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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on WTVN

"I heart radio station from ABC news I'm Dave Packard for federal judge rejecting the White House contention that officials have immunity from house subpoenas for testimony and documents of the impeachment inquiry does not mince words stating that no one is above the law federal judge could Tenji brown Jackson says not even the president's closest aides can ignore or defy a subpoena from Congress by order of the president or otherwise referencing the federalist papers the judge says presidents are not kings and current and former employees of the White House work for the people of the United States and take an oath to protect and defend the constitution and have rights including free speech the justice department says it'll appeal ABC's Chuck C. written we were the matter tell ABC news former trump national security adviser John Bolton scheme is reviewing the federal court ruling the Supreme Court putting a house subpoena for president trump's taxes on hold during an appeal reports of shots fired at the valley plaza mall in Bakersfield California Bakersfield police chief allow Martin said this is not a mass shooting this is a fight amongst two groups where subject produce firearm and began firing two people taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds there described as having moderate injuries also in California evacuations as another wildfire burns in that state this one the cave fire burning now in the mountains above Santa Barbara an estimated twenty five hundred acres already charred no reports of structured or people of any injuries in that fire Michael Bloomberg officially in it to win it former.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From ABC news I'm Dave Packard for federal judge rejecting the White House contention that officials have immunity from house subpoenas for testimony and documents of the impeachment inquiry does not mince words stating that no one is above the law federal judge could Tenji brown Jackson says not even the president's closest aides can ignore or defy a subpoena from Congress by order of the president or otherwise referencing the federalist papers the judge says presidents are not kings and current and former employees of the White House work for the people of the United States and take an oath to protect and defend the constitution and have rights including free speech the justice department says it'll appeal ABC's Chuck C. written they were the matter tell ABC news former trump national security adviser John Bolton scheme is reviewing the federal court ruling the Supreme Court putting a house subpoena for president trump's taxes on hold during an appeal reports of shots fired at the valley plaza mall in Bakersfield California Bakersfield police chief allow Martin said this is not a mass shooting this is a fight amongst two groups where subject produce firearm and began firing two people taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds there described as having moderate injuries also in California evacuations as another wildfire burns in that state this one the cave fire burning now in the mountains above Santa Barbara an estimated twenty five hundred acres already charred no reports of structured or people of any injuries in that fire Michael Bloomberg officially in it to win it their former mayor of New York City kicked off his campaign for president of the United States the crowded diner in Norfolk Virginia low key announcement in a hotel ballroom we cannot afford four more years of president trump's reckless and an ethical actions Bloomberg jumping in late in the game he's keeping the first four primaries focusing on the states that vote after ABC's linsey Davis and you're listening to you ABC news Arizona's station Katie a our on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic now it's ten oh two I'm Deborah Dale here's our top story Arizona votes at least one valley political expert believes Joe Biden's presidential campaign is in big trouble now that a new candidate has entered the democratic race for the White House run because I think it's time for a change the pop in the White House former New York City mayor billionaire Michael Bloomberg says he wants to be the one to take out president trump Emily Ryan with copper state consulting says Democrats are hurting right now and could use a political savior I think this late entry of mayor Bloomberg really reveals the seriousness calculation the Democratic Party has taken in going after Donald Trump on impeachment Bloomberg is worth over fifty billion dollars and Ryan says he'll spend what ever it takes to get the democratic nomination what rural areas on and think about public policy issues it's not always the same as what the urban respondents thought what matters most that was the topic of discussion today in Phoenix as leaders gather to talk about the findings from this year's state of the state study by a S. use Morrison institute rural Arizona and they're more likely to think that they use water efficiently but also importantly they're more likely to think that they are worse off financially than in the prior year and people who are not in rural areas that's Melissa call backs with the A. S. U. Morrison institute she says overall Arizonans rank public safety and education as their top priorities the Arizona attorney general's office now looking into complaints that ousted mesa public schools superintendent amber com out ember Conley that's according to ABC fifteen the complaint alleges that calmly may have broken the law by giving raises and contracts with out getting board approval and now for a check on traffic live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center we have a couple of accidents working one on I. ten eastbound at seventh street in another crash on sixty Seventh Avenue and west union hills drive and a couple of construction closures tonight thirty second street at loop one oh one and also seventh street shut down at loop one a one those will be re opened by the.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Hello news time five oh three investigators in Jefferson County say they'll release the identity of a suspect in a thirty eight year old murder case tomorrow eighteen year old genie Moore's body was found in genesis park south of I. seventy five days after she went missing he had left to go to work at a gas station and she died from blows to the head tomorrow morning authorities will provide more information on this thirty eight year old cold case DNA evidence appears to have pinpointed the suspect the hunt fire south of maker is still growing yesterday's rain and today's moderate temperatures are helping firefighters as they battle the lightning caused fire it's now burned more than twenty five hundred acres of BLM land north of the rolling plateau let the fire burn away some of the undergrowth will be a benefit fire will be doing good in removing that material it'll open up the landscape to allow new vegetative growth which will be great for the game and other wildlife species as well as for livestock grazing fire spokesman merry best he caught that's the latest I'm Susan weekend now impact traffic it's reported sponsored by metropolitan state university of Denver our latest issue coming in as an accident on the boulder turnpike he's found at a goes with backups to Sheridan northbound I. twenty five extra heavy as you work the way between Broadway in Colfax there was an earlier accident there it has been cleared but it is slow in the downtown two seventy traffic westbound is stopping go between I seventy and call back there is an accident at six then chambers and a power outage on seventy second between what's worth and shared and so do expect delays tonight mostly clear with a low around fifty six tomorrow sunny with a high near eighty seven early it's eighty three with your impact traffic.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"We intend to prove in court is is not permissible by law it's the fifty seventh legal challenge California is brought against this president much of the carribean island of Barbados is shut down ahead of tropical storm Dorian's arrival the storm continues to gather strength and could be a minimal hurricane in the coming days threatening Porter Rico you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK evacuations have been lifted at last in counties long valley fire the walls are broke out Saturday and quickly spread across the Nevada California state line cal fire says the blaze has burned nearly twenty five hundred acres and a sixty five percent contained a proposal that allows passengers to smoke and beat cannabis products on party buses is making its way through the California legislature the proposed legislation would allow passengers ages twenty one and up to use marijuana products on a bus limousine or modified limousine the Long Beach police department is checking the heat alert systems in their patrol cars after one vehicle malfunctioned and left a canine officer dead the department revealed the canine officers death last Friday on Twitter a police officer found his canine partner Ozzy dead inside a hot patrol car earlier this month a local veterinarian reports the cause of death to be heat related Ozzy worked in the department's drug investigations unit that's the news I need HIM ago hiss good evening nine oh three on Bob Williams the KFBK traffic center clearing a two car crash with injuries causing a backup to south on ninety nine just south of the for rage offramp traffic backed up to about twelve Avenue work tonight on live five watts reduce lanes.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"It's footwear ads on manta factor with what to watch for wildfire season is on us some curling Johnson the dangerous work for firefighters right now in southern Oregon a few hours another round of democratic presidential debates begins it'll be a two night affair in Detroit tonight the big names in the middle of the stage Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders these are long time political partners and they they don't disagree on very much so always some prodding they've got some differences in you could start to to draw them out but I I think there's an alliance of sorts among the two progressives in the field and the other folks on the stage of a lot more incentive to go after them and they do to go after each other ABC news political director Rick Klein president trump is defending his take to be the next director of national intelligence to someone strong who can really rein it in Texas congressman John Radcliffe Democrats say he's too inexperienced and blindly loyal to the president the current di and I Dan coats will leave his post on August fifteenth the head coach of the US women's national soccer team says she is stepping down Jill Ellis led the team to back to back World Cup championships so leave in October after their victory tour almost treat today stocks lost a little ground the Dow down twenty three points Scott Goldberg ABC news como news one thousand have been ninety seven seven good afternoon call one whose time one thirty one I'm Taylor fan sites for the top stories of the call twenty four seven news center a Seattle woman with ties to the local tech community has been arrested in a major bank breach couples prime Calvert with more on who she is and what she is accused of doing the choir says page Thompson is thirty three years old and at one time worked for Amazon the engineers accused of hacking into Capital One servers using the screen name erotic Thompson talked about her hacking online someone saw that and called the FBI was Thompson was able to access credit card applications for millions of the card holders those applications included some sensitive data some of the data is encrypted but unfortunately some of it was an assistant US attorney for western Washington Stephen Masada names birth dates social security numbers typical information that when you might put on a credit card application the hacking actually took place back in March Capital One CEO posted on the bank's website well I'm grateful the perpetrators been caught I'm deeply sorry for what has happened capital one's offering free credit monitoring to everyone affected Brian Calvert colonias do you think you've found a really good deal on something you want online calls manufacture says Jada beware scammers are making a lot of money online one in for consumers who actually purchase something online of actually purchase something that was counterfeited Quinlan with the better business bureau says the knock offs run the gamut jewelry X. footwear adds a peril it's even medicine who are the victims people in their thirties and forties are the ones reporting it but the folks in the twenty six the Federal Trade Commission they're the ones most susceptible Quinlan says always know who you're buying from watch for quality issues even something like a damaged box if you suspect something you purchased online is a counterfeit reported at B. B. B. dot org Amanda factor come on news a wildfire burning east of Mount Rainier has scorched more than twenty five hundred acres and prompted officials to issue a mandatory evacuation notices for some homes couples Carlene Johnson has the update on the fire forcing evacuations along state route for ten near cliff dealt the so called left hand fires believed to have started from a lightning strike one week ago it's going to be a community meeting about that tonight at Nile community church at six o'clock before the start of last week in southern Oregon really blew up Monday to more than eleven thousand six hundred acres calling at the mile post ninety seven fire fire information officer Kyle read our this fires and all Firestar so there's already dead material from thirty years ago the still standing that's half rotten so it doesn't take much for that to burn to start falling down more than thirteen hundred firefighters working on this one near canyon bill in very rugged terrain this one was started by an illegal campfire last week it's also threatening to jump I five we can expect delays.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Was on his break outside a nearby store when he says he heard gunshots and then says he saw a man carjacker couple in the drive thru line he was I don't know if you maybe twenties thirties he had a mean code on like a fur coat pulling insurance is the man then took off in the couple's car but didn't get far because he says Derian police caught right up to him and apparently forced the car into a planter island he had a minor gunshot wound king county sheriff's investigators couldn't say if this was related to the death of a three year old boy Saturday in Normandy park Brian Harris como newsies so called botox banded went before a judge in king county court today or in the club and is accused of going to at least three medical spas on the side racking up thousands and spa services then bolting club in faces second degree theft among other charges today the judge set her bail at twenty thousand dollars ordered her to not go near skin care businesses new reports as the Federal Aviation Administration gave bowling almost complete control over certifying the seven thirty seven MAX then realize the agency had been kept in the dark about a system implicated in two deadly crashes couples Corwin hake reports it's the latest evidence of regulatory lapses leading up to those crashes more than a dozen current and former Boeing and FAA employees who spoke with The New York Times say the FAA granted Boeing almost complete responsibility for certifying the Max after the lion air disaster last fall the report says F. A. A. engineers came to the troubling realization they didn't fully understand the automated system that helps send the plane into a fatal nose dive a statement from Boeing to business insider today says that the FAA concluded the M. caste system quote met all certification and regulatory requirements for when he como news he continued grounding the seven thirty seven Max's causing frustration with airline executives in a conference call with investors Ryanair CEO Michael o'leary said the company had expected receive fifty eight of the planes by the end of next year and and it could well move we don't get there together CNBC analyst Phil lebeau says it'll be important for Boeing to have a software update ready to go the next several weeks if it's clear that they're not gonna be able to submit this in time for it to return to service by the end of the year there's a strong chance that they may have to suspend production Boeing has repeatedly said safety is its top priority small child Everitt suffers critical injuries after falling from a window this morning almost Kelly Bleier report the every fire department got the call just after ten this morning a small child believed to be around five fell twenty five feet out of the window to concrete below Steve go forth his efforts assistant fire chief now we're talking with the Americans that are obviously distraught everyone is on the move the child a language Beria prevented the fire department from getting more information the child was taken to Providence hospital in Everett and remains in critical condition Kelly blir komo news fire burning in the Okanagan Eiichi National Forest has scorched about twenty five hundred acres and has several homes under evacuation notices the left hand fires burning their kid a test in the Rock Creek drainage area started nearly a week ago with lightning strikes but blew up Saturday and gusty winds a month of events culminate this week with C. fair weekend the home stretch includes fleet week which the commander of navy region northwest federal Scott grazes a nice homecoming for sailors who face the world's challenges twenty four hours a day offending our country around the world on every ocean to protect our way of life and to protect the American people and protect the prosperity that we've enjoyed for many decades you see fear weekend events on Lake Washington include a show from the navy's blue angels in their bowling F. A. eighteen Hornets going nearly as fast the raising of hydroplanes kicking up rooster trails the move at nearly two hundred miles per hour from twenty four seven news the news you want when you want to come on news hi Maxine frost with art Sanders now an update on the Harley exteriors.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Was on his break outside a nearby store when he says he heard gunshots and then says he saw a man carjacker couple in the drive thru line he was I don't know if maybe twenties thirties he had a mink coat on like a fur coat pulling insurance is the man then took off in the couple's car but didn't get far because he says Derian police caught right up to him and apparently forced the car into a planter island he had a minor gunshot wound king county sheriff's investigators couldn't say if this was related to the death of a three year old boy Saturday in Normandy park Brian Harris como news these so called botox banded went before a judge in king county court today Lauren that club in is accused of going to at least three medical spas on the east side racking up thousands and spa services then bolting club in faces second degree theft among other charges today the judge set her bail at twenty thousand dollars ordered her to not go near skin care businesses the report says the Federal Aviation Administration gave bowling almost complete control over certifying the seven thirty seven MAX then realize the agency had been kept in the dark about a system implicated in two deadly crashes couples Corwin hake reports it's the latest evidence of regulatory lapses leading up to those crashes more than a dozen current and former Boeing and FAA employees who spoke with The New York Times say the FAA granted Boeing almost complete responsibility for certifying the Max a departure from previous more limited delegation after the lion air disaster last fall the report says FAA engineers came to the troubling realization they didn't fully understand the automated system that helps send the plane into a fatal nose dive the report says the FAA scoured its files for information about the M. caste system and didn't find much a statement from Boeing to business insider today says that the FAA concluded the M. caste system quote met all certification and regulatory requirements Corwin hate komo news he continued grounding the seven thirty seven Max is causing frustration with airline executives in a conference call with investors Ryanair CEO Michael o'leary said the company had expected receive fifty eight of the planes by the end of next year and and it could well move to zero but we don't get there together CNBC analyst Phil lebeau says it'll be important for Boeing to have a software update ready to go the next several weeks if it's clear that they're not gonna be able to submit this in time for it to return to service by the end of the year there's a strong chance that they may have to suspend production Boeing has repeatedly said safety is its top priority small child ever it suffers critical injuries after falling from a window this morning call was Kelly Bleier report the every fire department got the call just after ten this morning a small child believed to be around five fell twenty five feet out of the window to concrete below Steve go forth his efforts assistant fire chief for one hour we're talking with the family because they're obviously distraught and I believe everyone is on the move the problem is that the child a language Beria prevented the fire department from getting more information the child was taken to Providence hospital in Everett and remains in critical condition Kelly Bleier komo news fire burning of the Okanagan Eiichi National Forest has scorched about twenty five hundred acres and has several homes under evacuation notices the left hand fires burning their kid a test in the Rock Creek drainage area started nearly a week ago with lightning strikes but blew up Saturday and gusty winds a month of events culminate this week with C. fair weekend the home stretch includes fleet week which the commander of navy region northwest we're at roll Scott grace is a nice homecoming for sailors who face the world's challenges twenty four hours a day offending our country around the world on every ocean to protect our way of life and to protect the American people and protect the prosperity that we've enjoyed for many decades you see their weekend events on Lake Washington include a show from the navy's blue angels in their bowling F. A. eighteen Hornets going nearly as fast the raising of hydroplanes kicking up rooster trails the move at nearly two hundred miles per hour comedies time ten ten and from the Harley exterior sports desk the night off for the streaking Seattle Mariners shoes Kohl's bill Swarts mediums are savoring an outstanding seven and three home stand including a four game sweep over the hapless Detroit Tigers Seattle resting up for Texas two step which begins tomorrow night in Houston major league baseball's trade deadline coming up Wednesday one pitcher who had a Cup of coffee was Seattle this season is on the move the Dodgers today sending lefties Zach Roscoe up to Saint Louis for money Seahawks wore shoulder pads for the first time in training camp today defensive coordinator Ken Norton juniors impressed by a first round draft choice defensive end LJ call your big strong fast just like we expected and he loves ball I think that is really going.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Started with Normandy park police trading gunshots with a man who took off and made his way to a fast food restaurant near one fifty eight and First Avenue south he'd risk Sean was on his break outside a nearby store when he says he heard gunshots and then says he saw a man carjacker couple in the drive thru line he was I don't know if you maybe twenties thirties he had a mink coat on like a fur coat the land Sean says the men then took off in the couple's car but didn't get far because he says Derian police caught right up to him and apparently forced the car into a planter island he had a minor gunshot wound king county sheriff's investigators couldn't say if this was related to the death of a three year old boy Saturday in Normandy park Brian Harris como news these so called botox banded went before a judge in king county court today Lauren Klavan owes accused of going to at least three medical spas on the side racking up thousands of spa services and then bolting Kavana faces second degree theft among other charges today the judge set her bail at twenty thousand dollars ordered her to not go near skin care businesses the report says the Federal Aviation Administration gave Boeing almost complete control over certifying the seven thirty seven MAX then realize the agency had been kept in the dark about a system implicated in two deadly crashes colors Corwin ache reports it's the latest evidence of regulatory lapses leading up to those crashes more than a dozen current and former Boeing and FAA employees who spoke with The New York Times say the FAA granted Boeing almost complete responsibility for certifying the Max a departure from previous more limited delegation after the lion air disaster last fall the report says FAA engineers came to the troubling realization they didn't fully understand the automated system that helped send the plane into a fatal nose dive the report says the FAA scoured its files for information about the M. caste system and didn't find much a statement from Boeing to business insider today says that the FAA concluded the M. caste system quote met all certification and regulatory requirements Corwin hate komo news continue grounding of the seven thirty seven Max's causing frustration with airline executives to a conference call investors Ryanair CEO Michael o'leary said the company had expected receive fifty eight of the planes by the end of next year would move to hand and could well move to zero well we don't get there together CNBC analyst Phil lebeau says it will be important for Boeing to have the software update ready to go in the next several weeks it's clear that they're not gonna be able to submit this in time for it to return to service by the end of the year there's a strong chance that they may have to suspend production Boeing has repeatedly said safety as its top priority small child ever it suffers critical injuries after falling from a window this morning colors Kelly Bleier report the every fire department got the call just after ten this morning a small child believed to be around five fell twenty five feet out of the window to concrete below Steve go forth his efforts assistant fire chief now we're talking with the Americans are obviously distraught and I believe everyone is on the move to the province of British child a language Beria prevented the fire department from getting more information the child was taken to Providence hospital in Everett and remains in critical condition Kelly blir komo news by burning on the can I can win at she National Forest is scorched about twenty five hundred acres and has several homes under evacuation notices the left hand fires burning your kid a test of the Rock Creek drainage area started nearly a week ago with a lightning strike blew up Saturday in gusty winds motherhood events culminate this week with C. fair weekend the home stretch includes fleet week which the commander of navy region northwest rear admiral Scott grace as is a nice homecoming for sailors a face the world's challenges twenty four hours a day offending our country around the world on every ocean to protect our way of life and to protect the American people and protect the prosperity that we've enjoyed for many decades CC fear weekend events on Lake Washington included show from the navy's blue angels in their bowling F. A. eighteen Hornets and going nearly as fast the raising of hydroplanes kicking a rooster tails as they move at nearly two hundred miles an hour comedies time is eight ten and from Harley exterior sports desk at night off the streaking for the streaking Seattle Mariners this call was bills warts freedoms are savoring an outstanding seven.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"The summer of twenty twenty to thirty Mayweather moved to twenty okay and and could well move to zero we don't get there together pretty quickly with the regulators last week Boeing said it hopes to have the plane back in the year by October Boeing in the FAA say safety is the top priority here Charlie harder colonial surgeon investigations under way to figure out how the three year old boy died in Normandy park police were called to his home around five last night they tried CPR but sadly he died the circumstances of the boy's death are raising concerns now several agencies are investigating the mother's boyfriend was arrested but not on about on unrelated charges small child is critically injured after falling out of a window an average come was Kelly Bleier has the latest small child believed to be around the age of five fell out the window around ten this morning Steve go forth as ever it's assistant fire chief our reports are to be on the concrete floor side it wasn't the one in the Berkshires it would be a little softer a language Beria prevented firefighters from finding out more information the child was taken to Providence hospital never and remains in critical condition Kelly Bleier come on news fire burning on the can aqua net chief National Forest grew over the weekend and several homes are now under mandatory evacuation notices the left hand fired your kid at Tess was started by lightning nearly a week ago twenty six homes are under a level three get out now evacuation in the rock creek drainage area strong winds have contributed to the growth of the fire estimated at about twenty five hundred acres the highlight of this year's big C. fair festival is just days away see fair we can on Lake Washington in the hydroplane race is just off stand Sears pits H. one hydro racing league director Ron Terry says they're taking the sport into the future to further engage and grow the audience with live drone shots and things like that I'm experimenting with different ways to deliver that to to people not only just here but all over the world so be looking for to someone that the we can also includes the air show capped off by the blue angels return and know why ninety closures for their practice or shows it's all fleet week so also fleet week so you'll have the chance to go down to the pier visit chips from the US navy and Coast Guard as well as the royal Canadian navy come on his time seven ten and from the Harley exterior sports desk the Seahawks rookie down please extra attention for the twelve years come was built forts in Renton day four of sea hawks camp with the first time players were wearing shoulder pads big things expected from rookie receiver DKA Metcalf a six three physical specimen out of Ole miss downplaying any hi P. might be getting from the fans nobody in one one of my life so I just got to keep the same mentality he learned lots about pro football life from his dad NFL guard Terrence med cap no because of having him around I mean I got to be around a growing up got.

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KOMO

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Was on my bumper again and at this time he I had felt something hit the back of my neck and glasses start falling around the track the guy sped off before you get a license of what appeared to be a white Honda accord a prelude to save a troll told her it was a BB gun that was used I'm all emotional I don't know I mean I'm just glad it was just a baby and not a real gun no serious injuries but just a shocking experience in Ording Kingsolver each come morning a small boy in average suffering critical injuries after falling from a window this morning couples Kelly Blair reports the every fire department got the call just after ten this morning a small child believed to be around five fell twenty five feet out of the window to concrete below Steve go forth his efforts assistant fire chief for one hour we're talking with the for Americans are obviously distraught and I believe everyone is on the move to the province of the child a language Beria prevented the fire department from getting more information the child was taken to Providence hospital in Everett and remains in critical condition Kelly blir komo news a fire sparked by lightning nearly a week ago northwest of Natchez more than doubled in size over the weekend to roughly twenty five hundred acres strong winds drove the left and fire on the ridge above the state route for ten quarter and Howard hunter at incident command tales como state resources arrived late last week we've been here three days we have twenty one engines ten all characters in almost five hundred personnel level three evacuation notices have been issued to twenty two residences in the Rock Creek drainage another two hundred fifty residences along both sides of state route for ten on level two meeting be ready to go if the order comes a firefighter was her last night while battling the mile post ninety seven fire near Canyonville Oregon that's about two hundred miles south of Portland the firefighter was reportedly hit by some kind of rolling to breed he was taken to the hospital and has already been released authorities say he may have suffered a concussion that fires burned at least eleven thousand acres and broke out the night of July twenty fourth the result of a suspected illegal campfire almost Frank Lenzi we're getting word of a shooting near southwest a hundred fifty eight street and First Avenue south and beer and we don't have any other confirm details but police are asking you to stay away from that area and we've got a reporter on the way and we will update you as we learn more the so called botox bandit went before a judge in king county court today Lauren Klavan is accused of going to at least three medical spas on the side racking up thousands in spa services and then bolting live on faces second agree theft among other charges today the judge set her bail at twenty thousand dollars in order not to go near any skin care businesses a Seattle tradition seven decades old continues this week come was Ryan Harris tells us what you can expect to see their weekend it's a family event so there will be lots of fun activities and plenty to eat but what gets people gathered around stand say or spits on Lake Washington is the hydroplane races which two time winner you six miss home street.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Child was taken to Providence hospital never and remains in critical condition Kelly Bleier come on news a fire burning on the Okanagan one at G. National Forest grew over the weekend and several homes are now under mandatory evacuation notices it's the left hand fire near canton tasked with that was started by lightning and about a week ago Howard hunters from incident command the real big challenge here is the terrain as you look to some pictures on the Facebook page you'll see photos of rock blocks and so you get to breathe burning inside and in between those rocks and you can't get a fire fire down in there and so we have our ten helicopters are being busy twenty six homes are under a level three evacuation that means get out now strong winds have contributed to the growth of the fire estimated at about twenty five hundred acres nearly five hundred firefighters are working to contain it a firefighter suffered a concussion while battling a wildfire in Canyonville Oregon last night that's about two hundred miles south of Portland he was apparently hit by some sort of rolling debris the mile post ninety seven fire started July twenty fourth it was the result of a suspected illegal campfire and it has burned at least eleven thousand acres the firefighter has already been released from the hospital a video of an animal encounter made the rounds on social media over the weekend and as couples Brian Kelberg tells us it clearly illustrates what not to do one of their runs it you it was taken at Jasper national park in Alberta Canada it shows a black bear ambling across a pedestrian bridge a bridge filled with pedestrian Israel guides will tell you these days it's very likely you'll cross paths with the bear on your next time in the last five years any more instances of conflicts with aeration is video might very well reveal why many of the people on the bridge began running away from the bear that's a big no no one man on the bridge got it right when he yelled bear ran right on by likely just as scared as the people on the bridge Nicholas jord with the department of fish and wildlife says being still and never turning your back to a bear those are good moves and keep in mind the bare frightens easier than you might think so what we are normal phrase is get out of here you can very few of the people on the bridge deal with the experts suggest they turn from the bear and ran George says get plowed and face yogi bear spray in the woods at all times just don't run or turn your back up there is a quick a hungry bear even quicker Brian Kelberg komo news rooster tails and that high pitched roar of the hydroplane engines among the familiar sights and sounds that mark Seafair weekend more from Thomas Ryan Harris you'll also hear the roar.

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KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KOMO

"Five in the northbound direction approaching the machine curve through downtown north bound on the highway ninety nine looking at a pretty heavy through the tunnel right now our next call mall traffic at ten fourteen here's your forecast drum set point gorgeous a few last days of July as we head into August we are starting about increase the cloud cover just a bit it's a little bit of something for everyone but gorgeous out there on this Monday hi temps in the low eighties as we're talking mostly sunny skies only possible what day is Friday but next weekend is looking a okay I'm set point in the cold weather center right now sixty seven and sunny downtown at ten OO five twenty minutes of nonstop news continues a wildfire east about right here in the Okanagan when actually National Forest has a couple dozen homes under mandatory evacuation orders people in two hundred seventy more homes are being told to be ready to leave at a moment's notice the so called left hand fire has burned about twenty five hundred acres it's believed to have started from a lightning strike on July twenty third drivers are being asked to avoid the area if possible but highway for ten is still open a broken regulatory process contributed to the deadly crashes of two Boeing seven thirty seven MAX planes that's what current and former employees with Boeing in the Federal Aviation Administration say in a new report more from couples Corwin ache unnamed employees speaking to The New York Times say Boeing kept the FAA in the dark about the M. cast flight control software implicated in the two Max crashes after the line air crash last fall the report says the FAA realized its files contain almost no information about M. casts the sources also say the amount of federal certification work on the Max delegated.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KTOK

"You're in charge of finding out what happened here years ago that's right would it work what is it like on a daily basis was that means for you how do you go about doing this it's exciting we have a plan we have areas where we think there might be Jefferson artifacts located we test those areas we look at the historical documents and then we start digging and we see what we find well it's amazing there because he would tell me that everyone thinks Jefferson wrote everything down yeah but in reality he has thousands and thousands of documents but we find out that he didn't write everything down we have found dozens of places where people are living on this plantation keeping never doctor never document is so crystal you have how many acres to go through the Thomas Jefferson foundation on twenty five hundred and the original five thousand acres and is is to identify site carefully activate them and and try to tell story about the people that lived and worked there similar things very discovered in digging recently there some of the things we discovered recently have been more local to the top of the mountain where the visitor guests coming see we're going more more about the Sally Hemings part of the Jefferson legacy when you discovered a year year and a half ago I find fascinating do you want to show everybody what you found over there is the main part of the houses for the houses this is the south wing service was constructed in eighteen oh nine south Italy in here was person and then in seventeen into the top selling you taking me so we are in the basement and Jefferson went up stairs and his wife Martha on the main house was being constructed so this down here was the basement on the third to the kitchen forty years saying you mention this was one of the regional yeah this this this basement certification Walmart Thomas were living on their services were enslaved cooks prepared meals for Jefferson his family and gas for four years and if you look at the construction you say this is over did you go what do you need to tell you can put an elephant on these beams on eight inch centers so you could definitely support a lot of weight Mrs Jefferson's first realization of his experimentation with architecture it is a method to you read your research this site is something to see try to find here so we looked at the Jefferson injury we saw that he drew a sort of stew stoves we saw your dresser he's he's planning for his first catch and we decided today in this area decided to restore this space as a wash house originally this room was awash house after it was a kitchen but we started digging and started realizing that we were finding evidence first Jan very slowly with shovels and trousers and don't text we've down in the dirt came across some really incredible fine and here it is over the top away from the public to reach is the framework for this is a set of masonry stew stuff this is the historical quote one of a modern day cooking ranger stove top so this is where in sleep find French cuisine James Cummings what has been teaching fish here and making custards and no way and do the job for some really high a liking for a so you see the different break and what it means as usual you can leave it like this right you're not going to reconstitute that's right yeah we're gonna leave it exposed for the public in seeing kind of worried about the archaeological process and what does it mean for you personally when you find out in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen something new to a store called like this exciting this is a really important part of history we get to tell the story a little bit more completely search his family we get to learn about the people that lived and worked here it's really special so this team from this room that's right all these artifacts recovered from the cell it was deposited here in eighteen oh nine so all these are objects that probably originated in the kitchen yard which is right outside on you can see the different ceramics that we have we have Chinese porcelain with Canary where which is a type of early ceramic on you can see her aware and cream where lots of evidence of daily life the one thing the Jefferson brings in maybe others don't is a true global field he somebody from travel that's right and bring it back that's right so when he was over in France he really had an affinity towards French cooking so French cooks use ache so these are eggshells and slave cooks in the space or been cooking things like migraines Jefferson is bringing equipment on he's bringing knowledge is bringing vision back with him from France and using it here at Monticello in this kitchen and of course there's a lot of wind there is a line so dear can crystal when you get a job like this to look at the past trying to expand and expand on the story how do you approach it I look around this so much land how do you approach there's twenty five hundred acres that the foundation of the five thousand acres of Thomas Jefferson and we have to systematically go over the land as I mentioned Jefferson's documents talked about a lot he didn't mention everything so we have to find what he didn't mention so we systematically excluding over the land looking for where people live reading out reading out thousands of acres yeah we reverse landscape winter we day shovel test and I am under all that data into a database on and we and we look at distribution center you're out where people are living digging around the property that doesn't really appear unless you actually were doing your job crystal constructed structures on building and these are places where slaves were living and working so visitors when their living quarters were like work spaces really been able to learn a lot about this two story seven history the Jefferson family in the story of a slave and what do you see now about the life of slaves I think something that we've learned is that it's all intertwined so they are two stories but they're very interconnected you can't have one without the other they really are complementary and a lot of ways and I think that you know sleeves are the ones that are powering Jefferson's versions of Jefferson has this fantastic vision and sleep in the lines implementing it right every day when you are you excited that this might be the day we find something else they will be able to shed more light on the most fascinating people in our history G. in a lot of cases is the only way to do it you can't get to it to the documentary record or thirteen teams are objects archaeology is the only way to get to this information and what does it mean to archaeology to this story it's part of the life blood of the stories told here this archaeology coupled with other world history project really makes the story a Montello come alive it's not just a family it's it's a family of a hundred not a family of very interesting and lastly what do you say what are the goals for the next five years next ten years right report kind of synthesize all of the work that we've done over the past five years on to the public Myerson make ourselves more visible in the community and excavate the feel quarter sites and learn more about the people that are living on the plantation damn right at everything now that's up to you guys fox nations what made America great with trying to kill me coming up GT.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Thomas Jefferson foundation on twenty five hundred and the original five thousand acres and this is to identify site carefully excavate them and and try to tell a story about the people that lived and worked there similar things he very discovered in digging recently Derek some of the things we discovered recently have been more local to the top of the mountain where the visitor guests coming see willing more more about the Sally Hemings part of the Jefferson legacy when you discovered a year year and a half ago I find fascinating do you want to show everybody what you found over there is the main part of houses for the houses this is the south wing service was constructed in eighteen oh nine south Italy in here was person and then in seventeen into the top story taking me so we are in the basement of the south and Jefferson went up stairs and his wife Martha on the main house was being constructed so this down here was the basement on the third to the kitchen forty years saying you mention this comes on regional this this this basement certification Walmart Thomas were living there so this is where inflation cooks prepared meals for Jefferson his family and gas for four years and if you look at the construction you say this is over did you go what do you need to tell you can put it these beams on eight inch centers so you can definitely support a lot of weight this is Jefferson's first realization of his experimentation with architecture this is a message do you read your research and decide is something to see we love the Jefferson we saw that he drew access to stoves we saw your dresser he's he's planning for his first catch and we decided today in this area restore this space as a wash house originally this room was awash house after with the kitchen but we started taking a started realizing that we were finding evidence first Jan very slowly with shovels and trousers and don't text we've down in the dirt came across some really incredible fine and here it is over the top away from the public to reach is the framework for this is a set of masonry stew so if this is the historical one of a modern day cooking ranger stove top this is where in sleep fine French cuisine James Cummings would have then touching fish here and making custards and no way and do the job for some really high a liking for so interesting so you see the different break and what it means as usual flooring course you leave it like this right here are going to reconstitute that's right yeah we're gonna leave it exposed for the public learn about the archaeological process and what does it mean for you personally when you find out in two thousand sixteen two thousand seventeen something new to a store called like this I think fighting this is a really important part of history to tell the story a little bit more completely third family we get to learn about the people that lived and worked here it's really special says his team from this room that's right all these artifacts are covered from the fell it was deposited here in eighteen oh nine so all these are objects that probably originated in the kitchen yard which is right outside and you can see the different ceramic so we have we have Chinese porcelain with Canary where which is a type of early ceramic on you can see her aware and cream where lots of evidence of daily life the one thing the Jefferson brings in maybe others don't is a true global field he somebody travel that's right bring it back that's right so when he was over in France he really had an affinity towards French cooking so French cooks use on extended their eggshells and slave cooks in the space or been cooking things like mine Jefferson is bringing equipment on he's bringing knowledge is bringing vision back with him from France and using it here at Monticello in this kitchen and of course there's a lot of wind there is a line so dear can crystal when you get a job like this to look at the past trying to expand and expand on the story how do you approach it I look around this so much land how do you approach there's twenty five hundred acres the foundation of the five thousand acres of Thomas Jefferson and we have to systematically go over the land as I mentioned Jefferson's documents talked about a lot and it didn't mention everything so we have to find what he didn't mention so we systematically excavate over the land looking for where people live still are you reading how are you reading now yeah thousands of acres yeah we rehearsed landscape winter we day shovel test and I am all that data into a database on and we and we look at distribution maps and figure out where people are living first team around the property that doesn't really appear unless you actually were doing your job crystal every constructed structures on building and these are places where slaves are living and working so when their living quarters were like really been able to learn a lot about this two story seven history the Jefferson family in the story of a slave and what do you see now about the life of slaves I think something that we've learned is that it's all intertwined so they are two stories but they're very interconnected you can't have one without the other they really are complementary and a lot of ways and I think that you know sleeves are the ones that are powering Jefferson's visions of Jefferson has this fantastic vision and sleeves and no one's implementing it right every day when you are you excited that this might be the day we find something else they will be able to shed more light on the most fascinating people in our history and archaeology and a lot of cases is the only way to do it you can't get to it to the documentary record or thirteen teams are objects archaeology is the only way to get to this information and what does it mean to archaeology to this story it's part of the life blood of the stories told here this archaeology coupled with other world history projects really makes the story a Montello come alive it's not just a family it's a family of a hundred not a family of very interesting and lastly what do you say what are the goals for the next five years next ten years right report kind of synthesize all of the work that we've done over the past five years get on to the public Myers and make ourselves more visible in the community and excavate the feel quarter sites and learn more about the people that are living on the plantation damn write down everything now that's up to you guys fox nations what made America great with trying to kill me coming up looking to energize your career the nuclear security enterprise is hiring the national nuclear security administration is.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Be linked to one of the utilities power lines the far united tuesday afternoon and was fully contained yesterday fire burned nearly twenty five hundred acres just east of king city no buildings were destroyed and no one was hurt in a statement p._g. confirmed that a power line went down and his investigating what caused the line to fall mecum mugabe snooze ninety three point one kathy k now traffic and weather together leaving nine oh three i'm bob williams in the traffic center of the dog reportedly running in the lanes northbound ninety nine just south of dillard roka's of help on the way and hopefully the animal comes to its senses course it's it's an animal's what's going to do what it's going to do careful out there trucks will rhode yellow county line east and westbound eighty sweeper trucks are out tonight that'll be work until four o'clock we've got reduced lanes causing some slowdowns coming out of newcastle right now east of penn road to sierra college boulevard alternating link closures through six a._m. grinding and paving operation continues and we've got work on the eastbound side from sierra college boulevard east of monroe that same type of situation but it's going to go on through seven o'clock where also what working tonight on the river bridge east and westbound one way controlled traffic from north front street and revisted the junction of highway one sixty at goes on through six a._m. spot a problem tell us about it on the cave became traffic tip line dial pound two fifty eight traffic next update at nine thirty three traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons bob williams news nine Ninety three point one k K. partly cloudy for tonight the low fifty seven tomorrow sunshine will be mixed with some clouds high eighty three patchy clouds tomorrow night down to fifty three degrees and for saturday we'll see plenty of sunshine eighty-six degrees amac you weatherbeaten corologis danielle niddle news ninety three point one kenneth p._k. sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather news ninety three point one af p._k..

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"It's a responsibility to do their job. Saturday's rally here in Sacramento starts at eleven thirty on the north lawn of the state capital danger continues to plague the American river where currents are running swift, and temperatures are extremely cold on Thursday. Fisherman was rescued from the river around bath after suffering a medical emergency which led him to being swept up by the current at around nine fifteen. The call came in reporting, an unresponsive person in the water near elemental river access part Sacramento county sheriff's deputy department and a metro fire. Helicopter assisted in the rescue that person taken to a nearby hospital by helicopter CPR performed while in the air the victims, recovering. Well firefighters are hoping to have the sand fire burning in yolo county one hundred percent contained by this weekend as of this morning. Containment was at ninety eight percent the fire which broke out six days ago was pushed by gusting winds and hot temperature. They crews are working to strengthen the existing fire lines while mopping-up hotspot seven non residential buildings have been lost to the fire. It's burned just over twenty five hundred acres. There have been two minor injuries. But we did get off somewhat easy by, you know, California wildfire standards there in a lot of that has to do with the cooperation of web of the past few days. The winds having died down the temperatures now coming back down below the triple digits, all that really aiding the firefighters in their effort to get containment of the sand fire. Yes. And of course, just for everyone else just having this break in the heat has been. Really a welcome thing of people here. People were sleeping better at night. And you're not having to run the air conditioner so much. Yeah. But he will come back. But at least we will we'll just enjoy the weekend before we get to that shall.

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"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty five hundred acres" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Yellow county ever since Saturday Cal fire says the wildfire in steep brush, did grow to just over twenty five hundred acres at sixty percent contained now whether in the area expected to be hot this afternoon, though, gusty winds up to twenty miles per hour. More than eleven hundred firefighters remain on the lines and highway sixteen is closed between Ramsey and highway twenty we are under a flex alert until ten pm tonight. And then we have were just coming in the thirteen thousand people in the bay area are now without power, and most of the bay area is in triple digit temperatures. Well, we go in depth now on what to do in the lights. Go out PG knee over the weekend turned off the power for thousands of northern Californians for about fifteen hours, riding out a windstorm storm that the utility worried could sin power lines into trees told grass and touch off a wildfire. Johnny has been ruled responsible for. Wildfires in northern California before including last year's deadly campfire, which killed eighty five people. And now PG says it will preemptively cut power in dangerous conditions without edges that it says could last several days and that as you can imagine has spurred an interest in generators something to supply power to your house. When the main power goes out, a lot of people have portable generators there enough to keep the freezer, cold and a lighter to on, but not much more as the Sacramento area has grown out to the foothills where the outages are likely to be more frequent, a lot of homeowners faced with the idea of days without electricity and hot weather are asking just what it would take to keep everything, especially the air conditioning running the answer is a whole house generator, but as Jason Hansen president of Sierra Pacific whole solar heating and air told me, it's not a simple.

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