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02:34 min | 6 d ago

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"The FBI investigating whether she stole a laptop from Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office with the intention of selling it to Russians also arrested an Army reservist described by naval investigators in the criminal complaint as an avowed white supremacist and Nazi sympathizer, D. C. Police officer Michael for known who told ABC News. Ah Heroin story. About being beaten and hit with flags, fearing for his life, you know, While I was getting changed a they were stripping my gear off of, you know, off my vest that strip my badge off my radio. At one point people started chanting, Kill him with his own gun officials in state capitals across the country to remain vigilant. There's work from Washington this morning that President elect Jill Biden is naming a transgender doctor to be an assistant Health secretary Rachel Levin is a pencil is Pennsylvania's top health official, and she would need approval by the Senate, which has never confirmed and openly transgender person. The pediatrician serves as Pennsylvania secretary of Health and his lead that state's response to the Corona virus pandemic. By this team pointed out, Levin was confirmed three times by the Republican controlled state Senate. Camo News Times 7 20. It's time for the propel insurance Money Update and Boeing's 7 37 Max will be cleared to fly in Europe next week. The head of the European Aviation Safety Agency is making the announcement after nearly two years of reviews. Max was involved in two deadly crashes that led to its grounding worldwide and the plane was cleared to fly here in the United States last month. Canada will allow it to start flying there tomorrow, General Motors is teaming up with Microsoft to develop and accelerate its rollout of electric self driving cars. That partnership just announced this morning. The company say Microsoft's as your cloud and Edge computing platform would be used to commercialize its unique autonomous vehicle solutions. At scale Wall Street this morning, while Boeing Price's stocks prices up as a result of those announcements of up about 1.5% or $3 a share, it's helping to drive the Dow Jones average up. It's up about 72 points or a quarter of a percent. The big gainer this morning is the NASDAQ up 7/10 of a percent and that's a gain of about 91 points coming up next. We'll check traffic and weather and it will also have The question in our daily trivia contest this morning. Good for business powered by Washington Federal Bank in Coma News time 7 20 to stay safe. Seattle social Distancing and masks are important, but so is knowledge. Stay connected..

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02:36 min | 5 months ago

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"Week out for me after 2.5 years that administration Was terrifying Miles Taylor served as the chief of staff a VHS and says the president repeatedly exploited the department to serve his own political agenda. Even trying to cut funding to deal with wildfires in California Because the state is run by Democrats, he told us to stop giving money to people whose houses have burned down. From a wildfire because he was so rageful that people in the state of California didn't support him and that politically, it wasn't a baseball. Taylor, a lifelong Republican, says he is voting for Joe Biden. Fire crews in Southern California now reporting progress on the destructive lake fire that's still burning two hours north of Los Angeles. That fire is scorched more than 30 Square Miles and destroyed a dozen homes and more than 20 outbuildings. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston will be together. On screen for the first time in nearly two decades. This week, the previously married Stars will join the previously announced table read of the classic movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Virtual event is scheduled for Thursday on Facebook, Live and TIC TAC. Come on news time 7 20 to get to our propel insurance Money Update family's heir getting more time to claim $500 stimulus checks for their kids. The IRS has extended the deadline to September 30th for taxpayers to submit information. Otherwise they'd have to wait to claim the benefit on next year's return. Those who meet the new deadline or filled out forms earlier this year can expect a check by mid October. The original and largest Pizza Hut franchise E in this country, is closing hundreds of dining restaurants and selling off hundreds more. NPC International says it's going to close as many as 300 dining in Pizza Hut restaurants and sell more than 900 of them. The deal with brand owner Yum Brands announced yesterday comes after NPC file for bankruptcy protection in July. Pizza Hut's carry out on delivery stores are still thriving and won't be closed. There's no word yet on how many stores will be closed and sold. The U. S. Is slapping more restrictions on Wall Way technologies. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirms the Commerce Department added nearly 40 Mohr while way affiliates to the government's economic blacklist. The action makes it more difficult for the Chinese telecommunications giant to obtain semiconductor chips without a special license. It's another morning with mixed numbers on Wall Street. The Dow Jones averages the loser down about 94 points, or a third of a percent. The S and P is just down a fraction and the NASDAQ's up. 25 points Good for business, powered by Washington Federal bank traffic and weather up next and then your chance to win with. Did you hear here on the CO Mo Morning news here in the Northwest world,.

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02:09 min | 5 months ago

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"To watch. It was the most beautiful display of the love between a father and a son. Harris says she's been inspired by the essential workers from doctors to truckers who've stepped up during the pandemic. Just two weeks ago, President Trump said Kamala Harris would be a fine choice of running mate for Joe Biden. But he's changed his tune. She is a disaster. She's going to be a disaster. I think for their party And in an indication of how he's likely to take on Biden and Harris as the campaign goes forward, he called both of them Socialists. I heard Actually she's the most liberal person in all of Congress. That's what I've heard more liberal than Bernie Sanders. Believe it or not so far, Team Trump has been all over the map and their attacks on Harris. A Republican Party spokeswoman. For example, Tweeted Harris is quote completely controlled by the radical left. But an RNC press release, then declared, liberals are in revolt over Biden's choice. On a call with reporters, Trump surrogates called Harris, who is a former district attorney, both too soft on criminals and also too tough. I don't want someone That they are not going to be tight on hardened criminals minutes later, and it's Biden welcomes the first black woman to a major party's presidential ticket. President Trump is now publicly embracing a Republican candidate for Congress from Georgia with a history of making racist. Anti Semitic and anti Muslim statements. Marjorie Taylor Greene is also an outspoken supporter of the baseless Q and on conspiracy that the president is fighting a so called deep state and what she calls a quote global kabbalah of Satan worshipping pedophiles. That's ABC News. White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Come on news time, 7 21 for business. Now It's powered by Washington Federal Bank and here's Wa Fed banks. Brad Good, That'll be startup developing the next general Nation of nuclear reactors just received another large injection of cash from Chevron Technology Ventures. Energy John just made its 10th investment in Zap Energy, which claims.

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01:51 min | 6 months ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on KOMO

"It never reached my desk. You know why? Because they didn't think intelligence. They didn't think it was really. It was in your reason. They didn't think I was worthy every I wouldn't mind if it reached my desk. I would have done something about it. It never reached my desk. When asked about Russia's supplying arms to the Taliban, Trump said. The US did the same thing in Afghanistan to well, we sold out of weapons when they were fighting Russia too. You know when we were when they were fighting with the Taliban in Afghanistan is a different hero. Well, I'm just saying, yes. No, I'm just saying we did that. The president also making a major strategic move in Europe, withdrawing 1/3 of US troops from Germany, citing his longstanding griped that Germany doesn't pay its fair share for defense. In Europe. There was bipartisan condemnation of the president's move. Those American troops in Germany have been the cornerstone of US security in Europe for decades, Senator Mitt Romney calling to withdraw a grave error and a slap in the face of a friend and ally. The Biden campaign blasted Trump in a statement saying that withdrawal does not reflect a thoughtful defense strategy. This is a gift to Vladimir Putin. The story from ABC News correspondent Terry Moran. Colonial Times 7 20 now. Good for business powered by Washington Federal Bank. Here's water head banks bread Good Kobe 19. Pandemic has certainly put a significant squeeze on every aspect of the tourism industry in Seattle. And the losses are staggering. Some of the major blows to the local tourism industry include the cancellation of this year's cruise season restricted travel across the U. S Canada border and a huge drop of passenger traffic as attack. Seattle has lost 41 national conventions since March. That's a $300 million blow to the region's economy. Now there is some good news as some local hotels and attractions have started to reopen. Meantime,.

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01:52 min | 6 months ago

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"Personal valet. A son's girlfriend, the vice president's press secretary. And now, of course, the national security Advisor. NBC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl Cuomo. NEWS time. 7 20 Good for business is powered by Washington. Federal Bank hears Waffen Banks Bread good businesses in downtown Seattle are dealt yet another blow due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemics. Google announcing their employees will be working remotely now until July of Messed year. The search giant is just one of several large tech companies that has employees working from home. Microsoft does the plans that on May 11th toe work remotely, at least until October, is still in place. While Amazon says they'll be staying home until at least January, according to the downtown Seattle Association. That's a loss of roughly 325,000 people that would be downtown spending money. Association says much of the current business is coming from the nearly 100,000 people who live downtown. Just really study from wallet. Help reveals Washington State ranked fifth now among states with the highest credit card debt. Our state is only behind Alaska Washington, D. C. Colorado in Vermont, according to the research. The medium credit card balance for people living in Washington is nearly $3000. Well, it helps danger shows that typically takes 14 months and 15 days to pay off that balance nationwide Americans start of the year with more than a trillion dollars in debt. That's good for business. I'm come on chicken. Wall Street stocks are lower. The Dow down about 82 points at 26,502 S and P 500 is down. Three. The NASDAQ is down, 41 coming up next we'll check traffic and weather for you, then will pose the question in this morning's trivia contest. Stay home. Stay connected. It stay informed with Co Moh news on your smart speaker. Coma News. 1000 FM 97 7 Amanda Factor here keeps you connected to your world and the latest on the fight.

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03:41 min | 8 months ago

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"I think it's kind of a lot of good stories and if it's not good I'll tell you right I'm not going to get hurt by it for some two months the president has been promoting hydroxy caloric when a drug used to treat malaria among other things as a treatment for corona virus and just last month the FDA warned against using the drug for covert nineteen outside of hospitals or clinical trials because it could cause heart problems White House doctor recommends you take that is that what you're telling us doctor didn't recommend no I asked him what do you think you said well if you'd like it and said yeah I'd like it I'd like to take a lot of people to take it the president who regularly gets tested for corona virus said he is taking the drug as a preventative not because he has tested positive or has any symptoms can you explain to them what is the evidence that it has a preventative I thank you are you ready here's my evidence I get a lot of positive calls about it and I say Hey you know the expression I've used jun what do you have to lose okay what do you have to lose the president's revelation came hours after he got a surprise of his own from Attorney General William Barr who threw cold water on his efforts to accuse Barack Obama and Joe Biden of unspecified crimes Obama game it's been going on for a long time but the Attorney General announced he does not expect there will be a criminal investigation of either former president Obama or former vice president Biden as long as I'm Attorney General the criminal justice system will not be used for a partisan political lands and this is especially true for the upcoming collections and in November what do you think Mr participation it was me I guarantee they'd be going after me in his case the not so I think it's just a continuation of a double standard I'm surprised by it U. S. Attorney General William Barr and FBI director Christopher Wray are claiming now that al Qaeda was behind last December's deadly attack on a military installation in Pensacola Florida that killed three U. S. service members here's ABC news correspondent Pierre Thomas they say Mohammed Saeed al Shirani a member of the Saudi Royal Air Force was conferring with al Qaeda up until the night before the attack he wasn't just coordinating with them about planning and tactics he was helping the organization make the most it could out of his murders isis may have dominated headlines recently but the Saudis say the case is a chilling reminder of al Qaeda remaining legal nearly nineteen years after nine eleven al Qaeda's offshoot including AQAP remains intent on attacking us wherever they can bar and ray offered blistering criticism of apple who they claim refused to help unlock the shooter's phones it took F. B. I. computer experts four months to open them we received effectively no help from apple strong pushback from apple claiming it did help the FBI engine data from the suspects phones apple said law enforcement claims are just an excuse to weaken iPhone encryption and the privacy of consumers komo news time seven twenty good for businesses powered by Washington federal bank and here's what fed banks Brad good morning Seattle based Amazon could be coming to the rescue for troubled retailer J. C. Penney pennies just announced they plan on closing two hundred forty two stores across the country after filing for bankruptcy now women's world daily reports Amazon is in talks with the retailer in a deal that would help bolster Amazon's growing apparel business it appears Amazon has been a bit of a shopping spree during this pandemic the tech giant is also reportedly in talks to buy AMC theaters as well we have not received any official word on a potential deal.

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02:29 min | 11 months ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Sanders in the latest poll four days before the South Carolina primary that debate is set for five o'clock our time tonight yes the people in the Midwest and northeast will have to contend with heavy snow and miserable travel conditions this week from the Midwest into the central Great Lakes region six to twelve inches of snow could fall with travel affected starting today Chicago could see its biggest storm of the season global news time seven twenty good for business now it's powered by Washington federal bank can here's what fed bank spread good home prices increased nationally three point eight percent in December according to the case Shiller index and redfin reports home inventories are at record lows in bidding wars are increasing once again finally some welcome news for Boeing this morning all Nippon Airways or a an ageist announcing in order for twelve Boeing seventy seven dream liners with options to buy five more that will bring a in these fleet of Dreamliners to one hundred three by twenty twenty five A. N. A. of Japan has been one of the world's main customers for Boeing products and was the first to fly seventy seven tens on domestic routes Boeing which is still struggling amid the ongoing grounding of the seven thirty seven Max had no orders in January an all time low that's good for business uncommon who's checking wallstreet the Dow is down just about three twenty seven thousand nine fifty seven S. and P. five hundred up for the nasdaq is down six coming up your traffic and weather then that will be the Washington distillers use a stain smallest help them perfect their craft also give me a chance to win with today's did you hear komo news in all things purple and gold Monday at six is the husky hoops coaches show with Mike Hopkins and Jodie with Wednesday seven Thursday night dog house Wednesday edition with bills towards the home of the Huskies komo news capital one knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card Zacks dot Graham street in Brighton the khaki shorts your G. N. L. energy bill went up sixty percent this month seems like you want to stand clear of the closing doors so you know the Capital One assisted the catches things that might look wrong increases to a recurring bill then sends an alert to your phone and help you fix it another way Capital One is watching out for your money when you're not double one what's in your wallet to Capital One dot com for details limitations apply my fountain of youth Amanda is a pro club member the physicians at pro clubs age management center really helped me get my energy back and I'm sleeping better than ever.

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03:02 min | 1 year ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Days maybe weeks and also critically there was never any evidence that anyone in Iran leadership instead do the attack news correspondent Karen Travers is with us right now from the White House good morning Karen good morning yesterday was rather unusual to see Republicans like rand Paul and Mike Lee come out of that briefing and they seemed a little bit upset they with they broke with president trump honesty yeah this is really striking you mean at rand Paul has certainly very steadfast views on foreign intervention the what he was saying yesterday is that the administration didn't give them anything new nothing that he didn't read already in a newspaper and if this is a classified briefing to justify this strike last week in the administration's strategy they're expecting to hear more my cleave said it was the most insulting briefing he's received in nine years as a senator we're told by multiple sources that the defense secretary mark asper told lawmakers that they should not debate the limits of the president's authority to strike a rod multiple sources tell us that asper said doing that could embolden Tehran in her US troops that's what some of those lawmakers especially Mike Lee are upset about the Pentagon is defending as per se he was responding to a direct question on this issue and he was expressing his concerns about on an intentional messages that could be given to US troops what's been the reaction to the president's speech yesterday and what we know about the the new sanctions against Iran we don't know much about the sanctions all say that to start the president said this would be powerful sanctions new sanctions they're already sanctions on Iran that I've had a crippling effect on that country's economy so look for the treasury department to give details of this but the president said it was gonna go into effect immediately the reaction was bipartisan in the sense of relief that the president was not going to take things a step further that the president said a Ron was standing down after that strike earlier this week and that he was not going to respond so relief but still there was a lot of criticism as expected about last week about that strike against all the money what the intelligence was and I think also questions now about the strategy presence made it clear that you know this isn't over in the sand the United States won't respond if Iran does something else question is what's the red line is it just a Ron taking action or those proxy groups or pro rainy and militia groups operating in a in the region what if they do something how does the administration react close to talk about the president hits the campaign trail again tonight right he's in Toledo Ohio tonight added another campaign rally will be in Wisconsin next week in the New Jersey at the end of the month so it's hard to really ramp it up a bit one rally for sure a week maybe start hitting the trails two days a week in the early part of two thousand twenty have a great day thanks for talking with us this morning ABC news correspondent Karen Travers with us from the White House couple news time seven twenty for business now it's powered by Washington federal bank now what fed bank spread good morning sprints getting ready for its planned merger with bell he based team mobile by shutting down its virgin mobile.

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03:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Of the injuries seem to be life threatening members of the twenty fifth in for two years and infantry division at Alaska or conducting night jumps their camp Shelby when the wind blew several members of the unit into the trees president trump continues to lash out at the man leading the house impeachment inquiry against him talking with reporters at the White House yesterday trump referred to California Democrat Adam Schiff as shifty chef you should be forced to resign from Congress Adam Schiff is a low life ABC's Karen Travers is with us from the White House this morning that was one of quite a few attacks yesterday Karen yeah the president was very combative yesterday with reporters I thought he was all but tense at moments with the president of Finland he was going after Democrats as you saw there are heard there with Adam Schiff who is is frequent target yesterday the chairman of the house intelligence committee he was going after the media as you saw in the oval office and in the east room yesterday when the president got into a bit of an exchange with a Reuters reporter Jeff Mason was trying to ask him pretty straight forward critical question here and he was also I think lashing out again as we saw about the whistle blower it himself and the president still have trying to poke holes in the credibility there and say that the whistle blowers information is inaccurate but I think we said this before you and I talking that day the White House still has not done any on the record response rebuttal to the details and a whistle blower complaint that the president keeps saying is inaccurate. it also resorted to a profanity on Twitter which sort of put the media in a rough spot yesterday on trying to report on the words that the president used yeah I'm not going to say it the president did dad say VS yesterday and you know I think again it shows the president's mood his frustrations right now he he's been on the defensive and also my sense from having been here for the entire Russia investigation is that the president is saw that as a much more slow rolling thing I mean he will he wanted to wrap up quickly but his aides were telling him you just have to let this process play out that there was gonna be a long and wide reaching investigation but it will end at some point this feels very different right now this is only been a week and a half since all of this has been breaking in every hour there's a new development every hour there's a new angle that reporters are pursuing or that house Democrats are revealing on Capitol Hill and the president's team is very different than it was last year you don't have a Serra Sanders out on cable defending the president to work sparring with reporters on the driveway or doing the occasional briefings instead the president is carrying the load right now of his own defense and I think what you saw yesterday was the president feeling a lot of pressure and he's doing that and the president is on the road today right he's heading to Florida for an event that had been postponed in August but he's going to go down there to retirement facility and talk to seniors and sign an executive order about Medicare would cover then I'll be back at the White House this evening sorry thanks very much for sharing the information with us this morning ABC news correspondent Karen traversed at the White House former Attorney General Jeff sessions says he still supports president trump in even though trump mocked him for more than a year before firing him Alabama dot com reports sessions had kind words for trump at a Republican fundraiser this week homeowners time seven twenty. now for good for business powered by Washington federal bank here's what fed banks Brad good ATM fees have now hit a record high the average cost for withdrawing your own cash from an out of network machine is up to four dollars and seventy two cents that's up more than three percent in the last year and thirty three percent in the last decade.

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02:58 min | 1 year ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Was quick to retaliate by lifting the rate on US tariffs on Chinese goods but the president says there are these new communications and he specifically pointing to a statement from China's vice premier who says that they are willing to talk and to go forward in an attitude of cooperation and call it we'll see if that goes forward of course we've been to a roller coaster with president trump just in the matter of the last few days over where things really stand on the trade for we've seen him call press she and enemy just days ago and then yesterday he was back to calling him a brilliant leader also Jordan the president seems a little more willing to speak with the Iranians possibly with a little push from a crown yes Matt Grahn I had a kind of surprise meeting with the foreign minister of Iran at the G. seven this weekend and he said at a press conference with president trump that the Iranians are willing to sit down with president trump president trump said that he would be willing to sit down with president Rouhani and then we saw from the Iranians to backtrack on that we thought at first then save yes we'd like to have this meeting but then honey said now that he is not willing to be part of a photo op for president trump and that they need to see sanctions lifted on Iran before he'd be willing to do that if a meeting of course did go forward it would be historic we haven't seen a U. S. Iranian leaders sit down together since before the Iranian revolution in nineteen seventy nine so is there anything we might read into the president's relationship with a manual mode Cronin these reactions after the to meet face to face you know those two have a very interesting relationship we see them sometimes have conflict out in the open president trump's even talked about this but then they also have this sort of fun playful relationship with each other of course president macaron is the only other world leader that president trump has ever hosted for a formal state visit here in the United States so I think that speaks in a big way to the relationship these two men have but there definitely is sort of a power struggle that we see between these two men had they both kind of liked it out man one another we see them have sort of these forceful handshake for they seem to not want to let go of each other but in this case the president had a lot of praise for Emmanuel Mack brown in the role he's played in negotiating with Iran and is is willing to to see him continue to be in that mediating role if things go forward ABC's Jordan Phelps with us on the homeowners line and that's come was bill o'neil coming up on three twenty year como propel insurance money updates and now a little correction today the Dow average dropping a hundred twenty one to close at twenty five seven seventy eight the nasdaq fell twenty seventh in the S. and P. five hundred down nine points good for business powered by Washington federal bank here's what fed banks Brad good good afternoon the.

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01:38 min | 1 year ago

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"In the the more take not withstanding GOP house members will be in Baltimore for three days in September the sitting president often visits this congressional retreat not clear if that'll happen this time Scott Goldberg ABC news now your propelling churns money update at the closing bell the Dow was up three hundred seventy three points to twenty six to eighty nasdaq job hundred fifty three points in the S. and P. five hundred gained forty three points to close at twenty nine twenty six good for business sponsored by Washington federal bank here's what fed banks bread good good afternoon once a Darling of early social media Verizon is now selling tumblr to the owner of the blogging platform wordpress tumblr is known for its devoted fanbase and has been home to many famous blog posts from celebrities like Taylor swift and others Yahoo bought tumblr for one point one billion dollars in twenty thirteen but ended up writing off much of its value Verizon then acquired in twenty seventeen wall by Yahoo hoping it would compete with Google and Facebook that has not worked out for Verizon Microsoft Office is going by way of the subscription model instead of making a one time purchase for services like word excel or power point the software maker plans to charge users of its home use program a yearly fee will cost between fifty and seventy Bucks depending on what program you choose for aba Microsoft says it will continue to offer the program for a flat fee that's good for business uncommon whose money news at twenty and fifty past the hour commute conditions coming up in the sweet story of a dad who had to get rid of those old car and it has been reunited with it will tell you about that but como.

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02:40 min | 1 year ago

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"The people there how they feel about president trump's planned visit there tomorrow I know but roar because from there doesn't want him there but what are the people that you're speaking with saying well you get kind of a mixed set up for responses when you're at that it's almost seven hundred thousand people here in el Paso yes it is predominantly Hispanic and predominantly Democrat and so I think probably if you were to do a poll you'd find that most people are not so crazy about having the president come here there are some Google are supporting his trip to the area and see console in chief so among his critics of course is the mayor of el Paso who himself is a Republican but it could be Margot has wrangled with but the president in the past rhetorically over a border issues over the the need for a border wall yes the mayor de Marco says he will be standing there at the foot of the steps when president trump steps off of airforce one tomorrow just a gut wrenching situation and now rip off artists adding insult to injury the artist terrible do that there are phone calls being pleased to some people this morning comes from that first from the el Paso police department that if somebody calls you soliciting for donations for the memorial services for the victims of the shooting just hang up or try together they actually look for police to sing try to gather some information don't get the money or try to figure out who they are where they are what this is all about the other one is even a little more sinister people are sending emails out and soliciting for donations and even if you don't spend money if you click on a specific link in there you could be affecting your computer with malware you know it's awful that somebody would be doing this at a time when this community is trying to come together and and face these deaths ABC's Jim Ryan joining us from el Paso thank you Jim meantime the family of suspected Dayton mash shooter Connor bets as if they are stunned by the shooting bell brook police chief Doug Dorothy read the statements that's family is shocked and devastated by the events of Sunday morning in the Oregon district for the most heartfelt prayers and condolences to all the victims the families and friends the family said they are cooperating with law enforcement thank all the first responders who went to the scene and to the bell park police for keeping the family safe they ask for privacy as they mourn the loss of their son and daughter in process the horror of Sunday's events now I five twenty temper propellant churns money update the Dow gained three hundred twelve points to close at twenty six the nasdaq rose a hundred seven points to close at seventy eight thirty three and the S. and P. five hundred gained thirty seven points now good for business sponsored by Washington federal bank years well fed banks red good good afternoon if you are in the market for a condo in the Seattle area then I have so much improved news for you prices do continue to slide new numbers released from the MLS.

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02:31 min | 2 years ago

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"They will still save lives, even without a paycheck. How much farther when the clock started taking can we go without a paycheck for some families that check is their only source of income. Are they going to buy things are they going to buy diapers? Twelve they've been pulling together to pay bills and put food on the table. We need to come together as a community, and we need to help these people that aren't getting bay checks more than three thousand active duty and reserve members are stationed in the Pacific northwest for the coastguard CEO and president of Washington federal Bank. Brent Berdahl says that his Bank is going to help government workers on furlough bridge the gap during the shutdown. So we're going to give back a little bit. And the way we're going to that is a quick loan for impacted government workers where we will give them up to ninety. Days interest free for up to six paychecks to really help bridge this gap of while they government shutdown both current customers and people who don't have an account yet with federal Washington federal are eligible more information at Washington federal dot com as the partial government shutdown continue. So to the sick calls from TSA agents. Here's komo's Nazi tack. Many of the travellers tell us they got here extra early. Just in case there were not enough TSA agents on duty to keep the lines moving as fast as usual. The latest numbers. Have nearly seven percent of TSA workers calling in sick whether or not getting paid that's about twice the typical rate that has caused long lines and some of the country's busiest airports. Now, we talked to flyers this morning who are worried they might miss their flight. So when you at the airport this morning by the government shutdown where you worried the line for longer surely. Are you worried that you might not make it to your flight a little bit? Russian a little bit. But it's okay. We'll make it to keep those planes in service. The FAA is now ordering its inspectors back on the job from furlough planes can't fly unless they've been inspected. Instead of keep the air traffic moving they want to keep those planes. Getting inspected was inspectors being called back from being off the job because that partial government shutdown, right? That's komo's there is on reporting twelve forty and onto the Harley exterior sports desk. Now, here's Tom Glasgow. With college football Alabama quarterback. Jalen hurts has decided to transfer to Oklahoma. He made the announcement today in a story in the player's Tribune. He will be available immediately to play for the Sooners as a graduate transfer hurts was a two year starter who led Alabama to a pair of national championship games. And was the southeastern conference offensive player of the year as a freshman rivals dot com is reporting.

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Zero five point nine FM, some light snow this morning, an inch or two possible. Accumulation later today. It'll be cloudy, brisk and called a high of thirty seven degrees. Normal is fifty two right now, the O'Hare reading is thirty three degrees. WBZ news time four nine thousand nine our top story. A fast moving wildfire ravaged northern California town yesterday San residents racing to escape on roads that turned into tunnels of fire as thick smoke. Blanketed? The daytime sky with darkness fire officials said thousands of structures in the community of paradise California were destroyed essentially decimating the community in a single day. More from CBS that's coming up at the bottom of the hour. Marijuana users in Michigan are going to have to wait to legally use the drug after voters approved recreational use experts say it could take a couple of years before the industry is up and running. I the election results have to be certified, and then it could still be early December before possession of marijuana in Michigan is legal adding more time municipalities have to decide whether they're in and. Decide where the industry can set up shop across the border in Indiana WSB, t in south bend reports, the Saint Joseph county prosecutor Ken cutter is already met with police chiefs to discuss the issue bring it to Indiana. They will be convicted state police sergeant Ted Bader said there won't be any get out of jail free cards. You're going to have to keep in mind where you are. We don't have to rewrite the way we do traffic. Stop. Tim McGraw the founder of Canada hub says marijuana zoned real estate can go for two or three times what it would normally cost. Mike Crausser NewsRadio on one point nine FM. A UIC historian is being honored by her. Peers UIC says professor barber Ranby is this year's recipient with the American. Studies associations surprise for public scholarship. Ran three is a professor in the college of liberal arts and sciences officials say the award recognizes scholars were their work that educates the lay public influences policies or in other ways seeks to address inequities Ranby will be honored relief association's annual meeting in Atlanta, Keith. Johnson NewsRadio one zero five point nine FM plans being made for a new feature along Chicago's skyline. The owner of the a on center Chicago's third tallest building has reportedly one support for the addition of a new tourist attraction at the building on Randolph and observation deck on the eighty second and eighty third floors. Crain's Chicago business reports that alderman Brendan Riley at I had problems with the idea. But his spokeswoman now says he's embracing the plan. The owner of the center is a New York-based developer the new tourist attraction could bring as many as two million visitors a year, Chris Kreider L NewsRadio on one five point nine FM, Chicago Bank that federal regulators shut down last year had been involved in a more than eighty two million dollar fraud scheme and haunted by the Treasury Department's inspector general found officials in Washington federal Bank for savings issued residential and commercial loans that have never been repaid. Laid the sun times reports the audit laid some of the blame for the banks fraudulent activities on federal regulators banks president was found dead December third and the park ridge home of a Bank customer who owed the Bank about one point eight million dollars. Is death was ruled a suicide bank's failure is under investigation by the FBI and the FDIC which is trying to collect the unpaid loans. It's four twenty three. Are you? Morning. There.

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"washington federal bank" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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03:02 min | 2 years ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Thousands of people lined streets freeway overpasses and even the freeway itself is the body of the southern California deputy sheriff killed trying to stop mass shooting last night was taken to the medical examiner's office mature county sheriff's sergeant Ron Hillis was the first to enter the borderline bar and grill after a gunman opened fire with a semiautomatic handgun. He was immediately met with gunfire died at a local hospital. Many believe he saved dozens of lives by his role action. The outpouring of support for this. Officer is tremendous in a word people can't get to the freeway. So they're climbing up onto it from the parallel side streets, saluting waving flags hands folded in a prayerful pose some with tears all in shock over his dad and the death of eleven others massacred Wednesday night twelve Thousand Oaks, I'm Jim Roope, twelve people including the deputy sheriff sergeant or killed the gunman was found dead inside the bar and police believe that he shot himself a Chicago Bank that federal regulators. Shutdown last year had been involved in a eighty two million dollar fraud scheme an audit by the US Treasury Department's inspector general found officials at Washington federal Bank for savings issued residential and commercial loans that never had been repaid. The Chicago sun times reports the audit lays some of the blame for the banks fraudulent activities on federal regulators. The audit report reports reports that regulators treated Washington federal as a training or practice Bank for rookie examiners Bank. President John Jim Barra was found dead December third in the park ridge Hallam with a Bank customer who owed the Bank about one point eight million dollars. Kamara was sitting in a chair with a rope around his neck. His death was ruled a suicide by the Cook County medical examiner's office. The bank's failure is under investigation by the FBI and the FDIC which is trying to collect the unpaid loans and a fifth and final defendant charged in Illinois tax fraud. Scheme has been sentenced to more than eight years behind bars are rob martier with that statement from the US attorney's office in Springfield says forty four. Year old Clifton tie Robinson was sentenced for fraud aggravated identity theft. Prosecutors say Robinson of Chicago was the leader of the scheme that claimed more than one point eight million dollars in refunds from false. Tax returns Robinson and his four co conspirators were also ordered to pay one point two million dollars in restitution to the IRS for hundreds of false income tax returns between twenty twelve in two thousand fourteen Robinson was convicted in may at a bench trial. The judge described him as the schemes leader the other defendants received sentences between a year and twenty six months, rob martier. WLS AM eight ninety news taking a look at the roads right now, we have in the loop some protesters marching to Trump Tower right now, it looks like they're at Wacker State Street. So these these enrolling closures that we're seeing here. The Edens right now out to lake cook twenty two minutes inbound from lake cook. To the junction we have an hour. Ten if you're traveling on the Kennedy O'Hare to from the burn interchange the junction thirty five to O'Hare fifty two. Minute trip. If you're traveling from O'Hare to downtown that's an hour. Ten.

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"washington federal bank" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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02:47 min | 2 years ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The outpouring of support for this. Officer is tremendous in a word people can't get to the freeway. So they're climbing up onto it from the parallel side streets, saluting waving flags hands folded in a prayerful pose some with tears all in shock over his death and the death of Levin. Others massacred Wednesday night. In Thousand Oaks, I'm Jim Roope. The gunman was found dead inside the bar and police believe that he shot himself. Eighty-five year old supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, fractured three ribs. In a fall in her office at the court and is in the hospital. The court says its oldest Justice fell last evening and went to George Washington University hospital earlier today after experiencing discomfort overnight in Ginsberg's absence. The court is going ahead with the ceremony welcoming new Justice Brad Cavanaugh who joined the court last month, there appears to be a significant under vote mckenry county with regards to state wide races are Nick gale explains of the McHenry county votes cast in Tuesday's midterm election. The unofficial election results showed that about twenty one percent of voters did not pick candidates in statewide races. For governor attorney general secretary of state and comptroller, the McHenry county clerk says the county's election. Reporting software, maybe the culprit, and they're looking into it state rep, David mcsweeney of Barrington hills. Saw those results in contacted the state board of elections. Asking them to formally look into the under vote saying it raises a red flag of the ballots cast roughly seventy nine percent included a pick for either Bruce rounder or Jay Pritzker. The northwest herald reports that is twenty percent lower than the ninety nine percent of will county ballots. Ninety eight point six percent in Kane and lake and ninety eight point three percent in Cook County, the clerk though, pigs of missing votes to bullet voting or under voting the practice of voting in one race on the ballot. Despite the ability to vote in more, Nick AL, WLS AM, eight ninety Chicago Bank. The federal regulators shut down last year had been involved in an eighty two million dollar fraud scheme and audit by the US Treasury Department's inspector general found officials at Washington federal Bank for savings issued residential and commercial loans that have never been repaid. The Chicago Sun-Times reports the audit lays some of the blame for the banks fraudulent activities on federal regulators the audit reports regulators treated Washington federal as a training. More practice Bank for rookie examiners Bank. President John Gambaro was found dead December third in the park ridge home of a Bank customer who owed the Bank about one point eight million dollars. Kamara was sitting in a chair with a rope around his neck. His death was ruled a suicide by the Cook County medical examiner's office. The bank's failure is under investigation by the FBI and by the FDIC, which is trying to collect the unpaid loans. WLS news time four oh three. Look at the roads. Edens out to lake cook twenty minutes.

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"washington federal bank" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"washington federal bank" Discussed on KOMO

"Used to create these detailed sketches of cold case suspects that's bastion suspected killer on the right and michaela welches on the left now here's how it works local detective cindy na samples to paragon nanno labs in virginia then scientists to read the dna to figure out things like hair color eye color and other identifying genetics for example they had a case that happened twenty years ago and this comes out and they go you know i knew a friend a friend of mine he looked like that twenty years ago that i wonder if it could be him and then of course they'd go see if it could be him and if it is if it's close enough then they'll get it simple for that guy scientists say while the sketches do help investigators find a lead there is still no guarantee it will lead to the killer but it does give police info they couldn't have known without that technology she tried to hide behind big sunglasses but lynnwood police hope someone recognizes this bank robber says she passed a note demanding money at a washington federal bank this afternoon detectives are looking into a possible connection between that robbery and this one in marysville a woman also wearing sunglasses at the horizon bank on wednesday seattle's employee tax on businesses is headed to a final vote on monday if it passes mayor jenny durkan says she won't sign it evita what's in the whole process back to square one today a council committee rejected the mayor's compromise plan it would have lowered the tax from five hundred dollars per employee per year to two hundred fifty dollars opponents said her plan would have spent more on homeless services and less on affordable housing housing deeply subsidized portable housing.

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