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04:08 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Brian Clark the CDC in a change of its recommendations now says Americans should wear some sort of cloth or fabric face covering when they leave their homes during the corona virus pandemic president trump at the White House on Friday said this is voluntary I don't think I'm going to be doing it the thought is that it can help slow the spread of the virus from people who aren't showing symptoms there are more than two hundred seventy eight thousand confirmed cases nationwide loan more than seven thousand deaths leaders in some of the hardest hit states say they need more equipment New York governor Andrew Cuomo warning the country's hardest hit state could run out of ventilators in just a few days but the president telling our Jon Karl New York is well they certainly shouldn't they should have had more ventilators they were totally under serviced we are trying to do we're doing our best for New York we've worked very well with the governor we happen to think that he's well served with ventilators that's A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott at the White House the economic impacts of covered nineteen triggered a two point two trillion dollar stimulus but oversight experts are warning of the fraud possibility A. B. C.'s Marc Randall arts is that's because of the sheer size of the situation making it hard to vet applicants that's what several oversight experts who investigated abuse of the government's bailout in two thousand eight have told ABC news one area they say is particularly vulnerable for abuse is the three hundred and fifty billion dollars in forgivable loans to small businesses as it's left up to banks to vet potential borrowers and a firing from president trump announced Friday inspector general for the intelligence community who transmitted to Congress the whistle blower complaint that sparked the Ukraine impeachment inquiry Michael Atkinson has been fired by president trump announced in a letter late Friday night from the president to congressional leaders that's A. B. C. chucks Iverson takes effect in thirty days the president said he had lost confidence in the inspector you're listening to ABC news Arizona is a news station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic C. A. R. news time is eight oh two I'm Gabriel Camino a valley IC you nurse is asking you to take the corona virus the right seriously bath works for a hospital here in the valley and she says for anyone who doesn't think the virus is real I would tell them to come take a look at an ideal for a few minutes that's what we're really seeing that the scariest stop these are some of the ticket statement that we've ever taken care of and you know in the ICU we take care of this ticket patient she says right now hospitals are allowing visitors meaning patients who were dying don't get to be comforted by their loved ones she says being a health care worker right now it's hard because that could mean being exposed to bring the virus home to their families were getting sick themselves K. T. A. our eyes on the economy people are still buying homes despite the economy slowing down due to a coronavirus merry Roberts is a realtor in the valley and the president of the Arizona realtors association I asked her if she has seen a slow down in people buying houses we haven't seen as much but I assume in the next month it will slow down mainly for those second home buyers investment buyers she says something else did spike a few weeks ago when mortgage rates dropped to about three percent there was just an influx of refinances she says rates have started to increase a bit but they'll likely start dropping again soon resell the city no KTAR news and there is a new warning from the IRS involving the twelve hundred dollar checks Americans are expected to receive from the coronavirus stimulus package Starmer scammers are reaching out to victims asking them for their personal information or you won't receive a check for sync take phone calls sure enough of the text messages and the criminals keep changing their tactics so for most people they just need to really basically do nothing and they'll get their don't get their money bye Watson with the IRS says all you need to do is make sure you filed your twenty eighteen twenty nineteen taxes and now for a check on traffic.

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"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:19 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"State KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic now you know to Good Friday evening I'm John roller another sharp increase in corona virus cases and deaths here in Arizona here are now more than seventeen hundred cases of corona virus in Arizona and forty one people have died that's up by nine deaths since yesterday more than twenty four thousand people have been tested in the state Maricopa county still remains the most impacted county with more than one thousand cases again there are more than seventeen hundred cases of coronavirus in Arizona and forty one deaths Taylor can erupt KTAR news there was our governor Doug Ducey today announcing additional guidance that will shut down salons barber shops and other services the services that were initially deemed essential during the corona virus outbreak in an executive order announced last month those services along with tanning salons tattoo parlours spas massage parlors splash pads and swimming pools in apartments and hotels must cease operations by five o'clock tomorrow well if you're looking to grab some food to go this weekend Tempe marketplace now offering touch free drive in takeout all you have to do is park in their designated spots scan the code with your phone and order some options are old stone creamery yogis groping her breasts smashburger Cheryl Holik it's all Greek to me I think it's great he'll smokehouse barbecue marketing director Emily Andrews says they have nine available spots but will expand if needed you can also download the apt all on one dying to order out Katie a our eyes on the economy people still buying houses and realtors are getting creative in the way they interact with clients very Roberts is with the Arizona realtors association she says something that's becoming quite popular gonna see a lot more virtual home tours they've got programs that allow you to use a three sixty camera and so that the client can actually click room to room and really do a three sixty tour of the home no for right now all let's get a check on traffic Josh K. is live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center the good news.

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:58 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Five hotels in the valley owned by the real estate and development investment firm caliber will one day for a total of fourteen night we're offering five rooms per hotel the company's Chris Locklear says they're offering this for the month of April and may me and my wife is a nurse and so we were looking at some of the communication and her network and there are a lot of nurses and doctors who were helping these patients and they're worried about potentially coming home and getting their family active to see which hotels are offering this visit calibers website reporting live from Griselda city no KTAR news to Arizona universities are dealing with housing issues because of the corona virus NA you is giving students the option of staying on campus during the call a corona virus outbreak students who are able to move out of residential housing by April sixteenth we'll get a credit that represents twenty five percent of the spring semesters housing and dining charges meanwhile there is on a state university is asking students living on campus right now to move out by April fifteenth if they have another place to stay they're offering a fifteen hundred dollar non refundable credit to eligible students Arizona department of emergency and military affairs director Major General Michael McGuire joined in that town hall last night with governor Doug Ducey another's acquires says the National Guard is stepping in to help out the Navajo Nation deal with the many covert nineteen cases and deaths there or working diligently with tribal leadership to try to allay those emerging issues and provide a more enduring solution McGuire says they've been stationed in tuba city and K. Gunter new restrictions are now in place at Phoenix parks and rec areas all ramadas and picnic tables are now closed during yesterday's city council meeting however the council voted against closing down trails councilman Carlos Garcia disagreed feel better they're responsible although we are not shutting everything down but because I think we should do something rather than nothing I wish we were doing a lot more golf cart rentals at the city's eight golf courses are not limited to one person at a time of lessons to family members writing in the cart the Coconino National Forest is closing popular hiking trails and scenic areas near Sedona the bell road cathedral rock and courthouse Vista trail heads will be closed until further notice because of the large number of hikers and people to failing to practice social distancing their funeral services for the Phoenix police commander who was killed in the line of duty will be limited to immediate family the next police will live stream a mask for commander Greg Carmichael on Facebook next Tuesday at ten AM only immediate family members will be allowed to attend his service at St Jerome's Catholic Church to the coronavirus conical was shot and killed Sunday night while responding to a domestic violence call the fifty six year old was planning to retire in October after thirty one years on the force he leaves behind a wife and four adult children police are asking the public to pause for a moment of silence at noon on Tuesday in Carmichaels memory journey foster KTAR news a man is dead this morning after an officer involved shooting in mesa last night just before eleven o'clock the officer tried to stop a man on a moped head near center street and Broadway road shortly after that the officer requested emergency back up and that's when the officer shot the man a man died the officer was not injured KTA our eyes on the economy people are still buying houses and realtors are getting creative in the way they interact with clients merry Roberts with the Arizona realtors association says something that's becoming quite popular you're gonna see a lot more virtual home tours they've got programs that allow you to use a three sixty camera and so that the client can actually click room to room and really do a three sixty tour of the home she advises realtors to ask clients of they've been sick or if they travel abroad recently before they show a home at twelve oh seven here's Larry Lewis from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:19 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On ABC thirteen meteorologist I resemble CEO at eight oh Ford is fifty nine degrees in Phoenix our neighbors at his response to the corona virus pandemic AS you was received a two million dollar emergency grant to make nose and throat test kits AS you Josh Robert has these suggestions for limiting the spread test people identify the carriers and make sure that they are not coming in contact with anybody else while they're still producing virus in conjunction of course with the social distancing that we're all doing the money from the Virginia G. Piper charitable trust will also be used to research whether plant proteins as well as approaches used in smallpox vaccines can be used to develop a coronavirus vaccine researchers are also working to develop a blood test this is Jim Ryan Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month ABC's Jim Ryan Katie a our eyes on the economy people are still buying houses realtors are finding creative ways to interact with clients you're going to see a lot more virtual home tours Mary Roberts with the Arizona realtors association says this allows sellers to limit the number of people who come into their homes but for those who still want to let people in to see their houses she recommends have that home readily available meeting have all the lights on have doors open have everything open so that the buyers when they can come in don't have to touch anything and her advice for realtors before they show a house to a client you have the right to ask have you been sick recently and have you traveled abroad asset to everybody just to protect yourself Griselda city no KTAR news we're now learning about services for the Phoenix police commander shot and killed on the job earlier this week a funeral mass for commander Greg Carmichael is planned for Tuesday at ten AM at St Jerome's Catholic Church not only the immediate family will be present because of the car rona virus pandemic the police department does plan to live stream the memorial on Facebook and I'm sure if you stands six feet apart you will still be able to line the streets with their flags in your salutes.

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"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:08 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And throat test kits is you Josh will appear as these suggestions for limiting the spread test people identify the carriers and make sure that they are not coming in contact with anybody else while they're still producing virus in conjunction of course with the social distancing that we're all doing the money from the Virginia G. Piper charitable trust will also be used to research whether plant proteins as well as approaches used in small pox vaccines can be used to develop a coronavirus vaccine researchers are also working to develop a blood test K. D. A. R. eyes on the economy people still buying houses realtors are finding creative ways to interact with clients you're going to see a lot more virtual home tours Mary Roberts with the Arizona realtors association says this allows sellers to limit the number of people who come into their homes but for those who still want to let people in to see their houses she recommends have that home readily available meeting have all the lights on have doors open have everything open so that the buyers when they can come in don't have to touch anything and her advice for realtors before they show house to a client you have the right to ask have you been sick recently and have you traveled abroad asset to everybody just to protect yourself Griselda city no KTAR news this is Jim Reid Michigan's governor Gretchen Whitmer sums it up for many of us this is a challenge unlike anything we've ever faced before a new ABC news Ipsos poll reveals that nine in ten Americans have had their daily lives disrupted by covert nineteen and that fewer than half think they'll return to their regular routines by June first eighty nine percent of us now worry that we or someone we know will be infected with the virus up from seventy nine percent last month we are that's ABC's Jim Ryan we're now learning about services for the Phoenix police commander shot and killed on the job earlier this week a funeral mass for commander Greg Carmichael is planned for Tuesday at ten AM at St Jerome's Catholic Church only the immediate family is going to be present because the corona virus pandemic the police department plans to live stream the memorial on Facebook KTAR news time six oh seven I wonder if we'll still see the long miles long procession in the lining the roadways.

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"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:42 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now nearly sixteen hundred cases of coronavirus in Arizona and thirty two deaths Taylor canter up KTAR news issue is moving their spring graduation to online through the pandemic in a letter for me is he president Dr Michael crow spring graduates will be celebrating virtually the spring and those that wish to walk in person are able to in December or in may of twenty twenty one cross says as a first generation college student he understands the disappointment but they're going to celebrate and honor their students accomplishments online here's a list of cream court has unanimously ruled the right sure fees at sky harbor airport do not violate the state's constitution Phoenix mayor K. go tells KTA are that the that we had suggested were very similar to those in the airports that are busier than ours but certainly in the era of covert nineteen we will re evaluate everything consonant sound to see C. O. tels que Taylor's Mike Broomhead show he hopes the council hold off on implementing the fees my hope is that it's a re evaluation that takes into account the people just don't have the cash right now to be doing these types of things the Phoenix aviation department says the new fees will take effect may first uber lift have said they'll stop servicing sky harbor if the fees take a fact Arizona Republican senator Martha McSally holding a virtual town hall meetings today updating Arizonans on the economic side of the care coronavirus pandemic XLE says taxpayers begin to get there twelve hundred dollar checks from the federal government directly deposited into accounts on file with the IRS in about two weeks big Sally says the government hopes to have a portal up soon to enter direct deposit info paper checks will be issued starting may first the fourth but they could take up to twenty weeks he's a our eyes on the economy people are still buying houses despite the economy slowing down due to the corona virus but a local realtor says that will likely change I'm assuming the next month it will slow down mainly for those second home buyers investment buyers that might want to wait and see what's happening with the markets merry Roberts is a realtor in the valley and the president of the Arizona realtors association she says there has also been a spike in the number of people refinancing their homes take advantage of low interest rates check number traffic and weather in the valley Chevy dealers traffic centers Josh K. well surface streets are still a bit of a mess right now is we've got a couple of pedestrian involved Iraq's one of these coming in fifty ninth Avenue north of Thomas with each other on seventh street and capture new crash off the freeways on Lichfield road this is just north of make dal use caution as you come through here and a rack is causing delays on southern at fifteenth Avenue he would Broadway or baseline to get around this this report is sponsored by work when you need a man to on demand forecasts the world's largest network of independent professionals.

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"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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04:14 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Deaths Taylor canter up KTAR news valley IC you nurse says this virus is serious and they're dealing with some of the sickest patients they have ever seen Beth tells KTA are it's difficult being a health care worker during this time we can't have any but all it we've had patients that have not been able to be comforted by their friends and family and loved ones you know as they passed and and they're scared she says it's their job to be there for their patience and comfort them and she hopes that anyone who isn't taking the threat of coronavirus seriously starts to the economic slowdown caused by the corona virus is not stopping some people from buying houses K. T. A. R.'s Griselda the Tino spoke to a valley realtor and joins us now live Mary Roberts is a realtor in the valley and the president of the Arizona realtors association I asked her if she has seen a slow down in people buying houses we haven't seen as much but I assume in the next month it will slow down mainly for those second home buyers investment buyers meanwhile she says the number of people looking to refinance spiked a few weeks ago about a month ago six weeks ago we had a really low interest rates at three percent and there was just an influx of refinances she says rates have started to increase of bits but they'll likely start dropping again soon reporting live Griselda city no KTAR news democratic Senate hopeful mark Kelly put his campaign on hold to help combat the coronavirus crisis no more door to door canvassing and they've transformed their email list into a way to serve the community we've got to stop the spread of this virus democratic Senate candidate mark Kelly tells yours and it's morning news he supports the letter along with the majority of our state's congressional delegation asking president trump for an emergency declaration for our state he says we need help with the shortage of medical supplies in need to support the nearly ninety thousand Arizonans filing for unemployment we've got to make sure that them and their families have the resources to meet their needs alley that Nur KTAR news AS you is moving its spring graduation online due to the pandemic in a letter from a S. U. president Dr Michael crow spring graduates will be celebrated virtually this may and those that wish to celebrate in person can walk this December or in may of twenty twenty one gross as as a first generation college student he understands the disappointment but in an effort to keep students and their loved ones safe they're going to celebrate and honor their students accomplishments online Ashley flood KTAR news new this afternoon the Phoenix city council and a special session today voted against closing all the parks including trails the final vote was six to three governor Doug Ducey's stay at home ordered dean parks and trails as essential and so they could remain open Attorney General mark Brnovich is asking lifetime mountainside in planet fitness to change in person cancellation policies the AG's office says they should allow Arizonans to cancel memberships online meanwhile the national and state health emergency is in place according to the stay at home order gyms have not been categorized as an essential service now in some other big news today the highest court in the state has upheld the implementation of controversial uber and lift fees at sky harbor airport it was on a Supreme Court unanimously ruled the new right share fees do not violate the state constitution the fees were due to take effect in February but were put on hold until after the ruling uber and lift a previously said they'll stop servicing the airport if the fees take effect city councilman sal the CCO told KTAR today he's very disappointed in the ruling but we'll do everything possible to keep uber lift at sky harbor the city of Phoenix called the ruling which allows for four dollar fees for pick ups and drop offs quote seemingly small victory in the midst of the corona virus pandemic Charlie foster KTAR news we've learned that those fees are set to go into effect may first no word yet from uber and left on if they will pull out of the airport come may first and Phoenix city councilman sal the CCO tells KTA ours might Broomhead show him the council holds off on implementing those fees my hope is that it's a re evaluation that takes into account the people just don't have the cash right now to be doing these types of things but again we did hear that the Phoenix aviation apart.

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"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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03:11 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"When it begins more on corona virus here in Arizona in just a few moments right now after further review Arizona Supreme Court has ruled those right share fees at sky harbor airport our constitutional Phoenix city councilman sal the CCO told KTAR as Mike Broomhead show the council needs to rethink implementing the four dollar drop off and pick up fees everyone suffering right now people don't have jobs so when people don't have jobs sticking and other Fianna that specially when you want to start growing that industry can people can I get back on their plan to get the traffic at sky harbor down eighty five percent to the covert nineteen mayor que que hago says they need everyone who does business at the airport to participate in its recovery financial impact is devastating and we want people who are profiting off business at the airport to help us recover German foster KTAR news now uber and left have already said they'll stop servicing sky harbor if those fees are implemented KTA our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom says there's no laid out plan yet on when the city will start implementing those charges she tells K. T. A. R. as Mike Broomhead court Neil it was important and it affected a lot of people it was very high media attention you had the AGM there fighting each other over there so I think that encourage the court to go ahead and make a decision quicker at the city of Phoenix planned to implement a four dollar charge last year the city's not yet released when it will happen or if those rates will stay the same virus in Arizona there are nearly sixteen hundred cases of coronavirus in Arizona now with thirty two confirmed deaths Maricopa county has nine hundred sixty one confirmed cases of the virus that's the most of any county by more than seven hundred cases a valley ICU nurses asking you to take the corona virus threat seriously bath works for a hospital right here in the valley and says for anyone who doesn't drink I think the virus is real I would tell them to come take a look at an ideal for a few minutes that's what we're really seeing that the scariest stop these are some of the sickest patients that we've ever taken care of and you know in the ICU we take care of this ticket patient she says right now hospitals are not allowing visitors meaning patients who are dying don't get to be comforted by their loved ones and she says being health care worker right now it's very hard because they could be exposed to bring the virus home to their families or get sick themselves the economic slowdown caused by the corona virus isn't stopping some people from buying houses K. T. A. R.'s Griselda Tino spoke to a valley realtor and joins us now live merry Roberts is a realtor in the valley and the president of the Arizona realtors association I asked her if she has seen a slowdown in people buying houses we haven't seen as much but I assume in the next month it will slow down mainly for those second home buyers investment buyers she says something else did spike a few weeks ago when mortgage rates dropped by about three percent there was just an influx of refinances she says rates have started to increase the bits but they'll likely start dropping again soon reporting live Griselda city no KTAR news let's get a look at the roads now for you with the tour Dan who's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:45 min | 6 months ago

"arizona realtors association" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Restaurant and retail workers were spending about thirty percent of their income keeping a roof over their heads before being laid off now with getting adjusted unemployment check a big red takes more of a bite out of their spending if they have to go just two months without pay they'd end up spending thirty seven and a half percent of their annual income just on rent over the course of twenty twenty so it's really pushing the rent burden the two point two trillion dollar federal stimulus that was passed last week and Tucker says another big package will likely be needed the economic slowdown caused by the corona virus is not stopping some people from buying houses K. T. A. R. S. Griselda as a teen spoke to a realtor and joins us live Roberts is a realtor in the valley and the president of the Arizona realtors association I asked her if she has seen a slow down in people buying houses we haven't seen as much but I assume in the next month it will slow down mainly for those second home buyers investment buyers she says something else did spike a few weeks ago when mortgage straits dropped to about three percent there was just an influx of refinances she says rates have started to increase a bit but they'll likely start dropping again soon reporting live on Griselda city no KTAR news nine men have been charged with attempted sexual conduct with a minor here in the valley they've been arrested as a result of operation Silent predator in which undercover agents pretended to be minors it involved the Arizona attorney general's office homeland security and police in Phoenix Tempe mesa and Chandler at twelve oh seven here's Larry Lewis from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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