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Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:46 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"On Lee 24 hour News Station Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Kelly Blier, and here are some of your co Moh headlines. Health officials in rural communities in Washington state are worried that Thanksgiving gatherings could take the covert 19 pandemic from bad to worse and in some places overwhelm already strained health systems. Small towns surrounding Spokane County of experienced a surge in cases in recent weeks, marrying Trencin statewide. In the last two weeks, the Northeast Tri County Health District reported more than 300 new covert 19 cases, a record number, health officials in Washington state reported more than 4200 new confirmed Cove in 19 cases. Washington State Department of Health published the state's latest numbers on Friday. Numbers were not updated Thursday because of the Thanksgiving holiday On Friday, the Department of Health reported 4261 new case is the latest search pushes the statewide total since the start of the pandemic to more than 158,000 confirmed cases. And more than 2700 deaths and a new report shows people infected with the coronavirus in King County in recent weeks have been mostly exposed in households in a variety of social activities and gatherings and in workplaces. Public health. Seattle and King County released the report this week Showing disease transmission is not linked to a few hot spots, County health officer Dr Jeff Duchin says with cases triple the numbers they were in October, it is fair to assume that exposure in King County can happen anywhere. People are around other people, especially indoors. Ah young musical prodigy from Puyallup will lift your spirits and amaze you. He's one of Eric Johnson's heroes. There was a home and Pugh out than outside of it. You can hear the wonderful sounds of the mills kids running wild in the world. Inside. You might hear the sounds of eight year old Leland, let.

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Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"A unique dynamic, of course, is a device that has a built in computer that basically can manage to navigate the various temperatures that are required for these vaccines to ultimate get to the point of you succeed. It's an ABC News Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon. It is 4 31 on Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 News Center. Washington State Department of Health is reporting 4200 more cases of covert in the last day. No numbers were announced on Thanksgiving Day because of the holiday. This latest surge pushes the statewide total since the pandemic began to more than 158,000 and more than 2700 deaths. Now we wait with Thanksgiving and all the warnings about large gatherings behind US. Health experts are bracing for what the next couple of weeks might bring from the Corona virus pandemic That's really hard to predict months out where we will be in the pandemic. Lacey Fehrenbach with the State Department of Health says the pandemics progression is all dependent on what we do. The traces that we make will determine where we are. And those will have amplification effects going forwards and, according to U Dub Institute of Health Metrics in Value Asian infections and deaths are expected to keep going up well into January of next year. If we all wore a mask, we could cut that prediction by nearly 1500. We have many, many more months before we think, start to return to normal and hopefully the vaccines pan out. That's co most Nick pop on reporting a protest was held this black Friday to speak out against Amazon. Those protesters say they want the company to pay their warehouse workers more money and improve working conditions. The group also has a demand for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, according to this protester way, want to see Jeff vessels to pay his fans share in.

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Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

01:28 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

"Including home games. The San Francisco 40 Niners Senate Clara County Council James William those teams they will not be able to play games or have practices where they have direct contact within the county, alleging the Georgia voting machines were rigged to change votes from Trump to Biden, the former lawyer for the Trump campaign and some supporters in a lawsuit against the state. Nearly all the trump election lawsuits have been tossed by courts. Chuck Secrets in ABC News Co. Moh news 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon in his 3 31 I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center. Now we wait with Thanksgiving. In all the warnings about large gatherings behind US. Health experts are bracing for what the next couple of weeks might bring from the Corona virus pandemic. It's really hard to predict months out where we will be in the pandemic. Lacey Fehrenbach with the State Department of Health says the pandemics progression is all dependent on what we do. The choices that we make will determine where we are. And those will have amplification effects going forwards and, according to U Dub Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Infections and Deaths are expected to keep going up well into January of next year. If we all wore a mask, we could cut that prediction by nearly 1500. We have many, many more months before we think, Start to return to normal and hopefully the vaccines pan out. And that's Cuomo's Nick. Papa. I'm reporting the Washington State Department of Health is reporting 4200 more cases of covert in the last day in the state. No numbers were announced on Thanksgiving Day because of the holiday. This latest surge pushes the statewide total since the pandemic began to more than 158,000 and more than 2700 deaths. Protest was held this black Friday to speak out against Amazon. Those protesters say they want the company to pay their warehouse workers more money and improve working conditions. Group also has a demand for Amazon. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, according to this protester way, want to see Jeff vessels to pay his fare share? In terms of taxes and each off every fulfillment center.

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Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

00:49 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock

"Keep business moving is what everyone hopes to see. It may only be five or 10 bucks you spend but adding that altogether to our local community can have it. Jim back. But as of now, the county says it does not have a concrete number as to how many businesses have been forced to shut their doors. But I was told this, it will likely not be receiving any more federal dollars to help those small businesses, meaning your wallet has more power now. Than ever before. Let's go. Almost called Miller reporting. The Washington State Department of Health is reporting 4200 more cases of covert in the last day. No numbers were announced on Thanksgiving Day because of the holiday. This latest surge pushes the statewide total since the pandemic began to more than 158,000 more than 2700 deaths. After missing for more than three years, a very expensive cello was finally reunited with his rightful owner in Bellevue. Police say someone stole the $40,000 instrument from Alistair James. He eventually got his money back from the insurance, but over the years The investigation into the missing cello turned into a cold case until recently, when James says his cello turned up in the hands of another musician. I was scared to tell my parents because like that was a gift, you know. That musician turned the instrument into police who returned it to James. There are still no suspects in that original theft, commoners, diamonds, 12 34, Let's get a check of coma. Traffic.

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Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on Inside Out with Tami Michaels

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:41 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "washington state department" discussed on Inside Out with Tami Michaels

"97 7 Good afternoon, it is are actually still morning. Good morning. It's 11 31. I'm Kelly Blair with the top local stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center. Washington State Department of Health is reporting 4200 more cases of covert in the last day. No numbers were announced on Thanksgiving Day because of the holiday. This latest search pushes the statewide total since the pandemic began to more than 158,000 and more than 2700 deaths. Much different black Friday than we're used to. Thanks to the Corona virus. Pandemic stores were a lot more relaxed. Not that they're not turning out. There's just not as many. There's not a lot of chaos, the frenzy that we've seen in years past that's not there. If anything, the pandemic is more just paving the way for people and businesses to start really opting for online shopping, and we really saw that this year will be even more than in years past despite baby the lower turnout, then normal physically, the National Retail Federation projects Holiday sales across the country will actually increase this year. I have to 5.2% we talked with shoppers on a different black Friday shopping spree. There's usually a group of seven of us Way.

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"Murder hornet" nest destroyed "in the nick of time"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

"Murder hornet" nest destroyed "in the nick of time"

"State destroyed the first nest of the so called murder hornets in the US, they say they discovered about 500 lives specimens in various stages of development. Including no fewer than 200, Queens, which could have flown off and started their own little murder Hornet Nest seven space Egor is the managing entomologist at the Washington State Department of Agriculture. It really seems like we got there just in the nick of time as our original vacuum extraction. Seemed to only give us workers and we only got Queens four days later after we cracked it open. You know, scientists say that probably didn't eliminate the threat of murder Hornets in the U. S because they're probably more nests still out there.

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First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed with the use of technology

Worry-Free Financial Solutions

05:50 min | 3 weeks ago

First 'murder hornet' nest in U.S. destroyed with the use of technology

"Tiny technology is being used to track a huge problem. Yes, the Asian murder hornets and his 2020. We have to be worried about murder Hornets. Well, honey Kim Commandos show special Carline. We have Vikram I wre He's a PhD student at the University of Washington. And in July, he made the headlines and I actually watched the news report with him because he puts these low power lightweight, Ah wireless camera systems and he attached to the back of a live beetle to understand how to deploy a wireless vision in very small robots. Well, let me tell you about murder Hornets. They're about two inches long. I looked it up two inches long. How fast do you think these things go? Neuron to go 25 MPH these little murder awareness. So big room. Thank you so much for joining us. And let's talk about These little trackers that you're putting on these Hornets. How small, are they? Yes. So these these little trackers are about? Ah, a late six by 10 millimetres, they weigh a little more than a toothpick. Wow. So how exactly do they work? I mean, how do you attach it to the insect? Yeah. So we've actually tried a couple of different approaches for for attaching these little these all radio transmitters to the insects, But first a little note about how they work. Basically these things. They're sending out a radio signal periodically, for example, a couple times a second and the ideas that Buy, you know, listening to how strong that radio signals you can figure out how close you are to toothy. In fact, on the the goal was to be able to try to follow these things back to back to the nest. Now it's actually attach them on there. One of the purchase that I've used for working with some other insects before like beetles. Bumble bees a little drop of glue. Actually, super glue just works pretty well. For that. We found that in our in our first attempt when we're trying to tag one of these Hornets, they're actually a lot more active and some of the other animals I've worked with. And And you're doing this out in the field gets kind of tricky. And when they're moving around on, we put them on ice, Teo, you know to call them down. Make sure they don't. It'll move as much, but we still under getting a little bit of glue on one of one of the Hornets wings. So the other thing that we tried doing was just a little piece of dental floss, actually, um, we made a little news. Yeah. Yeah, it actually works really? Well, the you know, these animals have a There's three segments of their body, the head, the thorax and the abdomen and kind of joint between the lower too. There's uh, kind of skin your part where you could slip a little noose around and we were able to attach the tractor that way. Well, so, So how's the tracking going? I mean, so you put the transmitter on And it's doing my radio. Are you tracking them by like then by drone, or how exactly does that work? Yeah. So what we did was in the the hacking attempts that we've done. We've actually had a couple of people on the ground walking around with these tennis looking for, uh, basically looking for that signal, the same sort of approach that Uh, that has been used for, you know other types of wild by cracking applications. That's certainly something that I thought about mounting the same sort of thing on a grown really The only reason we didn't try. That was Just, you know, trying to get all this working in a short amount of time, but certainly doable, But basically we, uh you know, we attached the tag to the insect and released it to let it fly. And then we walk around and followed it back to back to its nest. And then So how long does the battery last cause it's gonna be teeny, tiny as well. Yeah, So that's actually one of the biggest calendars building anything. This small is you need some kind of power source and the battery and being one of the heaviest part of the whole thing. So the and you know exactly how long have battery lasts depends on a few different factors like, for example, how fast or how often it's transmitting. Um So, for example, the Ah The first, the first tracker that we used one of the ones that I built in the lab lasted about 12 hours when broadcasting appoints a second. Um, and so you know what? That's a long time. That's fact. That's fantastic. I mean, yeah, yeah, just a little little tiny thing. So So how is the tracking going so far? I mean, have you You were able to identify the nest and And have you have you had any other observations? Yeah. So on our second life tracking attempt So we found an excellent nest and that was eradicated this past weekend. I believe, um My expertise is more on the tech side, and I've been you know, through this whole effort. I've been working with folks at the Washington State Department of Agriculture. Um, a team of entomologists there, and so they went out and actually destroyed the hive.

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85 "murder hornets" killed, 13 captured alive: "Only the start"

Mark Thompson

00:40 sec | Last month

85 "murder hornets" killed, 13 captured alive: "Only the start"

"Have killed 85 of those murder Hornets and captured 13 alive. And that's only the beginning. They say they've been discovered in the U. S. And Workers from watch. The Washington State Department of Agriculture apparently destroyed the first nest of murder hornets without anybody Suffering any stings or injuries. That's amazing. It really is. And the footage is amazing. Did you see how they were able to find the nest? Know how they found they found a murder hornet. They captured it alive. Then they use dental floss to tie to the murder Hornet. A tracker. And it led them right to the nest.

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"washington state department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:50 min | Last month

"washington state department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hornets was destroyed in Washington. The Washington State Department of Agriculture says they're workers destroyed the nest Saturday after they found it last week on private property and Blaine, which is near the Canadian border. The nest was the first of its kind to be found in the U. S. So far, they are just if you don't know what the two inch Asian giant Hornets are there an invasive species not native to the U. S. They're called murder Hornets because their sting can sometimes be fatal to humans. Not even supposed to be here today. Well, I thought you'd go again when I have said the murder Hornets. No, No, you gotta you gotta you know, you got to know your spot. There we go, right? Well, that's I think that's a good sign. They found a nest and destroyed one. What do you think? Okay. I guess that's not good. Maybe maybe I was wrong to think that was good. Give anything. Honestly, I just want to see what you would do with stuff. This's zala what you people are wondering, why did they vacuum it up? Because it's weird. I mean, you could see where the murder hornet was coming out of the tree and they vacuum back ended up and people are asking. Why didn't you just burn down the entire forest, like burned down all the trees and salt the earth and be done with it. I don't know. I'm not much of a Ecosystem person, But I don't think you should burn down the whole forest. I mean, I think you could just take care of business without having to do that. But I don't know my but that does beg the question. Where did they go? Once they were vacuumed up, but they're dead. It doesn't matter. You don't know that. You don't know what happens to the murder ordinance. Well, I mean, you know we're doing. You know we're doing right now. With the murder Hornets there. John Harris. What's that? We're weaponizing them right now. They're at area 51. We are figuring out how to use some some alien tech. You know, it's getting like sharks with fricking laser beams on their head. That's we're going to have the murder on its man, right? I don't think so. I think we're murdering the murder Hornets. I think they're gone. Least this one is gone until they come back again. Well, now now, I just feel bad. Let's hope they don't come back. I'm Sean Herrick on the level on the go it on Twitter at 93. W. A. B. C and w II be si dot com A 35. Traffic on the fives. Math fair. All right, we're looking at was about 70 right now. Kevin can't candy looking a little slow State Road nine for about a couple of miles. It's not to bed. It's actually cooled off a little bit. But you're still going to get some company as you make your way into the Metro. This reminder mark history still shut down. It's gonna be for another year, but it's kind of convenient if you're putting around downtown because Brother City market Close your running from Delaware to Alabama and Elsa of Lane restrictions on both of those one ways, So it's kind of a cluster and we'll take you some time to get through there, But it's Yeah..

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First 'murder hornet' nest discovered in US

WTMJ Nights

01:11 min | Last month

First 'murder hornet' nest discovered in US

"Discovered in the U. S. Now they've got to find out how to kill the insects ASAP. The Washington State Department of Agriculture says they've located an Asian giant Hornet nest on a private property and Blaine Washington. The double. USDA says they're going to try and destroy the nest tomorrow after plans to wipe it out today were dashed due to inclement weather. Entomologists found the nest after a trapper caught to live murder Hornets. This Wednesday, using a new type of trap. Two more Hornets, also living were found in another trap yesterday and entomologists attached radio trackers to the big buggers. They stayed in a place unlike the ones a couple weeks ago that fell off and these radio trackers led them to the nest. It's pretty scary. The nest is inside a tree near an area cleared for a residential home. And authorities counted dozens of murder Hornets entering and exiting the tree. Murder Hornets usually nest in the ground, but sometimes they pick a dead tree for their home base.

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Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

KYW 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | Last month

Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

"Since the first Asian giant Hornet was caught in the U. S. Months ago, scientists have been meticulously tracking tracking at each and every sighting. What now? Officials found a distressing sign The giant insects known as murder hornets are taking hold. There's a nest Washington State Department of Agriculture Entomologists found an Asian giant hornet nest on a property in Blaine. Washington Thursday, the first one ever found in the U. S. A trapper on Wednesday collected to live Asian giant Hornets that were caught in a new type of trap. Set by the agency in an area that's been reporting murder. Hornets sightings for months The following day, officials down two more live Hornets in another trap in the same area Officials plan to eradicate the nest this weekend. That Piper CBS News

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Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:40 sec | Last month

Scientists find first-ever "murder hornet" nest in the U.S.

"Of the US earlier this year, scientists have been tracking each and every sighting in the hopes of squashing out the invasive species before it establishes. Ecology officials found a distressing sign this Washington State Department of Agriculture Entomologists found an Asian giant Hornet nest on a property in Blaine. Washington Thursday, the first one ever found in the U. S. A trapper on Wednesday collected to live Asian giant Hornets that were caught in a new type of trap set by the agency in an area that's been reporting murder. Hornets sightings for months The following day, officials down two more live Hornets in another trap in the same area Officials plan to eradicate the nest this weekend. That Piper CBS

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Search underway for murder hornets nest in Washington state

Dennis Prager

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Search underway for murder hornets nest in Washington state

"A search is underway for a nest of murder. Hornets in Washington stay officials air trying to find and destroy a nest of Asian giant Hornets believed to be near a Washington state farm town. Hornets or sometimes called murder hornets and kill honeybees that Barry farmers rely on to pollinate their crops. The Washington State Department of Agriculture found evidence of six of the Hornets over the past week near the town of Blaine. Asian Giant Hornet is the world's largest at two inches incandescent mate entire hives of high bees and deliver painful stings to humans.

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Seattle - Smoke over Puget Sound up to 6,000 feet thick and 'very unhealthy'

KUOW Newsroom

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle - Smoke over Puget Sound up to 6,000 feet thick and 'very unhealthy'

"The air and the puget sound region is still really unhealthy this morning because of the wildfires but it doesn't smell as smoky as it did last week Kyw's I li show Neil explains why the smoke we're breathing in the puget sound area right now it's kind of old. That's according to fair inherent Thorpe with the Washington State Department of Ecology. Fresh you know it's basically like standing next to a campfire and you're getting all those fresh missions right off the trees and then as it sticks around and lingers in the atmosphere. It starts to chemically react it mix with water. So it doesn't smell the same color of this guy has changed his well, it's wider less Orange Herron. Thorpe says, that's in part because of cloud cover and it's also because most of the smoke is close to the surface not far above us in the atmosphere. Eilly show Neil can you w

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Seattle - Washington State Department Reports 350 COVID-19 Cases

News, Traffic and Weather

00:16 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle - Washington State Department Reports 350 COVID-19 Cases

"The Washington State Department of Health reported 350 more covert cases in the state in the last day this state health officials are worried the holiday weekend could lead to a spike in cases. So far, the state has seen more than 77,000 confirmed cases and more than 1900 deaths.

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More than 30 infected with COVID-19 in outbreak at Bremerton hospital - KOMO News

News, Traffic and Weather

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

More than 30 infected with COVID-19 in outbreak at Bremerton hospital - KOMO News

"Officials say more than 30 Cove in 19 cases have been reported in an outbreak at a Bremerton hospital. The Washington State Department of Health says the outbreak has affected multiple units at ST Michael's Medical Center, which is part of the CH I. Franciscan system's officials say the outbreak involves hospital staff and employees. Kids at public health district and state health officials say they're working with the hospital to contain the outbreak after the first case was reported will late last week. The

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30 coronavirus cases in outbreak at hospital in Washington

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

30 coronavirus cases in outbreak at hospital in Washington

"State health officials say more than 30 Cove in 19 cases have been reported in an outbreak at a Bremer. It'd hospital Washington State Department of Health says that the outbreak has affected multiple units at ST Michael Medical Center, which is part of the CH I Franciscan system. Officials say the outbreak involves hospital staff and employees.

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More than 30 infected with COVID-19 in outbreak at Bremerton hospital

The Boom X Show with Darol Tuttle

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

More than 30 infected with COVID-19 in outbreak at Bremerton hospital

"Say more than 30 Cove in 19 cases have been reported an outbreak at a Bremerton hospital, Washington State Department of Health Said that the outbreak has affected multiple units at Saint Michael Medical Center, which is part of the CH I Franciscan system. Officials say the outbreak involves hospital staff and employees. Kits have public health district and the state health officials say they're working with the hospital to contain the outbreak after the first case was reported late last week. The

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"washington state department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:30 min | 4 months ago

"washington state department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Be on the lookout for literally everyone. Ah! How about this? Does this freak you out at all? The Washington State Department of Agriculture just announced that they have trapped A murder Hornet. They finally got one. This is the 1st 1 that's been captured in the United States. They say quote This is encouraging because it means we know these traps work, but it also means we have work to do. Yeah, because I mean, the murder hornets were a thing earlier this year, but there weren't any physical specimens. Anybody could study and Ah, how did how did they trap it? I don't know. I think they put like like a box with a string on it and a stick and said, Murder Hornet food under it and the murder hornet went under there. They pulled the strings. I have no idea. That was like that. That story came right at the height of the pandemic, and everybody was freaking out anyway, and you see giant murder or nets. That it was like the wrong story for the complete wrong time here in this country. It's just I mean, talk about a level of panic, but it was so overrated, though. Like I've said in terms of 2020 if the year 2020 was the NFL draft Murder Hornets with Ryan Leaf. They had a scary scary look to him. You thought Oh, my God. These things might be a legit but one of the come down to it. Nobody was ever attacked by murder Hornets and the name itself was misleading because they didn't murder people. They murdered other bees. So that's why they were called the murder Hornet. But I've said all along you put the word murder in front of everything. It's scary. That's what the Washington Redskins should change your name to the murder. Hornets. AIDS That's brilliant. And the Indianapolis Indians should change their name to the skit. Redskins. Yeah, you know, it all works out everybody trades. Everybody goes down. Who gets to take over Lady A. Now? What's the deal with that? Um Dateline Papa, New Guinea. A small plane flying from Papa New Guinea to Australia crashed on take off because it was overloaded with a product. That product was okay. The plane was packed with $80 million worth of nose candy Colombian Bam bam! That's roughly 500 kilograms of drugs on board. So if you're doing the math here, Nige, they had so much cocaine on this plane. It was the same weight as ah, horse and it caused the plane not to be able to take off properly from its remote airstrip. Penis in movies before with the drug dealers and the people transporting the product are having problems. With the weight of the plane. Think Tom cried may have seen it was a Tom Cruise movie where he's a pilot and was transporting product and was having problems the same kind of problems. Yeah. I mean, you have the equivalent of a horse too personal. A personal jet. Yeah, that's not gonna work. Do you order cocaine with that type of measurement like you order a horse worth of Coke? Is that a unit of measurement? Can you order like a palette or a horse or a period of Congress? Kiis? Ah, I'd like to order two es lo Turco. Do you want horse? Or do you want Mazda Miata? Oh, give me the horse size horse should be able to Ah, to get me through. Um, man, so just got tipped off on a story from our newsroom here, and I don't know what to quite make of this. So Adams County, which is in northwest Indiana, They just put out a press release. And they said that With Coordination with the county health department in Adams County. The general public will not be allowed to attend high school fall sporting events of summer. I mean, maybe for college. I'm sorry for for high school basketball indoors. But there's no reason why you can't be socially distant and maybe at a reduced capacity. Go outside Watch football game again. You could fly in a hollow metal Petri dish of a dish of a tube with wings on it 30,000 feet in the air, but you can't sit outdoors away from everybody else with a mask on watching high school football. Adams County. Not too far from Fort Wayne. Apparently, how'd it look it up? Now, Check this out. Each senior will be allowed to have four family members attend the game, All right, but nobody else is allowed to have any family in the game. So if you're a junior Sophomore freshman. Nobody's coming to watch you play. But if you're a senior, you can have up to four family members attend. What's going to be interesting, though, is now the Adams County if first Is this just going to be the first domino to fall? Because what I've seen with these school district's Nobody wants to be first. But now that ABS County has kind of phone themselves out there, I wonder if any other counties will say You know what we're going to do what Adams County is doing no Spectators, no fans, except for seeing on the other end of the spectrum, though there are certain counties and school districts that kind of dipped their toe into the covert waters first and pressed on, like in Hendricks County Brownsburg hand Avon, both Going back to school five days a week. In person. They were the kind of the first ones here in central India to do that. Oh, I like the initiative. I'd like them going full speed ahead with precautions and was certain measures being taken. Speaking of the Corona virus. We have the new numbers out. We will break that down. Plus what happened in Illinois? Why do they have an extra $61 million that the state of Indiana does not have? We will talk about that. Only in the forest. Can you see this? And this this but nothing beats the moment you see. Oh, that's your child's eyes opening up to a world of possibilities. I.

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States, province work together on forest health

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 4 months ago

States, province work together on forest health

"Some of the largest wildfires on record had swept across the West in recent years. Restoring these areas and managing forest to prevent more dangerous fires is complicated especially as the climate warms. DNC minutes with Washington State Department of Natural Resources a lot of our management has been designed up until now with an expectation of a stable climate, and that expectation is no longer accurate, and so we're having to think about things like what species should be planting here. That can survive not only in our current climate, but in future climates. To find. Solutions Agencies in California Washington and British. Columbia are collaborating in a two thousand eighteen memorandum of understanding the three agencies pledged to share data and innovations. The group also exploring ways to offset the cost of forest management. For example they're looking for markets for wood from the small trees and branches that are cut went for a certain thin. Semen says he is optimistic that by working together. The region can better adapt global warming while saving time and money where we're really learning from each other and advancing our effectiveness around this.

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Seattle - Washington State Department of Health Publishes Detailed COVID-19 Death Data Report

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Seattle - Washington State Department of Health Publishes Detailed COVID-19 Death Data Report

"Today releasing a new death data report that includes different categories of deaths related to covert 19. The latest numbers found that in the cases of 1458 deaths Where the person tested positive. 65 were determined to not have the virus as a cause or a contributing factor. Former

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Came out for the Seattle children's March today como Suzanne file reports with the group wants to see done organizers say as many as three thousand people turned out today and young people and those who support them saying they need to stand up and demand change a big community turn out today teachers parents people in solidarity with youngsters thousands of people turned out for the Seattle children's March it's really important for them organizers share some of the youngsters goals and demands our children have spoken and they have created ten demands some of their demands are they want police officers that are committing crimes especially violent crimes against prosecutors and that's gone most zenfone reporting the Washington state department of health is concerned about an increase of covert nineteen cases in the state situation is most dire in eastern Washington particularly in Benton Franklin Spokane and Yakima counties health officials say cases and deaths will soon increase to levels seen in king county during its peak in March they're working with the governor's office and local officials to identify additional ways to slow the spread reacting to the news of an uptick in covert nineteen cases in the state governor Insley says this shows there is still reason for strong concern over the virus in parts of our state he says the cases in Benton Franklin and Yakima counties are particularly concerning he says this is not the time to give up on efforts to protect ourselves our families and our communities and Lee says we must increase testing and mask wearing as well as physical distance scene in hospital capacity the latest results from Seattle protesters being tested for covert nineteen shows that fewer than one percent of thousands of got tested have tested positive so far about three thousand people who have attended the demonstrations have been tested anyone who attended a protest and who experiences symptoms can get tested for free at two testing sites open Monday through Saturday a possible road rage incident along I. five in federal way this afternoon leaves a man in serious condition troopers and medics responded to the scene after receiving reports of a possible accident they found a thirty year old man along the freeway with the serious gunshot wound to the torso the suspect drove off in a black two thousand thirteen Mazda three and remains on the loose and record low interest rates have mortgage lenders working overtime to meet the demand for refinancing com was Connie Thompson says you should prepare for a longer wait than normal the inventory of homes.

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Seattle - Here’s why the coronavirus is hitting Hispanics in Washington state particularly hard

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:54 sec | 6 months ago

Seattle - Here’s why the coronavirus is hitting Hispanics in Washington state particularly hard

"While cases of corona virus going down to Washington state are ticket off reports. Racial disparities increasingly are being laid bare. According to The Washington State Department of Health White people are sixty eight percent of the state's population but make up forty three percent of cases. Meanwhile thirteen percent of the state is Hispanic but they represent thirty six percent of cases. African Americans are four percent of the population but seven percent of cases. Sarah Becker with Seattle Economic Opportunity Institute says essential workers. Disproportionately are people of color faced with greater economic. Insecurity may actually face quite a grim choice. Either to expose themselves daily to the virus or to lose their job and their ability to meet the needs and pay for a roof over their head. Structural racism is a major reason. People of color are more likely to be exposed to in contract. The

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Washington officials admit to counting gunshot victims as COVID-19 deaths

Phil Valentine

02:29 min | 6 months ago

Washington officials admit to counting gunshot victims as COVID-19 deaths

"The a Washington state health official has admitted the bi state counted some deaths from call causes other than coronavirus yeah I would say the Washington department of health hello virtual meeting with reporters yesterday and during the press conference the Washington health officials said that some some gun shot victims had been callin it's cold would that's I need to look so somebody gets shot in there saying I think they'll grow by was don't you owe it looks like one of ours to me all textbook case looking at corona virus I mean you can see all the way through the ground about Dr Katie Hutchinson health statistics manager for the Washington state department of health says there are a number of nuances to the data that we report in often it is very difficult especially quickly to make an assessment on the cause of death nuances so you have people who've been shot and they died from gunshot wound she pushes down the court are you kidding me says we currently have a number where it says unspecified natural causes for example again for those deaths we really aren't able to make a determination on whether they died from cold wind or not we currently reporting only deaths that are identified to a cold with positive case and we have a number of deaths in right now it's just under a hundred where the death certificate indicates the person is Colbert nineteen or probable code nineteen we've not been able to link them to a positive case in our disease tracking system so we're not able to definitively rule them in or rule them out and our current dashboard reflects anyone who died the test positive for Kroeber a corona virus irrespective of cause of death included in our deaths from fidelity's where the patients were victims of gunshot wounds she said that's true we don't always know the cause of death for our death when it's first reported our dashboard over the course of the outbreak we've been monitoring and recording the cause of death as we know it we currently do have some deaths that are being reported that are clearly from other causes we have about five deaths less than five deaths that we know of that are related to other causes and in this case they are from the

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'Murder Hornets' spotted in Seattle

The Joe Piscopo Morning

01:21 min | 7 months ago

'Murder Hornets' spotted in Seattle

"People have been reporting sightings of the Asian murder Hornet many of these sayings are in no way where they they're on the west coast I guess but you know what their true which is long they have pincers dispensers that cut off the heads of regular bees and nasty and they and they have a stinger if it's seven times the potency of the regular be staying how can wait outside in the summer but everything you thought the coronavirus was bad now god warned its offense will be bad we need voices you know come see me man your name all over me the whole bit nine now comes with a lot of production P. we could we could put together a program like that murder Horner his murder Hornets listen listen to me this is the actuator guy this year they they were spotted in the Seattle and he is governor Inslee's for those in Washington actually and so the latter's lawyers argue we this is TMZ reports of all this is good we're getting our information at the NCAA about eighty five percent of it listen the better it is here that they that DMZ reports the Washington state department at your confidence people are mistaking the Asian giant Hornet with the European on

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State Department Warns Nationals to ‘Reconsider Travel’ to China Amid Virus Outbreak

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

State Department Warns Nationals to ‘Reconsider Travel’ to China Amid Virus Outbreak

"The US state department is warning Americans to avoid traveling to China the potentially deadly coronavirus outbreak there still spreading ABC's Andy field has details from Washington state department urging Americans to reconsider travel to China due to the corona virus making thousands sick the US already evacuating all but emergency staff from the originating Chinese city telling American travelers the U. S. embassy may not be able to help if they come down with the virus there US officials raising the limit the small number of cases already reported in the

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Rates subject to change a one point three seven five percent fee to receive the discount rate call for cost information and conditions equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states and MLS number thirty thirty four Tripoli traffic every ten minutes sure Meryl day before thanksgiving should I even bother going on the road or is it okay well let me just tell you the spots you should avoid probably still the valley freeway where there's an accident in the Pacific outgoing area it's south on one six seven right at the exit to Ellingson wrote it's off to the right as far as it can get but you know almost flashing lights have people slowing down still from a highway eighteen and heading south down to it the other spot in Pierce county where there is an accident northbound I. five near center drive in dupont it is blocking the right lane and I'm seeing a backup behind that gosh at least a mile or two now if you're heading south on I. five trying get through Pierce county that'll be heavy from highway eighteen in federal way down towards the tedium than it really thickens up right around state route five twelve in Lakewood and stays kind of often on slow through dupont because I can see the accident in the northbound lanes that darn stolen downtown Seattle is still being reported south on I five at Stewart street I can't find it on the camera but I can sure find the backup that starts at one forty fifth in shoreline and just pretty solid into downtown traffic about you by the Washington state department of transportation and good to go good news Seattle drivers you can save two dollars on tolls with a good to go past every time you take the ninety nine tunnel and other toll roads in Washington get your pass at ninety nine tunnel dot com your next come a traffic at one oh four weather for today is sunny but cool temperatures in the mid forties that's about as warm as will be for the next week or so this weekend long holiday weekend I'm including Thursday and Friday and this we're gonna only hit the upper thirties for low forties maybe.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You have police story. I have a police storing ship police be stationed at baseball games to keep an eye on parents. We're terrible. Now that is the new plan in one city takes candy to nine eight nine seven three to find out. Why baseball parental violence is on the Bri. Are you making fun of that like I was kind of making fun of the fourth of July thing. No, it is a serious thing. All these parents think their scouts in the Sanders. Funny because that makes it really even worse because baseball participation is on the decline. Let's not do that. Choose your news vote now by texting candy, Mike or tied to nine eight nine seven three Graham Johnson's with this. Our news partners at car seven TV a story about people in the work. Washington State Department of transportation employees finding themselves at risk and threaten his address stand it because they've got to go into some areas where this homeless camp. So thanks for coming of the Katie Mike and Todd show Graham what's going on. You know, it's a tough situation because he's people just trying to do their job sense of what their job is. So these are the folks who maintain our highways they replaced guard rails. They inspect bridges they do preventative maintenance on traffic signals, basically, so things don't break down all of a sudden, and we all get into cham-. So they go out and their work takes, of course, alongside highways and also adhere changes and things like that. And they are increasingly having trouble with encountering hazardous materials. Possibly volatile people. Needle. That kind of thing or just a bunch of garbage that is sort of blocking their way to getting to where they need to go. For example, we went out with a guy who basically checks out traffic signal. He needs to get to these metal cabinet you probably pass by hundred times a day. Never really notice. Well, he goes out every so often to make sure that they're doing just fine. And he tells us that sometimes if there's some kind of a problem there he has to turn back and come back another time. So it affects the way our highways are maintained so Graham are these transportation workers Washington state transportation department, those workers are they being additionally compensated for these new hazards that they're encountering no, we don't know of any additional compensation. They certainly are basically realizing though that this is taking a lot of their time. And so one of the things that they are frustrated with these are people who signed on to maintain the highways, and so they are out there doing this. But sometimes they just can't get the job done because they realize what we're in. We're they encounter something. Dangerous and were someone dangerous, and they are trained to not engage with folks or to step back if there's a hazard, and so that air can be cleaned up. So they then leave, but these are folks who want to do the highway work and realize they're not cops, and they're not social workers. And so they know their limitations, and so they basically want to focus on her job. But it's it's increasingly challenging too. So so grim Johnson's with us our news partner car seven TV report tonight at five thirty get more details on this of Washington State Department transportation workers going outside of their duty Graham, I've talked to first responders who don't want to go to these camps. They don't want to go under the freeway. I've talked to people who are ambulance drivers or EMT's. They went to the police get there. I know cops. You don't want to go down there. So have they have these folks faced threats they faced they feel they're in physical danger in these in these areas, it really depends on the situation. I mean, some days they're doing just fine. They're able to get their work done and get in and get out. And and it's fine. Right. But there are times increasingly where they're not so considered where they definitely things are not going to simply in fact, a lot of times one of their concerns just as biohazard. So I talk with the guy who's worked for the state's transportation for a long time. He says, you know years ago, he would walk down the I five corridor and street shoes. But now it's just routine tells me to come in contact with human waste. So he says I would never walk down there, you know, without any big boots now. And so these are the kinds of things particularly a concern of folks who inspect bridges, so they need to sometimes get into tight spaces. Right. You go under a bridge small area. Not not not a nice place. And so did more to your question. There is that needs to be cleaned out first. But even the the assistant regional ministry for meetings tells me, okay, maybe cleaned out. But if it's you you're still going to hesitate getting down on your hands and knees and do this work. So yeah, they are. They're not thrilled about it grin is this. The new normal for Washington State Department of transportation workers. I mean, I don't think that's going to go over. Well, if you put it in the brochure. In terms of recruiting workers. Yeah. This is this is a challenge. I mean, the people I spoke with have been added for you know, a number of years. So it's even some decades. And this is not what they signed up to do. Right. And so that is there increasing concern with this is that they have these extra challenges. It's at the moment is sort of become the new normal, and we're talking up and down the I five corridor. Really all statewide though. They tell me do we found a lot of you know, reports from Seattle areas, you can imagine also Tacoma, there's Pearson thirsty counties as well. All right. So this is going to be a five thirty tonight seven TV, you get a lot more detail from that Graham Johnson. Appreciate you coming on the caney Mike in touch. Thanks very much for your time. My pleasure. Thank you so much..

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"washington state department" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"And we were like probably Alan what Bobby means by that is he never would post her on Instagram and they data for a longtime. He still had a picture of him and his ex girlfriend, but nothing of Morgan number two. And I was like which was really fishy. Any cheated at monopoly, which means cheated is, I I don't don't know. know. I don't know. That's all that. But he did t to the game right game. Yeah. It was monopoly. Got wait was jeeter's addition though. Oh, that's okay. That's in car now. So he unfold you on Instagram. Have you followed him? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. I I don't really wanna see anything agree. Whenever Lindsay broke up followed immediately. Not for mean because I was like this right now. Yeah, we follow it know. No, finally, just get to be good. But we didn't. There was nothing bad with us. Like, no one cheated or anything. I don't know what happened with you might even assigning that anything. Now. I mean, nothing bad. It was just too. It is needed to be done. Really where we're going to welcome back to the single. She back. I'm the only one welcome to the team. Wailing together. Oh, you want to touch. Yeah. To touch me every else married in separate menu. All right. Okay. Good. So I'm we're gonna do. There's a mile marker in Washington, and it's the sixty nine mile marker now, they're like a one mile nine. Oh, yeah. They keep stealing the sixty nine sign. She grow up in Washington State Department of transportation is getting a little bit more creative mile marker sixty nine keeps getting stolen along one stretch of highway since thieves so show, no signs of slowing down officials replaced it with the mile sixty eight point nine dollars. Milepost twenty signs with ones that read for nineteen. So we'll get him. Four twentieth. Sixty nine stolen because you never really grow out of them for me four twenty dollars thing because I'd never smoke weed. But people love that, you know, in my town growing up they had a sign and somebody would always put women's underwear on the sign and the cops come every week and take it down. And they've put another woman's underwear there for like, two months straight. That's funny. It's kids to feel any science idiot. Do no chance to women's women are stupid, even find six hundred funny. Not like y'all knew. Now, three funny. If like, isn't it funny for so long like Bill and Ted used to go see St. now? I just saw that episode of the office where I guess that one dude is favorite number sixty nine. So they've bought him sixty-nine couple of soups..

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Washington State Department of transportation officials start blocking off the entrance at first and Sinica stay off the bridge closed entering the bridges trespassing. You're breaking the law, so please for your own safety and the safety of others. Please stay off of the structure until February. Second where crews are reminding the public it isn't active work zone. Twenty four hours a day. If you're wondering about the viaduct closure and will it bring change for ferry commuters on the first week day commute to Seattle. Komo's Mark Christopher brings you relief for right now, if you're a very commuter from Bainbridge or Bremerton, you don't see too much change other than added traffic on Alaska way, going north and southbound right now, you can still go straight underneath the viaduct. If your choice is streets like Marian or Columbia or even Yesler and Jackson street for that matter. Spring street is still open as well. Now if you're walk on ferry. Commuter the overhead pedestrian walkway that takes you from Colman dock to first avenue remains open. This is just one of those commutes that KOMO news. We'll keep an eye on as we see the slow tear down of the viaduct between now and July. Mark Christopher KOMO news. The date is February fourth that is the target for work to be done in the new tunnel to be open. We'll give you continuous progress. Reports on the work to join the two mom replacement tunnel to highway ninety nine on both ends. Komo news time is four times to take a look at area roadways on this first weekend of the shutdown with Dylan halt. Feeling the feels squeezed just a little bit northbound five right now a bit heavy between the west Seattle bridge off and on to the ship canal bridge and working on clearing. A crash has come and gone. The past ten minutes north five on the off to Mercer was partially blocking. It looks like they just moved it out of the way here about a minute ago. Or so in the meantime, we're seeing this a little bit hesitation southbound five right before the west Seattle.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Seattle. Couple was just two people have hundreds we still walking on the viaduct for the evening. You could see kids and dogs bicycles and strollers all trespassing to enjoy the sunset around five o'clock. We finally so Washington State Department of transportation officials start blocking off the entrance at first in Sinica. They're stressing it's unsafe to be on the viaduct. The railings are just too short. They fear. People could fall off they say, it's also an active construction site. Stay off the bridges closed entering the bridges trespassing. You're breaking the law, so please for your own safety and the safety of others. Please stay off of the structure until February second now looks like right now during all the work. There's going to be security at those ramps to make sure people gain no access it related stories to we make that adjustment before the first Monday morning commute. Bloodworks northwest has worry the viaduct shutdown. Slowdown blood donations here that are badly needed. Bloodworks expecting detours and expected delays and traffic will keep people away from blood drives that simplify the needed nine hundred blood donations a day. They're specifically asking for donators donations and Pearson Snohomish counties to donate there to help cut down on the time. It would take to get blood hospitals in those areas in which you mentioned for parking downtown Seattle second and fourth avenue, you're gonna find major restrictions like no parking on the street between six AM to seven PM. These restrictions are meant to keep traffic and city buses moving after the viaduct closes they'll stay in place until that new tunnel opens projected date will be on the fourth of February and some advice for season Seattle. Transit writers advice.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Gets really cold. Authorities say three guys went out in the water in a rowboat without life jackets on sounded like it was a small boat, and they probably shouldn't have been out in the dark boat. Capsized around six thirty Friday night underneath the bridge to people made it to shore, one did not waters and that tie change was starting to happen. So I'm tied was coming in at that point. And again waters can be pretty rough underneath the bridge. There Suzanne fallen. No in the mountains started piling up last night. Komo's Patrick Quinn reports. Crews are working around the clock to keep those passes. Open standing alongside I ninety just east of snow Kwami pass. And is the temperatures continue to drop drivers are weary and ready for treacherous conditions on the road. If you don't like the west of western Washington, weather, wait, five minutes, a little change for you and change. It did finally snow. The powder picked up nights letters like Vasily and Yulia got a late night treat before summit central closed up for the night fled. Go out come nighttimes, less people. And with the accumulation came reinforcements on the Washington State Department of transportation called an extra trucks from Ellensburg in north. That's come Patrick Quinn hotel. Fires to employees ease over an incident with a black man who was a guest fired the manager and a security guard at Oregon's Portland DoubleTree hotel after a black man was kicked out after being confronted by the white guard for allegedly loitering in the lobby on his phone and demanded his room number. He's calling the cops on me because I'm taking a phone call at the DoubleTree hotel. That's germane. Massey. Friday saying he was a guest at the hotel Saturday these situations. Her people they make don't feel excluded from the rest of society. Massey posted an Instagram video of part of the interaction with the guard, the hotel apologizes Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news, a team of volunteers or donating their time and effort to clean up debris in the wake of the port orchard tornado. It's been more than a week since the tornado ripped through the city and still debris everywhere. Resident Tony Cup? Cranes home was destroyed. Sometimes I just want to sit down and cry. But then I tell myself, I'm thankful because my family still alive. There's a town hall meeting tonight for people affected by the tornadoes starts at six thirty the north.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"And independence day while many of us are going to relax and have fun there is a sobering statistic to consider july fourth is the deadliest day of the year for driver not only because of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol but 'electronic are distracting us as well michelle is with allstate insurance it typically takes five seconds to send or receive a text message which is the equivalent if you're driving fifty five miles an hour to driving the full length of a football field with her eyes closed she says in two thousand sixteen and seventeen there were more than forty thousand deaths in car accidents alone charlie harger komo news for the first time in nearly twenty years state route ninety nine north of downtown seattle will be repaid between roy street and north one forty fifth crews working for the washington state department of transportation will begin the work monday july night workers remove and replace old asphalt replaced some concrete panels with asphalt and install concrete pads at eleven different bus stops most of the work we'll take place at night drivers can expect some daytime lane closures at least one lane of the roadway will remain in both directions throughout the project which will take about two years to complete komo news time ten ten said the home of the huskies this week is the home of the two thousand eighteen usa special olympics komo's bill swartz with more talking dawgs from sunday's parade of athletes alpina ceremonies at husky stadium university of washington facility staff and students are.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Of us are going to relax and have fun there is a sobering statistic to consider july fourth is the deadliest day of the year for drivers not only because of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol but electron ix are distracting us as well michelle is with allstate insurance it typically takes five seconds to send or receive a text message which is the equivalent if you're driving fifty five miles an hour to driving the full length of a football field with her eyes closed she says in two thousand sixteen and seventeen there were more than forty thousand deaths in car accidents alone charlie harder komo news is the first time in nearly twenty years state route ninety nine north of downtown seattle will be repaid between roy street and north one forty fifth groups working for the washington state department of transportation will begin the work monday july ninth workers will remove and replace old asphalt replace some concrete panels with asphalt and install concrete pads at eleven different bus stops most of the work will take place at night but drivers can expect some daytime lane closures at least one lane of the roadway or will remain open in both directions throughout the project which will take about two years to complete komo news time eight ten and the home of the huskies this week is home for the two thousand eighteen usa special olympics komo's bill swartz with more talking dogs from sunday's parade of athletes opening ceremonies at husky stadium university of washington facility staff and students are the heartbeat of the two thousand eighteen usa special olympics alaska airlines arena marv harsh my and the courts will house basketball competition dempsey indoor has botchy athletics at the husky track even powerlifting inside meany hall all the competitions are free we want everyone here in this greater seattle to come on out a sport that you are interested in or available for usa.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Huge acreage sort of situation i don't know if the kids went to school but they were notified the two women were notified that they were being investigated by the washington state department of social and health services up in the state of washington they don't give you like a lesbian discount you know there's no there's no political correctness era it's it's you're abusing kids you're not we don't care who you married and so they're evidently until we know further all we know is they avoided contact with child services they left on a road trip unannounced none of the neighbors nobody knew it in fact apparently they left animals behind got in the family suv bombed down i five at some point crossed over to pch came down pch crossed into california and went off a cliff found a way to access and it's not hard if you come down if you know pch if you've driven the length of california from pelican bay down to malibu you know there's loads of places that there's no guardrails if the road isn't curvy there's no guardrails if you want to do what they did you can do it released early and so anyway suv finally went off pch and hit ninety one off the cliff so that's what happened rumbling going on in the e and earthquake what the preliminary magnitude of three point seven struck in riverside county it hit at about seven fifty three tonight roughly five miles northeast of guang ugly congo or about fifty miles east of the batonga resort resort no word on any damage news brought to you by.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"His patrol car pushing the cruiser up into the stalled car and then into the trooper the driver was not impaired and said she saw the patrol car lights but thought they were clear on the shoulder that's a good reminder that regardless of where you think the light nydia would you may think is going on please slowdowns carleen johnson komo news komo news time four thirty four aaa traffic a challenging wednesday after your we are we're we're between christmas and new year's russ wants to have traffic like this marina rockinger blowing right now it's challenge you depending on where you are so for example you know it's not too bad northbound 405 heading out of bellevue to lynnwood for example but we are looking at a lot of rake light southbound i 5 from northeast 85th in to downtown seattle is just solid south on ninety nine is also stop and go traffic from the south in of lake unions at the stadiums we've got some traffic southbound i 5 from highway 18 down into five and that slowed down on westbound eighteen from a warehouse away way as you're trying to head over to i5 we've got brake lights southbound i 5 in tacoma both directions actually of i five between the dome and highway 16 it's very heavy southbound one six seven south of highway 18 from algana down into sumner i do want to mention snow quami pass it is a rough one both directions of i ninety asked the past particularly eastbound in fact as washington state department of transportation and is saying that you should probably had at about a half hour if you are trying to travel eastbound i 90 between snoqualmie and clear element is snowing your next look at traffic at 424 marina rockinger.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There are still uh some of the fatalities six fatalities on seems medical examiner cut through that and also a lot of large trucks and heavy equipment have arrived with the many hours of work ahead to start to remove these cars as the ntsb does their investigation uh had how long did they test these tracks there have been a testing we have confirmed that they actually did a uh sort of a dignitaries ride on friday um the washington state department of transportation uh said that you know that the they have uh they've been doing the testing uh was the first day of publicuse but it was after weeks of inspection and testing it so is is there any uh real substance to the reports that there was an object on the track that might have derailed the train to sometimes reports know throw out various theories early on and then move who is you know those those detail seemed to disappear is is there's there's something real to this idea you know we can't get any confirmation on it with the with the speculation is there is that this is an area where um there is public access to those tracks is there is in many cases with the train tracks uh somebody could drive up to it or they could be near um so there has been speculation that there was an object on the tracks we don't know that we didn't hear that in any of the audio from the conductor when he called dispatch immediately afterward uh declaring emergency emergency emergency and said we were coming around the corner of take the bridge and we went on the ground so we're going to dig through that as as it goes on the ntsb has arrived on scene uh and they're starting their investigation um but this is this is gonna be one with so many factors involved speed is another one that everyone's asking about um the limit was supposed to be seventy nine miles per hour through there and an independent service the tracks amtrak train has this one going a little over eighty one with me not seem like much but when you've got a train moving at that speed with that amount of weight going around.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"There are still uh some of the fatalities six fatalities on scene medical examiners cut through that and also a lot of large trucks and heavy equipment have arrived with the many hours of work ahead to start to remove these cars as the ntsb does their investigation uh had dick test these tracks uh there had been a testing we have confirmed that they actually did a uh sort of a dignitaries ride on friday um the washington state department of transportation uh said that you know that the they have uh they've been doing the testing uh was the first day of publicuse but it was after weeks of inspection and testing it's so is is there any uh real substance to the reports that there was an object on the track that might have derailed the train 'cause sometimes reports know throw out various theories early on and then move you know those those detail seemed to disappear is is there's there's something real to this idea you know we can't get any confirmation on it went with the speculation is there is that this is an area where um there is public access to those tracks is there is in many cases with the train tracks uh somebody could drive up to it or they could be nearer um so there has been speculation that there was an object on the tracks we don't know that we didn't hear that in any of the audio from the conductor when he called dispatch immediately afterward uh declaring emergency emergency emergency and said we were coming around the corner of it take the bridge and we went on the ground so we're going to dig through that as as it goes on the ntsb has arrived on scene uh and they're starting their investigation uh but this is this is gonna be one with so many factors involved speed is another one that everyone's asking about um the limit was supposed to be seventy nine miles per hour through there and an independent service the tracks amtrak train has this one going a little over eighty one between not seem like much but when you've got a train moving at that speed with that amount of weight going around.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Crash site will be seriously impacted for many hours to come claudia bingham baker from the washington state department of transportation uh we have no estimate hurry opening southbound i5 and that could last for many more hours as we wait for that go team from the ntsb so our personal message to load as is to delay trips postpone appointment uh if they can if people can do their business remotely or by phone or internet prefer to do that rather than be on the road state highways are already backed up his people look for alternate routes driving through the crash site is going to be a big mess for many hours you come claudie of being them bakeries with the washington state department of transportation she says that we can expect it to be closed for hours if not longer state highways are already backed up as people look for alternate routes and taylor were just watching belied video feed they have some heavy equipment getting ready to a presumably helped bring those dangling trains off that overpass those cars bring them down to the ground but that is going to be a long process in the meantime our aaa traffic update here's kiera jordan and it goes without saying that if you are trying to travel into this area right now it's it's just going to be a miserable mass all evening long southbound i five is being taken off at center drive a little bit of goodness if you have the credentials to get under jblm go ahead and head for that because they're actually allowing people to uh to go through their their guiding you it and they're helping you get around this closure and yet we actually comeback out on the other side in a squall ian so so that's a little bit of hope for some drivers what you want to avoid doing right now is taking southbound seven two 507 to 510 that's what most people are doing it is hours and hours and hours i'm not exaggerating that you're going to be sitting in your car it's not a good route here's what you can't do.

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"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"washington state department" Discussed on KOMO

"Topic for today that is on everyone's mind is what they're act is going on on i 5 northbound from five to canada so you know yet y'all getting the updates the official komo news radio is not just about assetprotection pearl probate avoidance and how do invest in all these things is mostly about news traffic and weather and so i'm gonna give you the skip if you are somewhere near federal way northbound what you are about to experience is as follows this big massive highway that we have called i five is going to narrow down to just two lanes then what you will see our cones traffic cones that segregate you from the other what three or four legs four miles and miles and miles inland repeat that miles now i want you to think about it so if you're in traffic i5 you are already thinking exactly what i thought about an hour our go as i was making my way up i swear i am in a postapocalyptic movie because what i see three lanes completely empty and two lanes of bumper to bumper it's like the walking dead were these unbia pot groups halves has broken out and there's the highway one direction is completely filled with people trying to get away from the apocalyptic a vet and the other completely empty because nobody's going into town with is on bizarre and even make it more eery what you will see after miles and miles and miles of absolutely nothing is you'll see a dot vehicle mind you just sitting there with the lights on the doors opened but completely empty no human to be seen then you progress miles a month and you'll see a bulldozer completely empty nobody there in the goes on and on and on but but at the good news is my friends listen to my voice had good news for you it is not is on the apocalypse it's the washington state department of transportation at its best eventually at the very end you will see three big vehicles these things that pave bra what he cotton they're not bulldozers but they're the big paver type vehicles you'll see three of them and for the very first time after your traffic jam with about an hour our.

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