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02:26 min | 5 months ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Blocked the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors to go into these axis boundaries that really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse of timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of an imperfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Brian Harris komo news at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news players global propelling Sharon's money update stocks began the new week with a powerful rally fueled largely by optimism.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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02:14 min | 5 months ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Roadblocks blocked the social and make impact will it have as we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries that really are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the Weyerhaeuser timber company is concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that ma'am Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Manned roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries yeah three are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer ask former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the Weyerhaeuser timber company is concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the man was about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that ma'am Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's a difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that and I'm not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo news.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:32 min | 5 months ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"The manned roadblocks the social and economic impact will it have if we put the boundary in one place rather than other places how many people are we putting out of work and so there is a lot of social political and economic factors that go into these axis boundaries yeah three are beyond our concern in fact the thousand Weyerhaeuser logging jobs in the money for rural schools they generated were at stake if the eruption hadn't been on a Sunday many of those loggers might have been hurt or killed the eruption also led to a lawsuit which included claims John Sandifer asked former governor dixy Lee ray about point blank did you cut a deal with George Weyerhaeuser to leave that open I could get very angry if somebody says that to me no I never cut a deal with anybody for anything like that at all and so far as the warehouse of timber companies concerned I didn't even speak about it Mr Houser or any official from his company before the boundaries were set but I'm not stupid I knew people were working in there I knew that they had their their jobs were at stake and the logging industry and the whole wood products industry has been in a in a depressed area condition for a long time there's another interview with governor dixy Lee ray as it pertains to George Weyerhaeuser in which she says I know him personally I see him often and when the model is about to erupt I saw him more than that and we talked about the problem now what do you suppose that man Weyerhaeuser eventually settled the suit and maintained it wasn't responsible for any of the deaths man the state wasn't held responsible because the judge dismissed it as a defendant Dr Seth Moran scientist in charge at the USGS cascades volcano observatory tells me science comes with a lot of uncertainties but that they need to speak with one voice there's oftentimes not an absolute answer and it's important for us to be able to communicate that to people for people to understand that there is some wiggle room and possible outcomes that's difficult for people to deal with I understand that I'd certainly experiencing that right now that does not not entirely certain how I should be acting but I'm not about and that's just because of them perfect understanding of the current situation but ultimately Moran says the role of science is to minimize the uncertainties as much as possible Ryan Harris komo news companies time wanting him just go with our propellant sure it's money update optimism about a potential coronavirus vaccine gave stocks a huge lift today the market finishing with Bradham sharp gains the Dow industrials jumped nine hundred twelve points the nasdaq composite gained two.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

11:30 min | 5 months ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"With a landslide or would be perfect triggered the landslide but regardless of the landslide instantaneously removed all the pressure that had been on action to keep the mad love that had been intruding into the volcano over the previous two months from coming out in the back but just frost out right away and tremendous tremendous explosion was the result of that and the lateral blast that I came out of the volcano really just decimated that that tremendously wide area and in just a matter of about ten minutes they aren't that bad big big chunk of the volcano had fallen off the roof of one of the largest recorded landslide in human history and huge swaths of land that had once been littered forest had been cleaned out a large ash cloud had started to develop and fifty seven lives have been lost how long did that part of the eruption continue she's also the initial phase was what about ten minutes and then the the volcano I went into a phase of a more of a vertical column and in that whole part of the option lasted for the better part of nine hours and was there till the evening of may eighteenth that things have actually started to calm down looking back at that time what were the most important things that were learned from the eruption sh well the biggest lesson was the landslide the scale of the land side in that okay those can do things like this and before nineteen eighty there really hasn't been any good examples of that kind of process that have been described in literature turned out there was one **** up and can talk a bit me on the back in the nineteen fifties had election that was somewhat similar to what happened nothing happened but that with the Cold War and the science wasn't really easy to access so with nineteen eighty without landslide was also incredibly well witnessed with photographers all over the side of the option of recording indication of that event that it was a pretty good understanding of how it developed was polite she grows out of the rapidly and then also the deposits were laid bare and over the next months and years geologists scramble all over the deposit and characterized it and publish studies about her colleagues to look at it and then folks started going out to other volcanoes in the night everything around the world and started seeing similar kinds of deposit that had been produced by bands that were you know tens or even hundreds of thousands of years old and the global box logical community started gaining an appreciation that this is something that is something that happened at volcanoes and is potentially part of what should be considered in a volcano hazards assessment so over the last forty years how has the the mountain the volcano been studied what kind of a geological studies have been conducted there's been a huge wide range and in the nineteen eighties and that the first focus kinds of efforts were on volcano aggression forecasting there were twenty elections that followed the may eighteen a Russian and a relatively quickly scientists started observing patterns and different kinds of monitoring data streams on the side the side of things there was a progressive increase the numbers of perfection cyberspace as well as the change in earthquake hi that was a trend that started being used to inform forecasts for when nothing all those when you're up next on the certain definitions out of things hi I just read the crater with tape measures measuring the lips of cracks and other things as the cracks inside that was a diagnostic okay a report your option and also looking at looking at gases and looking at told there were all these different kind of gives them better put together and integrated they allowed scientists are USGS university of Washington so you can't really really good at forecasting the timing of the onset of Russians towards the end of the Russian high grade the the accuracy working on the order of a half a day every day which is really remarkable cells you know that that was a huge success story and provide a lot of optimism that forecasting with something that would be a achievable goal down the road I was about and changed over the last forty years well it had to where it has made progress at rebuilding itself there was the nineteen eighty eighty six hi this frame when a lot of the home was built in the crater to the tune of about ninety million cubic meters and then again in two thousand four there was no other option that was a continuous eruption that lasted for well over three years and that are basically double the size of the lava domes in the crater still has a ways to go another thing that's happened in the crater is the formation of a glacier which is now formally called the crater glacier and that developed in the nineteen eighties and started moving in the nineties and then the two thousand four correction occurred right in the middle of it and push it off to the side and greatly increase the rate of advancement and today that flowed out almost reached the lip of the crater in the northern breach and it is one of the only glaciers and then I think that is advancing right now all right so that the the landscape has has really changed a lot in the crater since it was first formed on may eighteenth house improvements in technology changed the way you study volcanoes Akash what what hadn't changed it that's that down power is at that but the new tradition of computers has really dramatically increased the types of instruments that we can put out and the dynamic range that they have out there so just looking at seismometers back in nineteen eighty what was out there was very limited in terms of the range of motions that could record and still stay on scale and that was actually one of the issues of the day if you're rushing about all the different that were in close that survived the Russian look way off scale so we lost a lot of the understanding of what happened during the first few moments of that but nowadays that monitors I had a much wider dynamic range there are now a lot more power they're smaller in addition to that there's things like GPS which wasn't even a technology that was available to the public in nineteen eighty that's widely available now and if the primary way that we use to track surface definition knowledge without GPS receivers and they can tell us that the ground has moved on the order several millimeters which is no really really really really small ground motion and not something that was really possible background edition that you can think of all the other things that we use today webcams as one primary example back in nineteen eighty in order to observe the volcano we had to have observers at the volcano and that'll David Johnston was doing when he was killed in the election and today we what we are able to use webcams to serve that role in a lot of instances in what ways is the mountain still active today we do you know you look at it you don't see anything going on but what's really happening up there well it is not most seismically active volcano in the cascade shall we get a couple respects today that are located in it's been that way since two thousand eight and actually in between the nineteen eighty six and two thousand for Russian that was also that way but it has a fairly high background seismicity rates and our understanding of what's causing a lot of those earthquakes to occur is that there are some fluids moving upwards from depths and there is some pressure increases happening it up it's all very slow and it's part of the process of the volcano and recharging and getting ready for the next election which we believe is not anywhere close to right now it's years decades down the road but you know their effects are are our primary sign that that the volcano is still active you can also go out there on on Oct number dated fifteen coming off of the lot of complex and that's a sign that John Nagl is now recently rocketed and it's still cooling at the surface and and all the volcanic condo still looks like an active looking at the services well what is the current research seeking to learn there's a lot of questions one one of them is are you know how much magma down there where is it stored and there was a big group of university and federal scientists that she did a series of experiments that were called I'm much starting back in twenty fourteen to try and more precisely image the magnetic system that underlies nothing happens and there are some interesting things that you know that they're there wasn't really any large success stories in terms of finding out a lot of magnet that we didn't sort of already know what what was there but yeah that that's that's one of the servers that both the areas we're also learning more about you know some aside Malik and also can help my my own specialty we're learning a lot about interpreting seismic signals and we've reached our currency of some experiments that I've put a lot of instruments we've learned that for example some of the seismic signal that we have been interpreting as rock falls which is a very common thing to happen in the crater out now that the crater walls are very unstable and and there are rock falls probably Connelly but you'll also not after witnessing them so I tried to use the signals and that's our tradition of that looked like a waterfall but we're learning that some of those signals have earthquakes and belted in the that are a little bit deeper and also gave evidence that the shallow pardon my system is still alive and well do we have enough monitoring of the cascades volcanoes she will not be known that the gold standard we've got twenty seismometers twenty GPS instruments a real time gas center couple took me a couple of webcams and know the volcano has that level of of monitoring in the cascades are others that are close for new year's got about half of that not here again we'll have half of knocked out by the end of the summer I live very in pretty good shape but then you got other volcanoes backs we consider to be very high threat like nothing else not mean you're not Adams that are volcanoes like mount Baker English geek which are basically has one seismic station and is located that has produced explosive eruptions one thirteen thousand after years ago that was maybe five times as large as making nineteen eighty so I'm not looking to be for sure want to have a better network on their end and we are working with for service on a permitting process to improve monitoring at that particular volcano right now that's separate a seismologist with USGS cascades volcano observatory in Vancouver on what's been learned since the eruption of mount St Helens forty years ago Oregon's congressional delegation is working on covert nineteen related legislation and that includes absentee voting.

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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04:19 min | 2 years ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Moved, by her music TMZ reports Aretha 's family is planning to hold a public. Memorial to accommodate a very large number, of Washington's attorney general says he's got another win against the White House. AG Bob Ferguson joined with, other attorneys general from across the country to sue the EPA after that agency moved to block the Obama era chemical disaster rule. That rule increases the regulations and procedures at large chemical plants an appeals court sided with Ferguson, saying this is a matter of public safety and eat must. Go into effect according to the hill newspaper the Trump administration believes that rule is too expensive in. Unnecessarily burdensome, is unclear whether the administration, will appeal to a higher court Charlie Harger KOMO news Dozens of former intelligence officers expressing their opposition the President Trump's decision to revoke former, CIA director John Brennan security clearance, here's Brian shook a letter signed by sixty former Intel officials argues that the country will be weakened if a political litmus test determines who, can keep their clearances it also notes that, not everyone who signed the letter agrees with Brennan's political stances but they all believe former officials should be. Able to, express their views without fear of retaliation it. Comes after former top intelligence officials including several former CIA director's signed a letter in support. Of Brennan that's Brian shook reporting those raging California, wildfires affecting the rest of the nation in a most unpleasant way that story. From Tom Roberts scientists at NASA Jet, Propulsion lab say that high levels of carbon monoxide have spread across North. America reaching as far as, Texas the northeast and parts of Canada the noxious gases emitted from burning grass and trees and new satellite data shows that the. Air quality in several States is impacted experts at the high concentrations are mostly coming from the car fire, Mendocino complex fire Cranston fire and holy fire that's, Tom Roberts, reporting let's. Considered a very. High threat for eruption glacier. Peak and Barrington but the one and only monitoring station on the volcanoes expected to fail soon komo's Carleen Johnson explains. You leaders urging the US force service to give the go-ahead on a long-awaited project, to keep closer watch and glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory wants to add four stations and. Update the one they have now but they've been at this discussion point four years the delay according to. The Everett herald mostly over objections to place equipment in a wilderness area one size monitor and still back in two thousand one is expected to fail soon and four, years ago researchers mapped glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which led to maps, that show potential paths volcanic mudflows, called lahar burying communities still in Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the end of the last Ice, age they know the volcano has erupted repeatedly. At least six times including two outbursts five times, bigger than, the, blast that, blew. Mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson KOMO news A search for a missing hiker will continue this. Weekend it's, the, homeless county more than a dozen search dogs are expected to take part in the search, for Samantha, sayers who's, been missing since a day hike on Vespa p August I. As the search continues that. Trail headed Vespas peak will be closed through the day Saturday twenty four seven, news the news you want when you want it on. KOMO news I'm Paul Jackson KOMO sports now an update from komo's sports desk the, doctors beat the Mariners last night at Safeco field eleven to one the Seahawks are in Los Angeles today they face the charges in their second game of the preseason with preseason game number. Two we're now at twenty four. Days since Earl Thomas has started his training camp. Holdout Thomas facing over a million dollars in fines from. The Seahawks if they choose to follow through on. The financial punishment Seahawks moving right along with Thomas who really is a non factor is the hawks prepare for the. Season ahead, without, him and eighty five seventy seven win last night for the Seattle storm or the New, York liberty, storm clinched, the number one seed art Sanders set your home of the. Huskies KOMO news Nine thousand nine hundred. Before I was Queen Latifah it was always my parents dream for me to go to college to this day one of my biggest regrets is that I never finished I'm sure they would've, traded any of my walks down a red carpet Cassini walk in.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Was very You're fine I know you didn't mean to hurt me, and then now she just doesn't answer Smith says she'll accept whatever legal action. The prosecutor thinks is, best Brian Clark ABC news it's considered at a very high threat of eruption glacier peak and daring ten but the. One and, only monitoring station on the volcanoes expected to, fail soon komo's Carleen Johnson reports, two leaders urging the US force service to give, the go-ahead on a long-awaited project to, keep closer watch and glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory. Wants to add four stations update the one they have now but they've been at this discussion point, four years the delay according to the Everett herald mostly over, objections to place equipment in a wilderness area. One size monitor installed back in two thousand one is, expected to, fail soon and, four years ago researchers mapped glacier peak and. Hundreds of square miles around it which led to maps that. Show potential paths volcanic mud flows called lahar burying communities still in. Guam Skagit valleys Including daring ten and since the end of the, last ice age they know the volcano has repeatedly at least, six times including two outbursts five times bigger. Than the blast that blew mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson, KOMO, news KOMO AAA traffic every ten minutes on the, fours well we're not seeing any early morning problems that should be affecting, the ferry sailings when we started getting underway for, the first runs later this morning in. Tacoma I five northbound into coma. NewSouth m. street near fifty, four th we. Have some roadwork going on the rest of the, evening and we're looking good on both the floating bridges no problems on, the battery street tunnel your next report.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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03:42 min | 2 years ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Two forty four and, the KOMO, forecast now let's check in again with Seth Wayne temps in the, mid seventies looking good. Here on a Friday Saturday will burn off the clouds just a. Bit quicker that's temperatures to warm. Up to about eighty degrees or so low to mid eighties on Sunday mid eighties Monday, could get it stormy one or two On Tuesday we'll keep you posted have a great weekend. And enjoy the rest of your work. Week I'm Seth Wayne in the KOMO weather center in Seattle. Right now sunshine and seventy. Degrees at KOMO news KOMO news time to thirty, six the teenager who was pushed off of a sixty foot bridge near Vancouver says the friend who has now been charged with. Reckless endangerment for sending her plunging into the water below d'oeuvres. Deserves some jail time for nearly killing her today that eighteen year old speaking out for. The first time Taylor Smith told good Morning America she didn't mean to hurt her friends she wanted to jump in she was scared and. She had asked me to give her a push. And I didn't think about the consequences I thought should be fine Jordan holders and hit the water so hard it broke five ribs punctured her lung and left her with multiple other internal, injuries one man is dead after. Jumping from the five twenty bridge in order to get away from police komo's Brian Calvert has the latest. Just after one thirty this morning a state trooper pulled. The car over on the westernmost high rise of the span the suspect was handcuffed after the. Arresting trooper believed he was under the influence then this Happened it appears as though he was placing in the backseat of the car when, the suspects spun, free and went right for the railing, state patrol captain Ron Mead. Says the trooper tried. To stop the guy grabbed a hold of at least. One leg But the woman who was just, two great captains says no the trooper. Did not jump in after the guy because that would have been very unsafe but the fact, remains the, suspects still. In handcuffs was pulled from the water over a half an hour later than died at the. Hospital Ventura a fair thorough and transparent investigation I've, asked the Seattle police department to conduct an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the suspect death Brian Calvert, KOMO news what started as, a report of a. Stabbing turned into a homicide investigation, into comas hilltop neighborhood this. All happened just after two o'clock this morning they. Had a call from someone that a man needed help, that man, around forty years old medics, rushed him. To the hospital but he died komo's Denise Whitaker says this happened here twenty-first and south m. street just a few blocks from Saint, Joseph medical center the search is on for. A man seen. On tape sabotaging bike share brake lines in Seattle Soto neighborhood komo's Bill o.'neil has more Seattle police department says the man can be seen on. Tape walking up to several bikes at fourth avenue south in Maine before midnight on June fourteenth that's when Apparently used some sort of cutting tool on, the, banks breaks then walked away the same man can also be seen in surveillance photos about. A month earlier damaging one single bike near fourth in Holgate detectives have been investigating a number of similar incidents and other parts of the, city whoever this man hasn't been linked. To any of those at this point the low Neil KOMO news it's considered a very high, threat for, eruption glacier. Peak endearing ten but the one and only monitoring station on the volcano is expected to fail. Soon komo's Carleen Johnson reports two leaders urging the, US force service to give the go-ahead on a long-awaited project to keep closer watch glacier peak USGS, cascade volcano observatory wants to, add four stations and. Update the one they have now, but they've been at this. Discussion point four years the delay according to the. Everett herald mostly over objections to place the equipment in, a wilderness, area one seismometers still back, in two. Thousand one is expected to fail soon and four years ago researchers map glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which led, to maps that show potential paths volcanic mudflows. Called lahar Burying communities, and there's still a Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the end of the, last ice age they know the volcano has erupted repeatedly at least six times including two outburst five times bigger than the blast..

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

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04:46 min | 2 years ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Found. Four cats have been found mutilated in this park the latest one a little. Kitten that was beheaded I just don't feel comfortable even. Walking around your knowing that there's somebody doing that because maybe one, day might not be a cat if someone can kill helpless animals People are concerned what's next the park where lacy Morris found a mutilated Kadam month. Ago I was a black and white park is now the same place, animal cruelty investigators see kittens head was found on display at home and park on Wednesday the body is still missing now at least eight cats have been, killed since February because you never know when he's going to graduate from can't to humans. In the latest case the vet did any crop see and says the kittens head was. Removed by a sharp. Instrument like a hatchet and it's the eighth mutilated cat in a series of disturbing attacks on cats in Lacey Tom water and Olympia investigators are still trying. To identify the owner of the last the latest kitten to, be, mutilated in Thurston county it had black fur with white under its chin neighborhood watch groups are now forming foot patrols, to keep an. Eye out and. Hopefully protect pets in that area a temporary moratorium on new medical clinics downtown Everett means a local addiction clinic will stay in cramped. Quarters for now ideal option has Plans to relocate as it adds double digit numbers of new. Patients each day That's on hold as he ever city council. Looks to revitalize downtown are considering adding regulations for where medical clinics can operate the Everett herald reports until then ideal. Option has remodeled both the break room and a bathroom into patient care space what started as a report of a stabbing has turned into a, homicide investigation and Tacoma's hilltop neighborhood saw happened just after two o'clock this morning they had a call, from someone that a man, needed help that mad around forty years old medics rushed him to the hospital but. He died Twitter who says the killing happened near twenty-first and south m. street just a few blocks from Saint Joseph medical center Hjelm man is hoping to take. His son home from the hospital today after the boy was seriously injured in a DUI crash that killed three people five year old Noah Anawar, Ana ware suffered spinal and stomach injuries and is in a body cast and Mary bridge children's hospital, in Tacoma the boy's mother, charged with driving drunk and blowing through a stop sign Noah's father Brian aware is. Furious and then having our son vehicle to thinking Obviously you don't, care about, anything but. Yourself and I mean the the. Safety of your child should be number. One priority and ware says he's working to gain full, custody of. No other crash happened August six near ROY three of the four people from California. Were killed thirty-five. Year old climber died while repelling off peak and mount rainier national park Stephen Kornblum of Seattle somebody Dewey Pete with. Two friends Tuesday after climbing the mountains of west face Kornbluh two partners repelled safely before he. Started to come down it's unclear what caused him. To fall it's considered a very high, threat for an eruption glacier pecan Barrington but. The one and only monitoring station on the volcano is expected to fail. Soon here's komo's Carleen Johnson leaders urging the US four service to give the go-ahead, on a long-awaited, project to keep closer watch and glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory wants to add four stations and update the one they. Have now but they've been at this discussion point for years the delay. According to, the Everett herald mostly. Over objections to place in a wilderness air Area one size monitor installed back, in two thousand. One is expected to fail soon and, four years ago researchers map glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which led to maps that show potential paths volcanic mudflows called lahar burying communities still in Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the. End of the last ice age they know the, volcano has ruptured repeatedly at least six times including two outbursts five, times bigger, than the blast that. Blew mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson, KOMO news check into the sports s America's and, the Angeles, Dodgers the defending national champions begin a three. Game interleague series tonight the Mariners had. Yesterday off they come into tonight two and a half, games behind. The aids for the second wildcard spot Wade LeBlanc on the mound fireworks after the. Game tonight and. A keyarena seven o'clock the Seattle storm with the chance to clinch the top seed in the WNBA playoffs when they. Entertain the New York liberty at keyarena seven o'clock tip sports at ten and forty past the. Hour on the home of the huskies traffic and. Weather coming up KOMO news time ten, forty one did you know that the summer's end Find out how to make, the best memories this Labor Day weekend afterward from our partner you knew the risks when you decided to drive drunk there could be, a crash people could get hurt or killed but that didn't stop you did it you knew you could get arrested you can incur huge, legal expenses and. You could possibly even lose your job You. Were well aware of the consequences of driving drunk but one, thing's.

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"News time eight thirty four AAA traffic time wants. To get back to Kierra Jordan Well that news story. That Greg was talking about a couple, of minutes ago is why eastbound five twenty is struggling from I five to. The bridge with this ongoing police investigation. The right lane is still blocked so Seattle to Bellevue twenty two minute drive if he's eastbound, I ninety. Instead, that will save you about nine. To ten. Minutes right now plus about four to six dollars as. Well, phone I fight with. A busy drive from about Lake City way to the, ship canal bridge northbound I five tapping the brakes around the Tacoma. Dome and then we're busy, in Seattle off and on from the Michigan curve toward. The convention center northbound. Four or five also with off and on. Slowing from state route one six nine to. About northeast forty fourth let also find a little bit of extra company as you're making your way just north of I ninety northbound. One seven busy in areas around Sumner and northbound ninety nine with pretty heavy drive you normally don't get that Friday light you're seeing those brake lights from. About diagonal toward. The stadiums are next KOMO traffic at eight forty four Seth Wayne's here. From the KOMO forecast good morning I see a little bit of rain in central Washington yeah which could be Some good thing that's certainly a good thing that's, for sure as it is just so dry across-the-board again this is for the central and eastern part of the state back here in western Washington no rain where we are. Dealing with that thick marine push and that's bringing with it the mostly cloudy. Skies out there this morning we're on our way to seeing some of those sunbreaks come later on this afternoon as well d- time highs today. In the mid seventies were pushing our way through a mostly cloudy sky tomorrow morning but then more sunshine earlier on about seventy nine tomorrow we're going back to the low eighties could be a smoky one Sunday Monday we'll keep you posted on that all right all right seven degrees in Seattle right now KOMO news, time, eight thirty six a warning. To, stay out of the water at Houghton beach in Kirkland weekly water test just. Revealed high levels of bacteria the health, department is trying to pinpoint the source now beach will stay close to people. And pets through next Wednesday warning signs. Have been posted glacier peak and daring ten is considered a very high threat for eruption but. The only. The, one and only monitoring station on. That volcanoes. Expected to fail soon the story from komo's Carleen Johnson. Leaders, urging the US For service to give the, go-ahead on a long-awaited project to keep closer watch and glacier, peak USGS cascade volcano observatory. Wants to add four stations and update the. One they have now but they've been at this discussion point for years the delay according to. The Everett herald mostly over objections to place a in a wilderness area one seismometers installed back in two, thousand one is expected to fail soon and four years ago researchers map glacier peak and hundreds of square miles around it which, led. To maps that show potential passive. All Cannock. Mud flows, called lahar burying communities and still. In Guam mission Skagit valleys including daring ten and since the end of the last ice age they know the volcano has, erupted repeatedly at least six times. Including two outbursts five times bigger than the blast. That. Blew mount Saint Helen's Carleen Johnson KOMO news the city manager. Of mill creek has filed, a, one million dollars. Damage claim against the city komo's Eric Heintz reports, Rebecca police Oto accused his staff and elected officials of treating her unfairly the claim filed. In July takes issue with how mill creek has handled Whistleblower complaints that the police chief in three other directors made. Against her, in late April the Everett herald reports other employees raised issues about her treatment of. Staff and supervision of the city's finances and the. Complaint released by the city Thursday polos, Oto claims she was provided little chance to talk with. The city council before the voted on June nineteenth to place her on administrative leave the claim, alleges breach of contract violation of due process rights defamation and, interference with supervising employees Eric Heintz KOMO news, a program that, feeds the homeless and Skagit county is scaling back, at the, request, of local, business. Owners they say crime has increased and customers are, steering clear more from komo's Joel Moreno in mount Vernon friendship house cafe prides, itself as the only no cost daily meal service and. Skagit county but by September. First breakfast and lunch will no longer be served the change comes at the suggestion of local. Business, leaders don't want, to have to pick up needles out of their doorways they don't wanna. Have to deal with human refuse friendship house doesn't think the problems are Necessarily being committed by the people they serve however agreed to offer just one meal a day to see if it helps and we want to be part of. The solution and not. Part of the problem it will cut back to dinners only for ninety days as..

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"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"usgs cascades volcano observatory" Discussed on KOMO

"Not only bodily harm but Emotional trauma as well but, I, just. Hope for the best and I I'll accept whatever the prosecutor I. Guess gives me, that prosecutors not yet announced if Smith will. Face charges a thirty five year old climber died while repelling off a peak mount rainier national park this week the news Tribune reports Stephen, corn bluetooth of Seattle. Summited Dewey peak with two friends Tuesday after climbing the mountains west face. The park spokesman says corn two partners repelled safely before he, started to come down it's unclear what went wrong expect delays in the. North sound this weekend as, crews closed the westbound lanes of highway two in Everett again the komo's Brian, Calvert is here to explain why this project is taking so long Greg Amanda it seems like they're always working on this. Stretch of highway two and this weekend. The closure will cover more of the freeway this time we're. Shutting down westbound US to, between state route nine and the I five interchange alley Barreiro with, the State Department of transportation warns traveling on westbound US two, will not be able to go any further past highway nine the work has, been Post-poned five weekends already, this year because of weather, matter of, fact they only got three weekends of work done here all summer it's not that the rain is bad Barrera says the sealant they're, using on this new pavement can't, get wet for a couple of, days after it's, applied that's why this project is, taking so long to more, closures of. The stretch coming in September, as for, this one. Westbound highway two will be closed. Between SR nine and I. Five from seven tonight till early Monday morning Brian Calvert KOMO news it's considered a very high threat for eruption, glacier peak and daring ten but the one and only monitoring station on that volcanoes, expected, to. Fail soon komo's Carleen Johnson is here to explain well town leaders. Are urging the, US forest service to give the go-ahead once. And for all on this long-awaited project to keep closer watch on glacier peak USGS cascade volcano observatory wants to add four stations and then, update the existing one. They have where the batteries about to go but they've been at this. Discussion point for you Years the delay according to the Everett herald mostly over objections to placing equipment insensitive wilderness areas. And using helicopters, to do sell but now experts are becoming more focus of. Course on public safety and natural hazards. Ever since the deadly fourteen Oso mudslide of course in. That disaster there was no warning and they think that there. Is if there is a chance to warn people about glacier peak and needs to be done and soon that one size monitor and sell back in two thousand one is in fact expected to fail soon Carleen Johnson KOMO, news time to focus. Our attention now on the drive on this Friday morning at a KOMO, AAA traffic update here's Kiera well we have just one blocking problem right now. And that's our police investigation in Seattle. That, was the result of this DUI suspect jumping into the water so right now eastbound five twenty West End of the bridge we do have the right lane, blocked fortunately though we have light volumes right now on five twenty so no. Real backups in that area it looks like. Our response in ever heading westbound on the bowling Freeway approaching evergreen has now been cleared. In our backups in that area have gone away. Eastbound five twelve busy between the mall and Meridian northbound I five. Crowded as you're approaching the Tacoma dome, you're hitting the brakes as you're coming into Southcenter and now it's a slow go. In Seattle off and on as you, work your, way between Albro and the convention center still mostly wide open on southbound I five that we are starting to see a little bit of a growing volume in the Mountlake terrace area northbound four zero five on the brakes off and on from..

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