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"christine leonard" Discussed on KGO 810
"Troubled by her obsession with the Columbine high school massacre attract soul from south Florida to Denver arrived service driver took her into the mountains. We don't know why that was the location for choosing. But that was the driver did help us, obviously pinpoint the last known location, Colorado governor Jared police says he and all Colorado parents hugging their children a little tighter. Now that this hunt is over. Apple and Disney are among the US companies who pledged to help rebuild the cathedral of Notre Dom Disney says it will give five million dollars. Apple says, it will contribute an unspecified amount. Some of France's wealthiest families have already contributed more than nine hundred million dollars toward this effort. French president Emmanuel Macron says he wants Notre Dom rebuilt in five years how much internet traffic dont driven by human intentions too much joy tenths Jason Middleton of all the traffic on the internet. All the clicks, the comments the links, the trolls almost forty percent of it is automated, it's the butts the cats over at distil networks have a paper out today showing thirty seven point nine percent of all internet traffic is bought driven that sounds ridiculously high. But it's actually a decrease from last year's number the decrease can be found across legitimate bought track. FA scrapers that travel sites us to find flight deals as well as ill intentioned. Thoughts like those used to conduct a denial of service attacks of all the bad bought traffic. Fifty-three percent comes from the United States next up for bad bots is the Netherlands at six percent. I'm Jason Middleton. The former superintendent of Grand Canyon National park is returning to San Francisco Christine. Leonard will start a new job next month as president and CEO of the Golden Gate, national parks conservancy. She formerly oversaw Golden Gate national recreation area. This report is sponsored by choose.
"christine leonard" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Unarmed man in Kansas. This is Fox News. Arizona's getting sued over school curriculum. I'm Greg Paul Cayenne S T news to gay rights organizations are suing Arizona the Sudas over a law that bans public and charter schools from having sex education instruction that promotes a homosexual lifestyle. The lawsuit name state public schools superintendent Kathy Hoffman and each member of the state board of education as defendants in a statement Hoffman. Welcome the lawsuit saying she's always been opposed to the anti LGBTQ legislation. And it's harmful implications. A Bill to repeal. The law was killed by Republican legislative leaders earlier this year US Senator Martha mcsally presses acting secretary of interior David Bernhardt about ongoing problems at the Grand Canyon. And I see what's gone on and Grand Canyon National park over the years. Eight is atrocious. Sounds like a bunch of frat boys. That thing they could just get away with an environment of toxicity and harassment. Mc Sally says Christine. Leonard's was brought in as the park's first female superintendent in two thousand sixteen to clean things up but a few months ago, the office of inspector general investigation launched an investigation into allegations against her on March fourth the inspector general released a report finding the allegations wholly unfounded still Leonard's resigned on March fourteenth and an Arizona dairy is recalling one pint bottles of cream because of insufficient pasteurization. The Arizona department of agriculture says the problem with the Dan's is in dairy cream was discovered during routine sampling anyone who has the cream with an expiration date of April seventeen twenty nineteen is asked to return it to the store for a full refund. I'm Greg Paul Kane S T AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk.
"christine leonard" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Out may twenty second is the date for that take back. This is Fox News. Arizona's getting sued over school curriculum. I'm Greg Paul Kane. S T news to gay rights organizations are suing Arizona this suit is over a law that bans public and charter schools from having sex education instruction that promotes a homosexual lifestyle. The lawsuit name state public schools superintendent Kathy Hoffman, and each member of the state board of education as defendants in a statement Hoffman welcomed the lawsuit saying she's always been opposed to the anti LGBTQ legislation. And it's harmful implications. A Bill to repeal. The law was killed by Republican legislative leaders earlier this year US Senator Martha mcsally presses acting secretary of interior David Bernhardt about ongoing problems at the Grand Canyon when I see what's gone on and Grand Canyon National park over the years. Eight is a trophy sounds like a bunch of frat boys. That thing they could just get away with an environment of toxicity and harassment. Mkx Sally says Christine Leonard's was brought in as the park's first female superintendent in two thousand sixteen to clean things up. But a few months ago, the office of inspector general investigation launched an investigation into allegations against her on March fourth the inspector general released a report finding the allegations wholly unfounded still Leonard's resigned on March fourteenth. And in Arizona dairy is recalling one pint bottles of cream because of insufficient pasteurization, the department of agriculture says the problem with the Dan's is in Derry cream was discovered during routine sampling anyone who has the cream with an expiration date of April seventeen. Twenty nineteen is asked to return it to the store for a full refund. I'm Greg Paul Kane S T AM seven ninety two sons. Most stimulating talk. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for south of America..
"christine leonard" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Potential new Haya socks Simon Owen. This is Fox News. Arizona's getting sued over school curriculum. I'm Greg Paul S. T news to gay rights organizations are suing Arizona the suit over a law that bans public and charter schools from having sex education instruction that promotes a homosexual lifestyle. The lawsuit name state public schools superintendent, Kathy Hoffman, and each member of the state board of education as defendants in a statement Hofmann welcomed the lawsuit saying she's always been opposed to the anti LGBTQ legislation, and it's harmful implications. A Bill to repeal. The law was killed by Republican legislative leaders earlier this year US Senator Martha mcsally presses acting secretary of interior David Bernhardt about ongoing problems at the Grand Canyon. But I see what's gone on a Grand Canyon National park over the years. Eight is atrocious. Sounds like a bunch of frat boys. That thing they could just get away. With an environment of toxic and harassment. Mc Sally says Christine Leonard. Was brought in as the park's first female superintendent in two thousand sixteen to clean things up but a few months ago, the office of inspector general investigation launched an investigation into allegations against her are March for the inspector general released a report finding the allegations wholly unfounded still Leonard's resigned on March fourteenth. And in Arizona, dairy is recalling one pint bottles of crane because of insufficient pasteurization, the department of agriculture says the problem with the Dan's is in dairy cream was discovered during routine sampling anyone who has the cream with an expiration date of April seventeen twenty nineteen is asked to return it to the store for a.
"christine leonard" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Deciding what its next step will be boxes, Jack Callaghan. This is Fox News. Arizona's getting sued over school curriculum. I'm Greg Paul Cayenne S T news to gay rights organizations are suing Arizona the Sudas over a law that bans public and charter schools from having sex education instruction that promotes a homosexual lifestyle. The lawsuit name state public school superintendent, Kathy Hoffman, and each member of the state board of education as defendants in a statement Hofmann welcomed the lawsuit saying she's always been opposed to the anti LGBTQ legislation, and it's harmful implications. A Bill to repeal. The law was killed by Republican legislative leaders earlier this year US Senator Martha mcsally presses acting secretary of interior David Bernhardt about ongoing problems at the Grand Canyon. But I see what's gone on a Grand Canyon National park over the years. Eight is atrocious. Sounds like a bunch of frat boys. That thing they could just get away. With an environment of toxicity and harassment mic. Sally says Christine Leonard. Was brought in as the park's first female superintendent in two thousand sixteen to clean things up but a few months ago, the office of inspector general investigation launched an investigation into allegations against her are March fourth the inspector general released a report finding the allegations wholly unfounded still Leonard's resigned on March fourteenth and an Arizona dairy is recalling one pint bottles of crane because of insufficient pasteurization, the department of agriculture says the problem with the Dan's is in dairy cream was discovered during routine sampling anyone who has the cream with an expiration date of April seventeen twenty nineteen is asked.
"christine leonard" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Locked up public lands in the west seventy percent of our fishing accesses in Montana have been funded to the land and water. Conservation fund. We have over one and a half million acres in Montana. A public lands that are inaccessible elderly CF also helps builds playgrounds and cities and towns, they helped multigeneration ranchers stay working their land helps our local sawmills get a steady supply of timber. So it's a big deal in Montana. We were disappointed, frankly, I got to tell you this. When I saw the presence budget come out that looked embarrassingly low on funding for the BCS. Could I get your view of that program? Well, first off let me thank you personally. Because you're the one guy I could call and say, hey, can you help push this along to and I really appreciated that appreciate it every race support. But it really enjoyed visiting with you to fit that permanent reauthorization done. The I had the good fortune. Joining many of you at the science era, Mony and. Here. You guys have worked on this. Bipartisan effort may be the single largest and wide ranging Bill passed since nine hundred seventy s on these issues and the signing is sort of passed the baton to us if you will on T implement, and I will work very hard on our budget on sure and I want to work with you on our budget this year. I'm a believer in the program. And I wanna I wanna move it forward interior secretary nominee and acting interior secretary, David Bernhardt. Thanks her. Thank you Senator Senator can't well. Thank you Madam chair, Mr. Bernhardt following on that same theme. I'm disappointed in the firefighting budget as it relates to the department of interior's part of that program. So I'm going to definitely be sending you a letter on that today, but we worked very hard in a bipartisan fashion to in fire borrowing. And so we want to make sure that the president's f lie twenty twenty budget proposal, which is basically reverses course on that. Earliest doesn't move us forward as it relates to the budget that you're going to be an advocate of moving forward on the principles that we've passed here in congress to end fire borrowing and make huge investments in the types of fuel reduction in investment, we need to see. Well, I I really appreciate that question. Unfortunately, we haven't had a chance to meet at and and visit and I know we have once meeting schedule nine love to talk to you about that issue. Because from my perspective, we're in a little different place, at least with interiors budget and fire that we actually feel like we got the educational three hundred million. So I'd love to have the discussion with you understand it and happy to work with you on the issue. We all have a commitment to make sure that we're actively addressing those issues in the proper way. So I'd be happy to visit with you about. Okay. So do you support what we did in ending fire borrowing and putting resources towards fuel reduction absolutely support putting resources towards fueled reduction in borrowing? Thank you. All right. Mr. Barnett wanted to talk to you about the Arctic wildlife, the national wildlife refuge in obviously, you have an important role here to play. I want to ask about specifically the coastal plain of the refuge is to believe it's one of the greatest concentration of polar bear dens across the Alaskan Arctic coastline, and the southern Beaufort polar bear population would be one of the most impacted by drilling. So what I'm concerned that there? You're rushing to move forward on this. To drill in the Arctic wildlife refuge. So my my questions are do you believe the Endangered Species Act in an Elka? They'll ask a national interest land conservation act and the national wildlife refuge system act apply to the national Arctic wildlife refuge. Did those laws apply Arctic wildlife refuge? I. I wasn't cert- certainly the Endangered Species Act does and the marine mammal Protection Act is in both of those are acts that really protect polar bears, and those are the primary acts that we look to win addressing polar bear issues, and they both would apply to any activities that happened in the end, the essay and the essay absolutely time. Okay. A memo was written by Dr Patrick lemons, chief marine mammal management US fish and Wildlife Service officer Alaska detailing numerous areas, where the interior department does not have enough information about polar bears to determine whether or not the Arctic. While wildlife refuge drilling would harm or kill polar bears or destroy designated critical. Habitat. Are you aware of this and the loan? I'm generally aware of the memo. Okay. Can you do you believe in the analysis? The interior department signed is apparently shared this man, look because they believe the science and some of that information might be being suppressed, so do you believe in the analysis conducted by the department scientists and incorporated into that ES if you don't know the answer you can give me an answer later. But I want to I want to know whether you believe in the science that was part of that. So when we look at Anwar, and we spent a lot of time on this. First off you start. There's there's a ton of studies that we've done in the eighties. But more recently, the fish and Wildlife Service completed a comprehensive conservation plan for an we're in two thousand fifteen which really I think I had over twenty five hundred pages of documents fifty seven pages of literature citations, and then twenty eighteen I asked the US Geological Survey to create a summary of anything that was updated to that. So I feel very confident than our entire record includes every everything possible for. Anwar in terms of things that are already available. I think the memo that you're speaking to goes to studies that information you can you share with us that information correspondence or documents? So that we can see that too. I I'll bring it to our meeting and we've talked through. Yeah. Of course. Thank you. I think. Mike concerns here are that. I think we're rushing now we had a debate. Honestly, my my viewpoint sailed. But I didn't think that drilling was consistent with the other goals of a wildlife refuge. I definitely disagreed on that point so as a steward of our lands. I hope that you're going to use these oversight responsibilities as it relates to managing the wildlife refuge and not ignoring those responsibilities as you look to moving forward. So I'm sure I'm sure much of this is going to end up in a big legal dispute. But I think for you to help us by being transparent on how you're meeting the goals of those other relevant acts as it relates to managing a wildlife refuge will be very important for people in the United States. So thank you very much. Thank you Madam chair. Thank you Senator can't well Senator McCain rally. Thank you Madam chair Bernard. Get to see you again. Thanks for being here. I really appreciate all your leadership on so many issues that that matter to Arizona. I wanna talk a little bit about sexual harassment issues in the National Park Service. Unfortunately, Grand Canyon National park has been a ground zero for the issues across the board and National Park Service. In a recent survey. Nearly thirty nine percent park service, employees they experienced sexual harassment. But when I see what's what's gone on a Grand Canyon National park over the years. Eight is atrocious. Sounds like a bunch of frat boys that think they could just get away with an environment of toxicity and harassment and bullying, and you're very familiar with this. So the Grand Canyon park superintendent Christine Leonard was brought in to clean house, I female ever superintendent. And unfortunately, I know a little bit about going into a good old boy network and. China change the environment. Unfortunately, she then came under some allegations last year that she's been completely exonerated from. But now, she's resigned. I'm really concerned about the message that that sends to the harassers and the believers that somehow you can try to derail progress, we can derail a female leader. And maybe they can get back to business as usual. I'm concerned about the Grand Canyon National park, the culture, the leadership there across the park service for sure, but specifically in the future of this leader, what's happened to her and what's going to happen at Grand Canyon National park to make sure that people are treated with honor and respect and dignity. And they are they're serving that regard and harassment and bullying and the types of behavior that was happening. There is not going to be tolerated and Republican Senator Martha mcsally coming to change it or not going to be pushed away. I really appreciate the question on a first know on a personal side is very disappointed that she just resigned. And I know that the deputy director of the park service was disappointed in that personal choice. Let me tell you what we have done. We have dramatically revised are anti harassment policy. We have hired anti harassment coordinators. We've reprioritize funding I basically required every single bureau to bring me an anti harassment plan handed that plan to experts had the experts go through it come back to me and tell me what needed to be tweaked and then say implemented, and we're watching you the I g in about a month. We'll have a on evaluation of that. And I imagine there'll be some people doing better some people doing worse you park that you mentioned in particular. We're going to have a good person there. And I look I would I've told the management side is if they don't if they don't deal with these issues themselves, I'm dealing with the management, and because what really happens is these things just gets shoved under the. Shoved away 'cause they're hard to work with we've dramatically changed the way, we handroll personnel and the solicitor's office, and we're going after that I cannot have an environment where I have to think that if Katie wanted to work at my daughter wanted to work at the park service that's threatening. It's unacceptable. Exactly. Well, I appreciate it and the policies matter, and I appreciate you bringing all that into order. But ultimately, this is about leadership, and it's about your managers up and down the chain. And I think the culture as well. And holding people accountable. And then making sure that you are. Training and promoting those who are the right leaders, and that you're holding your leadership accountable like like you've talked about. So I definitely want to follow up, and maybe we need to go. Visit what's going on up there? Let's do that on Vijay outlets. Do that together? I wanna follow up. Also on water water is life and southwestern Arizona, and I know you have a long and distinguished background in western water issues, and we're dealing with a number of them to include the DC P and other things, but I really appreciate this administration. Strong commitment to western water through the drought contingency plan of California's central valley, water memo, and just common sense regulations. Can you discuss plans for upcoming upcoming year and how you'll.
"christine leonard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"When I hear the word constable, two different images, come into my mind. I want a guy who walks among the cottages of a small English town swinging his Billy club is he blurts out things. Like you. Hello love or a constable is the local law man in a wild west down. He sports a perfect handlebar moustache and a fancy bowler that he got from an east coast haberdashery when Marshall white hat shows up to clean up the town, the constable proves to be a dastardly dapper dude because he's being paid off by the town saloon owner. Yeah, that's not what a constable does in Arizona. They're actually elected officers of the court who serve orders of protection and addiction notices and things like that constables fly under the radar unless there can't Rini who just weeks after getting elected resigned as constable for the Kyran precinct in Maricopa County democrat Rini backed up his county issued constable car into a trailer while attending out of town constable training and witnesses say he seemed unsteady and reeked of booze and admitted he had a nasty hangover. I think Rini realized that driving hangovers no different than driving drunk. So he resigned standing in line to step into the constable costume was the man that Rini had just unseated in November two term Republican consta-. Brandin small however state law says that whoever's appointed to fulfil term of a resigning holder must be from the same political party. No problem, small switch to the Democrats. He's now one of eight people who wants a job that pays less than fifty grand a job that if you want to keep it in the future requires spending a ton of money to get elected back to a job that pays less than fifty grand. Of course state. Legislators probably spend much more on their campaigns. And they make far less which makes me question. The sanity of the people running this place. And you can join Jim Sharpe. Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for Arizona's morning news on KTAR news. Recapping our top story. The Republicans run Senate has rejected President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southwest border setting up a veto fight and signalled and dealing him a rebuke as he tested how boldly he could ignore congress in pursuit of the high profile goal. The Senate voted fifty nine to forty one to cancel Trump's February proclamation of a border emergency, which he invoked to spend three point six billion dollars more for border barriers than congress had approved twelve Republicans joined Democrats in defying Trump and the showdown that many GOP senators had hoped to avoid because he commands diehard loyalty from millions of conservative voters. Trump has said that he will veto the Senate vote today the first female superintendent of Grand Canyon. The national park is resigning after being cleared of of creating a hostile work environment charges that she did that Christine Leonard her attorney informed, the National Park Service of her resignation this morning saying that he was concerned over what he calls baseless and defamatory accusations, Tempe and Phoenix police are investigating after a valley band died after they responded to a single car crash yesterday evening at around seven o'clock it happened here. Forty eighth street south of Broadway. Ten people say witnesses saw the car on fire. The drivers suffered from crash injuries ended apparent gunshot wound. He later died at the hospital and your flight out of sky harbor may be cancelled today, Donald e has boy grounded all seven thirty seven max planes but flight aware says over thirty flights into and out of Phoenix have been called off today. Mostly due to bad weather in Denver. It's twelve thirteen the right person at the right time. That's the word from former Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton regarding the city's newly elected mayor former Phoenix mayor Greg Stanton has made vice for mayor like Kate Gago work hard at building consensus on that city council. Never substitute. The perfect for the good move forward with good public policy, even though it's not the perfect public policy. However, newly elected congressmen Stanton believes geigo is more than capable for the job in the not-too-distant future. Where to be one of the leading economic cities in the United States. And I think mayor like I is going to continue to move Phoenix in the right direction.
"christine leonard" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Everyone can't stop talking about this college admissions. And we were just talking about it off the air. And and about how much more is gonna come out. How many more names are gonna come out how much bigger this thing is going to get? We'll stay on top of all the latest developments yesterday, we played for you governor Gavin Newsom announcement that he was putting a moratorium on death penalty specifically on executions in the state of California. I cannot sign off on executing hundreds and hundreds of human beings knowing knowing that among them will be innocent human beings. He knows what to do with his hand bang. The great. Well, it looks like there was a poll that came out. It's brand new. I witness news poll from survey USA, and it found sixty percent of respondents in California support the death penalty twenty-six opposed and the rest are uncertain which I find interesting uncertain, this is one of those really emotional topics. Obviously, we got a lot of mail from polar opposite ideologies when it comes to the death penalty after we talked about this yesterday. And it shows just how emotional people get. So it's interesting to me that there's a large portion of the the people that responded to this poll that they don't really know where they come down. Well, I would imagine that it's a. One of my criticisms about what the governor said yesterday was that he always thought of this was like an existential exercise, you know, if I was ever forced with the decision to kill baby Hitler like would. I do it. Yeah. I mean that kind of mental exercise of philosophical test about what your brain would do in a situation like that. But but my criticism was you you ran for governor you put time and energy and effort into becoming the governor and one of the most important jobs that you have is a determination of whether or not somebody lives or dies in a situation like that. So the idea that he just all of a sudden got behind the desk and went, whoa. This is real man that why your thumbs up thumbs down men. I believe your position on the death penalty can't evolve and change his position did not he's felt the same way. It's just what would he do? Once he became governor. Now, he's been running for governor pretty much for a long time since. He became Lieutenant governor. Oh, yeah. Before that he always knew he was going to have this post. So what's up with the timing of it? Just kind of bizarre. Well, my understanding is that there are a handful of of issues are sorry. A handful of cases of guys who are currently on death row whose appeals are ending and they would have been up for sentencing. Let me try that again, they would have been up for setting a date for an execution soon. So by doing this all of that is on hold by the way, everything else continues. You will still see prosecutors in California going for the death penalty. You'll probably still see juries and judges come up with a death penalty in sentence someone to death. It's just the execution part. That is on hold for now, our friend former NFL player Kermit Alexander is one of the people who is probably just livid about this. I know the LA times talk to his wife Tammy also a friend of ours and Tammy said, California. Just became a dictatorship today. Kermit Alexander's family was murdered his mother. His sister has two nephews in south LA. This is one thousand nine hundred eighty four his mother was just making coffee in the kitchen when a gang member burst in shot her in the head and systematically killed everybody. In that house. Kids women, systematically, Tai Kwon, Cox is his name and Kermit. Alexander has waited more than three decades for taekwondo Cox, not to have any more breaths in his life. Yeah. And I don't Tammy said. And this was really crystallized the argument here. She said it's not about the process about democracy, the journey of vote. And that's exactly what it is. When when you know, Michelle Hannity Deputy District Attorney that we talked to yesterday when she mentioned that this is not the police or prosecutors have put these people on death row. These are. Juries of your peers that way all of the evidence they hear from both sides. They hear all the evidence that would exonerate somebody. And they make a decision collectively to put somebody on death row. And it's interesting to me. That living in a state like California as blue California is that that survey. USA polls still finds sixty percent of people in California support the death death penalty twenty six percent of post sixty percent. I think if you would ask anybody outside of California, how Californians feel about the death penalty. They would be wildly inaccurate their their their numbers would be way off about half of the people in this poll said they opposed the governor's order from yesterday and only thirty what is it? Thirty four percent support and half say they disagree. With the statement that the death penalty is not keeping in keeping with our core values. I heard one ridiculous argument yesterday. And I don't remember if it was Gavin Newsom or somebody else. When a rapist is sentenced, we don't rape them. It was Gavin Newsom. We don't rape. When someone gets raped. The dosing who okayed that. The death penalty is not just when someone gets killed at least not generally in terms of our country. That's not what kind. It's just a stupid argument. Cindy rail was somebody who was also upset yesterday when she was at home watching television and Gavin Newsom appeared on her screen because Cindy's daughter brandy was killed eight years ago. Brandy was shot and killed and her body was lit on fire in front of her children. Cindy says yeah, I was pissed off this man, brutally murdered my daughter. Now. He's just going to get life in prison. I have to live with this every day of my life. Well, that's where we are. I mean, this is this is really basically just putting ink and paper to what has become an uphill battle for. Hey, by the way executions in the state anymore life on death row, much better than life in general pop. What you know what? I mean. The worst of the worst are getting the best of the best in terms of accommodations for the rest of their life cells by themselves. I that alone would be worth the price of admission. The price of admission. Not the right now. Aren't we come back? Edison has finally agreed that their lines sparks the Thomas fire will explain Gary and Shannon. We'll come back. Monica Rix has an update on the news. The US Senate is now voting resolution to a normal the border emergency Trump declared last month, at least a handful of Republicans are expected to vote for it. Trump has promised a veto were also learning this hour. The Britain's parliament has voted to delay Brexit by at least three months, I mentioned a little earlier that the UK is coming up on a deadline to quit the EU. Parliament rejected the latest renegotiated exit strategy Brexit could do a lot of damage to the UK's economy without a deal news. Brought to you by Barnes firm. One eight hundred eight million a vintage military trainer. Aircraft has landed on top of an airplane on the tarmac at Compton airport killing one person a second person involved in that crash last night was taken to the hospital a pilot named Billy Jackson ran out from a nearby hanger. When he heard the crash immediately faced with. One aircraft dragging parts of another aircraft down the runway. He says there wasn't much. He could do to help because the crash sparked a fire. Someone who lives nearby says a crash felt like an earthquake airline passengers in southern California are trying to find new flights because of all the groundings of Boeing seven thirty seven max jets. The grounding cancelled flights on south west United at American. This man says he was scared to tell his wife about the grounding alert that came right before their max eight to Burbank took off yesterday. She was wondering also nervous so bad. So you didn't tell until you landed I just told her, and she started to cry a little bit airline say they're trying to re book passengers on other aircraft Boeing seven thirty-seven max planes, operate about two dozen routes out of southern California at the airport in Burbank. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news. The first woman to be superintendent of Grand Canyon National park is quitting Christine. Leonard was cleared months ago allegations that SHA created a hostile work environment and wasted park. Resources letter. It's the job in August of two thousand sixteen the previous superintendent was forced to retire after being accused of improperly looking into and reporting complaints men were sexually harassing their female co workers. There.
"christine leonard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The hacienda saga continues. We told you earlier this week lawmakers are working on a Bill that they're hoping will tighten the state's control on facilities like hacienda healthcare, where an incapacitated woman was raped and then gave birth by the way, they're not required to have a state license. So state Senator Heather Carter told ABC fifteen that's one of the things are working on right now. We're trying to provide state regulatory oversight to make sure that we have a consistent policy in place. Across all of our facilities and the governor put out an executive order trying to increase protections for patients like the victim at hacienda. Then he sent a letter to the attorney general asking him to take legal action against hacienda. Then we heard that state agencies were calling around to see if other facilities will be able to accept haciendas patients sounds at least a little like they're preparing for the place to shut down and eras Medicare agency said they're talking to patients families about other options that once again sounds like the state's ready for healthcare hacienda style, the shutdown then yesterday Hussien does seem to beat them all to the punch and announced they're closing their intermediate care facility where that patient was raped and gave birth. What's really strange show ever is? That was followed. By a statement from the department of economic security saying the shutdown was quote disturbing news and not in the best interest of patients, and that they were quote, encouraging hussy ended a work with the state to find a path forward. Well, I think most people most reasonable people presented with what's happened. So far would say shut them down. But the state government of Arizona seems to be well a little schizophrenic on the topic. You could join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west Monday morning at five for Arizona's morning news on KTAR news. Recapping our top story. Former Arizona attorney General Grant woods will not run for US Senate in twenty twenty. He told KTAR's Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes this morning that he's not interested in running against Democrats in the democratic primary for eighteen months in order to get the opportunity to challenge. Republican Martha mcsally the owners of hacienda healthcare haven't Jill this afternoon to provide some answers access and DAS are giving hacienda until four o'clock to explain why it's shutting down its intermediate care unit and our plans to do it. The on a state troopers association is asking for higher pay. They say. They're paid about twenty five percent less than all other public safety. Officials. Arizona governor Doug Ducey has included a ten percent raise in the next fiscal year's plan. They hope to see a multi year plan the superintendent of the Grand Canyon National park is getting your job back Christine. Leonard has been reassigned while the interior department of inspector general investigated undisclosed allegations against her. It is not commented on those accusations. The National Park Service director Dan Smith now says the allegations were unfounded and Leonard's can return to her job at the Grand Canyon. We're coming up on twelve thirteen and here's what we're working on this afternoon in the KTAR newsroom KTAR is on immigration border patrol agents continued to be bombarded by hundreds of Central American immigrants giving themselves up at the border KTAR's. Martha our joins us live with the details. Customs and border protection. Three hundred twenty five central Americans. Just yesterday recently crossed the border near the station. Just west of Luke Ville, they then gave themselves up to agents to patrol saying among the group where one hundred fifty juvenile's thirty two of them. Unaccompanied homeland security medical staff found a five year old in the group had possible, chicken pox and a twelve year old had a skin infection. They were both taken to the hospital agents transported. The group more than the fifteen miles through rugged desert terrain to staging locations, where buses could transport them to the nearest border patrol facility. And then be processed. So far this year. The Tucson sector has seen more than six hundred fifty people crossing the border illegally and then turning themselves into agents, most of them seeking asylum live in the news center. I'm Martha our KTAR news. Thank you, Martha. Let's check your drive.
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"It's eleven oh to Bob McClay. Here's our top story. I will have to be working against Democrats, fighting Democrats, and that has zero interest to me, former Arizona, attorney General Grant woods with a big announcement. KTAR is Ali vetnar is live in the news center with the details. Grant Wood's tells exclusively to KTAR's Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes, he will not run for the US Senate in two thousand twenty he says he has no interest in facing off in a tight expensive democratic primary race because he believes Democrats are not the problem right now. The problem is Trump amock Sally. And I don't really want to spend eighteen months trying to prove something that it's not true. And that is that I'm liberal enough for the far left wing of the Democratic Party live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar, KTAR news spokeswoman for customs and border protection. Now says the driver who was shot last night at the no gallons border-crossing is not dead. The mayor of no galaxy claimed the driver was killed when shot by a CB officer. But the. Now says the driver's condition has not been released and he was taken to a hospital in no gallons Sonora. Arizona democratic congressman Ralph Abraham is demanding an immediate end to the use of razor wire from the border wall that runs through downtown Nogales a gallon city council passed a measure this week condemning the use of the wire, including a threat would sue the feds if they don't remove the wire girl hall told homeland security and department of defense the wires a photo op by the president. That's nothing short of ridiculous. Pentagon announced this week at setting almost four thousand additional US forces to the southwest border and the mission includes placing a hundred and fifty miles of concertina wire between the ports of entry. Jim cross KTAR news, the superintendent of the Grand Canyon National park is getting your job back Christine. Leonard said been reassigned while the interior department of inspector general investigated undisclosed allegations against her. It's not commented on what.