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02:16 min | 1 year ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Que ta our news, start your engine and hit the road. Arizona's tourism offices designated this year as the year of the road trip. Josh Coddington, with the state's tourism office says amid the pandemic road trips or a safe way to get out and explore our state. People are ready to travel. And so that's why we're encouraging people to plan for those trips right now early in the year to make sure that they do eventually take those trips, he adds. Taking trips is not only good for you, but also good for the small communities in businesses across the state that have been hit hard by the pandemic. And rely on tourism. For more information, visit. Easy road trips, calm and firm or on these stories in the latest on the pandemic had to Katie our com slash coronavirus. Two escaped inmates from this Florence prisoner back behind bars, and investigators want to know how the fugitives hit for five days. And if anyone helped them if you have not seen a co worker come to work, and it's unexpected or a neighbor who hasn't been at their house, and it's not normal for them. Please call us P S Colonel Heston Silbert says the fugitives held up a convenience store and a hotel worker and tried to break into a home. Deputy corrections director Frank Strada says no prison staffers have lost their jobs over the escape. We look at our employees as their most valuable resource that as a vulnerability or disposable Arizona corrections has admitted to short staffs and busted locks at its prisons, Peter same or Katie Our news, one of the law enforcement officers involved in the capture, is talking about his experience. In school. It's police officer Philip Bluer tells ABC 15 mornings It's not every day gives to respond to calls like that, adding he was surprised to see the fugitives still wearing their prison uniforms. You think they would have changed into something to disguise themselves, but typically, they're not that smart, David Harmon and John Sharp yacht spotted in a cotton field less than 15 miles from the prison yesterday morning. Line of duty Death. Honored in Peoria today Katie are Sally Ventnor joins us live with more They weakest moment. He was the strongest member of the department. That's Peoria Fire chief Bobby Ruiz honoring retired puree A fire captain.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:51 min | 1 year ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Escaped inmates from the Florence prison are back behind bars, and investigators want to know where they hid for five days. And if anyone helped them if you have not Seeing a co worker come to work, and it's unexpected or a neighbor who hasn't been at their house and it's not normal for them. Please call us GPS. Colonel Heston Silbert says the fugitives held up a convenience store and a hotel worker and tried to break into a home. Deputy corrections director Frank Strada says no prison staffers have lost their jobs over the escape. We look at our employees as their most valuable resource thought as a vulnerability or disposable Arizona corrections has admitted to short staffs and but Stood locks at its prisons, Peter same or Katie, our news to our eyes and immigration. The debate over border security is ramping back up after the Biden administration took several immigration related executive actions. Arizona Democrats, Senator Mark Kelly tells Arizona's morning news he'd like to see more border Patrol agents on the border and updated ports of entry. Ports of entry are so old hard to get people through and having a upgraded and updated port of entry would be great for the Arizona economy, so that's going to be one of my focus is to get the money to upgrade the sports of entry. Kelly also said barriers are needed in some areas after Biden signed an order halting border wall construction. 2020 surgeon. US gun sales shows no signs of letting up in 2021. ABC is Jim Ryan is in Texas, where an estimated one in three people own at least one gun. The factors that led to last year's dramatic increase in FBI background checks and resulting firearm sales are still present this year. The pandemic you had the riots. And you have an election. It was kind of like the perfect storm says Gun shop owner John Have, like the result has been that small businesses like he is are seeing a run on inventory. While major chain retailers flourish, the bigger shops.

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03:10 min | 1 year ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Air. It is 602 down on the ground now, too violent fugitive criminals have been captured and they're going back to prison where they belong. The involvement with all the agencies here truly locked down the area. They didn't get far for a reason. Katya ours, Peter, say more joins us now live to explain how it all went down. Becky agents captured them dirty and in their prison issue orange pants in Coolidge 14. Miles from Florence prison. They got to the area. They noticed two individuals in the middle of the cotton field. Coach PD and the deputy marshals put a perimeter around this cotton field. Several citizen tips led agents to the escapees. Ah, home invasion rapist and the child molester. They would not obey commands. Both of them said Just Shoot me. You're both asking for the cool HPD officers and the deputy marshals to kill him. U S marshal for Arizona. David Gonzalez says agents Taser them Instead, Police commander Mark Pierce Arrow gave play by play of body camera video coach Policed and U. S marshals are closing in on him. At this point. We've already given several commands to get down. You're not Tasers deployed. He's tries to pull the Taser prongs out. And here we are taking him into custody. Agents had searched 800 homes in 16 hours. We're good Police department because of our excellent citizens in the city of Coolidge. They do excellent work, and they help us daily in solving crime in the city of Coolidge, Investigators are tracing the inmates steps to determine if they harmed anyone. And how they managed to hide for five days. We have to figure out where they were for these last few days, and right now we're going back and investigating that and backtracking. So do we celebrate the fact they're in custody? We do. But now a great deal of the work began. DPS Colonel Heston Silbert says investigators wonder if anyone helped the fugitives. If you have not seen a co worker come to work, and it's unexpected or a neighbor who hasn't been at their house, and it's not normal for them, Please call us Silver. Says the fugitives held up a convenience store in the hotel worker and tried but failed to break into a home. Deputy corrections director Frank Strada says no prison staffers have lost their jobs over the escape. We look at our employees has their most valuable resource thought as a vulnerability or disposable, so that's why I say we'll look at our investigation will look at all the causes for the investigation and make the corrective action as needed. Arizona's Department of Corrections has admitted to short staffs and busted Locks at its prisons. In recent years, Becky So Peter were busted locks. Part of the reason these inmates were able to escape. Strada wouldn't say he dodged news reporters questions in a media availability today. He mostly said the escape is still under investigation internally and externally right now, the inmates it in pen all county jail while local state and federal authorities prepared new criminal charges for them Reporting live, Peter Same or Katie. Our news. Thank you, Peter. Despite a drop in the number of travelers because of the pandemic, the tea as a reports catching mortgage guns than ever before, and Sky Harbor Airport is AH hot spot ranking number.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Can suffer from destroyed lungs and hearts. If not die, Peter same or Katie? Our news. I want you to relax here. I'm good. Okay. There you go on to three. And that's it. Kobe 19 vaccinations underway at multiple sites across the valley, including at Red Mountain High School in Mesa. That's where Mesa public schools bus driver Miguel Flores got his shot today. No pain doesn't hurry. He calls it his armor to fend off the Corona virus. That's very important for me because I get out of my Wife and my kid makes a public school started offering vaccines at several of its campuses last week in partnership with the Mesa Fire and Medical Department. So far, they have vaccinated just under 2000 people, mainly school staff this week. They're hoping for at least 500 per day over the next three days. Griselda City No Katya on news running on covert calls himself. Valley firefighter became a covert 19 patient, Katya CARS Alley. Ventnor has the story. Already, eight year old Dan Val Co. Is a healthy Phoenix firefighter. He contracted the virus while on duty in December as a first responder running on covert patients daily. I just had no idea to the extent that's possible of it as a paramedic. He knew what to watch for, so we monitored his oxygen levels in Daytona woke up and they were at a dangerous level, and it was at that point that I thought, you know what I should probably get ahead of this vocal, then spent 12 days in the house. Hospital. He's home in continues to recover and hopes to go back to work next month. Aly Ventnor, Katya Our news reported stay in Arizona 5321 new coronavirus cases and one new death along with just under 16,000. New diagnostic tests, statewide coronavirus percent positivity and hospital metrics. All are trending down. The University of Arizona says that most of its classes will continue to be online with only essential courses in person. You have a president Robert Robert's, telling a news briefing that even with the vaccine being distributed, the surge is ongoing in the state, So we're twice is bad is the national average, But I think if you look at the daily number, it kind of puts it into perspective. Where the 100 National averages 50 people County remains in priority. Phase one b of its vaccine, destroy. You should plan which includes people 75 older healthcare workers, police and firefighters, along with emergency response staff Jim Bronson Gate E A R News. Could there be a delay in play for the spring training Games? Cactus League executive director Bridget Brennans Bacher, along with support from several Valley mayors. Has sent a request to the MLB commissioner to delay the season opener due to covert 19 friends Backer says there wasn't a set time limit on the delay. Additional time means more time for the situation to improve and we see it improving now, and we're very hopeful it'll continue to improve and will be able to welcome fans back into the stands. While there's no word yet on how many fans will be allowed or what mitigation strategies will be in place. She says Spring training will look different This year. We have more stories and the latest on the pandemic here in Arizona at Katie Jr dot com slash coronavirus. A manhunt continues for the two inmates who escaped from the Florence prison Saturday night. DPS director Colonel Heston Silbert says they have not received any new information. But GPS says the two man are believed to be hiding at a nearby home. If you is AH, resident In the area of the prison have noticed the neighbor hasn't been around or if you've noticed a coworker hasn't come to work for a period of time, and it's something that's out of the norm. We would ask you to please call a $70,000 rewards being handed out for information on their whereabouts if you or anyone have any information called Florida Witness or 911. We're full description and a picture of the man you can go to. Katie Jr dot com. It's 6 39 House impeachment managers delivered the articles of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate chamber today, Maryland Democratic Congressman Jamie Raskin read the articles of impeachment on the Senate floor, describing the January 6th insurrection of the capital President Trump gravely endangered the security. Of the United States and its institutions of government. He threatened the integrity of the democratic system interfered with the peaceful transition of power and imperil coequal branch of government. Trump becomes the first former president to be tried for impeachment. Trial to convict him begins in two weeks. In just moments. Snow and hail fill in some parts of the valley. Today we'll have a recap on the weather and a little bit more on the Senate. Now, with the impeachment papers for ex President Trump again, we'll have all that coming up in another check on your right home, Katya our news time, 6 40. You know, even rocket mortgage Super Bowl squares. Sweepstakes is back Every time the score changes someone wins. $50,000 plus two grand prize winners will win a half a million dollars they could.

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

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"I'm Chuck's Iverson advice from one of the mass covert vaccination sites that is very busy and reporting few problems. Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens state spokesman Mike Jack Liss advising people There are no extra doses for anybody without an appointment. We're administering every vaccine that we have and that we get So they are being exhausted. There are no extras. There is nothing being wasted. Also busy the vaccine site in the Philadelphia suburb of Plymouth meeting giving shots told her folks those at high risk and first responders, including local ambulance chief Thomas to Genske. That's what the M s does right. That's what the public safety services do. Police firing AMs were out there to protect the community. Help help anybody that we can, and this was one of the things that we needed to do. Covert vaccine distribution and covered financial relief are on the agenda of the president and Congress as Senator Bob Menendez, New Jersey Democrat We need tol help people who still are unemployed. We need to help businesses that are still struggling. The greatest way to have the economy recovers. Number one should get the pandemic on the control and then to to get people through this economic time. And it isn't WNBC TV's up close. What was it like at that moment at the White House when you're a disease expert with a medical degree in all in a member of the covert task force? And you hear President Trump talk about using light and disinfectant to fight Cove. It Dr Deborah Burkes talking about a candidly publicly for the first time. This is what you talked about. Was I prepared for that? No, I wasn't prepared for that. I didn't even know what to do in that moment on CBS's face the Nation. Two prison escapees convicted of sexual abuse kidnapping, among other things, busted out of the past few hours from the Arizona State prison in Florence, Public safety Colonel Heston's Silbert with this advice, both of the subjects obviously have committed.

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Up the idea that China is trying to interfere in the election to help Biden and as the liquid Terra ABC News Washington well passed the message made on the Gulf Coast. What's left of Hurricane Sally is raining itself out over Southeast Virginia and Eastern North Carolina. Heavy rain moving up through Virginia. Even New Jersey Flood watches are posted for those areas until Sally moves off shore at which time and meet up with our next storm, which is Teddy. Now a Category four storm is going to make it run a Bermuda on Sunday night and then maybe Canada. ABC News meteorologist Rob Marciano back and hard hit Pensacola, Florida authorities went door to door to check on residents and warn them they're not out of danger. Fair Hope, Alabama Mayor Karen Wilson announced the death of Winston Groom. His novel, Forrest Gump was turned into a six Oscar winning movie in 1994. No word on Cause Funeral arrangements are pending. Winston Groom Was 77. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station use station are on air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the air. New Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. It's 902 Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. Here's Our top story. The Arizona Department of Public Safety has won 17 year old in custody. And they're searching for another in connection with a trooper involved shooting this morning, DPS director Colonel Heston Silbert says a trooper was in an unmarked car near 35th.

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01:41 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This morning. The driver of the vehicle fled and is still on the loose. DPS Colonel Heston Silbert says detectives were investigating the area. When a silver Infiniti G 37 model year 2008 through 2013 pulled up in front of them. The suspect exited the passenger side of the vehicle with an AK 47. He began to shoot at our trooper as he exited his vehicle are trooper was clearly visible in his vest. That said police there was no question it was an ambush. The detectives were not hurt. DPS still need your help finding the driver suspect who is believed to be Hispanic, also in his late teens. For a full suspect description and picture of the Infinity Go to Katie. Our dotcom live in the new center Leon Katie attorneys and the man suspected of wounding a court security officer during a drive by shooting in downtown Phoenix this week, was in court today and agreed to remain jailed on assault and weapons charges. James Lee Carr is accused of shooting the officer while the officer was screening. A delivery truck was trying to get into the Sandra Day O'Connor US Courthouse Tuesday when the bullet hit him right in the chest. Um, knows too well. Get the truck, but luckily there's a ballistic vest saved his life and he's home. Now recuperating and doing fine. Gonzales says They think car has mental problems and was not acting as part of an anti police group. The countdown is on to fill out your 2020 Census. Arizona could use your help. Arizona Census Response rate is about 4% below the national average Arizona as of our statistics as of yesterday, Ed Reese 88.9% completion. That's US Census Bureau director Stephen Billing Ham who was in Arizona today with Governor Doug Ducey..

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07:39 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's Tr News 92 3 FM. Thanks so much for being here. It's the mike room had show. We appreciate you joining us happy Wednesday. Dr. Characterise just joined us moments ago. We had Tom Hatin on the show. He is the CEO of Mountainside Fitness, and he has become a lightning rod because he stood up and said, We're going to file a lawsuit. We don't think that this arbitrary closing of our business has anything to do with stopping the spread of covert 19. So Mr Hatton is suing the state of Arizona and inward not in return. But as of yesterday, the update is several of his locations, including Scottsdale have been sighted. Have for not closing, and we will have Mr Hat on the show about one hour from right now. We'll talk with him about those citations. Dr. Cara Chris joined us this morning and I asked her specifically, it seemed odd that Jim's were closing. And if Jim's air complying with all of your requirements before, why are you asking them to close again? And this. What's interesting about it is she was They opened gyms last, and I was said before this is it seems too odd to me. But her clarification is about strenuous activity and yelling and dancing or screaming. Or we know that there are certain types of activities that put individuals more at risk. So being indoors having either yelling, screaming, exerted, breathing, singing that all increases your risk of transmissibility. We also know that it's very difficult to wear a mask when you are Exercising because you need to breathe. So that's another risk factors if you're around people who aren't wearing masks, so we've been told masks when you're within six feet of someone else If you're not within six feet, but if they're well ventilated, That's the My whole question about this is this is a shift. From other things from what we were told in the past. We understand that right now it's going to be very difficult for people to exercise. There are a lot of people my I'm trying my my eggs. My escape is going to the gym. That's my escape from what's going on. I've mentioned before. I am very fortunate. I've got a great trainer that I work with. And it's one on one where the only two people in the gym when we work together, eh, so I'm not concerned at all. But it's my escape its it I hate when I miss going to the gym and for a lot of people, that is the release that is the decompression time. Whatever your workout is, that's what people are doing to de stress and and those are the reasons people are able to kind of maintain whether it's yoga. And there are so many studies that talk about the viability of exercise. That lack of exercise leads to bigger health problems. It's well over 100 degrees this weekend is supposed to be blazing hot. We're told not to go out. We're told not to congregate. All of that stuff makes sense. If you're maintaining that six foot distance if you're sanitizing equipment, which every gym I've been to I've seen do this so I don't understand Now. Why all of a sudden this shift and again there was no warning. There was no warning, according to Tom Hatton. The the owner of Maciel Mountainside fitness, He said that They were given a five minute call. You're going to want to watch this press conference, No input, nothing it they makes no sense. So this was when he talked about not having any warning from the governor. I gotta call five minutes before he went on the air. Had a message left on my phone, saying that there was gonna be a press conference. I would want to listen to And that's how you found out. Have you had a conversation with the governor's office since the announcement? I have not. I texted governor duty this morning and have not heard back. It is. It's got to be frustrated. You, you build a business, and it isn't just about money again. If you've ever built anything, I don't care if it's a car if it's a bicycle if you've built something from the ground up if you invested your time and money in something There is something about it that is very special. And so it's not just about making a lot of money and trading off money for people's health. The simple that oversimplification is insulting. Tom Hatton and Mountainside Fitness employ a lot of people. There's a lot of people's livelihoods depend on that. Business number one number two. This is a few decades in the making. This isn't something that some rich guy opened up a bunch of health clubs that happened to do well. This is a guy that from the ground up, built this business and he's watching it be systematically tort apart and he feels as if this last shutdown was arbitrary. He not only helped during the first shutdown with things this is what I'm telling you these things about Tom Hatton. So you don't get the wrong impression about people that he is like some kind of a rebel, and it's just looking to be a defiant He shut down the first time he opened his clubs for testing. He donated $100,000 to the relief fund when he was getting no relief himself because he had too many employees, so he complied. He also met with the governor's office. He helped come up with all of the changes to standards to keep health club safe. He did all of those things, and there wasn't so much as a phone call ahead of time from, I'm sure you didn't expect Governor do C to pick up the phone, but someone to pick up the phone. And have a conversation about what's going on and what they're going to do and why. And there was none of that, and he believes we have complied with every one of their requests. There is no data that shows were increasing People's chances of getting covert 19 to the degree that we should be shut down. And he believes that this is arbitrary. So was recourse is going to court. I can't blame the guy for that. It doesn't make any sense. So that is that's what's going on. Now. I just want you to hear him talk about very quickly. The citations the tough part when you make a stand when you feel like you are in the right for why're doing it? Um, and very understanding about the situation. There could be consequences. There could be a public outcry. There could be amazing support like we've had But certainly there could be something like a citation, which we have received a view where, uh, in a couple of cities around the town So that's Thomas talking aboutthe citations. In a moment we're gonna talk about that. We got the big Q poll question of the day coming up. We're also going to talk coming up just after nine o'clock. DPS director Colonel Heston Silbert will join us lot of questions to talk about the DPS director Anxious for you to meet him were to do that in just a few moments. You know, great family owned businesses, Stapleton roofing, and when I say family owned, it's not just because of family owns it. They put their name on it. When I had my contracting business. My name was on the business. I took pride in a family owned business, and I wanted people to know my name was on the business. Have you had an issue? You were going to talk to me? There's a couple of things about Stapleton roofing that are the unique As funny as this sounds, it's unique to this industry. If you call them for a roof inspection, they're actually in the get up on your roof and inspected. That's not the case with everybody. I had a nightmare scenario. I had had my roof replaced on my home. One of their guys fell through my roof. Then they put two different color shingles on my roof and had to start over. So the warranties their offer only as good as the people offering them. Now, If your home is approaching that 20 year mark, you're going to need a roof inspection and Stapleton roofing or the people that you should call. Give him a chance. You're gonna love.

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02:52 min | 2 years ago

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"Enable them to protest the leader of the demonstrations ratio on a struggle says she had a point to prove tonight you can call your mayor and demanded change you to be brave don't be late right now you can see video on my Twitter feed of Williams addressing the crowd she went about a minute and a half and then returned inside our headquarters and struggles is glad Williams did not marked with them tonight she says she's got a job to do to review cases of use of force the demonstrators are on their way to the state capitol again marching west from here at seven and I have a new and Washington Street this is where the police headquarters sits of course then they'll come back their curfew ends at about fifty five minutes and that twenty percent chance of rain we've been predicting well it's cooling us off right now live in downtown Phoenix Peter say more KTAR news Peter thank you very much keep it right here on K. T. A. R. for the very latest on the protest in downtown Phoenix several elected Arizona officials asking for the department of justice to take over the investigation into the shooting death of Dion Johnson letters addressed to U. S. attorney William Barr the assistant US attorney and U. S. attorney for Arizona Michael Bailey asking that Phoenix police be taken off of the investigation into the shooting death of Dion Johnson state representative Reginald bolding says it's surprising feeding speedy was put in charge in light of the department being as he claims to be the deadliest police force in the nation with forty four officer involved shootings in twenty nineteen which makes myself which makes the family which makes supporters of what makes the public wonder will we have an investigation that is truly unbiased and that is truly thorough now on Thursday D. B. as director colonel Heston Silbert said that its procedural the DPS handled the internal investigation it's also standard for Fenix PD to handle the investigation when a trooper involved shooting happens in Phoenix Johnson was shot in the early morning hours of Memorial Day Monday after an alleged struggle with a DPS officer near Tatum Boulevard and the loop one oh one get a check on traffic right now Josh K. is live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center yeah John plenty of closures to look out for on the evening commute police activity shutting down the off ramp from the loop one I want to both Glendale and cardinals way exit at northern or camel back instead the downtown all on and off ramps along the ten that are between Seventh Avenue and seventh street have been closed Jefferson and Washington out of commission between Seventh Avenue and First Avenue Scott still road knocked out between camelback in highland and a wreck has shut down southbound Rittenhouse at highs this report is sponsored by Lowe's Lowe's is working harder than ever to help pros get the job done with services like curbside loading and jobsite.

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03:00 min | 2 years ago

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"B. C. fifty meteorologist iris amicitia at seven thirty three of eighty nine degrees in good here hundreds of people marched in downtown Phoenix for an eighth straight day there were no arrests at one point they stopped at First Avenue and Jefferson forty eight minutes forty six seconds moment of silence in memory of George Floyd that's a long and now fired Minneapolis police officer knelt on Floyd's neck before he died according to a criminal complaint Arizona DPS director colonel Heston Silbert says he understands why thousands are braving the triple digit heat to protest people don't go stand in the heat by the thousands who don't care they care about this because they care about what's going on they care about the improvement and we care colonel sober says these peaceful conduct of the majority of protesters as a commentary to their character and to our state K. T. I R. eyes an education supporters of the invest in at initiative that would raise taxes for the wealthy to generate millions in school funding continue to collect signatures to get it on the November ballot we are on pace to have enough signatures to qualify for the ballot Joe Thomas with the Arizona education association says even with the corona virus we never stop collecting signatures we just found a safer ways to do it he says they've been hosting drive by signature collection events where people pull up in their cars rolled down the window we have single use hands or they can bring their own and we have a clip board that has the vision on it supporters need to collect about two hundred thirty six thousand signatures by July second Thomas says their goal is to collect more than three hundred thousand Griselda city no KTAR news Arizona folks the valleys in the running to host the Republican National Convention in late August and Arizona Republican says a lot goes into making an event like that happen especially on short notice the conviction itself lasts only a few days with congresswoman Debbie Lesko tells PTA are the RNC would need he'll river arena in Glendale the entire month of August and I guess that the setup and security but also prior to that week there's different committees that command and town and vote on the Republican Party platform instead there's all kinds of things going on the RNC is sending scouts to check out the area Lesko says she doesn't know when a decision will be made on who's going to get the convention but said we're one of less than five markets being considered for it Charlie foster KTA artists here in the valley we're always looking for a way to stay comfortable in our summer heats now an A. as you thermal dynamics engineer has designed a cooling vest Conrad a record shop ski says that's currently on the market require being soaked with water which evaporates to cool the air around you instead of calling you he's created a second best they can be worn on top that reflects sunlight that means being able to do stuff outside without having to get up before the crack of dawn you want to go garden let's say between five and six you might be able to garden between six and seven all of a sudden he expects a few more years of testing before the vests go on the market K. D. A. R. news time seven thirty seven thank you Jamie now it's deter Iran from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

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04:51 min | 2 years ago

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"Minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station KTAR news another night of protests in Phoenix last night but this one it was very peaceful they've been peaceful the last couple of nights and that people have been respecting other curfew and going home and leaving the streets behind it is eight o'clock approaches which is when the curfew kicks off here in Arizona last through a five AM the next morning but you know there's a long way to go between where we are now in trust between minority communities and that is the case here in Arizona it now a new axioms Ipsos poll that came out yesterday morning shows that black Americans are much less likely to trust local police than others thirty six percent compared to sixty nine percent of Americans overall that's some pretty startling numbers and you know the governor sent out a tweet on Sunday afternoon saying he added a US open and honest meeting with a dozen faith leaders from across the valley on how to deal with race issues in Arizona and we have some of the comments about the way compliments of our TV partners ABC fifteen about what some of these pastors had to say afterwards these faith leaders Dr reverent Jennifer what all is bishop of the episcopal diocese of Arizona and here's what she told ABC fifteen about her meeting with the governor the governor was really clear that he believes that racism exists and he believes racism is a sin he was not ready to say that racism is systematic or institutionalized this is pastor redeem Robinson of the Ebenezer church in Phoenix pretty critical of the governor it just seemed like it was a meeting just to say that I spoken to black leaders it was just something to cross off his check I didn't see any sincerity and it another pastor told the Arizona Republic is that basically you know he's used a lip service but he said he's caught a costly waiting to hear what he may do not what you may say but what he may do and there's a state lawmaker who has sent a letter to the head of G. P. S. over the death of Dion Johnson he was a black man who was shot by a state trooper on a Phoenix freeway the same day the George Floyd died in Minneapolis representative Reginald bolding sent that letter to public safety DPS director colonel Heston Silbert and I think what he's asking for here is something that I I think it's it's it's reasonable it's nothing it's not like saying Hey let's disarm the police let's never let police ever have any interactions with the people of color it is nothing like that I am like let me read you a little bit his letter he said he starts off with I read with alarm media accounts of the officer involved shooting that took the life of an unarmed African American man named Dion Johnson early last Monday morning on the loop one on one freeway in north Phoenix yeah the police say that they did recover a gun from from the vehicle I don't know if he actually had it in his hand or not you know there's so many questions and that's what I think is really hip what what what he's really trying to get out here a represent of bowling is getting at here let me just read you the this is the third paragraph I'm hoping you can explain to me why a trooper would be allowed to patrol a major freeway on a busy Memorial Day holiday without the protection of a body camera or dash camera also please outline any efforts to secure other video footage from a dot for example or witness statements to shed more light on how and why this alleged he puts it in quotation marks struggle occurred in white was white assist necessitated deadly force and respectfully asking you for answers and for transparency because what everybody wants is transparency I think it's what the I think it's what police officers want when they have been involved in in a struggle when they've been involved in a deadly force case R. and they don't feel like they did anything wrong those cut officers want transparency so you know what I think that's where we need to head a lot of major police agencies here in Arizona have body cams their officers are instructed to turn those body cams on when they have any kind of interaction with the public and I don't know why DPSS isn't on it and maybe they did and we just don't know about it in this case but either way try to get some answers right because those answers will help to keep everybody calm hopefully anyway five forty eight now K. T. A. R. David news now is Stacy Brooks brought you by bonafide Arizona's premier coolsculpting provider now offering free in person and virtual.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Accident attorney I'm Jamie was my group had you have a packed show today yeah we got out we got a lot going on we're gonna we're gonna speak with Maricopa county sheriff Paul Penzone about that report unbiased and stops but about what happened overnight of course we're gonna talk about the what's happening the writing over Minneapolis and here in the white and the protest in Phoenix did you see the fire three seed in Minneapolis did you see it burning it was fully engulfed him yeah hole in golf then and it's all happening LA it's happening all over the country it's a shame to see these things happening and we're also going to talk with us some good news are gonna talk with the way people can help but have St Mary's food bank on with us today our people to get involved cool happy Friday you too yet last night it will you heard a sharp just play the audio what I said yesterday about the way we behave here in Arizona and I will tell you I still am very proud of the way people in Phoenix behave and I've had the privilege of getting in a lot of very very small level the new DPS director lieutenant captain colonel Heston Silbert and I don't know him very well but I do know him I've met him and had a couple of conversations with him and his reputation as a leader is is is very good he is a you know a long time police officer but a great leader and I am pretty good friends with with Frank Milstead the former DPS director who had nothing but glowing things to say about his career and working with the with Heston Silbert and leaders lead yeah I know that's a silly thing to say that's obvious no but leaders show how to lead when it's important and lieutenant colonel Silber tells our our door panel Silbert I think what I say is lieutenant colonel to colonel right it's Carlson but I I've I've reduced him in rank is what I did I he's not the colonel yet but colonel silver he the so we we got to talk about his leadership skills because at times when things are difficult it's how you approach and face things that matter and at a time when we're watching people do things we I don't understand we're gonna talk a lot today and I'm hoping that I can gather my words at the right time because I'm speechless at what I see happening around the country I understand when people are upset and angry I understand when people are are are justifiably angry I can make him someone Paris ins in my life but they're not good comparisons I'd things I've seen when my brother was killed in the military my brother was killed in the war my mother intentionally didn't speak to the media for a very long time because she was angry she was you know she had lost her son and she was hurt and she was angry and she was afraid that if somebody asked for a question the wrong way she would give an answer she regret later so she decided she was not going to speak because she knew long term the damage could be great what we're seeing with people protesting in the way they're doing it now when you lash out violently you take away every bit of credibility you have maybe not with the people that agree with you but you're not trying to convince the people that agree with you and maybe you're just so angry in that moment you don't want you don't care if they agree with you or not but you will there is a there's a reason why we should be having a lot of conversations there's a reason why we should be making changes in a lot of ways if in attitude if not in practice and there's a lot of things that should be done and if we're already divided burning buildings and breaking windows doesn't do anything to move that conversation forward it doesn't do anything to mend fences it doesn't do anything to get people to understand your feelings what it does is it further divides and if you can't see the big picture you should try it's easy to say outside of the moment but in the moment last night things started getting a little bit violent in Phoenix windows broken at the police station car windows broken a Phoenix police vehicles and it shouldn't happen here and moving forward how are we going to solve whatever the unrest is here at home of course I'm concerned about Minneapolis and LA and other cities but I live here this is where I live how do we deal with unrest here well last night the DPS director was out Heston Silbert was out and he Tom was addressing the protesters and is Jim sharp pointed out we kind of joked about it is Jim sharp pointed out there were officers out there in case it got very violent in riot gear to protect themselves but that's not the way Heston Silbert was last night and he addressed people and had a conversation with them and what I found interesting about this is it's not just that he was trying to talk with them the majority of people standing there with him wanted to hear what he had to say and they wanted to be heard this is a kind of a breakthrough moment this is the kind of moment that we should hold on to and move forward with what you're about to hear it this is how things change Hey listen we understand.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For failing to do the impossible Griselda city no KTAR news Morrell service brings their sacrifices and the loss suffered by their families to the forefront of our minds in a virtual memorial ceremony DPS director colonel Heston Silbert honored the troopers and highway patrolman who died in the line of duty since nineteen fifty eight R. thirty fallen troopers were brave men their presence and sacrifice left a lasting impression on our department you can watch that memorial at KTAR dot com and a ten year old boy was rushed to the hospital this morning after being wounded in a drive by shooting happened about six thirty police say a man and his son were standing outside of an apartment complex near nineteenth Avenue and Peoria when someone in a car fired three shots the child suffered life threatening injuries no word on his condition the father was not hurt and tells police he has no idea who fired all right let's get out there those roads and check them out we've had a lot of accidents this afternoon here's detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center there and more of them again in this report but at least they're staying off the freeways but we've got enough going on on the freeway is the only good about that we've already got a closure of the I. ten mainline westbound I. ten at four hundred eleventh Avenue this is going to be out of winners bird road exit you'll be exiting off the freeway there at mile marker ninety eight due to a crash slash medical emergency that occurred there in town east bound to to read about freeway transition ramp to the southbound one forty three whole come expressway that ramp is blocked is closed due to a crash coming out of that ramp also I. ten westbound at sixty Seventh Avenue right lane blocked for collision there and service three racks of bunch sixteen three to Thomas sixteenth street in Glendale seventh street and bell road Broadway increased Indian school of Israel wrote Thomas east of the seventeen a crash and also wrecks reported over union hills east of thirty second street and union hills east of six seven Avenue the traffic report brought to you by all state if you're driving less you could be saving more on car insurance save money with pay per mile insurance from Allstate call a local Allstate agent to get a quote the third and get your news.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now it's zero two wind Gabriel give me you know after six years leading DPS colonel Frank Milstead retires in his first interview since the announcement colonel Frank Milstead tells the Mike Broomhead show I talked to the governor's office for the last six or eight weeks about what my intentions were but I did a video this morning to let people know in that apartment here for me and and tell him thanks and he's proud of what they've accomplished in the last five years one item being yeah we had a fifty six hundred case backlog when we got here in the in a you had to wait three years today that backlog is gone it's ninety days it's real time the governor's office confirms Milstead replacement will be lieutenant colonel Heston Silbert alley that KTAR news in planning to clear out store shelves over fears of catching the corona virus the nation's top doctor says now is not the time to panic is it time to take basic precautions like we tell people to do during hurricane season or tornadoes even our floods even basic precautions get what you need for your family but you don't need to stock up for Armageddon U. S. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams sells Arizona's morning news the number of coronavirus cases will likely go up as they do more testing but as the weather heats up those numbers should start to fall to learn more about the covert nineteen in Arizona I had to keep D. A. R. dot com slash coronavirus PTA our eyes on the economy but prices are expected to plummet in the next several days because of the cost of ours for years and now an all out oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia this morning statewide average is two dollars and seventy three cents a gallon Patrick had with the gas but he says he expects prices to drop fifteen to twenty five cents soon and possibly as much as forty cents the national average is two thirty seven and he had believed that will eventually drop to two dollars a gallon and now for a check on traffic.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ended her White House run put up a social media video endorsing Joe Biden we need a leader who really does care about the people and who can therefore unify the people and I believe Joe can do that Jesse Jackson who sought the democratic nomination thirty two years ago backed Bernie Sanders in an appearance in grand rapids Michigan seven hello this is tasteful justice of the people said Jackson Dortmund helps in chip Wade Biden's overwhelming support among black voters Michigan the biggest prize among six states holding primaries on Tuesday stamping telling us with limited time they are focusing in on the locations where they believe they can draw the biggest and most effective contrast with Joe Biden zeroing in on the rust belt state of Michigan and challenging the former vice president's record on trade A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott other states voting on Tuesday Missouri Washington North Dakota Idaho and Mississippi Richard Cantu ABC news well it is time now for some Mike Broomhead today on his show he spoke to colonel Frank Milstead with DPS who's retiring here's a little bit of that interview it surprised many people from the inside I think because you work so hard for the things that are about to happen and now you're leaving just as they begin to happen yeah it's it is you know it's really hard to go that this is the life I've known for thirty five years but I will tell you this it's going to be great to leave and be missed instead of believing they're glad you're gone so I think it's we're on a big upswing I think the men and women of GPS or are proud of what we've accomplished over the last five years you know they've got their chest out and they stand tall it's a venerable police organization that needed some help the legislature it's been incredible supported over the last five years governor Ducey and I know people think I'm just pandering but I'm leaving and I'm not he is the best governor that we've ever had in my lifetime here in Arizona over the last fifty seven years and the the best boss you could ever work for he let you do your job I want to talk to you about this of the the change of command because your replacement has been announced a lieutenant colonel Heston Silbert will replace you this is such an interesting changes we were talking about it doesn't happen very often that the new director and the former director is closely related it you know cook good work mates but also a real changing of the guard so that's me interesting it is and I'm real excited for him to have the opportunity you know he has the harder of the two jobs and and a lot of ways the deputy has to drive the change has to drive the vision from the director so he has to really hammer things through and I get to be more of the handshake and the politician on things it but the gift I guess that we have together is we have complementary skill sets and for the last two new year's we've worked near shoulder to shoulder and really the last ten he's been my number two so I'm glad that the governor has a confidence in him to let him continue out this moment in time or for the next three years we can to stay moving forward in the same direction and there's not some big up people and change when he retired from Phoenix PD to come over to mesa one of the people given the talk at his retirement she's you know has been always has room for someone else in his life always has room to help somebody and that's the guys mentality is he's always there if you need a moment you know someone who is always available I'll tell you from personal perspective I've been around many people that I respect as much as I respect you as a law enforcement officer what you've done is a leader what you've taught taught me is being a friend in Arizona as much as but we should be happy for you in the next chapter we are losing a great leader in the state and I don't think you can be thanks enough for what you've done and your service in the way you've done it and from my perspective we owe you a great credit to other data gratitude thanks Mike and and I value our friendship and I love being in Arizona and you know I'm a kid who graduated from Central High School and here I am and I don't know exactly what's completely next but we'll see what happens in twenty twenty two and if you like to hear more of that and anything else you might have missed earlier today be sure.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Morning that colonel Frank Milstead will retire on April third after six years of being director of DPS Milstead served with the Phoenix and mesa police department for three decades before serving as director of DPS the governor has named lieutenant colonel Heston Silbert as Milstead replacement Arizona congressman Paul Gosar in top staff members have put themselves under quarantine at home after Gosar says he had contact with someone with corona virus at the annual conservative political action conference Gosar says it's out of an abundance of caution to protect others who may be especially vulnerable probably less than a five percent chance that will actually show up that we actually get the disease but you never know Texas senator Ted Cruz is also taking a similar step after meeting with the same coronavirus patient I'm Greg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk this report is sponsored by Taco Bell from the casino del sol the soul of Tucson traffic center Cray Croft at Glenn we have a crash Broadway communis Seiko another oracle and Roger watch for rack and reader road west of Houghton another crash no problems on the freeways we do have construction I nineteen cellphone between horn Irvington that might slow you down the right lane is closed I lose Jordan K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety make meal time easy and delicious with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese they're made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes and already in the microwave in six minutes try Bob insights from your grocery store it'll be love at first bite from the adventure.

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"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"colonel heston silbert" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"ABC news I'm Brian Clark today's Wall Street selloff saw trading halted for fifteen minutes shortly after the opening bell part of it was caused by economic uncertainty surrounding corona virus but it was also involving an oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia ABC's Rebecca Jarvis is that could have a big impact in the United States six point seven million Americans work for energy companies those energy companies have a huge amount of debt and with that debt coming due to this is a bad time for them it's also if you look at the market right now the market has now washed out its gains for the year down about ten percent year to date state of Florida is now asking anyone who's traveled internationally to self quarantine for fourteen days upon their return because of coronavirus fears the first individual state take that approach as for the White House response president trump insists there are no mixed messages coming from his administration on covert nineteen but today on Twitter he continued to downplay the spread of the virus noting that quote nothing is shut down life in the economy go on that ignores the schools and businesses in parts of the country that are temporarily closed and a deep dive on Wall Street this morning but on fox news his HHS secretary Alex a czar had a different message this is a very serious health problems nobody is trying to minimize that it is a very serious public health threat to the people of the United States Karen Travers ABC news the White House a cruise ship with more than twenty five hundred people on board including twenty one confirmed cases will dock today in Oakland there are a hundred forty two confirmed cases in New York the most in any state governor Andrew Cuomo warns this hysteria that you see this fear that you see the panic that you see is unwarranted we have dealt with worse viruses into American service members were killed Sunday four others hurt in Iraq the US led coalition says the deaths occurred during an anti ISIS mission you're listening to ABC news there is only KTA are on air ninety two three FM online A. T. T. A. R. dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic it's general to why Bob McCrae here's our top story Arizona congressman Paul Gosar's self quarantining after recently coming into contact with someone who's tested positive for coke did nineteen Gosar tells Katie ours mark Broomhead show that happened over a week ago and he's not yet experienced any symptoms although his doctor is monitoring him we're being on our ninth day yesterday was probably less than five percent but you know what a bucket we're finding out more more about this virus Texas senator Ted Cruz says he's also staying home to learn more about co bid nineteen did Arizona head KTAR dot com slash corona virus after six years leading DPS colonel Frank Milstead is retiring in his first interview since the announcement colonel Frank Milstead tells the Mike Broomhead show I talked to the governor's office for the last six or eight weeks about what my intentions were but I did a video this morning to let people know in that apartment here for me and and tell him thanks and he's proud of what they've accomplished in the last five years one item being yeah we had a fifty six hundred case backlog when we got here in the in a you had to wait three years today that backlog is gone it's ninety days it's real time the governor's office confirms Milstead replacement will be lieutenant colonel Heston Silbert alley that Nur KTAR news valley economist says the American economy is strong right now even though the stock market is taking over corona virus concerns and the oil price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia KTA ours Jim cross is live at the new center only a Pollock says if there is a recession won't be because of weakness in the economy jobless rate lowest in fifty years consumer confidence was high please he says will be because of significant supply chain disruptions and fear this is a recession that would be caused by lack of supply and by people simply getting so panicked should say they hold on to everything the whole on the money don't go out of the new center Jim cross KTAR news time now for a check on traffic here's Monica reed live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center yes a new freeway problems and they're on I. seventeen southbound near Thomas is an accident they just moved it out of the two left lanes to get it all up right so things are starting to pick up speed again there but in the meantime we also have an accident northbound seventeen as you approach Thomas and a vehicle at the Thomas road exit partially blocking the left lane then whatever vehicle fire at a hundred eleventh Avenue and Hatcher an accident clearing.

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