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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"That will start to dissipate as well we did have a blocking problem northbound I. five near I. ninety but I don't really see much of a back up left your next come much traffic at twelve twenty four another comma eco roof forecast today's one of those really warm days that maybe you weren't hoping to see for a little while temperatures in a lot of areas will be in the mid eighties some could see upper eighties here in Seattle itself probably eighty one eighty two or something like that when we reach our high a low tonight of sixty two degrees with cloudy skies a chance of showers for tomorrow little cooler to low seventies before we get back toward eighty degrees for Thursday and Friday again with sunshine right now it's sunny and seventy five a komo news connected stay informed the northwest only twenty four hour news station komo news bill o'neill at the editor's desk I'm Taylor van sice now some of the headlines are following from the commode twenty four seven news center an earthquake hit Mexico City and surrounding areas earlier this morning the U. S. Geological Survey saying the quake was a magnitude seven point four it hit in southern Mexico off the Pacific coast of the Oaxaca state it's unclear at this point if there are any injuries deaths or damaged buildings but seven point four as you know having lived in the Seattle area is a pretty strong when we had a six point eight back in two thousand and sales of new single family homes are up more than sixteen percent as buyers begin to feel more confident the economy will recover that's about six hundred seventy six thousand homes sold in may the median price just under three hundred eighteen thousand dollars it's twelve sixteen outcome all this information remains a serious issue ahead of the November election and amid national demonstrations against police use of force it's easy to do that Google search to look for sources.

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03:57 min | 1 year ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"Trump said FEMA and the army corps of engineers are being sent to the Wolverine state democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden planning to hit the campaign trail again when it's safe a senior adviser saying the former V. P. is campaigning aggressively though online the corona virus pandemic has created a worldwide supply chain problem for generic drugs the White House has taken steps to try to manufacture more generic drugs in the U. S. Washington post global economics correspondent David Lynch spoke with como's Taylor van sice has you report the Virginia started cold flow with a P. H. was awarded three hundred and fifty four million dollars in a government contract what are they meant to do with all that money the idea is to start putting some reality behind what the president has talked about for several years now which is repatriating supply chains back to the United States over the past ten or twenty years a lot of the production of the precursor chemicals and the active pharmaceutical ingredients the real guts of a drug and the final drug the pale itself that's all moved offshore to places like China and India the administration wants to bring that home particularly because of the shortages that we experienced during the pandemic other than I guess labor costs why was it so attractive to move pharmaceutical production overseas well labor is a big part of it but the environmental rules are are another big part and you know to making modern medicines is a chemical process and the wastewater that results from that can be toxic and fortunately here in the US over the last forty or fifty years we developed very hi environmental standards that hasn't been the case until quite recently in places like China and interestingly as China in recent years has ratcheted up its standards a lot of the worst Doris lobbyist costliest if you will environmentally production has migrated from China to India so that's a big part of it as well and that the company that they won this contract flow which is spelled P. H. L. O. W. based here in Virginia they claim that their continuous chemical process will result in higher yields of the material that they're making and also less waste and thus lower costs that's the ability of that company but I mean I guess nationwide is there really going to be a nothing of a generic push on drug production to make a dent in the worldwide supply chain that's the key question and a lot of the experts we talked to they had exactly that point did the idea this is a fairly modest contract three hundred and fifty four million dollars million within them would you think that the U. S. last year imported a total of about a hundred and fifty billion with a B. wars of medicine and medical devices so this is your I. ticket ministration was say this is an important first step but it's the first step on a very long journey and one with a very uncertain prospects for for reaching the destination David Lynch with us on komo news he's a global economics correspondent with The Washington Post you can find his report online at washingtonpost dot com David thank you very much and that's Kamose Taylor van sice speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi expressing optimism the Democrats can't convince Republicans to work with them on additional relief measures despite GOP criticism of last week's three trillion dollar bill A. B. C.'s Adam Kelsey with more closely said she thinks support from outside Washington could lead to negotiations with Republicans will say with I think public opinion will be E. of very much our friend and all the best Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called the house bill passed last week the liberal wishlist and Republicans have expressed a desire to wait to see the effects of the initial relief legislation Adam Kelsey ABC news Washington.

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Coronavirus: 'Plandemic' virus conspiracy video spreads across social media

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:18 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: 'Plandemic' virus conspiracy video spreads across social media

"Wearing a mask is one of the few ways to reduce transmission of coping nineteen but in a viral video created by conspiracy theorists they make the dangerous claim that masks can make you sick reporting on the spread of the blood that make video is Travis Andrews from The Washington Post and he spoke with come most Taylor van sice Travis we know there are some truly ridiculous conspiracies out there about corona virus including claims that cell phone towers are somehow beaming the virus into our bodies who's responsible for making and posting this video though one thing that we try to be very careful about is to not give too much credit to the people behind the video by experts say by highlighting these people the then sometimes can give them some sort of credence so the person that's right that's augmented Cutie make of it who is the person in the center of the video she's being interviewed longtime conspiracy theorist who is pulling out falsely we should make clear link vaccines at the various diseases that's right in fact do you link in your article to to a Snopes investigation of this person where she was pretty clearly discredited the is biology researcher I I don't have the time or interest to watch the half hour long video of conspiracy theories but I'm sure a lot of people right now who maybe aren't working or are home from school to have the time to do that we know how many people of watch this thing we know it's millions this is always a very tricky thing to pin down because of social media companies at least most of them are specifically YouTube Facebook and Danielle are removing the video these pilots policy is mostly the policy saying that you can't put out misinformation that can harm people and not wearing a mask can be harmful but the problem with treating how many people exactly of watching these videos keep popping back up it's really really difficult once the video kind of goes viral to keep it completely off line because you know you can download a copy and then you can put it back up and someone else can download a copy they can put it back up but we do know that time is taken up for Facebook and had already had nearly two million views and we know it's probably many many many more I think most people have been on social media lately have at least heard of plant down there which is kind of shows how violent it and why is the video so popular it's not like we haven't seen things like this pop up before with you know the Zico or Ebola illnesses that spread or or just the seasonal flu vaccine I think it's a few different things the video is very well produced it feels professional which that always helps but you know this pandemic is going on and affecting a lot more people than any of those other ones you mentioned that aside you know lose a little different but we're kind of more used to that right now we are in the middle of a pandemic we don't understand wow what could happen in the future nobody knows and one thing that you can have a lot of trouble with it and be guilty and the experts I talked to said that's why people kind of cling to conspiracy theories even people who might not seem susceptible to them after a long enough time of feeling uncertain feeling frightened and wanting some kind of clarity I conspiracy theory often cut ties a nice bow ones will be created narrative that you can understand it makes you feel like that troll I think that's one reason why people have really come to

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"Grammys just to be there that day experts expect meat supplies to return to normal what's processing plants go back online Ribeiro A. B. C. news one twenty in time for propellant shirts business update here's Jim Tesco traditional gyms have been largely closed since mid March but a good number of fitness minded folks apparently turned to peloton the maker of high end workout equipment said late yesterday that its revenue in the latest quarter surged to sixty six percent from a year earlier with a big jump in the number of people buying equipment and turning into into its classes it set records on a few occasions Ford's biggest ever live streamed classes the drive in movie is making quite the comeback Robert de Niro's tribeca enterprises is teaming with IMAX at A. T. and T. for tribeca drive in the summer film series that'll be held at drive in theaters and other venues around the country the series promises a collection of new classic and independent films as well as music and sporting events that's your money now on Wall Street the final numbers were positive the Dow higher by two hundred and eleven points almost one percent gains to close at twenty three thousand eight seventy five the nasdaq up by one point four percent putting it back into positive territory for the year the nasdaq up a hundred twenty five points and the S. and P. five hundred higher by just over one percent to close at two thousand eight eighty one money news at twenty and fifty past the hour a traffic update is next among those saluting those on the front lines I'm Peter van sice would come amid the news to the grocers truckers line cooks and delivery drivers keeping the nation fed thank you getting through this together komo news one thousand FM ninety seven seven when you're living with polycythemia Vera or P. V. you might look good even when you.

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Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package

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03:36 min | 1 year ago

Trump pushes $2 trillion infrastructure package

"With so many people out of work during the pandemic is now the time to rebuild America's infrastructure and create jobs that's what president trump is suggesting and house speaker Nancy Pelosi doesn't think it's a bad idea ABC news Washington correspondent Andy field joint como's Lisa Jaffe and Rick van sice anti what kind of projects are we talking about and and how much would this cost well the president said the price tag would go upwards of two trillion dollars now we you know we just passed a two trillion dollar bills that would put the country another two trillion dollars of all are the doesn't seem to be any way to pay for it other than to stimulate the economy I the price tag was a one trillion half of that about a year ago well actually back last fall when none of the Democrats and the Republicans came to preserve the site the president and the president declined stormed out of that meeting because he said I'm not gonna talk about anything to you guys stop investigating we stop writing impeachment and that's the last time we talked about this well now we're in a crisis the president says interest rates are at zero is a great time to do it they have to close in a rare moment of agreement says yes it is and certainly put a lot of people back to work right away and what better time to rebuild the roads and bridges what no one's driving well and not just that but we're talking about other infrastructure to such is what the internet broadband and water and that kind of thing all these projects would be possible possible but of course then you have the usual problems of going through regulations and getting things approved an eminent domain names were rose would have to go through neighborhoods club them so as much as this sounds fantastic it's not as easy sure the bomb and the first thing is to get that thing approved in Congress we had something similar back in two thousand eight the problem is that the money got approved but a lot of it never got used for any of the construction projects well you talk about that you talk also any about the infrastructure bill as it's known has been kicking around Congress for for a while now but under these circumstances what's likely to happen next is anybody there up on the hill suggested Hey we better at least take the next step on this yes hello this is one of the personal information they when they come back from this extended recess and she doesn't expect Congress to come back at least until the end of this month or maybe a little bit sooner the president's talking about this but we don't know what the next few weeks will bring here we go at this news conference you mentioned I'm near you giving some kneeling Dyer's science fiction disaster movie like numbers in terms of how many people might die and that's it we all obey the stay home rules that's how bad it's gotten in other places those of the bottles are using so the advice that we kept hearing over and over and over again forget the infrastructure build the money being paid to post everything is simply stay home stay away from people and will that advice be taken by Congress me talk about them coming back is there a chance that the next session will just be delayed until this thing settles down it's possible I mean the president keeps pushing these numbers back further and further anti for anti poaching twenty percent of these models he basically said look we're going to see some deaths from this perhaps all the way into June June doesn't mean of pre pandemic is a lesson he says it will be getting significantly better before that but a lot of times of sickness in the the depths wag the actual lessening of the

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Coronavirus triggers swift bipartisan backlash against Trump Administration

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus triggers swift bipartisan backlash against Trump Administration

"The spread of coronavirus has Congress worried I'm Lisa Jaffe with Rick van sice members of both parties are criticizing the trump administration's response you're supposed to keep us safe and Americans serve some straight answers on the coronavirus get them from you that's rich Louisiana Republican John Kennedy grilling secretary of health and Human Services Alex Cesar and Washington Democrat Patty Murray accused the administration of trying to cut funds to programs needed to fight the virus are you finally sent an emergency supplemental request last night micromanaging and I'm very concerned this is not enough to ensure that we are putting all the necessary resources towards this emerging threat resident truck meanwhile says the situation is under

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KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"And so what they are getting instead number one. They're not paying the broadcast networks to air their games. And number two. They're getting networks to cover the production costs and time real estate on ABC on Saturday afternoon. So, you know source explains that as about forty million dollars for the year in value coming back to the XFL, but there's no cash changing hands either way, which is a big difference from these Dallas leaves like the NFL the NBA or major league base-. And it looks kind of like, they're at least from the appearance of the schedule like the XFL wants to own primetime on weekends both Saturday and Sundays with back to back games. This is you know, right around the time. March madness is going to be heating up. Saturday's. You're looking at that to eight window and then Sunday's a lot of it'll be back to back Sunday nights on that mrS, an experiment. That's been tried numerous times bring football sorted appetite for football of this country is insatiable you just look at the proliferation of bowl games during caused those pretty decent ratings. The we just saw the lions of American football launch and collapse within one season the XFL itself started once before in two thousand one they lasted for a single season before they claps themselves. So there's a long history of sailed spring football weeks that the exit I was going up against and I know you didn't cover this in your report, necessarily, Ben. But do you have any insider information on when will finally learn the name of our XFL teams? I don't I imagine it. And that is come Taylor van sice speaking with Ben Strauss of the Washington Post six fourteen update on KOMO AAA traffic.

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05:08 min | 2 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"Taylor van sice. It has been a busy week in Washington DC from the mullahs report to health care the southern border as well where President Trump is visiting today. ABC news political director Rick Klein wraps up this week with Cheri Preston. A lot of debate this week Rick about the summary report. Was it an actual summary? Was it just you know, what some conclusions? Where do we stand with the Muller report? And with the general Bill are we don't have an actual report yet, we have a summary of a report. And now we have conflicting information about who's happy about what is or isn't included in it. And it actually has become more of a question and not less than in the week and a half or so since Muller Muller produced his findings and bar summarize those findings. We are expecting to see something in the next week or so. According to the attorney general, but even that is going to be shrouded in questions because there's going to be portions of it that are blacked out that are redacted for privacy reasons or other consideration. So there's a lot of questions still out there. I think the initial take of this of being a huge political benefit of to the president. I think we've tempered that a little bit just because there's still a lot. We don't know regardless of the political fight with the legal experts that you've been talking to how much do we the American people and the taxpayers have a right to see some stuff in this very sensitive material in that report. Well, we paid for the report. And of course, there's intense public interest in the twenty two month investigation. But there is information that would include grand jury testimony that might involve people that have not been charged or indicted any crime could kind of peripheral players potentially. You could also have information they are given the the Russian hacking and the and the the interference. That was the initial focus of the investigation that gets at what the intelligence community called sources. You don't want the Russians to find out how we learn certain things. So. All those things. Plus, there's the possibility of the president trying to exert executive privilege or the attorney general exerting that on his behalf. So there are a lot of categories of things that could be kept secret. And I think the fight that congress has initiated now, it's a painting the report potentially bringing it to them in unredacted form is gonna take a while to play out. Of course in the president saying I want the whole thing released, and then maybe not maybe not. And he said he was going to close the southern border and the southern border is is still open was that just another thing saying, I'm going to do this. And that it doesn't happen or did it actually did Mexico actually step up and do something. There's no evidence that Mexico seriously changed its behaviour. It's enforcement along the border of the seems to be the president either as a negotiating strategy or just the the musings that he sometimes engages in there's been fierce flow back even from many Republicans and business groups about what the impact of a closed border would be it's really not practical and even the senators from Texas Ted Cruz and John Cornyn among saying this would be economic disaster and the urging the White House not too. Do it. So it's unclear whether who serious about this heat sometimes says things that he does not follow through on it. I don't think that's a surprise to any of us at this. Sherry big will how how successful will the fight to be to get the president's tax returns. I mean going back to a law in the nineteen twenties. Trying to say that they have the right to see these tax returns. What do you think anything there that lots almost one hundred years old, and it's very rarely been exerted? But it does give the congressional committees the right to see anyone's tax returns, the catches it has to be for legitimate legislative purpose now Democrats will say we had the tax code is fair. We wanna make sure the audit process around presidents is fair. We wanna make sure that that there's a count ability for public officials all of which are legitimate legislative interests. The White House is already saying, it is a fishing expedition. Ultimately, it's gonna fall to the Treasury Secretary. Of course, Steve Mnuchin appointed by and confirm to the Senate. But would appointed by President Trump? I think ultimately the courts, this is bound for determination inside the court system, and it will test this law. That's been very. Rarely used looking ahead to next week. What are we going on all eyes on Joe Biden in the coming week? You know, he has been buffeted by this criticism of some inappropriate contact that some women have alleged toward him. This is the phase that he's in right now to potentially launching a presidential campaign. He's got a speech Cup scheduled for for next week. And it is going to be a very big deal. Whatever he does. That is probably the biggest the biggest domino. Still the fall in the twenty twenty race ABC, Sherry, Preston and political director recline. Komo news time one fifty propel insurance money news. Now, Jim Cesco stocks closed out the week on a positive note. I'll be a very narrow gains. The downed us today rose, forty points. The NASDAQ composite gained forty seven the S and P five hundred was up thirteen for the week. The major indexes all rose one point nine percent or better some generally positive date on the jobs front. The Labor Department says the economy added one hundred ninety six thousand jobs in March a big jump from the thirty three thousand added in February and more than what a communists had been expecting. The unemployment rate stayed at three point eight percent while average hourly earnings for private sector workers grew three point two percent year over year. That's your money now money news at twenty and fifty past the hour. Marina Rockinger has an update on our traffic. Next technology today has never been smarter. But smart only matters when you put it to good use together,.

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"van sice" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"But you get to see me. Oh, my scars and everything, you know, folks. This is how we rock and roll in the show. I wasn't missing the show. No matter what. And this is not taped. By the way, this is what is it Thursday? This is here there's my phone. Look can you see the date on Thursday March seven so we're not missing my show. No matter what I was a little groggy though, yesterday after the anesthesia wore off, I've had anesthesia like ten times or so now, and I gotta tell you this is the first time that I was like it took a little bit that my wife was like you're gonna be okay tomorrow do the show because I was really like super graduates on at a tough time sleep. Yeah. Thought it might be. That's what I know. I know I bet you waiting for that call today. Like, hey, man. We're not now we're doing I actually I feel okay? A little a little warm though. I don't know what the deal with that is. But the little white just from you know, he really dug a lot of stuff at a male. But look at those things check that out that crazy. Little teeth pulled that amazing. What's that Paula? Now, he gave his picture. I know. No, I left him in the bedroom. Inside paula's wants to know if the CK me pictures of my elbow is like we need to show them tomorrow. Maybe some of the doctors in the audience can check them out to they were my elbow. Like, the cartilages shredded. Joe it looks like ripped up like cotton. You know, it's supposed to look smooth. He is really a mess. Yeah. So what he did it? He did some good work, this doctors awesome. Oh, he's got a great bedside manner to Wade van sice what a name to love that guy is that a doctor's name, right? There isn't it by they get back into the content. You know, me I can go on all day. So another piece in the Wall Street Journal today back California's becoming like almost a childish infantile state, how they can't seem to be honest with their citizens and tell them what's going on with their tax dollars. They talk about two specific programs. How these are incubators for liberal stupidity..

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KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"I five at Northgate was kind of a test of how things might go. When something blocked a major road, even though it was in the opposite direction wash dots. Lisa van sice says that took a big response to clear out mind. This was in the northbound direction at Northgate. This didn't happen downtown. We saw that backup though, grow to five miles very quickly. If this had happened in the other direction closer to the morning commute. We'd be talking about a bigger story here. King County metro has been busy with the west Seattle bridge. And other pinch point and his people heed the warning to take transit with a more than two hundred fifty percent increase in water taxi passenger numbers. But a promise that there's still plenty of room on the boats from west Seattle metros. Jeff Schweitzer says the twenty buses on standby took nearly five dozen trips. Monday, fifty five trips carried approximately fifteen hundred passengers those were on routes included a few line, the Eline one twenty other keys commuter routes, where we're seeing delays are overloads Sweitzer says they also took nineteen standby trips the morning of day two and saw delays of between ten and thirty minutes wash dots. Dave sour says, they're ahead on some pieces of the construction to connect highway ninety nine to the tunnel and on time with others, but don't plan on driving the tunnel early. We can build all that embankment we can build all those walls and all that. But at the end of the day, we the poor a roadway on top of that. And then that has to cure, and then it has to be striped. So there's certain things that just takes time. And while we might be a little bit ahead on an individual item or two. It doesn't necessarily mean that we're projecting to finish the overall pizza worker early. The message from all the transportation agencies is please keep doing what you're doing. Because traffic will.

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm Carleen Johnson along with Rick van sice, and we have Taylor van Cise at the editor's desk. Now your headlines the man accused in Pittsburgh synagogue massacre has appeared briefly in a federal courthouse in a wheelchair to face charges. He killed eleven Robert Bowers was released from a hospital this morning and turned over to federal authorities Associated Press has learned that the man accused of sending pipebombs soup prominent Democrats had a list of elected officials and others who investigators believe were intended targets, the mass shooting at that synagogue in Pittsburgh, more than a dozen pipebombs sent a high profile people critical of the president komo's MandA factor reports on the connection between violent extremism and social media over the past several years John Cohen, formerly with the department of homeland security says there's been an increase in mass casualty attacks or other acts of violence who's behind them. Affected violence prone. Individuals with underlying mental health issues who self connect with some ideological caused primarily based on what they see on the internet or through social media Cohen believes these people are also influenced by the current political climate profits are elected officials think about the messaging they're going to use to energize their political base for a cause or a policy. They need to understand that their words are also being heard by potential attackers. And their words may serve as the inspiration for that attacker to go out and mass murderer Cohen says that is of increasing concern among law enforcement MandA factor. Komo news President Donald Trump says the media is the true enemy of people in the wake of Saturday's mass shooting in Pittsburgh, at that synagogue. He tweeted today, there is great anger in our country caused in part by inaccurate and even fraudulent reporting of the news. He added the media must stop the open and obvious hostility. And report the news accurately and fairly. There's very first comments after the shooting. The president did not mention the victims though, we suggested armed.

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01:39 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"I always be crazy sweet tooth. I eat way too, much sweets. So the opportunity to win possibly a pie demonstrate my skill of eating. And I thought why not why not he won a twenty five dollar gift card serious pie. Komo news time is seven forty in the bottom of the fifth back in Milwaukee right now National League championship series. And the brewers are ahead of the dodgers five to two and over at the sports. Desks Harley exteriors sports desk, Taylor van sice starts off with the huskies. At this point in the season. It's not uncommon to see injuries pop up for both the huskies and the Colorado buffaloes. They're having to deal with just that thankfully for the dogs. They seem to have gotten off a little easier after last week than the buffaloes did former husky quarterback now color commentator Damon humored anticipates you'd victory this weekend. The kids at a great week of practice excited to be home. A Colorado team coming off of a tough road laws at USC either pretty banged up. So I expect the dogs to get it done here. Tomorrow afternoon, husky kickoff at twelve thirty here on KOMO pre game coverage starts at seven thirty and on the police ESPN college game day is they're Cougars and ducks kickoff at four thirty in the afternoon sports at ten and forty past the hour on your home of the huskies, KOMO news. Attention, the antioxidants and welches concord grape, juice aren't just anti oxidant. Nah, they hate oxidants welches antioxidant track down, those nasty oxidants find their leader and beat it to a sniveling oxygen pulp in front of all the other oxidants. So they slink away like scared puppies. And you never have to worry about them ever again..

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"Two oh. To for Taylor. Van sice on Charlie Harger, two incidents at the state capital this afternoon. I the state patrol is investigating what they call suspicious circumstances at the highway licensing building and second a suspicious package leapt at the state supreme court, which has been cleared John Schaefer with the street patrols recommending everyone just avoid the area while they do some sweet to get the area cleared. He says the two incidents do not appear to be related, but these are the fifth and six similar cases in the past few weeks. Washington state supreme court ruled today that sentencing juvenile offenders to life in prison without parole is unconstitutional. Seattle times reports justices ruled five to four that trial courts may not impose a minimum term of life. As that would mean the life without parole sentence. The case Senator it around Bryan Bassett convicted of. Killing his mother, father and younger brother in nineteen ninety-five when he was sixteen. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Today's decision means Bassett's case returns to the trial court for resentencing the legal battle over king county's juvenile jail project took center stage at the state supreme court today as well for years opponents of the new correctional family Justice center have been trying to stop construction the legal challenge coming from ending the prison industrial complex, our epic. They were successful at a lower court and the appeals court level when the challenge the two thousand twelve ballot title win voters approved funding for the jail with higher taxes. They said it was ambiguous. How the financing would work on that ballot measure and voters didn't understand really what they were paying for this.

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02:38 min | 3 years ago

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"Taylor van sice in Seattle cloudy and sixty degrees. It was twenty years ago October of nineteen ninety eight that a landslide destroyed. One hundred twenty homes in Kelso was a slow moving thing. Took maybe six to eight months the street started getting cracked buckling, that's Ron Linden. The only remaining resident the slow moving nature of the slide allowed the federal government declared disaster and buyout. And dismantle the neighborhood. Linden was the only one who didn't take the deal his home suffered only minor damage and while the landslide destroyed one hundred and twenty homes. No lives were lost police in Aberdeen are thinking, oh man who stopped to help a fellow citizen in distress. Komo's Carleen Johnson reports. Alex, Leonard tells KOMO he'd like to think someone would stop and help him if he was in the same shape. He was driving to the store crossing the wishbone river bridge when he noticed a man on the other side, very near the edge facing the water. He was getting ready to jump off. He kept inching closer and closer. So I just launch for grabbed him from behind and Brownback over the side of the bridge in called nine one one he stayed there with the distraught. Man until officers arrived, Jim volun- draft, director of King County. Behavioral health program says we all need to pay attention like that and be willing to REVEAL OUR own struggles as well who often people who live in the shadows. They're afraid to talk about it about themselves, and the more we recognize that this is a physical condition just like any other medical condition that people have the better off the system's gonna be tomorrow is world mental health awareness day with a specific focus on suicide prevention. Carleen johnson. Komo news inmate who escaped from the cedar creek corrections center in Thurston county back in custody today. Chad Ramsey was last seen yesterday afternoon just before three o'clock on grounds crew worksite when he was reported missing Judy Garin is with the department of corrections commute. Locations team. There's two Pervis IRS are supposed to count there on a regular basis. And that supervisor did that, and that's why was not feel quickly. He was caught without incident this morning, just before three o'clock in the capitol state forest area. Ramsey was convicted of burglary harassment and unlawful imprisonment out of grays harbor county and began serving his twenty nine month sentence may of last year. He's now expected to face additional escape charges that will have him locked up even longer coming up on KOMO healing the fifty year old scar that divide Seattle. I'm Corwin Hake with the plan to put a lid on it. Washington state's mail in voting system could add some drama to election day. I'm below Neil. I AAA traffic. We check that every ten minutes.

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KOMO

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"The story you spoke with komo's Rick van sice. Carleen Johnson, Keith you're in the courtroom this morning. Give us an update on where things stand stunning decision by judge. Chris lemme Thurston county. Judge Tom water school district taking its own teachers to court saying. Pretty much all along is that public strikes by teachers are illegal, but refused to do a thing about it saying, they're legal. Yes. But is there harrabin done? And the proof was that a lot of the parents are inconvenienced by this. Some of the kids out on their lunches some of the special. Ed kids are missing out on getting there. A special treatment inside the schools. But the judge said there's no irreparable substantial harm. That's being done that they'll just supply slide school, maybe go into spring break a little bit maybe push the end of the school year out. So right now, the judge saying he's not going to take any action. However, he did say we'll see you back here on Wednesday. To decide if indeed harm is being. But at this point the judges refused to do take any action. So that's right in some water continues in Longview, the judge says, yes, we are going to order you back to school now historically teachers facing this kind of situation have just defied a court orders like this. Because really there are very few sanctions by law that are are available to the judges. That was watching your tweets today from the courtroom. And it seemed like the judge was questioning why the case was even before he says, you know, ramifications by state statute for teachers who strike, you know, what's the point of us kind of even being here. I thought that was interesting, and I really a message for the legislature to say, hey, you said these are illegal by law, but then you go, well, we have no power to do anything about it. And I'm like other strikes, and they were pointing out like with Boeing Boeing bowling goes out of striking workers. Start losing pay. The company starts. To lose customers because they can't deliver their planes on time. So there is being done on a day by day basis, which schools teachers are still going to get their pay heads is still going to get their one hundred eighty days of schooling. So it's challenge for the judge to say, yeah, I'm going to put sanctions on you. And they really don't have any to do for teachers. I like the other workers around the state that you go on strike, you might just get end up getting fired. Komo's Carleen Johnson. Rick van Cise, speaking with Keith Eldridge. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news. Here's your KOMO propel insurance money update. From ABC news Wall Street now, President Trump says his latest round of trade tariffs against China is ready to go and guess where stocks wins the Dow was down seventy nine points to end the week, the S and P five hundred lost six the NASDAQ dropped twenty points and finished lower for the fourth day in a row that is the worst start to a September for the NASDAQ since two thousand eight at the onset of the financial crisis. As for the tariffs. President Trump said Friday, the higher import taxes on two hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods, quote unquote, could.

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Injecting new heart cells improves recovery from heart attacks

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03:19 min | 3 years ago

Injecting new heart cells improves recovery from heart attacks

"The editor's desk i'm taylor van cise stories we're following this hour officials in thailand say they found all of the missing boys from that soccer team along with their coach after they went missing nine days ago the team made up of boys between the ages of eleven and sixteen the coach age twenty five they were found inside a winding cave network deep in the jungle and now rescue workers are trying to figure out how to get them all out after the flood waters rose and mexican president elect andrei small well lopez over door and president trump apparently talking about major issues the two leaders discussed subjects like nafta us mexico trade deal and border security on a phone call earlier today it's two forty six when you suffer a heart attack the heart is weakened by scar tissue that doesn't contract anymore therefore it impacts the heart's ability to pump blood but new research reported today by the university of washington indicates that human stem cells could restore that heart function professor charles murray led the study and he spoke with komo's rick van cise alright so for those of us who don't know the science that you do when you tried this treatment on monkeys with heart failure what happened and why is that significant so what we did was to grow a bunch of human heart muscle cells in the laboratory from stem cells and we transplanted them into the hearts of these animals and we saw an extraordinary improvement in the heart's ability to pump by three months the hearts were back almost to normal from fairly severe heart failure so this is huge news for people who have suffered or could suffer from this particular disease or problem with the heart the heart failure is the most common cause of death in the whole world certainly in the united states and if this works in the way our evil plans this could you could imagine this being a one and done treatment for patients with severe heart disease let's drill down into that for just a moment how difficult is it first of all to harvest and grow these stem cells and then get them into the patients who need them so the stem cells once they're established it's called a line and so these cells are immortal and they can expand in which means they can expand indefinitely without exhaustion and then we've learned the tricks to get them to turn into heart muscle and so that works pretty well so we can do this at largescale the literally grow the cells up by the billions it was tricky learn how to transplant them and make them live but that's working pretty well now and so the big step that the big breakthrough from this particular study was learning that this really helped the function of the heart so what's next doctor murray a human trials i assume i mean how soon could this treatment become a reality show the human trials are looming there we hope to be in patients in twenty twenty starting in the puget sound region with within uw medicine and in treating patients who have had recent heart attacks we've got a couple of breakthroughs that need to happen between now and then which includes sorting out what to do about some rhythm disturbances that have happened after we've transplanted the cells we want the heart to beat regularly after we put the cells in and then the second thing is is what is the immune system got to think about these self for the big step nonetheless stem cells restoring function in heart failure studies at the university of washington and dr charles murray one of the professors there to school of medicine joining us thank you dr murray and that's komo's rick van sice to forty nine just ahead of our.

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KOMO

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"Van sice speaking with abc's aaron katersky a legal challenge over whether members of the yakima tribe are exempt from state gasoline taxes on the reservation is headed to the us supreme court case stems from twenty thirteen department of licensing lawsuit against a gas station and convenience store in white swan the state says a gas station on the reservation brought in out of state gas and then didn't pay the state fuel tax the state supreme court ruled the akamatsu radio eighteen fiftyfive exempts tribal own gas stations on the reservation from the tax washington state attorney general bob ferguson once again takes aim at the environmental protection agency bill o'neil has more ferguson and ten other attorneys general have filed this lawsuit accusing the agency of improperly reversing a rule prohibiting the use of a certain type of greenhouse gases hydrofluorocarbons are used in air conditioning refrigeration aerosols and fire retardants they are seen as an alternative to substances that deplete the ozone layer though their global warming potential is three hundred to one thousand times greater than carbon dioxide this is ferguson's twelfth lawsuit against the trump administration's epa and twenty eighth against the administration overall bill o'neil komo news and ten people were arrested outside the northwest detention center in tacoma last night police say a group of one hundred twenty two hundred and fifty people had gathered in front of the detention center where dozens of migrant parents who've been separated from their children are being held a group comes every night around nine o'clock with a message of solidarity with those families a police officer drove by around nine ten last night and saw dozens of people standing in the road police say he did a a announcement to try to get the group to move out of the road a smaller group than surrounded his patrol car and refused to move so he called for backup other officers arrived i'll get the group out of the street and police say that's when one man jumped on the back of one of the officers person was arrested for assault to other people arrested for resisting arrest and seven others arrested for not following orders to disperse frank lenzi komo news komo news time to ten which exports ten forty past the hour with tom glasgow mariners in baltimore right they are in baltimore getting ready for game three of the four against the worst team in baseball.

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KOMO

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"One thousand fm ninety seven seven good afternoon along with rick van sice i'm carleen johnson bill o'neil at the editor's desk top stories police are arresting protesters who sat down and blocked the street outside the us attorney's office in downtown los angeles today to protest the trump administration's immigration policies attorney general jeff sessions is addressing the conservative criminal justice legal foundations annual meeting nearby officials banning drone flights over thirty federal prisons and coast guard facilities there's concern that drones could be used to drop contraband to inmates or be used by terrorists to attack basis story today certainly nationally the supreme court citing with president trump is travel ban on visitors from mostly muslim countries washington post legal affairs reporter and merimo is covering today's ruling and joins us now on the komo news line and those opposed argued the us is a country that welcomes others and was in favor of the ban cited national security concern so exactly what was the legal basis for the high court's five four decision today the supreme court said that the president has broad authority when it comes to immigration matters and that his power was not undermined by his words about muslims and immigration because of the connection to national security and the worldwide a study of other countries national security policies that led to this proclamation carleen mentioned it was a five to four vote and four joe's two justices oppose the ban why did they agree with the lower courts that that it exceeded the president's authority granted by congress that's right justice sonia sotomayor delivered a really stinging dissent from the bench she was joined by reciter ginsburg and said that this squarely violates the first amendment protections for religious tolerance and so that it sends a message to people in minority religions that they are outsiders in the united states and that this is not connected at all to national security and earlier today when i spoke with one of our members of congress washington state congressman adam smith he suggested that the the main argument of the president was wrong in that these countries that are banned are vetting properly that the vetting process is thorough to let people in did you have any sense on on where the court came down on that so the court did not take a position on whether or not this is good policy they were reading the immigration statute which really does say when it comes to matters of who can enter the united states it's up to the president the congress could certainly step in and decide to amend that statute and and say that this policies is not okay we're talking with washington post legal affairs reporter and merimo and you right in the post that chief justice roberts is trying to play down the political aspects of this what exactly is he saying again he's saying that the president's words on the campaign trail and in tweets and in retweeting anti muslim videos are not part of this decision that they need to just look at the language of the proclamation that language fits with the national security concerns the president and his administration says are there than any to defer to that power so it was washington state's attorney general bob ferguson who filed the initial challenge to the first round of the travel ban so for those who fought this like him as it is this over other challenges to come that's a good question yes so courts around the country took the opposite position here and at least for this specific policy and this is the last word all right we will continue to follow of course through the day it is the big story we think the legal affairs reporter from the washington post and miramax for joining us komo news time twelve forty nine wisconsin governor scott walker's fullthrottled love of harley davidson motorcycles.

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KOMO

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"Center with tom glasgow i'm taylor van sice in for lisa jaffe despite president trump's executive order to keep migrant families together at the border washington attorney general bob ferguson announced today that he's suing the trump administration over the immigration policy ag bob ferguson says he still has problems with the president's executive order does not apply to the kids liked those here in washington state who have already been separated from their parents those individuals are not included in the president's executive order ferguson says of the two hundred six asylumseekers at the federal detention center in seatac about fifty our parents he says several other states will join washington in filing the suit including oregon california massachusetts complaints against city council members shamas so want have been dismissed by the seattle ethics and elections commission we get the latest from komo's jeff pohjola last month several complaints were filed about swansea use of city resources to print flyers and banners for her march on amazon rally but those complaints were dismissed this week after the commission found that swans actions did not violate any laws or ethics guidelines the ruling said in part quote the scope of the council members authority is broad and that sawant has no supervisor beyond the residents of seattle the ruling however can be appealed we've reached out to someone's office for comment but have not heard back jeff pohjola komo news seattle's nannies housekeepers and homecare workers are rallying in support of new legislation to ensure they enjoy the same rights as all other workers komo's corwin hake with the story from downtown seattle city council member teresa most cato leads the rally in front of city hall in support of her legislation the domestic workers bill of rights and make sure that those who care for our most vulnerable those are caring for a loved ones or those who are sick as caretakers those who are clean air homes and cleaning our yards have basically protections afforded to them the measure aims to ensure in home domestic workers are paid at least minimum wage and are protected from wage theft harassment and assault just like other workers covered under city ordinance mosquito presents her bill of rights to the city council today in downtown seattle corwin hake komo news still ahead i'm c romero spread to the trees on the hillside so that's why it is completely solid if you're headed northbound four zero five from at least the maple valley highway in fact i'm seeing the backup it looks like it's starting at the valley freeway as you head up through that scene and again all lanes are blocked northbound four zero five at thirtieth now southbound definitely slowing down to take a look at is quite a sight so not only is it slow from ninety but actually our backups began just north of five twenty through bellevue anyway as we got the commute underway and then it's just solid all the way down to the scene of that northbound closure southbound i five is rough from the south end of boeing field down through two hundred rough again from three twentieth and federal way down through the five curve we've got slowdowns in lakewood now southbound i five from highway five twelve all the way down through jpl am in seattle southbound i five is a slow go from northgate and through downtown northbound is tough from the lake lake city way area as you head up into shoreline very difficult in lynnwood right now at the five five four zero five.

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KOMO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"In four taylor van sice on charlie harder is a story making national headlines a forty three year old ever man arrested in connection with suspicious packages mailed to washington dc is due in court any moment now in seattle fbi says his agents teamed with no homage county deputies yesterday to arrest fan con fan at his home fbi tells us suspicious packages delivered to military and government facilities in the dc area all appeared to have been mailed by the same individual from the seattle area tomo has a reporter at the federal courthouse we'll of course bring you more on this developing story throughout the afternoon seattle seahawks say they have released backup quarterback trayvon boykin in the aftermath of reports out of taxes detailing domestic assault allegations one time texas christian university stars reportedly under after his girlfriend suffered a number of injuries detailed by her mother in a recent interview boykin has a troubled legal history he was arrested by police in san antonio following a bar fight in late two thousand fifteen that was right before the alamo bowl which would have been the final game of his college career salsa charged with public intoxication and marijuana possession in texas following another incident after incident after a something happened outside a dallas bar last spring a new report says amazon still isn't collecting sales tax in every jurisdiction it should recent findings from the institute on taxation and economic policy show that while the company is collecting sales tax in every state that has one it's not collecting the city portion of attacks in some cities at least author carl davis chose the new york times this isn't entirely amazon's fault some states lack the proper mechanism to collect city taxes online new census data show that only five large metro areas in.

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KOMO

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"van sice" Discussed on KOMO

"In seattle here it is two oh two on monday afternoon in for taylor van sice on charlie harder a standoff situation in south dakota ends with a bang komo's pete combs was there and explain it started with a single gunshot fired inside a room at the pacific lodge near the intersection of pacific avenue south eighty eighth street they got multiple calls of a white male with a rifle saying he was going to shoot everyone police officer loretta cool of otell was evacuated at first team pariah says police told him to grab his sixyearold son dion jay and locked themselves in a room everybody kind of scared little the andrzej could tell there was something very wrong when he looked at his father shaking like other guests father and son were safely evacuated soon after the standoff lasted more than three hours as police slight aroused the suspect with blast with their sirens finally police detonated what sounded like a concussion grenade officer cool says that cut the young suspects attention he was able to be taken into custody without incident cool says the young man faces a number of charges family members who stood by throughout the ordeal say they're glad he's ok into komo's pete combs komo news arson investigators are following to suspicious fires at different jehovah jehovah's witness kingdom halls this morning one of those hires happened on caine road in olympia that's where surveillance video shows a person pouring a liquid outside the building sanding it ablaze before sunrise second fire happened a couple of hours later in tomato as our firefighters say it appears some sort of accelerate was used by the person who lit the fire police say a fight between a father and son in federal way has left the sun in critical condition happen at the arcadia townhomes in the thirteen hundred block of south west campus drive police say the father shot his twenty seven year old son father now in custody in okinawa county woman is in the hospital after police say she was shot in the face by her nineteen year old son happened brewster police say the sun apparently then took his own life investigators say the teens ten year old sister witnessed the shooting but was not hurt ran to get help the mother survived and was able to run out of the home for help coming up seattlearea nhs offer.

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