20 Burst results for "Central Arizona"

"central arizona" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KCRW

"South central Arizona has grown to more than 170,000 acres. Fire crews have made steady progress in recent days with about 70%. Containment from member Station K and Au Ryan. Hi inches. Reports. Several small communities east of Phoenix remain under evacuation as firefighters focus on protecting homes along the Telegraph fires southeastern edge. Dozens of structures have been destroyed after it was first reported nearly two weeks ago, and it's since become one of the state's largest wildfires on record. The blaze merged with another mostly contained fire. Earlier in the week, Crews are battling more than half a dozen act of wildfires in Arizona. Bans on campfires and most open flames have been implemented in the state, as much of the region faces near record triple digit temperatures and extreme drought for NPR news. I'm Ryan Hi anxious in Flagstaff. On Wall Street stocks finished mostly mixed. Today, the Dow lost 210 points down 6/10 of a percent. This is NPR and this is KCRW. I'm Larry Peril. Here's what's happening at 3 32 well vaccinated workers may be able to put away their masks in most situations. California workplace regulatory panel today endorsed relax covid rules for the workplace. Generally aligns with state and CDC guidelines. And on the news governor Newsom signed an executive order allowing the California occupational Safety and Health Standard boards new rules to take effect immediately. Under the approved draft, fully inoculated employees will not be required to physically distance anymore, or where a mask indoors unless they are in certain settings like on public transportation employers. Must verify and document their employees vaccination status. If they don't wear a mask, and they can't retaliate against those workers for doing so, unvaccinated employer employees will still need to wear a mask inside, among other rules, and employers must make approved respirators such as an N 95 mask available for unvaccinated workers if they request them. Orange County's economy is poised to make a comeback after taking it on the chin from the coronavirus pandemic. That's the upshot of the latest economic forecast from Chapman University. KCRW's Cherry Glazer has the details. Tourism is while the driving forces of Orange County's economy thanks to the areas, beautiful beaches, destination malls and shops and attractions like Disneyland and Knott's Berry Farm. Leisure and hospitality took a big hit during the pandemic and employment in Orange County plunged almost 9% last year compared to about 7.5% for the state as a whole. As California moves ahead with reopening, though the number crunchers at Chapman University are predicting that about 100,000 jobs will be created an O. C by the end of this year, bringing the local workforce close to pre pandemic levels. A number of those jobs are coming in construction, thanks to a housing boom. Other local industries that are expected to see a burst in hiring include manufacturing, finance and professional services as KCRW's Terry Glaser reporting We have had record breaking temperatures all weekend. So Cal, But this morning we saw an unexpected spot of rain. Isolated showers were reported all over, including Orange County and the San Gabriel Valley. National Weather Service meteorologist Rich Thompson says it's actually not that unusual because this heat wave is caused by high pressure over the four corners in the Southwest. We have high pressure builder of that area. You get a Southeast flow loss, and sometimes the Southeast slow can bring in some moisture and bring in You know some showers and even a thunderstorm like we saw this morning. Well, don't worry, you won't need to pull out your umbrella again today. The surprise showers are said to be over, but the heat will most likely continue across the area through Saturday. Things will start cooling off as we get into early next week, but temperatures still going to be on the warm side. Support for NPR comes from Procter and Gamble, maker of Metamucil, the fiber supplement containing psyllium, a plant based fiber for trapping and removing waste in the digestive system designed to be taken every day more at Metamucil dot com. And C three A. I C three AI software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at Enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable problems. C three A. I. This is enterprise. Ai right now. 73 degrees in Inglewood. It's 3 35. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Audie Cornish. As Covid 19 restrictions wind down in many countries around the world. Haiti is trying to ramp up for reasons that aren't clear the small Caribbean nation had escaped relatively unscathed by the pandemic. That is until now. The increase in cases and.

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"central arizona" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"central arizona" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"To burn in south central Arizona about 1600 firefighters are battling the two fires that broke out earlier this month. They scorched At least 245 square Miles. So far, I don't want to sugarcoat anything here. These wildfires are devastating. The Telegraph and Mass Cal fires together have already burned over 150,000 acres. An area the same size as Chicago. Numerous communities have evacuated. Homes have been destroyed. People and pets have been forced to leave belongings behind. Now it's clear that we've got a lot more work to do, and the response will not end. Even when these fires are put out When this year's monsoon rains come, These burned areas are prone to landslides, mudslides and flooding which pose another threat to this community. We must do more to combat these fires and prevent the fallout from any subsequent challenges. That's why today I'm announcing that I'm calling a special session. To make sure we have the resources and manpower needed to contain the wildfires prepare for possible flooding in any other natural disasters that arise from this emergency. Whether or not Ducey needed to call that special session is doubtful. The Legislature remains in session as lawmakers try to get enough votes to pass a budget and massive tax cuts and they don't.

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"central arizona" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KCRW

"It will have to be paired down to meet his criteria. But, yes, I think In the end, they probably will get some kind of infrastructure package. All right. That is NPR's national political correspondent, Mara Liasson, with the latest on the infrastructure talks, which have ended, We agreed that that's a verb. We can go with the talks that have ended between President Biden and Republican Senator Shelley Moore capital today. Thank you, Mara, You're welcome. Drought is intensifying across the West. Almost half the country's population is facing dry conditions. But it's more than just one bad year. Hotter climate is also shrinking water supplies, and that is posing a fundamental threat to water systems that millions of people rely on NPR's Lauren Sommer has more. A few weeks ago, Arizona water officials held a public meeting that everyone was hoping wouldn't happen. The reason we're meeting today is that Lake Mead is 38% Full Lake Mead, the largest reservoir on the Colorado River and in the country, for that matter, has been plummeting. This summer is expected to drop to its lowest point since it was first filled So Ted Cook, who manages the Central Arizona project, which supplies Colorado River water in the state. Trying to prepare everyone, So this is a is a painful reduction. Their water supply would be cut by about 30%, which would be partially made up for with groundwater and conservation. But the announcement wasn't a surprise. This is a day we knew would come at some point. The writing has been on the wall because of decisions that go back a century. Stained with the soil of five states. The river cuts deep into the desert. There was no way for cities from Denver to Los.

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Cloud seeding can boost mountain snowpack

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Cloud seeding can boost mountain snowpack

"In the spring melting snowpack in the rocky mountains feeds the colorado river which supplies drinking water to forty million people across seven states but as the climate warms snowpack is shrinking prompting concerns over water shortages. One technique that can help increase precipitation is called cloud seeding is been used in some areas. Since the nineteen fifties a machine or airplane releases particles such as silver iodide into developing storm clouds. The particles attract molecules of water vapor. And if the conditions are right those droplets for more rain or snow. Mohammed mahmoud is with the central arizona water conservation district which is funded cloud seeding projects in the rocky mountains for years. The type of cloud seeding we're interested in is winter cloud city and what that does is enhance the snowpack so that ultimately in the spring that enhance no pack increase the runoff that water users rely on downstream. The practice remains controversial but researchers have found that cloud seeding can increase the amount of precipitation that falls the storm by up to fifteen percent so it can help reduce the impact of climate change on critical water supplies.

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Become known as you know, a focal point in Water, innovation, water technology, water, use water management, best practices and distribution. And that's really exciting toe have right here in our own backyard. Yes. The University of Arizona has more than 300 people who'd do some sort of research related to water, and as a matter of fact, there have been a couple of global rankings of universities. In various subjects and in water resource is Arizona has Frank right in the top, and it's a matter of fact, in the last Major ranking the University of Arizona Ray number one in I in water resource is So we have the center try to be a connector, focal point for some of the work that's being done in the University of Arizona and would try to get Information about that workout generally to the public and to policymakers and decision makers, steering our water policy and the best direction. Is there any current policies going on right now that the listeners should know about? Well, yes. Right at the moment. There are negotiations going on. About the Colorado River and excuse me and The Colorado River is a major source of water in central Arizona because of the as you've heard about the Central Arizona Project. And there are projected shortages of water on the Colorado River coming up in the next few years, and the states that rely on the water From that river have gotten together to try to figure out how to keep water in the river. How to divide the river in a fair way ever. And how to deal with the shortage. So there are already many, many rules in place about how to divide up the water of the river. But They're still needs to be agreement on what to do in the future about potential shortages caused by climate change. Caused by changes in water use along the river and the drought that we've been in for over 20 years now, and I don't know how long that's going to go on and a recall a recent case you probably know a lot more about this than I do, but The state of Utah was trying to build another siphoned out of the river out of Lake Powell. They would feed believe it's Saint George is the Yes ST George and all if I understand correctly, all Of the other states unanimously voted that down to prevent that from happening, many of them the other states in general, are certain that putting another straw in the river Is not a good idea, given current conditions. So I know that Utah has been trying to do that for many years. I know that that it's not a popular idea in the other states. And just a little background for the listeners. Their argument is, every state has a certain amount of acre feet. For water. They're allowed to extract from the river, Utah argues. They're not using all of theirs and that this is still titled to them. But we won't go off onto the political side of things. But that's just An example of the things that happen in real time. A zit relates to our water supply and Ravi suit one of the farthest south users of the water that comes to the Colorado River system, and there's even a certain amount that all of our the states have agreed. Still has to flow into Mexico. So it's it's between seven states of the South West and Mexico that all rely on this huge watershed. There zoom meetings, essentially where an expert in a particular topping comes and talks and answers questions for a large percentage of the time that they're there. We also have as you mentioned before our annual conference. For the first time we did virtually this year. We like to be able to get together and shake hands and catch up. But it went very well virtually and we did manage to expand our audience. Looking on the bright side. We have been able to reach more people with water information through our virtual outlets, and we're hoping that it continues to expand, even when we get to shake hands again. Or you can go to W r r si dot Arizona dot e. D u and they've got a number of different resource Is there there's events. There's the weekly email newsletter. The weekly Wave You can sign up for You consign it for the annual report that is going to be coming out in January. What's the What's this year's report on? Well way put out each year of publication called Arroyo, which focuses each year on a different topic. It covers one topic in some death, and it's written for the average person. Someone who is interested in water wants to learn about a specific topic, for example, this year. Our topic was based on the fact that this is the 40th anniversary of our landmark 1980 Groundwater Management Act. And so we take the opportunity to focus on what we've done in the past to manage water. What are issues are now And looking into the future. What can we do to ensure water sustainability for Arizona? This publication? Will be coming out as you said in January, and it will be available for free for download and get yourself signed up.

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"central arizona" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

Rewilding Earth

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"central arizona" Discussed on Rewilding Earth

"The black Mesa defense fund back in 1969-70 and working with Hopey and traditional Navajo Indians to try to thwart the black Mesa mine which then served coal to the Navajo Generating Station to basically power up off the central Arizona project down taking water out of the Colorado River. I got so engrossed in that that in two thousand. I did a six-part radio series for public radio on the Colorado River in the west and looking at the central Arizona project as probably the worst environmental debacle ever visited upon the South West Palm. And the Glen Canyon Dam, but seeing how the whole thing was mapped out in an almost mathematical fashion to get them to work to make something else work, but all to satisfy presumed human needs. Whereas That central Arizona project with a black Mesa mine off basically has all but destroyed the traditional Cultural perspectives of both the traditional and Navajo and Hopi Indians which to me is another travesty. That's really not very well known even today although it ought to be and looking at the American southwest as the national sacrifice area. It was basically looked at home, but from the point of view of what resources are available to satisfy presumed human needs as our population has continued to grow and grow and grow back of the things that I try to point out every now and then on the lecture is that in the course of my lifetime. I was born in nineteen thirty-six. And the human population of the planet had just passed two billion people and today it said almost 7.8 billion people and may last another few years. I will have seen the human population of the planet grow by 400% That's another sort of a statistical way of looking at it. But they you're so overlaying with our own species that the gridlock is becoming unclear at this point back in the days when I would be having conversation with Alan Watts. I was also writing for a an ancient environmental magazine known as Clear Creek and he which he read and I read and wage. Knowing Alan is booked the way of Zen another dear friend of his a man named Rodger Summers..

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Treatment technologies to come to a courtesy call at your house. Because this is stumping me, and I'd like them and this is going to cost you a dime. This is on my dime. They're going to come check it, See what they can do and offer suggestions. How weaken Eliminate this because I'm stumped. And I hate being stumped. So we'll we'll get to Pettijohn family out there and take a look at it. We've got your name. We've got your number. I'ma reach out to you. Not on Monday. We reach out to you on Tuesday and will get disappointment made Okay? And my friend You're welcome. And a lot of people ask. Is there a way I can cool the water Right now There's nothing cost effective. Ah, Water is a funny thing. It's it's expensive to move. And it's expensive to change the temperature of it. Central Arizona Project Canal is the largest Power consumer in the entire state. 60% of that is the original pumping plant out of the Colorado River to Mark Wilmer Station where they have 6 66,000 horsepower pumps. To bring the water out of the river up the mountain and into the canal tow let gravity flow. Each pump is 66,000 horsepower. Yes, and there are six of them at full operating speed. That's a few amps. They'll use more electricity than the whole town of The whole city of Lake Havasu. Yeah, imagine, Wow, but they do it very effectively, and they don't do a lot of pumping in the summer. We'll pump it when electricity is cheaper, and they fill it in like pleasant because most of their delivers her past Lake Pleasant. Then they'll let pump it out of Lake Pleasant in the summer because it's cheaper to pump it out of there than up a vertical wall of the but Cliff Mountains or buckskin. Is that the buckskin backflip buckskin mount looks so So there is an opportunity out there for an inventor to figure out a way to chill water because cases from the municipalities And the treatment tank. You know if you're really close to a water treatment facility No that that water's above ground being treated. Then it gets pumped underground to your house. Well, there's not a long distance of travel there, and it doesn't have time to cool off. Back to the earth's temperature or the underground temperature before it at your home, and you know if we could figure out a cost effective way to chill the water For Arizona and the Southwest. That's a multi million dollar just waiting to hit the market. So we have Steven next. Will atleast get his question on air before we go to our first break. If we can't finish this in less than a minute, Stephen, Welcome the program. How may we help you? Thank you. Um, I have four French doors on my house and at the vertical Astro galaxy on all of them that river Steel's going on all of them. And I'm having a hard time trying to find this. Like any other t bold feel that goes in that vertical channel on all three of them as curious as any recommendations on work. Where are you? Where are you, Stephen? I'm the Thunderbird and hit the one freeway. Thunderbird 51. Well, there's Scottsdale Custom Door. It's Casal Airport. There's Arcadia door at 68 ST Thomas, the old Ponderosa lumber store. Go to adore specialty shop like one of those, and they'll be able to set you up with theatrical. Those those double French doors are really one of the hardest because once you get him sealed up They move on and then and then you need to re seal him again and again and again. But there are new seals their new technologies for handling that I will tell you. It's one of the reasons we very seldom install double would French doors anymore? They're just too tough. To keep sealed up, which are generally using Ah composite French door Now that's more dimensionally stable. It's hard to stop a train inside the train testing facility there. Cooling and heating products go through endless torture test to ensure they can run through anything and what they say torture. It's not taken lightly. They drop Slam against the wall and shake up, then expect him to run without an extra decibel of sound in the antique Oex sound chamber without fail, Drop, slam shaped silence with no end in sight. That's why it's hard to stop a train. Train dot com..

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Our news. The best of my crew list of the MIC broom Head show GR news 92 3 FM. Thanks so much for joining me. It is a Wednesday. We appreciate you spending some time with us talked with Dr Keira Christen this morning Department of Health Services here in the state of Arizona, and she broke the daily numbers and not good news for Arizona this morning. This morning, we're going to be reporting a record number of cases that were newly report. Did yesterday. We have 4878. New case is bringing up to 84,000 and 92 were also reporting Increased numbers of deaths today. Today will be reporting 88 new death. So when you break down the numbers with a number of tests versus the number of positive cases, you get 28% positive. We're now one and four approaching, one in three people being tested are testing positive for covert 19. That is not the right direction for those numbers to be going per capita. We're seeing huge numbers in other places in Arizona Huma County being one that is in big trouble with the highest second highest, third highest in the state, 2820 out of 100 per 100,000 Yuma County. We're seeing also down in Santa Cruz County in southeastern errors or south Central Arizona. They argue they are very high at 33 90. They're the highest now. Santa Cruz is a very small county, but they're seeing a huge outbreak in Santa Cruz County. We still see Navajo and Apache counties are very high up in northern Arizona. Where the you know across that part of the state from Coconino County, going east to Apache County. Is the stretch of the Navajo Nation. That's where a large part of those numbers come from. But when you look at what's happening in south south western in south central Arizona in Huma, and it jumps over Pema County and goes to Santa Cruz Ah, couple of really big hot spots there as well. And Maricopa County even for the high numbers. Still has a lower number than some of the other places in Arizona, which is surprising on the list of per capita Maricopa County Falls about 6th 5th or sixth or seventh on the list. Eso it is about in the middle. As faras cases per 100,000 the death rate is still low hospitalization rate is still at 6%. But it's it is obviously something that everyone is paying attention to as we move into the Fourth of July weekend, and we're talking with Dr Krista about that she is concerned wants people to stay out of big large groups. This is going to be a determining factor for all of us looking at this moving forward because This weekend. Are people going to heed the warnings? It is going to be very difficult to police and it's going to be even more difficult to necessarily enforce. It's the hope that people will Will be able to Just, I guess, show some self control. I talked to Dr Krista about the positive rates. Why Jim's were closed, and I asked her about regrets eyes there anything they wish they had done. Differently, In hindsight, not a criticism. Just looking back. Now we know this. We wish we could have done that. Here was a response. I think we have been using the information that we've had to make the best decisions for Arizonans. We're learning more about this virus every single day. One of the things I wish I would have known early on because it's unlike other diseases that we deal with in public health is how many asymptomatic or very, very mild symptoms. There are like people who are experiencing that because that Julie makes slowing the spreader stopping the spread very difficult. And the other part of that That's an interesting caveat in my mind is if so many people with this virus are asymptomatic. Then we're looking at something that how do we protect the people that are susceptible to the big dangers? That's the issue for me is if it's if there's so many people that are asymptomatic or so mildly symptomatic. We're taking drastic measures for everyone when there are a few people that are at the highest risk of serious outcomes. So I did ask you a question. I've not heard anybody asked. The people are shying away from these questions. I'm not trying and well, if you listen to the show, it's hard for me to defend myself because people are not going to pay attention to what I'm saying. But I have been a fierce defender of the protests. I thought the protesters had every right to do what they were doing. I thought the most protesters behave the way they were supposed to behave. But quite honestly, from the beginning of the protests at least the 1st 10 days in Arizona, we did not see many people wearing masks. Now. It increased over the next week or so. But not the 1st 10 days. Then no leader in Arizona was standing up and saying We should be doing a better job. You should be masking up. You look at the emphasis and what the governor is saying. Now that we didn't see restaurants and clubs and bars and those places being hammered. There was one citation issued in Scottsdale. To the riot house yesterday, there were multiple locations ofthe gyms. Specifically mountainside fitness is that were issued citations. It's just a weird enforcement. It's very, very strange. So I asked the doctor about protests. They were outdoors, which increases the ventilation, but they were close together, and not everyone was wearing masks. What we would recommend is anybody who has attended any mass gathering, if you know, Watch yourself for signs and symptoms of Kobe, so a fever, shortness of breath cough. CDC just added a couple of more Ah, a couple more symptoms that could be consistent with Cove it and that includes runny nose or congestion. Oh, and diarrhea. So what We want to make sure if you got any of those symptoms, you know, stay away from others and talk to your health care provider. So if you've attended any mass gathering as if it's.

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Caught ninety central Arizona retailers can re open next week however governor Doug Ducey tells them to keep smaller crowds of customers and to keep up curbside sales Michelle almond with the Arizona retailers association says she and her members are mixed about this I would like to see the economy get going I also fully believe in following the rules and following the law and in the name of public health Allman adds not all businesses feel comfortable re opening with the pandemic still threatening safety of workers and customers others want to recoup their financial losses all right let's get a quick check on those roadways right now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center if we say hello to Josh K. well we've got a crash showing up northbound seventeen at anthem we expect heavy delays in the area here and there's a seven mile backup then forty Third Avenue was shut down for accident investigation work between highland and Glen Rosa Avenue avoid the area with thirty Fifth Avenue fifty First Avenue or Grand Avenue instead look out for another crash at the intersection of forty fourth street and Thomas this report is sponsored by CBS to get free one to two day delivery of prescriptions in store essentials from CVS visit them online or call your local CVS to learn more restrictions apply online Josh K. K. C. A. R. news weather in the valley right now it's warm ninety six and sunny headed for ninety nine later this afternoon low tonight sixty nine high.

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"central arizona" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A political well it's a political thing has nothing to do what I may not playing at and it's not selling well because the temperatures are not are not getting hotter than getting cooler over that's because a close shot up it's not about global warming it's not it's not about that at all so shut your mouth please shut up and do something rather than virtue signalling with your little hash tag I made science gag yeah I've been so sick of it got over the weekend and we have this Aline hurricane hitting at sad that bad Jane shot up you don't have eight a cyclone bomber bomb cycle recycle genesis happening over Arizona do you realize that in central Arizona they had three tornadoes touch down I think was like last week Hey tornadoes in central Arizona you know why because someone is **** with the web there they're taking a hot prepares or they're mixing with the cold and it creating inland hurricanes here on the west coast yeah we're all arguing whether or not climate change will will be will be better if we have a green socialist government shot up shut up and do something we said your little hash tag virtue signalling I'm getting so fed up with it because people are are experiencing these things that are going well I just have to believe in global warming what can I do about it not saying that you can't do a damn thing about it you know why this has nothing to do with global warming has everything to do with geo engineering which queue engineering so fighting over the branding of climate change is ridiculous because the true evil is being overlooked the arguments is science consensus should be enough to shut it down but it isn't sign is recovering political advocates and no one notices this is sick and twisted thing is that there are people who actually believe this nonsense and they follow for common core school curriculum support end of the world brainwashing to scare kids into believing there is no.

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"central arizona" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Rights are just as a political well it's a political thing has nothing to do what I may not playing at and it's not selling well because the temperatures are not are not getting hotter than getting cooler over that's because the clothes shop it's not about global warming it's not it's not about that at all so shut your mouth please shut up and do something rather than virtue signalling with your little hash tag I made strides gag yeah I've been so sick of it got over the weekend that we have this Aline hurricane hitting at sad about that Jane shot up you don't have a a cyclone bomb or a bomb cycle recycle genesis happening over Arizona do you realize that in central Arizona they had three tornadoes touch down I think was like last week a tornadoes in central Arizona you know why because someone is **** with the weather they're taking the hot prepares or they're mixing with the goal and it creating inland hurricanes here on the west coast yeah we're all arguing whether or not climate change will will be will be better if we have a green socialist government shot up shut up and do something besides your little hash tag virtue signalling I'm getting so fed up with it because people are are experiencing these things are going well I just have to believe it's global warming what can I do about it not saying you can't do a damn thing about it you know why this has nothing to do with global warming has everything to do with geo engineering which queue engineering so fighting over the branding of climate change is ridiculous because the true evil is being overlooked the arguments a science consensus should be enough to shut it down but it isn't sign is becoming political advocates and no one notices this is sick and twisted thing is that there are people who actually believe this nonsense I may follow for common core school curriculums to support end of the world brainwashing to scare kids into believing there is no.

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To be nice and give themselves a few more extra minutes to get where they're going so they can make those sales and everyone gets there safely yeah annals space between you and the car in front of you never heard either right yeah you know it's funny everyone tells me when I tell mama native error zone and they say wow there's none of those around you we've never met a native and then I think to myself what you guys are all from somewhere else where it rains and snows why do we drive so poorly on the space right it's it doesn't make any sense I think we should put a shout out to to southern parts of southern Arizona is specially when you get in the southeastern Arizona they're gonna see some pretty significant snow there too yeah absolutely so travel if you have four wheel drives we real use it if you have chains bring them with you in case you need them but really even if you're traveling for the holidays if you can stay kind of in central Arizona to traverse the state an awful I forty I would suggest that but all in all you know the troopers will be out there were we will will have significant numbers of them out there for enforcement but really what we're looking for is compliance if everyone gets along and everyone obeys the speed limit we can take care of the collisions that happened or or we can deal with those crazy drivers but with this is not about the enforcement for us this is really just about compliance and and people being prepared and giving themselves a little extra time in cemex your patience hello rescuing going on as well by the way what goes into making the decision to close down a highway and who makes that call they do like they they call you at home to go curl Milstead we shut down I. forty I mean house ago you know you know that calm has not common I'm glad because I don't want to be the guy to make the call on that it's really a collaborative effort between the years our department of transportation and the ears and apart public safety if there is a significant collisions where it's a hazard we can close it but we will use the eight dot people to help us because they have significant assets especially in northern Arizona during the storms but also a dot if there's just so much snow that they can't keep the roads clear they'll shut things down to avoid those collisions and wait till they have a a safe way to traverse that piece of highway all right colonel Frank Milstead there the head of DPS thank all your troopers for us we really appreciate them being out there it's six eighteen now K. T. A. R. time for a tech check with HIM commando it's three days from Black Friday but maybe you're wondering is it all just height is black credit really the best day to get the tech deals it's your Tuesday.

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:39 min | 2 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They also observed a no a civil improvement and help healing and a clearly decreased nail at your regularity so they were more even at the end and they were more resistant the nails are actually stronger and more resistant so you know who doesn't want that so Jeez and I'd like to actually turn our attention now to one of the biggest cosmetic concerns out there particularly for the ladies out there that's cellulite and you say that these collagen peptides they've been studied as a cutting edge treatment option for cellulite so if you if you would please tell us how this new approach to fighting cellulite is taking the world by storm yeah this is equally is incredible so the collagen peptides that we're talking about today in our ultimate collagen the recap real fast we know they fight wrinkles they boost in moisture big boost nail help and they'll growth and nail hardness they make your nails more resilient and less prone to cracking and shipping but they also do something early unique 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"central arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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KNST AM 790

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Proceeds benefit top. Doc, central Arizona block, sixty thirty south main avenue. President Trump just tweeted the Russia hoax. Never happened again calling it a fraud. Democrats couldn't disagree. More House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler says he still needs to see the full special counsel Muller reports, we are advocating that all of that information should be given to the committee. We are not advocating that all the grand jury information should be go to the public wants all the evidence to see the president abused his office attorney Rudy Giuliani also told CBS face the nation. He's okay. With congress seeing everything there was nothing there. Sherry now. Prejudges case a year ago. He was he should talk about impeachment. He was overheard on Amtrak talking about impeachment. Well before the report came out while the top Republican on the house intelligence committee is ready in criminal referrals on the Russia probe for now. There will be eight referral sent by ranking member Devon Nunez on FOX's Sunday morning futures. He went into what the first five would be straight up referral. So just referrals that are that name someone and. Aim the specific crimes those crimes are lying to congress misleading. Congress leaking classified information newness did not name names. Three other referrals will be on conspiracy for lying to the Pfizer court, manipulating Intel and for leaks. He says right now there are eight referrals. But there could be as many as two dozen the initial referrals will come this week Grenell. Scott, Fox News on Wall Street stock futures are lower before today's trading Keith urban one of the big prize last night at the awards entertainer of the year. But another guy also one big male artist of the year goes to. Thomas. Casey, most graves one female artist of the year on the CBS show. Dan shea got duo of the year and the awards for song and single Baylor is the Queen of women's college basketball eighty to eighty one win over Notre Dame in the championship game tonight. The men's final Virginia versus Texas.

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"central arizona" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I mean, Washington Auburn is good too as well seed home there. There. He. He. Mikey Bill tufo, my biggies expert over here. Yeah. Those I mean, that's always even I will state near you saw them in their conference championship game. So he was one of the teams at firm for show. A mentioned west is probably the one that have the most chaos, but I still at the end of the day. I still got the tar heels leading the their path to Minnesota. So that's how it is. Right. When the tip off comes fellas it's already done. I'm not filling out five of these done. Just one. I'm with you on that. Look, I will have to wear the clown suit. Got tonight. We got North Dakota state and she central Arizona state Saint John's pick North Dakota state. Okay. All right. And then. Wow. Saint John's on a state. I went with Saint John's earlier I'm going like I said a storyline. I'm Chris Mullin fan run TMC was my warriors. I'm going with Saint John's Mitch Richmond also assistant coach that team has really got Mitch Richmond. That's awesome. You know, Chris Mullin flat up. Not he's got like a nice little bus cut believe he still looks like he can shoot though man still looks like he can shoot. So those are the games. I'll be watching tonight got some NBA action. I'll be peaking threes. Sixers tonight. Huge. Sixers. A few weeks. People saw got a lot of Mukta, Mattie. Don't remember still baseball get about the baseball tonight. So I'll be covering all of that. And I'll be back here tomorrow. This has been the rich Eisen show Kirk Morrison Fillon emperor have a Bill. Have you checked out the big podcast with shack here podcast one? Yeah. We talk basketball. But we're a lot more than just sports this lady. She's in a sevice knew everything about me, everything sports and laughing. She says I love you podcast and laugh, but I hate that John. Listen free to the big podcast shack exclusively on apple podcasts, podcast, one dot com and the podcast one app. If you love the show shirt with a friend and leave us a rating and review. In ohio. I'm Ed Donahue with an AP news minute. President Trump is now in Lima Ohio some tank Lance is nothing like it in the world. You make the finest equipment in the world. You really know what you're doing the president likes what he sees at a tank plant in Lima. So wanna get into them? But then I remember when a man named Dukakis got into a tank. And I remember he tanked when he got into the tank he tanked episode, we tanked like that. So I said maybe a little bigger than him. I think earlier at the White House the president said that he believes special counsel Robert Muller's report should be released to the public even as he called its very existence ridiculous. The president is said let it come out. Let people see it. He told reporters at the White House. Let's see whether or not. It's legit Muller is expected to present a report to the Justice department any day now lining the findings of his Russia investigation. I may Donahue.

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Jaguar attacks woman who was taking a selfie at Arizona zoo

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00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Jaguar attacks woman who was taking a selfie at Arizona zoo

"Eight. An attack by an animal at an Arizona zoo for help came from the wildlife world, zoo, aquarium and safari park near Phoenix. Sean Gilan of central Arizona fire operations rushed over we responded to a call it a female who had been attacked by a Jaguar witnesses, and the zoo say the woman was trying to take a selfie with the Jaguar got too close and the Jaguar reached through a fence and Duggar claws into the woman's arm. The woman suffered scratches and bruises, but is expected to be okay. This who tweeted that it's investigating. But that the woman crossed a barrier to take a photo while the animal

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Jaguar attacks woman trying to take selfie at Arizona zoo

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00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Jaguar attacks woman trying to take selfie at Arizona zoo

"Tracy. A woman is recovering from injuries suffered when she got a little too close to a big cat at a zoo in Arizona, and we get details from ABC's. Mona Rivera, a call for help came from the wildlife. Life world, zoo, aquarium and safari park near Phoenix. Sean Gilan of central Arizona fire operations rushed over responded to a call a female who had been attacked by a Jaguar witnesses Mizzou say the woman was trying to take a selfie with the Jaguar got too close and the Jaguar reached through a fence and Duggar claws into the woman's arm. The woman suffered scratches and bruises, but is expected to be okay. Zoo tweeted that it's investigating. But that the woman crossed a barrier to take a photo while the animal did

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"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

10:42 min | 3 years ago

"central arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Jim small from the zone mirror. Craig Harris from the Arizona Republic and GM small. I think of the four of us, you probably know the most about all I know about the water thing is. I think we're running out we live in the desert, and that's that's a perennial problem, sir. Got some I solved in one thousand nine hundred eighty but they're back for another round. There are competing interests the farmers down in Pinellas county in particular, the homebuilders want to build homes with impunity Phoenix residents who want to water their lawns. And then we got to. Here's the weird thing. We got about this. I understand we have until January thirtieth to to have a complete plan submitted to the federal government and nothing's even written yet. Yes. Yeah. And that was what the what the governor called foreigners state of the state speech. He talked all about this needs action. It needs bipartisan action, and it needs really swift decisive. You know, you've got to move quickly. We've got about sixteen days or fourteen days, whatever he said and the clock is definitely taking on that. Basically the way it works. What this whole issue was about is what happened with Clara river water, and what is the state's plan for dealing with the this ongoing drought that we're in which is where I think we're in your nineteen or twenty right now and. Waterlog very complicated. Arizona's at the bottom of the pecking order in terms of who gets water from the Colorado river, that's because of the original deal because the original deal back in the. We wanted. We wanted to see a PA, and we gave up some rights that was it. So, you know, California gets water before us Nevada water before as Colorado gets water before us. So so we're at the at the bottom of the food chain on that. And and the idea is when we have a water shortage, and which is inevitable at this point. I mean, we're we're we're cruising toward it very quickly. When that happens, what is the plan within Arizona to conserve water. And essentially what boils down to is how much are we going to save and who is going to get less of the water that we currently use one of the big fights right now as has Senator win we saw a press conference on this recently in reaction to what the governor said was canal farmers are saying, look, we we don't wanna be the with the ones that are getting the short end of the stick here, and and within Arizona's water rights panel farmers are basically the ones who have the least amount of rights to any of this water. They they get the the water last a number of years ago. There was a. A settlement that was entered into regarding some Indian water rights, and the farmers gave up some some water for that that they had been getting. And now they're looking at situation where they say, look, we we might lose thirty to forty percent of our water. And and if that happens, you're gonna start having farms at close, and you're gonna have fields that are basically left fallow. And that's going to be bad for the economy. It's going to be bad for for us. It's going to be catastrophic for some people. It would be absolutely. I mean, there's no doubt that if that situation were to happen. You have you would have farms and farmers who would go out of business. I think there's probably no way around that. And so that that's one of the issues you have these you have rural issues that are involved in it. You do have sitting initial issues you've got, you know, the governor's office spent much of last year. In trying to deal with this really setting up a fight between the executive branch, and the there's a department of water resources and central Arizona project, which manages all of this water that comes from the Colorado river and its elected board is a board of folks that are elected for Maricopa county's counties to basically determine how is this water going to happen? And they set up, you know, this this this fight that really lasted for for most of last year. And now they seem to have kind of put their differences aside and figured out a way to coexist in worked together. But now the issue is really going to the legislature and trying to get the legislators to sign off on this package. And this is a difficult thing to do. Because as you said that no one has seen what the proposal is. There is not like draft language floating around thing you've had leadership in Arizona house and house speaker rusty Bowers said look if I don't have this like basically now basically yesterday, how are we going to be able to act on this? And we're not gonna have enough time to to duly consider it if it goes past that. Deadline at the end of the month. What happens is the federal government, basically says, okay? Well, we're going to write the plan. I this is all assuming I suppose the federal government has opened that anyone is there to do this another wreck and to recognize this. But the federal government says, okay? Well, we will right. We'll just write a plan and all of the other states, California or California's Nevada and Colorado that have have submitted their plans, those plans, basically get cast aside because the federal government says fine if you guys can all agree on something. We will go ahead, and we will agree for you and will implement a plan for every state and do we have any idea? What that would look like, no, I certainly don't have any idea. I'm not sure that the f- the water stakeholders here in Arizona have really had much discussion with the feds about it. I think that is the most distasteful option. Because it because it's scary. If you have no idea what it's going to be it is, and you take yourself out of basically being able to to determine your own fate to turn that over as a statement say here, we're know what the federal government decide how we're going to have water, which is I mean, we live in a desert. We need water to survive into for our economy to work. How you know? I I I think it's really irresponsible frankly for the state to say where we we just can't agree. We can't find some kind of consensus. So we're going to let the federal government do this for every in fairness to the federal government. This was not something they imposed on January one. This has been a deadline. That's been there for a long tab -solutely. Which is why it was, you know, puzzling to watch last year's fight over basically over territory and over who had authority to say what do what? Because I think essentially what what was going on was the governor's office and the department of water resources wanted to do things in a way that CAP in the the central Arizona water conservation district would not do. And so they decided well rather than try to figure out a way to work together. We'll just go to war with them. And we'll we'll have this fight. And you know, if we win in the end, then we'll be able to implement our own vision. And and I think ultimately they didn't win, and they they had to find some kind of some kind of compromise sounds like a mess. It is. It is absolutely message extremely complicated. But it is extremely important to everyone in Maricopa County, virtually the average person isn't going to think about it until they turn the spigot. And there's nothing coming out Ed by that point. I mean, we are way way ahead of that. Because they vested interest in livelihood. It's day. They do and and if it's going to be years and years down the road even years and years into a drought situation or into a water rationing situation before Maricopa County, even feels the pain like, okay, the other big topic that we haven't hit as yet. And it's it's out there. I want to turn this to you. Greg charter schools hardly mentioned in this speech. I actually wasn't meant. There was a somewhat reference to oversight. But the governor did not even mention to simple wars charter schools, which is curious considering that the attorney general's office is working on legislation because they want more oversight. They want to have an ability to go in and look at the books a little bit better, Bradley, a response to some of that stuff you've been writing, I think so I think when you when you reference it was oblique reference, he didn't say charter schools, but he did talk about school choice, which of course is code word for charter schools. Right. And what folks are talking about with reforms is not changing school choice. No one is saying basis, we want you to stop pro stop with your AP curriculum, which is giving you one of the best rankings in the country. What people are saying is that basis we would like you to open up your books. So we see what you're ten million dollars. Management contract is paying for at a time. When you're founders are buying an eight million dollar condominium in New York City, and you're trying poor and saying we need our parents to give fifteen hundred dollars per kid because we can't pay our teachers, and you're and you're paying your teachers less than our public school teachers, and they're among the most poorly paid in the country. Right. Charter schools in the main pay their teachers thousands of dollars last seven to eight thousand dollars less than district schools because of extremely high overhead costs that are that's gone on checked and some of the they get to hire people who can't qualify to be teachers in the regular public schools uncertified teachers. Well, there is there's goods and bads that there aren't certified. But there's also an argument to be made that if you spent your entire career as a lawyer, and you retire and you want to teach law, you should be able to do that. So there is some I agree on that point. But if but if if the lack of certification is primarily a vehicle to bring any all warm body in there to teach so you can pay them less than it's a problem. Well, that is an issue. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. The the, yeah, I have no. Problem with a retired Intel engineer wanting to teach mathematics. I don't think you need that. I don't think you need a teaching certificate to do that at the high school level. Certainly it's subject matter expertise that matters. So what is going on is the governor is not put anything forward as far as reform. The only thing that we've seen or what we've heard is that he might add a few more regulators at the state charter board to go out and can make sure charter schools aren't lying about their enrollment and to to goose the the budget to get more money. But the governor and minor is only added four more regulators a charter board saying we need at least eight that's still not enough. So you're having a tough time getting folks at least getting the governor behind this. Yeah. The attorney general who's a Republican calling for a lot more reform lot more openness the new school superintendent, Kathy Hoffman. And then you've got everyone kind of turning to Kate Brophy McGee in the state Senate because she's kind of designated herself that she wants to bring about more transparency more openness and and opening up the books, and so everyone kind of go into her. But then you have the charter sociation, which is very powerful they represent the five hundred forty four charter schools. They say they're gonna come out with their own reform. But what from what I'm hearing? It's it's pretty much window dressing. It doesn't really do a whole lot to stop sitting represented charter school. That means the charter school operators to charter school operators who have made millions of dollars is the FOX guarding the hen house and a lot of ways. Yes, that's what would be happening. So so the problems that we've been writing about is as you've got charter operators have become multi-million. Mair's by engaging in the nice term is called related-party transactions. The more basic terms self-dealing where you're buying things from yourself. You're giving yourself.

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