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Seattle Police Release Footage After Officers Kill Homicide Suspect
"We're seeing the moments before Seattle police shot and killed a murder suspect in White Center Yesterday, the police Department released new surveillance, video and body Cam footage. As part of the use of force investigation. SWAT officers were serving a search warrant in a murder case from several months ago. This surveillance video shows 22 year old suspect come out of the home with a gun. This part of the video does not have audio. But police say At one point, the man started shooting at officers who fired back. You can hear that gun. Fire off in the body cam portion of the video. However, the body Cam video does not catch a clear view of the confrontation. This shot shows the man on the ground with a gun in his hand as officers are firing. Police also released a picture of the Glock 21 45 caliber handgun. They recovered from the suspect, and they say it was reported stolen from back in June. The officers involved in the shooting are now on paid administrative leave during the
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"Year old sister, a five year old girl in a two year old boy when she allegedly decided to raise another car. Police say she was driving around 70 MPH when she entered a curve and hit a concrete monument, causing the car to roll several times. Her 20 year old sister was ejected and died of her injuries. They are the occupants were also taken to the hospital, but the extent of their injuries are not known at this time. Detectives still looking into a deadly shooting at a federal way apartment complex. They're trying to track down whoever shot and killed a 44 year old woman in the doorway of her own apartment. The shooting happened overnight Thursday in the Glen Park apartment complex that's along Southwest Campus drive near Panther Lake. The motive remains unclear. Cuomo's Jonathan Chu as the latest the neighbors here. At the Glen Park apartment, saying, this is a typical bedroom community and something like this has never happened here before. We didn't really hear anything. It was Just the gunshots, and then I scream and then Like that was that was it and we just jumped and head and called the police and they told us that they were getting multiple reports on it. Um, when they told us to stay put until an officer came and told us that it's OK to move. The neighbors are amazing around here. They're all friendly. Everybody is like a family. So for something to happen like this, it's just really It's scary. It's also unclear if the shooter knew the victim, police say right now this incident Does not appear to be related to domestic violence. An officer remains outside the apartment complex, but says there is no immediate threat to the public. That is Jonathan chose reporting. There's new evidence on the fire and White center that destroyed several small businesses, including the area's first LGBT Q bar. The King County Sheriff's Office is now investigating the fire that started in the basement of the lumber yard Bar is an arson detectives say they found evidence that indicates a fire might have been set on purpose, but they didn't give any details. It is being investigated as a possible hate crime. There have been no arrests, the latest on wildfires burning in our state. We're told the Batterman road Fire is now 100% contained. It's been burning near East Wenatchee since July, 4th Charing over 14,000 Acres. The assault in complex fire is made up of two fires burning in the Salton County in southeast Washington. The fires have burned nearly 28,000 acres in at least six buildings that virus 10% contained and the Andrews Fire. Bernie in Spokane County is now at 55% containment. It has burned 232 acres. It has been a challenging year for the region's vineyards. They were just subjected to record breaking temperatures nine months after the fields were blanketed by wildfire smoke. Luckily when the temps began climbing close to 120 degrees in late June, the grapes in Oregon and Washington were still young, many shaded by leaf canopies that had not been trimmed back yet, and that saved them from harm. If it had been earlier or later in the growing season, it could have been disastrous. The CDC says. All kids will have to wear masked on the school bus or in school if they are not vaccinated. But Cuomo Suzanne phone says there's confusion over the new guidance you put in your mask when you put it orange and ears. Eight year old jail knows a thing or two about wearing face masks, and she and her brothers and sister return to the classroom this fall, they'll wear face masks indoors. The new CDC guidance indicates that elementary students and staff will need to wear mass But vaccinated middle school and high school students and staff do not. Harrington, mentors, kids and coaches basketball..
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"Tampa area. The Pentagon is canceling a disputed Microsoft Cloud computing contract, and we'll try to work out a new deal with Amazon and Microsoft. The department says the Gen iCloud contract no longer meets the requirements to feel capability, gaps The Ohio Supreme Court says it will not consider an appeal over the firing of a white police officer who shot and killed 12 year old Tamir Rice. Outside of Cleveland Recreation Center in 2014 Cassia, the company whose software was exploited in the biggest global ransomware attack on record says so far it appears fewer than 1500 businesses were compromised. But cybersecurity experts suspect the estimate is low and note victims are still being identified. This is a P news Pope Francis is recuperating following intestinal surgery. The Vatican's mature Brunei says this morning the pontiff had breakfast, read some newspapers and got up to walk Brunei continued. The postoperative recovering is regular and routine control tests are good following the pontiffs Sunday surgery to remove half off his coat on He is expected to stay in Rome's Gemelli Polyclinic, which has a special suite reserved for Popes through the week. Assuming no complications. Francis has enjoyed relatively robust health, though he lost the upper part of one lung in his youth due to an infection. I'm Charles de la Decima. Iran's outgoing president, Hassan Rouhani offered a rare apology for the country's most severe summer power outages in recent memory. Blackouts, crippled businesses and darkened.
Mets Get Rare Home Win Over Cubs
"Great game and city field between the cubs and the mets taiwan walker was outstanding. The two on the inside corner strike three cl walker claps his hand against his bed as he heads off the mound after his career high. Twelve th strikeout of the game. It's a one two three inning. He's retired twelve in a row from. Wcbs the mets with a three two lead at that point. They had a three two lead in the ninth inning. Seth lugo on the mound. Pinch-runner jake bresnik first base in this happened they would up next mccain has an end of the game with a strike them out throw them out yet to come to sogard line center field. They sent over toward white center. That will enable boras need to go to third is gonna take the tourneys can score on the plane with a tad stickers to challenging the where you live who a one hop bullets to the plate. Maroshek is out running through a stop sign and the cubs are down to their final out of the game actually. He was waived home and there was only one out at the time the cubs lose the game. Three two
"white center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"In White Center late this afternoon. When it was over. Two people were dead, two others injured. King County Sheriff Sergeant Tim Myers says homicide detectives are working the scene in front of the Paradise Cafe. Now it's just a rather large scene or taking a couple of blocks here down on 16th Avenue Southwest, so it's going to be an active scene for some time as detectives. Trying to piece together exactly what happened Lead up to the event here today. A spokesperson for Harborview Medical Center says the victims were all adult males ranging in age from 40 to 53 of the survivors. One is in critical condition. The other is listed as serious. The coronavirus pandemic and climate change topped the agenda on day one of the G seven summit in corn, while England British Prime Minister Boris Johnson welcomed President Biden and other world leaders to the G seven summit. About a year after the pandemic forced it to go remote. It is genuinely wonderful to see everybody in person as they opened the day's discussions in southwestern England. Johnson said he hopes lessons can be learned from the pandemic. What risks being a lasting, uh, scar is that I think that inequalities may be entrenched. Skyler Henry. CBS NEWS Washington. Hey, guess what you can own the Mona Lisa. Just not the Mona Lisa. The real Mona Lisa, of course, is on display at the Louvre in Paris. This one is a copy painted by an unknown artist about 100. Years after Da Vinci painted the original Christie's Pierre ATM and says it's pretty good reproduction. It looks like but there are big differences like size, which does matter. Frenchman who bought it in 1953 spent decades trying unsuccessfully to convince the world his was the real deal. Christie says. This one could still fetch nearly $400,000 at auction,.
QFC holds COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Seattle area, around 900 people to receive vaccine
"And other covert 19 mass vaccination clinic will be held tomorrow. Here at Evergreen High School in White Center to FC and Fred Meyer are hosting this clinic. The city chose White Center because of its diverse population. It's really amazing way really need more efforts like this to be very specific and intentional about serving our community. S so it's really important more than 400 doses were given today Another 500 will be given tomorrow. All slots have been filled up two FC plans to hold another mass vaccination clinic next week for teachers.
"white center" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Which employed 34,000 pharmacists, 65,000 technicians Declined to say how many they're hiring the company's looking for both short term and permanent workers. Well, good. Waldron's intends iron 25,000 people, including 17,000 pharmacies. Well, I hope they're raising their pay. I love the marketplace. If you retired, and you're sitting around on your pharmacy pension, and they call you up, Make sure you drive a hard deal. My nephews of pharmacists. My brother's son and It works. I mean, he works all the time. He is, Yeah, it is a hard job people and never get upset with you. I have stood in so many lines in pharmacy where people and they tend to be older Americans. They tend to be like Dwayne. And they're grumpy and they're yelling at the pharmacy tech. Yeah, they can't get their medicines right? And the insurance company won't pay for him and the doctor's office and called back. And so they get grumpy. Now that's a permanent state for Dwayne. But 1 805 to our 1234. By the way. Are you going to get the back team? Joe Biden got it yesterday. I'm getting it is soon they're gonna change the I'm 64. On. I saw the recommended changing the guideline is from 65 to 64 who rock I'm going out and getting that thing immediately. I don't care if it's a modern er Fizer. I gotta go. I gotta get back to see my people. I got to be able to go toe to Salem events and Go to Georgia and go to Atlanta and press the flesh and go wherever politics takes me in moderate debates and do whatever I have to do. But that's all right. If they say CBS has got it, and we'll do categories one A. B and C I'm category one C. 60 for an older I'm there who like that? I have great confidence in the science. I've never had a bad vaccine reaction in my life. Had to get a tetanus shot when I sliced up in my Uh, Hand and it closed the car door on it. In the summer. Beautiful, beautiful six ditch hand guy jockey got in there with a Recovered people at the You call the emergency care facility? I guess. Call emergency care as we call them doctors here. Well, yeah, it was the doctor hand jockey. No, and they got in there, and I didn't realize how much of a hand could hurt right. And so after it was all done, then they say they're putting in Nova Cain. But they're not really they just want make you think you shouldn't be feeling the pain. She asked me when did you last have a tetanus shot? So wait. When did you last have a tetanus shot? Can you bring up the weather Center, please? We check in on the weather center. On Dwayne's camera. Yeah, Yeah. Are you there is the weather center up. I have the weather. The weather center thing, You know, When did you last have a tetanus shot on the weather said I don't see on the And you put the date of your last tetanus shot on the weather Center, please. Because I think You're going to be like me. There's one answer to this question. Really, you know. You know it was 1978. It was a long time ago. You know why? You don't know when it Wasit? That's my point. Nobody knows. You know why? I know why. Because I'm not a klutz. Wait a minute. Oh, wait. There is a Duane Memorial off ramp on the 2 41 or whatever we call that did not require one stick. No, but it required a tow truck. And every time I go pass it, I got it. And you know what? I did not have to give my car a tetanus shot. Cut that guy for a second. I got to tell people this story. It's Christmas. So it's uh, it's a Christmas story. It's about Dwayne delivering presents to the people who live in the bottom of the ravine between the toll road. Because Duane was rolling along and his Mustang and decided that it would be fun was a trans Am not a Mustang. Same thing. Yeah. Just be fun to go to the bottom of the ravine on the 2 41. And there is there's no off ramp there. Where is now there is now and every time I go buy it without fail. Every time I drive by and I called way, no matter what the hour of the day is in, no matter if he's sleeping or not. And if I'm on the West Coast and I go by the Duane Memorial offering if I come up and say, Dwayne, I'm going Pastor Memorial offering, which is why to this day. Usually when you call it goes to voicemail, But I gotta ask you then put up the sign yet. I've asked Caltrans to put that sign up repeatedly, man because it burned in about three fires ago. What was the If you didn't have to give your car a tetanus shot. What did you have to pay to get that thing out of the bottom of the valley? Uh, actually, I didn't have to pay a thing. What? I didn't have to pay anything. How did they get it out? I mean, it's a pretty deep ravine. Called a witch. You ever heard of before? Ladies and gentlemen, I'm here to tell you if they had. If they had film of Dwayne going over the site that would be in mission. Impossible. Seven. Tom Cruise would not have to do special effects if they had Dwayne in his Camaro going over the side. Let them join Ofran. It was spectacular. It was just absolutely dirt going. I don't have video. But I've got audio of it. Do you? Really? Yeah. Yeah. I think the idea is actually Adam. You know which audio it is, don't you? The Duane Audio. When he goes over the side, it's kind of like the Spider audio Um And and except it's not like that at all, Eh? So when doing goes over the side That was a great day. So are you going to get the back? Seen Peter in Bakersfield, California 1 805 to 1234 Peter. Um good morning, you good morning. All right to you. I just wanted to cover two things with you, Um First of all, I got, um, recently elected to a small town city council seized power, not the people hard, Seize power. No, it's have a coup. When Mark Larson, Democrat of San Diego's on a competing radio station, was elected. In a town near big Bear. He seized power. He cut the other people on the council out. So how many people are on the council? Peter Five. Have fun skin. When, when? When Larson gotta control of fonts? Can he changed the locks, and he ran the city by himself. Can you do that? I'll get started on that distant soon, whose party has be sworn in and everything else? Okay, Just tell everyone to take a weekend off. Bringing a locksmith changed the locks, and the town is yours. It's works that way. Of their stupid don't want to cover with you here. Um okay. First of all I got in that kid. And then I got all this material to read and kind of get up to speed on everything and When the information package that I got was on ethic You know what? You made a terrible mistake. Peter. You are now subject to the California Fair Political Practices Commission. Did you not know that before you ran? Did you know that.
"white center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"For everyone. Only a glance best. Have the latest on the shooting and crashing White center coming up after Khyber radio world time traffic Here's Tracy Taylor, and we're definitely seeing in the able of the police activity out in Lake Stevens right now still blocking off west on Highway 204, a ninth Street southeast in marketplace because they are searching for a burglary suspect. Now we're also watching 164th. If you're out near I five. That's a crash there. It's reported blocking the westbound lanes of 164. And there might be a slight hesitation As we approach this. We're still watching the backups on cell phone for a profitability of south End of the Valley Freeway shy of four or five. This is often on out to emerald downs and again as we leave highway 18 into parts of Pacific, But Dr on South on I five through federal ways eased up just a bit not so much, though, from highway 18 towards the 54th and five exit, but Grissom crowding on north on I five as we get closer to 5 12 I know d O T is looking at the Oh yeah, There's something on the ramp there on north on I 5 to 5 12 because that's quite the lineup for drivers. Traffic brought to you by Allstate. If you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance. Save money with paper mile insurance from Allstate. So local Allstate agent and get a quote Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my Northwest, calm in county deputies say is shooting led to a car crash in White Center this afternoon. Sheriff sergeant tells us they are assessing injuries and as many as three people have been detained will bring you more details as we get them. King County.
Seattle-area man brings joy to his job, customers
"Johnson found someone with a great one in the South sound. He makes people happy happy to to be be alive alive south south of of Seattle Seattle between between White White Center Center and and see see Tak. Tak. In In the the heart heart of of Burian, Burian, where where he he has has been been for for a a long long time time born and raised here, got a lot of memories. Matthew Brandis gets up and goes to work the way so many others do. I was taught. You know you can have a bad there. Whatever. Once you hit the door at work, you leave it at the door. He still works weekends but doesn't seem to mind. Brother. How you doing? Good to see you just treat people the way you want to be treated, and everything will be good is just such a simple philosophy. And that's the way I you know, work and live my life. His career has been spent happily earnestly here at Wendy's. Here we are. Hey, we're doing my friends. Matthew works at the drive through window They want excellent. You're looking well, It's good to see you. How you doing, guys? Are you having fun in the sun? It's good to see you. Hey, how we doing? I'm doing fantastic. Long time No see life. Alright. Everything good? Yeah, we're doing looking Well, It's good to see you. You made my day to see you're looking well, we appreciate you. He remembers people's names here we doing, guys. What's up, Ellie? How we doing in just a few seconds? He makes them feel like they matter. Hey, I thought I recognized that voice. How you doing, man? On my day's complete you showed up appreciates, Matthew is upbeat, relentlessly positive That's wildly optimistic about life. Having to be healthy, essential work and you already know. Still pay the bills. I ain't complaining. 11 43 appreciates your seat. The one nobody. Hey, my friend. How you doing, Brother? How about when you having a bad day? Don't you have bad day? Never have a bad to any time You wake up breathing, No dirt on your nose. So techno naming the bitch when it's a good day. That's my philosophy. I think you rather sorry about that. And an amazing thing has happened there in Burian. People absolutely adore this guy. Don't work to our state safety, helping give the sea just ask faith. I don't like him. I think he's fantastic. What is it about him? He's just a great guy and Nancy, let me take this damn thing off. If it wasn't for Matt, I wouldn't even come tto Wendy's there, Man fans locally Sweetest man. It's a gift. What can I say? Oh, he's just the sweetest man on earth. It's just amazing how much you could make somebody's day just by 20 seconds or 10 seconds interacting just to smile. A how you doing, You know, it's good to see you senior in a while and that just it just he could see it in their faces just brightens up there day he's developed a kind of cult following Greatest person I know. Match the man man. That's why we keep coming back to burgers are good, but that's like a celebrity. Look at this woman because of her interaction with the drive thru guy at Wendy's, she's positively giddy. Matt Master, the district manager thinks the world of any safe. Stay healthy. Great to see you have a good one. People come in all the time and just say I love this guy Love Matt and and I think he just makes their day. Matthew's mom, Cathy says she taught him good manner. He needs to treat everybody with respect and dignity. I asked him how long he's been working that same window 17 years. You guys are growing on me 17 years? Yeah, I love my job, and I love the people in the community. They're the reason I stick around. He's not going to get rich doing this. Then again, maybe he already is with your heart. Yeah, well, I'm 40 now. So you know, they say can retire at 62. So could I see myself doing this for 22 more years? Yeah, I can see that. Haig. Yeah, we're doing jobs aren't dignified. People bring dignity to a job. That's what Matthew Brandis does in the drive through window at the Wendy's and very safe. Stay healthy. You have a great one. He elevates it. He turns that little window into a beak. How's everything doing? You guys all right? Everything good place of light a place where people feel noticed and appreciated. You made my day, guys great to see you. Once you understand that, you realise Let's love guys stay safe. Stay healthy. Why in the world would he ever want to do anything different? We will see you later. My friends. God bless you. That's Cuomo's Eric Johnson reporting. Disney world reopens today with
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"Without him in an essay published in the Atlantic magazine Mattis blast the president for threatening to deploy the military to crack down on protests in U. S. cities I am here president of law and order general Mattis writing Donald Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American people does not even pretend to try the former defense secretary took aim at the administration's decision to disperse peaceful protesters near the White House Monday the general saying he took an oath to defend the constitution and never did I dream that troops taking that same oath would be ordered under any circumstance to violate the constitutional rights of their fellow citizens much less to provide a bizarre photo op for the elected commander in chief with military leadership standing alongside in a new interview the president defended that photo op this is a great idea and it was a great idea I didn't know there were people around there or not somebody said oh that was so peaceful while they tried to burn down the church the day before overnight trump also fired back at Matt is calling him the world's most overrated general adding I didn't like his leadership style or much else about him and many others agree glad he is gone but back in twenty sixteen then president elect trump call Mattis one of the great generals general Mattis resigned as defense secretary in twenty eighteen over trump's plans to pull troops out of Syria ABC's Martha Raddatz spoke to Matt as last night he said enough is enough that he really had tried to stay out of it that he really didn't want to directly attack Donald Trump for all this time I have known him for so many years I have known him in a rock and other legal battle spaces and he is the most a political person you've ever wanted to meet so this is is really quite remarkable Kenneth Moton ABC news New York a mural paying tribute to the late George Floyd has been created in downtown Seattle the artwork which has the phrase rest in power on it look at pike street between first and second Avenue and in white center street artist Desmond Hanson adorning a utility box at sixteenth in Roxbury with an image of Floyd and his last words I can't breathe my stomach hurts my neck hurts they're going to kill me domino's time ten twenty eight.
"white center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Reveals Emily Harris has been talking to business owners in white center it's a window into how the corona viruses affecting the thirty million small businesses around the country and the changes that communities like this will face as they struggle to survive wait center got associated with the coronavirus early on there were no reported cases there but it was the first spot county officials chose to put a quarantine facility temporary trailers with isolation rooms for up to forty people I found out about it maybe ten minutes before the press release and was just extremely irritated see the civil set leads the white center community development association a nonprofit that supports families and small businesses she didn't question the need for quarantine centers around Seattle she questions the powers that be imposing it on white center a low income longtime immigrant neighborhood with little political clout this wasn't about not wanting to help people who have to deal the corona is just look where you're putting it you continuing to perpetuate you know this whole institutionalized racism and not giving white center community a voice in something like this is really important ana Castro heard about plans for the quarantine center from her sister the two have owned a bakery and restaurant in white center for almost twenty five years and then as a normal and then there's the quiet thing I've got we only we have that here we're not gonna have any customer to come into our bakery the center still hasn't opened but the corona virus has nearly shut down on his business anyway she's only doing take out and had to lay off half the employees she and her sister now work seven days a.
Rebecca Solnit: Recollections of My Nonexistence
"Of my nonexistence. It's a profound book. It moved me deeply and let me say furthermore that this is the first time we're doing a show under these corona virus situations. I'm in my home. Rebecca's in her home and we're going to talk to one another without being able to see one another a real I for bookworm. Hi Rebecca Hello Michael. What do you mean by my nonexistence? I had the title before I wrote the Book and the book in some ways a reflection on it. It's most of all about all the forms of violence against women. The literal violence that leaves some women. Did some woman silent. Some woman pushed out of full participation in different social arenas but I also wrote about other social groups game in native people etc who face other kinds of erasure and I also wrote about reading as a positive form of non existence where you withdraw from your own life and your own physical being to enter another world and kind of float disembodied in somebody else's imaginings in somebody else's language. Wow let me say that as I was reading the book although I regard myself as I hope sensitive gay man I was made aware of how frightening it is used say at a certain point partially ironically that in your childhood your hobby was not getting raped. To what extent is that true. I-in it's completely true and I was really writing about my adolescence and early adulthood. We've had a really valuable and significant conversation. Last several years thanks to black lives matter and the response to the killing of Trayvon Martin about black parents giving talk to their sons about the dangers. They faced because of their race and gender. Most girls get different forms of the talk. Telling them often in roundabout evasive ways that they can't wear this. They can't do that. They can't aspire to this. They can't move freely. They can't go out at this hour. They shouldn't go to the party. They shouldn't have a drink and that it's entirely on them to prevent men from harming them and that society has no interest in taking responsibility for that but Democrat violence against women. So as young woman I had to constantly think about safety and strategy as I move through the world and every situation walking out in the world public transit meetings classes social situations parties Cetera and it was constant and it took a toll. I remember when I was first in college. This is around. Nineteen seventy the first feminist movements. Were starting in it in phone stickers. That said this exploits women but it wasn't yet clear that we were in a culture that exploits women altogether and that when I started to join gay men's liberation groups. We discovered how much we had grown up being teased being heard being disregarded in the language of the Normative Patriarchal Heterosexual Culture held one. Live in such a culture. You know I think if you add up those who are not male those who are not white. Those are not straight those who are not conventionally able bodied et CETERA. You end up with the majority of facing these forms of non existence. I think that you know it is a burden that people shouldn't have to carry That a lot of kinds of people carry these burdens and I wrote this book partly to try and home in on some of the nuances and complexities around gender. That I didn't feel we're talking about enough but I also wrote this book very much as a first person account of my formative years in San Francisco and gay men were a joy and support and inspiration in those years You know I lived about a neighborhood away. You know a fifteen minute walk from the Castro to see these men who had said we're going to refuse our assignment. We're going to refuse our role because we've decided it's worth paying the price rather than the price of avoiding who. We are and conforming. But I also WanNa talk about another form of non existence that really had an impact. And I think has an impact on young queer people even now on people of color the non-existence of being given reading material stories histories in which people like you don't matter don't exist aren't the protagonists. I grew up reading. Very male centered white centred literary Canon and I should say Christian centered and I feel like there was a non existence that to imagine myself as the protagonist of the great stories. I had to D- imagine myself as a woman and it always felt like I was wavering. Between who I was in my bodily identity and who I was if I wanted to be like Odysseus Sir Lord Jim more so many of the adventurous people in the books that I love when I was growing up the used to as a regular thing on once book reports ask. Who Do you identify with in this book? And since there were no queer characters and no Jewish characters except extremely negative. One says in the case of the sun also rises. I mean hemingway was particular corporate for giving us no one that we could know who would be like us. We would want to grow up into and my parents intern. They were the children of immigrants or immigrants themselves and they were given Ivanhoe to read when they got to school and suddenly they were saying words like pretty young maiden where did that come from. They weren't learning American English in their English classes. That will earning Sir Walter Scott so when I was reading your book. Rebecca this idea of non existence and the ways in which it's pressed upon us move me so deeply that I'll tell you the truth I was breaking into tears every ten or fifteen pages. Wow thank you I will say if I'm not mistaken. Ivanhoe has a beautiful Jewish named Rebecca in it but it is a very anachronistic archaic book. Rebecca Soni is an explorer of the American West and when she became involved with her younger brother in anti-nuclear demonstrations. She was there at the test sites in Nevada. Exploring what it was lied to beyond Shoshoni lands. Yes yes and actually that was such a formative place for me. I like to say the Nevada test site taught me to write because the place was so extraordinarily it demanded. I learned to integrate the different modes. In which is writing journalism criticism and kind of lyrical personal essays but also was a place in which the protagonists were Western. Schone elders Mormon down winters atomic survivors from Japan Lesbian Pagans and anarchists and just really remarkable coming together of a lot of people who already weren't part of the central narrative to exert real power make real alliances about the future of the world against the dominant narrative being told by Cold War America and then nuclear physicists and politicians who were mostly white men and it was an extraordinary movement with many
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"Is a nonprofit organization whose members have a common set of ethical or religious beliefs and they share medical expenses consistent with those beliefs as of June the company had sold more than three thousand pa all the season Washington state and collected nearly four million dollars in premiums Trinity will notify Washington customers they can keep their coverage for up to a year allowing them time to look for other options after more than thirty four years of service king county sheriff's deputy don shirk worked his final shift deputy sheriff says he's especially proud that his two sons also work at the White center precinct with him they even worked the same patrol shipped his final day and his immediate retirement plans to travel lots on a fishing making up for lost time his other son in the military it's one forty eight como news time for an update on sports from the Harley exterior sports desk with Kohl's bill Swarts it was a costly Seahawks loss in many ways Seattle could have won the NFC west standard home field for at least this weekend's wild card instead there twenty six twenty one loss to the rival forty Niners sends the hawks cross country for a Sunday afternoon contest against Philadelphia and we've been traveling great it all year integrated that you know over time really to be honest with you but I think that on this year that we've really taken it upon our shoulders and found the do that not a tremendous way quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seahawks beat the eagles seventy nine in a week twelve contest in Pennsylvania unless Minnesota upsets the saints the hawks will be on the road for all of the playoff games Seattle's defense took another hit with linebacker Mychal Kendricks knee injury a college bowl game for some today California place Illinois in Santa Clara is red box full the Washington Huskies men's basketball slides out of the A. P. top twenty five dogs host UCLA Thursday night you dealt women a sixty five fifty six winner at WSU more at six.
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"They're planning on adding any sort of memorial for the people who died in that crane collapse outside the building or even inside they told me at this point they have no comment think east if you're looking for the best place to raise a family in Washington state come was bill o'neil has more as in the east side eastern Washington with west Richmond taking the top spot on the list quality of major wondered fourteen states largest cities in four key areas family life and fund education health and safety affordability and socio economics personal Kwame came in just head of some mannish placing second and third respectively followed by Bainbridge island at the bottom of the list white center to quill in sky way overall Washington state ranks as the fourteenth best in the country for raising a family hello Neil component forty past the hour como news. from the sports desk NFL Thursday night football in Seattle Seahawks beat the rams thirty to twenty nine and don't underestimate the Stanford cardinal goals bill Swarts says that's the message the Washington husky football coach has for his team wants makers like you dub by sixteen points in Saturday night's pac twelve football contest in Palo alto that Washington's head man Chris Peterson says while Stanford is down two and three they're always tough on the farm. get up and have that middle aged dads to challenge. don't you're gonna get beat in this league and our our team does not look by anybody I know and you just hope they can regrow I think someone has to do with managing energy during the week so they can really play their best. on Saturday the Huskies fully aware they have not won at Stanford since two thousand seven pregame show starts at two thirty Saturday kick off at seven thirty on come on news a pair of National League baseball division playoffs have begun in Atlanta the Saint Louis cardinals used to big nine tending and held off the Braves seven to six sports update to ten and forty after the hour bill Schwartz on the home of the Huskies come owners well the housing industry is changing a lot quickly that's why we've made the Freddie Mac multi family podcast we're bringing together industry leaders to talk about market trends and the.
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"Been searching for in the white center area is no longer in the country, Ryan Abbott with King County sheriff's office says they believe Francisco Carranza Ramirez fled to Mexico, if we get any inclination that he moved or that he's setting back towards Washington. We'll be passing that formation. Red way, so that we can again be on the lookout for him. He says Carranza Ramirez, also changed his appearance, cut his hair short to stay on the run. Carranza Ramirez was convicted of rape in two thousand eighteen and then after his release from prison last week, he beat the same woman that he attacked in the first place, a family disturbance turned deadly in Redmond this morning. Andrea will fuck with Redmond PD says they got a call about a man being shot around six this morning. So he was taking a Harborview forty eight year old male. He did die on arrival hospital. The suspect is a thirty three year old man related to the victim. He's been arrested. It all happened at a home near northeast sixty third way and one hundred and fifty four th avenue northeast. No word yet on what led up to that shooting. And Alaska teenager is accused of killing your best friend after a man. She met online offered to give her millions of dollars if she showed evidence of the murder, the case brings up an important question about kids safety online. Do they have the skill set to not do certain things online? The answer is sometimes, yes. sometimes no a._b._c. crime and terrorism analyst brad garrett's has parents must be proactive we're going to have to monitor through the -bility to go into their social media you know you you've been printed or whatever so you can actually see what they're doing there's different apps you can put on your phone that helps you monitor can monitor things your kids are doing the alaska murderer is a case of what's called cat fishing in which an individual dupes and other online into believing they're someone they're not garrett calls this an epidemic and says sexual assault robberies and extortion are often the result of cat fishing manda factor komo news the oregon state police have been dispatched to round up republican state senators come jeff pohjola explains why this is all part of a fight over a cap and trade bill democrats have the votes to pass it but the entire senate republican caucus walked down the nine them the necessary number of people to conduct business senate president peter courtney ordered the sergeant d'armes to bring them back and his requested help from the governor section twelve of the organ conscious Petition and Senate rule three point zero on subsection two provides that the Senate can compel the attendance of absent members to establish. A corn Republicans appear to have left him. And now the Oregon state police are tasked with finding them and returning them to the capital. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news so US supreme court has decided not to get involved in a court case from the state. Here's komo's Gregg Hersholt this involves a Washington state tobacco companies tax appeal and it means that cigarette manufacturer king mountain tobacco now has to pay fifty eight million dollars in federal excise taxes. A federal court had awarded the government, the unpaid federal taxes and the ninth circuit, court of appeals upheld the ruling king mountain is owned and operated by the Wheeler family, their citizens of the Yakima nation, and they had argued that they're exempted for federal excise taxes by the eighteen fifty-five Yakima treaty..
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"Sexual orientation Seattle homicide. Detectives are still looking for the gunman who killed a man north of green lake yesterday morning. Police say the fifty nine year old man was shot at eighty fourth in Aurora. He was found sitting on a bench on the west side of Aurora gunshot wound to the chest. He later died. Detectives are asking anyone with information to. Give them a call. The city of Seattle is reminded contractors to keep the sidewalk safe inaccessible during construction, especially for those in wheelchairs. Komo's Patrick Lynch has more from downtown at fourth and university. There is no ramp for wheelchairs, and it's concerns like this have those with disabilities, outraged, Anita Erskine says, too often construction sites aren't designed to accommodate disabilities. House are unsafe in and of itself. But the fact that we add construction, barriers to that and things where I may have to stop suddenly on a hill that I may not be able to do that. And therefore this poses a huge danger to not just me that anyone out there are fifty seven hundred construction projects citywide now for first time offenders. It is just a warning. Second time offenders, a five hundred dollar fine per day and for contractors who continue with a work stoppage. Patrick Quinn, KOMO news. Olympia city council has voted to spend a million dollars on a new homeless shelter the site on Martin way east was perch. By the city last year. And a lot of neighbors support the shelter. But they say there needs to be better communication with the community. It's another instance where our neighborhood has not been informed. And despite having come forward several times, and being assured that we would know the plans, they would come out that, man, Dan, he spoke with the Olympia in the paper reports funding comes from voter-approved sales tax increase Puyallup bar. Just had its liquor license suspended after investigators say the owner was dealing illegal drugs. They're a state liquor and cannabis board has suspended Johnny's bar, and girls license for at least one hundred eighty days. This is the first emergency suspension. The board has issued this year. There were only four in all of last year. New research from the university of Washington is set to offer proof that the legal cannabis market is not only strong. It's making inroads against pots black market. More from komo's Brian Calvert. Researchers looked at specimens gathered between December of twenty thirteen in December of two thousand sixteen time when there was also a spike in cannabis sales. The conclusion. Was clear as Dr Dan, Burr, guard in his words, quote, this is the strongest statement possible regarding displacement of the illegal market. So where exactly did the evidence come from? Wastewater samples from around the state showed an average nine percent increase per quarter in the amount of THC in what we leave behind this coincides with a dramatic rise in cannabis sales. Burghard guard says it establishes longtime cannabis users, very quickly switched from back door deals to the state's legal cannabis market. Brian Calvert, KOMO news. Komo news time eight ten knots. Time to get to the Harley exterior sports desk with Tom hutler of offense erupted for eight runs. Martha guns Allah's gave up just two runs over six two-thirds innings Mariners devoted a series sweep beating Kansas City, eight to yesterday at T mobile park, Domingo's, Santana carried the big bet three hits, including two homers and five is now the t- with baseball's worst record. The Baltimore Orioles who've lost eight in a row come to town to start a four game series. Tonight ahead of the us, women's national soccer team World Cup match against Sweden today. Coach Jill discussed the need to lock in solely on today's game. I think you've already seen. Focus on opera fullness and play to the level that we can, then I think we are challenging and a handful for any team we play. So it's, it's you can't hand pick who you wanna play in this tournament team in front of you becomes the priority. And then beyond that. I mean, there's multiple scenarios here. So, you know for us and for players literally is about one game at a time. Game starts at noon against Sweden in France as the both those teams will advance to the knockout round NBA draft tonight as New Orleans, we'll get the first pick it would shock everybody in the NBA world if they did not choose. Oops dukes. Zion Williamson, but see style of the huskies hope, to be a first round, and a couple of zags, Brandon Clark, Maura are predicted ago as lottery pick sports at ten and forty past each hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies, KOMO news. Komo news time eight eleven. A white center woman who was raped says months later, she was beaten by the same man, I can scream. I couldn't breathe. I was going to die in front of my kid. It was a man who had once ripped apart a white center woman's life last weekend. He returned and attacked her again. Do you feel let down by the criminal Justice system by our state by our prosecutors? Absolutely. She's angry at the court system after the man convicted of raping her in September tracked her down after he got out of jail saying like my mom like my mom told her my momma, and he started like whining kind of currying Francisco Ramirez was released from jail last week after serving nine months of a twelve month sentence for third degree rape. His lawyers told the judge he didn't need probation since he was immediately heading back to Mexico. But we've learned he never boarded that plane. It just baffles me how they can trust a mentally ill. Rapists, to see what he says, he's gonna do. Instead, the sheriff's office says he returned to white center to attack the woman he's now on the run. We're doing everything. In our power to try to find the suspect. So we have deputies and detectives, and then all of the public keeping an eye out for this guy, the head of our regions immigrations and customs enforcement office or ice says that second attack could have been prevented had King County, not had laws in place making it illegal for local police to cooperate with ice. I think that this was a largely preventable, and was just it's regrettable that we didn't have the opportunity to properly engage this person while he was detained by King County, and perhaps taken him into custody of or over own back from King County on their policies when it comes to ice now can no longer ask the people, they arrest, whether they're here, legally, I also heard that the county has barred ice agents from accessing databases as well as jail registries in white center. Jennifer Sullivan, KOMO news. We'll get to our.
"white center" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Through over. If it were doing. That's pretty good line though. The card says, yeah, no does. It's it's actually a beautiful font. So you got that raised, you know, you kind of put the gold on Zee, touch it feels very fancy that's from an anonymous man spoke at the forum, that's courtesy of q thirteen news and in white center. They've actually seen your words ring in my my head Mike Lewis they've actually seen overall drop in crime since they started the emphasis patrols, we're we're puzzling. This thirty days, Mike is elections. Open seats major Howard from the King County sheriff's office suck to thirteen. News community today is much safer. It's much more family friendly. It's not as edgy or as greedy as it used to be haven't. They. Seven days of of an emphasis patrol boat in happening. So that's a little bit out of context when he was talking about is that white center has become on sixteenth avenue has become an if you haven't been down that you really should every restaurant tour in Seattle recognized. What was going on in white center at in Burien and immediately have have set up shop down there? So it's actually become kind of this great restaurant row that ten years ago did not exist. That's what he's referring to. Yeah. And there is some good news out of white Senate. They are saying that during the emphasis patrol is getting better I have twenty eight years in the community so much safer much, more family friendly. It's not as gritty one of the Howard said. No. We just heard that. And they did put the synthesis patrol in there. So they are talking about that as well. As what Mike was saying role. Smith is a longtime landlord in the air. I think it's a little bit unfair that white center. Still kinda gets that reputation. Yeah. I used to live near white center. I liked my home there. The the funny. The thing about white center is this that when I first got to Seattle in two thousand I don't know maybe two thousand one I ended up doing a story on white center because white center desk was really that was when might send it was really doing very very poorly. And none of these restaurants that moved down there. No, no new apartments. No anything and white center. Kept asking to be incorporated in the cities that had bordered it every I remember, no one would really return their calls. I'm sorry. We're busy that weekend. Maybe another time, and then white center started developing in a con me and the situation it got cute and the situation reversed and everybody said, you know, what white center about that deal? Like, we'd love to incorporate you this this. They had a bad balance. And I did the numbers they hit a bad balance on tax base versus service demands. And the service demands were very high the tax base was very low that is not true anymore. We lived in south park. And but we used to say people say where you live up urinary. Oh, you wouldn't claim any kind of Burien area? Also, white said or no, no, no, no. We don't not white center. So is it south park. Let's might be south. But south park is incorporated in city Seattle does get the benefits there in white center is unincorporated. So so that was the problem in a kept asking like somebody. Please incorporates my favorite headline from this week about white center. It first one is white center sees crime dropped during the emphasis patrol. Then the second headline is white center keeps getting gayer. Okay. So you connecting the two some out. No just does how. And then the next one is biscuit on sixteenth avenues. Well. Absolutely. So the neighborhoods looking up, and then there is this this story about the emphasis patrol. Does anyone doubt that when there's more cops hanging out than area that people move that the criminals move we were talking about this during the break that sometimes the job in fighting crime is moving crime. I don't doubt that people said, wow, I would a day without my car being. Vandalized or my Bill as a business owner. I wanted we didn't. Hey, where's the shoplifters? It's like the the Halloween candy candidates. Hey, we're not getting trick or treaters. We didn't get any shoplifters today. I don't doubt this work. You know? Absolutely. I mean, that's part of the reason that that some police departments have switched back in Seattle PD is low on officers at this particular point have switched back to a lot more foot patrol work because it's not because that makes anyone particularly happy except the citizenry because they like seeing police out there. They like seeing the cars parked in the neighborhoods. They feel like that is always like people who are going to do something bad see that. And maybe they're just gonna do something bad.
"white center" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Warriors up one zero six to ninety nine three twenty three to go fourteen to shoot inbound drain on at the top hands for Klay Thompson now over to Durant. Watts by Galadari leaves a hurry up south of Beverly in his grill drives into the foul line right handed water blocked by Beverly when the fact cycle recovery here. Cubs LA doubt, seven Williams, hesitates on etc. Now runs in autumn prize up one fifteen foot or bad, John. No, good rebound. He was getting shot at expecting to hear the whistle. And because of the quality of the shot. He didn't get the whistle. Curry splits. With a right hand off the glass and good what? Eight ninety nine job I go green for LA drives baseline right shutout by Catala thought back out to Beverly who recovered it often to flex. Now, he picks up the dribble tries to handle Williams and a foul called Durant as he tried to go over the top of the screen third Bala grants. Two shots coming for LA as the preserve the bonus started good foul back now and try to fight over the top literally was fighting over the top in the white center jump certain when you're forty six feet from the basket go under let them make the hand off tried to muscle his way in there and just going to give him a little bit late McLeod. Maybe like ten seconds. Puts Patrick Beverley on the line for their. To those for these seventy eight percent shooter is at the light a career high for attempts this year fixed. The I two clippers hit a hundred there down my name thirty seven play alternating, his young guys. Now. Shame back on the four for guilty salads Zander. Beverly at the line to the right only four four the series. The second one around it out as I miss rebound. Tipped the live to curry. Here comes Golden State with two and a half to go up by another oftentimes overlooked Bank. Steph curry one of the best rebounding guards in the NBA got ten tonight, the twelve points, the ran out I tend to shoot against Galadari runs with the dollar into the corner. But curry for three well short economic trying to catch. It lost it.
Rape charge filed against man accused of raping Seattle woman by posing as Uber driver
"The man accused of posing as a rideshare driver and raping. A woman was officially charged today with first degree rape police say Israel Ramos picked up the woman from bar in Ballard in December. And then drove her to white center where he assaulted her. And then drove her home Ramos was arrested earlier this month after a family member recognized him from surveillance video court papers show Ramos's poses a rideshare driver on at least three occasions that can county sheriff's office is investigating very most for two other potential
"white center" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"Glad we had just Weeden his wife come forward and talk about his way that he cheated on her in the way that he kind of was a predator on on on some younger women so bidding go on bitch about sorry. The review that I found was saying that was taking the the very like very extreme position of that all Hedera sexual Sex's rape because of the power differential between women. No, it was some it was somebody else. I don't remember. Yes, we her famous. Yeah. But it was it was building off as and therefore like firefly was a patch show because it's showed Walsh having you know. Married sex. And and so that was a sort of thing where like when I found that as a baby feminist like I did have an internal meter because I know literally could assumed to be like, wow, this a little bit crazy. But I also looked at like, I look at the people who are learning about feminism now and how it's really hard to navigate that that ground of like, okay? How do I be more sensitive who do I listen to because there's so many different voices? I know you can't listen to that person. You can't listen to that person. No artists in this area is good right? Sort of thing. It seems to me that what your calling for here. It is a conversation that a lot of progressive white people must be I actually have thought about culture, problematic culture and people of color. But then when it gets you, but. It it feels like to me the thing that you're talking about is a is a process that happens a lot of time just internally individual like newly woke quite person. And also in these fairly narrow. Self defined communities of on online feminist. Yeah, in, and I think that the reason I also specify white people is that every time I see discussion about problematic culture in whether or not we should consume it. I'm reminded of something that a friend of mine who's block said, which is that those conversations are almost always about white people whether or not a well-meaning white person could consume it because people of color and other March is people have had no other choice, but to consume problematic culture for most of the history of this country. Like, they don't have the luxury being. For instance, rap music that has a lot of problematic stuff, that's their music. Yeah. And it's like, I don't I don't. Yeah. Yeah. It's problematic. Sure. But it's also the thing that is there. Yeah. Right. And it's the the quandary of like will they finally got movie starring black leads that were successful, right and stuff and the ones like media. Yeah. You get the. Like, the Black Panther superhero movie that finally does well and stuff. And so there's the sense that like, oh, you probably shouldn't call it problematic in any way. Because Hollywood might look at that. And or I would I would say when sort of the message that I got from that conversation was it's not so much. We shouldn't call it out as problematic. It's that win your cultural consumption is so narrowly defined because you just it. Most of the culture is not for you, you either consuming things that are not for you and have to kind of blow by problematic because you already understand that this is this is a a film that is like hetero normative. This is a film that is white center. This is a film that has all centered on people that aren't you? But you want to go to the movies. So yeah, you're going to consume it..
"white center" Discussed on KOMO
"Athletes could have something big to look forward to next season. I knew Bill when the state legislature would allow our state's college athletes should be paid. If passed the Bill would make it a violation to ban Washington students from being paid to punish school. It would also allow student athletes to get an agent which is currently not allowed by the NCWA. Supporters say the NC double A is a multi billion dollar organization, and it's time student athletes get their fair share all this money come into the system. But none of it ever goes the players. It's not allowed to go to the players. Even though they are the ones responsible for, you know, well over ninety percent to the value of the college force enterprise. We reached out to the NCAA four response. But haven't heard back new logic says it still reviewing the legislation. That's komo's Mary nam. King County sheriff's deputy is expected to recover after being injured by a hit and run driver in white center. It happened yesterday afternoon after the deputies showed up at the Safeway on twenty eighth avenue south west to investigate a shoplifting report deputies say Khalil. Kimberly, and David Irving had stolen some either items and tried to flee, but they hit the deputies car head on seriously, injuring his leg. The two are still on the run federal workers affected by the government shutdown may be eligible for unemployment benefits. The state employment security department website has information specifically for federal workers and lets them know they can apply for unemployment benefits either online or over the phone to use this system, you will respond to questions using the touch pad of your phone. The website says federal workers should not list strike lockout or fired as reason for not working. Instead, they should report it as a lack of work. The department also says in most cases, it's faster to file your initial application. Online eligibility is determined on a case by case basis and a woman who lost a leg in the Boston marathon bombing is back in the hospital after being hit by a car Sunday. Adrian Hasslet posted a photo of herself on Instagram saying she's in a neck brace and awaiting surgery after being hit by a car Saturday night in. In boston. The driver was cited for failing to stop for a pedestrian in marked crosswalk. He says he didn't see Hasslet because it was dark and rainy. Amazon is Pauline bath mats and doormats imprinted with scriptures from the Koran this after the council on American Islamic relations complained to the online retail giant that the mats are offensive because the writings that are holy to Muslims would be stepped on or otherwise disrespected by customers. The products were available through a third party seller. Amazon removed them from the website on Friday care said they'd appreciates Amazon's prompt action. But since last week it's gotten complaints about similar products on Amazon, including toilet seats. Firefighters on Puyallup. South hill are trying to figure out what sparked a house fire. This happened at one hundred thirty fourth and bath road. The residents were away at the time that the flames broke out their pets died in the fire. There's a new baby at woodland park zoo. It is the baby tree kangaroo. He just emerged from his mother's pouch for the first time. A good sign is growing more independent in time. He'll leave his mom's pouch for good. Of course. Until that happens to will stay behind the scenes, though, out of public view. Komo news time five oh nine from ABC. News, Tech Trends. Some Alex stone CAS twenty nineteen getting underway in Las Vegas and this year, unique focus on disaster recovery every year CAS the big annual Consumer Electronics Show shows of big new TV's and gadgets, but this year Dana woman at the tech blog and gadget says here's an interesting growing category CBS's focusing on this year centered around so-called resilience tech that helps communities either prevent or recover from things like natural disasters tack that helps emergency preparedness. It can be systems to secure networks. Order prepare residents for earth. Quakes? It comes after the country was impacted by hurricanes and wildfires in two thousand eighteen the weightier themes that we expect to see at the show joining a couple other really serious themes that we've seen making Michaud not just wacky gadgets and TV's like it was not so. Long ago. With Tech Trends, I'm Alex stone. ABC news. Komo news time five ten head for the Harley exterior sports desk with Tom hutler. Clemson nicollet football playoff national champion for the second time in three years after a forty four to sixteen route of Alabama and I want saw that coming Trevor Lawrence three hundred forty seven yards three touchdowns. Bama. Head coach Nick Sabin said the crimson tide could have had more on the board if they'd executed better in the red zone. We didn't finish drives in the red zone because we got right back in a game. Now. I mean, we've had the ball down her three times and didn't score a point score point. Goal more than four hundred four thousand twice the bone one yard line. So I mean this game could have been a little different. If would have finished things a little better. But they didn't forty four sixteen the final husky cornerback. Byron Murphy yesterday announced he'll leave school early to enter the NFL draft. After being a first team all Pac twelve selection. He receives a second round grade from the NFL college advisory committee and was expected to leave despite having just completed as Richard sophomore year. Final AP college football poll shows Clemson at the top in Alabama at Ohio State, Washington state finishes in the top ten at number ten. The huskies at number thirteen. College hoops, Mike Hopkins Jody Wynn men's and women's basketball coach for the huskies tonight at six on the coach's show sports at ten forty past each hour. Tom hutler on the home of the huskies. Komo news. Komo news time five eleven. There's a silver lining from Sunday's big windstorm neighbors, helping Kirkland woman when she needed it the most and komo's Michelle Esteban revisits. What's happening now wanted to come back out we found Erica will kill right where she was Sunday. Inner yard figuring out her next move. So many people out loving me and calling me and word spread quickly in this Kirkland neighborhood that her house was split in half by giant Doug fir and as fast as the tree came down. Neighbors like Evelyn and Pam rushed in to help. I think. I don't even know all those helping hand salvaged and cleaned. What was safe to do inside? The tree's been and debris hauled away the holes in the roof for now protected with a tarp, and Eric is being housed and fed by neighbors and family. Do I had no clue but stepping inside the only home she's known for fifty one years it hits her out. No. But I have lots of neighbors friends. Wonderful. Wonderful to be the hard part. Now, she's in a holding pattern. The tree can only be removed by crane cutting it up without that support could damage the house more the seventy eight year old is hoping kindness will strike again. Enter tree cutter, we'll find Ukraine soon. It's a scattered believe tomorrow's gonna be better. Tomorrow is gonna be wonderful at crane so important because her house is not safe to live in until this tree is gone. And from what we've learned cranes really hard to come by. We'll get to your traffic and weather here just about a minute. I the maker of shingle wrecks and the shingles vaccine that's in short supply around the nation is offering reassurances now that complaints about shortages are starting to come from congress, Dr Freedland, a vice president of Glasgow. Glaxo Smith Kline says, the problem is shingles is common and demand for shingles is high given that it's so common and that they're such great demand for the vaccine, we are experiencing some shortages in doctor's offices pharmacies..
"white center" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"Okay. So you know, I love to be in the kitchen, love the cook. My one weakness I think is with desert the one problem that I have with desserts happens to deal with the frosting and the icing, the decoration presentation. All of that. I try a lot of recipes at home for my own frosting and icing, but they never seem to work for the icing. Tried that powdered sugar with milk and vanilla thing. It always comes out runny gloppy gooky and then I try the cream cheese. One in the mixer also doesn't look what happens to the cream cheese one. It never really become spreadable. Like I always even though I keep it at room temperature, I always feel like it's still clumps up and never has a great consistency. And the taste is always just not there. So how can I make really good frostings in ice things at home? I agree with you. Powdered sugar icing pretty off. Yeah, really? Sometimes you can like orange juice to it or something. But I, I don't orange. They never turn out now. I don't like him chocolate frosting always works nicely because the chocolate cools it sets up. I like it Italian meringue or Swiss meringue, which means you beat egg whites, and then you heat up sugar and get a sugar hot sugar syrup. Like at two thirty nine to forty, the temperature doesn't actually matter that much and then you drizzle it on the white center beating them in the mixer for about two three minutes. And that gets you a nice, fluffy frosting. That'll hold nicely just straight meringue a day or so. It's not that hard to do, but do you have another? No, I was just gonna say the boiled frosting which is sort of similar valves, egg whites, which is sugar water egg whites vanilla and cream of tartar. But the thing about the Italian. So you add the sugar syrup to the whites. There's also the Swiss where you heat up the sugar in f- whites in it about one sixty. Those are a little tricky. You want an easier recipe for frosting is sue. That's where I would prefer to start. Kind of build it. My confidence then start working with something a little bit more advanced, the cream cheese frosting though. That's gonna give you a good texture, and that's going to hold really well to. Okay. And I wonder if maybe that's more technique issue with me and not maybe really knowing how to work with my of a hand mixer or stand mixer standing exter- in what happened..
"white center" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"It's like, you don't have, you know, and they kinda know they sorta, no, you put white center. I'm like, what. That's weird. Yeah. And so. Anyway. So I figured out today, you know, I bought Canadian bacon. So regular bacon, she doesn't really like bacon. She's already like health conscious and she's like, I don't wanna eat too much of, you know this and that. And so anyway, I got Canadian bacon and she loved it and she kept putting eggs on the Canadian bacon. I'm like, okay, there we go. I figured out a way for her. Yeah, right. The other thing too. Sometimes she'll want a piece of toast with the egg and she'll eat it in combination. Okay. Figured out ways to get her to eat some eggs in the morning, which is huge because now now now she has more options. I can make her French toast. I can make pancakes. I know that she's her eggs and have a glass of milk with it too. And it's like, man would a huge difference that is we, we really kind of counterbalance and counteracted this giant thing sugar that she was wanting automo- night. How have you noticed that the kids demeanor has changed throughout the day if you feed them? Good breakfast. So notice that. But yeah, yeah, no, it's it's huge. It's it's a huge difference. I mean, they're going off to school a lot of times, but sometimes on the weekend, I'll cook breakfast for them to what I noticed is that they're not hungry. So you know, we were just like any other American family. We, we've allowed our kids to eat whatever. Whenever here in there right when if my kids go out to eat and we have dinner. Let's say like five o'clock or something like that. And let's say that they have. They have the worst things ever to for children like these kids. They need to be outlawed. Percent? Yeah, honest. And why is there? First of all? Why is kids food? Yeah. Yeah, human food, human being a different portions don't need their category of food known. What's sad is infants. Do not cannot right. Yeah. Yeah. Like you said, it's it's crap food and you can. It's in my opinion. You look at it from a business standpoint, it's just a straight profitability because carbs are so much cheaper than protein, and and so it's like, oh, I mean, like, you know, what is ten cups of rice costs, Chinese restaurant, like forty, five cents. Yeah, you know, as much as you want, and that's really, I think, what it comes down to these kids menus. They're not gonna eat it anyway. We'll make it a little bit cheaper if my kids have like a grilled cheese sandwich. And usually the option for carbohydrates come with the grilled cheese sandwich is French fries. So my kids, you know, they might have a grilled cheese sandwich and French fries. First of all, it's not a meal that doesn't really represent food that much. I mean, just five grams of protein. It's just credit card. Yeah, just kinda just kinda crap, you know, and it's responsible as a parent. I think that as a parent, you should be kinda pissed that your kids eating that you should look at it and be like, okay, this is hopefully as a one time thing and we need to get. We need to get this in check or if we're doing this once a week, it's a different story doing it. Once a month is a different story. If it's not part of the norm and it's a different story and that's fine because he wanted kids to be kids and you want them to kind of do their own thing and not feel weird about the food. They're eating all the time, but the what I've noticed from them as. They'll eat that like five o'clock, right? It'll be five thirty. We came home from a restaurant, whatever, or even six or so. And like, what are we having for dinner? And I'm like, just like you just ate and but they didn't get any nutrients. They get anything that they needed. They got nothing of what they needed. And so that there, of course, they're hungry again, that's what causes obesity. Obesity is a nutrient deficient disease you would think it'd be the opposite? Yeah, you'd think you'd think the nutrients would be an abundance and that's what we're having. That's the problem that's facing America. Today was facing a lot of children..
Prosecutors charge suspect in double murder in White Center
"A young woman who consumed alcohol at this party and suffered some significant affects the police department says it will continue to support the victim of wealthy personal and professional level one woman a two men under arrest after a thirteen year old girl was assaulted and cal adersson park tuesday night seattle police said he witnessed a fight involving several people officer track three people who had fled the scene including a nineteen year old woman an eighteen year old man and an eighteen year old man police believe the victim was targetted but it's not clear why a 26yearold auburn man turned himself over to police after evading arrest in connection with two murders in white cetera january the details were goes eric heintz snow buchanan was charged monday with two counts of murder in the shootings of paul to pia and jose garcia junior outside tear it ice cafe in the early morning hours of january six he was also charged with unlawful possession of a firearm core record save buchanan additionally was charged with felony violation of a.