Joe Rogan, Michael Morrell, Larry Lewis discussed on Gaydos and Chad


The two time one of the better business bureaus ethics are toward Oh, yeah, Gators. I'd miss this. We're going to talk about your poll there. Your thing you did with the old mike broom and we can talk about that, and we got so much other stuff and later we're going to talk about Joe Rogan, Ivor Maktoum. Lot of people are hit me up over. You See, Joe Rogan got sick and he got better because of this. Well, I'm going to play you everything he took before you go. Oh, my God. It's because of this, that he was saved and we can go from there before we do any of that, though we turned it over to the travel herself, Miss Tennessee. Jackie Lynn, Katya are new splash. It is 3 15. I'm Jackie Lynn. And here's what you need to know right now. Arizona's attorney general Says Tucson's Covid 19 vaccine mandate for employees violates state law and the governor's executive order that prohibits mandates and local governments. Mark Berna. Vick's office says Tucson could lose $68 million that it shares with the state. More than 19,000. Arizona's have died from coronavirus since the start of the pandemic. The state Health Department is reporting 54 new Covid deaths today and 1982 new coronavirus cases. I see you. Bed usage is down from yesterday, but the hospital metrics are about four times higher than they were before the state's third wave began. The CIA. A man who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11th 2000 and one says he is convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda back to rebuild in Afghanistan. Michael Morrell said the U. S is effective at degrading the capabilities of terrorist groups like Al Qaeda when it puts such groups in its sights. But he said terrorist groups have shown their capability to rebuild. When that focus Wayne's, You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station K to our news. Let's take a check of traffic. Now. Here's Larry Lewis in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center for.

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