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860AM The Answer

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pastor ripped up the cease and desist letter obviously inspired by Nancy Pelosi's ripping up the president's state of the union speech kidding about that and he says that it's time to make some noise to get church is open again N. turns out according to the Associated Press four thousand three hundred virus patients were set to nursing homes before the governor rescinded the order that he made in March the first real quickly you know I have a movie coming out on the nineteenth is called uncle Tom you'll hear a lot more about it as the day approaches but someone saw the trailers we have up at your uncle Tom dot com there three thirty second trailers any tweet at this looking forward to uncle Tom my name in front of it my my Twitter handle which is at Larry elder looking forward to uncle Tom Heaton put quotations around it and Twitter restricted his account for posting hateful content I kid you not all he would say very old looking for dunkle Tommy looking forward to seeing your movie you may not promote violence against threaten.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"And komo's Charlie harder tells us it could give us a glance of the future of earthquake safety around here. It's called shake alert. If a five point our higher, earthquakes rocking and rolling A those with the app installed might get a few seconds to a minute to take. Cover Caltech seismologists, Tom Heaton between the time. When the the earth stirs to rupture on some of the full when the rupturing all over takes about a minute and a half. The push alert system will be triggered by the US. Geological Survey early warning system sensor is still being installed up and down the west coast. So developers will be paying close attention to how things go in LA try to figure out how did it play around here? Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Now an update from the Harley exteriors. Komo's sports desk. Seahawks had a shorter week to prepare for their wildcard playoff game. But there in Dallas now getting ready to face the Cowboys Saturday night, the hawks will try and pull off an upset on the road against a Cowboy's team. They beat in Seattle in week three the Seahawks are one of twelve NFL team still playing the Mariners have been purging their roster. But yesterday, they officially introduced their biggest off season acquisition from Japan pitcher. You say Kukuchi is now a Seattle mariner will be counted on right away to be a part of the Mariners rotation. He signed a four year deal worth fifty six million dollars. You'll wear number eighteen Washington safety Taylor rap has declared for the NFL draft giving up his final year of eligibility after being second team all America selection. Art Sanders at your home of the huskies. Komo news. It's me your heart..

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KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"And komo's Charlie harder tells us it could give us a glance of the future of earthquake safety around here. It's called shake alert five point our higher, earthquakes rocking and rolling L. A those with the app installed might get a few seconds up to a minute to take. Cover Caltech seismologists, Tom Heaton between the time. When the the earth starts to rupture on some the full, and when the rupturing all over takes about a minute and a half the push alert system will be triggered by the US. Geological Survey early warning system sensor is still being installed up and down the west coast. So developers will be paying close attention to how things go in LA as a try to figure out how did it play around here? Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Komo news time twelve ten. Now. An update from the Harley exteriors. Komo sports desk the Seahawks a shorter week to prepare for their wildcard playoff game. But there in Dallas now getting ready to face the Cowboys Saturday night, the hawks will try and pull off an upset on the road against a Cowboy's team. They beat in Seattle in week three the Seahawks are one of twelve NFL team still playing the Mariners have been purging their roster. But yesterday, they officially introduce their biggest offseason acquisition from Japan pitcher. You say Kukuchi is now a Seattle mariner will be counted on right away to be. Part of the Mariners rotation. He signed a four year deal worth fifty six million dollars. You'll wear number eighteen Washington safety Taylor rap has declared for the NFL draft giving up his final year of eligibility after being a second team AP all America selection. Art Sanders at your home of the huskies. Komo news. If you've spent firm's.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"In downtown Seattle. Ryan Harris, KOMO news. The Washington department of transportation's warning that a partial closure. The viaduct won't be the only thing slowing drivers down this weekend. We're going to reduce northbound I five to two lanes at the Duwamish river bridge, so that we can replace some expansion hardware Tom peers with the department of transportation says the closures getting most of the attention these days, but that this closure has the potential to cause just as many headaches. Because of where is the northbound? I five partial closure begins tomorrow night at ten sixteen boats that sell many new vessels state ferry system is asking for over the next twenty years. More from komo's Jeff. Jeff Pohjola state ferry says many of their boats are more than fifty years old and are in dire. Need of replacement total cost will near fifteen billion dollars over the next two decades spokeswoman Hadley road era. For the funding all at once. But we are asking for the plan recommended five new Olympic class ferries immediately. Washington state is home to the largest ferry system in the country servicing nearly twenty five million people each year. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. All right now can't woman accused of killing her daughters being held without bail spent a lot of laurels attorney entered a not guilty plea to all charges against her. The fifty two year old faces charges of murder attempted murder and kidnapping she's accused of going to our ex husbands house last month. Using zip ties to confine her twelve year old son and then shooting her fourteen year old daughter because she called police as new app available for residents of Los Angeles. And komo's Charlie harder tells us he could give us a glance of the future of earthquake safety around here. It's called shake alert. If a five point or higher earthquake starts rocking and rolling L A those with the app installed might get a few seconds to a minute to take cover Caltech sites. Tom Heaton between the time. When the the earth starts to rupture on some of the full, and when the rupturing all over takes about a minute and a half the push alert system will be triggered by the US. Geological Survey early warning system sensor is still being installed up and down the west coast. So developers will be paying close attention to how things go in LA a try to figure out how did it play around here? Charlie Harger, KOMO news hopping on those Newburgh jumped bikes could end up costing you a lot more right now. If you lock the bike outside Seattle central zone, you'll have to pay twenty five dollars. That Joan includes downtown Capitol Hill, south lake union, Fremont wallingford in parts of the U district in Ballard. The company says that zone will expand as it adds more bikes. Komo news time is ten ten and for early exterior sports desk. Tom Glasgow begins with a hot stove league. Japanese left handed starter you say Kikuchi officially on board with the Mariners a four year contract. That guarantees him. Fifty six million dollars and includes club options, they could make it worth one hundred and nine million over seven seasons. Kikuchi was at T mobile park this morning that used to be known as Safeco field and talked about the possibility of pitching back in Japan. When the Mariners opened the twenty nine thousand nine season there in March. I hope. About. It is not my case. To say, of course, while he makes a return Japan each show may as well as a mariner and play his final big league games there before moving on to retirement speculation. We'll wait and see playoff football Saturday night in Arlington, Texas, ten and six Dallas ten and six Seattle Seahawks. Dallas is outstanding running back Ezekiel Elliott says he's ready to go for very good. Normally after a real game. We filaret. Filaret to play till about Friday Saturday. But I, you know, I'm ready to go right now. More sports in thirty minutes right here on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. I'm Tom Glasgow. What's in store for your business this week at Staples cases and cases.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"Dot contractor crews will narrow northbound five down to two lanes to make permanent repairs to an expansion joint delays on I five could reach up to an hour. All lanes of I five should reopen by midnight on Monday. The state ferry system says it's in need of sixteen new boats commas, Jeff Pohjola explains why some of the vessels currently in operation are more than half a century old. So over the next twenty years more than half the fleet will need to be replaced. According to the DOT very systems long range plan includes adding boats and expanding service on most of if not all of its routes, but the state legislature will have to appropriate funding for ferry expansion. Washington. State ferries is the largest ferry system in the US serving nearly twenty five million people. A year. Jeff pohjola. Komo news. Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan's moving forward with a plan to tax downtown property owners. The money would create a waterfront local improvement district to ensure construction of new green spaces along the waterfront after the removal of the viaduct. Mark my words every one of you is at the equivalent of the groundbreaking for the space needle this is a time in Seattle history. When we are remaking the city in a way that people cannot even begin to fathom his passed by the city council. The city says the typical downtown condo owner would pay approximately eight dollars a month over twenty years, which totals nineteen hundred dollars commercial property owners would pay twenty five bucks from author about six thousand dollars over the course of twenty years, Brian Moran. It will be the next US attorney for western Washington. The Senate has confirmed his nomination Moran. Previously served under attorneys general from both parties and was supported by both of Washington's US. Senators replaces in that Hayes who had been serving on an interim basis as Jenny durken left to run for mayor of Seattle Newark lake early warning system has been deployed in California. Komo's Charlie Harger tells us about shake alerts not much time. But better than no warning at all Caltech seismologist. Tom Heaton, says you'd get a few seconds warning up to a minute. We cannot predict Greg, but we can tell you an earthquake in his on its way to you. Right now the app is for residents of Los Angeles. And is part of the broader earthquake early warning system being deployed along the west coast on clear when something similar it will be available in Seattle and the rest of Washington state. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. Komo news time nine ten from the Harley exteriors sports desk. Tom Glasgow begins with a hot stove league. Japanese left handed starter Kikuchi officially on board with the Mariners a four year contract guarantees him. Fifty six million dollars and includes club options, they could make it worth one hundred and nine million over seven seasons. Kikuchi was a T mobile park this morning that used to be known as Safeco field and talked about the possibility of pitching back in Japan. When the Mariners open the twenty nine thousand nine season there in March. I hope that. About. Not to say, of course, while he makes a return Japan each may as well as a mariner and play his final big league games there before moving on to retirement speculation. We'll wait and see playoff football Saturday night in Arlington, Texas, ten and six Dallas ten and six Seattle Seahawks. Dallas is outstanding running back Ezekiel Elliott says he's ready to go to very good..

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"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"And we take a look at your KOMO forecast with Shannon O'Donnell. Hi, everybody. It is Thursday night year in the Pacific northwest. We are talking about things settling down. That's good news. Right. It's been so wet and gusty for many of us, especially in the northwest interior throughout the day. So nice to see the winds easing overnight and the rain turning more showery. By the time. We had Friday now cooler air is coming in. That's good news to ski resorts need to turn back over to snow. It's been raining up. There all day that happens later tomorrow and at the same time pass travel, especially over the higher passes will get trickier so plan around that on Friday afternoon to in the KOMO weather center. I'm meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell early in Seattle. We have fifty degrees. Komo news time six oh six if you've ever been through an earthquake. You know, how frightening. It can be a now there's a new app available for residents of Los Angeles. Kamaz Charlie Harker tells us it might give us a glance of the future of earthquake safety around here. It's called shake alert if a five point zero or higher earthquakes rocking and rolling LA those with the app installed. Mike get few seconds up to a minute to take cover Caltech seismologists, Tom Heaton between the time. When the the earth stirs to rupture on some of the full when the rupturing all over takes about a minute and a half. The push alert system will be triggered by the US. Geological Survey early warning system sensor is still being installed up and down the west coast. So developers will be paying close attention to how things go in LA as a try to figure out how did it play around here? Charlie Harger, KOMO news, large settlement has been announced in the case against a higher education company called career education corporation, and a means more than three thousand people in our state will share in more than seven point six million dollars in debt relief attorney general Bob Ferguson took legal action against the over the company's use of deceptive practices to attract students, C, C owned and operated. Two campuses in Tukwila, a Sanford Brown campus, which was previously the international academy of design and technology. And an Likud on blue campus. Both schools are closed now. Ferguson says student borrowers were victimized by deceptive recruiting. And we're misled about the total cost of enrollment also not told that programs lacked the necessary professional accreditation leaving students unable to get jobs. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports. The median amount of debt relief is about fourteen hundred dollars and see has sixty days to notify former students about the settlement hundreds of teens and preteens will be in the area this weekend for one of the biggest competitions of its kind. Come was. Brian Calvert spoke with one local participant hoping to hop and spin her way to a win..

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"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"Oh, six a newer quake early. Warning system has been deployed in California. Komo's Charlie Harger tells us about shake alert is not much time. But better than no warning at all Caltech seismologists, Tom Heaton, says you'd get a few seconds warning up to a minute. We cannot predict. Greg, but we can tell you an earthquake in his on its way to you. Right now the app is for residents of Los Angeles. And is part of the broader earthquake early warning system being deployed along the west coast on clear when something similar it will be available in Seattle and the rest of Washington state. Charlie Harger, KOMO news state, attorney general Bob Ferguson's office making the announcement today of debt relief for more than three thousand Washingtonians totaling more than seven million dollars career education corporation is accused of deceptive practices at its many institutions in our state both were in Tukwila Lacorte on blue and international academy of design and technology, which was later known as Sanford Brown both are closed now. See misled students about the cost of enrollment and Ferguson's office says they also misrepresented job placement rates for past graduates, telling students that credits from their institution could be transferred to other institutions when they could not some students incurred huge debt, which will. Now, be forgiven under the settlement. Carleen johnson. Komo news. A federal judge has ruled in favor of a man who was fined by the state of Oregon for criticizing red light cameras. Come as Corwin Hake reports. A traffic ticket launched the strange saga nearly six years ago. Supporters of Swedish electronics engineer Matt's. Yarl's drum are calling it a victory for common sense, not to mention free speech after his wife was ticketed by a red light camera in two thousand thirteen Yarl's trim wrote to the state's board of engineers using mathematical formulas, he pointed out flaws in the states, automated traffic light camera system. Namely that the signal timing is outdated formula is limited Tony straight through lanes. However today, it's misapplied to turning lanes where we need to slow down maneuver safely. The board thanked him for his expertise and fix the problem. Right. Yeah. No, they actually open an investigation into y'all Trump and discovered as a Swedish national, he's not licensed by the board that body. Find him five hundred dollars for practicing engineering without a license practicing engineering. I was just talking civil rights attorneys seized upon his right to talk and to constructively criticize the government, y'all strum ended up telling his story on sixty minutes and this week US magistrate judge in Portland ruled the law under which y'all Strom was fined is unconstitutional and that the state had illegally infringed on his first amendment rights. Anyone should be able to talk.

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KOMO

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"Center at least five police. Officers are on administrative leave after a deadly police shooting New Year's Eve. Komo's Jennifer Sullivan reports follow tow was shot and killed by Seattle. Police just off Aurora avenue north on New Year's Eve, the shooting quickly grabbed the attention of Seattle's community police commission, the American Civil Liberties union and others. They want the city council mayor and city attorney to make SPD follow. What's now required by a new state law nine forty is in effect any incidents involving police. Use of deadly force are now subject to this new rule and last fall voters passed initiative, I nine forty requiring increased training and an independent investigation into officers. Use of deadly force. It also changed the language in state law making it easier for officers to be charged with on duty deaths. That's komo's Jennifer Sullivan. Police say the body Cam video of the New Year's Eve shooting is expected to be. Released today. We've yet to see it Saturday will Mark eight years since the murder of rainier, Oregon police chief Ralph painter and still the officers family waits for Justice. Another delay. Now in the trial of the accused killer. A judge has granted the defense motion for a continuance in Daniel butts trial year ago painter's family expressed their frustration with the delay. I mean, we've had a couple of deaths illnesses. Just a lot of life happens. But claims he was hearing voices at the time of chief painter's death and does suffer from schizophrenia, though. Doctors say with forced medication he is fit to stand trial. There's a new app available for residents of Los Angeles in komo's Charlie Harger tells us, it could give us a glance at the future of an earthquake safety system around here. It's called shake alert five point or higher earthquakes rocking and rolling LA. Those with the app installed might get a few seconds up to a minute to take cover Caltech seismologists, Tom Heaton between the time. When the the earth starts to rupture on some of the full, and when the rupturing all over takes about a minute and a half the push alert system will be triggered by the US. Geological Survey early warning system sensor is still being installed up and down the west coast. So developers will be paying close attention to how things go in LA is a try to figure out how did it play around here? Charlie Harger, KOMO news. This Seattle squeeze. Is almost here. And now mayor Jenny durken has a new cabinet member to help us get through it. She's hired retired Air Force Major general Mike warden as Seattle's I ever director of citywide mobility, operations coordination say that ten times fast. His job is going to be overseeing coordination between the city's twenty nine departments on things. Like incident response and emergency services. The permanent closure of the Alaskan way viaduct eight days away, and you'll hear all about it here on KOMO news. The former general one hundred ninety five thousand dollars a year and had been a finalist for the city's transportation director coming up on KOMO after traffic. Terrible traffic.

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KOMO

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KOMO

"These headlines now house speaker Nancy Pelosi is laying out her agenda for the new democratic majority. Seeing the American people have demanded a new dawn dinner, I remarks after winning election. As speaker Pelosi says the house must fight for the middle class in a way that's fair and financially sound while also protecting Medicare, Medicaid and social security and Associated Press review has found that a majority of the Roman Catholic diocese in the United States are now committed to publicizing the names of priests and others in the church accused of sexually abusing children that review found names released of more than one thousand priests and others accused of child molestation despite the partial federal government shutdown. The December employment report will be released tomorrow and bankratEcom senior economic analyst Mark Hamrick is watching than waiting with all of us and spoke. With komo's Tom hutler. Earlier if the end of two thousand eighteen had been an airplane ride, the pilot would have come on and said fasten seat belts and very turbulent skies ahead. Now, we enter into two thousand nineteen in the first jobs report of the year. Is that fasten seat belt sign still on don't eat a lot of pizza in the airport? Right. Well, yeah. I think volatility and uncertainty are here to stay for the foreseeable future, perhaps for the broader society, but also for the economy and financial markets, and I get so the jobs report poor which in many ways has served as remarkable positive counterpoint all the negatives that have to do with policy uncertainty interest rates, China trade, everything, quote, unquote, that's happening in Washington DC cetera financial markets, obviously. But in terms of this upcoming report that we get in the morning, I think that it should show that the job market continues to be hanging in there. And that will keep the unemployment rate well below four percent, and we'll see a steady pace of hiring for the month of December longer term. What about further signs of an economic slowdown given the negative signals. We've been getting from financial markets, given the trade issues the treasury yields and things like that. Absolutely. Well, a slowdown is here. The question is how much of a slowdown or? How much of a would-be downturn? If any we see meaning a contraction, which gets to the notion of a recession, and then the extent of the slowness which extends around the world, obviously in the last twenty four hours. We heard about Apple's problems in China, some of which may be macro China may maybe apple specific. Although there are other signs of slowing in China and China's responsible for ten percent of imports. So or exports from here. So that's all very important. And I think that as we look out over the next few months, we're going to watch to see whether the Federal Reserve actually pauses on interest rates, or whether it has a need to whether this downturn, the stock market continues to mushroom or escalate or whether we see more stability. It doesn't help that we have everything going on in Washington DC that leaves the policy uncertainty, meaning conflicting signs about what's going on with the US China trade discussions and everything else. All right. Thanks so much for the update Mark we will. We'll see what happens tomorrow when that report comes out the first of two thousand nine hundred Mark Hamrick. bankratEcom senior economic analyst joining us on the KOMO news line. Okay. Thanks, tom. Tom hutler with that. And by the way, the Dow down more than six hundred points right now, we'll have the latest numbers for you in our money update. Just a minute away. The federal judge issuing a preliminary injunction today against New York City's ongoing crackdown on Airbnb ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more this city passed a new law that would have forced Airbnb and other home sharing platforms to each month. Turn over detailed information about their listings, including the names and addresses of the host the city said Airbnb and similar short term rentals had exacerbated and affordable housing shortage and posed health and safety risks. But the judge said the sheer volume of records the city demanded it's likely a fourth amendment violation. Airbnb called the decision a huge win for the company and its users and a victory for privacy rights in ecommerce Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York, Los Angeles, now has an early warning app. Could give people advance warning seconds. Before an earthquake hits. Tom Heaton is a Caltech seismologists between the time when the the earth starts to rupture on some of the full and when the rupturing all overtake spot a minute and a half he says that could save lives university of Washington involved in that study of the shake alert system, the state of Washington working on in identical system. California's ahead in their development because it invested twenty five million dollars in its governor Inslee is trying to get five million dollars allocated for the project and hopes it'll be an operation in the next few years. Komo news time twelve fifty and time for your KOMO propel insurance money update. We talked about the negative numbers. And we're on the way to a close and ten minutes. Deep close with a loss of more than six hundred points on the Dow it's down right now six hundred sixteen trading at twenty two thousand seven thirty the NASDAQ down one hundred eighty six in the S and P five hundred down fifty seven stocks continue to tumble after apple reported. A slowdown in iphone sales over the holidays in China. The rare warning of disappointing results from apple has sent a shudder through the market, and reinforcing fears that the world's second largest economy is weakening the United Auto Workers union accusing General Motors today violating a national contract by using temporary workers instead of employing full timers who were laid off from its factories. The UAW says its contract with GM requires it to hire those laid off workers first money news at twenty and fifty past every hour here on KOMO stand. By the latest on noontime traffic next talking real space, some regions are vast and empty.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KCRW

"To know stipulate to some fact, it's hard to do that with the president because he resists science evidence data truce, it's hard to pin. The president Dan on the facts, the house is set to vote on a legislative package today that would reopen the government, but it does not include money for. A border wall Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington, the Italian foreign ministry says it knows nothing of reports that a North Korean diplomat has defected into seeking asylum in the west NPR, Sylvia. Jolie reports that his acting ambassador to Italy. The diplomats term had ended in late November reports that Joe song Gill had defected were first revealed in a briefing for lawmakers in Seoul by the South Korean spy agency. They claim Joe and his wife left their official residence in Rome in early November the forty eight year old diplomat became acting ambassador after Italy expelled, the top diplomat in October two thousand seventeen to protest or North Korean nuclear test. Italian media report that the foreign ministry in Rome said Joe has not requested asylum in Italy and denies he's in protected hiding the last senior North Korean diplomat known to have defected was a former minister at the North Korean embassy in London in two thousand sixteen so people Jolie NPR news, Rome science. I know that an early earthquake warning could save lives it could allow people to protect themselves or even leave buildings that might collapse. Now, a new app may offer as much as a minute of warning the people who live in Los Angeles County, we cannot predict your Greg's, but we can tell you and earthquake has in his on its way to you Caltech seismologist, Tom Heaton, says the app could also give cities enough time to stop trains or shutdown gaslines suspects in the slaying of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi appeared in court for the first time in Saudi Arabia. Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty for at least five of the suspects. A Chinese space probe is made the first ever landing on the far side of the moon. The Cianci four lunar probe was launched in December. China's Space Administration officials say the probe transmitted the first ever close range image of that portion of the moon, the moon rotates at the same rate as it orbits our planet. So the far side is never visible from earth. On Wall Street. The Dow is down six hundred points. This is NPR. News. Good morning. It's eight oh four. I'm Eric Roy. And for Jerry Glazer with California headlines from KCRW, seven, California, Democrats are about to be sworn in with the new congress today case UW's Michelle is reporting from Washington DC this week. She tells us the mood among some of California's incoming representatives is more somber today after hopes of ending the government shutdown fizzled yesterday. The soon to be lawmakers will be sworn in around noon eastern time on day, thirteen of the partial government shutdown democrat, Katie porter who will represent Orange County says that dampens what's usually a celebratory day. I think it's gonna make our I stay a little bit more solemn than it would be otherwise. But I think we are ready to vote on a package to reopen. This government not long after Democrats officially retake the majority in the house this afternoon. The party is expected to re-elect San Francisco's Nancy Pelosi as speaker there also expected to take up a package of bills to reopen. The government without the billions in funding for a border wall. The president wants. Porter says debate can wait this we need to take longer to have a robust debate about what the best way is to secure our borders. I would rather do that. While we have our country up and running and go ahead. And have that debate later if we need to President Trump preemptively rejected the Democrats proposal, but with Democrats now holding forty more house seats, including these seven new swing districts in traditionally conservative parts of California like the OC. It's a new era of divided government for KCRW. I'm Michelle Eloy in Washington DC, meanwhile, San Fernando Valley congressman Brad Sherman isn't wasting any time. Sherman says Illinois produce articles of impeachment against President Trump today case, it'll be stale Sassaman has more Sherman is actually re introducing articles of impeachment that he I rolled out last year that effort didn't get very far in the Republican controlled house. And it's far from certain that it will go anywhere. Even though Democrats are now in the majority but Sherman is not deterred. Here's the Sherman oaks, lawmakers speaking to ABC news. As last year, we.

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KQED Radio

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Also this hour the competition to get into elite colleges is intense, but is going to top school really have any effect on what you'll earn later in life. And we'll talk to the brother of an American citizen who's been detained in Russia on allegations of espionage. It is Thursday January third danika mckellar who played Winnie Cooper on. The wonder years is forty four today. And the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm deal. Willman? Democrats are set to take over the house as the new congress convenes on Capitol Hill this afternoon NPR's Windsor Johnson reports that one of the first orders of business is a vote on a legislative package that would end the partial government shutdown which is now in its thirteenth day. Congressional Democrats and President Trump remain at an impasse over border security. Trump is not budging on his five billion dollar demand for a border wall with Mexico and Democrats are still refusing to fund it speaking on NBC this morning house speaker elect Nancy Pelosi said negotiations with Trump have been difficult negotiating with someone. You have to know stipulate to some fact, it's hard to do that with the president because he was science evidence. Data truths. It's hard to pin. The president down on the facts, the house is set to vote on a legislative package today that would reopen the government, but it does not include money for. A border wall Windsor Johnston. NPR news, Washington, the Italian foreign ministry says it knows nothing of reports that a North Korean diplomat has defected and is seeking asylum in the west NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports that is acting ambassador to Italy. The diplomats term had ended in late November reports that Joe song Gill had defected were first revealed in a briefing for lawmakers in Seoul by the South Korean spy agency. They claim Joe and his wife let their official residence in Rome in early November the forty eight year old diplomat became acting ambassador after Italy expelled the top diplomat in October two thousand seventeen to protest a North Korean nuclear test. Italian media report that the foreign ministry in Rome said Joe has not requested asylum in Italy and denies he's in protected hiding the last senior North Korean diplomat known to have defected was a former minister at the North Korean embassy in London in two thousand sixteen so people Jolie NPR news row science. I know that an early earthquake warning could save lives it could allow people to protect themselves or even leave buildings that might collapse. Now, a new app may offer as much as a minute of warning the people who live in Los Angeles County, we cannot predict quakes, but we can tell you enter quake has in his on its way to you Caltech seismologist, Tom Heaton, says the app could also give cities enough time to stop trains or shutdown gaslines suspects in the slaying of Washington Post columnist Jamal kashogi appeared in court for the first time in Saudi Arabia. Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty for at least five of the suspects. A Chinese space probe is made the first ever landing on the far side of the moon. The four lunar probe was launched in December. China's Space Administration officials say the probe transmitted the first ever close range image of that portion of the moon, the moon rotates at the same rate as orbits our planet. So the far side is never visible from earth. On Wall Street. The Dow is down six hundred points. This is NPR. News from news. I'm Brian watt. PGE says the deadliest of the twenty seventeen north bay wildfires the tubs fire may be connected to unlicensed electrical work on a private power line. Dan, Brekke explains the tubs fire killed twenty two people and destroyed more than five thousand residences, mostly in Santa Rosa. But fifteen months later Cal fire is still investigating in a new court. Filing. PG any says unlicensed and unprompted work on a privately owned power line outside a calistoga area. Home may have touched off the fire. PG niece has some of that information comes from witness testimony taking lawsuits filed after the tubs fire the company. Also cites evidence that its own equipment was not involved in igniting the wildfire which at the time was the most destructive in state history. I'm Dan Brekke cake, news, rain and snow should return to northern California this weekend. And none too soon cake science editor. Craig Miller says California's frozen reservoir is lagging behind as the new year begins today is the first of five monthly manual surveys of the state conducts each winter, and what they're likely to find is a Sierra snowpack right around two thirds of the long term average for early January so-called midwinter dry spell's are common feature in California. But here's where water managers start to get a little nervous as the state gets the lion's share of its annual precipitation in just three months, December through February. And December is now behind us still there's a lot of winter to go and history has shown that things can change dramatically in a short time with a couple of major storms..

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"tom heaton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The one thousand block of easy of the street this morning alaska's earthquake was the kind the usually produces less vertical motion and that's why i assume nami warming was called off shortly after it was put down for the pacific coast caltex seismologist tom heaton says that even though the magnitude was seven point nine on that quake it's really no big deal it's certainly interesting this seismologists nine i'm sure we'll see some papers show up at our scientific conferences but in terms of its impact on society it's not bigger deal so maybe a seven point nine quake but really nothing to worry about this time the county attorney says that he will ask for the teens suspected of shooting at his kentucky high school to be tried as an adult the marshall county attorney jeff edwards said on tuesday that the case will begin in juvenile court but he'll ask the judge to move it to adult court the trump administration struggling to define the us mission in syria now that the islamic state extremists have been mostly ousted turkey's new military offensive in syria has laid bare how a dizzying array of alliances in the wartorn nation is growing even more convoluted even americans after you abandon kurdish forces or may have to and they fought right alongside them in syria but they are detested by turkey or else our profound rift in the nato ally could be inevitable president trump believes for switzerland this week in the world economic forum at a briefing today the president's top economic advisor gary cohn said the president will work to make deals that benefit all nations involved present believes we can have truly win win agreements america first is not america alone when we grow the world grows when the world gross we grow were part of it were part of a world economy and the president leaves at a check wls traffic now on the edens lake cook growth of the kennedy junction twenty two minutes in the other way on the.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What it comes to the temperature follow the bouncing ball today it is now forty degrees in boston about a half hour ago was in the fifties good afternoon i'm jeff brown here's what were watching in the wbz newsroom as you make your way home a witness says the 15yearold students who opened fire inside a kentucky high school knew what he was doing the shooter now in custody to students dead seventeen others wounded president trump apparently is not worried that attorney general jeff sessions was interviewed last week by investigators of the special counsel looking into russian meddling in sued the presidential election and governor charlie baker says he'll talk about his successes over the last couple of years and look ahead during his state of the commonwealth address tonight the us says syria has used chemical weapons on its citizens once again this time in rebelheld eastern gouda cbs news foreign affairs analyst pamela falk is at the united nations mercer quo an open un security council meeting on syrian chemical weapons for tuesday afternoon where there is likely to be a contentious debate on the most recent reported chlorine gas attack the turkish military operations in offering as well as fingerpointing on russia's rejection of extending the mandate of inspectors us ambassador nikki haley says the united states will continue to pursue accountability for chemical weapons attacks through the security council ends other bodies the taliban dan says five of its members met with pakistani officials to discuss ways of ending the war in neighboring afghanistan pakistan under mounting pressure from the united states to cut ties with the militants earlier this month washington suspended hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid accusing pakistan of giving sanctuary to taliban insurgents the taliban just this week claimed responsibility for an attack on a hotel in kabul that killed 22 despite an early morning scare seismologists now say a seven point nine magnitude earthquake that shook off the coast of alaska did not actually pose a big risk of forest sunam account tech tom heaton the director of the earthquake engineering research labs as it turned out the alaskan earthquake was not a type that would typically produce a large soon nami it's where we call strikes slips oh it's seems to be a vertical fall in one side is moving laterally past the other he says that type.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Schools compton current lee bans all cannabis related businesses and if both measures fail that ban will remain in place a powerful seven point nine earthquake hit the gulf of alaska just past midnight about 75 ma hundred seventy five miles southeast of kodiak but no damage or injuries are reported caltex seismologist tom heaton in pasadena explains why the quake didn't cause any damage your greg was under the oceans so mainly just fish no possibly some freighters if they were in the area of might have actually detected the uh sound waves says it came up the temblor triggered a so nami warning for the entire west coast including southern california but that warning was cancelled a little after four am senate minority leader chuck schumer is rescinded his offer to support billions of dollars for president trump's border wall with mexico in the next government funding bill in exchange for legal protections for the socalled dreamers young immigrants brought to the us illegally as children schumer blames a president for the government shutdown which ended today president trump's inability to negotiate with congress is what caused the three day government shutdown from which we've just emerged it's causing the fact that we're not making more progress schumer reportedly called the white house yesterday and said the proposal which he put on the table during a friday meeting with president trump was being withdrawn this check in the news is sponsored by mike diamond.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Conditions but no other details were announced la county health officials whose jurisdiction does not include long beach announced earlier this month thirty six people have died from the flu so far this season compared to thirteen deaths this time last year are powerful seven point nine earthquake hit the gulf of alaska just past midnight about one hundred seventy five miles southeast of kodiak no damage or injuries are reported and caltex seismologist tom heaton in pasadena explains why the quake didn't trigger a so nami since it was a strike slu greg was primarily worries run on motion of the ocean floor the temblor did trigger as tsunami warning for the entire west coast including southern california but it was cancelled a just after four am two 15yearold students a boy and girl were killed and several others wounded at a high school this morning in benton kentucky is shooting their five more people suffered other types of injuries during that incident a 15yearold male student was arrested at the scene and will be charged with murder and attempted murder according to kentucky officials senate minority leader chuck schumer as rescinded is offered to support billions of dollars for president trump's border wall with mexico in exchange for legal protections for the dreamers young immigrants who were brought to the us illegal is children schumer blames president trump for the threeday government shutdown which ended today but the senate majority leader leaders promised to bring immigration to to the senate floor does give him hold the pressure is on leader mcconnell and the moderates particularly the republican moderates the clock is ticking leader mcconnell made a promise not just the democrats but to republicans as well schumer reportedly called the white house yesterday and said the proposal which he put on the table during a friday meeting with president trump was being withdrawn special counsel robert muller's russia investigators have spoken with both attorney general jeff sessions and fired fbi director james me it was revealed today sessions was questioned for several hours last week as part of muller's investigation into russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and whether president trump obstructed justice by trying to thwart the russia investigation and investigators spoke with call me some time last.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Of new england two wbz news time three nineteen now fifty three degrees outside our studio still raining in boston good afternoon i'm jeff brown and here are some of the stories that were tracking in the wbz newsroom today now a fifteen year old boy is under arrest he is the suspect in a deadly shooting at a kentucky high school two people dead more than a dozen others wounded president trump denies a report that his new fbi director christopher ray threatened to resign over pressure to fire his deputy and governor charlie baker is getting ready to deliver his state of the commonwealth address tonight at seven o'clock wall street is mixed today we do have some strong advances for the nasdaq however the dow was struggling down fifteen points in the final hour of trading the united states says syria has used chemical weapons on its citizens once again this time in the rebelheld area of eastern gouda cbs news foreign affairs analyst pamela falk is at the united nations mercer quo for an open un security council meeting on syrian chemical weapons for tuesday afternoon where there is likely to be a contentious debate on the most recent reported chlorine gas attack the turkish military operations in offering as well as fingerpointing on russia's rejection of extending the mandate of inspector us ambassador nikki haley says the united states will continue to pursue accountability for chemical weapons attacks through the security council and other bodies the taliban says five of its members met with pakistani fish scholes discussing ways of ending the war in neighboring afghanistan pakistan now under mounting pressure from the us to cut ties with the militants earlier this month washington suspended hundreds of millions of dollars in military aid accusing pakistan of giving sanctuary to pound taliban insurgents the taliban just this week claimed responsibility for an attack on a hotel in kabul that killed 22 wbz news time three twenty one despite an early morning scare seismologists say a seven point nine magnitude earthquake that shook off the coast of alaska did not actually pose a big risk for a sunam at keltec tom heaton the director of the earthquake engineering research labs as it turned out the alaskan earthquake was not a.

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"tom heaton" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom heaton" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Monthly lee also has skills and kabc is one of them just say i like that enable they gave me the am gal used abc los angeles orange county a cumulus things kabc news live and local at twelve noon i'm geoff whittle and powerful seven point nine earthquake hit the gulf of alaska just past midnight this morning centered about one hundred seventy five miles southeast of kodiak but no damage or injuries are reported caltex seismologist tom heaton in pasadena explains why the quake didn't cause any damage your greg was under the oceans so mainly just fish no possibly some freighters if they were in the area of might have actually detected the uh sound waves says it came up the temblor did trigger a nami warning for the entire west coast including southern california but it was cancelled at four nineteen this morning two 15yearold students were killed in a high school shooting this morning and denton kentucky state police commissioner rick sanders is more details about that incident at marshall high school there were a total of fourteen shot one female died at the scene one male died at the hospital and tragic day for all of us five others suffered other types of injuries in that shooting special counsel robert muller's investigators have spoken with both attorney general jeff sessions and fired fbi director james call me it's been revealed today sessions was questioned for several hours last week as part of muller's investigation into russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election and weather president trump obstructed justice since taking office by trying to thwart the russia investigation meanwhile investigator spoke with a call me last year sources are telling cnn also another source tell cnn that fbi director christopher rape felt so much pressure from attorney general jeff sessions to make senior staff changes that he threatened to resign correspondent shimon pro coupists reports at a statement from ray confirms at his chief of staff jim rebecca is leaving but the timing is coincidental the fbi is taking some criticism certainly from the president from the attorney general focus on some of the covi holdovers rebuking was games calling his chiefofstaff during the.

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