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"washington richardson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:33 min | 7 months ago

"washington richardson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Sunday, clearing skies, gusty northwesterly winds and the much colder high on Sunday of 40 degrees. Right. 46 degrees right now got quite the legislative pile up towards the end of this year. The House and the Senate juggling government funding negotiations, defense build, discuss, along with the renewed push for the coronavirus relief. Can they get anything done with the limited time that's left joining us now with Tanya J. Powers with what the agenda looks like, good morning. Morning. Yes, There's a lot going on. Yeah, um, the Where do you start loving you? Exactly. Where do you start? I mean, you know, there's there's already there. Still talks of, you know, the coronavirus stimulus package? That's just one of the things that they're, uh, that they have to juggle at this point. Also, they've got took that, you know, spending Some sort of spending agreement going on. So the compassion that passed the measure that keeps the government open past next week when it would shut down without that kind of legislation. Um then, on top of everything else, you've got the house scheduled to leave town by the 11th. The Senate could stay in town for an additional week. The House majority leader standing. Boyer wants to stick to that schedule. He says. You know, it's kind of optimistic. And, of course, Congress was known for their last minute decisions on on things. Sometimes the senator Purple, the Senate Appropriations Committee chair, Richard Shelby. Uh, he thinks Congress still be in session for several more weeks. Because they're gonna like, get done here. Yeah, I've always refer to what is making sausage right, grinding it out. But I think what everybody's really got their eyes on right now. Is coronavirus relief. I mean, people don't have two nickels to rub together these days. Oh, exactly. I mean, that is that is clearly uh, You know, one of the two most pressing things they have to talk about, like a government shutdown would would just be insult upon injury. Uh, yeah. And then you've got the literally and you've got the coronavirus stimulus. You know, Bill that they keep haggling over, Um You know, two members of a matter of fact, Two more people in the house have also tested positive this week. I mean, it kind of just sort of underscores the whole fact that you know there's something going to have to be done about this. Um, and that's one of the things that they're, you know, they're undertaking right now to see if they can come to some kind of agreement. Um, you know, hopefully they will, because, like you said it It's looking pretty dire for a lot of people. Financial. Yeah, Yeah, Absolutely. And you know the fact that two more people have come down with it there. That slaps a little irony on the situation too. All right, Tanya powers from okay. Have a great weekend. Stay safe, my friend. Thank you. Okay, JT minutes after six o'clock. Senate judiciary planning to vote next week two on President Trump's nomination for federal judges. More on that story from Fox is Rich Edson from Capitol Hill. Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell says on his priority list confirming judges is on Lee next to keeping the government open. McConnell says the Senate has confirmed 229 trump judicial nominees, including three Supreme Court justices, and more than 50. Circuit Court judges. Putting President Trump ahead of his recent predecessors. Even those who served two terms. Democrats contend McConnell's plans to add to that total now break longstanding precedent. They argued that since 1984 on Lee in 2004 and 2012 has the committee held nomination hearings for judge is the president's in those years. Unlike President Trump won reelection, and we're headed into a second consecutive term. In Washington. Richardson Fox News Good news for Wal Mart employees retail giant announcing another round of bonuses yesterday that will be welcome news to associates. It stores across the country. Many associates received quarterly bonuses and their recent paychecks. And now on December 24th, they're also gonna be receiving special bonuses and recognition of their work during the pandemic. Full time workers are in line for a $300 bonus and part time workers are expected to receive half of that. In addition, the retailer has announced that it's going to extend its covert leave policy. That allows workers up to two weeks paid time off if they need to stay home because of the Corona virus, and that policy now runs through July 5th 2021 so WalMart giving employees 1/4 round two bonuses and also a lot of help during covert 1920 minutes after six o'clock, let's go to the roadways once again, is that the traffic center check on the flow of things in the early going with John Hamblin. They want to shortchange him. John's brought to us by Merrill Nelson Headaches for the mass folks with an accident clearing in.

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"washington richardson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"washington richardson" Discussed on KOMO

"From our state wants to make sure this tech is employ deployed as soon as possible. Now, he's better than later democratic Senator Maria Cantwell who's just giving the bad news about the upcoming fire season. We are projected to be above normal Senate hearing Cantwell grills US forest service chief Vicki christianson on technical advances, including hyper spectral cameras and thermal sensors that promised to revolutionize the way wildfires are detected and suppress the technology that. We were able to pass in the wildland firefighting Bill to do thermal awareness on fire starts, I just want to understand from you what we can do to use that now. So that we can have quicker response if we are going to see this risk in western Washington Richardson, tells the Senator only that she would be pleased to discuss it further can't well and Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado have spearheaded congressional efforts to secure money. For modern firefighting tech Corwin Hake. Komo news. Congress is looking into the skyrocketing costs of insulin and other drugs. The university of Washington says a month supply costs about four hundred and fifty dollars in the US while the same amount is about thirty five bucks in Canada. This is Dr Earl Hersh, and when I see these people surviving are barely surviving because they can't get insulin. It really hurts me at the gut level the house oversight and investigations subcommittee holding a hearing on the issue tomorrow figures, I just got my flu shot a week ago. And now the worst of the flu season. We hear may have ended. Come owes. Eric Heintz reports according to the State Department of health two hundred ninety six influenza related deaths were reported across Washington last year compared to two hundred seventy eight and twenty seventeen as March thirtieth of this year. There have been one hundred sixty and this year's total is still the third highest over the last nine years. Fortunately, last week, local clinics, emergency rooms and hospitals. Saw a marked drop and flu activity. Flu cases at the Everett clinic P three weeks ago when they were around eight hundred positive test in the week leading into March seventeenth the Everett herald reports last week that number dipped to around two hundred Eric Heintz, KOMO news. Perhaps not a surprise. But bowling revealed today, how the grounding of the seven thirty seven max cut into its delivery schedule. More from komo's Gregg Hersholt in the first quarter of two thousand eighteen Boeing delivered one hundred thirty two of its most popular models this year that number tumbled to eighty nine. News version of the seven thirty seven remains grounded around the world following two deadly crashes. Boeing did not. Disclose today. How many of the seven thirty sevens were the max version it continues producing an earlier model, but the max is expected to account for a very high percentage of seven thirty seven deliveries this year separately today. American Airlines cut a key revenue estimate after Kathleen twelve hundred flights in the first quarter due to the grounding of its twenty four max jets and Boeing his acknowledged than at each of those two crashes, a faulty sensor triggered anti-stalking system. When it wasn't needed pushing the plane's nose down. Gregg Hersholt, KOMO news. If you fly a lot, maybe you've thought about getting global entry to get through airport. Security faster comes into factor has a warning from the Better Business Bureau. If you hop online and search for the government website to get global entries gamers are able to post advertisements search to make it look like it's the real government service website, David Quinlan with the BBB says when you click on the link to the fake site. They're told that this service. This third party vendor will do all the heavy lifting. All you need to do submit your personal information, and.

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"washington richardson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"washington richardson" Discussed on KOMO

"You're listening to ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo midday. Good afternoon to to from the KOMO twenty four hour news center. I'm Jeff Pohjola. Here's what we're following for this Tuesday. The ninth of April two thousand nineteen getting a jump on wildfires. Could soon involve thermal cameras and other sensors designed to detect spikes in wildland heat, come Corwin Haeck reports. The Senator from our state wants to make sure this tech is deployed as soon as possible now is better than later democratic Senator Maria Cantwell who's just getting the bad news about the upcoming fire season. We are projected to be above normal Senate hearing Cantwell grills US forest service chief Vicki christianson on technical advances, including hyper spectral cameras and thermal sensors that promised to revolutionize the way wildfires are detected and suppress the technology that we were able to pass in the wildland firefighting Bill to do thermal awareness on fire starts, I just want to understand from you. What we can. Due to use that now so that we can have quicker response if we are going to see this risk in western Washington Richardson, tells the Senator only that she would be pleased to discuss it further can't well and Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado have spearheaded congressional efforts to secure money. For modern firefighting tech Corwin Hake. Komo news. Interstates other Senator Patty Murray has launched a sweeping piece of legislation aimed at harassment in the workplace. Be heard act will take strong news steps it will establish new clear standards to strengthen prevention in workplaces nationwide. It will empower workers to come forward by providing new resources and support Murray says the goal is a federal law requiring equal treatment at work regale, regardless of gender race, religion, sexual orientation or age. Detectives are investigating a deadly gunfight in Burien this morning. Komo's Denise Whitaker reports from the scene say there was. Quite a shootout this morning. The evidence markers on the ground. Certainly showcase that this happened. Just after midnight here in theory in the gun battle ended with ex pointy seven year old man dead. A forty something year old man in the hospital. But investigators tell us that several people were firing the weapons investigators spent more than five hours out here collecting evidence. They are still looking for the people did all.

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"washington richardson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"washington richardson" Discussed on KOMO

"Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo midday. Good afternoon. Twelve to from the KOMO twenty four hour news center. I'm Jeff Pohjola here in the middle of twenty minutes of nonstop news. Here's what we're following for this. The ninth of April two thousand and nineteen getting a jump on wildfires. Catoon involve thermal cameras and other sensors designed to detect spikes in wildland heat, come Corwin Hake reports a US Senator from our state and wants to make sure this tech is deployed as soon as possible now is better than later for democratic Senator Maria Cantwell, who's just getting the bad news about the upcoming fire season, we are projected to be above normal hearing Cantwell grills US forest service chief Vicki christianson on technical advances including hyper spectral cameras and thermal sensors that promise. To revolutionize the way wildfires are detected and suppressed the technology that we were able to pass in the wildland firefighting Bill to do thermal awareness on fire starts, I just want to understand from you what we can do to use that now. So that we can have quicker response if we are going to see this risk in western Washington Richardson, tells the Senator only that she would be pleased to discuss it further can't well and Republican Senator Cory Gardner of Colorado have spearheaded congressional efforts to secure money. For modern firefighting tech Corwin Hake. Komo news Washington. Other US Senator Patty Murray has launched a sweeping piece of legislation. Taking aim at harassment in the workplace. It'd be heard.

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"washington richardson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"washington richardson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Humid later tonight low sixty two, then for the day on Wednesday sunny pleasant low humidity high eighty two right now seventy four to eight ten and one zero three one w. g.. Y. FOX's rich Edson on President Trump's meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin The day after President Trump's roundly criticized performance in Helsinki Russian state media is. Measured in cautious noting major differences remain between the countries on Iran serious sanctions and NATO expansion with no. Signs summit agreement it's, unclear what if anything, the president agreed to beyond, support for peace between Syria and Israel and vague promises of. Continued cooperation and dialogue administration officials described the Helsinki meeting as the beginning. Of, a process between the US and Russia as for another summit an official, says the administration is reviewing the discussions from yesterday and considering its next. Steps in Washington Richardson Fox News guilty again dean skeleton his son Adam guilty dean skeleton accuser strong, arming companies which were, lobbying, him, to give his son. Adam either do nothing or no show jobs in, exchange for, political favors, dean and Adam is found guilty today of extortion, wire fraud and bribery. Dean and Adam scuttles were found guilty in two thousand fifteen on similar charges but, those convictions Were overturned when, the US supreme court narrow the definition of political corruption sentencing set for, October twenty fourth This afternoon. Three state workers were taken to the hospital when one of them opened a letter Albany police department spokesman Steve Smith tells w. g. y. police and fire department personnel call the department of state's offices. On the fifth floor of one commerce, plaza at ninety nine Washington avenue for reports of a suspicious package when the officers arrived on the scene they determined that the package was a letter was a letter sent from a foreign country at there was some type of stain on the letter. That caused concern for, the employees who Oakland Smith says that the person who opened the letter became ill so, to two coworkers, all three. Taken to the hospital has met firefighters said that the stain on the letter, the letter. Itself not dangerous the incident has been turned over to state police and the city, of Charlotte. North Carolina now on board. To.

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