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"tri city herald" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Tells fans to vex up if they want to its end games. Several seven TVs Matthew Smith has details. Teams involved the Seahawks the crack ins, the Sounders both U Dub nws you all of these teams will require proof. Vaccination or a negative test close to game time. And those vary. For instance, some teams one negative test within 72 hours. Others offer a slimmer margin. T Mobile pork will still allow unvaccinated Mariner fans during the regular season. But if the s and their postseason drought playoff games would require proof of vaccination All the teams say this is intended to keep the community safe as doctors struggle to keep up with demand for care. Kyra radios Nicole Jennings has the latest hospital numbers are states hospitals hit new covid highs this past weekend, there were 1674 patients hospitalized with Covid 19 across the state. That's an increase of 7% from last week, and Cassie Sour, CEO of the Washington State Hospital Association, says more than 200 people are on ventilator statewide. That's an increase of about a third since last week. People who attended busy Labor Day weekend events like the Ellensburg Rodeo in the Dave Matthews Band concert at the Gorge are asked to go get tested. The Sumner Bonney Lake School District is the latest to head back to classes today amid a school bus driver shortage Carbo seven TVs Lauren Donovan has more pick up and drop off times could be later with even the potential of no bus transportation at all. This issue is not exclusive to the Sumner Bonney Lake area. There's a nationwide shortage that's taking a heavy Toll on Western Washington schools. It turns out a strong smell, coming from the hand for nuclear site near Richland was apparently not caused by toxic chemicals. Nine workers reported the odor back in June before they experienced headache and nausea. Tri City Herald reports, authorities finished up their investigation. They say the smell likely came from a gas powered wheelbarrow. Some worker rights advocates say they still have questions, however. Cairo Radio forecast. We will see mostly sunny skies.

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"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Many doctors would like to see a covid 19 vaccination mandate. Cuomo's Nick Pop, um has more. We're still in a very serious situation, according to Dr Nathan Schlicher with the State Medical Association. We need all the help you can. To stop this and just wait now and one thing he and other doctors are supporting, along with businesses mandating their employees to get vaccinated for Covid 19. Is having schools mandate vaccines for eligible students. We saw the governor We saw health care is not pretty much every health system in the state. We've seen large employers come out and say the date is there It was there before final approval, and they're doing their mandates. While speaking with CNN's Jake Tapper on state of the Union Sunday, Dr Anthony Fauci says it's now become a controversial topic. But it's important. I believe that mandating vaccines for Children to appear in school. Is a good idea. The reasoning aside from its safety is that vaccine mandates have been something students have dealt with. For years. Five states, Iowa, South Carolina, Utah, Oklahoma and Tennessee have banned public schools from acquiring students to be masked. Not the U. S Department of Education has opened a civil rights investigation in those states. Laura Meckler is covering it for the Washington Post. She spoke with co most Taylor van size. What is the Education Department alleging and hoping to learn from these investigations? Well, they're alleging that the states are essentially violating the civil rights of students with disabilities. Now students of disabilities have a right under federal law. To have an access to a free and appropriate education. And what they're saying is essentially that if you don't let a district require masks, you're putting those kids at risk. That's the allegation and they're investigating whether these states are in fact guilty of that. You included a couple of reactions in your report from some of the state superintendent of public education. And as I recall, they were kind of resigned to their fate, saying, Yeah, that this is a valid investigation. Well, it was interesting. Actually, there were in a couple of states. The head of the Education Department was like, Yeah, we agree with you. And I was like, um, I'm assuming this person is not appointed by the governor because the governor's the one supporting these up fans on mask mandates, And in fact, in those cases, the education commissioner was independently elected. So you really this has become quite a partisan issue with Republican governors. Essentially making this an issue of freedom. Parents should be able to decide whether kids wear masks or not, and other people saying no, it's really a matter of public health that masking is the best way to prevent the aside from vaccination, the spread of the virus. Of course, you know, kids under 12 don't have access to the vaccine vaccine. Yet when it comes down to it, What could the possible consequences be for these states? If the Education Department finds that, yes, students with disabilities have been unfairly treated and you've been infringed on their civil rights. Well, potentially, they could lose federal funding. I mean, that's the hammer that the federal government has is that the federal government provides all sorts of federal funding to states and That for education and obviously for many other things, and they could say we're pulling your funding because you're in violation of federal law. Now, in reality does that happen? Probably not. But it could. And what usually happens is these investigations if they find out that There is merit to them as they lead to some sort of policy change. They started to use it as a lever to force districts or in this case, state would do what they want. So we'll have to see whether whether this is a strong enough lever to change the minds of some, Um political figures who are pretty dug into their positions on these five states aren't the only areas trying to ban mask requirements? Check out Laura's piece online at Washington post dot com to find out why places like Florida and Texas aren't under similar investigations. Laura Meckler, Education reporter for The Washington Post, Thanks for joining us today, and that's Cuomo's Taylor van size Louis County will pay $2700 because the former county commissioner refused to comply with the state's mask mandate. We get details from Cuomo's Eric Hates. State Ellen I found Bobby Jackson knew of the requirement was aware of his reasonable accommodations and still chose to attend in person meetings without a face covering the Chronicle reports, Jackson was given the option of working remotely or wearing an alternative face covering after he cited a medical condition. After weeks of declining those accommodations, Jackson ultimately began wearing a face shield. Last summer, he vocally opposed Governor Inslee's mask mandates. He lost his reelection campaign in the 2020 election. Eric Heights Common News Hanford Nuclear Reservation workers who do not provide proof of Covid 19 vaccination will be required to be tested at least weekly. To be allowed on site. Here's Cuomo's Frank Lindsay. The policy announced this week will cover about 11,000 Department of Energy contractor and subcontractors, according to the Tri City Herald. Also, under the new policy, visitors with business at Hanford must provide proof of vaccination or proof of a negative covid test Within three days of entering the building. In July, President Biden announced that all workers for the federal government and its contractors must be vaccinated. Or tested 1 to 2 times a week. Firefighters across the state have until October, 18th to be fully immunized against covid 19 or submit of medical or religious exemption. But in some departments, including Pasco firefighters who don't want the vaccine are talking about leaving the department. Pasco Firefighters were first given the opportunity to get the vaccine back in December. Deputy Fire chief Patrick Reed says the majority jumped on. But up to 25% of the department remains unvaccinated, with some talking about leaving if they're forced to have it, dealing with the potential of somebody leaving an organisation for, um beyond retirement. It's very difficult to deal with retails keeper AT T V in the Tri city. She is concerned if they lose. Firefighters response times will increase on 911 calls. Charges in Pierce County have also been pushing back on the vaccine mandate. Central Piers Fire and Rescue Chief Daniel Olsson set up to 70 people in his station have not gotten the vaccine and to come. This fire chief telling the news Tribune. He's heard 30 to 50. Firefighters would be willing to walk off the job instead of get the vaccine. Charlene Johnson Common news. The Washington state fairs taking some added precautions this year due to Covid more from Cuomo's Jeff Padula. The fair was canceled last year. But this year the show goes on. However, there will be some changes reduced the number of boost to create increased space in the commercial buildings..

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"tri city herald" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on Le Show

"An end. But you know it continues our love affair with the atom to me to gene to me. Say to save to me soon to to me you know. People of a certain age relate to the word or the brand name westinghouse in terms of household appliances. And if you're really old you remember a woman in betty. Furness opening refrigerator. Doors in the middle. Of the ed sullivan show live. It's all a different westinghouse. Now ladies and gentlemen there in the atom business there in the nuclear plant business and in the dirty part of it apparently a second high ranking employees of westinghouse's facing criminal charges in connection with the multibillion dollar failure of the doomed nuclear project in fairfield county south carolina. Jeffrey benjamin former westinghouse senior vice president of new plants projects faces multiple counts of fraud. Going to an eighteen page. Indictment made public this week in. Us district court. It's the it's not the only one. It's just the latest criminal charge in a four year. Federal investigation of what went wrong. And the highest of to. Us competent companies westinghouse in the former scanner corporate not scam a- scanner. Come on come on now. it's an end. Not an m the charges against benjamin for his role in failing to truthfully report information regarding construction of new nuclear units at the v c summer nuclear plant according to a press release from the us attorney benjamin's alleged cover up billions of dollars in losses at westinghouse's troubled nuclear plants in south carolina and georgia were part of a series of events leading to the company's bankruptcy for years ago according to the indictment the defendant's misrepresentations emissions as well as the associated cover-up resulted in billions of dollars in losses to scana ratepayers and investors. Ratepayers be you and make benjamin who's responsible for westinghouse's worldwide construction of nuclear reactors. He's the fourth person to face criminal charges in connection with the scanner scandal. Hey i like that. The three others another former westinghouse employee in two up scan officials all have agreed to plead guilty to various counts of fraud. They've not been sentenced. Benjamin faces sixteen. Felony counts including conspiracy wire fraud securities. Fraud any other kind of front no causing a publicly traded company to keep false record. Couldn't breach for comment this week. Could benjamin but the slogan from days of your you can be sure if it's westinghouse seems Seems even more archaic today and dateline richland washington hanford workers at the big place that used to make plutonium for bombs and ford workers who begun emptying radioactive waste from a leak prone underground tank the second such tank. They have tackled this year. Leave your tackling the king tank okay. You've wrestled it to the ground. But then what no. They've started work on tank x one zero three which has a hundred and four thousand gallons of waste mostly in the form of salt cake. Salt cake they want to transfer as much as possible from the single shell. Tank into one of the nuclear reservations sturdier double shell tanks this from the tri-city herald. You may ask. Why not the double shell tanks in the first place via you may quote. It's not easy to access the tanks. Remove this kind of waste. It takes specialized tools and techniques that have been developed tested and proven successful to meet this challenge. Said the department of energy's hanford tank farms director and. He guesses on the name. Yeah ricky bang. No not getting ricky bang ladies and gentlemen have a hand for rigi bang tank a x one zero three built in the early nineteen sixties with a capacity of one million gallons is one of four tanks in a group called the asx tank farm current focus of waste retrieval work today. The department of energy's completed waste retrieval from eighteen. Hey of it's one hundred forty nine. Oh single shell tanks. Some of them built as early as the nineteen forties. Why should we care and bother and thing released to the tanks yet to be. Emptied are leaking nuclear waste into the ground below. Goodness there isn't a river anything going near. That has news of our friend the atom. It gentlemen we have been taught to fear the influence of facebook in terms of miss and disinformation. And we've been taught that influencers are thing. Here's story from the bbc. That would bring both those teachings into question if not deep shade. Facebook is removed hundreds of accounts which it says were involved in anti vaccination. Disinformation campaigns operated from russia companies in the network of accounts targeted india latin america and the good old usa of a they attempted recruit influencers to spread false claims to undermine public confidence in covert nineteen. Vaccines said facebook in. Its latest report on quote coordinated inauthentic behaviour quite unquote. That's my favorite kind of behavior. Facebook said it found leaks between the network and a botched disinformation campaign from influencer marketing agency. Fizzy if the fa fancy fancy which is a part of a russian based company called ad now last month. Bbc bbc investigation reported. How in may this year influencers have been offered money by fazi to spread false claims about the risks associated with the pfizer vaccine according to facebook. That was the second wave of attempts by the network to smear western vaccines the investigation found from november. Twenty twenty. the same network attempted to falsely. Paint the astrazeneca vaccine is dangerous. Because it uses a harmless edina virus taken from chimps posts from accounts in the network spread means they used images from the planet of the apes films to give the impression that the vaccine would. Yes turn people into monkeys. They said that if it's a bad thing. These posts appeared on facebook in hindi. The same time the indian government was discussing emergency authorization for the astrazeneca vaccine campaign used fake accounts. Some of which facebook says probably originated from account farms in bangladesh and pakistan. I hope they're not using land. That could have been a real farm. They're starving over there. Facebook edited removed. Sixty five facebook accounts two hundred forty three instagram accounts for violating their policy against foreign interference. Facebook's threat intelligence lead ben nimmo described the campaign as a disinformation laundromat which placed content on a few online forms and then amplified that content on other platforms more than a dozen misleading posts appeared on reddit and medium and petitions appeared on change dot org expressing concern about the safety of the astrazeneca vaccine. And then these links according to facebook shed by a handful of influencers. You can get them in your hand. I there being metaphorical on instagram. Who used the same hashtags and made references to the fact that the extra venegas vaccine was derived from chimp dino virus. Both waves of the campaign were unsuccessful and failed to gain much traction. Despite the diversity of methods used quote in addition to the previously exposed efforts to enlist social media influencers. This operation appears to have used a whole range of tactics and a wider effort to see misleading narratives online about western made covert vaccines. That's the comment of jack. Stubs director of investigations social media analytics firm. Despite the best efforts of the campaign facebook's report observed sloppy practices including mixing languages as such as posting hindi language memes accompanied by hashtags in portuguese. Fuzzy was part of a russian company at now. The bbc made repeated attempts to obtain a comment from at now's headquarters in moscow received no response a director of ad now. British arm told. The bbc fazi was being shut down but influencers ladies and gentlemen failed to influence. Better give those smart back now. Ladies.

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"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Cities where the intense heat is taxing the power grid. Almost Carlene Johnson reports. Mark Peterson is a meteorologist at chaos Hawaiian Spokane and cautions against people working outside or even exercising going to be 111 again. That is going to be extremely hot. So we want you to be careful. It's too hot to be open for several businesses. Jason Morel shut down his You pick Strawberry Farm today, even though it's prime picking time. I'm dealing with Mother nature and the strawberries are ready now, and she doesn't care what the temperature is. You know, we've got to pick them. Now. The Bonneville Power Administration is working with Tri Cities electric companies this week. To prepare for the possibility of rolling power outages as extreme heat puts too much stress on its transmission system. If BP does require that customers could see outages of 30 minutes to up to four hours at a time, according to the Tri City Herald, Carlene Johnson Co. Mo News as the state prepares to lift most covid restrictions, Washington's third largest county, says its mass vaccination program is winding down. We have more on this now from Cuomo's Corwin Headache, Snohomish County's big drive up clinics have been a success. Roughly 37% of those vaccinated Countywide got their shots at one of these clinics. Now, even though officials continue to push for more people to get jabbed. Slowing demand means two of the county's three remaining big sites will close this week. Arlington Airport and Evergreen State Fairgrounds location in Monroe will both be demobilized. Jason Berman is the county's emergency management director. He says vaccines will still be administered at the Linwood Ash Way park and ride and increasingly in more localized Clinics. The vaccine task force is now provided more than 30 community based clinics just in the month of.

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"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Of rolling power outages as extreme heat puts too much stress on its transmission system. If EPA does require that customers could see outages of 30 minutes to up to four hours at a time, according to the Tri City Herald, Carlene Johnson Co Mo News coming up on Come on news. I'm Ryan Harris with the long term concerns for hospitality businesses as they're finally allowed to fully reopened. But first a 204 camo traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Centre Back to Marina Rock, injure a few things to mention westbound I united the off round two highway 18. We have a collision. Partially blocking that ramp. Looking out Bridge Highway one. Oh, four is closed right now both directions for boat traffic. Step beyond I five exit at Highway 20 That's mile post 2 30. There is a collision blocking all lanes. So that's something you need to be aware of. Because now we're looking at bumper to bumper traffic. Right around Cook Road down to that scene in Burlington. So all South bound lanes of I five blocked near Highway 20. Now you do have some options. You could take a Von Allen road to the west of I five. If that works out for you, another roadway you could take And these are small roads by the way. Another one. You can take his Pulver road. If you know that area and east of I five. That's a tough one, because there aren't very many lengthy roads to the east of I five, but one that might work out for you as well is the one that parallels I five, which is old Highway 99. Your next chemo traffic at 2 14. Romo forecast now from meteorologist Kristin Clark. Let the cool down begin. We've already experienced the cooling effects of that onshore breeze in some parts of western Washington, but it's really going to take some time. To temper the success of feet and Puget Sound highs today surged well into the eighties and even a few nineties, especially east of I five now this concerning because here we are the fifth day in a row of excessive heat, so the body temperatures tends to stay elevated. Just stay vigilant for one more day.

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"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Time consuming. It's It's painful for everybody involved. We don't want to do that, he says. It's the tenants still not answering their phone or the front door who are at risk of infection. Carlene Johnson colonias the Seattle school district will have to provide after school tutoring for special education students who face significant delays getting in person instruction this past school year. The order, issued this month stems from a series of complaints about delayed or denied services and an attorney for families getting involved. Back. In March, We spoke with David Hamer stand whose nine year old son Paxton has autism. The family was struggling to provide at home the instruction that he would typically get at school. We are desperate to get our child back in school. The Seattle school district was one of the late last in the state to bring students back into the classrooms. The delay blamed in large part on negotiations with the teachers union. The state is currently reviewing the cases of 329 kids. To determine who may qualify for the additional after school instruction. Questions are being raised about the man who killed another homeless man in a part next to the King County courthouse. He'd been accused of assaulting another man in the park weeks earlier, but was released from jail after a nonprofit group paid his bail. Almost Matt market, which has been following the events at that crime ridden camp for a year. What we asked for, was this person to be held in jail because we believed he was going to commit another violent act. Folks didn't agree with us, and unfortunately he got out and kill the guy. Prosecutors asked for a $50,000 bail for studio following the wise Gerber assault the judge reduced to 20,000. After that there was a hearing. Where the bill was reduced to $5000 and then a group posted his bail and he was released. Court documents show That group was the Northwest Community Bail fund, which, according to its website, is a non profit. Advocating for bail reform and pays bail for poor people who would otherwise spend pretrial time in jail. That's almost Matt Markovich reporting common whose time 10 10 sheriff's officials say a deputy shot and killed an adult pet chimpanzee named Buck after it attacked a woman in eastern Oregon. The Tri City Herald reports that the chimpanzee had lived with the victim's mother for 17 years in Pendleton. Mattila County Sheriff's Office says the animals started attacking her adult daughter about eight o'clock Sunday morning. Kptv in Portland obtained a recording of the mothers. 911 call. I've locked myself in the basement with her. I can't get out to get my own gun. I'm the patio. You're going to have to do a head shot. The sheriff's office says the animal needed to be put down so they could get her daughter. Medical help. Frank Lindsay GloboNews coming this time 10 10 Beacon Plumbing. Sports Desk Update time. Here's Koesterich Heights. The Mariners began a two game series against the Colorado Rockies. Tonight. They have won four in a row and seven of their last 10 games. First pitches 7 10 AT T Mobile Park, the 12 and to Seattle storm or back home after a week long road trip to host the six and six Washington Mystics at seven o'clock tonight. Right. The MLS leading Sounders have three games over eight days. They beat the L. A Galaxy last Saturday to one. The play again tomorrow night at home against Real Salt Lake Lightning struck quickly last night is going to be played by Anthony Cirelli. The offensive zone. Let's go to stamp stamp goes hold high cycle or in a shot blocker about samples came.

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"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

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02:02 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"A lot of unknowns with how quickly it came to be implemented and distributed. I think for some folks who have been You know, felt forced to wear masks and distance and shut down and all that stuff. I Kind of get the sense that some some of them, uh resisting. Taking the vaccine is it is as much about them being able to kind of control something in a very uncontrolled situation. As of April, Stevens County north of Spokane, had the lowest vaccination rate in our state, according to the Tri City Herald. Mississippi has the lowest rate in the country at 34% having one dose as of last week. Case. Numbers of Covid are going down there as our hospitalizations, the governor of Mississippi says most people in his state have natural immunity now, though, vaccination efforts are continuing. As of yesterday, 52.5% of the US population had received at least one dose of the vaccine and 43.7% are fully vaccinated. Carlene Johnson Co Mo. News man brings our combo news time before 10 and ageless birdie leads the first place storm against the last place fever. Let's have almost Bill Schwarz sort it all out from the Beacon Plumbing sports desk. In the first dozen basketball games of the season. Seubert has been Seubert 11 points, six assists per game. Invaluable veteran leadership for the first place Storm, Bird says, Like other notable 40 something athletes you have to put in the extra work. It takes a lot to to stay at an elite level at a certain age, because the reality is your body is going to deteriorate in different ways. Um So the work you have to put in to maintain, um, you know, for a long time. I've joked I'm not trying to beat Father time. I'm just trying to tie him. Of course, Rick, ELISA and myself wouldn't know about that age thing. Bird leads the 10 and two storm against the one and 11 Fever at Indiana Tonight, the Mariners opened a week long baseball home stand with a 4 to 3 victory over Minnesota. Series continues. 7 10 tonight AT T Mobile Park with Chris Flexion for the EMS, Jay Happ, the Twins. And the Seattle Seahawks kicked.

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"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"A little bit of rain to fall Saturday and Sunday And the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clarke, the farther east to get toward the foothills. We see warmer temperatures 84 in Bellevue, Seattle, 82 to come with 79 downtown Everett. Now 79. You're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on coma at 306. The Coast Guard has called off its search for a 14 year old boy missing it. See the team disappeared yesterday and waters near Long Beach, touching off a search effort that was suspended last night. We're told searchers come through 52 Square nautical miles without turning up any sign of the missing boy. The body Lake City Council has taken a stance against what members call vaccine Segregation Council members passing a resolution to ban vaccine passports in the town of Bonney Lake, treating those who choose not to get the vaccine as second class citizens is not okay. According to members of the Body Lake City Council, who last week passed a resolution toe let citizens and Governor Jay Inslee know that they will not promote vaccine segregation. Council members read comments submitted by the public and support of the resolution, including one from this business owner and mom. Said she's homeschooling her son because he can't wear a mask and the vaccines become required. We will not only pulled him out of school as well, but we will be moving out of this state. I will not allow myself or my Children to be injected with an experimental vaccine for something with the survival rate around 99% of the governor's offices said they're providing guidance for businesses, but vaccine proof Not be a mandate. Carleen Johnson come on. News Republicans are planning more aggressive effort to retake the eighth District seat in Congress next year. Details from comas Greg Herschel in 2018. Dr. Kim Schreier was the first Democrat to win the seat that represents a vast swath from Bellevue, Toe Auburn and Kent and across the Cascades to kid it essential. And county's Republican Matt Larkin, who lost the race for attorney general last year, is running against Schreier by emphasizing the homeless crisis in Seattle. Even Schreier does not represent Seattle. Jesse Jensen, who attracted 48% of the vote against Schreier last year, tells the Seattle Times He's also considering another run against her next year. Greg Hirsch Old Co. Moh news to Oregon brothers charged with participating in the January 6th. The U. S Capitol attack have now been released from custody, but it's Kumble's Corwin take reports. Their troubles are far from over. Brothers Matthew Client and Jonathan Peter Klein ages 24 21 had been in federal custody following their arrests. March 23rd Decline Brothers are linked to the militant proud boys. Portland State University professor Alexander Ross tells KGW News. The brothers match the profile of today's violent right wing extremists. His brother's actually have violent. Portland and Salem Images from January, 6th allegedly show the brothers breaching the wall at the U. S Capitol and helping others over it Now, the Tri City Herald reports a judge is allowing their release to a third party custodian. They may not leave Oregon and must continue to attend court hearings. They await trial on federal charges, including conspiracy, destruction of government property and disorderly conduct. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Beginning today, Amtrak trains will perform test runs on the point defiance bypass scene of a 2017 fatal derailment. The line is now equipped with positive train control, designed to automatically prevent.

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03:16 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"More wildfires, staffing and resource is for Red Flag Warning. Day's other local fire district say they're making targeted changes this year, too, for better response. Fast moving brushfire sparked a bigger fire at an auto wrecking yard yesterday afternoon on Puyallup, South Hill crew's focused on protecting nearby homes. But part of the fire ended up burning several motorhomes semis and Busses. Captain Darren shot with Central Piers Fire and Rescue says it was a difficult fire to fight once tires and automobiles catch on fire. It's very difficult because of the makeup of the vehicles, you know, tires, gasoline oil diesel, So those are highly flammable fuels. Their crews used thousands of gallons of water to fight the fire. And now the biggest concern is run off of oil. The Department of Ecology has had been called in to help. Seattle Police are on the hunt for a gunman who shot and killed a homeless man. Early yesterday morning, It happened at an encampment in the Ravenna neighborhood, and we learned more from Kemal's Cara costume. It's just beyond revenge is beautiful. Cowen Park is a small green space known as OGA Park. It's been filled with the homeless and Kallen for more than a year. Camper was shot and killed. It's so saddening and terrifying to think that someone lost their life. Theresa Barker is the organizer of the Ravenna Cowan Community Alliance. Barker has been leading the neighborhood homeless issues here since 2017. We would like to see happen. This entire community be able to move together into one of the protected supported shelters. Darker points to Rosie's Village, a tiny house community that will be opening nearby into witnesses told police. The homeless man had left his tent to speak with the suspected shooter. When the gunfire was heard public schools across the state now have seven months to change their school mascots and team names. If they use Native American names or imagery, there's a new state law prohibiting their use, but some districts hope to keep them and co most Carlene John Son explains High school junior at North Central High in Spokane named Ivy Pete work with state lawmakers to draft the legislation banning the use of Native American mascots and imagery. I do not look like the mannequin in the case, but that does not make me any less indigenous. But some argue the use of those native names and symbols should stay out of respect. Mike and High School home of the Braves and Kennewick is named after chief comic and a leader of the Yakama pollutes and click attacked native people in the mid 18 hundreds. The high school name doesn't have to be changed under the new law, but they couldn't be the Braves anymore unless they get permission from the Confederated tribes of the recommendation. The Tri City Herald reports. They're putting together a presentation to show how Native American history and culture are part of the district's curriculum. They also hope to keep the Thunderbirds name and logo for Legacy High school. Carleen Johnson. Come on, you busy holiday weekend across the Seattle area as tourists packed popular spots in the city more than 100,000 people travel through Sea Tac Airport over the holiday weekend. It is busier once you get in the airport now Perry Cooper with the poor to Seattle, telling people that change the recent habits may be the last time they came was potentially When there was a lot less traffic here, and it seemed awful easy or getting through checkpoints in three or four minutes. It's a sign of just how bustling.

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

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"Investigators fled the scene. Neighbors say homelessness has been a struggle in this park for a number of years, but that it's grown during the pandemic. I don't feel like letting People's live permanently in our parks is the right answer, and neighbors say drug use prostitution, public urination and much more have been some of the challenges at this encampment. Now a tiny house village will be opening not far from here in neighbors Tell me that they hope campers will consider that. As an option in the future. That area is just a few blocks west of the Ravenna Park playground. State lawmakers recently passed a bill prohibiting public schools from using Native American names, symbols or images as mask off. Some districts are pushing back on that now, as we hear from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson repeat is Native American. She's a junior at North Central High School in Spokane. She worked with lawmakers this year in drafty the legislation. It's demeaning. It's It's not an accurate depiction of my people, and it's hurtful. But the bill did include a provision that says schools where tribes exist in bordering counties can ask those drives for permission to keep the symbols. They're doing that in the tri cities where Kennewick District officials are putting together a presentation to show help. Native American history and culture have impacted the district's curriculum. The plan to ask the yak about tribe for permission to continue using the Braves name and logo for comic and high and the Thunderbirds name and logo for Legacy High School. The Tri City Herald reports. Moses Lake is also working with the Colville Confederated Tribes. To keep its native American mascots at three schools. Carleen Johnson, Come on news come on his time, 5 10. Time to get to the Beacon Plumbing Sports desk With Tom Hot. There was a wild finish in Soto yesterday. Ty France it a game tying single and scored on Tom Murphy's sacrifice fly into 10th in the Mariners. After giving up the lead, rallied to beat Oakland their fifth straight victory and improving to 50 and extra innings of season Oakland and taking a 54 lead in the top of the 10th. Seattle tied it on Francis, one out single and then Tom Murphy of the plate. And this very well could do. It has got a long stroll collar roots.

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03:31 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the debris piercing the early dawn skies over the Middle East, usually discarded rocket stages re entered the atmosphere soon after lift off normally over water. And don't go into orbit the roughly 100 ft long rocket stages among the biggest space debris We're hearing to fall the Earth. China's space program with its close military links, hasn't said why it put the main component of the rocket into space rather than allowing it to fall back to Earth soon after discharging its payload, as is usual In such operations. Ah, three year old girl died in a farm tractor incident we're told in a field and lower Yakima Valley. The Tri City Herald sharing that the Yakima County Sheriff's office say the child was riding in the bucket of a front in loader driven by her father Friday. Here. The Sunnyside mapped in highway during the afternoon, the sheriff's office says. Somehow she fell or came out of the bucket and was run over by one of the tractors, wheels. There is some cause for cautious optimism for the Southern resident killer whales that frequent Puget Sound. Oregon State University professor John Durban was the Seattle Times saying that in general over the last several years, J Pod is in better condition. And much of the last decade German, also a research associate with an orca health monitoring project, led by Holly Fern Bach of S R three. It's a science and research and marine mammal Rescue, nonprofit. Clell, Um, Bay Man accused of a felony hate crime against the black woman who says he traumatized her. The Black lives matter. Protests in June wants to charge dismissed the Peninsula. Daily News reporting. Jeffrey Dunn contends the eggs he threw it. Protesters were not aimed at her directly. Probable cause statement, written by Port Angeles officers with Sanchez says done admitted to an officer that he yelled racial slurs and threw eggs at the group as a whole coma News Sunday with Mark Christopher I'm Greg her short with his co Moh extra about the prospect of vaccinating Children against covert 19. Here's infectious diseases physician Dr Simone Wilds. I would anticipate that the Children are going to get side effects. Their immune system is very robust. And so I think that you know is it talks about with adults that they get? Very intense reaction, especially after the second dose. I suspect that the Children will have the same. But I will say that those are short lived side effects, and they should be able to get back to their regular activities within a day or two. And she says there are good reasons for parents to get their kids vaccinated when they can. I know that Children do not get a sick they usually have very mild illness. But remember, they can still carry the disease that bring it home to their parents. Their grand parents. Extended family members who have underlying conditions who become very ill end up hospitalized and some cases die. So I think we want to do everything we can to make sure we prevent the spread of the disease from all different age groups on so that includes Children and just like the Children get in the regular immunizations. I think we need to think about the covert vaccine in a very similar life infectious diseases specialist Dr Simone Weil, I'm Greg Hirsch Old Co. Moh news. And now for the weekend version of the Propel Insurance, Money and business report from ABC News Wall Street now so how are you feeling about the economy? We get a few reports this week that could give us a good idea of what many people are thinking. Consumer Price Index and the core CPI. I look at what we're paying from anything's due out on Tuesday with retail sales how.

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02:08 min | 1 year ago

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"Ax over the center of your head, lean back and then throw it forward with your whole body. That's one of blade and timbers certified ax throwing instructors. The venue had to overcome the states, perhaps rightful reluctance to combine booze with the hurling of heavy sharp objects. The Capitol Hill Times reports. The board now has issued the license beginning this week. With the understanding no drinks will be allowed in the actual ax throwing lanes. Corwin Headache Co. Moh news. Democratic State Senator Joe Nguyen has announced his candidacy for King County executive born in White Center. When is one of four Children of Vietnamese immigrants who arrived in the U. S is refugees. He graduated from Seattle you and eventually became a senior program manager at Microsoft, with an emphasis on strategy and analytics. Platform promises a new deal to address the systemic inequities that left too many people in King County vulnerable before the covert 19 pandemic, and a new review shows something of a money shift could be shaping up in the race for Seattle Mayor The Seattle Times reports. The leading candidates are worth anywhere from 0 to $15 million, with most valued at less than a half million, citing campaign contributions. The report Name's Andrew Grant, Houston, Bruce Harrell, Lorena Gonzalez and calling Echo Hawk Lance Randall and Justin Farrell is the top contenders. Harold Tops List with a net value of $15 million. Houston is at the other end of zero. Both finalists in the last election were from multi millionaire households and election to recall Sheriff Jerry Hatcher in Benton County is moving ahead. We have details from Cuomo's Carleen Johnson, Kathleen were Chicago with the committee to re culture of Hatcher tells the Tri City Herald. They turned in signatures last Friday, two weeks ahead of the deadline. It really shows the level of support we have for our community. We were able to get it done and in and just it's been phenomenal talking to everybody in the community. Hatcher was accused in eight charges of intimidating witnesses, retaliating against them, tampering with evidence and violating his oath of office. The sheriff says he'll be exonerated of any criminal allegations. Address supporters at an event back in December. When I tell you that my job is.

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02:11 min | 1 year ago

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"America's presentation. That's a group headed up by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is Leah's a co chair. Usually says the next decade will be crucial to avoiding the worst from climate change. Mayors, Governors County Council People, City Council People CEO's assistant CEOs, labor leaders to get this done. All of us have to be involved. White House leaders also took part in the seminar. They say climate change solutions should be part of the proposed infrastructure package from the Bite administration. Charlie Harder Come O'Neill's This afternoon, the King County Council will take up the measure that would ban fireworks in unincorporated parts of the county. If approved, the measure wouldn't go into effect until 2022. The county's fire chiefs are pushing for a uniformly regional approach. By adding the unincorporated areas into an already existing ban. Something of money shift could be seen in the race for Seattle's mayor. Details from Kemal's Bill O'Neill, The Seattle Times is out with report that shows the leading candidates are worth anywhere from 0 to $15 million, in fact, most valued at less than a half million. Both finalists in the last election were from multi millionaire households signing campaign contributions. The report Name's Andrew Grant, Houston, Bruce Harrell, Lorena Gonzalez, Colleen Echo Hawk Lance Randall and Justin Pharrell as the top contenders. Girl tops. The list with the net value of $15 million barrels Network is also valued and more than a million Houston at the other end his zero colonial camo news an effort to recall Sheriff Jerry Hatcher, invented county is moving ahead with county auditor working to validate signatures turned in last week. We get details from couples, Carleen Johnson, as she reports on time for staff printing and sending valets could cost AH, quarter million dollars. Kathleen, where Chicago with the committee to re culture of Hatcher tells the Tri City Herald. They turned in signatures last Friday, two weeks ahead of the deadline. It really shows the level of support we have for our community that we're able to get it done and in and just it's been phenomenal talking to everybody in the community. Hatch was accused in eight charges of intimidating witnesses. Retaliating against them, tampering with evidence and violating his oath of office. The sheriff says he'll be exonerated of any criminal allegations. He addressed supporters at an event back in December. When I tell you that my job.

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04:04 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Unions, however. Have taken a position that they're going to do whatever it is, they can. To keep Their teacher's home. And they have taken obscene positions. Hyperbolic positions about how danger it is to go back into the classroom. Also, that they can convince you Back their demands. Some of their demands are already being met. They're pretending otherwise. When they say we just want to make sure that it's safe to go into the schools that we have some some basics. Like access to PPE. Which they have Basics definitely being met. For almost every single site that we're talking about. Almost every single school. Has more than just the quote unquote basics. What a lot are pretending otherwise, And when you read in between the lines, you kind of get a better idea about what's at stake here. They're saying, for example. There. Of course, they're using Cove it as an excuse, but we demand smaller classrooms because we need socially distance. What is one of the things that teachers have been asking for for decades? Say smaller classrooms who, um smaller classes, smaller classrooms. How weird is that? Here's an opportunity to get those smaller classrooms. And, of course, while refusing to reopen schools, they'll also say no one wants to be back in the classroom more than we do. We're just refusing to do it, despite mountains of evidence showing how safe it is. Out, for example, in Richland. Where the teachers union president nearby the Pascoe Education Association. So famously said on video, and we played it a few weeks ago. That it is white supremacist thinking if you want to reopen schools And it's white privilege. To demand kids go back to school. Richland Education Association vice president Can haze is quoted in the Tri City Herald saying We want to reopen schools. We miss our students. Do you go? Doesn't quite seem like Ugo. Kind of seems like Don't miss him all that much. And you don't want to reopen schools. You keep dragging your feet in Seattle. They were supposed to reopen in March. That's not gonna happen. It's being delayed. I'm part of the reason why they're getting away with this. Two reasons. Number one. You still have some goodwill that has been built up. For decades in the community. Parents were unwilling to call this nonsense out. And you have a huge and unshakable ally. President Joe Biden, who on CBS over the weekend, for example. He's just pretending that the science isn't clear of this. He talks around the issue. I think it's time for school through open safely safely. They are reopening safely. They could reopen safely right now. We know, for example, in Pierce County after a pilot program where we tested Almost 10,000 students, teachers and parents. They got the quick auntie gin tests. There was only a 0.2% positivity rate. 0.2 We know it is safe to reopen schools. That is why we have mountains of data showing that they are not. In fact super spreader events. You have to have fewer people. The classroom. You.

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05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"The state of Washington is reopening the health insurance exchange. That's the same day a new 90 Day enrollment period for Obama care begins. President Biden issued an executive order calling for that enrollment period and wants to increase Access to health insurance during the Koven 19 outbreak. 2019 shots will be available Sunday at the Amazon meeting Center in Seattle. This will be the second time Amazon in Virginia Mason have held a pop up clinic there. It will run from a 30 in the morning till 4 30 Sunday afternoon. For more information. Coleman, who's dot com Seattle's Office of Police Accountability Mayfield fewer complaints against police officers if citizens do exactly what officers they're allowed to do, That's what the Opa is saying after a record year of complaints more from comas, Corwin hey, 19,000 complaints against Seattle officers were lodged in 2020 about 18,000 more than normal, thanks to a wild year of racial equity protests. Jennifer tippers with Opus says only 142 of those complaints are under investigation that tells her people don't always know what they have a right to complain about. She points to the know your rights campaign outlined on the open A website tries to give information to help the community understand what you would expect in an interaction with Seattle Police Department For example, it is okay for a cop to approach you and to begin asking questions. That's the job. But an officer must tell you if you're being arrested and why, and only after an arrest me that officer search you if it doesn't go, according to expectations that may help desire like if you should make a complaint Opa or not currently open on opiates list of complaint. Investigations include incidents in which officers used neck restraints or pepper spray. Other open investigations include officers who made inappropriate comments or failed to properly identify themselves. Corwin Heiko Moan in Eastern Washington. Investigators are trying to identify at least two bodies in a car and Adams County was abandoned in a fellow and had blood on the hood. Deputies found the body of one body inside the vehicle and at least another in the trunk, according to the Tri City Herald. They have not said how those people died and a gruesome discovery in a recycling plant conveyor belt yesterday, workers found a man's body. As a sort of threw items at the business in Frederickson detectives. They're still trying to determine how the person died. They're investigating where the body may have been picked up an autopsy to Beacon conducted there by the medical examiner. An amount was found shot to death overnight in Parkland. Sheriff's deputies responded to a shooting of the home on 129th Street near Pacific Avenue. And when police got there, they say they found the body of a 33 year old man in a bedroom. A gun was also found in that room. Police arrested his 32 year old wife. There was another family member inside the home at the time of the shooting, and that person was interviewed by detectives. We did ask if there were Children in the home and we're told there were not almost holy man, you know. Earlier this week, we told you about a break in on Greek row at the University of Washington in which is student was raped in her room. Most droll marina reports. There was another break in yesterday, parents have been compiling the reports on a private Facebook page that details crimes against U Dub students, particularly in Greek row. It is a very, very dangerous, scary the situation up there are kids communicate to us that they are in fear for their life. You don't police say crimes against people have held steady this school year. Burglary and trespassing are up, but bike thefts and car break ins are down. Because of covered. There's like last students around. It's like I was felt safe walking around, so I knew there was always students walking around until, like midnight. Now, there isn't some parents say the neighborhood needs more police to keep an eye on things. Almost Joel Marino Large group of homeless campers moving to Frank Gehry fields into coma and Bellingham after the city dismantled a sprawling encampment at City Hall. The city made the move earlier than expected when it learned that agitators plan to come from us far away as Portland to protest the cleanup. This is police chief flow Simon various extremist groups that wanted to be part of this protest. Some of those these folks we've seen in other protests for black lives matter or the protest down into coma, So we're expecting a crowd together. Police clashed with protesters yesterday, Four people were arrested for reckless endangerment at assault. Three officers assaulted but not seriously hurt. Today. City Hall in the library will remain closed for business because there could be more protests come on, Whose time 10 40. It's time to check in. At the peak of loving sports desk with Thomas Eric Heights, drew Timmy scored 21 points and Corey Kiss Bird had 19 for Gonzaga, which routed San Diego 90 to 62 last night, their 20th straight victory dating to last season. Was Gonzaga's 13th straight win over San Diego was well zags Women also one, beating Pacific 77 to 65. Last week. The Huskies won two games in a row for the first time this season after getting time off the play the Cougars Sunday at 5 P.m. on Montlake. The Cougars have been in a tailspin since they got off to an eight no start, dropping seven other last eight games. Both teams are now two and seven in the Pac 12 spring training assist a few weeks away for the Mariners. One player especially eager to get back on the field is outfielder Mitch Hanniger, who missed all of last year shortened season to recover from a couple of injuries. With every surgery I've had, there's always fan. You know, When you put in time over over and over and over you you'll get back there. And if you just believe that, you know you can still make you better from it. You become better from the surgeries and major league pitchers and catchers are due to report to training camps in the middle of next month. Alicia Clark of the Seattle Storm is close to signing with Washington Mystics as a free agent..

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KOMO

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"9, 35 and We continue with our top stories in the coma. 24 7 News center, The state of Washington will reopen the health Insurance exchange next month. That move coming after President Biden's executive order for a new 90 Day enrollment period for Obamacare starting February. 15th. Washington's exchange will reopen that same day, The president made the move to increase access to health insurance. During the pandemic. Amazon and Virginia Mason will hold a second pop up covert 19 vaccinate Vaccine clinic. Sunday and the goal of administering 2000 shots. The clinic will be held at the Amazon meeting Center from a 30 A M to 4 30 in the afternoon. Free to those who get the vaccine will be scheduled for their second dose in a few weeks to find out if you're eligible. We put a link to the wait list on our website Komal news dot com Seattle recorded a staggering spike in complaints against police officers last year. A normal year sees about 1000 complaints. 2020 Nearly 20 times that many. More from comas. Corwin Hate Jennifer tippers with O P. A Seattle civilian run office of Police Accountability, admits 2020 was to use her word crazy. Her office log, not the usual 1000 complaints against Officer behavior but over 19,000 and I'm not even sure of this. 19,000 includes the full 2020. This. 19,000 represents the number of complaints Opie's received related to the protests in 2020. That number is skewed by one incident. In particular, there were around 13,000 complaints related to one case was the child Pepper spray case that happened early in the protests in officers sprayed a chemical irritant into the face of a seven year old boy during a June protest tippers notes. That case is now closed with Opa finding the officer did not violate Seattle police policy. The of the remaining 6000 complaints. Tippers says Opa is currently investigating. 140 Corwin Heiko moaning, authorities say more than one body was found in an abandoned vehicle in eastern Washington. Nero fellow Tri City Herald reports. Adams County Sheriff's deputies were called yesterday to investigate a suspicious car with what appeared to be blood on the hood. Deputies found a person dead inside the vehicle. Authorities contacted the Washington State crime lab to investigate further and then Found another human, more human remains in the trunk. Authorities say the victim's bodies were in such poor condition. They couldn't be identified immediately. Investigators are trying to find out how a man's body ended up in a recycling plant in Pierce County workers were sorting through the recycling just before noon yesterday. Discovered a body on the conveyor belt at the plant, and Fredrickson detectives are backtracking to figure out where the body was picked up. It's not clear how that person died. The Pierce County sheriff's Office investigating a homicide overnighted Parkland just after midnight. Sheriff's deputies responded to a shooting at a home on one 29th Street near Pacific Avenue. When police got there. They found the body of a 33 year old man. They arrested his wife, a 32 year old woman. That's come most holy man, you know that woman was booked into the Pierce County jail on first degree murder charges No Children in the home when that shooting occurred. Has been another break in at a sorority at the University of Washington on Greek row in some students are fearing for their safety. The Chi omega sorority house was locked up tight, but that didn't stop. A man from getting inside is the women slept? Seattle, police say 38 year old Jonathan Frost broke a window and climbed in, then sprayed a fire extinguisher throughout the house while smashing mirrors, glass tables and even a toilet. He was arrested, but students say the neighborhood could be dangerous. So I feel like definitely like I'm saying, I still face time my friends to walk to my car, even if it's like just right across the street. On Sunday, a man entered a different sorority and raped a woman in a room couples. Joel Marino was sports update. 60 Seconds away. Come on, Whose time 9 39. Here's three great reasons to.

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03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tri city herald" Discussed on KOMO

"66 year old was kidding and did not go past the fencing. Part of downtown Seattle was shut down Saturday after a man told police he had a bomb inside his truck right outside the FBI's Seattle headquarters. More on this from Kemal's Patrick Quinn just after one o'clock, officials say, a 34 year old man intentionally set his own car on fire to get the attention of the police. And when fire and police crews arrived, he told them he had a bomb in his truck. Police shut down downtown Seattle is they investigated but found no bomb and towed away the truck authorities were trying to figure out why the man made the threat in the first place. But the head of Seattle's FBI field offices for now Paul is calm here in Washington ahead of Inauguration Day, a Republican member of Congress is implying the president Trump may have withheld federal aid to wildfire victims in our state. Because he doesn't like Governor Jay Endsley almost, Corwin Hick explains. There's no love lost between Governor Inslee and President Trump is a nasty person. I don't like the governor of Washington. We're not distracted by some of the noise out of the White House. Now. Spokane Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers is acknowledging the animosity maybe compelling the president to withhold promised aid to the state to help victims of last summer's wildfires. In a letter obtained by the spokesman, Review McMorris Rodgers urges The president to put their differences aside, she writes, quote. Despite our governor's banned faith, personal vendetta against your administration. People in my district needs support. In a statement. Inslee's office calls the letter quote pathetic, adding It's not a request for aid but an appeal to the president's ego. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news to US senators from this state are poised to become Washington's most powerful congressional duo since the days of Warren Magnuson and Henry Jackson. Under the new Senate Democratic Majority Patty Murray will chair the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee should be the second ranking Democrat on the all powerful Appropriations Committee. Maria Cantwell will chair the Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. Researchers at the U. S Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Lab in Richland are studying the potential health effects of E cigarettes are Vaping Maura on what the early results show from co Most Carleen Johnson. They're looking at whether Vaping causes subtle changes in proteins at the molecular level that could contribute to disease or other health problems. The Tri City Herald reports. Vaping does lead to what they call oxidative stress, which can overwhelm how the body naturally repairs itself. Oxidative stress can lead to dangerous chain reactions for the body linked to heart disease, cancer, respiratory disease and Other health conditions. They developed a biochemistry technique that makes it possible to measure the oxidation of proteins. And interestingly, they said, they see the higher oxidation levels. Whether or not the Vaping liquid contains nicotine. These are early results and don't necessarily prove that e cigarettes are inherently bad for your health, but they are showing how Vaping impacts cell function at the molecular level. Carleen Johnson. Come Oh news to a sports update in one minute. Come on news time a 39. If you've always wanted to try zero rez, but thought you'd wait till maybe the price came down a little bit Well, the wait is over. It's here, their biggest sale of the year..

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