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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Beacon plumbing, heating and electrical called Beacon today and say $50 on drain cleaning and sewer repair, called 1 800 freaking and stop freaking called Beacon. The Comeau forecast from the diversified cross space Weather Center. Here's meteorologist Kristen Clarke, anticipating more sunshine today, but a passing shower is still possible in your backyard. Looking at the potential to for a nice and thunderstorms pop here in Puget Sound while they're gonna be few and far between those that do develop are gonna be capable of that small hail and maybe a clap of thunder. Otherwise, as you head over the Cascades today, looking at showers to continue in the form of snow lighter snow, though throughout the day could be expected so maybe just slushy and sloppy through some of our mountain passes. On a busy getaway day Friday, and the couple Weather center meteorologist Kristen Clarke, rain in the Arlington area where it's 36 this morning Cloudy and Olympia and 40 here in downtown Seattle. Mostly cloudy and 43 a bit curious about mountain driving conditions this morning. Traction tires are required over Snoqualmie and Stevens passes Come on news time. Seven. Oh, seven. Hundreds of University of Washington students partied in the snow during last weekend snowstorm any without masks. Now anyone who attended has been asked to quarantine or face discipline. This comes just a week after the more contagious cove in 19 variant was found on campus and after 47 cases of covert 19 were found among Greek students post winter break. Ben is a U dub student. I see lots and lots of people that still refused to take it seriously. Lots of people were getting out and being responsible about it, wearing masks sticking only with people they know. And then there are lots of other people. Longer dating and.

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"washington students" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:47 min | 6 months ago

"washington students" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Boston School Committee, has resigned after he was heard mocking names of Asian people. During a virtual meeting last night. Michael A condo was quickly criticized on social media. Several City Council members demanded he resigned and he has now done so. City councilor candidate for Mayor Michelle will reacted to those comments as someone who has dealt with comments like this my entire life. I, um I'm deeply disappointed, but not surprised. You apologized on Twitter, saying it was not ever my intention to mock anyone. Mayor Walsh accepted Lakatos resignation, saying while he conveyed to me his personal embarrassment and desire to seek forgiveness. His comments were hurtful and wrong. The nomination to the Supreme Court of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett moving forward on track for confirmation before Election Day. In fact, next week, this will all happen. The Senate Judiciary Committee today powered through a Democratic boycott in order to advance the nomination to the full Senate. Lindsey Graham Senate Judiciary Committee has approved bear its nomination. We will go the floor now, over the objections of panel Democrats who refused to show up and back what minority leader Chuck Schumer calls a sham process. We are staying Nding against this unprecedented mad rush. Jam through a Supreme Court nomination Just days days before an election. The full Senate will vote on Barrett next week. SOCCER Megane Washington Students at Boston University now are required to show a badge proving they're up to date on Corona virus testing and symptom free before they enter public spaces on campus. Students are required to have that green badge to be allowed to get into dining halls and other public spaces. In the meantime, 12 students would be you suspended for the rest of the fall semester. They attended parties and ignored covert 19 safety guidelines. The leader of the Massachusetts Latin Kings plating guilty today to drug conspiracy charges began. Veneto Noone's known as King Apache, pled guilty to conspiracy to distribute cocaine based the 33 year old was charged in December of 2019. Now admitting that he conspired with other Latin kings members to possess and distribute those drugs. Nunez is facing a prison sentence of up to 20 years in prison and a fine of million dollars a fall river manage his girlfriend facing criminal charges after the death of the man's 14 year old son, who was intellectually disabled. John Michael Almond and his girlfriend, Jacqueline Marie Coleman, are charged with caretaker neglect of a disabled person. And possession of a class A drug Last night Fall River police got a 911 call regarding an unresponsive male and found the woman performing CPR on the 14 year old boy who was later pronounced dead. Investigators said they found evidence of daily narcotics abuse by the adults and also determined that the victim's twin brother was also intellectually disabled was a victim off neglect that child in another. We're residing in the home are now in the custody of D. C F for 38. We take a trip to Wall Street and Rhodey is at Bloomberg. We bounced around for a while, but we settled down and had a tough day. Yeah, Bigger. The forecast drop in last week's measure of new unemployment claims, along with strong earnings reports from companies including Tesla and World Pool help coax some early Wall Street gains today. Rising covert case numbers in the uncertain status of financial stimulus talks. Help pull index is lower for a while, but we finish up now gains 153. NASDAQ Up 21 has to be 500 Rising 18. Today We'll see how this one plays out tomorrow. But just before the closing Bell stock and drugmaker Gilead Sciences Spike 2% higher as the company's antiviral therapy rendez severe, which was given to the president as he battled Corona virus. Now been granted broad clearance for Corona virus treatment. By the FDA and wrote a Bloomberg Business on W. B z. Boston's NewsRadio covering the wrecker. Foxboro, Milford, Woburn Way Know where You Live? W b z.

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Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen

News, Traffic and Weather

02:10 min | 8 months ago

Seattle - Washington Student Athletes Are Finding Ways To Make Fall Sports Happen

"With high school fall sports postponed until next spring in the state of Washington, Would you be willing to temporarily move your child to Idaho or Montana? Was Bill Schwartz says Some families are exploring their options. 17 states, including Washington, had pushed back football, volleyball, cross country and soccer seasons until February. Dr. Caress Unni Hoff with the National Federation of State High School Associations is hearing that some families might move their Children in neighboring states, which are allowing competition so that their son or daughter could lay a false sport in a more timely fashion. So we're starting to see some responses to state decisions that are presented some challenges. The state of Idaho is one of 37 with modified fall seasons, and several schools are already practicing and playing games. And as we get started with school games, which mostly are starting this weekend, you know for the vast majority of our schools. Pretty exciting time for Ty Jones, executive director of the Idaho High School Activities Association, tells me his office is getting more enquiries than previous years from parents in Washington state. But Jones says Cove in 19 is not an acceptable hardship reason for transfer. A lot of our schools have a really tough time looking at kids coming in from other Some other states. We're moving for only for athletic reasons. Colton Washington has been allowed to coop with nearby Genesee, Idaho to play is one high school team this fall. Doctor caress Une Hoff warns against the kneejerk decision. Especially because so few young people are good enough to play at the next level. The great great majority of high school student athletes will not going to play in college and will not interest in scholarship. For a family decision to be made right now, at this time that they would choose to move simply too and be involved in high school sports. We hope that there's complete consideration of everything that comes into play there. The Hoff says It's crucial high school coaches in Washington state. Stay engaged with her athletes this fall. Make sure they get proper exercise plenty of sleep and eat right. They are all essential elements of playing games in the

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"washington students" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:58 min | 9 months ago

"washington students" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Far apart in a covert 19 relief package after meeting today it's halfway between the three trillion level Democrats have approved in the House bill and what Republicans offered one trillion Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, and yesterday I offer to them will take down a trillion. If you add a trillion end, they said. Absolutely not. If we could do that it will be within range. But the key sticking points of both sides far apart what to do with expanded unemployment benefits. Democrats want to send funding to cash trumps state and local governments, plus more funds for swamped hospitals and food banks and the GOP plan, and to that billions more to help school systems handle in person and distance learning issues. Costantini Washington Students will be allowed to return to the classroom this fall in New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo says the state has been methodical and its recovery from the Corona virus outbreak. We've been smart from day one Wait, do the masks. We do the social distancing. We've kept that infection rate down and we can bring the same level of intelligence to the school re opening that we brought to the economic re opening. Our school guidance has been touted as the smartest in the country. The World Health Organization is asking the US to reconsider withdrawing correspondent Jim Group reports, the group says. It's not about the money Dr Ted Rose and a non gay braces, the director general of the W. H O says it's the leadership and role in world health that will be missed the most. Dr Ted Rose says Multilateral organizations like show only support. It's the member countries, especially the major powers that lead and bring the world together, he says. If there are issues about the W H o r U N in general, he's open to discussion. But nothing can be changed from the outside. On Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average gaining 48 points, the S and P 500 up to the NASDAQ Down 97. Man Kate's Hey, I'm Andy. If you don't know me, it's probably because I'm not famous..

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University of Washington Students in Seattle Take Action Against ICE Directive Saying Foreign Students Taking Online Classes Can’t Stay In U.S.

News, Traffic and Weather

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

University of Washington Students in Seattle Take Action Against ICE Directive Saying Foreign Students Taking Online Classes Can’t Stay In U.S.

"Of Washington, students protested against a new rule from ice that could force thousands of foreign students out of the U. S. UW's Union of academic student employees and Postdocs demonstrated outside ice headquarters in downtown Seattle, joining a national movement. The new ice directive requires foreign students to take college courses in person, not on line to be allowed in the you remain in the U. S.

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Seattle - Gov. Inslee fires back as Trump threatens to withhold school funding in Washington

America in the Morning

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Seattle - Gov. Inslee fires back as Trump threatens to withhold school funding in Washington

"Threatening to withhold federal funding from states that refused to offer in person classes this fall. Governor James Lees pushing back decisions about school how to have it on sight or otherwise. Will remain with the state of Washington. These air Washington students in Washington state has the legal authority to make decisions about their education is, Lee says he's waiting to hear more scientific information about how to safely educate students during the outbreak and his meeting next week. With the superintendent of public instruction to look at different proposals. The

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Some open too fast despite The guidelines, and the recommendation is to open up carefully imprudently. Some states skipped over those and just opened up too quickly. Certainly Florida I know You know, I think jumped over a couple of checkpoints. More than 1/4 of everyone tested in Miami Dade testing positive issue. Beds are scarce, and patients are dying alone. The CDC now projecting the U. S death toll reached between 140,000 to 160,000 by August 1st. Thursday, the president not happy with the Supreme Court ruling that he does not have absolute immunity on Twitter. The president blasted the cases as a political prosecution. He was fuming in private sources tell ABC News upset his appointees to the court. Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch failed to strike down the subpoenas. That's a B C's Andrea Fujii. Flash flood watch in effect from Maryland, Massachusetts. Tropical Storm Fay with 50 mile an hour winds moving off the New Jersey Coast. You're listening to ABC Coma News Art Sanders. NOW your top local stories from the Coma, 24 7 News Center President Trump is threatening to withhold federal funding from states that refused to offer in person classes this fall. Governor James Lees pushing back decisions about school how to have it on sight or otherwise. Will remain with the state of Washington. These air Washington students in Washington state has the legal authority to make decisions about their education is, Lee says he's waiting to hear more scientific information about how to safely educate students during the outbreak and his meeting next week. With the superintendent of public instruction to look at different proposals. The latest covert 19 numbers from the Washington Department of Health show 1409 people have died from the virus in our state. More than 4600 people have been hospitalized 640 Mohr than this time yesterday, there are more than 38,500 cases overall in the state. Now you're co Moh traffic..

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"1000 FM 97 7 couple NEWS time. 8 31 Right now 62 degrees Art Sanders. Top local stories from the Comb 0 24 7 news Center. Resident want schools to reopen and threatens to withhold federal money from states if they keep classrooms closed. Almost Charlie Harder, tells us the governor's pushing back, President, Trump says in person. Classes need to be held in the fall. We have to get our school's open. And stop this political nonsense. He says he'll cut federal money to states that don't open classrooms. Well, I just want to say this about his threats, their hogwash Governor Jay Inslee, He says he won't open classes unless they are safe decisions about school and how to have it on sight or otherwise. Will remain with the state of Washington. These Air Washington students in Washington state has the legal authority to make decisions about their education. Enzo, he says, the state will sue if federal money is cut Charlie Harder, camo knew we've learned how the Edmunds School District plans to move ahead with instruction this fall. They plan to use the hybrid. A B B model for the upcoming school year. Students in Group A will be in class on Mondays and Tuesdays, then learn from home online on Thursday and Friday. Students and Group B will do the exact opposite, starting their weak with remote learning and physically going to school to end the week. Wednesday's will be used for deep cleaning at all campuses. Parent, Jasmine, Pitino says she welcomes the chance to get her kids back into a more familiar school setting. I think that would be a good start to, you know, start a plan. Of them to go back to school..

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121 University Of Washington Students Infected In Greek Row Outbreak, Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

01:04 min | 10 months ago

121 University Of Washington Students Infected In Greek Row Outbreak, Seattle

"Are trying to contain the covert 19 outbreak along University of Washington's Greek row, almost having Natasa reports you'd have officials say at least 112 fraternity House residents. Have tested positive for Kobe 19 and earlier this week. We also talked to health experts at U. Dub Institute for help Metrics and Evaluations, saying they're concerned about the rising number of new cases driven by young adults. Don't start letting down our guard on the population, even what they go home. Those who have high risk batters or older population than wearing the mask and the very best that this warning for us as we are increasing mobility and people aren't letting down their God. We're going to see more cases and you have to be very careful. You'd of medicine set up a pop up testing site near Greek Row last week. Officials say Nearly 1300 tests have been processed as of this weekend, and health experts saying this really underscores the need for all of us to where our mass and two socially distance Almost Tammy Mortaza reporting.

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121 University of Washington students test positive for coronavirus

Jon Caldara

00:09 sec | 10 months ago

121 University of Washington students test positive for coronavirus

"University of Washington students living in fraternity houses have tested positive for covert 19. Nine states hit record numbers of cases as Phoenix sees a surgeon

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"washington students" Discussed on AP News

AP News

12:25 min | 10 months ago

"washington students" Discussed on AP News

"Dozens of university of Washington students have tested positive for Colbert 19 with hundreds of results still pending the university says at least 80 students living in a dozen fraternity houses near campus have reported testing positive a university spokeswoman says more than 800 students have been tested since Monday an updated count is expected early next week experts say this outbreak along with cases among student athletes is what could be in store of colleges reopen in the fall university of Washington officials say they hope to have some in person classes this fall with larger classes held virtually but those plans could change based on the virus's spread I'm Mike help in

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80 UW students in frat houses test positive for coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

80 UW students in frat houses test positive for coronavirus

"Dozens of university of Washington students have tested positive for Colbert nineteen with hundreds of results still pending the university says at least eighty students living in a dozen fraternity houses near campus have reported testing positive a university spokeswoman says more than eight hundred students have been tested since Monday an updated count is expected early next week experts say this outbreak along with cases among student athletes is what could be in store of colleges reopen in the fall university of Washington officials say they hope to have some in person classes this fall with larger classes held virtually but those plans could change based on the virus's spread I'm Mike help in

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Of Washington students to be extra cautious while walking near the have Monday afternoon a student was attacked by a stranger armed with a razor I've heard of incidents on the album for why would anyone more courageous I think it's also a testament to like a huge issue mental health things and other things that we need to talk I have all been checking up whether you don't alert keep your eye out for anybody that fits the description police in Seattle please both released reports saying that she was walking near the street and saw an unidentified man talking to himself the report says the man put approached and start assaulting a woman she fell to the ground she see the quote process to raise our plate and slash at her face multiple times since we talked to say they are aware of the incident and alarmed as you just heard his hands on sister got away but she was scratched and cut in the face and needed three stitches congresswoman privilege I Apollo's working to verify a document that appears to show that despite agency denials customs and border protection agents were ordered to detain Iranian American travelers at the U. S. Canada border earlier this month j'ai appalls as up to two hundred travelers with links to Iran were detained some as long as twelve hours as they were trying to cross the border from Canada into Washington the week of January fifth following a U. S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian general the agency initially denied targeting travelers based on national origin but the giant Paul says the document obtained by local immigration attorney appears to show otherwise a woman heard a crash outside her house and every ten then saw a drunk driver who was on her way to work more from Kamel's Joe Marino valor says cars got pushed more than fifteen feet what you rushed out to see if the drivers okay she realized what the real problem was when she started getting closer to me and talking I was like okay I can now Smalley out collided with parked cars told the neighbors who gathered she was a school bus driver and would be late for work the bus company.

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Police: Suspect attacked UW student near campus, slashed her face with razor

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Police: Suspect attacked UW student near campus, slashed her face with razor

"News the search is on for a suspect accused of slashing at university of Washington student near campus earlier this week you'd up police say the woman was walking in the area of university way northeast and forty seventh Monday afternoon when the man attacked her with a razor blade investigators say she was able to escape after kicking the suspect but not before being cut and scratch that suspect described as a man in his thirties medium length beard and hair bunched up and pulled up anyone with info is asked to call

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"The cold weather center I'm meteorologist Kristyn Clarke showers in downtown Seattle it's forty eight right now homeowners time eight thirty six seatac airport has stepped up its screenings as the corona virus continues to spread in other parts of the world direct flights from the war Han province are still not allowed any northwest airport the centers for disease control has now decided that any flight coming to Seattle from elsewhere in China will be subject to new screenings we spoke with this traveler about the additional screening she says she's in favor of them that doesn't understand why people would get on a plane if they aren't feeling well I couldn't travel if I was set I wouldn't do it people are risking out if you if you are traveling we have an update on three university of Washington students who had been tested for coronavirus the results from two of the three came back negative for waiting for the results on the third person a lot of people are buying special surgical masks to try and protect themselves from corona virus Sean Frederick with the Snohomish health district says a mask is not necessary we're really only recommending that if people are sick and going to a clinic that they may want to wear a mask in that event and that's really to stop transmission of disease to anyone else that's not how much health districts as a surgical mask will not protect you from airborne droplets however it will protect you from the spray from a sneeze or cough some health officials suggest N. ninety five type mass which are thicker and could give you better protection a new study give Seattle a dubious distinction we have the one hundred tenth worst traffic on the planet his call most of these would occur Tom Tom was on this one for looking at just a normal thirty minute commute time on average the morning rush hour and you'll spend an extra sixteen minutes in the car what it should take you.

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"To take into call my eighty five students claimed a religious exemption to the MMR vaccine last year so far this year it's up to a hundred seventy five nobody's getting kicked out right away see also the actual deadline would be December or January Carling Johnson couple news couple whose time dollar five oh seven it's not a surprise it just underscores the urgency that so many are responding to the latest data on Washington students who lack stable housing we get more live from Kamel's Brian Kelberg it's understood by most that there is a connection between how well a student does in school and whether or not that student has a safe secure home life but the latest data from the group's school house Washington suggest the issue goes much deeper than economics low income students with stable housing are performing much better than those who are homeless Daniels of follow up with the nonprofit that puts out this report says the latest numbers highlight the urgency he tells the times the performance gap between homeless students and their house peers has grown another take away from the new report more than sixty percent of school kids experiencing homelessness our students of color among the encouraging items this year the numbers suggest English language arts and math scores are improving among homeless students and on time graduation rates have also improved Brian Calvert como near the city of Everett is banning plastic shopping bags as of today it means retailers will no longer offer single use plastic bags you can bring your own bag or pay a nickel for a paper bag a man remains in critical condition right now after falling from a waterfall in the cascades this happened Saturday while he was hiking with friends at young's creek falls near Salton pencil Holmes county surprise.

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"washington students" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Hour from townhall dot com. Patrick baas. President Trump is refusing to budge on his demand for five billion dollars to build a border wall with the threat of a partial government shutdown looming. The White House is holding firm to the president's request were border wall funding senior adviser, Stephen Miller says the administration will do whatever is necessary echoing the president's statement last week that he would be proud to have a shutdown if congress doesn't approve the money Mr. Trump tweets that it's time for greater safety and control at the border. Greg Clugston, Washington. I'd overwhelming bipartisan March of the Senate has voted to advance a criminal Justice reform Bill to the full Senate Iowa's Chuck Grassley, calling it the most significant criminal Justice reform Bill in a generation to measure calls for changes to sentencing and mandatory minimum laws. It has the support of the White House, but has run into problems with some conservatives who claim that early. Release guidelines will put dangerous criminals back on the streets. Capitol hill. Correspondent. Wally Hines a full vote by the Senate could comes Hurley's Wednesday. President Trump's lawyers categorically ruling out a presidential interview with a special counsel. The president has said he's willing to talk with Bob Muller over my dead body. But you know, I could be dead Rudy Giuliani on Fox News Sunday as both he and the president unloaded on Muller's probe among other things recusing Muller's. Investigators have strong arming Trump associates into guilty pleas, including former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen who the president yesterday called a rat Muller's team could theoretically try to subpoena the president if he officially refuses an interview the supreme court has never directly said whether a president can be subpoenaed for testimony in a criminal probe saga megani. Washington students at upstate New York who police say posted videos, mimicking a school shooting face felony charges of making a terroristic threat, the Albany students have been suspended. This is townhall dot com. Ask yourself if you built a van.

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Pulling, away from I five to state route five to northbound four or five that's going to be. Packed through much of Renton toward the Newcastle area and then northbound, one six seven still finding scattered slowing through Sumner. You hit the brakes again about. Fifteen th street southwest towards state route five sixteen and we have. Scattered slowing on eastbound five club through Puyallup as well our next KOMO traffic at seven oh four here's the weather, forecast a cloudy day today with a high temperature about, sixty eight this afternoon there's possibility but a. Brief periods of drizzle. Either this morning or perhaps tomorrow morning with them. Partly sunny by tomorrow afternoon high around seventy degrees pretty nice for the weekend morning clouds. Saturday with afternoon sun seventy five for the high mostly sunny near eighty degrees on Sunday right now it's fifty eight in downtown Seattle KOMO news time six fifty six there's. A new scam targeting university of Washington students and komo's Jennifer Sullivan explains how it works it starts with a phone call. You think it's Seattle police and. The person has one demand turn Over money or go. To jail. Sometimes with a rouse four threatens that they all money and who to send it to and. And to, do it now and could be very intimidating police say someone is spoofing SPD over. Caller ID managing to make, calls look like they're. Coming from the police students are, often easier targets because they fear if they don't pay. Up they could be kicked out of school sink. The frequency of the scams is has increased know that the callers. Come not only from from nationally become internationally police say many of. The crimes target international students..

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Amount of tech is not enough to put your health at risk but environmentalists have long known anything humans consume can and will make its way into the sound a group of washington students enlisted by nasa to help solve a problem in outer space it has komo's brian calvert tells us these kids will never look at the fruits they were talking about the same way again it's not every day that nasa asks for the public's help in solving a problem so in students at high school were approached by the agency it was pretty special to say the least cool these are questions adult scientists can't even figure out junior carlos trae ho and members of the watteau high robotic and engineering club edmund working the last three years in inching closer to a solution each year what problem are they trying to solve these last months or maybe longer long enough to where we can send these apples outer space and astronauts have fresh food for the journey tokyo let's take a couple of steps back when i think most of us have put together that much of the food in outer space is dried to some extreme including fruits if fresh fruit is taken on board it lasts the first few days of the mission than just like on your kitchen counter it goes bad well these kids are attempting to put yakima apples into hibernation mode freshman luis moreno we know that apple's breeze like humans they breathing oxygen take our club instructor christopher baroudi the more we can keep the apple asleep longer that apple will stay fresh these students recently presented their findings to a group of nasa scientists who were pleased with the progress no solution to this one yet but these highschoolers keep inching closer they're not really any different than regular lhasa scientist or engineer other than their younger and shorter and various suzy ask to be recognized as contributing to a space age solution so cool these are questions at ashok are scientists adult scientists can't even figure out brian calvert komo news time ten forty to the sports desk go mariners and raiders.

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"washington students" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"To gun in the commission of his crime how exactly is that square with nps is a search engine that it's committed to school safety if i'm a milwaukee washington student and i'm wearing say an apple watch am i going to be with deontay long sitting right next to me and class am i gonna feel confident that walking home from school he's not gonna get any ideas i can understand after long was criminally charged but not convicted the school saying okay he has a right to play basketball he has not yet been convicted of a crime but after january thirtieth how exactly is this kid still play well i'll tell you how this kid is playing basketball you averages twenty nine points a game so i guess my question to dairy and driver before all of milwaukee is what is the minimum points per game a kid has to average that he can be a convicted felon and still play basketball for milwaukee public schools you really think that would fly in p walkie you think that would fly in the whitney'll school district that a convicted felon is continuing to play basketball now i'm not sure what the w i a can do here but how is this i am truly stunned that this kid is still playing basketball after he's convicted of a felony are we that concerned about a winning basketball team at milwaukee washington does somebody wanna dod news talk eleven thirty dot com that's my email address i've already put out an email to an nps spokesman seeking some sort of comment here i'd also like to know if deontay long rather ironically took part in the student walkouts yesterday oh yeah we need to reduce gun crimes well you could reduce gun crimes by you know not committing them but how ridiculous is this and dairy and try oh yes she wants to be taken seriously and this is what the left does this is what leftists like driver do virtue signal but their actions completely undercut their supposed message.

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"As some schools won't release information on students safety even two parents as a matter of policy still in the case of both of these parents school officials were able to convey their children were okay avid says if something like this happens to you try to get the caller's number and report it to nine one one right away pete combs komo news so the thousands of washington students planning to walk out of class tomorrow the aclu has just updated a guidebook on that vanessa hernandez the organizations youth policy director says students need to know if they walk out there taking risks mohawk policies for unexcused absences students leave class in order to engage in a protest i may receive unexcused absences or be marked absent because of that but generally hernandez schools can't suspend students for walking out if they haven't been in trouble before the nationwide student walkout tomorrow is a protest against gun violence seattle students who participate had the backing of the city council leaders of the elimination held a press event in miami asking the seaquarium to let lolita the orca whale go but komo's matt markovits reports the seaquarium refused to meet with them looming nation calls her took a tie as the miami seaquarium where she's been for forty seven years she's lolita taken from the tribes and central waters in one thousand nine hundred seventy four was she stolen from her waters from her mother from her rightful owners at a press conference in miami leaders from the tribe asked the seaquarium to let tokyo tie go to live out the remainder of her life in a pen bill for her next to salmon fish hatchery on orcas island we come in peace we are not protesters we are protectors but officials of the seaquarium have refused to meet with alums because a move in there is is a nonstarter saying in a statement we will not allow her life to be treated as an experiment and we will not jeopardize her health by considering such a risky move but the lungs are pushing a legal point of theft that violates a treaty right that goes back to eight eighteen fifty five to stolen miami seaquarium was responsible directly or indirectly for the death of her family she didn't deserve that in the lemme.

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"washington students" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Time is now six thirty odd mark caesar president trump's soninlaw jared kushner now has a lower level of access to classified information jared kushner had been operating with an interim clearance at the top secret sensitive compartment it information level for more than a year but according to politico his security clearance has just been downgraded this follows an order from chief of staff john kelly that white house officials with interim clearances pending since before june 1st of last year lose their access to the nation's deepest secrets kushner's attorney tells the ap the change won't affect the key advisers ability to do his job jackie quinn washington students are returning the smaller to that high school where the gunman murdered seventeen about two weeks ago it's back to school time for students at ma jury stone men douglas high school classes resuming today exactly two weeks after a former student opened fire killing seventeen teenagers and teachers some students worry about their safety and have some concerns beyond gun legislation david hall again other student activists are credited for causing state and national lawmakers to take up a number of proposals on gun legislation but congress seems far apart on gun legislation with calls for congress to do something to try and prevent more school shootings house speaker paul ryan sounds conflicted over president trump's push on army teachers to make american school safer is it parent myself in as a citizen binding it's a good idea but as speaker of the house i think we need to respect federalism in respect local local jurisdictions senate democratic leader chuck schumer's calling for action on background checks to make sure firearms are kept out of the hands of those who should not have them whether you're a felon than adjudicated mentally ill spousal abuse or outrageous we should close those little polls on capitol hill mike emmanuel fox news.

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Shooting happened might never reopened the superintendent told local media it will likely be torn down he wants to see a new wind built at another location on campus there in washington students are on high alert after that florida shooting and that vigilance ledger tool rests at longview high school one student follow these see something so something request and alerted staff after hearing another student brought a gun to already long high school students feared the worst barricaded themselves inside classrooms police ended up finding in aragon inside a backpack two students are now charged with possession of a dangerous weapon and into moines's police have yet to identify the source of the loud noises that put highline collagen lockdown earlier today swat teams responded to reports of gunfire but never found any evidence of a shooting being budget problems there forcing they can't school district to cut some jobs at its central administration center the school district says 45 positions have been cut for the two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen school here and that includes twelve leadership positions back in august the district said it had a nearly seven million dollar budget shortfall it believes savings from this school year combined with these cats for the next year will help overcome that deficit the fbi wants to know who built in a legal tree house near north bend the reason it was filled with images of child pornography framed on its walls a search warrant contain this grainy photo of the tree house in the snow quami national forest according to the warrants adena are employee found the tree house in then took a king county detective back to that side where they found a real and fictional images of young girls the fbi said items from the tree house to their lab in virginia and say dna did match to a milk creek man agents searched his home earlier this week but so far no arrest has been made right now medical examiners are trying to determine what.

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"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"washington students" Discussed on KOMO

"Arrested tuesday after its dna with connected to 18yearold mandy staff at who was kidnapped raped and killed in november of nineteen eighty nine the central washington student was home for thanksgiving and didn't returned to her parents house after a run in her hometown of ask me how we've been doing a lot of strategies on this case for decades including via day because it is a dna dna weighs heavily in this case in court wednesday the prosecutor said dance denied having any relations with static but once arrested the story changed in the hit well he he did african sexual intimate relations her prior to disappear bass has no criminal history in washington state but according to court records in 2010 it's wife filed a domestic violence protection order against him to protect her and their three children according to records in the file bass's wife alleged physical and verbal abuse adding that her husband said people make me so mad i can understand why people murder other people she also claimed that bass watch cold case file tv shows and once said i wouldn't get caught because i'm not that stupid it would be easy to get away with it we drove to the couple's home in everson just south of the canadian border to speak with bass's wife but no one answered the door the welcome county share south is working a call centre all day looking for more information about bath and they say calls are providing important information they say will help bring justice for static beth is being held on one million dollars bond we'll be back in court next month in bellingham i'm care cost an edge komo news 34 minutes past the hour komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the four north still watching a collision on northbound i5 just north of northeast 85th collusion is blocking the left lane construction continues wait one six seven right lane closed between south one eighty of them 405 in renton and your next portas up at a one a forty four jay phillips komo news hello everybody well big changes coming today we expect to have the rain back in the picture if it's not raining where you are right now probably.

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