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"yakima county" Discussed on KOMO
"Eight car. Unfortunately, only one of the 73 firefighters who did battle here was hurt. Suffering a burned hand. The fire started just before 6 p.m. Shooting flames up toward hillside homes with views ofthe possession sound and would be island. There were giant embers coming down. I mean, what I just took down it was about the size of a basketball. I can't believe how big they were. Mason Rutledge and his Grand Avenue neighbors doused their homes with garden hoses. None of them suffered major damage. But here at the apartment complex to buildings containing dozens of unoccupied units are reduced to rubble. In average, Corwin Heiko Manu, now to the pandemic, record setting numbers of new Corona virus cases in this state, have raised the possibility that Washington may take a giant step backwards. Elmo's Brian Calvert has the update. Governor Inslee told us all yesterday he's reducing social gatherings to just five people, even in counties at Phase two. It's his response to a new record 1267 new cases of Covert 19 reported yesterday alone here in Washington, Pierce County and J B lm also set covert 19 records, he warned. We may soon experience what's happening in the South. Those communities air having to bring in refrigerated trucks for people who lost their lives. Because of the onslaught of this pandemic, hoping to prevent that Insley then threatened if individuals each of us Do not adhere to mask wearing do not here to social distancing do not adhere to these limitations on gatherings. Today's rollbacks, maybe a forerunner. Two additional roll back, including re closing the state and re issuing mandatory stay at home orders for all counties. Brian Calvert camo. Neither is some improvement to talk about the in one of the hardest hit counties in comas, Patrick Quinn reports from Yakima County, the small Eastern Washington County was making national headlines the highest rate of Cove in 19 transmission on the West Coast. Now it's a model for progress. What we're seeing is a huge success. Lillian Bravo with the Yakima County Health District knows the numbers is nearly every other county across the state is trending down. Yakama is improving in the last month, according to the Department of Health. Yakima County went from 722 461 cases for 100,000 residents. What's changed, Governor James Lee imposed a mask mandate and Yakima bought in these efforts they work. Coming up on the co Mo. Morning news. I'm Frank Lindsay. Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson is challenging an affordable care act rule added by the Trump administration. They're not welcomed by local and state leaders. But federal security officers aren't going anywhere anytime soon. In Portland time. Carleen Johnson 7 34 Good time to check the drive every 10 minutes on the forwards. We do this and here's John Nelson. Yeah, we are looking at some wet roads and slick driving conditions, and I have several problems throughout the morning commute. We still.
Washington Governor shuts bars and restaurants after rise in coronavirus cases in young people
"State's Paws on reopening will continue for at least another two weeks in comas, Ryan Harris tells us, the governor says. Spread of the Corona virus might force us backward. Governor James Lee says That pause will go on until July 28 that it includes an elimination of live music and bar top service and that there is a significant chance we could see more rollbacks like California and other states. The governor also says it's possible any rollbacks could come before July 28. We simply cannot and will not accept a situation where hospitals are overwhelmed, and the scenes that we were seeing today in Florida and Arizona should not be repeated in Spokane and Tacoma. Says. Numbers like the rates of new infections and hospitalizations, air rising steadily much, he says, blamed on too many people gathering or having close contact, and that's what's driving his decisions. He says The state is seeing a significant increase in the number of cases in young people, especially in their twenties. But that masking and distancing appear to be driving numbers down in Yakima County, so he hopes that message will be heated across the state.
"yakima county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Mike Clifford. The day after California officials revealed the number of deaths related to corona virus in the state had passed seven thousand the governor there. Gavin newsom said Monday. He's requiring all counties to close restaurants, movie, theaters, family, entertainment, centers, wineries, zoos and bars indoor service. That is from deadline. They report California had more than eight thousand new cases reported the state over the past twenty four hours. The fourteen day trends showed only a slightly lower number. And The Washington Post reports a White House effort to undermine Dr. Anthony Fauci has drawn rebukes public health experts, scientists and democratic politicians who argue it is dangerous for the trump administration to disparage a highly respected government, infectious disease expert as a coronavirus continues to exact a heavy toll on the nation. A group of Latino. Washingtonians are suing Yakima County, its election structure are take off reports, they say the county's reaction to the pandemic exposes why the system needs to be reformed. countywide voting gives the slight white majority in the area control with only one Latino ever serving that commission two decades ago. Latino residents say the system disenfranchises them Banji Jaguar. Galore is a plaintiff and former council member of sunnyside located. In the Yakima Valley. We call it a democracy if we know in advance and none of our. Our preferred candidates will ultimately be elected. Democracy means government of the people by the people or the people all the people. The Yakima County Commission was given six months to work on changing the system or face a lawsuit under the Washington voting. Rights Act the board of Yakima. County commissioners did not respond to a request for comment. As said in the past that they are willing to work with community members to change elections, critics of the current system want to see the county implement ranked choice voting. Spends four to five billion dollars a year on health care for low income kids, but some of the plans or.
"yakima county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Mike Clifford. The day after California, officials revealed the number of deaths related to corona in the state had passed seven thousand. The governor there Gavin Newsom, said Monday. He's requiring all counties to close a restaurants movie theaters, family, entertainment, centers, wineries, zoos and bars for indoor service. That is from deadline. They report California had more than eight thousand new cases reported in the state over the past twenty four hours. The fourteen day trends showed only a slightly lower number. And the. Washington Post reports the White House effort to undermine. Dr Anthony Fauci has drawn rebukes from public health experts, scientists and democratic politicians who argue it is dangerous for the trump administration to disparage a highly respected government, infectious disease expert as a coronavirus continues to exact a heavy toll on the nation. A group of Latino Washingtonians are suing Yakima County over its election structure are taken off reports. They say the county's reaction to the pandemic exposes why system needs to be reformed. countywide voting gives the slight white majority in the area control with only one Latino ever serving on the commission two decades ago Latino, residents say the system disenfranchises them. Benji Aguilar is a plaintiff and former council member of sunnyside located in the Yakima Valley. Can we call it the democracy it? We know in advance that none of. Of. Our preferred candidates ultimately be elected. Democracy means government of the people by the people or the people. All the people. The Yakima County Commission was given six months to work on changing the system or face a lawsuit under the Washington. Voting Rights Act the board of Yakima. County commissioners did not respond to a request for comment, but as said in the past that they are willing to work with community members to change elections, critics of the current system wants to see the county.
"yakima county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Clifford The day after California officials revealed, the number of deaths related to corona virus in the state, had passed seven thousand. The governor there Gavin newsom said Monday. He's requiring all counties to close. Their restaurants will be theaters, family, entertainment, centers, wineries, zoos and bars for indoor. That is from deadline. They report California had more than eight thousand new cases reporting the state over the past twenty four hours. The fourteen day trends showed only a slightly lower number. And The Washington Post reports White House effort to undermine Dr Anthony Fauci has drawn rebukes, public health experts, scientists and democratic politicians who argue it is dangerous for the trump administration to disparage a highly respected government, infectious disease expert as a coronavirus continues to exact a heavy toll on the nation. A group of Latino? Washingtonians are suing Yakima County over. Its election structure are taken off. Reports say the county's reaction to the pandemic exposes why the system needs to be reformed. countywide voting gives the slight white majority in the area control with only one Latino ever serving on the commission two decades ago Latino residents say system disenfranchises them. Ben Jaguar is a plaintiff and former council member of sunnyside located in the Yakima Valley. We call it a democracy if we know in advance, none of a preferred. Preferred candidates will ultimately be elected. Democracy means government on the people by the people or the people. All the people. The Yakima County Commission was given six months to work on changing the system or face a lawsuit under the. Washington Voting Rights Act the board of Yakima County. Commissioners did not respond to a request for comment, but said in the past that they are willing to work with community members to change elections. Critic of the current system wants to see the county implement ranked choice voting. California spends four to five billion dollars a year on health care for low-income kids, but some of the plans or falling down on the job. That's according to a new.
"yakima county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And bars for indoor service. That is from deadline. They report California had more than eight thousand new cases reporting the state over the past twenty four hours. The fourteen day trends showed only a slightly lower number. And The Washington. Post reports the white. House effort to undermine Dr Anthony Fauci has grown rebukes from public health experts, scientists and democratic politicians who argue it is dangerous for the trump administration to disparage a highly respected government, infectious disease expert as a coronavirus continues to exact a heavy toll on the nation. A group of Latino Washingtonians are suing Yakima County over its election structure are take off reports, they say the county's reaction to the pandemic exposes why system needs to be reformed. countywide voting gives the slight white majority in the area control with only one Latino ever serving on that commission two decades ago. Latino residents say the system disenfranchises them. Jaguar is and former council member of sunnyside located in the Yakima Valley. Can we call it a democracy it we in advance that none of our preferred candidates. Candidates will ultimately be elected. Democracy means government of the people by the people for the people. All the people. The Yakima County Commission was given six months to work on changing the system or face a lawsuit under the Washington Voting Rights Act the board of Yakima County Commissioners, did not respond to a request for comment, but as said in the past that they are willing to work with community members to change elections, critics of the current system wants to see the county implement ranked choice voting. California's spends four to five billion dollars a year on health care for low income. Kids put some of the plans are falling down on the job. That's according to a new report out today. Suzanne Potter researchers from the nonprofit children now's a forty percent of medical health plans. Don't meet minimum standards and seventy percent. Don't do enough to ensure. Parents can access care for their kids. Mike O.. Day with children now says some counties have better plans available than others. That fundamentally means that where child lives plan. They're enrolled determines whether or not they get the care they need the way it should work. Is that every child in medical gets the care that they need.
Seattle health officials say we must still continue to work to contain spread of coronavirus
"State health officials don't like the latest Koven numbers, they're saying they say transmission rates are on the rise throughout the state. Home was Nick Pop him talk with King County's top health official doctor Geoff Duke, in less than 5% of our population has been affected by this virus. It's gonna pose an ongoing long term risk to US. Health experts want that number to be below one, which is what we're seeing in Yakima County, where the transmission rate is at 10.8. But according to the Institute of Disease Modeling transmission is likely to increase everywhere else. And it's recent situation report idea, MES said. Quote. The seven day average of new cases now exceeds the peak set in early March. Cases air increasing fastest among individuals under 40 years of age across the state. Which can be seen not only at U dub with that recent outbreak, but in Mary's Ville, where Snohomish Health District shut down a daycare after 10 confirmed cases of the virus were found in staff and Children at the facility. And the county Health District says most of those confirmed cases have come from the Children there. With transmission rates still above one. Doctors say the virus can continue to spread and potentially reach high risk individuals, which in a couple weeks time could lead to more hospitalizations and potentially more
"yakima county" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Mountains. Yakima County continues to see a desperate situation with hospitals already above capacity. The health care system because of covert 19 infections is so stressed that there is no room at the hospital. Yeah, about county Governor Easley says the threat is not just in Yakima County. What? The latest report from the Institute for Disease Modeling in Bellevue, showing the all important are not number how many other people are infected from each individual case? Has now risen above one, both in eastern and western Washington. And, he says that puts all of us in the danger zone. As for our weather should be warm and dry until the weekend when more showers are predicted 74 degrees in downtown Seattle at 605 I'm Diane. Why they're stream Cairo Radio at home on your smart speakers. Cairo Radio at my northwest dot com Cairo Radio Your first source to know and understand Corona virus. All right. Here we go. Everybody, by the way, be. It feels like a Friday off tomorrow, the alibi of all up by him. I'm going there to tear down statues. Alibi. What Alabama ever do, Teo. All right, sully to come in here. You bet. Don't wave that exciting is going to give too much to give this guy and what's coming in. All right, Kelly, John, you want to do any good in Alabama tone down a statue? Saving. You want to get back crowd just screaming and yelling. All right, Alabama rolled in with its experience, like Gosh, Sally, speaking of weird experience, I'm gonna play for you. This is from John June 17th. And what you are hearing are a bunch of people blocking I five traffic backed way up. To North gate and this picture is taken right near like Mercer's that listen to this. There must be. I don't know 10,000 cars, 5000 cars. Stop sitting there one police car, and there's a bunch of people that are unemployed and nothing better to do. Blocking a major freeway and The amazing thing to me is No one's honking their horns. They're all just sitting there in their cars while this rabble blocks the highway question for you silly. Why is the state trooper not doing something? Well, because they've state Patrol has made a change in their tactics when it comes to dealing.
"yakima county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"For this treatment in Yakima county that means that patients are having to be shipped by air ambulance outside of Yakima county to sell in other places protests against police brutality against blacks continue like this one in Berkeley California as anger continues to run high over recent instances of police involved deaths in Louisville one of the officers involved in the shooting death of Brianna Taylor was fired on Tuesday and in Atlanta services were held for ray shard Brooks who died during an encounter with police earlier this month in a new exclusive interview with CBS news radio house speaker Nancy Pelosi slammed former national security adviser John Bolton over his new trump tell all book I think he chose the cash register over in the country I think he was unpatriotic Pelosi criticizing Boulton for failing to appear before house investigators during the trump impeachment proceedings so is John Bolton voting for president trump or Joe Biden I I'm not gonna vote for either one and it's a it's a question of of apples and oranges it's a very bad election from my point of view at the presidential level what I'm gonna do is that right in the name of the conservative Republican leaders pulled was interviewed by CBS evening news anchor Norah o'donnell in Pasadena California some history made in a city fire house on Tuesday as KCBS TV is joy Benedict reports today we have an all female engine company running out of station thirty four for the first time in the department's one hundred and thirty three years of operation and engine company is operated by all women it's a milestone not just in scheduling but in rank actually have females that have been promoted within the department and not to fill the seats so that we could put a complement of all female firefighters on an engine company Christina to rise this is the engineer on this crew she drives the truck and has been a firefighter for nineteen years other cities such as New York of also had all female firefighting crews this is CBS news traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes that three oh three we're going to take a look downtown where ninety three southbound moving slowly over the second bridging to the o'neill tunnel with is a crippling closure o'neill tunnel north just in the tunnel two left lanes are closed you're just under the speed limit we won the northbound side work crews slow you down about halfway through the Tobin bridge all the way to the Chelsea curves airport tells moving well but the right lane is closed both ways on the Ted Williams tunnel soldiers feel road west expect delays of your past work crews Cambridge street to north Harvard street and on the pike you have delays eastbound westbound first east bound by Arlington street and then west bound in the provincial title tell the time for ninety five south bound in Rainham that work crew and clean up situation after that crashes over it looks like you're good to go there expressway north bound you down two lanes with delays from Braintree split to Squantum street ninety three south work crews by route twenty in Randolph no delay and then the ramp to route twenty four is close retreat the northbound side watch for work crews by route one thirty nine just a brief delay at this time twenty four ninety five moving well to and from the Rhode Island line north of the city one twenty eight you're down two lanes and have some delays in both directions in Endicott street in Danvers and then south bound more delays in reading between North Avenue route twenty eight no trouble on route three or four ninety five ninety three no delays but on the southbound side the left lane is closed at Montvale laugh west of the city on the pike westbound there's some work crews after the native service positive slow you down just a bit and route two west watch first set up by Jaxson Rhoden Devon's and another one in Leominster by route twelve route.
"yakima county" Discussed on KOMO
"One hundred thousand people still secretary John Huisman is concerned about its neighbor Yakima county which now has the second highest number of cold cases in the state but he says there watching both counties closely in terms of any resident in Canada tap who might have tested positive for working at it till the end yeah come up responses Benton Adams and grant counties have also seen increases in corona virus activity C. Romero komo news Dr Anthony Fauci tells a house committee he's cautiously optimistic that a vaccine for the corona virus could be ready to go by the end of the year look at the history of our diseases it is generally vaccines that put the nail in the coffin Spokane Republican Cathy McMorris Rodgers is a member of the committee in Washington state we have top researchers as well as biotech pharmaceutical innovators who continue to be at the forefront of these breakthroughs out she says there are several vaccines being developed and one of them will be tested on animals next month to come a city leaders had their first discussion about making major changes to police and public safety in that city comers Ryan Harris has more from their conversation a coma mayor Victoria Woodard says they can start by replacing the term police reform with transformation because she says they're talking about more of a total change not small changes to an existing system the other overarching theme is that they want everyone's answer to the city citizen surveys to indicate they feel safe rather than a split between those who say they don't feel safe when they don't see police and others who say they don't feel safe because they do see police city manager Elizabeth Pauly says they brought in some national experts and they work to empower communities across the country to develop and implement equitable and integrity driven public safety grounded in building trust and strengthening relationships at the mission of that group and she says what public safety looks like should be low by community and in partnership with community Ryan Harris komo news twenty three people have been arrested in connection with the riots and looting that ravaged downtown Bellevue may thirty first the police chief Steve my let's as those in jail had nothing to do with the peaceful protests organized in response to the death of George Florida stuff that happens under the guise of the protest in them and these individuals cloaking themselves it's disgusting he says more than a hundred suspects or persons of interest have also been identified colonies time eight ten and from the Harley exteriors sports desk do doll is back in Auburn tomorrow is couples bill Swarts yes a live sports event takes place in king county for the first time since mid March when the corona virus shut things down emerald downs with the ten race card tomorrow afternoon in Auburn track president Phil Ziegler says those horses have been training past several months they're all healthy and they're getting their exercise and we just once again have a great crew trainers and grooms and exercise riders to take care of them in a daily basis and we can't thank them enough for the job that they do the new season runs through October fourth there will be a twenty twenty major league baseball season the players today finally saying yes to a sixty game plan with training camp starting July first where those training camps will be held and coronavirus safety guidelines still the subject of negotiations between the league and the Players Association a quick F. B. I. investigation at Talladega superspeedway concludes NASCAR's only black Cup series driver Bubba Wallace was not the target of a hate crime photographs show a rope fashioned into a noose had been hanging in that garage stall since early fall no charges are coming sports updates attended forty after the hour bill Schwartz komo news we're all being very careful in practicing social distancing but don't.
"yakima county" Discussed on KOMO
"Requiring facial coverings in public spaces in Yakima county this is a legal requirement is not just a suggestion the governor is also looking at increasing testing and contact tracing to slow the spread in the region Seattle police continue to investigate a grisly discovery in west Seattle bags filled with human remains were found near the water in L. kite beach Friday afternoon police were notified about a suspicious bag with a file odor coming from it police found the initial bag on the beach I noticed another in the water so they widened their search it's unclear if the bags were dumped on the beach and were taken out by the tide or if they were initially in the water and then began to wash ashore a victim in a Thursday shooting at Auburn's Brandon park has died and the suspected shooter has been arrested police say the victim a forty four year old man was found with multiple gunshot wounds after officers responded to a report of a shooting Thursday evening at the park the victim was rushed to Harborview but then died of their injuries organise Tories have found human remains in a rural area near north plains believed to be a missing woman twenty year old Allison Waterson was last seen on December twenty second in north plains the last person to see her was her boyfriend Benjamin garland he is currently serving a three year prison term on charges unrelated to water since disappearance a property owner was out clearing brush on Saturday when he found the remains and to local experts say the racial violence and demonstrations going on right now in this country are affecting children psychologically more from Cuomo's Paris Jackson licensed therapist actually regarding Tony Williams a black children are experiencing a secondary trauma from what's happening around the country regarding the killing of unarmed African American men and women at the hands of police the girl who specializes in racial trauma and examines the mind body connection says these events are having psychological impacts to children's brains because are not fully developed the group says it's affecting the growth of their amygdala the part of the brain that controls emotions she says children are still learning growing and trying to figure out what they should fear and so when you're seeing these experiences it's impacting your ability to regulate your emotions were seeing children acting out as a leading distancing I don't even look was was also hold social distancing because they're annoying delays being hijacked Tony Williams says communication is the key between parents and children right now she suggests parents spend quality time and answer children how they're feeling yeah he is the same nothing is normal as much as we try to normalize what we're seeing on TV there's no way to do that because this is not normal and this is not okay Williams says parents should consider these tips for their children keep the conversation going between you and your child get outside for fresh air and stay active to balance the chemicals in the brain be conscious of what your child is eating limit screen time and keep a routine that's go most Paris Jackson reporting companies time is six forty time to go to the early exterior sports that's once again for our sports news college basketball and a top international prospects hundreds Jacquemart he's committed to Washington state the Macedonian born Jack ma's he's considered a major catch after leading the FIBA U. eighteen European championship B. in scoring at over eighteen points a game he has significant experience at the international level both against the pros and with his national team head coach Kyle Smith as for international players in the twenty two any recruiting class he was the Washington football program secured the commitment of will live to a four star recruit and a to a stand that puts me in a way that the high school that he became the third has to commit for the.
Washington state reports more than 300 new coronavirus cases
"Washington is seeing a spike in new coronavirus cases car radios Miley Katie reports yesterday was the second day in a row Washington reported more than three hundred new coronavirus cases according to the department of health twenty four thousand three hundred people statewide have been confirmed to have the virus Yakima county remains a hot spot for it with the total number of cases approaching five thousand there are one thousand one hundred seventy six known deaths in our state as of this
"yakima county" Discussed on KOMO
"In the small eastern Washington County hospitalizations due to the virus remaining forty four Tuesday in the number of on in intubated patients was twelve this according to the Yakima Herald Republic among the reasons cited for Yakima county high infection rate is the percentage of a central workers according to Yakima county development association sixty three percent of Yakima county jobs or in essential industries such as agriculture and healthcare the pandemic is because most rents in the Seattle area to stagnate Eskimos error occurrence reports the steepest drop for is for the least expensive overall in the Seattle Bellevue Everett area may asking rents for nearly the same as they were a year ago averaging a little less than nineteen hundred dollars whereas before the pandemic rents were up nearly five percent year over year asking rents include advertising discounts for prospective new tenants the biggest drop has been among the least expensive properties they're asking rents are off point eight percent compared with the year earlier to an average of fifteen hundred dollars the sale time supports rents for apartments in Renton effort were also down by as much as three point one percent error kites commute selasky airlines taking more preventive steps to deal with covert nineteen starting June thirtieth passengers will be required to fill out a health agreement during check in and verify they have exhibited symptoms the last seventy two hours customers expected to bring their own mask and and seats are blocked at middle seats are blocked and flights will be capped at sixty five percent capacity the state is revamping its plan to eliminate traffic deaths by twenty thirty with a special emphasis on diversity Shelly Baldwin the what with the Washington traffic safety commission says they've updated their target zero plans with her understanding of the cultural impacts that are happening as opposed to just looking at everything through one single lens of most the population she says five new initiatives were added including reaching out to communities of color one on one and seeking a better understanding of how socioeconomic factors affect traffic safety companies time to twenty bill dad's.
"yakima county" Discussed on KOMO
"Is meant to counter China's growing navy fleet getting word this afternoon Yakima county has eighteen confirmed cases of hepatitis a and number authorities say will likely increase in the weeks and months ahead the actor my her old Republic reporting all cases are tied to people experiencing homelessness and those using illicit drugs we saw some tension today between the once friendly leaders a man well Maccarone of France and president trump and that was as they were answering questions on the sidelines of the NATO summit in London ABC's Andy field joining us on the common Newsline an anti let's play a little of the sound this came up when the subject of ISIS fighters surface trump said many of the ISIS fighters who remain detained in the Middle East are from France Germany and Britain this is what he said then to my crown the election nice ISIS fighters everyone you want finally on the wrong from the from the from the red he's this is coming from Europe this is full full grown was not amused when the president said you would you like some nice ISIS fighters you were going to move along with the president said the president to be nice about it quite insulting to him over the day of staying with them across the bay nasty comments about NATO the president seems to be very transactional incomes tomato and even was asked well if the country is not giving as much money as you think it showed that it falls below the numbers you think it should are you going to defend them and he really didn't come right out and say yes I will some member of NATO but what he did say was well you know we have to get over to the right price and if not then they do all of economic sanctions against him but never really came out and said yes the US will defend the country that's part of the NATO alliance if they're not paying their fair share according to the president to two disagreed about the situation at all around Syria Syria and Turkey in fact one of the present chrome both France was very tough on Turkey and the president for supporting Turkey in terms of the Turkish government buying weapons from the Soviet Union when the Soviet Union is really the the main rival tomato which isn't very odd since Turkey is also in NATO but the thing that that was interesting in the present was reading that and of course came right back out as he normally does and blame someone else in this case once again blame president Obama for not selling Turkey weapons that it needed more crawl and stopped him and said no that's not true what president Obama didn't do was give them access to technology to weapons that he was worried would fall into Russian hands which now we know we might actually you better but in the case of Turkey's no dealing with Russia and also said that Turkey have the option of dealing with its NATO partners to get some of these weapons so he refused to president once again there and on a number of instances in which so extraordinary that more chrome president was one of the president trump's first gas and for a state dinner in the United States they got along famously with a big military parade in Paris when the president went there and that of course was with the president bay as his own fourth of July military extravaganza here in Washington saying that he wanted this big parade of ships and tanks on the mall for all of America to see something that they had never happened before for the July here in the United States ABC's and the field thank you so much and the also on the political front today California senator Campbell Heris is out of the presidential race the Democrats announcing the cheese suspending your campaign for presidents announcement come alive harassing her campaign just doesn't have the money to move on I'm not a billionaire I can't find my own campaign and as the campaign has gone on it is become harder and harder to raise the money we need to compete early on in the campaign here a surge in polling but had been dropping in recent months unable to find a solid message for her campaign Alex down ABC news from ABC news tech trends toys are taking a turn for the high tech just in time for the holidays Engadget is out with its list of the best gadgets for your kids this holiday season this is in a way my inner child speaking but it's more than just battery operated toys is more than just like it has struck that's editor in chief Dan a woman she says this year classics like Pictionary or getting a modern twist our readers have been really into Pictionary error which is exactly what it sounds like it's you using hand motions complete the game of Pictionary a smartphone app then tracks your motions via your phone's camera for us that seems really gimmicky but actually an inventive use of technology that adds to updates really classic game other kid friendly gadgets included toy owl called Ali it looks just about as creepy suburbia have to warn our listeners here the valley has a trick up its sleeve the head of this thing pops open out slides this little helicopter drone with tech trends I'm sherry Preston ABC news for twenty years Jim just go with our propellants earns money update stocks fell sharply today pushed down once again by concerns about the U. S. China trade situation president trump said the trade war could drag on until after next year's election the Dow industrials tumbled two hundred eighty points the nasdaq composite slid forty seven of the S. and P. five hundred dropped to twenty on a day with a lot of stocks in the red shares of lands and the surge twenty one percent the apparel retailers posted much better than expected per share net of eleven cents and also issued full year guidance that was slightly above analysts' estimates that's your money now money news at twenty and fifty past the hour will have your commute conditions coming.
"yakima county" Discussed on KOMO
"Kisi shrill Peru with the Yakima county sheriff's office says they've seen the fake bills there and they've been linked to a series of recent deaths in the area as I know yes people are using it for either using it for pain relief being warned that the easy access and the lower price for the counterfeits will likely come at a much higher cost police definitely want to know if you come across these pills Brian Calvert como nears former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz posted an announcement on his website this morning he will likely come as a relief to many Democrats details now from Cuomo's Carlene Johnson showed says he will not run for president in twenty twenty ending is exploration of an independent run against president Donald Trump was back in January shell said he was seriously considering an independent run for the White House this interview on CNN the real story here is that the American people are looking for and longing for a second alternative to the two party system that is broken dysfunctional revenge politics every day not many Democrats urged him not to run word that a third party candidate would strip votes away from the Democrats eventual nominee and result in a trump second term in the post this morning Shultz writes my belief in the need to reform our two party system is not wavered but I've concluded that an independent campaign. for the White House is not how I can best serve our country at this time Carly Johnson come on news a man is dead this morning after crashing his R. V. in Bellevue there's a fifty two year old man who was driving a Winnebago eased down on south east twenty sixth street and something happened he lost control of the Winnebago he drove straight through the intersection at Westlake slams parkway south east and crashed to the Winnebago the man was ejected at during the accident begin black ability police as they don't know why the man crash no other vehicles were involved in the accident eleven oh four now como Tripoli traffic we check it every ten minutes on the force here's gear Jordan well we've been working with a long term Stalin Seattle north bound ninety nine approaching the tunnel that's been taking up the right bus late number. yeah I think we might still be walking in the area it's kind of hard to tell but I can tell you is that you are looking at a very heavy drive as you're making your way from whole gate toward the end of the tunnel now north at nine five that is slow most of the way from al broke to the ship canal bridge. northbound four oh five that has a heavy drive from the valley freeway to about sunset I'm seeing a little bit of crowding on south down four or five around forty fourth also want to mention slow down south south and I five right now around the five curve and we've had this long term crash that's been causing about a mile back up heading south bound on east lake semanas parkway approaching forty third our next come much traffic at eleven fourteen canticle forecasts with subway made it to the end of the work week in her Friday some great weather go along with it hi temps today in the low eighties even some upper seventies.
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"Karaoke C. shrill Peru with the Yakima county sheriff's office says they've seen the fake bills there and they've been linked to a series of recent deaths in the area as I know yes at the bar using it for T. either using it for pain relief being warned that the easy access and the lower price for the counterfeits will likely come at a much higher cost police definitely want to know if you come across these pills Brian Calvert colonias former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is posted an announcement on his website this morning that will likely come as relief to many Democrats details now from Cuomo's curling Johnson still says he will not run for president in twenty twenty ending is exploration of an independent run against president Donald Trump was back in January shell said he was seriously considering an independent run for the White House this interview on CNN the real story here is that the American people are looking for and longing for a second alternative to the two party system that is broken dysfunctional revenge politics every day not many Democrats urged him not to run word that a third party candidate would strip votes away from the Democrats eventual nominee and result in a trump second term in the post this morning Shultz writes my belief in the need to reform our two party system is not wavered but I've concluded that and. independent campaign for the White House is not how I can best serve our country at this time Carly Johnson come on news a man is dead after crashing his RB this morning in Bellevue there's a fifty two year old man who was driving a Winnebago eastbound on southeast twenty sixth street and something happened he lost control of the Winnebago he drove straight through the intersection at Westlake slams parkway south east and crashed to the Winnebago the man was ejected at during the accident being a black with bill you police says they don't know why the man crash no other vehicles were involved in that accident commodities time nine oh four comfortably traffic every ten minutes on the floors with here George I don't have any blocking problems on the highways and a piece of good news was like Spanish parkway has just re opened at twenty six due to that early morning fatality crashed now we are working with the serious press involving a dump truck on east lake semanas parkway this is it forty third we have D. towards that are currently being set up there are exceptionally challenging drives into that area were backed up on all roads around there really stacking up on is what pine lake road as well so you want to avoid that area at all costs right now or you are really going to be sitting around roads are also that closely and he well from the fairgrounds in anticipation of the cattle drive of rate at ten AM north five crawling from the north and the Boeing field to Seneca and south but I five still heavy in Lynn what after that it's going to be out some often on slowing from eighty fifth to five twenty south of four five slow came park to five two two and heavy at a Kirkland north for a five on the brakes are rented in north down ninety nine is still packed from diagonal to the end of the tunnel our next call traffic at nine fourteen your call the forecast now yourself wing made it to the end of the work week in her Friday some great weather go along with it high times today in the low eighties even some upper seventies.
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"Of anybody running for the anybody who would run. No verbal gaffe expected Thursday when former vice president Joe Biden makes it official in an online video and then plans his first presidential campaign appearance on Monday before union workers in Pittsburgh, Joe Biden outpolling strong second behind Bernie Sanders in the nation's first primary state New Hampshire Andy Field. ABC news lawyers across the country are recruiting clients for what may be a crippling new wave of new sex abuse lawsuits against the boy scouts one victims. Attorney says the scouts have identified seventy eight hundred alleged child molesters in a perversion file dating to the forties in the. Statement the scouts apologizing to anyone harmed. They keep finding bodies and Sri Lanka. Authorities raised. The death toll from the Easter Sunday attacks to three hundred fifty nine Richard Cantu. ABC news. Komo news. One thousand FM ninety seven seven KOMO news time, eight thirty one. It's fifty one degrees. Art sanders. Top local stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center man, wanted for murder and Yakima counties now in custody after a while police chase from Everett to Edmund offices believed that the suspect from Yakima wasn't a vehicle, and as they attempted to stop that vehicle. It started driving Radic manner took off at highway speed ever. Police spokesman Aaron Snell's is the chase ended in the wind co parking lot where the suspect and his driver took off on foot at happen. This evening they were quickly captured. Fortunately, no one was hurt in the chase. The suspect was water for the murder of Joe fuller, April twelfth in the town of Grainger would is said to have been a drug deal, gone bad. Seattle city council committee heard arguments today over rent. Control and longer notifications for rent increases. Komo's Charlie Harger report Kelso member Shamas want held a hearing with advocates for renter's rights. They want there to be limits on how much rent skin increase every month. And also give tenants one hundred eighty days notice before raising them landlords say they want to be able to charge what the market allows. So on says, she knows state law forbids cities from enacting laws like these. How would it be? We've pushed for me being built a movement for an control here because that's what we have to do that in order to that. This is the starting point to get the ban lifted. She and advocates want to Seattle ordinance to be in place should state laws change. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. A member of our areas congressional delegation says the Muller reports assertion that it does not exonerate president. Trump is the US house of foundation to continue its investigations look at the Trump organization to look at obstruction of Justice charges, and you know, there's no preordained decision. There's no preordained outcome from these. Investigations. But it constitutional perspective. We need to move forward on these investigations district. Democrat Rick Larsen says he's behind speaker Nancy Pelosi's more cautious approach to possible impeachment of the president. Larson's is even among Democrats. He's talked to her at home people generally want the investigation to continue in the other work of congress to move forward. Washington state is a step closer to doing away with the twice-yearly time change ninety two six vote today. The state Senate lawmakers approved a Bill that keeps Washington on daylight saving time year round. But it's important to know that more steps need to be taken before it's the law of the land. Governor Inslee has yet to sign the measure, and if he does then the US congress would need to approve the change. Komo news time eight thirty four triple A traffic.
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"Specifically we're working to make sure that that isn't ended up, but we do want to get this Bill for Millan respiration. These basic provisions across the finish line. It's all said and done the key sponsors of this Bill say the registered nurses can have their twelve hour day Olympic, Keith Eldridge. Komo news time seven thirty nine city. Seattle asking Yakima county and state corrections off fficials why prisoners who had been released dropped off underneath interstate five and downtown Seattle. There was video. It was sent to mayor Jenny Durkan's office capturing the incident in early April in the video. A corrections officer is seen removing handcuffs from three individuals who are then seen walking away. And then asked Washington State Department of corrections. Why the people were released without supervision or any guidance corrections director Steve Sinclair wrote Durkan early. April saying the video also raised concerns among corrections officials and that the employee's in the video are with the state but with Yakima county sheriff's office Sinclair says the people being transported were being returned from confinement. Time served at Yakima county jail Sinclair says Yakima jail officials report that drop off wasn't standard practice. Enter looking into matters. Komo news time seven forty an for sports. This morning man's take another win yesterday against the angels five three it was Tim Beckham and all mar nevarez back to back home runs to begin that ninth inning for Seattle. Sending the angels. Now, our fifth straight loss. Let's get onto what's next for the Sounders and husky baseball Seattle reign. Let's get to Iraq Hines the Harley exterior sports desk. The Sounders have a huge test Sunday as they face the MLS other on being team head coach Bryan schnitzer's guy's face in L A FC team that has six wins and one tie the season. Lots of reasons why.
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"And other state leaders got a first hand look at that slowmoving landslide yakima county today data's forcing dozens of people from their homes the slight concern as there at rattlesnake ridge count steve mccarron reports from central washington and just how big the crack it's about twenty acres and size about two hundred feet deep and it sliding about a foot and a half per week for the governor says it hasn't really move much in recent days he was briefed extensively on what's being done to track this slide which has four sixty creepy people out of their homes here in the yakima county a governor says about four million cubic yards and material is moving very slowly and right now it appears the slightest moving south toward a quarry that sits close to two gel this say they don't know when the hillside could come down but they've pinpointed at potential range from the last part of january into next month and the governor says the biggest difference between this slide and the oso slide from 2014 is it size in geology that was mud this is solid rock unfortunately each fractured but it's all moving together big difference steve mccarron reporting from shanshan washington told he's monitoring this potential slide do could happen there were rattlesnake rude you're saying when it does go most of it would end up in a quarry it would not affect the flow of the kamal riverine likely not to do anything of the closing thorpe road which has been closed for some time we are hearing authorities reminding people who who are driving you're an ied to watch for falling rock which have seen a little bit of out already in the roadway the dumpster fires in ballard keeping police in seattle fire busy this weekend komo suzanne fond much of one of its latest dumpster fires located at scooters burgers on twenty four th avenue north west he's got to this dumpster fire and ballot early enough sunday to stop it from spreading a passerby called 911 and then alerted rob k who works next door came out smoking dumpster went to get a hose to put the fire out here just driving by once again sing it another fire that's one is six dumpster fires this weekend to fire department says the problem is so serious dave started tracking and posting the dumpster fires on a map twenty now since december 21st the fire department offers this advice to business owners in neighbors make sure the dumpster five feet away.
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"In portland oregon right right right right right now what do you do you go over that for years he just committee acronym back portland in over to seattle well you know our trout lake is all you have you mckay a beautiful little town of five hundred people and everybody of entropy lake listening to me right now what is up it's just a great little literally to rose across each other in the middle of the woods that's right i in fact we were gonna fight where we found the body down there and there's a flight pie that far that the party yakima county we had to go down and and do gatien whatever the case might be but i mean i bit right on the bait and not adam all round it in different areas working with either the bureau of indian affairs the tribal police or whatever and uh they don't pay a lot of stuff you think this would be the buzz both in it but i'm just going to start asking the right people the right questions and just start looking might go well what do you think about some of the critics out there about uh my video that say jimmy why didn't you just hike up there he can't that's a mountain climb is it run you don't hike coupling glacier just because you wanna do it in fact a few years ago many many years ago many years ago they used to have organized crime about this time of the year two or three i'm a van three weekend in a row where they would hike up over three days and then caliphate back down and uh and then they lost a couple of people uh nnn uh the fbi ame uh occurred apartment discontinued the ability to climb the mountain it if not the uh it's not the faith in the world and when you on a glacier obviously just like mount rainier always aloof somebody in that's not the.