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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"Vaccine continues to be very much in the news and the new study in the UK will test the effectiveness of mixing vaccines. Participants will be given one dose of the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine and one dose of Fizer by on tech. If this mix and match approach works, it could help to deliver more doses to more people. This after promising new research on the AstraZeneca vaccine, suggesting in addition offering protection from the virus. It may also slow transmission. Preliminary data showing the vaccine can reduce the spread of covert by 50 to 67% on early sign that vaccinated people are unlikely to infect others. That's a big reduction in the number of individuals in the community. It would be able to pass on to others. This study not yet peer reviewed, saying a single vaccine does can provide protection from the virus for three months, allowing longer time frames between doses. AstraZeneca's vaccine, one of the easiest to transport since it only requires standard refrigeration could be key in the vaccine rollout worldwide. But the FDA not expected to consider emergency use authorization until possibly March after they see the results from an ongoing clinical trial involving 30,000 people in the U. S. This. As Johnson and Johnson plans to submit its vaccine for authorization this week. You're submitting the results of a clinical trial in the course of this week, and then the FDA will take a few weeks and the course of February to review and hopefully will get to the emergency use authorization early March in that time frame, and now I'm in the growing threat of covert 19 variants spreading throughout the country. Experts warning that we're in a race against time to get vaccinations distributed two million's A B C's, with Johnson reporting. Six

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"wenatchee" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"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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"wenatchee" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

01:48 min | 8 months ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:14 min | 10 months ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"It wasn't a full Saturday afternoon in the Pacific Northwest, if you didn't have your radio tuned into Washington State Cougar football. And here, Bob Robertson's artful play by play Way already over the Balzac in your snap spot. After attending Western Washington College in Bellingham in 1955. Bob started his broadcast career calling Wenatchee Chiefs baseball in 1964. He became part of Ws use football crew. Left briefly between 1969 and 71 2 shockingly announced for the Washington Huskies, He returned to the pollution 1972 and started a remarkable crimson and great love affair. I've been with you a lot of a lot of years now, more than half a century, calling basketball football for the fans around the northwestern elsewhere around the country. And I'll enjoy every minute of it. It's been great. It's been great to be with you Cougars at your meetings and get togethers. While Bob Robertson was synonymous with Washington State University, he was equally at home with Seattle Sounders Soccer to Coma and Spokane baseball and all those state high school basketball games during our coma radio Husky tailgate shows. We often poked fun at the coup's right. Welcome back to early Friday. Cougar Happy hour show live from Sonny's Tavern in Wash. Took we're only a block away from the famous green elevator. Mr Robertson actually love the imitation and we would routinely have dueling Bob Rob roasts during Apple Cup Week. Bob Blackburn. Bob Rondo, Dave Niehaus, Rick Riz, Kevin Calabro. Thanks for being with Bob Robertson saying, Always be a good sport, Be a good sport. Always how blessed we have all been to hear the greats. I'm Bill Schwarz. Come on. Is your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on Comeau News. Now you're Komal Propel insurance Money Update. Technology shares tumbled for a third consecutive session, knocking the stock market for a big decline once again. Dow Jones Industrial Average skidded 632 points or two and a quarter percent. The S and P 500 dropped 95 or 2.8% and the tech heavy NASDAQ. Well, it plunged 465 points or 4.1%. Some of the major tech stocks Amazon and Facebook, both down more than 4%, Microsoft Down 5.4% and Apple slid 6.7%. That's your money now. Cheerier political insights from ABC News Senate Republicans are moving forward with a scaled back Corona virus stimulus bill. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled a roughly $300 billion economic relief plan and set the stage for a vote on the bill Thursday. All Americans know this unprecedented crisis. Is not through with the show. The GOP plan includes funding for small businesses and schools and additional federal unemployment insurance benefits. Notably absent is another round of $1200 stimulus checks. The bills unlikely to get any support from Democrats who say the economy needs trillions. Maurin economic aid. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called the GOP proposal emaciated, saying it's only intended to help Republican senators check the box on a vote. President Trump is defending his presidential campaign strategy amid reports it's running low on cash. Trump responded to a Bloomberg report that he's considering spending $100 million of his own money on the campaign in the 2016 primers that put up a lot of money. If I have to, I'll do it here, but We don't have to. And those your political insights I'm Elizabeth Chelsea ABC News President signs and order extending an offshore oil drilling moratorium from Florida to South Carolina. It's part of his campaign push to position himself as the candidate best for the environment. ABC is Andy Field has details the president's campaign rebranding Mr Trump is the nation's best ever environmental president. But it's true number one since Teddy Roosevelt, who would have thought Trump is the great environmentalist, But in fact, at least nine environmental groups have labeled the president the nation's worse for the environment, claiming his right Relation cuts have threatened climate, air water, public lands, wildlife and oceans. Andy Field ABC NEWS Washington Traffic.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

11:45 min | 1 year ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"The schools involved but it's not just about the fundraiser but it's also about the feeling of inclusion the community and how long is an event you said the next ones in Wenatchee right is it a weekend a week a day right our state games are a weekend we should kick off with no concern is on Friday night and we've got competitions all day on Saturday and Sunday we have tons of law enforcement come out and support us there as well to give out awards and not to volunteer all corners of the state come out to not only participate and compete as well as valid here is special Olympics every year here we have four state games a year thank you with every season year round we have more than a hundred eighty events that take place so we have a lot of sports competitions that take place on the regional level at a local level in the weeks leading up to each state one as I told you there's also varying abilities so when you have a sport like basketball you have the traditional team basketball but for the athletes that may not be able to play at a team level they also have individual skills so they can still be awarded medals for exceeding and pushing their boundaries of what they thought they could do and what others thought they could do they can work towards those and still continue to earn medals in skills events and what are the sports can you you possibly list them all well we have twenty four sports now we offer all year round but she Baleno bocce her sure thing to be a test yeah track and field swimming soccer flag football bowling alpine skiing cross country snowshoeing figure skating speed skating basketball gymnastics snowboarding and realistic imagery is roller skating one it's not well that's a lie I know it halfway there right it is so how do they choose what it's just like whatever they're good at is that how they decide what they want to compete in well this can actually they can be a four season athlete if they prefer what they like and they can whatever interests them they can join all I can tell you having moved here from the Midwest that win Spencer went to go play soccer for his first time here he realized that he did not like playing soccer in the rain let us know that very quickly and so he was a one done with the soccer but that was because of his voice the Special Olympics athletes are like everybody else they know what they enjoy doing which of answer team events and versus an individual event and which ones that they really want and brace and work harder because they have to go to practices that to train other work with their teammates their peers and some of them we even have unified events where they get to work with their peers through the schools or peers in the community and they compete together as a unified sport and unified in our discussion of this world means that you're competing with people with and without intellectual disabilities great weight for both sides really talk together can really see the team work that happens you know we've all seen these videos of the Special Olympics the very heart warming well you know I think that the motto Special Olympics which is let me win but if I cannot win let me brave in the attempt speaks not just to the athletes of Special Olympics but the spirit behind the polar plunge in the torch run and everything that we're trying to do in that the athletes absolutely want to when they want to perform their best but when they're doing their best job and this goes beyond just the sports aspect because there's also many health screenings to get done Kaiser Permanente is a partner of Special Olympics there are opportunities that the athletes of Special does get that they wouldn't have received if it wasn't for Special Olympics how did you end up working for Special Olympics I came in through the S. the USA game store here in twenty eighteen but I think I was inspired by friends who have children who are part of the program I saw health specialists give them confidence and how they really thrive in so it was very inspiring for me to want to go work for the organization I love it that you have that passion to because a lot of times when an organization get started then the people that started it move up to administrative and all the decision making and that's not where the passion is so I love it that people with passion are holding down all of these positions because I think it really matters what I think it's also fine in law enforcement when you talk about the torch run that a lot of people don't know about it and once they find out once you get that hook in place the metals on the athletes redo the torch run that's when you go and get your friends because a lot of times we just get busy with life and you don't realize that there's these opportunities are out there and so that's why we're trying to advocate for the special effects athletes and trying to do something to get the awareness out there it's easy to ask people for money but to let them be involved and be part of it is really a big deal and to have those kind of experience I think is really providing for your community as well well it's fun talking point because if you're gonna come out and do the polar plunge sure there's the commitment of jumping in the cold water one time but you're going in one time and being called for a few minutes but the smiles that you're putting on the athletes faces is gonna last a lifetime and you don't have to contribute all that money yourself it's very easy to go online and donate to go through social media but the awareness out there it's a fun talking point that's one of things that I love doing is going out and telling people what I do because of course you get the well that's crazy to go jump well that's what I said that's when you can talk to people about why you're doing it and once they get the why it's very easy as opposed to just trying to get seventy five dollars from one person to go get ten dollars from fifty people all it takes is coming out to one event whether it be the polar plunge or watching the opening family for one of our state games and I think it will be hot points you see as Mike said the smiles on the athletes faces and yeah they'll hook you in what is the opening ceremonies look like Marseille games is a big part of it is the parade of athletes no it's fanfare we usually have a nice gauntlet of law enforcement officers at welcoming the athletes and the big part of it is ringing in the torch will be lit the cauldron and we usually have proceeded as the law enforcement torch run which will make its way around the state will have a law enforcement officer or representative in it and an athlete bring in the torch together like the culture and how long does the opening of since last hour or so and then is there like a big reception and I'm not usually at Stevens the athletes to get the to get bad so they need to run this morning I've often heard people that have said they want to volunteer my times people say they don't follow through so I would in minus people to go to the website look at it go out to some of the plans I mean Anna court if you could spend the whole day there go do the plunge and is it a one time thing or is it one of those super ones know though this will be a single point where you can go out and dip in the water one time and then go back to what you're doing yes so you only have to muster your courage for one jump just the one time so how long have you been involved now well I've been doing the single points for eleven years and the super plunge in one form or another for nine years and what would you say is your biggest takeaway to the state it has to be the people between the other people who are going in and pointing with you in the athletes the people who care in their community the greatest thing out of anything just just got to be the people I've met along the journey there's a author Simon Sinek he says the way to win is to understand the why because the why is important and like you talk about doing it is a big event but the awareness and the community that you're building feels like the why I see your face when you're saying this and I can tell that this just gets your heart well I thought the first time that we did this my wife had formed a team and there were three on the team and I said that this is crazy there's no limit to what they were cutting ice off the top of the lake really you I snow so that's just why would any sane rational person want to go jump in frozen icy water but I wasn't going to do it without her so we had a team of four for our first year which the next year built a team of twenty five and then after my second year that I started doing the super points and that was a completely different mentality because you're going on repeatedly you have to raise a lot more money but it was a really difficult psychological just to sit there in over and over again continue jumping in the water and I wasn't much smaller group we only had about a dozen of us that did that super plunge so you became really connected with your other super plungers in those relationships that I still maintain now ended does everyone do it or do they they do three or four and then they jump in the chicken coop or how does hello everyone does it in fact I can say on one of my early super plunges there was a high school super plunger and didn't feel that she was going to be able to do it overnight and one of the other super plungers carried her on the the point is that she didn't feel that she could make it and she regained her strength and finished during the twenty four pointers wow so it is it's like the sport really it's you're going to reach other mmhm and are you lifelong friends with a lot of these people absolutely the friendships that's just like the friendships with the athletes and the other volunteers these are people that are you know share that common bond with and anytime that you go into something like jumping in the water when it's cold like that I think that that just kinda develops a kinship it's really great to go to events like the polar plunging you see the representatives from king county sheriff's office talking with Seattle PD talking with five PT and it's it's all one big brother and sisterhood to feel that happening well they're very involved with the torch run itself mmhm because the athletes are co carrying the torch with a law enforcement officer and so you'll see special effects athletes switching out as well as the law enforcement officer switching out and you'll also see when they go to events like the typical ops or the cop on top those are also athlete driven and so the athletes are there right along side the law enforcement officers yeah so their friends absolutely so if someone wants to get involved they can physically be involved right by volunteering they can donate and awareness ellipse schools no if you're working with the PTA or you're a teacher let the schools knows about cool schools right exactly and if your school doesn't already offer a unified program ask for it because we would love to go in and start a unified soccer team so that we can get students with and without intellectual disabilities playing together we called the inclusion revolution and I know it is apparent once again switching my hats back and forth right that's the thing that I absolutely love saying is you worry when you have a kid who's different from the other kids and you want to know are they going to be accepted and when you go to school and you see that he is treated just like any of the other kids that is just the greatest feeling to know that he truly is included in that we live in a place and time where people don't see the differences they they see the similarities yeah well we were I raise my kids on a small island and so everybody knew each other and that was really good for the kids with special needs because they all knew each other and they grew up together but I think maybe in a bigger setting it might be a little harder what do things that are different can be scary but if we're teaching that this is normal right in that we're not all like but the differences aren't something to be afraid of that this is something that we still champion and celebrate well I think that that is the the revolution that we're saying is that trend to embrace that instead of being afraid of it if you talk to any of the members of law enforcement that participate in the torch run of the points that they would tell you the same thing that the this gives them the opportunity and that they get more than they give not on purpose but just by the nature of the relationship you're building you become amazed at at the experience in the feeling of inclusion it's just an incredible experience in the word that comes to me is stressed that's what it is that where they just keeps coming to me through this whole interview is that your building a community of trust because we want people to trust our law enforcement you couldn't pick a better group to merge with for this one I think you also hit the other word which is.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

Jeather's Random Stuff

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on Jeather's Random Stuff

"I didn't do anything wrong. Thus the opposite of what you should do you should like except that this police officer is doing in his job. He's been trained to do the job. He's knows what he's doing and you don't argue with him if he tells you. You're doing something you're doing it. You admit that you were doing doing it and you apologize for it okay but i've done all that took it. Did you ever really short skirt on no well. Well there i go. I mean no but it's just kind of like the attitude. You have a lot of people just they get defensive and they're like you. Don't know what you're talking about i wasn't doing we know that asha absolute opposite of what you should do now. I've the only time i've ever been defensive so i know i said earlier. I've only been. I've been pulled over one time where i didn't get a ticket. It's actually twice who i just totally forgot about one yeah. I was so pissed in defensive out there to the point where i think i got out of my car to yell at this call. I think you've told me about all this one well yeah because it was a nissan angie where will almost east wenatchee on anti when you're turning around that bridge left go yeah and yeah <hes> and i didn't have to stop. There was a car one elaine stopped and the light turns green as i was approaching the light so is able to zip right through the light yeah yeah. The cop pulled me over because it said i was speeding around the corner first thing off when he pulled me over the first thing i did when i had my stuff i i had all my stuff registration license like i always do. He not me window before it even gets there yeah 'cause i don't need a mask or another drill and the first thing i asked. I need your badge number yeah because he's like <hes> yeah. Why do you need that was like because you pulled me over for. No reason and you have to have a reason tail light up. My headlights are all working. I wasn't speeding through through that corner. I didn't cut anybody off so you're in trouble with me because you have to have a reason to pull me over other than your quota for the month and something i don't think people know on here is my senior year. You had to pick a project and i chose to do it basically on cops. I did one hundred sixty hours of riding lawns. <hes> and i was convinced after this year. I was going to be a cop so i knew a lot of shit. You would be a good cop. Everyone says yes so <hes>. The cop was a little bit standoff by this asking for a badge. There were me explaining no reason to pull me. I ask source. He tried to tell me i was speed. No it looks like i was speeding because the car was stopped me going ten miles per hour. Look like slamming slamming that car. Yeah i mean i'm going to that car standing still and i'm going fifteen yeah. I'm gonna look like i'm going faster than them. I wasn't and i was like so. What was the other reason he's like well. I thought you cut him off. As how can i cut him off but they were standing still. Yeah can't cut him off so what else she got. He had nothing else like so. Basically basically you wanted to pull me over. Make sure i wasn't drunk wasn't on drugs and i had all my registration papers right which is illegal as hell because you have to have a reason to pull over hence the reason i want your badge number and hence the reason when in a report you did not get a ticket well. There's didn't give me a ticket on. I got off and and i sent a fancy ass letter on monday to the wenatchee police department. I was and that was the end of that one..

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Trump abandons effort to include citizenship question on census

First Light

04:43 min | 2 years ago

Trump abandons effort to include citizenship question on census

"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

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"It's all hands on deck on Hollywood Boulevard with stars like Maria menounos and Ryan. Seacrest going through final red-carpet run throughs down to see. Tina are from Renton and Wenatchee, and they can't wait to see how the show goes, especially amid controversy. It'll be totally different this year. Get on. For the first time in three decades. There will be no host instead a series of presenters, which means you'll hear a lot more of this Boyce live from the Dobie theater on Hollywood and Highland. It's the kademi award. Thomas is the voice of the Oscars. This'll be her ten th Academy Awards on a year where the show format will be different. I mean, my job has not changed. I just don't have another host who's introducing people and doing comedy bits. But maybe one day they will write comedy for the announcer voice will fill the Dobie theater renaissance which this year will be what forty one thousand crystals and forty thousand roses signifying inclusiveness and love of cinema. A theme echoed in this year's governor's call. We got a behind the scenes sneak I want to very much tricks comeback to the heart of. See we are in the academy. So the community, which is we share a love of film. We will be on the red carpet this afternoon as all the stars arrive and right outside the Dolby theatre once we know who has taken home Oscar in Hollywood, I'm Kelly. And again, the Academy Awards start.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Drop. Dropkick Murphys exactly all the different stores have to converge somewhere somewhere all of them need to end up meeting. And there's you know, like, I feel like there's no way to do that satisfactory really isn't especially since the main thing that they shot themselves in the foot on to be quite honest with you is when they made the third side story about Sora is the just stuck to like maybe prequel suffer sight stories. Maybe they had a chance if all if all games had not featured the characters that we are used to playing in the main game because that was the problem with the beginning. I had no idea where we've been starting. I had to look it up to understand where they were going to dead even help for me it did. But I can't imagine that said I would like to take go back to Sunday night here. And I quote as she's reading on Wikipedia, I've gone through this part three times. And I still don't understand that kingdom hearts. The franchise. I think to developers should be a cautionary tale of how to really screw up your narrative because we're in a day and age right now where the net. Errative alone is something that can capture an audience and keep them. That's a very good point. You're listening to checkpoint X P E sports and gaming radio. Everyone listening on the hawk thirteen forty in Wenatchee Washington as well as the fan ninety seven point one in Columbus, Ohio worker and talking about kingdom hearts three. We had a few members of the cast playing it over the weekend. I was not one of those because I wouldn't be caught dead playing something like that saying what I do think that Robbie you made a really interesting point is that especially in twenty nineteen that, you know, the strength of a narrative Ken be the thing that propels it to be successful. And it can also be the thing that that prevents it from succeeding as well. And I think the thing that I kept hearing over and over again, and this is without spoiling. Anything was that long term fans of the series who finished at once they finished it said. It was. Okay. It what it was. It was a serviceable game. It was. How can you askew serviceable for a game that was in development? There is a second half the game. It's not just about narrative. Some games can keep you engaged on playability alone on game mechanics alone. But unfortunately, well, I never had a problem with keenum hearts mechanics, even in in three. I feel like there was a bunch of dumbing it down. I felt doing one of two things I was pressing the XB and over and over as quickly as I could or I was pressing triangle and watching a giant ride from DisneyWorld kill everything for me. And that's what I was as Sarah was playing through. I'm like how come every fight throws like has starts with a screen. Introducing new mechanics that you then proceed to not need. Yeah. They made it both dumbing down and also more complex than they needed to. And I honestly I can't say I'm not surprised because it started with number two. Like number two. I thought was already starting to dump down from number one. But at least a number two, you could still do when it came to abilities you had to pick and choose your abilities, and that kind of to and extent dictated your combat style. You can have every single ability equipped in. Period. Right. All the time. But you said something earlier on about one thing. They don't the narrative has had the narrative kind of evolve and grow up with us. And there's there's two we see all the time with the show gets remade and people are oh, God is not exactly what I remember. It's not for you anymore. Right. It's furniture. But the problem is this has to be for the people. That's. Zandi? Four. Four different generation you have to be able to finish what you started. And then make it for new generations nowadays had been played thirteen or seven games that you put out. So you're right. It can't be for the kids. And that context seems pretty critical to understanding the core of the game. And yeah, I just don't know how you come up with a successful game. And then there's the fact and we're running out of time here. Then there's the fact that kingdom hearts the big appeal of it initially was that it was a square inex- a final fantasy and bought the first crossover. And now, there's no.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Washington area extremely wildfire permanent about three years ago. We had a wildfire comes about thirty home, and my mother-in-law nearly lost her home in that fire. And one of the things that struck me with the kids said, she would have been devastated have shaved lost all her hand written handed down over the generation recipes, and she wouldn't have thought to grab them. And so I thought that was a really interesting thing to note in one of the things that we did as a community was put together a cookbook for the people who lost their homes in collecting recipes from all the community. Members of their know really treasure handed down recipe. View and to this day. They're still coming up to you. Thank you. That's awesome. Karen, thanks very much for calling by the way. Would naturally Washington is about ninety plus miles east of Seattle. It's kind of on the eastern side of the Okinawan Wenatchee national forest Christian talk a little bit about how the crisis counselors at the disaster. Distress helpline help people manage the trauma of losing possessions. I know we have to pause a moment. But how do they kind of get that conversation going? Sure. Well, the first thing that that we do is an which is really the most powerful is that we listen, which can seem simple, but especially in the aftermath of a disaster where survivors and others impacted often feel like their needs and their feelings are getting lost in the chaos. Of recovery. And oftentimes survivors are also encountering those types of reactions where people might have good intentions, but because there's just a focus on getting basic needs restored. They don't feel like they have an outlet where they can talk about the pain of loss of things like, I'm sentimental possessions. So kind of hold you right there. I we're up against a clearly one of my prized possessions should be a timer. I'm sorry. Finish your thought. In just a moment. I wanna make sure we have a chance to hear this music. Alex Carlson sent us a picture of his guitar. It had been stolen and then returned to him five years later here is a bit of him playing.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Name is Karen Quebec. And I live in Wenatchee Washington area. That's extremely wildfire permanent about three years ago. We had a wildfire comes railing about thirty home, and my mother-in-law nearly lost her home in that fire. And one of the things that struck me was that she said, she would have been devastated had shaved lost all her hand written handed down over the generation recipes, and she wouldn't have thought to grab them. And so I thought that was a really interesting thing to note, and one of the things that we did as a community was put together a cookbook for the people who lost their homes in collecting recipes from all the community members of their, you know, really treasurer handed down recipe. And to the state is still coming up to me. Thank you. That's awesome. Karen, thanks very much for calling by the way when Nazi Washington is about ninety plus miles east of Seattle. It's kind of on the eastern side of the Okinawan Wenatchee national forest Christian talk a little bit about how the crisis counselors at the disaster distress helpline help people kind of manage the trauma of losing possessions. I know we have to pause a moment. But how did he kind get that conversation going? Sure. Well, the first thing that we do is an which is really the most powerful is that we listen, which can seem simple, but especially in the aftermath of a disaster where survivors and others impacted often feel like their needs and their feelings are getting lost in the chaos of recovery. And oftentimes survivors are also encountering those types of reactions where people might have good intentions, but because there's just a focus on getting basic. Needs restored. They don't feel like they have an outlet where they can talk about the pain of of loss of things like, I'm sentimental possessions. Kinda hold you right there. I we're up against the clearly one of my prized possessions should be a timer. I'm sorry. Finish your thought. In just a moment. I wanna make sure we have a chance to hear this music. Alex Carlson sent us a picture of his guitar. It had been stolen and then returned to him five years later here is.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"She tax sitting hall stunned and a south Seattle community morning. She tax sitting hall a deadly car crash. Indeed. A newly appointed to tax city councilwoman has passed away. It was yesterday about one o'clock that are Armenia Ahmed was killed in a head on collision on south one hundred eighty eight straight there. She was an advocate for immigrant and refugee rights. She lived in South County for the last twenty years as an immigrant. She was a voice immigrant and refugee rights. And in October was appointed to the city council. I mean as friends had planned to meet and greet. So the community could get to know the new council member it will still take place December twenty first instead, though, it'll be a time to honor the life of Amina Ahmed and it'll be busy in Leavenworth today. Not just for tourists but later on this morning Leavenworth. Celebrate the life of. JBL him soldier killed last month. Sergeant Leandro Joshua was killed during combat operations in Afghanistan. November twenty four he was on a surge deployment to Afghanistan after enlisting in. The army drivers are told to expect delays in the area as the procession makes its way from east Wenatchee to Leavenworth on highway two that procession starts at about nine thirty this morning. Jostles funeral service will be held at eleven AM at cascade high school in Leavenworth. Fire officials Lacey saying it was arson that strata Jehovah witness kingdom hall. Friday's fire was a six incident since the month of March there were no injuries or in previous incidents. Thurston county? Sheriff John schnauzer says local church members are on the edge after these attacks more or less terrified of wise. Why are they being targeted? Why is this specific religion being targeted? Federal investigators. Now say it's just a matter of time before someone is hurt or killed unless a suspect is found police in Lynnwood are busy right now. Trying to track down an arm. Robber officer saying someone robbed the Ulta beauty store near the Alderwood mall. And then apparently took off there was a chase for a period on I four or five, but the suspect gone away and in Fremont, Seattle police say they've arrested a man after a robbery at gunpoint at a business there. Officers say the robber also tried to carjack several drivers.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on Your Weekly Tech Update

Your Weekly Tech Update

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on Your Weekly Tech Update

"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

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Idiocracy and Wenatchee Washington and what they have in common

Your Weekly Tech Update

09:29 min | 2 years ago

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

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"wenatchee" Discussed on Well This Sucks

Well This Sucks

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on Well This Sucks

"Wenatchee washington to visit my friend jacob before we drove up the banff and we had a rental car scheduled like hyundai sonata something fancy and pulled obviously it was like the only car that that we could afford so we arrive there and they had only one car available for rennes and they were like are you going to be comfortable with a four series hardtop bmw convertible we were like let me ask actually she she was the one that issues like he gives a convertible convertible bmw i was like i guess that's okay and we ended up having the time of our life driving around canada and like convertible i do mountains behind us because yeah exactly exactly anyways i think being outside has just one is one of those things where we don't get enough of l a especially going i hate to say go into griffith park doesn't really counts like everybody's there does help but it's not really quite it's not it could be quite really not quite space traffic there's literally traffic because everyone's there right yeah everybody's doing their their their cell fees helicopters and go to the woods in fan we went on an eight hour hike and it was four hours five hours to the top of this overlook that i'll show you the picture remind me afterwards because it is one of the it's like something you don't think you ever see and your top of the mountains and the rockies are in every direction and there's this like turquoise lake that's just thawed and it's like glacial water that's just sitting there i mean it's it's just one of those things but it's very regenerating being out there and someone with no cell reception right there's no phones connect airs clear just incredible yeah maybe disconnect could be one along with that died connect to but we're in la and there's there's so many amazing national parks and just areas general that are so weekend trip yeah josh are you can get their spend one night in joshua tree and you're like day and your life totally back yeah that's good yeah you could go up and back i took my mom and my new data yeah the phone makes me so unhappy because we were talking about canoe disconnect up and it's so hard for me to avoid it's like every time i you know even if it's someone like love and wanna hear from all that kind of stuff but every time like i see my phone light up because it allied up even if it's on silent and i kind of always have to be aware of it i'm sure we all do for work i have to all i cannot disconnect from it an audition might come up have to expect you to promptly reply and checking your email time it's just not what we expect so down i like lose the job right get in trouble with my agent or something like that term i notify you turn to notification saying lake on social media sometimes it just becomes too much oh no i can't yeah have been sure because i i check this often enough because i have to anyway from like that i feel like you really good at not being connected to your phone i don't know you don't always like reply back right away i mean you're doing other things or like whenever we're out you're not on it 'cause i hate being when you're with friends you're not on it no no no i don't want i've noticed that very yeah i noticed that like i i mean mean look i'm not comparing this does noticed it about her right because like so many people you meet or hang out with nowadays in general like everyone's always on their phone it's a whole epidemic you see eating a couple and they're both just phones time it's like whoa god forbid there's a loan then whenever they the law it's like a better check my phone i'm guilty of that for sure but like check my phone people walk away or if i'm like waiting by myself for somebody i'm in bed habits at work because i'm just like when you want an escape turn to that sure we have like girl group chat there and like oh what are my friends doing so i can feel like i'm hanging out with my friends and not work something there's pros and cons for sure but it's such a powerful to the bathroom yes when i look at it your time eloped anytime i'm texting you in the girl chat during hours it is from the toilet to to know the other one i'm my sleep them medicine meditate meditate go outside slash disconnect disconnect change.

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Meghan Markle 'Has Wanted Children for a Long Time': 'It Will Happen,' Her Dad Says

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:31 min | 3 years ago

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.

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Linden, Vancouver and Washington discussed on News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

02:03 min | 3 years ago

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.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"We'll start to see more and more in the way of sunshine fewer clouds so i like the trend so far issaquah enumclaw sixty four degrees now these temperatures may kind of move up a bitch faster it just depends on whether or not you burn off the clouds where you live up north you're going to be somewhere from about fifty nine to sixty five degrees you can see these areas anna orders mount vernon squirm and so on and over on the coast yeah that's gonna be cloudy you know how that is over there and you gradually burn it off and hope we get it done before the sun heads for the horizon again there's what's happening in eastern washington well if you want the sun and the heat twelve go there because lots of eighties showing up on the other side of the mountain passes if you happen to be going to the foothills on the other side land and wenatchee should be somewhere in the upper seventies with a lot of sunshine okay so here's what we've got for your your overnight low temperatures going to be about forty nine degrees going to be mostly cloudy skies tomorrow well we'll start off with the grey and at that point in the afternoon we'll start getting the sun back we'll be about sixty seven degrees i'll be back in a little bit we'll have the seven day outlook for your show you what memorial day itself actually looks like and so much more stick around we'll be right back all right well.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"At ten thirty four clouds this morning and then graduate clearing much like we had yesterday we've got patches blue already a high of about sixty eight overnight lows fifty three partly sunny tomorrow we do have a chance of a shower here and there and a high near seventy than a mostly sunny weekend with highs into the seventy two seventy two degree range currently in eastern washington wenatchee got sunshine and seventy already down to olympia partly sunny fifty six friday harbor fifty five and cloudy and currently at boeing field fifty six and clouds at ten twenty six and ashqout erupted from this warning as a layer of volcanic smog continues to hover over hawaii's big island we get more from abc's matt guzman blah by two thousand degrees literally bubbling up and founding hundreds of feet in the air and you'll hear periodic explosions as i speak we got to see this in a helicopter earlier today fly lying thousands of feet over that scalpels sharp line of fissures twenty of them here in this part of hawaii smoke going twelve thousand feet into the air now we also got to fly near how that is the volcano at kill away i'm so for dioxide is beginning to smother this part of the island one of the reasons that the national weather service is urging people to avoid long exposure to the outdoors the biggest casualty so far from all of this is tourism here down fifty percent now vulcanologists say the explosions you're hearing and all that founding is going to last four weeks longer everybody here bracing for the major eruption at kilowatt that they say is gonna be the most powerful one hundred years here it's unclear how powerful this morning's explosive eruption was in relation to previous eruptions komo news time ted twentyseven meet the superhero movie that'll take down avengers infinity war more from abc's jason nathanson r rated comic book raunchy nece.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on Here & Now

"Gene thank you thank you for the price of bitcoin is under ten thousand dollars today a far cry from where it was late last year almost twenty thousand dollars and when that happened an influx of entrepreneurs and developers scoured north america in search of cheap hydropower for bitcoin mining many zeroed in on washington state and upstate new york where hydropower is plentiful but now some cities counties and utilities are hitting the pause button because of these new electricity hogs tom bonzi from the northwest news network reports from wenatchee washington you'd hardly guess without inside info that crypto curtsy fortunes are made and lost here on the edge of eastwood naci the best giveaway that something big is going on or the massive cooling fans that's the non stop twenty four seven clatter and home that maybe you can hear a little in the background the fans are cooling specialized computer chip sets just packed to the brim inside modified cargo containers in front of me or just a little ways down the road inside of huts there is a huge emerging technology opportunity for this region to maintain a first mover advantage in this technology space malachi sell cdo run celsius enterprises in wenatchee used developed several of these bitcoin minds which are all about computing power rather than digging minerals the digital miners earn cryptocurrency virtual money for processing and recording global network transactions twenty four cents but each day just one of cell sita's large scale data centers consumes about as much electricity as nine thousand households which is why bitcoin miners are drawn to places like to achieve valley dams on the columbia river generate cheap hydropower so electric rates are rock bottom plus the climate is mild helpful for efficient cooling so operating costs low but cities and counties in north central washington seem unsure whether to embrace this new line of energy guzzling business they worry about being overwhelmed and tapped out.

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"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"wenatchee" Discussed on KOMO

"In wenatchee and she's organizing a march there on saturday she says mental health is a piece of the gun policy a violent the gun policy puzzle but so is more gun control and gun control laws and making it more difficult to obtain a gun would be a good solution so that people are less likely to be able to commit this mass murder they'd have less chance to get to this weapon is also a big national march scheduled in washington dc that one is backed by a number of hollywood celebrities authorities in monroe county mississippi say a thirteen year old girl is dead after being shot in the head by her nine year old brother the sheriff says the boy grabbed a gun saturday afternoon at opened fire after his sister wouldn't give up the controller to a video game the teen died of her injuries yesterday the shooting is still under investigation a mansard critical condition after being shot and left lying on a roadway and buren this happened just after two am sunday king county sheriff's office has somebody saw the man and called nine one one deputies used canines to try and find a suspect but didn't come up with anything it's eight thirty nine election leaders in snohomish county say voters there are about to get their first look at a new mail in ballot county says he will adopt that clear vote ballot style currently in use in king and pierce counties julie anderson is pierce county auditor we're going to be using a target area that's an oval and everybody remembers that from scholastic testing we think the instructions are going to be a lot more simple what more intuitive the herald reports the snohomish county voters will use the clear vote system in april when they vote in a special election hospitals are relaxing flu restrictions is the peak of the flu season appears to have passed hospitals in marion county indiana are resuming their regular hospital patient visit rules after the centers for disease control and prevention reported a nationwide decrease in the number of doctor visits for flu like illness for a fifth consecutive week the cdc says only three point three percent of doctor visits in the last recorded week were due to the flew down from three point seven percent the week before however hospitalizations due to the flu did rise slightly pediatric flu deaths also with a.

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