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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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"It's national police week in an exclusive one on one interview. With the mayor of Phoenix KTAR is Ali vetnar went in depth on the shortage within the state's largest police department in what she's doing to address it right now in budget season. And we have a city budget that when could hiring three hundred new police officers year to date, the Phoenix police department currently has three hundred fifteen fewer officers than ten years ago may your cake geigo hopes to fix that. She's working with the police chief in the city council to improve public safety in one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Anything we can do to be better partner for officers and be a force more proprietor, whether it's investing in technology or just getting more officers trained in on the streets is really important geigo says they're working to better equip them to solve crimes just signed some paperwork for us to get technology to allow us to locate shots that were fired plus today, the city council's voting on new DNA testing technology, which we actually learned about. Out through the hacienda healthcare situation where we needed to test DNA for more than one hundred employees to find out who was the father of a baby of a rape victim. A recent study ranked Irizawa one of the worst states to be a police officer mayor geigo is committed to change that city Phoenix has launched a task force to look at officer retention. So how do we make sure that police officers who have experience in training want to stay on the job, and that will be really important as well. We want our experienced officers to continue to be interested in serving. She says almost every month going forward for the rest of the year..

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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06:01 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lazy boy flash sale this weekend. Only all ten ever is on a lazy boy locations. I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news. We've got a ten percent chance of showers today and tonight, otherwise mostly sunny and eighty seven degrees for the high today, it'll be partly cloudy and sixty four tonight for tomorrow, mostly sunny, ninety degrees for the high weather brought to you by Howard air. It's coming up on twelve. Oh, two and. Seventy nine degrees in Phoenix. Arizona's immigration crisis. Well, thousands of Central American migrants have been pouring across the border for months and now comes another major concern the oncoming high summer, heat, Arizona, governor Doug Ducey joined KTAR's MAC and Gaydos yesterday. We may not be thinking about it today because it's unseasonably cool. It's going to get really hot really quickly and what's happening with the females and the young women on the street. Really scares you to death hundreds of immigrants have died along the US Mexico border during the brutal summer heat continuing coverage of Arizona's immigration crisis. The Pima county board of supervisors has voted to accept a one point eight million dollar federal grant that supports cooperation between local police and federal agents on the border. The supervisors accepted the money provided the two hundred thousand dollars of it is directed to Tucson area groups that provide housing transportation and. Care of migrant families. President Trump has invoked executive privilege over the full Muller report and its underlying evidence. The order comes as the hostages, Sherry, Betty moves to hold attorney general William bar in contempt of congress for refusing to hand over the material before the contempt vote democratic congressman and presidential candidate, Eric swale. Well, said Republicans are defending a pathetic president who called Russia's president. After the mother report came out, he called the guy that attacked us when we were attacked by Japan. Franklin Roosevelt did not call the emperor of Japan. We were attacked by keta on September eleventh. George Bush did not call Osama bin Laden the committee is expected to vote soon on whether to hold bar in contempt of congress. Meanwhile, there is under Senator Kirstin cinemas reacting to President Trump's assertion of executive privilege this morning. Trump's actions are an effort to prevent congress. From seeing the entire Mullah report cinema tweeted this morning. The president's action quote undermines what should be our shared goal of protecting America from four foreign influence and meddling in our elections and quote investigators in Colorado are looking for answers in Tuesday's deadly school shooting. One student was killed and eight others injured in highlands ranch. Colorado the alleged shooter's eighteen year old man and a teenage girl or being held warning signs. Law enforcement tells us we're non-existent Douglas county sheriff Tony spurlock talking ABC news to the best of my knowledge. They were not on our radar at all. And we didn't have any information from the school that they were someone that we should be concerned with the two were accused of walking into their school here and opening fire with handguns annex stone ABC news highlands ranch. Colorado KTAR is on the economy. The stock market dropped yesterday with the president threatening to hike tariffs on imported goods from China. This Friday valley economist Jim Brown's. Says people shouldn't panic because the economy is very sound right now about your normal life. You have a job are you making more money? Are you able to spend on things that you want to spend on those are the same things that you look at when you look at the economy round says any future economic downturn will be milder in Arizona than many other states because of our stable economy right now, the Dow Jones industrials are up one hundred twenty nine points today. Arizona's pump prices may finally be about to level out. Our gas prices have been climbing for weeks right now. The state what averages three sixteen gallon the highest since October of two thousand fourteen gas buddies, Patrick Hans as the worst now appears to be in the rear view mirror, expect prices to plummet overnight, but they will down slowly diesel is at three twenty a gallon that should start coming down to prizes. Also have slowed down the increases have for diesel prices are up three cents again on the last week. Jim cross KTAR news. We now know the name of the. New Royal baby in England Buckingham Palace says that Prince Harry and Megan Markle at named their baby boy Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor. Titanic. The artifact exhibition is now on display at the odyssey aquarium in Scottsdale. KTAR Ali vetnar got a tour and has the details on the story artifacts really tells the story of the drama and the trauma of the sinking and there's one hundred twenty Titanic artifacts. Undisposed Arizona has never seen letters books clothing leather shoes. All of those types of objects recovered inside of leather suitcases, and so they were preserved which is unusual vice president of collections. Alexandra Klinghofer is excited. Visitors will get an experience as if they were passengers on board with their very own boarding passes. Because an iceberg. So that you can touch the iceberg youth will feel what it feels like to be twenty eight degrees. And that's how cold the ocean was that night Ali vetnar KTAR news, and you can head to KTAR dot com to see photos and learn more about the exhibit. At twelve. Oh, seven with traffic every six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, we've got a new crash just coming in in the north valley. It's going to be on bell road near I seventeen watch.

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news attorney general general William bar is on Capitol Hill today testifying before the Senate Judiciary committee about the Muller report in a letter obtained by ABC news dated March twenty seventh special counsel. Robert Muller says there was public confusion about the results of his investigation following bars. Four page letter to congress some Democrats accused of misleading congress by saying he never heard concerns from the special counsel's office during today's hearing bar said Muller had no problems with his letter to congress high talk directly to Bob and bought told me that he did not have objections to the accuracy. Meanwhile, there's some question about whether bar will take questions from the House Judiciary committee tomorrow, he appears to be objecting to questioning by staff attorneys this exchange between house members happened today. When Democrats pushed through a resolution that allows for staff questioning anyways anyone wish to as recorded vote. Mr Chairman, I've asked for recognition. Lawing lurk. If you're not Republicans. The need this motion. Record here. We ought to be going by the rules and giving people a chance to debate Muller's actually Barr says he may not show up for that hearing tomorrow if he subjected to questioning from house staff attorneys ASU has announced it's hiring a former Arizona supreme court chief Justice to investigate a faculty members claims of unethical behavior in the economics department, the appointment of chief Justice Ruth McGregor comes in response to a call last week by the student government for an independent investigation into accusations. Made by professor the professor alleged students were required to pay a third party company in order to do their homework and the school at a quota to fail. At least thirty percent of the students in three econ classes ASU denies the allegations. Ashley, flood KTAR news..

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04:44 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news KTAR weather for the valley today, mostly sunny skies, high eighty two degrees tonight and overnight low of fifty eight tomorrow sunny skies, high eighty five right now, it's seventy six degrees in Phoenix weather brought to you by Howard air. Arizona highways are getting deadlier and deadlier KTAR's Ali vetnar is live in the news center with the details. Ashley last week. DPS trooper Cameron Lee told me they were already ahead of last year's fatal car accidents was seventy six lives lost on the seventy third day of the year. He joined Arizona's morning news today to update that number as of Sunday night were eighty so we've increased four over the last several days Friday to Sunday, we had three more fatalities this time last year, we were at sixty five deadly car accidents DPS says most of these crashes are caused by not wearing seatbelts driving under the influence and driving distracted live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news, saying Sally, a scary incident this weekend. A man was stabbed thirty times on a city bus in west Phoenix, Michael Angelo's Smith got off the bus near forty three rd avenue and Beck Buckeye road. When he allegedly started stabbing the victim in the back. The victim is in serious condition will have. More on this coming up at twelve thirteen now, just before noon in the Netherlands someone opened fire on a tram police are now searching for the gunman in the central Dutch city of you track. This little over twenty miles from the capital Amsterdam saying on Twitter that multiple people have been injured as a result as a result of a shooting in the term in a residential neighborhood. Now, we know that the police are saying that trauma. Helicopters have been sent to the scene, and they're appealing for the public to stay away to allow first responders to do their work. The authorities also saying that they are looking for a gunman. We're hearing the counterterrorism police have been deployed and are investigating whether or not this was a terrorist attack. That's ABC's. Ian panel a security shooting following the mass shooting in New Zealand also hearing, the US intelligence agencies have been warning that Al Qaeda and ISIS supporters a calling upon all Muslims to respond to that terrible attack in New Zealand by launching attacks of their own in the near term. Now here in Phoenix police are investigating a man suspected of making threats and intimidating members of a north Phoenix. Mosque over the weekend. Former department of homeland security counterterrorism coordinator John Cohen tells Aaron Ona's morning news. Authorities are looking into his motives, whether this was an individual who thought he was being funny. Whether he was trying to intimidate people or whether it was part of an effort to gather information, perhaps furtherance of a future attack. You can read more about the alleged incident involving forty year old Noel backed at KTAR dot com. The daughter of the late Senator John McCain is pulling no punches when it comes to President Trump after he criticized McCain on Twitter almost seven months after his death. Among other criticisms, the president said on Twitter this weekend that McCain's vote against the senate's 2017 attempt to repeal ObamaCare was on his career McCain coast over the last several days. Friday. Family. I can't imagine. On the weekend towers and a Senator died last summer after a long fight against brain cancer. Jim cross KTAR news. The Arizona supreme court is scheduled to release a ruling in the case of a woman convicted on fraud and theft charges for faking a cancer diagnosis to get the state to pay for her late term abortion childless. Renee Zellweger was sentenced to ten years in prison. She's accused of presenting falsified records to support her claim that she had cancer some circle k convenience stores in southern Arizona have run out of gas circle. K says the company is working to bring its fuel supply at some stations in the Tucson area back to capacity, the company did not say what led to the lack of fuel. How many stations were impacted and when gas is expected to be restored. Now. Arizona's statewide pump price has inched up to two fifty two a gallon, and we're not done climbing. Just yet Patrick DeHaan? With gas buddy says we could eventually be pushing the three dollars a gallon. Mar I think we'll certainly get a little closer. I don't know that we will clips that Phillips sixty six. Finery in person, California caught fire over the weekend. That certainly could have an impact the national average this morning is to fifty four a gallon. The snow melt from several winter storms continues to help fill up the reservoirs that supply the valley with water as are six reservoirs on the salt and Verde rivers are now at seventy four percent full last year at this time, those reservoirs were at sixty one percent, capacity. Let's get a check on traffic..

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03:03 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Happening again. New Zealand Prime Minister just send a Arden announced today that our government is moving forward with new gun laws following the terror attacks at two mosques that killed fifty people. It's been a big question about why he would pick New Zealand to do this. And if you believe that he is the one who wrote that online hate filled note, he says that he picked New Zealand initially because he wanted to train here. The gun laws are a lot more lax in New Zealand, and they are in Australia. But then he realized that New Zealand is one of the safest countries in the world. And if he could pull it off here that he could pull it off anywhere. That's ABC's will car KTAR's Ali vetnar spoke with the Valley High School teacher to see how they handle discussions about mass shootings Brian Ross he teaches American government and US history of mountain ridge high school in Glendale, one of the things that I love about today's kids is fifteen years ago. I would ask if kids knew about current events, and maybe no any he says social media easily. As the door to start conversations. Now, they're instantly getting things in their feed. Whether it be Twitter or Instagram is students had to say and think about the mass shooting in New Zealand things, they all knew about is the guy that livestream this. He said subscribe to some youtuber and the kids were like, no. And like, they all know this youtuber, which led the class to a discussion of technology and its power. Arizona highways getting deadlier and deadlier. There are new numbers this morning. Let's go live to KTAR's Alabama for the details on that story last week. DPS trooper Cameron Lee told me they were already ahead of last year's fatal car accident deaths. He joined Arizona's morning news today to update that number as of Sunday night were eighty so we've increased four over the last several days Friday to some day. We had three more fatalities at this time last year. We were at sixty five. Five deadly car accidents DPS says most of these crashes are caused by not using seatbelts driving under the influence and driving distracted live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news KTAR is on immigration a massive drug seizure south of Tucson youth. Officials coming across thirty thousand feet no pills that are being trafficked by Mexican drug cartel on the tonal Odom nation, south of Tucson, the seizure was part of an operation with the bureau of Indian affairs, drug enforcement does whipped up seven hundred thousand dollars worth of illegal and controlled substances in four border states to leave them in KTAR news right now blood centers across the country are struggling to keep enough supply stock because of all the winter storms that have made it hard for regular donors to get out. Sue with vitality tells KTAR part of the shortage is also because donation centers have trouble staying open during the storm site talent has had to close multiple donation centers and cancelled bled. Tried across many states due to the historic bomb. Cyclone? We've lost about a thousand blood donations through says right now, they have just a one day supply.

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03:20 min | 3 years ago

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"Now hearing from the owner of the gun store in New Zealand at sold the suspected mosques shooter several firearms gun city with locations around New Zealand bills itself as the world's largest gun store owner, David tipple and Christ Church confirms the store sold a mosque shooter four guns lawfully over the internet. Police verified, but a military style. I reportedly used by the alleged gunman was not fit just from gun city. Tipple says he can tell from video he's seen in expects the serial number to bear that out tipple says there was nothing extraordinary detected about the shooter who got a gun license in November twenty seventeen is most recent purchase at gun city was March twentieth. Eighteen Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. The death toll from last Friday's attacks has climbed to fifteen New Zealand now on the verge of passing tougher gun laws. KTAR's Ali vetnar spoke with the Valley High School teacher to see how they handle these discussions in the classroom, Brian Ross he teaches American government and US history at mountain ridge high school in Glendale. Fifteen years ago. I would ask if kids knew about current events, and they didn't know any. He says social media easily opens the door to start discussions now. They're instantly getting things in their feed. Whether it be Twitter or Instagram as for what his students had to say in think about the mass shooting in New Zealand. They all knew about is the guy that livestream this. He said subscribe to some Uber and the kids were like, no. And like, they all know this youtuber, which led the class to a discussion of technology in its power Ali vetnar KTAR news as the population in the valley continues to rob rob crime is going down more than sixty percent of Arizona's population. Now lives in Maricopa County and county. Attorney Bill Montgomery says adult felony bookings read a possible historic low. We're sending fewer people to prison when compared to the rest of the state to Arizona is committing people to prison less than it has within the last three years Gumri also. Says fewer juveniles are being booked Phoenix. Police killed someone here. Very Hernandez sent Grupo there and action. Hang those banners at spots where police shot and killed suspects. In the line of duty got the democrat police violence that we have been exposed to and seen in the last two years is thickening every time they someone shot every time. There's someone killed in our community with heartbroken. Phoenix police have five deadly shootings this year, they poll they're in action has a first amendment right to express themselves KTAR is immigration with an increase of immigrant families showing up at our southern border. The number of people ice is releasing into Arizona is also on the rise news now learned fourteen thousand five hundred people who came across the border with Mexico have been released across Arizona. Those numbers going back to December twenty first of last year until earlier this month. No details of numbers prior to those dates were available, immigrations and customs enforcement tells KTAR agents continue to process higher volumes of immigrant. Family units at the border, and they say they still work with organizations who receive immigrants and help them with basic needs as they connected families throughout the US as they Wade out there scheduled immigration hearings. Martha our KTAR news. The new signs are going up along Arizona highways. You may have seen one eight dot has put up some of the first Grand Canyon National park centennial signs, so many people who travel here from other places.

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02:51 min | 3 years ago

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"Top story one day after revealing that she was sexually assaulted while in the air force. Arizona Senator Martha mcsally says it's time for change. She told CBS this morning that sexual assault in the military. In the military is a national security threat. A motorcyclist has died in a crash along the loop three oh three north of Happy Valley road. The department of public safety says the biker went over the edge of the freeway and found into the Beardsley canal. Good news for the remaining. Dolphins transferred out of Arizona are TV partners. ABC fifteen see the four dolphins that are now living in their new ocean. Home in the US Virgin Islands are doing well and getting familiar with their new home dolphin narrows temporarily closed in January after four of its dolphins died in less than two years. The aquarium is being evaluated. It's twelve twelve on this Thursday afternoon. Arizona votes this coming Tuesday Phoenix will elect a new mayor in one of the longest mayoral runoff elections. The city has ever seen KTAR is Ali vetnar sat down with both candidates to get a closer look at who. They are what they stand for to start. I wanted to know how they would describe themselves. In three words, I'm getting of violence will be the next mayor, Phoenix, integrity, humility work ethic. I'm Kate geigo. And I'm asking for your vote to be the next Phoenix mayor mom prepared excited after that we dove right in. Why do they believe they're the best fit for mayor? I have background in economic development bringing good jobs to the city of Phoenix. I'm passionate about planning for the long term future. As for Valenzuela. The mayor of our city must be a coalition builder and a problem solver. I'm a lifelong public servant. I may firefighter and as a first responder I don't pick and choose away serve I serve everyone with both. Candidates formerly serving on the city council. I asked them if you become mayor what's your top priority. The most critical issue is our public safety issue. We have five hundred fewer cops today in Phoenix than ten years ago when I took office as a council member in two thousand twelve I led the effort to lift the hiring freeze to add more purchase Bader's. But we have to continue down that path. K guy told me she also wants a safer city. I wanna make sure we have safe communities that means we need to be hiring public safety officers. We need to empowering neighborhoods with neighborhood block, watch grants. So that people in our community can go out and solve their problems as well. As investing in better technology to keep our community safe from education to immigration. These candidates are asking for Phoenix voters to elect them as a mother and as a firefighter on March twelfth Ali vetnar KTAR news, and you can head to KTAR dot com to see the full video valley interviewing both mayoral candidates. Let's check your drive.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"News. Traffic and weather starts now. Bob mcclay. It's twelve noon. Here's our top story. We continue to follow the latest developments in the case of a self driving. Uber involved in a fatal accident in Tempe. Last March, we now know that Uber won't face consequences for the woman's death. But the person behind the wheel use an off the hook just yet. KTAR's Ali vetnar is live in the news center with the details. Maricopa County attorney Bill Montgomery says just because you have county attorney's office found no reason to press criminal charges against Uber. Over last year's deadly self driving car accident in ten p does not mean his office won't investigate the operator of the car. We still have the option to review potential charges involving the driver. Here is one element of investigation is still needs to be done. And that's to verify the video and match it to what the driver may have been able to perceive Montgomery says they're treading very carefully. Because the investigation involves the self driving car, which is uncharted waters for them. But in order for us to success. Really whether or not we can charge the driver. We've got to be able to match that video to exactly what was happening at the time. The collision occurred live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news, twelve one with traffic every six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, Bob, we're dealing with a crash seventeen. Southbound it's going to be the Glendale exit ramp two right lanes blocked off on this ramp headed that way. Stay left can still use the ramp. If you need it Greenway west of Bullard, we had a crash there better news to Broadway and thirty Fifth Avenue. Sounds.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

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"Our top story. A massive storm hammered northern Arizona with several feet of snow, and it's slamming eastern and southeastern Arizona before it moves out KTAR. Jim cross is live at the new Senator Bob places like shallow will privacy. Maybe ten answers are afoot on top. Like, I now rare sign the valley snow yesterday national the service that anthem had a quarter of an inch anthem fountain hills two to four Rio Verde north of McDowell bound regional park nine inches taller hills neighborhood and carefree twelve inches Troon north area in Scottsdale four inches. Very rare to see that in the valley live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news, mother nature is not letting up KTAR Ali vetnar is live in the news center with details on today's forecast. That's right. Bob ABC. Fifteen meteorologists IRA simmer. CEO says bundle up for another cold wet day. My forecast for today. Fifty two degrees that could go down as the coolest high temperature ever recorded on this date. Currently the record is fifty four. Four. So as long as we stay below as of this morning, Phoenix sky harbor got one point one nine inches of rain since it started on Thursday as for when all this is going to be over tonight. Those snow showers clear out the rain will be clearing out tonight as well. I think tomorrow is dryer the weekend is dryer too. And I'm not seeing any rain chances through about Thursday of next week live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news, Steve route eighty seven the beeline highway closed from the Bush way through pace and all the way to Winslow. There's no way in or out of pace and because of the snow highway two sixty s closed at camp Verde to eighty seven north of pine strawberry, pine strawberry. Fire. Chief Gary Morris tells KTAR that they're pretty much buried right now, we've got thirty four inches of snow on the ground, and it's pretty much.

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

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"Our top story. So we're going to be signing today and registering national emergency. And it's a great thing to do. Big news this morning from the president speaking outside of the White House. KTAR Ali vetnar is live in the news center with details. President Trump announcing this morning, he is signing a national emergency declaration to move forward with his plan to secure the US Mexico border, which includes a wall. The president said the national emergency has been declared by past presidents. There's rarely been a problem they signed it. Nobody cares. I guess they weren't very exciting saying without the wall. There's an invasion of our country with drugs human traffickers, in all types of criminals gangs, plus one of the things which they've just a tremendous amount on would be sending the military had a what we don't need the military. President Trump is also signing a spending Bill congress approved last night that avoids a government shutdown live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news reaction from euro-zone congra-. National delegation democratic congressman Greg Stanton says the president's national emergency declaration is unfortunate and is a dangerous precedent for our country. Declarations like, this must only be used for real national emergencies not to make up for political failure. And should not be used as a work around to the legislative process. However Stanton says he's happy about how both parties work together to get things done and avoid a government shutdown. Republicans like congresswoman, Debbie Lesko. I have told Arizona's morning news today. The president needs to do this and is well within his rights to declare the emergency has already been set a national emergencies. They've been used by presidents, including President Obama in the past. Let's go says she did not vote in favor of the budget proposal. The president is signing off on that will keep the nation from going into a budget shutdown much of the valley has been blanketed in fog this morning Glendale fire departments. Ashley Loesch tells KTAR that if you're out driving in it right now, be sure to stay alert give the cars around you extra room. Plus, we wanna make sure that we're using our regular headlights and not are high beams the high beams are actually going to make a reflection on the fog and make it harder to see. So keep those regular all headlights on. When you're driving laws says the most important thing to do with driving. These kinds of conditions.

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02:01 min | 3 years ago

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"Save their students in the event of an active shooter not a shooting drill. I mean, just let that sink in for a second. We have educators that are now getting educated and life saving measures in the event of a school shooting. And this is the medical angle not not where to hide and this isn't throw a brick Adam or something this is the after your kids have been shot or. How deal with them Ali vetnar from the KTAR news department was actually at this training yesterday. And this had to be an interesting event for you Allie. Because personally, you're probably a little bit more tied to the situation than others that were covering the story. Yeah. Definitely. I am a former mountain line. I graduated from mountain ridge high school in Glendale, and I'm not gonna lie. I was kind of excited knowing I saw this on the calendar. I'm like, hey, go back. See some of my former teachers not until I would say maybe an hour into the event. Did it kind of take hold in hearing the speakers seeing the paramedics? And then also watching my former math teacher, and my former soccer coach learn how to put on a tourniquet and address a gunshot wound. Did I really think about okay, I used to sit in this jobs when it changed is what he it went from. It went from being a reunion too. This is deadly serious deer valley unified school district. Put this on yesterday, some five hundred of their high school teachers gathered to learn how to respond to help their students during this an active shooter situation, and Mr Evans, who is he he is a math teacher. He is a wonderful human being and just couldn't care more about his students want to your teacher. He was okay. So easy for you. To interview him a little bit yesterday. Here's a little bit of what Mr Evans, the math teacher had to say about this training. We've learned how to do a tourniquet and stuffing.

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03:24 min | 3 years ago

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"I'm Sharon middlemen. Here's our top story. To healthcare released a statement moments ago after the arrest of one of their employees following an alleged sexual assault with a patient house. He had to healthcare says Nathan Sutherland's employment has been terminated. But the facility says prior to his employment Sutherland went through an extensive background. Check house. He had to says they'll continue to work with police investigators. Let's continue our team coverage now with KTAR's Jim cross who's live at Phoenix police headquarters with more on the investigation assurance Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams says that suspect thirty licensed practical nurse, Nathan Sutherland provided care to the victim. Now, we'll get charged with sexual assault and abusing a vulnerable adult. He was arrested based on DNA evidence we owed this arrest to the victim. We this. The rest of the newest member of our community that innocent baby apple say that baby is doing well. This investigation continues on determine if there are possibly more victims, or if there are any more suspects out there. Live at Phoenix police headquarters. Jim cross KTAR news following a series of public meetings. The Phoenix city council is expected to vote on the two hundred thirty million dollar plan to renovate talking stick resort arena. KTAR's Jeremy foster joins us live from the new center, then Phoenix would shell out one hundred and fifty million in tourism tax money. Sharon, pick up the remaining eighty million dollars city councilman sell to Cecile told on morning news today he opposes the deal. But thanks to council will approve you'll for city Fuchs taxpayers. It's not fair to the city. I would say that. It's just one of the miscarriage of Justice, basically with some of the city of Phoenix says the revenue stream has the sons making about fourteen million dollars a year. Phoenix tax payers, only two and a half million live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news. A Phoenix hero will be laid to rest today. KTAR's Ali vetnar is live in Peoria. We're funeral. Preparations are underway for Phoenix firefighter. Rick tell us. Yeah. That's right. Sharon last week, Phoenix firefighter. Rick tell us passed after a three year fight with throat cancer. His death is being considered a line of duty death because the cancer. He contracted was a result of the toxins. He was exposed to working in the fire service for eleven years. Larry suburbia with the Phoenix fire department tells me in the recent years, they've had our cultural makeover with the awareness of how exposed firefighters are to cancer. Our firefighters carry two sets of turnout gear to work. We had never done that before. And the reason for that is if they go on a fire traditionally you, finish a fire. You take your turn out. You throw them in the back of the truck. And now, you're breathing the fumes and everything off those now Sooners the fires over we are turnouts. They get put in plastic bags and they get sent into get washing. Everybody grabs her second set of turnouts, the procession just escorted tell us his family into the church with bagpipes as well as children in wife during his service were expected to hear from his Captain, Dan Grover as well as Phoenix fire. Chief Caracol Brenner live from CCB. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news. And now for a check on traffic. Here's been live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. We'll heavy delays are on US sixty heading westbound that is going to be between almost school road and McClintock drive where there was an accident. It's now clear and laze are subsiding still little heavy in the area. Though also Dunlap it's closed in both directions. Writing about twenty three rd avenue to nineteenth avenue. And that is for an injury accident in the area..

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Here's our top story. New developments about the Phoenix healthcare facility where a patient in a heat of state allegedly gave birth after apparently being sexually assaulted. Former caregiver of the victim tells ABC fifteen at hacienda healthcare employees should have known. She was pregnant because they were supposed to be checking on her regularly. The former employees also said security at the facility wasn't up to par too. Many entrances to many opportunities anybody could have I myself have come in the back way where these other doors lock. Did you need a keycard the woman and her baby are being cared for at another facility hacienda. CEO Bill timid resigned his post yesterday as police investigate who may have assaulted. The victim KTAR's Ali vetnar is live in the news center. She spoke to an expert board-certified OBGYN on how the pregnancy was possible. Dr. Greg marshawn gives an outside perspective as to what a woman in this kind of state would have experienced during an alleged sexual assault. When you don't have a functioning cerebral cortex. You just have a hunting brain stem, you're able to detect pain, but there's really no thinking going on or any understanding of what's going on. But what kind of pain would a woman in a vegetative state experience in this scenario? You can think about it kind of being like if you were to pump her knee while you're asleep in the night, you'd feel the pain, but you might not be able to put together what's going on Dr marshawn questions why no one noticed the changes in her body live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news. Twelve o one with traffic every six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, Bob, we've got a crash now just coming in Greenway Hayden loop over near Scottsdale quarter. It's going to be right near seventy third street. That's east of Scottsdale road. If you're unfamiliar with the area Indian school east twentieth street, we had a crash there as well..

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our top story. We're learning more about the Phoenix healthcare facility where a patient in a vegetative state gave birth after she was reportedly sexually assaulted a former caregiver of the victim tells ABC fifteen of hacienda employees should have known. She was pregnant because they were supposed to be checking on her regularly. KTAR is Ali vetnar is live at the news center. She spoke to an expert board-certified OBGYN on however pregnancy was possible. Dr Greg marshawn gives an outside perspective as to what a woman in this kind of state would have experienced during an alleged sexual assault in a case like this. When you don't have a functioning cerebral cortex, you just have a functioning brain stamp, you're able to detect pain, but there's really no thinking going on or any understanding of what's going on as for if a woman in a vegetative state would experience pain in this scenario. You can think about it kind of being like if you were to bump your knee while you're asleep in the night. Right. You'd feel the pain, but you might not be able to put together what's going on Dr marshawn questions. Why no one noticed the changes in her body live in the news center? I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news. The Russian lawyer involved in the summer of two thousand sixteen meeting at Trump Tower was charged today in New York with obstruction of Justice. Several prosecutors charged Natalia veselnitskaya with obstructing twenty thirteen asset forfeiture case here in New York. Best on its guy is the Russian lawyer who met with Donald Trump junior, Jared Kushner and others associated with the Trump campaign in what has become a focal point for special counsel, Robert Muller, while the obstruction charges unrelated the case appears to establish her ties to the Kremlin court records said vessel that sky had secretly cooperated with a senior Russian prosecutor to mislead American investigators. She is believed to be in Russia. But if she is ever convicted in this country, she would face up to ten years in prison. Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York..

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story. So help you God. Congratulations Senator vice president has sworn in Arizona's two new US Senator going alphabet, vice President Mike Pence swore in Martha mcsally, I Houston cinema was the first female elected to the US Senate from Arizona. The Senate leadership will probably treat her as the senior Senator KTAR political analyst shut Coughlin doesn't anticipate either freshman will get committee leadership post or that they'll be maverick's early on like Mick Sally's predecessor, John McCain her quieter, they're more subtle Coughlin says cinema an mkx selling must work beyond their party differences on border, security and immigration. Peter say more KTAR news, although January feels like it should be all about new beginnings and fresh starts. It's actually more common for people to feel depressed and lonely. KTAR's Ali vetnar is live in the news center now with some insight from valley, mental health professional by Ronnie. January is my most busy month because they think that for a lot of us. We have maybe been putting self care on the back burner built more psychology. Dr Melissa S to B O says more often than not people are thinking of suicide in the new year. Think that a lot of people really keep a lot of their depression to themselves and Phil very secretive. It's a time where a lot of the social interactions tend to back away. And so it actually creates a big risk for suicide for many people. She encourages anyone struggling to talk to loved ones into understand the stigma of suicide is felt by more people than you think live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news as our pay wants to share some valley history with you it created the heritage map that takes you to more than seventy five water power artistic and history sites around the valley as Ps Leah Harrison says one of those sites is Arizona falls. It's been a community gathering place for well. Over a hundred years artists went in and sort of redesigned it, and you can really experience the water flowing through the valley hydroelectric site sits. The G R Herberger park at fifty-six St. in Indian school, check out that map on SRP's website. Let's take a look at traffic. Now, we've got Larry Lewis up in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center..

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They're now moving through Oklahoma and Texas where at least four people have been killed in a police officer injured in accidents on roads made tetris by all of the snow. You details on a deadly crash that closed southbound I seventeen at sunset point for several hours this morning. The Arizona department of public safety says a ten year old girl died she was in a car that rolled over. Once it rolled. It was then hit by a semi truck. So what we have is to separate collisions. GPS trooper Cameron Lee says the driver of the car and a fourteen year old boy were hurt. The driver of the semi was not injured. No word yet on exactly what caused the crash. A woman who was struck near central avenue and bell road last night has died. Phoenix police say two cars collided and caused one of the cars to slide into the sidewalk and hit the woman investigation into the accident is ongoing. Well, although January feels like it should be all about new beginnings and fresh starts. It's more common for people to feel depressed and lonely KTAR is Ali vetnar is live in the news center with some insight from valley, mental health professional. Ironically, January is my most busy mom because I think that for a lot of us. We have maybe been putting self care on the back burner built more psychology. Dr Melissa s to be oh says more often than not people are thinking of suicide in the new year. Think that a lot of people really keep a lot of their. Depression to themselves infill, very secretive. It's a time where a lot of the social interactions tend to back away. And so it actually creates a big risk for suicide for many people cheat encourages anyone struggling to talk to love went into understand, the stigma of suicide is felt by more people than you think live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news, federal health officials believe cases of polio like illness affecting mostly children have peaked nationwide. The centers for disease control and prevention, adding twenty one additional confirmed cases of acute flaccid, my elitest to its report on the illness in two thousand eighteen the agency is confirmed a record one hundred eighty six cases in thirty nine states with another three hundred and forty-one case is still under investigation. The CDC says previous outbreaks of the mysterious illness typically peak in December FM usually starts as a respiratory illness before affecting the nervous system leading to weak limbs and possible paralysis it's unclear what led to the outbreak across the US in two thousand eighteen right burrow, ABC news. Four cases where confirmed here in Arizona last. Last year. Tranquilli shoot the scenes. Before has the far side of the moon explored. That's changed today. China has landed its first ever lunar probe in the von Karman crater one of the deepest and oldest on the moon Rover will be tasked with testing the terrain to uncover clues about how our moon was formed that was sound.

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"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"ali vetnar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Came to an end with a dose of winter weather, a lot of rain in the valley actually, a little bit of snow in certain places further up north, and then tons of snow in the high country KTAR's Ali vetnar has been tracking that system, and he she joins me live now and alley how much rain did. We see here in the valley yesterday and how much snow did parts of the state. See he no I spoke with Austin Jameson this morning and yesterday morning. He's a meteorologist with the national weather service in Phoenix. And he said that it's been so strange because it has been such a dry year. And it's been with this cold front to have this much rain. It's so nice to kind of have that supplementation in that benefit at the end of the year. And he gave me some numbers this morning about some rainfall in here. He is speaking about that locations near and west of I seventeen had less than a tenth of an inch, especially the far southeast valley had the most rainfall with a lot of places there and accessible third of an inch thumb half inch. Even out in patchy junction and gold canyon some spots around the three quarters of an inch of rain. Yeah. And I mean as for any more rain today, it's not too likely by obviously with Jim cross. He's out there at the fiesta bowl right now. And he's talking about how cold it is. And that's what is projected to stay throughout the week with that cold front that did hit the northern part of the state. So we'll be seeing forties. Most of today with a high of fifty one eventually in the afternoon, but I'm not too much more rain right now. But it looks like maybe Saturday or Sunday. There's another storm kind of on the horizon. Yeah. And is that going to drop temperatures down again once that other assists that new system blow through? Yes. Yes. Definitely. So it looks like around Friday will be warming up again. So we hope to see sixty degrees on Friday. That's why the the national weather service was telling me this morning. But again this weekend temperatures are going to drop again. Like we saw yesterday and today. All right. Ali vetnar tracking this weather system. Good stuff. Thank you very much alley and one of the TV reporters, I think it was a TV reporter. I don't remember from where somebody posted a video on Twitter yesterday of it actually snowing like north Scottsdale, maybe out toward the cave creek area. So.

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Arizona shelter shut in latest case of alleged migrant child abuse

Chad Benson

00:04 sec | 3 years ago

Arizona shelter shut in latest case of alleged migrant child abuse

"Ali vetnar KTAR news. Meanwhile, the department of health services

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Tesla to drop some color options for cars to simplify production

Dave Ramsey

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

Tesla to drop some color options for cars to simplify production

"The AG's office claims that Purdue farmer used deceptive and misleading marketing to push opioids in violation of a court. Order issued in two thousand seven the company denies those allegations. The times of London is reporting that China has announced a new draft law. That bans anyone from uploading sermons. Or live streaming church services on the internet. The time says the Chinese government has ordered the removal of rooftop crosses and

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Teva to hold Indivior generic drug launch pending U.S. ruling

Arizona's Morning News

01:09 min | 4 years ago

Teva to hold Indivior generic drug launch pending U.S. ruling

"The mayo clinic is joining a group of hospitals launching a nonprofit generic drug company. It's called civic prescription. And it'll directly manufacturer generic drugs in serious demand professor of surgery and vice dean of clinical practice at the mayo clinic in Arizona, Dr William stone explains why it's needed either. The medication has gotten to be. Prohibitively expensive. Or it may not actually be available. There may be drug that an individual patient needs. But the manufacturer has not produced enough of that. And they may not have it locally fourteen. Generic hospital drugs are the initial focus in are expected to hit the market as early as twenty nineteen hoping to potentially work alongside V as throughout the country Ali vetnar KTAR news on neurological institute in Phoenix now has a fifty million dollar grant to study deadly brain cancer, looking for a cure for the same cancer that claimed the life of Senator John McCain the grant itself is effectively supporting a new type of clinical trials program at the barrow, which is a combination of basic science research and drug development. That's Dr Nodar Sam Sinai with barrows doctors tonight says the gift will push barrows to a new level of personalized

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Papa John sues Papa John's

Mac and Gaydos

04:35 min | 4 years ago

Papa John sues Papa John's

"Howard air Five oh. To continuing now with our, top story on the death. Of the, GPS trooper retired Phoenix police sergeant Darren Birch joined KTAR Bruce St? James and Pamela Hughes show today and he gives his two cents worth as to why he. Thinks there's a growing number of, police involved shootings this year one area being social media. But now with social media and again. It goes back to your, statement Bruce impression or is it truth we're seeing a. Lot of an, all use the term loosely. Citizens doing a lot of ethics please According to our TV partners ABC fifteen have been a total of fifty five officer and deputy involved shootings across the valley as today now the concerns of police survivors a group also. Known as cops says that they're ready to provide moral support to the family of the fallen DPS trooper we help them with a number of things with moral support. With helping them put together benefit information to you know. Just getting through the day Jan blazer upchurch with cops says the organization is made up of families of, survivors legal battles, continue, after the. Strange, case from the summer of two thousand fifteen when eight cars, were hit with bullets throughout the valley KTAR's, alley vetnar is live in the news center, to explain governor Doug Ducey will not have to give a deposition over phone calls made between him and DPS over the, alleged conclusion to the I, ten freeway shooting case a. District judge, ruled lawyers for the man charged in the, case Leslie marriage junior? Would not be able to get any valuable information by questioning the governor over the calls the, judge Says the attorneys. Could still get information from others who work the investigation there have. Been no arrests since mayor juniors released after seven months in jail the case remains unsolved live. In the. News, center I'm Ali vetnar KTAR, news more than four hundred acres have been burning since Saturday within the Grand Canyon Rachel grabbing signs the fire information officer. For the north rim of the Grand Canyon and tells KTAR how it started to these fires are all, natural lightning, strike ignitions that are caused, with the monsoon season there are no closures to the park as of yet but, there is a lot of smoke coming from both in north and south portions of the rim firefighters have been down the state of California are up against some scorching heat strong winds and bone dry. Conditions battling a number of wildfires throughout that state at least five homes destroyed so far forty seven hundred acres now chart the fire five percent contained authorities say the. Fire was deliberately set arresting thirty two year old Brandon. At, Glover he's now charged with five counts of arson its ABC's will car there's a search underway for, a missing Hiker near Sedona Coconino county deputies. Say sixty year old David light hall was last seen Wednesday near the Britain's Mesa trail soldiers pass trail. Junction around ten AM he stands about six three ways two hundred fifty pounds has blue eyes Brown hair and was last seen wearing Brown Columbia hiking boots a jury in Mohave county is awarded the largest. Verdict in county history eight million dollars in damages the, case involves a surgeon who was accused of willfully causing the death of his own patient the patient's. Wife and her Phoenix attorney filed a lawsuit against Dr Arnaldo tributo but a, jury in Kingman found the lawyer, in his firm wrongfully sued and accused the, doctor in the death Papa John formerly sues, Papa John's founder. And ousted former Papa, John's chairman John Schneider, has sued Papa John's international Inc demanding the company released internal, documents Schneider resigned. As chairman of the company's board after facing. Criticism for using a. Racial slur during a media training call Red mount freeway. Eastbound fifty one? At twenty four minutes..

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UA college student paralyzed in Spain makes remarkable recovery

Dave Ramsey

02:43 min | 4 years ago

UA college student paralyzed in Spain makes remarkable recovery

"In the fire danger remains extremely high across the state tiffany davila with the department of forestry and fired management says fireworks are a huge concern hated under severe drought or in a high fire danger so just be cautious and again fireworks are never allowed on state or federal lands at any time of the year a fire restrictions and closures still in place across the state ktar is on immigration to colorado republican is sounding off after visiting an ice processing and detention facility near denver congressman mike kaufman says there were fifty adults in the facility who were part of the family separations at the border he says just eight have been reunited with their children i remain very concerned about the process it's just very fragmented there are so many federal agencies involved in this with no one person in charge as of last week to health and human services department said there were just over two thousand separated minors in its care police in franklin was kansin say they're pursuing child neglect charges against the mother of a three year old found in a hot car three year old girl was found dripping with sweat and crying a locked car by a woman walking her dog says temperatures outside approach ninety degrees the woman who found the girl says police discovered the girl's mother laughing in the nearby woods with a man who was not the girl's father and they gave police many excuses the girl's father says he was told by police that his daughter was left in the locked car with no windows cracked for about forty five minutes police also finding open alcohol containers inside of the car the father is now seeking legal custody of the girl ryan burrow abc news it's twelve thirteen here's what we're working on this afternoon in the ktar newsroom a twenty year old university of arizona student from arizona has made an exceptional recovery after becoming paralyzed from a rare neurological condition while in spain ktar ali vetnar is live from barrel urological institute with the story they're calling her a walking and talking miracle premed honors student carry done was in spain visiting friends from foreign exchange student program winner symptoms of blurred vision and tingling in her hands and feet started the past has been the most challenging and most terrifying time of my entire life i never imagined that a fun trip to spain with a friend would result and maybe hunting paralyzed and having to be medically airlifted back to the united states the rare disorder called feeling barr syndrome started to spread paralysis throughout her body and within hours of arriving to the nearest hospital in spain she lost movement in her aunt in her body and respiratory says started to fail after weeks of real rehabilitation today care is now being.

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Remains found in Arizona ID'd as long-missing woman

Dave Ramsey

00:54 sec | 4 years ago

Remains found in Arizona ID'd as long-missing woman

"Of impairment he was reportedly delivered and golf cart to the complex no word on what charges he's facing we now have an identity on the human remains found last week outside of a construction site in chandler very decomposed female was positively identified as that of jamie lady chandler police detective set tyler tells ktar she had been missing for eight years for those that are familiar with the jimmy lady case she was reported missing back on may twenty eight to twenty ten by her father ex boyfriend rick valentini is serving fifty four years in prison after he was convicted on a second degree murder charge for jamie's disappearance and death although her body had yet to be recovered ali vetnar ktar news her disappearance captured the nation's attention and was featured on an episode of cbs's forty eight hours in two thousand twelve let's get a check on traffic from the valley chevy dealers traffic center there's a crash on the.

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Mesa, Arizona, police department at center of beating video was already under fire

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Mesa, Arizona, police department at center of beating video was already under fire

"A private investigation after the second video alleging police brutality against a black man was released this week stemming from the mesa police department mopping in the alleged victims say the new video shows thirty year old terrence kirkpatrick being assaulted hog tied mishandled by mesa police after he called them to report being attacked by someone trying to break into his apartment the victim says police also called him rachel slurs and beat his head against a patrol car dragged me out of the house drag me down the stairs near we had a problem with the police vehicle in terms of strapping me so my legs into my arms like a animal protests are planned tonight at five o'clock and friday night at seven outside of mesa police headquarters ali vetnar ktar news who's a strip mall fire is out in the east phoenix area after more than forty firefighters battled the flames in the heat one firefighter was taken to the hospital for heat exhaustion the fire started in a shed captain rod mcdade says they'll be looking into what was inside that shed walking in that shit what was sort in that shed who was in that shit preview to that homes in nearby businesses at thirty second.

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Tempe, America and Harassment discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Tempe, America and Harassment discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"News on ktar news abc mentioned moment ago about facebook ceo mark zuckerberg talking to his company's developer's conference with that speech did happen this morning in san jose zach berg said that two thousand eighteen has been an intense years so far but he offered no apology for the company's privacy scandal zuckerberg says his company is reopening the process to get new and improved apps on its services and it's investigating investing that is a lot insecurity the maker of the musical instrument that's been esteemed by generations of guitar legends as filed for bankruptcy gibson guitars sells more than one hundred seventy thousand guitars a year but it's division that sells headphones speakers and other electronics has been struggling and it's contributing to gibson's debt a date for musicals as the tony award nominations were announced this morning mean girls and spongebob squarepants garnered the most nominations with twelve a piece also cleaning up were the band's visit and revivals of carousel and angels in america harry potter in their cursed child also got a lot of attention ashley judd is filing suit against disgraced hollywood executive harvey weinstein is alleging in her complaint that he torpedoed her career by retaliating against her for rejecting his sexual demands in the late ninety s and that he smeared her name and reputation by telling the lord of the rings director peter jackson and producer fran walsh she was a nightmare to work with and should be avoided at all costs that's abc's amy rohbock and louisiana secretary of state tom shetler is resigning because of sexual harassment allegations he issued a letter saying he'll step down on may the eight female employees is shoot is suing shetler saying he harassed her for years and punished her when she rebuffed his repeated advances it's twelve thirteen here's what we're working on this afternoon of the ktar newsroom mike pants is in the valley today ktar ali vetnar will attend the vice president's america first event later this afternoon in tempe one day after the vice president took a trip to the southern border where he spoke with customs and border patrol agents in tweeted photos with the caption walls work he'll now be in the valley to speak.

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Dr Michael Cowan, Ktar and Ducey discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:51 min | 4 years ago

Dr Michael Cowan, Ktar and Ducey discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"In the news center with the latest teachers don't seem to be taking to the twenty percent pay hike promised to them by twenty twenty from governor ducey i'm a teacher and i am really really not okay with this budget proposal because he leaves out so many of our support style and also doesn't even touch earth people spending ktar's bruce st james and pamela hughes s arizona teachers how they felt about the proposal to teachers they would rather the money put towards classrooms and their own pay which is about so much more than teachers and if they do accept only care about his teachers and not the rest of the tap on campus mesa public schools superintendent dr michael cowan telling ktar he appreciates ducey's responsiveness to teachers and that he's presented what he thinks is a strong viable option for the state to improve education however several schools today were read in protest to the announcement governor ducey's office tells ktar they've received positive feedback to the proposal made live in the news center i'm ali vetnar ktar news at twelve oh what would traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center well bob we get crash activities slow things down for us on the two two red mountain westbound the fifty second street on ramp is blocked up this student went accident likely at fifty second street in the two zero two involving a pedestrian so if you're headed that way let's see a bit of a slowdown ten eastbound downtown crash for you east seventh street that one has got vehicles off left and off right collision bell road at tatum nother one forty three rd avenue south of indian school traffic's brought to you by scientology network the only things more interesting than what you've heard is what you had it curious watch scientology network under tv channel three twenty or go to scientology dot tv i'm larry lewis ktar news ktar weather for the valley it'll be sunny.

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