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Treasury Announces Auctions to Raise $126 Billion Next Week

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00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Treasury Announces Auctions to Raise $126 Billion Next Week

"The treasury department is taking emergency measures to keep from broaching the newly imposed debt limit the treasury says it will raise one hundred and twenty six billion dollars by auctioning three and ten year treasury notes and the thirty year bond that'll happen Tuesday through Wednesday of next week the money raised will allow the treasury to meet the debt servicing requirements on fifty eight point six billion dollars in treasury notes and bonds that are coming due plus raise about sixty seven point four billion dollars in new cash to keep the government operating the government's debt ceiling went back into effect on August first after having been suspended for two years it stands at twenty eight point four trillion dollars treasury secretary Janet Yellen has called on Congress to quickly lift or suspend the borrowing limit Ben Thomas Washington

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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The DOJ lawsuit announced today is legally and constitutionally Dead wrong. This shoe is apparently close to dropping, sources told ABC News. Prosecutors from the Manhattan district attorney's office informed the Trump Organization. The company could face criminal charges as soon as next week, the result of a two year investigation that also includes the former president himself, His family and his employees were told the Trump Organization learned it could face charges related to fringe benefits given to certain employees, Cars, apartments, school tuition. An attorney for the company told ABC News. He has never seen anything like it. And the former president has dismissed the investigation as part of a witch hunt. Aaron Carter Ski, ABC News, New York On Wall Street, the Dow and the S and P Closed higher. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station Use station Katie a. Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the K to our news app. You're breaking news and traffic now. It is 402. I'm Becky Lynn. Here is our top story. The Statehouse has approved its version of a $12.6 billion budget plan. Now the state Senate and governor Ducey must approve by Wednesday by law. So what's in it? Tax cuts for the wealthy ktrs Peter Seymour is live in the news center. Well, Becky State House Republicans, in essence canceled Prop. Two Oh eight, which would have imposed a surcharge on wealthy Arizonans to pay for schools. What we are doing with this bill is continuing the shell game that we play with money for our Children's future. Representative Stephanie Saul Hamilton and other Democrats say Republicans ignored voters. Representative Steve Kaiser says prop 28 would eventually tax net profits for businesses as income. Do you take home your net profit? No, you don't You know what you use your net profit for to ride the ups and downs of businesses. Some months. You have higher expenses. Other months you have higher revenues compared to expenses. Voters approved Prop. Two Oh 8 51 to 49% in November, Reporting live Peter Same or Katie Air News. The man who killed Assault River police officer while allegedly texting and driving is no longer facing any Charges. Ktrs Taylor Kenner Up joins us live Now from the news center with this developing story, Yeah, you may remember back in January. 2019 Jerry Sandstone was accused of texting and driving when he hit and killed 26 year old Salt River Police Officer Clinton Townsend along the loop on a one This crash eventually led to Arizona, implementing a statewide ban on texting while driving. However, after an investigation into the incident, Maricopa County Attorney's Office announced today a motion to dismiss the case. Medical experts that were part of the grand jury case believes sand said had a seizure, causing him to cross over multiple freeway lanes, eventually hitting and killing Townsend. The case was dismissed without prejudice, meaning new charges can still be filed. Live in the news centre. Taylor Kinney up K T A R News. Arizona's immigration crisis Vice President Kamala Harris visits the border today for the first time since the president put her in charge of the crisis there. Three months ago, Joanna Williams heads the Kino Border Initiative in southern Arizona. She hopes the VP's visit will lead to an end to the pandemic era policy. The Trump Administration implemented it forces most migrants to stop.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 6 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Oclock. I'm Jamie Webb, hotshot crews among the hundreds of firefighters battling the two huge wildfires east of the Valley and as our temperatures ramp up, so do their worries as we move forward over the next couple days. The weather is a big concern of ours as part of our team coverage of the fires will also tell you why Governor deuces visit is prompting him to call state lawmakers into a special session. And we'll also check in with detoured and to get a look at how the commute is going, then a warning you need to hear from the Arizona Burn Center. But first about 1500 firefighters have made major headway against a pair of massive wildfires in the Globe Miami area, But there's a great deal of concern about the incoming heat wave. Let's go live to Ktrs Wildfire expert Jim Cross Jeremy Telegraph Fire 86,000 Acres about 40% of time. A 20 structures damaged or destroyed a mass Cal fire that's southeast of Globe 77% today this morning 72,000 Acres Our commander Dave Bales, says it's possible the Telegraph and must qualifiers could merge. But he hopes the weather keeps that from happening. There's always a chance that that could happen. We've had good success up high in the now mountains at this point in time, But again, it's the weather of the next 24 to 48 hours. That's concerning to us. Right now. The fire is still about 10 miles apart Week long heatwave starts Saturday. Temperatures on the fires for the next week will top 100 degrees. Extremely low humidity live in the Phoenix jump cross Katya our news as our state lawmakers continue to battle over the $12.6 billion state budget plan, Governor Ducey says he'll call a special session next week to deal with urgent needs caused by the fires. It would provide more money and resources to fight the mescal and telegraph wildfires near globe and prepare for possible flooding and any other natural disasters. That arise from this emergency. That's if Arizona gets monsoonal rain starting June 15th. The Legislature must approve the state budget by June 30th to avoid a state shutdown. House speaker Rusty Bauer says no problem. We're gonna make it. We're going to be all just happy and happiest plans just walking.

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Miami area, But there's a great deal of concern about the incoming heatwave. Let's go live to Ktrs Wildfire expert Jim Cross Jeremy Telegraph Fire near Miami Now at 86,000 Acres 40% Containment 20 structures damaged or destroyed mass Cal fire southeast of globe Now after 77% containment 72,000 acres But the week long heat wave starts tomorrow. Temperatures on the fires will top 100 degrees, incredibly low humidity down as low as 234%. That's a concern to fire Commander Dave Bail Pretty risky for our firefighters. It builds a fire. The fuels are dry fire will build up and it could spot far for us. So that's that's what are firefighters are concerned with And at this point bill says, it's possible the Telegraph and musk al fires could merge. I hope the weather won't allow that to happen. Live the new center Jim Cross K to our news as our state lawmakers continue to battle over the $12.6 billion State budget plan. Governor Ducey says he'll call a special session next week. To deal with urgent needs caused by the fires. It would provide more money and resources to fight the mescal and telegraph wildfires near globe and prepare for possible flooding and any other natural disasters that arise from this emergency. That's if Arizona gets monsoonal rain starting June 15th. The Legislature must approve the state. Happiest clams. Just walking along in a parade. We're gonna work through hours lost his cabin in the Telegraph Fire. Peter Seymour Katie Air News. It's 502 and we check your traffic every six minutes on Arizona's Morning news. Let's start that right now with JP Fox from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Good morning, JP. Good morning, Jim. Eastbound night, sensing a little bit of selling from 27th Avenue, 273, but ahead of that you've got a crash, causing heavy delays. Eastbound I.

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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Double, happy in what is going to just pack this up. We'll do the happy, happy ending double double. It is a double double. Let's start with Let's start with the ear like a secret menu item. Don't get me started on the Internet. See, do not give you could learn a whole new language for that noise. The playoffs are in full swing in the NFL, and it's just weird. It's just weird. And I will admit this and I will do this. I admit this to rob last night over the phone, and I'm going to admit this now, publicly because I have given Tom Brady heart child I just want to mark this moment. This is gonna be the greatest moment ever on the rustling hunter Show forever. How long it goes after Last night. Last night's game. Tom Brady is officially in my eyes. I now see him as the greatest of all time. Let's go. He has to go. Brady's ago. You heard it, Mike Russell said. It wasn't for me. The fan boy, Mike Russell said it. He did. He did. What other what other greats have tried to do? And didn't accomplish Michael Jordan? Brett Farve on and he actually accomplished he actually showed that he is truly I just don't want Bruce Arians stuff. Winning anything that could be tough to win in the Lambo field, punking my my cardinals like he did, But he will go to Lambeau Field, where he will face square off with Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Rodgers making headlines because he is just just handing over $500,000. That's real money $500,000 to bar stool sports. Now, if you don't understand what's going on over partial sports, they're doing the best. They're doing the most for people in small businesses. They started collecting a fund their millions of dollars in this fund over $20 million in this private 21 or $22 million that they have raised that they're just giving. To small business owners. That doesn't matter if you're Republican Democrat who cares? It's your small business owner. You need it. You apply. They're giving Ah lot of money away. 27,000. $74,253,000 man, Aaron Rodgers. Given 500,000. Here's Here's his reasoning, and I think that's that's the thing that you you gravitate towards the most is just not having a reliance on the government Tol, PA help you out, because obviously, it's shown that's not going to be the way they're going to do it. I mean, they put these rules just don't even follow their logo them. Sorry. Let me get to the buddy stories. Partial spot my foot. I think there was just such a neat if you look around Our environment today. It's not like the government is really helping anybody out in a timely fashion. I mean, it took forever to figure out how to give $600 checks away and then make it may not get a 2000 this point. That's not life changing money. Dave and his and his folks were doing with the bar stool fund, his life changing money. It's sustainability for these people. It is and they needed their desperate for it. He wants the videos. They're fantastic. You should check out the videos of them, giving the money to the people's women like sobbing. And men grown men crying like it did that They can keep their employees and keep the doors on the cabin Lights open and it's all because this government shutdown they weren't playing. No, and this is fantastic that you now have more people speaking out against the government's efforts because The reason why so many of these businesses are struggling is because of the government because of the government's who decided to close them down or limit their customers to make sure that they could only make 50% of the revenue and then you scared the living. You know what? Out of everybody so less people are going out to eat less. People are congregating in public because we're all afraid we're gonna die. Thank you, Government. Thank you, CNN. Go back to Aaron Rodgers. And why you can't rely on the government today. I'm following their own rules. I mean, don't you know how many people have gotten caught? Don't travel. Don't leave the state Here's so on so on a vacation. Here's someone. So it s salon. Don't don't eat out at a restaurant unless you're wearing a mask and separate. Oh, here's a picture of the governor of California and violating those rules. Public schools were closed, but I can send my kids to a private school in person. Schooling. It's like here it is. You mean for us to tea count on the government to help us out is becoming a joke at this point. Amen. Air Ride standing up. Amen. Buddy well played. Yeah, he is. He's dead right? And the more people exposed that, especially with a name and a following, like Aaron Rodgers. The more people start to open their eyes to this that we cannot rely on the government to get us out of a problem that the government put us in. The governor of Arizona unveiled his budget for this fiscal year. That's coming up $12.6 billion. So think about that. That's about what the state of Arizona spends. They didn't have enough to help the businesses that they closed. They didn't have enough. It wanted away for federal money waiting for federal money. Got the federal money kept the federal money to balance the budget not to actually help those that they impacted and this is the tricky thing about power. Because we've got a very good glimpse of who does what? With power and no one aside of maybe two or three governors has impressed me. Christy Nome. I'm talking to you. Hey, now, the Santis let people be free of Florida. I'm talking to you and I see if I can think of a third month not of handle. Okay? After digging. I get those too. It's a good time, too. I'm all about that. So let's let's do this. Let's get to our happy ending. It is brought to you by Phelps LeClair. It is Do you like we are doing work with the experts in a state planning. This is all they do. They've been doing it for 40 years. 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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Tuesday. I'm ABC from team meteorologist Iris Mosco, Dado Ford's 48 Degrees and Carefree. There's worry about an ensign or attack during the upcoming inauguration. The Army and the FBI are vetting the 25,000 National Guard troops here in Washington now to help protect President elect Biden's inauguration. The FBI declined to discuss details of the process, but we're told it's similar to a standard background check. National guards would likely already be aware of any guardsmen who has been associated with their expressed support for extremism. But the undertaking reflects the security concerns associated with the inauguration following the insurrection of the capital and highlights the fear that some here to protect Could pose a threat. Aaron Kotowski ABC NEWS Washington Here in Arizona state leaders air begging for peace and asking you to tune out extremists. Senate President Karen Fan wants an end to the heated rhetoric all the very far right the very far left. They need to bring it down a notch and realize that that's not what good Christians do. That's not what Americans do, she says. 85% of the Legislature's work like on education and water, is nonpartisan. House Speaker Rusty Bowers says his colleagues and all Arizonans must remember that I would much rather find ways to get along and we've had some very radical things, said recently that are frankly little shameful. The U. S Capitol and all state capitals, including Arizona's are on high alert for violent protests. Peter same war. Katie our news, and you will hear the swearing in of Joe Biden is the next president of the United States, as well as his inaugural speech Live here on K T a. R on Wednesday. Katya, your eyes of the economy. Some of Arizona's top Democrats have issues with Governor Doug Ducey is new $12.6 billion budget. It includes more funding for teacher pay improving technology at providing body cameras for every DPS trooper, but it also has more than a billion dollars in tax cuts. I was like original, Bolding says. Now is not the time Arizona voters just approved proposition to await to increase investment in our schools, and this plan looks like a back door way to keep that revenue out of the budget. The governor says his budget reflects a $914 billion budget surplus, which is allowing us to fare better than many of other states during the pandemic. There is work still to be done specializing in African American literature and cultural stories. AHAS you, professor Doctor, Neil Lester believes this Martin Luther King Jr Day should focus on that work. We say this each year. What if we learned? Are we living the dream? And I think the issue, though, is if nothing else before the murder of George Floor, the black lives matter we have to as a nation acknowledge that racism exists. Although Dr King brought people together, Lester wants you to remember King was assassinated and that kind of violence continues today. Katya our news time 807. I love to be able to say Holiday light Detour. Dan is in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center You are delivering. Oh, man, that is the two paperwork for traffic reporter right there. Holiday light, and that's what you get to on the freeways, holiday light travel conditions, not seeing anything major. Even the crash out west on the 10 at Buckeye Saloon Road has fallen off my list. But we do have one in town. I just looked at it. It's still there. I'm the 11 eastbound 51st Avenue tow trucks on it. It's all off, right? But nobody seems to be bothered by no slowing getting by East by 11 at 51st Avenue. You're still good to go to service treat Rex. I want a mind you have, though One of them is 27th Avenue and Thomas and the other 83rd Avenue at ICANN. This traffic report brought to you by Mountainside Fitness Mountainside Fitness, the valley's largest locally owned health club chain, his celebrating their 30th year in business. 18 locations to choose from, including their new virtual club, stopping today or download your free five day passed at mountainside fitness dot com. Detroit and Kate Karen is partly cloudy 73 today 69 tomorrow when we also have a 30% chance of rain. Overnight lows in the mid forties. Right now, it is 38 degrees and Chandler. Whether brought to you by Howard Air. Whether replace or repair, call Howard Air.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Attack during the upcoming inauguration. The Army and the FBI are vetting the 25,000 National Guard troops here in Washington now to help protect President elect Biden's inauguration. The FBI declined to discuss details of the process. But we're told it's similar to a standard background check. National guards would likely already be aware of any guardsmen who has been associated with their expressed support for extremism. The undertaking reflects the security concerns associated with the inauguration following the insurrection of the capital and highlights the fear that some here to protect could pose a threat. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS Washington Here in Arizona State leaders are begging for peace and asking you to tune out extremists. Senate President Karen Fan wants an end to the heated rhetoric all the very far right the very far left. They need to bring it down a notch and realize that that's not what good Christians do. That's not what Americans do, she says. 85% of the Legislature's work like on education and water is non partisan. House Speaker Rusty Bowers says his colleagues and all Arizonans must remember that I would much rather find ways to get along and we've had some very radical things, said recently that are frankly little shameful. The U. S Capitol and all state capitals, including Arizona's are on high alert for violent protests. Peter same or Katie, our news to our eyes on the economy. Seven pairs of his top Democrats have issues with Governor Doug Ducey. These new $12.6 billion budget. It includes more funding for teacher pay, improving technology and providing body cameras for every DPS trooper, But it also has more than a billion dollars in tax cuts, House leader Reginald Bolding says Now is not the time Arizona voters just approved proposition to await to increase investment in our schools, and this plan looks like a back door way to keep that revenue out of the budget. The governor says His budget reflects a $914 billion budget surplus, which is allowing us to fill Better than many other states During the pandemic. There is work still to be done specializing in African American literature and cultural stories. A issue professor doctor Neil Lester believes this Martin Luther King Jr Day should focus on just that. We say this each year. What if we learned? Are we living the dream? And I think the issue, though, is if nothing else before the murder of George Floor, the Black lives matter. We have to as a nation acknowledge that racism exists. So Dr King brought people together. Lester wants you to remember King was assassinated, and that kind of violence can 10 years today, a new view of the Milky Way and all the wonders of our night sky fundraising is underway to build.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:55 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From getting in Alex Stone. ABC NEWS Washington President elect Joe Biden plans aside about a dozen executive orders on his first day in office, according to the incoming White House chief of staff. Among those will see the U. S rejoined the Paris climate agreement, and he will mandate face masks on federal property and for all Interstate. Travel President Trump is leaving the White House facing a second impeachment trial. ABC. Rachel Scott has more on that from Washington Saturday, Rudy Giuliani telling ABC News he's involved and is preparing a defense based on discredited claims of voter fraud. Giuliani also not ruling out having the president testified, but Trump Campaign spokesman Hogan Gidley tweeting this overnight president. Trump has not yet made a determination as to which lawyer or law firm will represent him. Us is approaching 396,000 deaths from Cove in 19. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, Use station K t a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap, You're breaking news and traffic. Oh, good. Sunday morning. Seven on two. I'm John Roller governor do see unveiling his budget earlier this week $12.6 billion in the budget, and that includes a $200 million tax cut. Arizonans, especially in service industries. Need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard Governor's chief of staff, Daniel Star Pinata. Also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups from a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter say. Mork H E A R news and you can read more about to governor Do sees Budget Proposal and Katie are Dot com. Well, we really need the rain here in the Valley, and we could get some by Tuesday over the last week. Temperatures have ranged in the low to mid seventies. But meteorologists Jared Rogers with the National Weather Service here in Phoenix, says um or winter like system is moving into the state condition here early this upcoming week, which will bring some potential for rain across most of the state. There's about a 30% chance of rain by Tuesday. Roger adds that the wet season begins on October 1st so far this year we've received less than a half inch of rain. Well, less than a minute. That's how long it takes for someone to steal your cars. Catalytic converter. Matt Allen, host of bumper to bumper on Katya are says there's recently been an uptick in stolen converters because they can easily be sold. The economy is the driver.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"T a r dot com and streaming Live on the K T A R news app. You're breaking news and traffic now. 80 Year your news time. 7 30. I'm Jim Bronson Governor Doug Ducey is $12.6 billion budget plan. Includes a $200 million tax cut as the pandemic continues. Arizonans, especially in service in industries need a break. If you were in an area of our economy, where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid, you've really likely been hit hard. Governor's chief of staff Daniel Skupin. Otto also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups from a $914 million surplus. We have Been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community with local chambers across the state. Well, the plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds. Katie a. Our eyes on education voter approved measure that taxes wealthy Arizonans to generate funding for education. Has won one of its first constitutional challenges. A judge has rejected an argument that prop two away limits the state legislatures authority to adjust school funding. I'm not surprised by the latest ruling. We have always felt prop 208 is constitutional. It's going to withstand any scrutiny that's put up against it in the courts. David Luhan with the Arizona Center for Economic Progress helped get prop to await on the ballot. He says the new law does not restrict lawmakers from giving or taking away seek funds from schools. Only thing that they cannot do is Cannot touch the new funds that are generated by product to await results. City No, Katya our news, All right out of the roadways right now. Road Construction and accidents. Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. Here's Josh K westbound on the loop. 101 construction still closing you down between state route 51 in Cave Creek Road. You're gonna want to get with Union hills to get around this North bound on the loop to 02 South Mountain Freeway. More roadwork is closing you down between lower Buckeye in Buckeye 59th Avenue is your alternate here. 99th Avenue and Indian School Road. That's a collision. Look out for another rack on Bethany Home east of 26th Avenue. This report is sponsored by Sonora Quest Labs, So no request is Arizona's trusted leader and covert 19 diagnostic testing. Now you can order your own covert 19 tests to learn more visit soon or request calm. I'm Josh K. K t a r news and P t A r weather for the valley right now. 61 degrees and Goodyear load tonight of 46 Tomorrow, Sonny and.

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01:40 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus cases, 208 new deaths and Arizona Today. The State Health Department also reporting more than 19,200 tests, more than 1000 deaths have been added to the total over the last seven days. Well. Governor Doug Ducey is $12.6 billion budget plan includes $200 million tax cut as the pandemic continues. Arizonans, especially in service industries, need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up In order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard. Governor's chief of staff, Daniel Scarpa. Nado also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups. From a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter same or Katie. Our news. All right. Let's quickly then move to Traffic Valley Chevy dealers, Traffic Center and Josh Hey, westbound on the loop one. I won't look out for a construction closure between state route 51 in Cave Creek. You can use union Hills to detour around this mile closure. The North bound on the loop to 02 South Mountain Freeway. You're also knocked down between lower Buckeye and Buckeye Road. 59th Avenue was your alternate here off the freeways Lookout for a collision at the intersection of McDowell and Miller, this 40 sponsored by a Jay's fine foods, visit A J's for winning lineup of beer. Let our experts assist in selecting MVPs and craft beers or microbrews..

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02:19 min | 11 months ago

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"News app. You're breaking news and traffic Now 80 a our news time. 5 30. I'm Jim Bronson Governor Do sees $12.6 billion budget plan includes a to hunt Dread million dollar tax cut As the pandemic continues. Arizonans, especially in service industries, need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up In order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard. Governor's chief of staff, Daniel Scarpino Auto also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups. From a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter, Say, Mork H E A R News, Katie, our eyes on education, the voter approved measure. That taxes wealthy Arizonans to generate funding for education has won one of its first constitutional challenges. A judge has rejected an argument that Prop two away limits the state Legislatures authority to adjust school funding. I'm not surprised by the latest ruling. We have always felt prop to await his constitutional. It's going to withstand any scrutiny that's put up against it in the courts, David Luhan with the Arizona Center for Economic Progress helped get prop to await on the ballot. He says the new law does not restrict lawmakers from give Being or taking away seat funds from schools. The only thing that they cannot do is they cannot touch the new funds that are generated by product to await result. The city No, Katya our news. All right. Let's head out on the roadways right now. That Lee Chevy dealers Traffic center here is Josh. Hey, westbound on the loop. What? No one we can freeway work westbound on the loop One No one we can. Construction is closing down the stretch between the 51 in Cave Creek Road. You're gonna want to get with the Union hills instead, North bound on the loop to 02 South Mountain Freeway. More roadwork has a stretch shut down between lower Buckeye and Buckeye Road off the freeway Drive. Look out for an accident on 67th Avenue and Indian school. There's another crash at the intersection of Thomas and 22nd Street. This report is sponsored by Sonora Quest Labs. Sonora Cuesta's, There's on his trusted leader and covert 19 diagnostic testing. Now you can order your own covert 19.

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01:50 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus in Arizona. More than 11,000 Arizonans have died from covert 19 since the beginning of the pandemic. This comes as a state health department reports 208 new deaths this morning and 8715 new cases more than 19,200 Diagnostic Test reported overnight. Coronavirus metric still high, but covert related ICU bed and hospitalizations have dropped over the last few days. Keep welcoming your key to our news. Helping her do sees $12.6 billion budget plan includes a $200 million tax cut as the pandemic continues. Arizonans, especially in service industries, need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard Governor's chief of staff, Dang Your scar. Pinata also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups from a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter same or Katie. Our news. This is a man who practices yoga meditation. He's a shaman. This has from the attorney for Jake Chan's Lee, the horn handed bare chested face paint advancing steaming hours storming the U. S. Capitol. And that's the way his attorney Al Watkins describes him as he was disenfranchised. He was part of what we have all been doing with increasing frequency he was marginalized. Jan's Lee faces illegal entry, disorderly conduct charges more than 100. People are now facing charges stemming from the violets. All right, let's head out on the roadways.

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KTAR 92.3FM

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Station use station K T a R on air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap your breaking news and traffic. No, he J r news time is you love it? Oh, too. I'm Gabriel Coming home Coronavirus in Arizona 8750 new coronavirus cases reported today by the Arizona Department of Health Services. 208. New deaths also added to our dashboard in the last seven days, Arizona has reported. More than 1000 deaths and governor do sees $12.6 billion budget plan includes a $200 million tax cut as the pandemic continues. Arizonans, especially in service industries, need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard. Governor's chief of staff Daniel Scarpa. Nada also says the budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups. From a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter Same or Katie, our news and you're gonna read more about the budget proposal, like e t a r dot com For the sixth years. Straight Education is a top issue for Arizona voters in a survey by advocacy group expect Maura Arizona, coming in second was health care and in third jumps in the economy in Arizona starts a weekend with pump prices climbing the statewide average according to GasBuddy to 37 a gallon But Phoenix is now at 2 43. In Tucson is now running at an average of 2 20 a gallon And now for a check on traffic and weather from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center here is Mike.

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"By inflammatory rhetoric. Thank you for bravely coming forward and are providing information. No bail for one of the alleged rioters who was photographed on the Senate floor. Federal judge in Phoenix orders Jacob Chan's Lee, the self described Que non leader seen wearing horns face painted and holding a spear in the Capitol Hill riot be detained Judge Debra Fine, saying If convicted on only the two felony counts chanceless facing he could get up to 25 years. In prison. The judge agreeing with the federal prosecutor that Chan's Lee could be a flight risk and a danger based on his statements on social media and actions of the capital, including leaving a message for vice president Pence reading. It's only a matter of time justice is coming. Chuck's Iverson ABC News There are more than a few angry governors. Colorado's Jared Paulus and Oregon's Kate Brown are among the state executives who learned today that the federal stockpile of covert 19 vaccines is empty President elect bite and outlining his plan today to get more in there. Reckons, vaccinated more quickly. Scenes out is one problem. Convincing people to take them is a tougher challenge. Disinformation campaigns are already underway to further undermine trust in the vaccines. President elect Biden saying he wants to restore trust in government, the vaccines and the ability to vaccinate million's faster and he failed. ABC News Washington about 6000 workers at Amazon's warehouse and best summer Alabama will begin voting by mail next month on whether to form the first union at one of the company's US, Vasily. These stocks closed lower today. The Dow down 177 points. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the Katie a Our new zap, You're breaking news and traffic. No, it's 902. Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. And here's our top story. Coronavirus in Arizona, Arizona's director of health services says the state is ramping up its vaccination efforts of today over 232,000 doses of vaccine have been administered statewide. And Dr Cara Chris says we've got a lot more doses to get into the arms of Arizona. And so during the week of January, 18th Arizona will have been allocated 800. Three. 1001 150 doses total, but so far we've only gotten a little more than 600,000 of them. Governor do sees $12.6 Billion budget plan includes a $200 million tax cut as the pandemic rages on Arizonans, especially in service industries need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard. Governor's chief of staff, Daniel Star. Pinata also says the Budget proposal puts more money into education and other groups from a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter same or Katie, our news to our eyes on education. The voter approved prop to await the taxes wealthy Arizonans to generate funding for education has won one of its first come. Institutional challenges. Ah, Judge has rejected an argument that prop two away limits The state legislatures authority to adjust school funding on now would check on traffic Here is Jasmine Scott Live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic center. Good news, Debra. We.

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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:05 min | 11 months ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For violence checkpoints in barricades throughout the city Armed National Guard patrolling Capitol Hill and with just four days before Joe Biden is sworn in. Unprecedented shutdowns and an inaugural rehearsal planned by the Biden team for Sunday has been postponed, according to sources among the FBI's top concerns for Inauguration Day that substantial threat of improvised explosive devices. Federal safety officials are investigating those who took part in the insurrection to see if they belong on the federal no fly list. The FBI also says it has almost 300 open cases in connection with the attack. Those of you took part in the violence. There's something you should know. Every FBI field office in the country is looking for a year. The assistant director in charge Stephen Don't want no Ah grim global benchmark in the battle against covert 19. There are now more than two million global deaths blamed on the virus. President elect Biden today, reiterating his pledge for a federal response, he says will be backed by science finest trying to take the politics out of wearing a mask. It's about saving lives I know has become a part sedition. But what a stupid stupid thing for it to happen. The president elect, saying he'll mandate mask wearing and every federally controlled operation he can and he failed. ABC NEWS Washington Mr Biden also doubling down on a promise to vaccinate 100 million Americans in his 1st 100 days in office, The NR A's filed for bankruptcy and move expected as it battles criminal charges in New York. It's also moving to Texas. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K T A. R. Calm and streaming Live on the KTs are new Zap, You're breaking news and traffic Now it's 702. Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. And Here's Our top story. Coronavirus in Arizona, Arizona's director of health services says the state is ramping up its vaccination effort. As of today, over 232,000 doses of vaccine have been administered statewide. And Dr Cara Chris says we've got a lot more doses to get into the arms of Arizona and during the week of January 18th Arizona will have been allocated 803. 1001 150 doses total, but so far we've only gotten a little more than 600,000 of them. Governor do sees $12.6 Billion budget plan includes a $200 million tax cut as the pandemic continues. Arizonans, especially in service industries, need a break where you're reliant on people coming in and showing up in order to get paid. You've really likely been hit hard. Governor's chief of staff Daniel Scarpa. Nado also says the budget Proposal puts more money into education and other groups from a $914 million surplus. We have been very engaged over the last several weeks with not just the business community but the education community. The plan relies on more pandemic financial aid from the feds, Peter same or Katie. Our news, Katya our eyes on education. A judge has rejected an argument that prop to await also known as investing Ed limits the state Legislatures authority to adjust school funding. David Lujan, with the Arizona Center for Economic Progress isn't surprised by the ruling, saying prop to await does not restrict lawmakers from giving or taking away state funds from school. The only thing that they cannot do is they cannot touch the new funds that are generated by product to await. The new law, which went into effect this year raises funds for schools by taxing Arizona's wealthiest residents. And now for a check on traffic years, Jasmine Scott live in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Boyle, check back with Jasmine and just a moment or we'll check back whether.

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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Chris thank leave seven minutes past eight o'clock here in King County. There is a new sales tax in the county budget with the report his car radios Hannah Scott County Council approving the new $12.6 billion spending plan. That's about 900 million less than the prior to your budget, but still includes a new 10th of a percent sales tax to cover housing and others. Ports for chronically homeless people. It also makes Juneteenth and indigenous Peoples Day paid holidays for county workers, despite no votes from some council members, including Reagan done who supports the cause, But But I cannot a good conscious well her holiday. That means they paid government holiday for One or both of those were in the middle of a pandemic. People are without. We're hopeful hurting very badly right now, and the message this is sending to the people out there with very substantial problems. We have a conviction moratorium that's about to expire. People are many months behind in rent. People are out of work. I just think it sends exactly the wrong message that the county government is so bloated that we can go ahead and But ourselves. One possibly two holidays. Can't remember. Kathy Lambert also opposed. We have people in our company sure where the next meal's gonna come from on to even be talking about this this time. We're supposed to the servants of the people on board. Most servants don't have more than what other people have. So I feel very uncomfortable doing that. And especially at this time when I have heard so many heartbreaking story, But Claudia Balducci said that we have via holidays that we participate.

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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on WTOP

"1 50 Tourism has taken a major hit lately. And for the good of the region's economy, you're being urged to get out and go somewhere. But do it safely right now is a great time to get families outdoors. That's the first lady of Virginia Pamela nor them who came to Alexandria spotlight tourism in the Commonwealth. These kinds of like walking tours that are pretty much in your own backyard that don't take long drives to do are a lot of money to do it or super alternatives for families. Rita McClenny, CEO of the Virginia Tourism Corporation, says the state is looking at an estimated $12.6 billion in lost tourism spending this year, which is a 47% drop compared Tio. 2019 John Aaron W T. O. P. News. This year's Marine Corps Marathon has been canceled for the first time in its 45 year history and turned into a virtual event, and now the same thing has happened to another local race. The Army 10 miler in annual race, held in Washington, D C and Arlington, Virginia in October, is going virtual this year due to Corona virus. It's the second largest 10 mile race in the country Runners Canal sign up online and run their race between October 11th in 18th using an APP to track and report their times. They can run whatever they'd like. More than 35,000 runners in 900 teams usually compete. That's Fox's Rachel Sutherland on Metro Ridership. Numbers remain at historic lows because of the Corona virus pandemic, But there are plans to increase service When it comes to Ryder ships into June, Metro has seen close to a 90% dip on the rails. Even with that, starting August, 16th rail riders will see service up to 90% of levels seen before the pandemic. Trains will run from 5 a.m. to 11 PM on weekdays. With fewer than 10 minutes in between trains during peak hours..

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"$12.6. billion" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"$12.6. billion" Discussed on WTOP

"Circle. 9 41 The president's appearance without a mascot, the Trump International Hotel this week in apparent defiance of DC Corona virus regulations caught the attention of local authorities who inspected the hotel yesterday to check for compliance with city rules. Washington Post reports. The investigator found no violations at the time of the visit. But the BC Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration pledged to continue monitoring the hotel. Guests at Trump Properties are reported to have repeatedly flouted face covering mandates. Distance learning was a nightmare this past spring and Fairfax County, But now all issues are said to be resolved for the fall. Fairfax County Public Schools Superintendent Scott Bray Brand tells NBC for the online only learning experience this fall will be the pride of the country. We're keeping our students on blackboard collaborate Ultra, which is in the cloud. And can expand as the man expands. And not in Black Board 24 7 Learn, which was on a server, the county is creating tip sheets and training videos in eight languages to help students navigate online learning. While the city waits to make a final call on how to reopen schools this fall, the head of D C public schools hosted a virtual town hold answer questions about re opening D. C. Public Schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Farabee says they still don't know if they can provide a hybrid option that includes in person instruction. But he says they are exploring the possibility of online learning that would include pre kindergarten kids ages three and four could be the development of a virtual option. It could be some other ways that we could support students and their families. If there is in person instruction at all students and staff would be required to wear face coverings to be handed out daily outside school buildings, which would be deep clean each Wednesday. DC, is delaying official confirmation of the hybrid model until the end of this month. Ken Duffy w GOP News With tourism taking such a big hit lately for the good of the region's economy, you're being urged to go somewhere safely. Right now is a great time to get families outdoors. That's the first lady of Virginia Pamela nor them who came to Alexandria to spotlight tourism in the Commonwealth. These kinds of like walking tours that are pretty much in your own backyard that don't take long drives to do are a lot of money to do it or Super alternatives for families. Rita McClenny, CEO of the Virginia Tourism Corporation. Says the state is looking at an estimated $12.6 billion in lost tourism spending this year, which is a 47% drop.

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