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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm tracking and what I'm hearing from my colleagues is that we'll still see some smoke impacts, which is odd for October. We're kind of waiting for that season shift to fall, not really that rain to come in. It's really cleared up, but we'll probably have a smoke just for at least a little bit a bit longer. Further east near Wenatchee, other fires are burning air and that area is hazardous for everyone. And still ahead after traffic and weather, I'm Ryan Harris with the warning about the next COVID winter surge and what a health expert predicts is coming. Northwest news times 6 O four at check on your drive now from the dubin law group traffic center and Kimmy house that drives stacking up. Well, speaking of the bolt creek fire actually, highway two has been closed since 10 o'clock this morning due to maintenance for the fire, a crews have been trying to remove trees from the roadway all day and they're still doing so. So highway two is still shut down between my post 45 and my post 50 till further notice no word when they hope to wrap up. We do have a new collision in Seattle though south on 5 just past the ship can now bridge in its blocking the left lane so really not helping our jam south of 85th into downtown and of course north on 5 has just been slow anyway. North of the west Seattle bridge off and on into linwood, although I do see it start to improve once you get towards mount like terror, so maybe it's starting to get better. We're still seeing some equal delays on both westbound floating bridges out of Bellevue across Lake Washington or travel time from Bellevue to Everett is about 45 minutes, south on four O 5 still a struggle though from 5 20 up the Kennedy Dell hill, south on I 5 year rolling slow out of tech willa towards south 200 but not bad after that, it's looking good around fife and Tacoma. We even cleared that accident pretty quickly around JBL M self and I 5 saw them Berkeley out of the way and west found 5 12 is rolling slow from the South Hill mall towards canyon road. Your next northwest traffic at 6 14. Stack weather now from Kristen Clark at como four. Here's the latest forecast. The same offshore breeze responsible for record warmth on Thursday is also transporting smoke from nearby fires in the cascades directly into the lowlands. Now air quality may improve slightly on Friday as a result of just a subtle
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"Bus with the molotov cocktails, the officer contacted Johnson and saw them near his bag. The man accused of throwing rocks and glass bottles at cars at state route 900 near Renton did not appear in court today. Troopers arrested 55 year old Sean parenti yesterday. He is facing charges for malicious mischief and reckless endangerment related to several incidents this month, a judge set his bail at $50,000. Fire crews are making progress in containing the bolt creek fire near sky comish, but at this point there is no estimate for when highway two will be back open. The latest from northwest news radio is currently Johnson. The fire has now consumed nearly 11,700 acres, an increase of a few hundred acres since yesterday, but that was visitation within the burn area I'm told. Some of that right along highway two, which remains closed for a four mile stretch, Amanda Monta is an information officer on the fire and tells me they are removing burned trees that threaten to topple onto the roadway. We're kind of trying to be as proactive as possible in clearing those trees before they become a problem down the road. And that's going to take a few days. I don't have a definitive timeline on when that road is going to open. In fact, nobody really does. With the start of October fest this weekend, a lot of people will be headed over to leavenworth and Wenatchee, but it is unclear if highway two will be an option. The fire is now 13% contained, with cooler cloudy weather today helping crews. Carling Johnson northwest news radio. Let's check your drive 7 34, let's head to the dubin law group traffic center where we find Natalie Melendez. Light traffic on Yeager road in Monroe, there is an accident at in the westbound lane between Woods creek and one 44th
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"240th street behind the lows about 6 30 this morning, no update on the injured person's condition. While warmer temperatures are driving people to the water and that is not always a good mix, como force Michelle Esteban on the water rescue on the north sound. We're working to learn the condition of a woman pulled from the puget sound and muckle tio after three 40 this in police responded to reports of a distressed woman in the water. They say before officers got their good samaritans helped bring her to shore at this point, all we know is that she was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital. That is como force Michelle Esteban in Chilean county sheriff's deputies tell us they've recovered the body of a kayaker who disappeared on the little Wenatchee river northwest of leavenworth, 22 year old William Henry was last seen on June 25th on the river with a partner who told authorities the two were separated when they ran into rough water and went over the waterfall. That area is known for fast moving water steep embankments and thick brush. While the violence continues to escalate into coma. Police say officers found a woman shot and unresponsive sitting in the driver's seat of a car, they began CPR and other lifesaving measures, but they were not able to save her, detectives are investigating this as a homicide. Meanwhile, just a few miles away from there, in South Dakota, officers checked out a shooting call on sell 36th street around midnight. Police say someone opened fire at a home hitting at several times, a bullet hit a 44 year old woman inside medics took her to the hospital with non life threatening injuries. We don't have any information on the suspected shooter or a possible vehicle description. That is como four's Lee stole. It is 5 four 34 time now for traffic on the fours. We give it to you every ten minutes from the dubin law group traffic center and Evan Smith. Northbound 99 just south of the first avenue bridge there is now a collision that is taking up a single right lane to assistance is already on scene to help out with that. We're not seeing much of a slowdown thankfully you do to that collision. There is a bit of slowing those still on southbound 5 due to an early collision as you make away through Marysville down to the trestle and Everett. Self I've also slowing off and on from before the ship canal bridge to downtown, also slowing northbound from the albro Kirk to the downtown area, all directions of four O 5 also slowing before you get to new castle and you're on your brakes pretty heavy still in northbound 5 between Olympia and JB LM, our next traffic is at four 44. And time now for your northwest weather forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center. Lots of sunshine throughout the afternoon and our temperatures, they're going to be the low to mid 80s in our warmest spots and get ready to really heat things up for the work week ahead. Sunshine wall to wall on through the workweek and temperatures climbing
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"The water, having fun. All sounds like a great idea until something goes wrong. A water rescue yesterday on the north south. We're working to learn the condition of a woman pulled from the puget sound and muckle tio after three 40 this in police responded to reports of a distressed woman in the water. They say before officers got their good samaritans helped bring her to shore at this point, all we know is that she was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital. That is Cuomo force Michelle Esteban. In Chilean county sheriff's deputy, say they have recovered the body of a kayaker who disappeared on the little Wenatchee river northwest of leavenworth, 22 year old William Henry was last seen on June 25th on the river with a partner who told authorities the two got separated in rough water and then went over the waterfall. That area is known for fast moving water steep embankments and thick brush. 6 people are injured following a bus crash on the east side, Saturday. A 25 year old man is in custody, after police say he crashed into a rapid ride bus injuring 6 people, officers tried to pull him over, suspecting DUI right near bell red road in 24th street, but they say he kept going. Bellevue police say instead of pulling over the driver immediately took off and crashed into the bus 5 bus passengers in the driver of the car suffered minor injuries, that driver now booked on suspicion of DUI. The circling back to the heat and the wildfires it's happening across the west and in Utah, climate change, climate change experts say a worsening drought is pushing the great Salt Lake to the brink of an ecological crisis. Nothing
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"To perform help with non emergency work and Everett Yakima Wenatchee and Spokane hospitals card members will also set up testing sites in Richland Olympia to come up and in Seattle A Los Angeles artist paying tribute to the late great Betty White kabc Sophie flight with more Be more like Betty is Corey Matty's message to the community The local artist is behind this Betty White mural on Melrose and genesee ab and has done other murals in LA including ones for Kobe She was just a staple in the community not even just in comedy But in general she was a model human being The mural was unveiled this week It took 92 days to complete it Maddie had originally planned a mural for Betty White's 100th birthday which would have been this month But when she heard the news of white's passing she wanted to get to work immediately She was Relevant for 99 years which is really hard to do And she was probably the oldest long-standing entertainer of Hollywood White suffered a stroke Days before passing away last month fans turned out immediately to show their love and support at her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Maddie is a longtime fan of The Golden Girls That show was ahead of its time in terms of touching on the societal issue that no one else wanted to touch it was too heavy for the 80s And that's what I really really fell in love with buddy white That was known for her animal advocacy work so he already thought it was important for people walking by to be able to donate to a local dog recipe All you have to do is scan the QR code She was an advocate for animal welfare and animal rescue I want to make sure it's accessible to people to give back to the community In the fairfax district Sophie play.
"wenatchee" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"Insurgent robert bales. He's like sperry controversial lawyer. yeah but john henry. Browne claims that. Chris wilson was being framed for this murder and that it wasn't the first time wenatchee was doing this and he recalled a case that he actually worked on in the mid nineties. Where a ton of people were wrongfully convicted of sexual abuse in what he called the wenatchee witch hunt in which became known as cheap really. No he was the one to get some of the cases dropped for a bunch of clients. I'm going to link this really good washington post article on in the show notes to give you like a little more about that case but the gist is that in wenatchee in the mid nineties there was this officer named robert perez who was promoted to a detective during a time where there was a lot of child sexual abuse cases. Going awful now. This guy was trained really quickly. And he was the only investigator working on these kinds of cases but a lot of people felt like he wasn't qualified for the job and that he was placed in a position of power. When he shouldn't have been now later he and his wife were. Fostering a child who. I'm just gonna leave nameless for this yeah. She started having like horrific recollections of a essentially a child sex trafficking ring that involved like hundreds of people in the community. What but the more and more involved it got. There were people being accused. That like definitely didn't have anything to do with it. 'cause they weren't even living there at the time so fingers were being pointed at people and it seemed like fingers were being pointed out people if they spoke out against this whole thing and doubted it literally was like the sound wave. People said that peres would quote pick people out and target them now eventually. This child of like the foster child named over ninety different people who abused her protect. Oh and got other children to say things about what had happened to them but over time her story started becoming less credible because like i said she was like saying people had done at. That hadn't even been there at that time and then other children admitted that they were lying. Oh wow this is messy. It's super messy and children also came out later and said that peres had intimidated them into lying about some kind of alleged abuse. Now perez perez did admit later that he would destroy his notes from cases. What the fog but not before a ton of lives were like totally destroying everything just like died down but people went to prison for this well then also every basically it became the witch hunt of wenatchee and these kids are like ca having to go through all this traumatic. Oh it's just it's a case within itself. Horrific definitely never cover. Because i can't yeah children's stuff like that but again i am going to link washington post article. It goes like very into detail and it was interesting to read about. Okay heartbreaking but interesting. Wow i'll never heard about. Neither had i but that was what john henry. Browne was referencing and he was like. This isn't the first time wenatchee has pointed out people that are different because a lot of the people that were pointed out in that case were like illiterate people they were poor people. They had some kind of unique thing They were kind of like the outskirts. Yeah people like the oddballs quoting so. Many americans experienced.
"wenatchee" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Radiate the magnetic field into space, So it's a very, very efficient system for transferring energy. The Wenatchee buses recharge throughout the day, a few minutes at a time at bus stops during a driver's rest breaks. So the bus pulls up to a special bus stop that has special equipment buried in the pavement. That's correct. Is it okay for people to be on the bus while it's charging? Absolutely yes. One more. Maybe, maybe silly question. But I'm wondering if I was sitting on the bus with my smartphone. Could I get a free charge? No, you couldn't. It's the wrong frequency is basically the same technology. Is there some fundamental difference Other than just the size? It's basically the same technology. This is just 100,000 times more powerful. Bus driver Laurie Barnes says charging is easy, just parked the bus on the right spot, and it charges automatically. They are very quiet. Good for the environment. Do not smell like diesel, and I just enjoy them. Your customers ever even know what's kind of bust their honor they ever comment on them. Oh, yes, they know for sure immediately because they're so quiet. You can actually drive up to a guest at a bus stop, and they sometimes don't even know you're there, so you'll surprise somebody with a big bus? Yes. The big Quiet buses haven't always worked so well as an early adopter. Wenatchee has suffered through lots of glitches. Its first generation buses a decade ago, had to be recharged every half hour. Transit system, boss Richard Dirac says later. Buses have had problems too. We had problems when it got cold and we had problems. It was hot. They just did not work for our environment when it got below freezing buses could only drive half as far the lithium batteries wouldn't charge at all on hot summer days. So they added a battery heater for winter conditions and a cooling system so batteries could charge up on.
"wenatchee" Discussed on The Red Box Politics Podcast
"Kind of just looks really really smart but In this poll nearly four and five said that the trump slow should be number ten in the next three years and basically there is clearly anyone else. i think that's the main thing he's had a good pandemic because he's given away all money but it's gonna get tougher for him. It is going to get tougher. when follow. Finally complete stutters to hold an taxes. Have to rise or when spending cuts to buy and all of that so i think it's you know it's it is hard but yeah there is a sense that boris is sort of a bit flee flee blown is that the term just a bit tired and a bit loose run. I've seen. I think john the struck me about this. Poll is it goes through. What did you think about The two of them boston's she always only wins on one category of charismatic. Thirty five percents. They both cows twenty seven percent which is a whole load of other things. We she soon. He's competent intelligent trustworthy. He's got vision. Leadership compassionate authentic shares. My values appointee. I didn't even know anything about what she soon. People just projecting things onto a man who looks very small but really know anything about him always politics. Well yeah i mean. In fact somebody says he's got the best policies on the economy. Dna chest four in faz and currently forty four senate people's really seeing to have the best policies in foreign affairs competitive. I mean i lack in politics Is my time to i. Anything about received some foreign fads. And so how. These people have an opinion on that. But and there's quite a few funny questions i mean. Hey wenatchee law the little cough. Dinner for boris johnson. You be happy for your wife to dine with not wishy seeing well so then burst paths. No surprise i think the timing on. When do we get boys. Don't standard down a lot of that will depend on when his boss don't have enough of. He decided at some point in the next couple of years. The things hang on a minute you know stocking downing street with unlimited salary you know i want to go and make big bucks. Go into something different. We know the so much more money before with columns etcetera. So i think possibly he made might decide at some point. He doesn't want to carry on. But the other thing will be whether tori mp thing him already sooner or perhaps another person we best place to win the seats in the next election. We know that toy. Mp's quite ruthless. And i think at the moment you know. It's quite difficult to tell what will happen in a couple of years and how people's opinions might change. Because then she say people that no loads about him at the moment pump. He's quite polish and he spent a lot of money on furlough in the next couple of months of me. Start to see talking about how we're going to pay for this changes in taxes. I think people might change their mind. Y'all was quite stopped by Who would you trust to fix of wobbly shelf. Wider forty four percents of people. Think that wishy sooner could fix a wobbly shelf. Maybe that's a contest which is set up Wobbly shelves and see see if she's sitting up pretty common and who would you trust to look after your dog boy. Shorts in twenty percent wishy soon thirties. You talk. he's literally got dog. Although we could fix. I reckon. I could actually fix an actual wobbly chelsea. I'm just thinking it through. You could get a screwdriver and you could just tightening up. Why assimilate what we need to see in the next. You know the the tv debates the next election. Get all of the like shutting out your Sound parts what we need is like practical tasks whether it's the krypton factor there to look after a dog. They have to fix a wobbly shelf and have dinner with your wife without hitting on this is this is the test that we really talking of talking of nights. Now we've been asking all morning for people to send in their worst nights out. If either of you got worse out you want to john. I've just one. Actually what am i that was saying. I thought i was going to be cancelled. Because i thought we were talking about your west. I as you very clear. Let me do the one. That i think we're talking about justification another we thinking about the till we party called for this world a When you and i may have had a glass of champagne and all the way to dinner we Go to politician for this winter. We a politician for dinner and we sort of had to close like a big roundabout over not knowing clamber up some steps that i'd only fellow ver and really hit Those stinging we went to dinner. I think as self medicated with red water shouting at the competent and then had to take myself away and they will just defy. Voca my arm. So that was yeah. That's pretty bad and i'm holding. You would talk show. That's kind of oversight anything plus we speaking of so. I'm sure i can think of others gel. But i'll do. I'll do you want to share your worst out. well i i was gonna share the millennium. Do you remember the millennium. New year's eve was just the worst getting lost in the middle of hyde park but really lost and then all the gates was shocked and it was pitch that that actually got much worse one. Which was i was about. fourteen. And i'd said i was going to friends but i wasn't. I was going clubbing. And i came back about three in the morning and my parents had locked the door. Double lock the door. And so i had to clamber had to break into that broken down car in the street in mornington question to break in and spend this fleas night lying on the back seats there was no blanket or anything and i lay on the back seat in this broken into call just to wait until daylight would come. Because i didn't knock them up. You know they wouldn't have answered the door and it was just a nightmare never been. I've never been so cold in my.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"Common News Coming up on Como a lot of local families about to get extra money in their bank accounts on Charlie Harder with the story first at one of four Koma traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center, and here's Marina Rock injure. No, We do have this issue that's becoming a little bit of a thing North. Beyond 405. There is a disabled vehicle blocking in the H O V lane. Right near 167. So that's why it's slow coming through to Kuala. But it's also slow, northbound 167 approaching 405 from 1/80 south and I five some sluggish slowdowns from the North Gate area down through the U District, And it's tough in Tacoma, North 25 from all about Highway 7705 up towards the Puyallup River. There's like a traffic sponsored by Tulalip Resort Casino. The Sun's out the funds out this July to Leila Resort Casino. Pack your bags for guaranteed summer cash up to 10,000 bucks. Details at Tulalip casino dot com. Your next chemo traffic at 1 14. The couple forecast sunny and warm. Eventually, I'll let Kristin Clark explain counting our atmospheric blessings today because there are numerous wildfires burning across the eastern half of the state, all east of the Cascades. That's sending a lot of smoke into the atmosphere, but fortunately for us, we have that westerly flow off the ocean. That's helping to keep any bit of that wildfire smoke well east of Puget Sound, and that will be the trend going forward the next few days that cleansing ocean breeze, bringing in the morning clouds each day this weekend. Eventually followed by showers on Friday. Yes, light rain and pockets of Jerusalem potentially greeting us on Friday day that we could spend the afternoon in the sixties. Those showers wrap up early Saturday. Gradual clearing, and also warming trend continues this weekend with high as well into the seventies and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristin Clark. Clouds are beginning to clear around Seattle outside our studio windows. We're seeing some blue sky in 63 degrees. But for the firefighters in central Washington right now in Wenatchee, it's 91 degrees. An arrest has been made following another rock throwing incident along as Seattle Freeway. The Washington State Patrol says that at least five vehicles were damaged. Just last night when someone threw debris on the road in the area of I 90 and rain here. This is very close to where.
Western Wildfires Are Outpacing Last Year's Record
"Red Apple wildfire near Wenatchee prompted evacuations overnight people in 200 homes Told to flee ahead of the 1000 acre fire. This comes as the state raises its wildfire prep level to its highest mark more on that from Cairo, seven TVs Lauren Donovan, seven large fires and small brush fires have been popping up all over western Washington. We are closing in on a full month without rain, and we make it a little bit of Sprinkles on Thursday night and Friday morning in written forced evacuations and looking toward Snohomish County. We saw fire along I five south than ever it yesterday to further North a portion Of the North Cascades Highway had to close so that crews could battle wildfires now in the west of the state. Fires have already burned more acreage than this time last year, which was a record fire season. The
"wenatchee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"S Capitol grounds January six should be terminated. Not so fast, says the head of the police union, Mike Solan, tells Cairo radio story months in the investigation by the office of Police. Accountability has some holes in it. So out of respect for Opa, I'm not going to really get into what we're missing. But I can tell you that the case file is woefully incomplete. Cairo RADIOS Hannah Scott sorts out exactly what local and federal investigators found the OPR investigation focus solely on whether the officers broke any laws are violated. SPD policy two of the six officers Were found to have done both by standing in a restricted area next to the Capitol building. Opa director Andrew Meyer Berg says their claims of not knowing they were in a restricted area and that they saw no illegal activity didn't hold up. Investigators say two other officers who just participated in a Trump rally should not be fired. The probe into a third cop was inconclusive. In Tacoma. Investigators sell Cairo seven TV A fire at a recycling facility was sparked by a car. Battery that ignited combustibles in a scrap pile. You might have seen the smoke from this yesterday. It forced people in the area to shut their doors and windows. It was so bad. The assault and fire continues to burn in southeast Washington, and it's not the only active fire. This started Wednesday and has already burned at least 25,000 acres. Then you have the Batterman Road fire near Wenatchee. They have this 80% contained. But this fire has also burned a lot of acreage. 14,000 and counting. The Andrews fire near Shane E. In Spokane County is now 55% contained Cairo seven TVs Matthew Smith with the update their copper radios Nicole Jennings, now with more, the state Fire.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"Tough there. Thanks for staring us around it all That's marina and let's go over to Kristen now for the latest on the weather situation from the comma Weather Center. We have broken out into sunshine a little bit sooner today compared to you Yesterday, and that's going to result in a warmer afternoon with high speaking in the low to mid eighties across Puget Sound Cooler conditions are on the way for the middle of the week. Wednesday Thursday daytime highs low seventies for much more comfortable feel, and this is all with a weak wave of low pressure passing over Washington state that may spark a few light Sprinkles and passing showers early Wednesday. Especially along the Pacific Coast, Cascade Mountains and areas of eastern Washington. But dry weather pretty much stays with us the rest of this week before you know, it went back into the eighties for the upcoming weekend in the Weather Center meteorologist Kristin Clark to look at the space needle. Now Still a lot of folks coming in tourists to Seattle center and enjoying 75 under sunny skies downtown. You're in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news on Como at 307. Of fire sparked Sunday in Douglas County blew up Monday afternoon and swift winds and high temperatures. The Batterman Road fire near East Wenatchee is estimated nearly 8000 acres in size. Heather Apple Hoff is a fire information officer on the Batterman Road fire near East Wenatchee, where resources are arriving to help from all across the state. 36 engines. Four dozers. Six water tenders and a total of 228 people on the fire. Working approximately 80 homes were under evacuation, order or threat as of Monday, the terrain in some parts where the fires burning is too dangerous for Cruz.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Wenatchee, has consumed at least 1000 acres of sage and grasslands. That was by last night. Fire officials there are warning that the blaze is still growing and threatening homes, infrastructure and farmland. The Batterman fire started around just before three yesterday afternoon and by 3 30 State Patrol said that they had authorized fire officials to mobilize and help local firefighters from Douglas County. There's also some evacuations underway in the area. Downtown Seattle businesses are calling for help against a surge of crime. The downtown Seattle Association is working to revitalize the area, spending more than $3 million on enhanced cleaning, homeless outreach, art community events, even allocating 150 grand to increased police presence. Still, even DSA is calling for more. In a statement to Cairo, seven, they say, quote our businesses that have managed to stay open through the pandemic can't afford the additional burden of the persistent shoplifting. Our city and county leaders need to figure out how to solve what has become a costly and common concern. For far too many businesses in Cairo seven TVs L. Thomas reporting. It was a deadly crash on the Aurora Bridge yesterday afternoon involving a pedestrian and a King County metro bus traffic had to be rerouted into the South bound lanes of the bridge, with just one lane moving in each direction. That's according to the Seattle Times. Seattle Police are investigating. And it's the end of an era at Amazon. Today as Jeff Bas Oh steps down as CEO. What's next July, 5th happens to be the same day Amazon was incorporated back in 94. The company helped Bezoza become one of the richest people in the world. At 57 years.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Low lands. It's a different story for the mountains, and it looks like the central Cascades. Including the passes could see anywhere from an additional 15 to 25 inches by Tuesday evening. That's meteorologist Carly Covert chick with the National Weather Service. She says they've issued a winter storm warning until six o'clock tomorrow night. The number of new cases of covert 19 reported in Washington continues to drop on Saturday, the Health Department reported. Just under 900 new cases we've been averaging less than 1000 per day this past week a month ago, it was rare to see a tally under 1000. The one million dose of the covert vaccine was given in Washington last week. Recipient was a 90 year old woman, Ruby, who lives in Wenatchee. Legal proceedings are underway against a Seattle firefighter accused of using a coworker's email to send death threats to a city council member Cairo RADIOS Hannah Scott Gandhi Princess was arrested for a series of felonies, including computer trespass, identity theft and cyberstalking for allegedly sending death threats to city Council members. Shamas want on a city computer sergeant Randy Huse trick with Seattle police through some interviews and other information that a company that actually lead us to someone other than the purse. And who the email account belong to that someone who worked alongside this person Deputies. NPR's county are being hailed as heroes for saving an 83 year old woman from the snowstorm on Saturday. Cairo seven TVs Matthew Smith has the story out of Puyallup. The woman had gone outside to feed her horses. That's when she fell into a fence and couldn't get out. When her daughters didn't hear from her. They quickly called 9 to 1. Here's where it gets interesting. The deputies got the woman inside, They warmed her up. Then they fed her horses for and also repair defense. Checking on your Cairo forecast. Now rain will increase heading into the evening will have lows in the high thirties and tomorrow more rain with highs in the mid forties. Right now it's 44 degrees with some light rain showers in downtown Seattle. I'm really Katie for breaking news highlights, podcasts and more download the Cairo radio at Cairo radio appear for what's next. Hmm. You gotta give me Oh, President's Day. I cannot remember this is Is it President Fair George Washington's birthday. I'm so confused. I didn't know I was supposed to run out by a mattress. What is it? Jack Sign President's Day.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"Because every one of these vaccinations is potentially saving life that's like 700 lives a day under this bar that we could be saving because of the work these folks were doing and I'm very appreciative. There are other state run sites and Wenatchee. The tri cities in Spokane and individual counties are also setting up sites as well. Charlie Harder Come, O'Neill's group of moderate congressional Democrats is floating the idea of a budget maneuver to pass covert relief process is called reconciliation, and it would allow Demag France to bypass any Republican filibuster in the Senate. The trick is that reconciliation can only be used for budget bills, and the Senate parliamentarian could declare any such bill out of order. New Democratic Coalition Caucus chair Susan Del Bene says they want to use it to pass automatic adjustments to relief funding. So workers and businesses aren't constantly having to wait for Congress to pass a new bill, then very frustrating to see the kind of long term gap between providing resources to folks. None of Washington's three congressional Republicans has Responded to our request for comment. Jeff Pooja, look come on news people experiencing a mental health crisis would have a new hotline so they could get professional help. Come was Ryan Harris is more about the new bill from State lawmakers Bill calls for implementation of the new federally designated 988 crisis call system and for regional crisis hotline centers that can meet certain standards, including rapid response to be designated as part of the system. Abraham Dairy who lost his wife, Holly to suicide in the fall, says this would be a game changer compared to the police response to her final call to 911 the stature to stretcher. They took her to the hospital, where she sat in a room alone. After telling the police that she was going to kill herself upon release after telling the hospital that she had the plan That means she was still discharged. People who run behavioral health administrative services organizations say it could be more expensive, so they asked lawmakers to consider bolstering systems that have been working for decades. The system would be paid for by a new tax on cellular and Internet phone service. Ryan Harris. Come Oh, news, and that brings the come on news. Time to 5. 34 Comeau Traffic.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"Line running coolest we head into Thursday and Friday and occasionally we're going to see a little bit of shower action around here as well. So overnight. Tonight we drop into the thirties. We see the occasional scattered showers. Maybe some Sleater some wet snow in the mix. Attempts tomorrow back into the mid to the upper forties. Few scattered showers. A few sun breaks to mid forties around to coma back into the mid forties as well through Arlington, Northwest Interior Oak Harbor at 45 42 for those of you across the border and Victoria And occasional scattered showers all the way up to the ocean beaches, But we're gonna pepper and plenty of sun breaks in the mix for you as well. Now in eastern Washington. Lovely snow on the ground last night and lasting through the day today, Wenatchee it a little bit more sun in the works for you. By tomorrow afternoon, she landed 36 but the tri cities thawing out your back into the upper forties and Pascoe in Kennewick. So bottom line. Isolated showers. Average highs Upper forties So we're reading a smidge cool, but not a big deal. That's the final weekend of January, right? They're hard to believe it. But here it comes both Saturday and Sunday looking dampen times and scattered showers for ground hog day on Tuesday as well. All right, thanks, Shannon. 11. Some drivers stranded in a snowstorm in Oregon ended up getting vaccinated for covert 19. So here's what happened. Group health care workers coming home from a vaccine clinic for among the stranded drivers. The workers actually have six doses left over didn't want them to go to waste, so they offered them to the others stuck in the snow. They ended up giving all six shots. They even had an ambulance nearby in case anyone experienced an adverse reaction. While the W Shoo men's and women's teams both go for wins tonight in the college hardwood injured kill Nick might be one of the Mariners best young players whose thoughts on if we should see him in the big leagues this season. Sports is next. How does your city fair when it comes to health challenges like heart disease or diabetes? Tomorrow morning,.
"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO
"To save money, but the water was corrosive and caused an outbreak of Legionnaire's disease that killed several people. Snyder has taken full responsibility for the crisis. It's a weather worn day, and the storm is turning up some huge waves along the coast. Look at this. This is video from Westport. Today You can see two people getting hit by this wall of water. There it is there. Okay, but a good reminder tonight of how powerful That water can be all right. Let's check back in with meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell a lot of rainfall tonight and really hammering the snow pack up there in the casting. We had so much snow last night at this time, remember just feet. And now it's becoming waterlogged. Unfortunately, tonight I think you're gonna like the news around the corner, so don't worry too much. But, yeah, all that rain plus the melting snow contributing to our flooding. By the time this latest batch of precipitation has done with us, it will have added up another 1 to 4 inches of rain in the gauges. The heavier into that spectrum over the Cascades and over the Olympics. Yeah, you said it the snow level way up there. 68,000 ft for reference Stevens and white passes blew it to her roughly at 4000 ft so well above that. And now on top of it all, as we've talked about the wind is howling. The ground is saturated. We have loads of pear wedges already charged the devices. If you have Ah, power at the moment, you'll probably be glad you did. Conceit. Wind advisories been issued by the weather Service for most of us in the Puget Sound lowlands all the way up to the coastline to wins, and they're going to change direction, and I've had a lot of questions about that first suddenly and then coming in westerly, especially through the strait would be island tomorrow morning. But the whole round will bring us these guests between 30 and 60 MPH easily leading to the down trees in the power outages and case in point. Look it averaging. It is verified. They're right near 60 MPH and gusts around Bellingham, upwards of 40 to 50 already Well, this is a stormy night, isn't it? Over downtown Seattle. You can see the tower cam shaking around and the rain continuing just to pour down for a second night in a row, and it's still 57 degrees. That's what's ruined the snow pack up there for a little while anyway, and is yank that snow level up so high and a rapidly falling barometers. This big area of low pressure blows over the top of us tonight. You can see the rain moving through. There's some good news. There's the back side of this final round, so the end is near. But it's getting soaked out there again. Tonight. It's all pretty light to moderate rain. It's just so persistent. But if we have to pick out a couple of spots, you can see that just north of Tacoma. It's coming down a little bit heavier there right over commencement bay to the tune of about a third of an inch an hour, But all of us pretty darn soggy and then up in the Cascades. Can you find the snow? It shows up in the blue shades. Not very much of it tonight, right? It's full on rainfall and, in fact heavy rain at that, and that has led to that western Washington wide flood watch urban flooding really impacting most of us not so much the river flooding, although as we spoke about that's an issue. Now look at this. The rapidly changing temperatures. This is a powerful cold front forks down to 46. Here comes the cool down. We're still nearly 60 up and down the I five quarter that is impressive. So here's the future cast. It shows you this next weather maker, the howling winds now the pouring rain Now it moves through quickly by two o'clock in the morning, the snow level comes slamming back down to about past level. So this is a sign of just how powerful this is. Remember. I told you the winds going to change direction. Look at the westerly winds howling as we dry out by morning so straight at one of yuca and guilty and lift the San Juans. You're still in for a while The rest of us start to settle down. And then you join in on settling down as we head into Wednesday afternoon, But we've got a ways to go right over night wet and gusty. Tomorrow we'll see the sunshine believe it or not in high temperatures back into the forties, where they belong this time of year that gusty wind is gonna last a little bit longer for you and the straightened back into Bellingham because it's coming in through the West. Same for the ocean beaches still windy tomorrow, even though it brightens up. Eastern Washington. Urine on the windows well when advisory for much of the eastern half of the state Castillo wins Also Wenatchee clearly 11 11 worth 2 30 to 50 MPH. So the weather warrant it goes on, but finally, things settled down tomorrow We cool down. Preston, In fact, asked about the snowpack start snowing again over the ski resorts tomorrow, so.
"wenatchee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Watch the play and and loved loved his game and and, uh, Way went over to the Springhill Suites and Wenatchee. You and your mom and dad and I had had a had a good talk in a few days later he committed and that was a happy day. That was a happy day for me. Um, Yeah, that was a happy day. I was a happy day, too, as a happy moment when you snipe that goal and to make it 1 to 12, but, uh, no great to have him aboard and Like I said, he's a guy that's always had an interest in the academy. And it's fun for me. And, you know, not all of our guys grow up, you know, wanting to play at Air Force or having an interest in air force. We have to go on. And kind of educate him on things, and and he's always kind of had an interest. I his father served, and and so there was. There was an interest there that we passed on to his son and and like. It's fun when things work out and And player evolves becomes good enough player, good enough student that type of thing and and you know, sometimes dreams do come true, And it is great when there's a happy ending to a story like that. We've had a few guys like that in recent years, when actually you played 43 games. Looking at some of the numbers here. 19 goals. 18 assists 37 points a season ago. Eight power plays and three short handed goals. Tell us a little bit being about your family and growing up and you know of youth hockey and heading out to Wenatchee and your journey as a youth player. And, uh, to the Air Force Academy talk a little bit about your father and his in his background, his service background share, So I grew up like I was saying in Northern California just started out of the little rink out there and After progress, my great for guess progress my game and went on and played in San Jose. And from there, I went to Chicago. From Chicago. I went and played a bit in my not and then all we went to that Robertson Cup from there, I headed out to Wenatchee and had two pretty successful teams and seasons there. Great group of guys then ended up coming having the opportunity come and commit to the academy and couldn't be happier. And then they talked to my dad service. Here's Ah, enlisted in the Navy for four years. He was served aboard the USS independence and good thing. Navy doesn't have a hockey team and I got him. I told you that. That's what I told. Bh dad, too. I said to you. He said he was in the Navy. I said, You know what you know. Someday they'll build have hockey when they figure out how to freeze that water. You know what? Go. Go ahead. Go ahead with your dad. Wonderful man. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, So then he's both my parents and brother supported me throughout the years and Gonna granted me this opportunity to be here today. So for forever thankful for that So you you air Force was on your radar a little bit. Yeah. I always wantedto one to serve kind of follow my father's footsteps and get a great education and played division. One hockey. So how could I turn it down? You know? Yeah. Sorted. Borghi contact you first. How did that happen? Yeah, I think way back in the day and then, like Frank was saying me. We stayed in touch over the years and You know, I got my grades up and obviously kept progressing my game forward and was pretty excited when they wanted to have me. Frank mentioned you gotta motor. You've got a good motor, which what kind of style? How would you describe your style of hockey? Yeah, I like to play out 200 ft game. Grady and not the biggest guy in the ice. But I have a big heart and Like T O play every shift like it's my last and make the most of each opportunity I'm given Else about the goal. You scored yesterday. Yeah, it was. It was a good lie angle after looking at it. God made a really good, strong play kept the puck alive and then be Kay Brannan Cook went down the down the side. I think I might have got a shot blocked and I was able to kind of pick up the rebound and Fired home. Just do it didn't one knows you don't think about you right? Right instead. Exactly. Exactly. Instinct. Tell you what he put in the right spot low on the stick side of that goaltender, And and they their goalie, one that won that game form. Well, if you call it a shoot out when it was a tie technically, but he wanted With his play during the course of the game and then and in that shoot out. He was also good, but that was we had a deal. You guys on the bench, or were you on the ice? A bit on the ice with them? You're on the ice, Jake. Oh, yeah. At from the bench. We had a perfect angle at it like I was right there inside and you snap a slight that baby and you did it with that with a hand and a half talk a little bit about What you've had to go through the last month and a half. You weren't in our lineup to start out with and talk a little bit about what you've gone through. Yeah, I got some friendly fire and practice got hit with a puck. There's been a lot of that going on. Hello friendly fire but broke up finger. What? Not and just been healing. It came back. Tape it up. Slow hander your high hat. My lower hand did the same thing to my other hand last year on my top hand, but Yeah, Been here on it, and it's been great work with Marsha and the doctors. They been able to get me back early, So it's been nice feels pretty good now, though. Yeah, He's good as it's gonna feel and foreign half five weeks. Well, you don't know you don't miss What, you You know what you don't know. But how would you explain? You know the journey in school from from basic training up until you got to go home for Christmas? How did you You know, you know you got you got a pretty good attitude. You've got a glass A glass is half full type of mentality Always come in. You always seem to be positive. How was all that with? You know it's basics. A bit of Ah, wake up, Call you You get in there and I go. Why? What's going on? But You know you got you got through that, and then you start the academic year. Obviously us freshmen having been in school for at least 23 years, So that's a bit of a wake up call. But you know, we band together as a team and as a group of 10, freshmen and Kind of figure out what we need to do to succeed in the classroom and on the ice and figure out the military living and things like that. So it's Ah, It's been a bit of an adoption period. But you know, going into the second semester. We're feeling pretty confident. Myself feeling confident and ready to attack the academics and obviously have a great second half and has been kind of a start and stop for you. You played against a I see right the first serious and then then you got hurt. And you missed Robert Morris. You didn't play. Did you play against the U. S national team play those games soaked? You're back in action this week. Second action happening back. What's what's the adjustment to hockey been like You know? Like in junior hockey, you don't you don't get up it, say 6 30 every morning and do your military then had the class. I mean, it's a little bit different. So having that here and then having the energy tow hop on the ice in the afternoon each day Monday through Fridays. Definitely a bit of an adjustment and obviously college hockey's next step, but I feel like Ah, I feel like the adjustment periods been decent, and I want to keep improving each game with the way the team bounced back after Sunday's loss here to Niagara, too. Play. Should have won that game yesterday. You feeling a little different vibe?.
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"Welcome back for those just joining us we had an earthquake overnight he just before three AM so we are in some early coverage for you bill still from the university of Washington seismology lab is joining us now live on the phone and bill what you know so far what is the size allowed tracking there this morning well about two fifty one AM we had a magnitude four point six earthquake that occurred to him your average Marysville and it was mid crustal about two twenty two point three kilometers and it was felt everywhere from Vancouver BC down to Olympia Washington this is far away actually shocked about and with that she on the east side so it was felt pretty strongly in the strongest intensity it is about intensity five that was experienced more hold and bill so far we have had at least two after shocks can we expect more this morning there will be more in fact we're in the process of processing some of those smaller one so there's a bit of catching up to do after an earthquake like this would be smaller to process them but their we're working on that you'll see those through the night and all four point six what level of damage does that cause or what can people expect to see around their house what do we need to know about that that number well when you get up around them and live five modified Mercalli scale of five you experience moderate shaking I mean but certainly you definitely know things are shaking something that might be teetering on a shelf life fall over but we wouldn't expect a structural damage really when you get up around the intensity seven MM you seven you start seeing some structural damage to the weaker structures in bill you talked about the depth of this earthquake in a lot of people talk about in the squalid cake that quake back in two thousand one was about one thirty miles deep and that caused damage just kind of talk about what is the importance of the depth of the earthquake in and how much we feel it what what what how does that play a role in in an earthquake it's a great question when you get down in the deeper in the crust of the energy doesn't dissipate rapidly when it's down deep but when you get up near the surface the the they're more faults and cracks in the credits that will kind of break up it dissipates some of the energy so it doesn't travel as far let's why we we we see from British Columbia you know all the way down it will it be out to win actually people feeling this earthquake in part because it was a little bit deeper if it was shallower he would feel it more intensely where you're standing near the fall but we wouldn't spread out as far and bill and I hope that does that does is this could be a sign of things to calm I know we always talk about it's not a matter of if but yeah right and well you know we've been very lucky we haven't had magnitude five earthquakes for a number of years she made definitely each of that size and larger our in our future there is a very small chance and it's a very small one but that when you have an earthquake sequence like this going on that you may end up triggering a larger earthquake and then this magnitude four six becomes a four shot to that larger he planned but that's a pretty rare occurrence but it does happen okay thank you very much bill still join in this early this morning from the Pacific cut the northwest a seismic network once again a four point six earthquake hitting around two fifty one this morning centered around the three lakes area started as a four point seven on a four point four and then once again upgraded back up to four point six so for a couple of aftershocks and bill telling us in warning us that expected feel more after shocks coming this morning yeah and really being felt all over from Vancouver BC to Olympia Washington that all the way east even to yeah come on and not Wenatchee area so really a wide ranging feel of this earthquake but you know what the bill also mention that when it comes to intensity you know we'll see some shaking it maybe a few things falling over at that level five intensity but it's really not so intensely seven when things start causing major problems with structural damage the definitely jolting a lot of people up this morning good morning to be prepared because once again they say it's not there but when the big
Idiocracy and Wenatchee Washington and what they have in common
"What the the winner of this week's idiosyncrasy award goes to my hometown of Wenatchee Washington for bringing a part of the movie into. To the real world. If you haven't seen idiot Krissy even though I call it the scariest horror movie of all time. What Kapadia has it listed as a two thousand six American science fiction, comedy film, directed by Mike judge and starring Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph index shepherd. The film tells the story of two people who take part in a top secret military human hibernation experiment only to a week in five hundred years later in a dystopia and society where anti intellectualism and commercialism have run rampant and which is devoid of intellectual curiosities, social responsibility, and coherent notions of Justice and human rights, which is why I call it the scariest horror movie of all times because we're not supposed to see things from a five hundred year mythical future where mankind has evolved in real life. This was an outlandish movie that at the time could never become a reality, but twelve years later. Ter- and we see things almost daily that could have been ripped straight out of this movie like this. In one scene, they showed the outside of a hospital where the site inch was just not thought out properly. Let alone the name, something that obviously could never happen in a real life scenario. Right? Oh, no, my friends, you would be mistaken when actually Washington, just unveiled this new sign to the public one that thousands will see every day as they travel the George seller bridge on their way to win at Aki and that I'm sure not one not two, but at the very least three people would have had to have looked at and said, Yep, that looks good to me. Now it's not all the city's fault as they outsource the work to Lynnwood company called trans blue. Why they went with a company out there with such horrible reviews is anyone's guess. It should make me giggle because like the movie that even ran. Out a room at the end and had to curve the word down, but it just makes me sad for the future of humanity. This movie was supposed to be comedy, not a documentary of the future, please society I beg of you. Let this be the last thing out of this movie that appears in real life or else before, you know, it will have president Camacho in the White
Meghan Markle 'Has Wanted Children for a Long Time': 'It Will Happen,' Her Dad Says
"At ten thirty four pretty simple forecast sunny and hot eightyfive today tomorrow and wednesday upper eighties and maybe nineties in some spots right now eastern washington starting to warm up a we also got some clouds over there seventy one and partly sunny in wenatchee right now bremerton sunshine seventy five already seventythree and fair in port townsend downtown seattle sitting at seventy five and sunny at ten twenty five in the morning that's a pretty quick heat up as we normally go at this time of the year look at britain's royal family be getting a new member soon here's abc's adrian banker fatherly love overnight meghan markle's dad reveals the royal couple could be ready for a baby she's wanted children for a long time when she met harry and she's how much there's got to be a child in making somewhere in an exclusive interview with good morning britain thomas markle speaks out for the first time since the royal wedding opening up about how the intercontinental romance unfolded from his perspective for phone calls were avenue boyfriend and then the next call was like he's british and eventually turn around like he's a prince he says he was hardly fazed by his son in laws royal status he says they even discussed her politics i was complaining i didn't like donald trump he said gives donald trump a chance i sort of disagreed with that when it came time for prince harry to ask for megan's hand he was protective i said your gentleman never raise your hand against my daughter and of course i give you my thomas says he missed his daughter's wedding to have emergency heart surgery and admits that cooperating with the 'paparazzi in this series of photos was a serious mistake adding it's hard to take back he also confessed to being jealous of prince charles walking his daughter down the aisle but says about the future king i wish it was me but thank god he was there and i thank him for that adding that even if he couldn't be there he knew his daughter was right where she belongs my daughter's today she was more and thomas also relates his admiration for the queen saying i think she's one of the most incredible women in the world and i would love to meet her no comment yet from the palestinian bbc's adrian baker reporting komo news time ten twenty seven abc entertainment news here's christopher watson incredible to.
Linden, Vancouver and Washington discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"Trends transition tomorrow so here's what's going to happen in the areas where you live i think for most of you you'll be somewhere in the mid to upper sixties with this now there will be some clouds around there will be some lingering showers but as i say we're just sort of beginning the first steps of carrying us into the weekend and getting more and more sunshine so you get an idea of what's happening in the northbound areas hello friday harbor and linden in vancouver all about sixty four sixty five degrees to the south to the west of the law and the coast we've got high temperatures right around sixty there and inland well you know it's that time of year when eastern washington gets the warmth then we get the clouds so there you have it it just pick your spot and you'll find some sunshine in eastern washington temperatures as high as eighty degrees up in the mountains got six thousand feet on the snow level afternoon pass temperatures will be in the upper forties going to go to seventy three and seventy four and wenatchee so it looks good along the foothills on the other side too so here's what we've got for you tonight the overnight low temperatures are going to drop down to around fifty fifty one degrees we'll continue to see some showers and they will be around on again off again throughout much of your day and then after that we start changing things fewer showers we bring on some sunshine tomorrow's high right around sixty nine degrees i'll be back in a little bit we'll talk more about this change coming for the weekend and oh the dads will be jumping up and down and everybody else to all right stick around back and check this out of massive dust storm is causing some problems from nasr's mission on mars the opportunity rover lasts sent the transmission on sunday it's powered by sunlight and the dust is blocking the rays signed to say it should power backup once the storm clears the dust storm covers almost a quarter of the red planet nineteen if you're looking for an office with a view the space needle has some unique openings as long as you're okay with heights landmarks looking to hire dozens of workers to clean and maintain more than twenty thousand square feet of glass that was added during the recent renovation that includes the world's first revolving glass floor five hundred feet above ground some of.