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"washingtonian" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Every W two employees going to see a new tax on their pay stub and a lot of people are not aware of this. It's a 0.58% tax so you can pay into a long term care fund. Not done a lot of research on this, and I'm not much of a fan, but The director of this fund for the state has been vector and he joins us here in the Doory months and shell Ben Appreciate you taking the time. Thanks. Coming on with me today. Thank you for having me door. It's great to be with you. Yeah, I I'll be right upfront with you. You sound like a very nice guy. I don't like this tax at all. I don't understand why people are being forced to buy something that most of them are not even aware of. So tell me why and when everything the voters who have in an advisory vote 38 out of 39 counties didn't want this. They overwhelmingly said no in advisory. Why is the Legislature imposing this on the people? Sure. Well, thank you for having me again. I'm very excited about the program. I think it's going to be fantastic for Washingtonian. So the problem is that we all we all all of our all of us and our families are very familiar with situation where someone of our parents or grand parents. First spouse, um, is no longer able to live independently. Can't feed themselves or bays independently needs support, right? We all all families face that. And right now, um, family's heir struggled tol that happens. People are kind of in a crisis mode. The One has to quit their job..
"washingtonian" Discussed on KOMO
"A six year old boy riding in the back seat of a car. Family of 18 layers, pleading for help finding his killer. I hope you can see What you've done to this family. What your friends done to this family. And please turn them in. Aiden's Uncle John Clued in the shooting happened on the 55 Freeway near your Belinda on directed US ABC News. Homo news 1000 FM 97 7 It's now 9 31 Here it co Moh news. A beautiful, starry night 58 degrees here in Seattle. Good evening to you. I'm Ryan Harris with your top stories from the coma. 24 7 News Center. Police in Tacoma are investigating a physical attack on Pierce County's health director, Dr Anthony Chen says it happened early Wednesday before two a.m. as he crossed the Chihuly Bridge of glass. This all took place after Chen says he tried to stop the man who was using a bike to do tricks on benches from damaging those benches. Chen doesn't think his ethnicity nor his job was a factor in the assault. I think this is the situation where the person was doing something which I was just nicely trying to tell them that You know other people use the area. They used the bench and when they chip away the corners of the bench. It's just you know, it, Z something we all enjoy. Dr. Chin says he was knocked down and punched his. He tried to get up. The attack continued as he tried to back away. He says he's banged up and sore, but he's not seriously hurt. A recent report shows the number of anti Asian hate crimes was up dramatically in the first quarter of 2021, the center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State. San Bernadino, founded in 16 major cities. There was a 164% spike and reported hate crimes against Asians and Asian Americans. The group stop A P I hate says more than 6600 incidents have been reported. In the years since the cove in 19 pandemic began, Congress passed a bill to address the rise in anti Asian hate crimes and just yesterday. President Biden signed it into law. Visor and Moderna say they're both working on a booster for their covert vaccines. But one local health expert says that also adds to the confusion over mass guidance. Dr. Ali Mark Dad with UW's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, says they've known booster shots would be a part of the equation. But he says the mixed messages from Dr Anthony Fauci and others don't help me. I don't need a mask because of vaccinated, but I still need a booster. How could this city that you don't add up if I need a booster? It means my community is compromised. Then I need a mask to protect myself until I get the booster Mark. Dad also says talk of boosters tells people that they don't need to get the vaccine now and that they should wait for an improved vaccine, he says. That's the wrong message, he says. We can expect the pandemic to go on for at least a couple more years until we can get enough of the planet vaccinated to prevent new variants. Latest coronavirus. Numbers from state health show Washington Up by more than 1600 cases in the last 24 hours, D O H says that's in part because of a backlog in their system this week. We've seen the first days under 1000 new cases a day a couple of days this week. For the first time in a while, 12 more people have died. 80 tomb or or in the hospital. 6.5 million doses of vaccines have gone out nearly 60% of Washingtonians, 16 and up. Haven't least one dose. The goal is 70% by June 30th to start to reopen the state and if we get there before June 30th and will reopen sooner. It's now 9 34 Co Moh news. Let's head over to the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center and check in once again to Fulton. How we doing out there? Well, not your bad, right? We do have a medical emergency in downtown Seattle on the work down Third Avenue at Pike Street with emergency crews on the scene, partially blocking. Also in Seattle, Watch for a stolen cell phone five and I 90 is taking up the right lane Bot is there on the scene. And we're seeing some construction were causing said slowing on south found five in Lakewood between 74th Street and 84 Street that will have some link closures. Go on until five o'clock. Tomorrow morning. Our next camel traffic 9.
"washingtonian" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
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"washingtonian" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
"This is w. a. m. u. Eight eight five. I'm jonathan wilson. The dc region saw its population grow over the last decade according to the us census bureau. Dc population count grew by fourteen point six percent but the city's official count ended up being a little bit lower than the projected yearly estimates prompting some local officials to question the accuracy of the data. Joining me now to help us understand. What the numbers mean. Is jerry green. She served as the national urban league. Twenty twenty cents adviser. Hello there ms green hello there. So the census bureau's previous annual population projections for dc stated. More than seven hundred. Thousand people lived in the city and in fact many people remember mayor. Muriel bowser officially celebrating the city hitting that seven hundred thousand resident mark. Couple of years ago. The official count. Now that we have the two thousand twenty cents is just over six hundred eighty nine thousand. What do you think. Some of the factors are that played a role in that lower population. Count well as know this. Last decade has seen a large shift in the population however washington. Dc particular has one of the highest level of venture fixation in the country but one of the things that think holders are concerned about a prophet everywhere. The the Twenty twenty cents. A count does not match the population estimate that the census bureau collected for The stay is that perhaps relooking at a significant undercount. We don't have a federal prison here and we know that incarcerated individuals are there. Count goal to other places. They both other locations across the country. Get the benefit the political representation that we don't get because we you know we're not a state. It could channel for large undercounted the population. We have a lot of rental units. Here we know. And i think the bureau but agree that it didn't do a good job of counting multi locations renters renters are perpetually undercounted and to the extent that we still have a resident population here That are that reside and multi family housing. That would be an issue as well. So how does this. New census count affect the amount of federal funding. Dc will receive over the next ten years. I mean that's of course. One of the reasons why people pay such close attention to the census. We know that federal funding allocations are directly tied to the count. And so if you count the if you can see that twenty three thousand two hundred seventy one individuals. That's the difference between the dc population estimate. What the number came out in looking at inefficient amount of money In federal resource allocation that our community will miss and we know that as we emerge from the pandemic unique equitable recovery. So more detailed information is coming later. This summer about sis demographics graphics. Why do you think it's particularly important in this age where people are fighting for racial equity to get an accurate count of different demographic groups black latino immigrant residents. Why is that important. Because it's about power and might we've talked about and And undercount of our population means that you know we. Don't we move we now. We moved seats in congress. We lose representation. We lose people The the opportunity to both people who share our interests and values and will protect Protected from things like Gerrymandering and voter suppression and things like that. That's what it's all about the records and -tations and back We also know that. The count is tied to the electoral college and The electoral college has become pretty important. in the last two presidential election and so i'm most definitely Is a significant factor in in terms of the quality of our lives every day from a political standpoint. All right jerry. Green served as the national urban league. Twenty twenty cents adviser ms green. Thanks for joining us..
Seattle state senator faces backlash for joining a Zoom hearing while driving
"Story, A state senator facing backlash after attending a committee hearing. While driving more from Como's Jeff Pooja left Seattle Democrat Rebecca Cell, Danya is vice chair of the Senate Transportation Committee Man this morning there was a hearing on a new funding proposal called Forward Washington. Like the rest of her colleagues. So Dona appeared by zoom and with a fake background, But it was pretty obvious she was driving and at one point she even admitted it. You know, I'm driving my old vehicle right now. And a lot of Washingtonians. You know, I have to drive farther. Third rural communities were told to expect the statement from the senator, but so far we've heard nothing from her about the
Melvin Hazen Helped Segregate Washington DC, And Got A Park In His Name
"Eighty years ago. Any washingtonian would have likely known. The name melvin. Hazen he was the city's defacto mayor before residents were allowed to elect their own leaders now neighbors and officials are calling for hazings name to be removed from local park. Wmu's jacob fenced-in explains why if you've never heard the name. Melvin hazen you're not alone melvyn hayes and was is coretec. Watch hikes to my along. Trail named for mr hazen three times a week with her dog but never knew who was named four or why not. I mean it's got the creek right beside it. The trail crisscrossing. Melvin creek winding valley under a canopy of beach and tulip trees at leads from rock creek. Park up to connecticut avenue. Recently neighbors have begun to learn about the man behind the name basically thanks to him that or free. Upper northwest is as white as it is. Monmouth is a local advisory neighborhood commissioner. She says he's in policies when he ran. The city in the nineteen thirties were racist. He worked to bulldoze one of the only black communities west of rock creek that legacy of segregation is visible to this day word. Three where melvin. Park is located his just seven percent black given the ugly history. Is this really. We want to memorialize answer no in november nemeth and the anc called on the national park service which owns the park to rename it dc congresswoman. Eleanor holmes norton made the same request. It's the latest effort to scrub the city. In the country of names and monuments with racist legacies the scrutiny on hazing is due in part to research done by local historian and writer neil flanagan. It's a story that explains a lot about why. Dc looks the way it does you know why on one side of rock creek park and why qabala live on the other during seasons fifty year career in dc. He went from an axeman clearing land to make way for streets to district. Surveyor president of the board of supervisors
Washington DC native creates chain of successful bed and breakfast inns
"A D. C native and an award winning entrepreneur who has built her empire, One bed and breakfast at a time. W GOP continues our coverage of women's history month by highlighting the voices who are making a difference in our community. Monique Greenwood is the owner and chief enjoyment officer of Aquatic, a bed and breakfast inns. The key to running a successful bed and breakfast is really having a love for people and wanting to make sure that they have a great experience. Akwaaba Ins has five locations, including one on DuPont Circle in northwest Washington. But the crown jewels of her properties is one in Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Once a Woolworth estate like Grandmother who lived to be 100 and one also a native Washingtonian. Last thing she said to me before she passed was I can remember when I couldn't sit at the counter at war. Worse, and now my baby girl is all up in their mansion. Stephanie Gaines Bryant w T o P. News
"washingtonian" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
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Seattle to open one of largest mass vaccine sites in US at Lumen Field Event Center
"Vaccination center in Seattle could be the largest civilian led site in the U. S go Most Charlie Harder has the story Blumenfield Events Center at the site that used to be known as Centurylink Field opens a Mass vaccination center this weekend. The city of Seattle's Calvin Goings says more than 20,000 people a day could be vaccinated there when they hit full capacity. I want folks to hear me loud and clear to hear all of us loud and clear. Seattle. Help is on the way and together we can and we will beat covert 19. Right now. The limitation is the still low supply of vaccines. They expect to start out at Lumen Field by giving 5000 shots a week, But Governor Jay Inslee says that's likely to change soon. Because we're working together. We're gonna vaccinate Washingtonians. Like crazy at Blumenfield Charlie Harder come on
Seattle’s Lumen Field vaccine site to host largest civilian-run clinic in the nation
"Organizers say the newest mass vaccination center in Seattle could be the largest civilian led site in the United States. Almost Charlie Harder has the story. The Lumen Field events center at the site that used to be known as Centurylink Field opens a mass vaccination center this weekend. The city of Seattle's Calvin Goings says more than 20,000 people a day could be vaccinated there when they hit full capacity. I want folks to hear me loud and clear to hear all of us loud and clear. Seattle. Help is on the way and together we can and we will beat covert 19. Right now. The limitation is the still low supply of vaccines. They expect to start out at Lumen Field by giving 5000 shots a week, But Governor Jay Inslee says that's likely to change soon. Because we're working together. We're gonna vaccinate Washingtonians. Like Crazy at
Over 2 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered in Washington
"Carlos Brian Calvert has the latest now on the number of Washingtonians being vaccinated. 455 new cases of covert 19 were reported in the last day and there were 22 additional deaths. The numbers are getting lower, and it could be in part because the number of those being vaccinated just eclipsed two million to be exact. As of earlier this week. 2,065,000 plus doses of the vaccine have been putting people's arms or 80% of the vaccine supply held by the state of Washington. The majority of these are first doses, but even more promising, the governor's goal of 45,000 vaccinations in one day has actually been achieved. The numbers are growing because there are more places you can actually get the covert vaccine matter Of fact, Seattle's to city run sites in South and West Seattle are for everyone over the age of 65 starting this week, Even though we've been told sometime mid month there is still no official opening date yet for Seattle's first mass vaccination site at Blumenfield. Ryan Calvert camo news You have see teaming up with the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and T
Update on Vaccine Administration in Washington State
"This week a lot of washingtonians suddenly became eligible for covid vaccines. But as kyw's anna boyko y rock reports the supply of doses is still limited. There are not enough vaccine doses in the state for all the teachers school staff in childcare workers right away in all that's around a quarter of a million people instead. The state department of health says there will be doses for half of them over the next two weeks. The goal is for everyone in the newly eligible group to get at least one dose by the end of the month. Snohomish county health officer dr chris bidders urges patients. You may not get your maxine today or this week but keep trying. You will get one soon. The federal government is sending doses for this new group to six pharmacy chains in the state. Teachers and school staff can also sign up through the kaiser permanente health system
"washingtonian" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Washingtonians have now received a first dose of the covert 19 vaccine. We have now given more than 1.7 million doses of vaccine throughout the state of Washington. We have administered almost 80% of all dose is received in the state State Health Secretary Dr Amir Shaw says in January. That figure was about 30%. We're also getting close to our goal of giving out 45,000 doses per day. The current averages about 43,000. It's likely we'll hit that goal since more people will soon become eligible for the vaccine. Among the next group. Those who worked with the public including transit and grocery store employees, if enough vaccine can be shipped us that start date is March 22nd April 12. We hope that people who are 50 years and older who have two or more comb abilities will be eligible for the vaccine. Two weeks later on April 26 people were 16 or older and have one vulnerability will be eligible. Governor Jay Inslee says he hopes to expand eligibility to people in correctional facilities, those in group homes for the disabled and people who are homeless. Soon. All fossil fuel in the state not used for electricity would be subject to a carbon tax. Under a bill before a Senate committee Cairo Radios Hannah Scott reports 85% of the $25 metric ton tax would go towards things like the carbon ization projects. Renewable energy resource is and clean water with 15% set aside for environmental, justice and economic equity, including help for low income communities, Democratic senator and sponsor lives lovely. Lower income parts of the state tend to be in areas that have the highest concentrations of pollution. But industry officials warned lawmakers to look at the full picture energy pricing considerations. Several large Pieces of legislation being considered low carbon fuel standards. The Captain Trade Bill committee has yet to vote on.
Seattle unveils COVID-19 vaccination plan but frustrations about supply linger
"Her immunity, but it all depends on a boost and vaccines right now. Seven sites Unvaccinated anywhere between 502,000 people per day. But if the vaccine supply ramps up in the spring, the plan is to open a large vaccination side in north Seattle and smaller ones in west Seattle and the Rainier Beach area. Ultimately that's gonna allow us to build a really significant capacity. We're essentially trying to build the infrastructure to be able to vaccinate enough people in the Seattle area to achieve herd immunity in a month's time. If more supply continues to roll in the city could open a mass vaccination site and the summer that could give over 10,000 doses a day. We expect an update on the state's vaccination rollout tomorrow, so far more than 942,000 shots and made it into people's arms. Nearly 10% of Washingtonians got their first dose is about 2% received. Both does is now today, the state reported 107 new deaths from covert 19. That's the first update since Friday because of processing issues. 935 new infections have been reported another 50 people have been hospitalized coming up, making the
Data breach exposes 1.6 million Washington state residents who filed unemployment claims in 2020
"Data breach may have exposed the personal financial information of well over one million washingtonians who filed for unemployment last year. Less sensitive records from other state agencies and local governments have been stolen. Kyw's tom bonzi reports. The breach happened when someone hacked. Apollo alto based company called a cellular on christmas day that software company provides service to transfer large computer data files in this case. The hack happened. While a cellular temporarily stored unemployment claims info for fraud investigation the washington auditor launched last year after cybercriminals off the state employment department washington state. Auditor pat mccarthy. It was doing. The work of auditing be issued happened with the fraud. I mean it is ironic that this would happen. The new cybersecurity breach affects people who filed for unemployment in washington between january first and december tenth of last year. If that's you the auditor's office says you may want to keep a closer eye on your bank accounts and credit report.
"washingtonian" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
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Microsoft campus near Seattle will be used to administer COVID-19 vaccine
"Governor Insley announced effective immediately. Any Washington resident age 65 or older can now get the vaccine for covert 19 almost Brian Calvert, with more details as to how the state is going to accomplish this. In his address yesterday, Inslee unveiled plans to open massive vaccination sites across the state, utilizing a syriza of privately owned facilities, including a Redmond campus. That's virtually a ghost town these days. We don't have employees and all of our buildings these days, so we're gonna be working with local hospitals. S so that they can administer their vaccines in a building on our campus. Microsoft's Brad Smith is on board. So is Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson. We're here to support the governor, Dr Shaw and all of their staffs who are working tirelessly to serve the people of the state of Washington, a vaccine and every coffee shop. Maybe not, But plans aren't final just yet by lowering the vaccination age to 65. More than 1.5 million Washingtonians are now eligible, meaning the state must now create capacity to avoid long lines like we saw last week at a vaccination site in swim.
Security challenges nationwide as a new president is sworn in
"Security perimeter keeps growing. I'm pam kustow fox. News toll fencing topped with razor wire lines. The streets of the nation's capital unprecedented security is in place. For wednesday's inauguration of president elect joe biden. There are security barriers all over the city. Here we're seeing more security than even most dc residents are used to seeing. Washingtonians are used heightened security. This is a different kind of level with twenty one thousand national guard troops stationed throughout the city including some five thousand active-duty troops fox's mark meredith authorities orange watching washington armed protests. Could pop up at state capitals across the country. Michigan is preparing. The national guard has been activated across the state to help secure the capitol in lansing. A temporary fence has gone up. six feet. High and state offices have been boarded up similar measures also implemented in utah where the state highway patrol and salt lake city. Police say that all of this is out of an abundance of caution. Fox's casey
"washingtonian" Discussed on WAMU: Local News
"This is w amu eighty eight five morning edition. I'm esther chummy keeley. Most of us are still trying to process the events of wednesday when a mob of insurrectionist storm the capitol building while congress was certifying the electoral college votes robert mccartney senior regional correspondent with the washington post joins us now to examine how and why. The events of that day fell apart so dramatically bob. Let's start with the failure on the part of capital police to secure the building. What went wrong. Well mainly there. Were not enough police. Given the number of rioters they were just overwhelmed. They also weren't prepared for this. They weren't in uniform a riot gear. They didn't have big enough barriers. The barriers were waist height. They looked like bicycle racks. Also once it got breached once the capital got breached. They were focused primarily on getting the legislators and staff to safety and so they weren't so focused on preventing the rioters from getting further into the capital or much less clearing them out so the riders were given extra time to sort of roam around and break things and steal things and take pictures of themselves. So why did this. Why weren't they prepared. I mean mainly because. They said that they were expecting a mostly peaceful demonstration and not a violent assault but looking back. That just seems ludicrous. There was ample reason to expect. This might happen. My colleague marissa lang at the post wrote multiple stories ahead of time saying that there was a high risk of violence on the part of these people who initially were protesters on rioters and the washingtonian magazine published a story on tuesday saying explicitly that they had seen a lot of discussion on far-right websites of plans to quote occupy or quote storm. The us capitol. So if washingtonian magazine knew that this was a possibility. Why did the capitol police. And even the dc police say that they were not expecting anything of the sort so then how did capital police restore order. And what type of help did they get well. They mainly were able to restore order by calling in assistance from outside which is of course what they should have done in the first place i mean. He should have arranged with law enforcement agencies notably the metropolitan police department of the district of columbia and federal agencies to get help. They did that once. The assault had taken place. They called in the metropolitan police department and other agencies. Police were called in from poland and from virginia. It seems as though mainly it was the reinforcements from the district. Police department that provided the additional help. That was necessary ultimately to clear out the capital and get the rioters. To disperse there have been reports and even videos of some capital police appearing to tolerate the rioters white in these officers. Do more to stop this insurrection. Oh that's definitely going to be a part of this investigation. There were video clips. Showing police retrieving as the rioters advanced or stepping out of the way. There's at least one. Example of i think capital police taking a selfie with the rioters. So this arouse speculation that some of the capitol police were sympathetic to the rioters caused and let them let those sympathies prevent them from doing their job of protecting the capital. I certainly think that could have played a role in general though. I think they were just so outnumbered that they had to withdraw or wait for reinforcements. Another related question is why weren't more of the rioters arrested. There were hundreds there Yesterday in dc superior court only forty were actually brought up on charges during the event. I think police did not have enough people on hand to arrest them. All it takes a lot of people to detain hold and transferred to jail hundreds of offenders capital. Police had to wait for help just to clear them out. That does not explain though why the police did not arrest them later. Such as when they were outside the capitol but violating curfew at that point. Most of the riders were withdrawing. I think police at that point. We're just glad to see them depart. And this of course. We'll all be addressed in the investigations. You mentioned several times waiting for help and reinforcements. What was the role of the national guard. And all of this we know. Mayor bowser requested assistance from the national guard on tuesday and when the capital went under siege bowser requested more assistance from the national guard but that request was initially denied. Walk us through that okay. There's an important distinction here on the day. Before the riot mayor buzzer requested. And got hundreds of national guardsmen deployed. But they were unarmed and they were there only to provide help in managing traffic during the demonstrations. They were certainly not prepared for a riot now. Once the assault began she requested and others requested more national guard forces but they had to wait quite a while to get it approved mainly because the pentagon and to some extent the white house were very reluctant to have uniformed military involved. You know in police activity and controlling crowds. They thought it didn't look good. President trump apparently was very unwilling to send in the garden and had to be persuaded to do so in part by vice president pence by the time it was approved. The national guard really. It was too late to do much good. It was really capital police. Dc police and some other police forces who ultimately did almost all the work of dispersing the crowd and some dc statehood advocates are using the events of wednesday to further their cause. Yes a couple of things here. Since dc police played such a big role in protecting the capital people are saying. Hey you know the police are basically protecting you. Legislators and they come from a jurisdiction that doesn't have representation in congress so that doesn't seem very fair. And then also. There's this national guard. Mobilization question state governors have the power to mobilize the guard on their own. But because the district isn't a state thousand needed the approval of the federal government and it was slow in coming. Robert mccartney is senior regional correspondent with the washington post. Bob thank you so much. It's good to be here. Esther regional news coverage from w. amu eight five is made possible through listener support. You can join with your contribution at w. a. m. u. dot org. Click the donate button and thanks..
Trump Supporters To Converge On Washington DC To Protest Election Results
"Far right groups and supporters of the departing president Trump are converging in Washington, D C to protest the results of the free and fair election. Makayla LeFrak of member station W. A. M. You reports This is the third time in less than two months that proud boys another far right. Activists rally in D. C. The protesters have a permit from the National Park Service to gather at the Lincoln Memorial and applause in near the White House. City officials are prepared for the crowds to spread throughout downtown D. C. Mayor Mariel Bowser recognized their right to protest but urged Washingtonians who might disagree to stay away. We're asking D C residents and people who live in the region to avoid confrontations with anybody who's looking for a fight. On the best way to do that is to avoid the area. DC's most prominent resident president Trump Tweeted that he will be at tomorrow's rally. Trump support of the protesters and unfounded claims of voter fraud. Have DC leaders concerned that this week's crowds will be large. 1000 has called in the National Guard to assist with crowd control this week. We will not allow people to incite violence intimidate our residents. Or caused destruction in our city. Violence broke out during both of the previous proud boys protests in December more than 30. People were arrested and eight police officers were injured. Demonstrators also damaged property at four black churches and burn to black lives matter. Banner Yesterday D. C. Police arrested Proud Boys leader and wreak a tar eo on charges of destruction of property as he returned to Washington D. C for this week's rallies. Counter protesters were involved in the clashes last month. But Bowser says the out of town demonstrators at the past pro trump rallies came here looking for a fight. This is serious business. The will of American people through a fair and just election is being questioned in violence is being incited. The city has shut down a number of downtown streets for the next two days. Some businesses are also temporarily shuttering, including the hotel and bar that was a gathering place for proud boys. During the last rallies. During the December protests, four people were stabbed. Nearby. Police chief Robert Conti is trying to drive home one message to people coming into the city to protest firearms. Are not permitted. Repeat firearms are not permitted. Conte says he's been made aware of some protesters plans to bring guns into the city. Even with a concealed carry license. It's illegal to bring a firearm within 1000 ft of any permitted demonstration or areas under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service, like the National Mall. Conti is also concerned about the Corona virus pandemic. Unlike this summer's racial justice protesters, many of the far right activists have not worn masks while demonstrating in D. C. They're going to be a lot of people here. We certainly anticipate that on when we have a lot of people that are in our city, the chances for people to get us sick, namely My officers and other residents. We just want to be very careful with that again. Despite the health concerns, Bowser says police won't be focused on arresting people who violate the city's mask ordinance. She says officers main priority over the next two days is to curb violence and property destruction and keep people out of immediate danger.
Washington Announces Pandemic Relief Payments For Unemployed
"Baltimore time check Ravens for have the been state fined of Washington a quarter million aims dollars to help by the NFL unemployed for workers violating after covert passage 19 of protocols. the big Federal This, according relief to bill The Associated was delayed, Press. Kumble's Corwin However, the Hank team explains. was not When President docked draft Trump waited waited picks until until for the late late violations, Sunday Sunday to to sign sign which the the $900 $900 led to a Corona virus billion billion outbreak federal federal that pandemic pandemic included 23 relief relief package. package. players and It It led created created to the rescheduling a a one one week week of the Ravens gap gap Thanksgiving between between night game the the last last unemployment unemployment against Pittsburgh. payments payments under under the the old old Cares Cares Stewie Act Act is and and second the the first first payment payment Storm under under star The The new new bill. bill. Bring in a Stuart Democratic Democratic came in second U. U. place S. S. Representative Representative and a P voting Adam Adam for Smith Smith female from from Washington's Washington's athlete of the ninth ninth year. District, District, Tennis star tells tells Naomi CNN. CNN. Osaka took It's It's first remarkable remarkable Speaking the president of tennis Don't would look push for back 20 time on Grand a bill Stadium his own singles administration champion Roger crafted Federer down really under doesn't this year pay much 39 attention year to old the withdrawing details from of next the legislation month's Australian that he's working Open as on he continues work to recover to the impact from a that pair has of knee on operations. people or he would have signed And in college this basketball in the first place. top Governor rank. Jay Gonzaga Inslee takes now says on Northern the Arizona state will Later issue tonight one time and payments Villanova of men's $550 basketball coach Jay Wright to those has tested missing positive a week for of covert federal 19, pandemic related causing jobless the now fourth benefits. ranked Wildcats $54 to pause million expenditure all basketball expected activities. to help more than 95,000 Sports A 10 and 40 past Washingtonians, the hour. I'm Jeff Pooja, Look, Insley come says on news. in a statement. The state Kendall's payments 30 are minute, a pop backup fried plan made in It should anticipation be fun. Okay, fellas the federal on aid who's ready might to work? be delayed. Here Corwin we go. Hey coma Don't news, forget the to new
Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief
"Against a national search for a new police chief for the city and W T. O P has learned that she will name Robert Conti to replace Peter Newsom. The 48 year Old County is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit. He's been on the force for 31 years, joining as a cadet while he was still in high school. He sees Attorney General Karl Racine telling W. T O P. He's pleased with the mayor's pick the native Washingtonian who understands the District of Columbia. And I think really has a firm grasp of, you know of the community on D trust the community, and I think the community trust him as well. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast Washington during the crack coat crack cocaine error of the late 19 eighties. He's has said he witnessed police using brute force during that time. Karima
100,000 in Washington could lose unemployment benefits
"In about two weeks, the day after Christmas, 100,000 Washingtonians are expected to lose the federal unemployment benefits. If Congress doesn't take action, we're talking about people who receive pandemic unemployment assistance, these air often gig workers or self employed or people who are impacted by covert related issues. Almost Azan Font explains what's at stake and what Washington state is doing to help. I'm a classical musician, a singer and a conductor Ryan filer mostly does work with choirs and occasions and solo work When the pandemic hit in March, I would say about 75% of my income was based off of being a performer on and All of those opportunities just dried up immediately. Nearly 100,000 gig workers, independent employees and self employed people count on the pandemic Unemployment assistance or P Way program. Most p way recipients get about $300 a week, Governor James Lee says. If Congress does not act, he's going to offer a temporary relief package so people don't fall off that Cliff. Suzanne phone come on news.
Seattle man arrested after car chase with police ends in crash
"Police say about 9 15. Last night they tried to stop a speeding driver near Junkins Park. The driver swerved into Oncoming traffic ran a red light eventually crashed into two empty cars that is part of vehicles. The man ran, but police caught up with him and arrested the suspect. Police found what they called a considerable amount of drugs on him. 47 year old man had some minor injuries. He was treated released. And now in the King County jail, more than one million Washingtonians have been able to coronavirus
Thanksgiving Day highlights efforts of OSL; staff serves 8,500 meals to needy daily in Seattle area
"The holidays are here and now more than ever, families are finding it hard to make ends meet, especially during the pandemic. Many families may not have the holiday dinner they plan because of the Corona virus crisis. Camo Suzanne Font takes a closer look at what is being done to help people get food on their table. More than two million Washingtonians have experienced some form of food insecurity sometime this year. And we think Thanksgiving period could be especially difficult. Oh SL is Operation Sack Lunch, also known as offer some love. The organization based in Belltown is serving up 8500 meals every day. For those in need. We're doing 8500 meals altogether and over seven kitchens on we take care of 61 different shelters and programs throughout the Seattle King County area. What's really important to us every single day, but especially on the holiday is to say. You're not for gotten, you have value and we're serving you love every single time we serve you a meal. All the food deliveries made possible because of food donations and also food that's been recovered. Oh, SL says they typically spend $3000 a week buying food. Because of the covert pandemic. They're spending 12,000 week just to buy food
Americans Could See First Batch of Vaccines By Mid-December
"The nation's governors are being told to expect the first doses of a covert nineteen vaccine to arrive in their states by the middle of next month Ohio governor Republican Mike DeWine announced that after discussions with the White House Ohio could see its first batch of thousands of vaccine doses by December fifteenth with fresh supplies arriving every few days after that he says Ohio will first get visors formulation and then the vaccine developed by mo Dern coming none too soon with virus cases skyrocketing help is on the way governor Jay Inslee a Democrat in Washington state says he's hearing December fifteenth two that is not going to be available to you know the majority of Washingtonians for some time after that it will be into the next year the plan is to start with health care workers and nursing home residents people who are frequently exposed to the virus as well as teachers and those with medical issues that put them at high risk I'm Jackie Quinn
"washingtonian" Discussed on KOMO
"The government to protect Washingtonians. From utility shut offs right now on also to take action to ensure that we have a plan to ensure stable and death for utilities, all Washingtonians at check in with the governor's office. They say he is likely to sign an extension before the deadline, but he reminds people to be in contact with their utilities during the crisis. Charlie Harder come. O'Neill's Washington state saw a slight dip in new unemployment claims last week. To date, the state has paid more than $8.7 billion in benefits, 2/3 of which is federal money for an additional $600 a week on top of the state's weekly maximum of 790 bucks per week. That's $600 weekly bonus is set to expire Friday. Congress has not been able to reach agreement on an extension with House wanting to continue the weekly boost it the same amount and the Senate proposing to scale back the extra bid. It wouldn't be summer without concern about wildfires. But Como's Ryan Harris tells US firefighters have the added worry about covert 19 The U. S Forest Service teams on the Okanagan Wenatchee National Forest have Corona virus protocols like testing for crews coming back from helping firefighters in Arizona before they go back to their families and co workers or what they call working quarantine, with Cruz staying isolated together wearing masks when needed, But fire management officer Robb Allen says when they're headed to a fire, that's where he went. Their minds. Snags are still out there the fire behavior still bad. The steep rocky train is still there. All the things that could kill us before are still there and then when we come back to camp or we go back to our district officers or we get back into town, we'll put our masks back on will do all the things that we need to do. Alan also tells me we're looking at an above average fire season with extra worry this week with a heat lightning combo ripe to spark fires. Brian Harris camo news. Come. O news time is 6 30 for and we've got Tama Fulton with our camo traffic..
"washingtonian" Discussed on WTOP
"Photos onto a building along with messages from loved ones Washingtonian magazine reports it's part of covert memorial that's a digital archive honoring the people who have died and those who mourn them coming up on WTOP Wall Street is continuing to climb out of its hole after historic losses it's nine twenty four following is a paid commercial message this is bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic diocese of Arlington we continue to celebrate the great joy of our lord's resurrection while Easter a constant happy faces of children marching for that last jelly bean in the basket may be over we retain our whole enjoy in the risen lord do not be afraid to let others see that you are changed in the midst of the pressures and demands in life allow others to see your calmness and serenity in the midst of the temptations and darkness us around us let others see your freedom and strength and following the lord's wastes and commands in the midst of the noise and distractions that are all around you allow others to see the peace you fine simply by being with the lord you are a new creation in Christ let your light continue to shine for others to see money news at twenty five and fifty five on WTOP nine twenty five Jeff Clabaugh sits above twenty four thousand for the first time since March eleventh after another week rally the markets have gained ground for two straight weeks now the nasdaq had a good week this week gaining five point seven percent consumers have no doubt lost confidence in the economy but how much will be reflected in next week's university of Michigan consumer sentiment index also next week March new and existing home sales and the closely watched weekly jobless claims report just label WTOP news just ahead on WTOP president trump says parts of the country are ready to re open but some governors aren't so sure about that it's nine twenty six your future starts at the university of the district of Columbia whether you're right out of high school we're ready to jump start your career UTC can help you find your possible with affordable education opportunity you DC president Ron Mason tells us more we have portability because we are the least expensive university in the DMV we have quality because we've been recognized for our work on a national level so there's a organization that ranks universities not only based on price point but also on quality in our business school ranked number one our mechanical engineering school at least our program right number one in the country and our engineering school ranked number seven in the country we are designing seamless pathways type lines from the entry level which is work for certification through the associate's degree level up to the bachelor's degree in a bubble every door will connect to the next door with multiple credentials along the way to learn more about how to find your possible visit UTC dot EDU.
"washingtonian" Discussed on WTOP
"Oxen cove and on the south the southwest freeway your leads are all available and incident free Ian Crawford WTOP traffic a cold start but a nice finish by February standard highs are going to be in the upper fifties today we are mostly sunny tomorrow high temperatures will be in the mid to upper fifties a lot more clouds for your Mondays we get ready for system that brings rain to the area after sunset Tuesday some scattered showers possible highs on Tuesday in the low fifties Wednesday a second system accompanied by a cold front will sweep through the area and it'll raise rain chances Wednesday night storm team four meteorologist Samarth it'll right now it's forty two degrees in Takoma park baileys crossroads forty two degrees and it's also forty degrees in Bowie it's one ten if you live in DC you may not want to trust the voter registration card you just got in the mail about five thousand Washingtonians received cards telling them to vote in the twenty twenty primary election on the wrong day the card says the primary will be on the third Tuesday in June when in fact they are on the first Tuesday of the month June second this primary features some key DC council races election officials say cards were printed before city leaders moved up the election it's one eleven in recent years Virginia has wrestled with its past renaming schools removing statues even renaming roads that deeply connect the Commonwealth to racist policies now that debate has made its way to Loudon county if you search on a map just off route seven a north sterling Boulevard you'll find Negro health on some maps there's a more offensive variation sterling supervisor Koran Sainz has recommended and the board has approved taking the steps to research.
"washingtonian" Discussed on KOMO
"Screw up Washingtonians reacting to Brett Kavanagh's elevation to supreme court. Judge a group of burglars may be responsible for more than one hundred break ins at businesses across the region. Komo's Gabe Cohen reports from Bellevue most of the recent break ins happen surveillance video shows a group of burglar. Smashed their way into key sukey Rahman at three AM they came in. They were looking they were on a mission. They were looking for a safe owner Nouri idle reopened, but he's still frustrated that we don't keep any restaurants. Most damage they can do is take bottles of alcohol and break the window. The burglars hit several businesses in this strip mall at Bellevue police think these are repeat offenders since they've seen Twenty-nine similar cases in Bellevue and more than one hundred twenty across King County. And we believe it's the same group saying they're coming late at night, there smashing the window. They're getting in and out with a lot of product. And they're getting away before the alarm goes off. They'll be police have a detective assigned to the case. Now, they say they're working with several other agencies as well and making progress on the case. Escape Cohen Seattle's approach to RV encampments too lenient, many say absolutely the result. They say is that many of the same broken down RV's appear over and over the same places. Even after the vehicles have been ticketed impounded. Some call it the RV shuffle. Komo's Markovic spoke with a man who admits to taking part in the practice in RV's can't move on their own. They're often ticketed and impounded happened.
"washingtonian" Discussed on KOMO
"And then i sat down started speaking about like the news and then all of a sudden walter jones comes out of nowhere and you saw walter man i started our no hope things started running through my mind i wanted to ask him a hundred thousand questions so it was pretty good and in a hall of famer especially hey wait it's like you're you're interested in in getting into sportscasting right it gives start right there we have walter jones yes we have colossal wall cbs sports caster how'd you even get to the nfl how else take you know i worked hard and i i was blessed to have the see off to draft me you're not come from florida state life's been good man i tell people all the time that i retired when i wanted to retire so that that was that was awesome for me and now that i have became official washingtonian here in seattle i call seattle my home so has been great man i've been able to to go around and do the things that i wanna do you know the counter put my feet into the community and help the community so that have definitely been great for me since i retired were you asked this question of walter for me ask walter what it was like when he got his first nfl check and saw all those zeroes oh you don't have to ask you go ahead oh no kello.
"washingtonian" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Like world grown up now there's a lot there that i wanna get into i also i wanna starting this off with a brief game show we're going to do a brief game you guys in constance and we don't usually games on the show this game that normally it would be called to truths and ally uh i'm going to present you three donald trump lies and your task is to figure out which of these is one i made up so it's not it's not to carlsson and i add slick two three eyes are we kind of buzz in a pastor would hurt no we'll go through all three of them and then i'll just turned each year there's no time element uh we'll call it to realize and ally alex made up snapped lanham one in early january donald trump did a post golden globes phone interview with a new york times in talking up the size of his upcoming inauguration he said quote all the dress shops are sold out in washington it is hard to find an and a great dress for this inauguration and quo a washing tony and magazine reporter looked into it and could not find one department store resale shop or rental service in dc but didn't have plenty of dresses in stock also the neiman marcus in dc's chevy chase neighborhood had literally thousands of gowns available for the event you telling me washington post i better research has been our president donald trump i'm saying something called washingtonian magazine does if this is a real life but we're gonna find out uh a weekly in washington i'm saying that donald trump says uh things that are uh.
"washingtonian" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Am six thirty good morning it is 605 709 wmal where washington comes to talk on this brainwave gay getting us later this hour thirty five counts office said k calmness fade 705 is marked the korean peninsula immigration stays warm oka congress go with that 735 fill koerppen we'll discuss senator bob menendez his upcoming trial at eight of five more jed kim in washington hosted at eight thirty five ready stephen greene he's one of those marchers whose marched up from charlottesville to dc they are arriving here today and we'll find out what's on their at that good morning is i love him tickled by this i and i'm interested to find out what you think about this is it getting a lot harder for women to marry up these days and when i say mary up you know usually we talk about financial aid the classes moving up be able to mary somebody who's make a little bit more than you kind of joked joint joining is their lifestyle because according to a new study published in demography and elevated by washingtonian magazine it's now more likely for women to have a college degree than it is for men which is changing the marriage market and it's making it harder for women to marry up by marrying someone who is more educated is interesting so in washington we've seen this kind of going on for a while especially because there's more women than men and now that you have so many more women earn in college degrees than men the end result is that it's inverting what we traditionally think of as you know more men having degrees more men being in jobs there were there successful now everything started starting to become flipped on its head from from how we normally have viewed it and the end result is that women are finding it much harder to mary up and all of a sudden it's than the men who are doing all of the mirroring up i'd contend that many of the men i know all of argued that they've married off with two their beautiful lives but still you you've got a situation where washing tony magazine as saying this is all changing and i wanna know do you think it's change men are you in first of all by men are.
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"House and senate are very close to getting it done well i think what they're trying to do is finalized their number make sure all the pieces together there it is accurate and well done when lawmakers quoted as saying negotiators have to reach a deal by tomorrow morning if they want to get into the governor in time if they don't state government will begin to shut down for lack of funds it's the third time in four years budget talks have gone down to the wire but chesler believes ideals it hand and to shutdown of state government will not be necessary gutter inslee sounded optimistic about this this afternoon is she made a statement to reporters about the status of the budget talks i am not liberty to shirt details of the negotiations right now and but i do want to tell you that i'm eager to get this news we hope will be a shortly forthcoming washingtonians deserve it and i look forward to that the governor saying state agencies have been sending out layoff notices in anticipation of a government shutdown if there's not a budget by june thirty at the end of the fiscal year job well done that's the word from the king county sheriff after an audit found that his deputies were mistakenly paid more than five million dollars in extra overtime the details in this report from komos becomes the king county auditor found five point five million dollars in overtime that had been paid out not once but twice sheriff john her carts says this was an honest mistake very report be hours to us re report him to the county amega to check your shirt and for whatever reason than they do have some very good reasons they paid in enriched rate which is slightly more than target of reached out to the king county council asking of deputies who got that extra overtime will have to pay it back so far no answer the audit also found sheriff or cartons a leading to heavily on overtime just be minimum staffing requirements it's cheaper than hiring more deputies because he doesn't have to pay for benefits or training to that or cart says going forward what i want to do is limited number of hours at an individual deputy can work over talk either in a week or probably even on a date pete combs komo news still ahead america it's a former boy mechanic cox goods stolen.
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"I don't think it does a great job and i think the administration's been clear and consistent that we don't always agree that it does a great job predicting coverage i think we saw that um if given their history they projected that obama care there will be twenty four million people will that were part of that they're only eleven and that numbers dropping every day as so i i don't have a lot of confidence in at number on that part but i do think that some of the places where they do a job again or on the budget and the revenue side and the cbo score that they pointed out was that it would cut deficits by three hundred million dollars and cut taxes by seven hundred billion dollars i think those are good things and i think when they focus on the budget side that's probably a white house deputy press secretary sarah huckabee sanders washington state secretary of health john wiezman tells komo news he's happy the vote on the bill was postponed today yeah we absolutely think that uh they have to slow down and do this right we're very concerned here in washington we have over seven hundred thousand people who now have ensured he did shift a couple of years ago and with that proposal congress way now it's bad for washingtonian but it's bad for healthcare it would kick because many of the country thousand people more off of medicaid right away so we need to make sure that the congress slowed those down in which right and worked with everyone lotta people don't realize but we like many other states rely greatly on medicaid to help people in this that we do it the insurance but to allow them to get uh people who have in didn't have insurance before and that in coverage of important that we know that people go bankrupt really quickly with one health issue that patten plan for and if this were to go forward were told that a lot of the community health care centers across the state especially many in eastern washington would be in very dire shape helping the lower income folks in our state yeah you know people are getting a hair care from many community clinics across with state and medicaid is certainly one of those appears that allows people to get access to healthcare who didn't have applied for over twenty thousand people.