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08:10 min | 1 year ago

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"Jeff Mon on Arizona's news Station. K T A R NEWS, Mike Broom head SHOW on K T A R News. 92 3 FM and the K T A R news after Hey, thanks So much for being with me this morning. Of course. All eyes are on Georgia's still we're watching. What's happening there this late this morning, 11 O'clock Arizona time will begin the count to the Electoral College. Arizona expected to be challenging around 10 after 11 will carry that live here. But a lot still happening here in the state of Arizona, the state Legislature and what is happening within the state. So one of our representatives, Jon Kavanaugh, from Fountain Hills, asked for an opinion from the attorney general's office. Mark Burner Bitch about rescinding the governor's executive order on covert 19 from back in March of 2020. So representative Cavanaugh is joining us now. Ah, why asking about rescinding what would be the point of Resending the executive order if you're able to do it? Well, it's actually a very complex question, because the people who wrote this finally when it was written, really left a lot of loopholes and unanswered questions. So I mean the first question that I I'm we're going to be addressing this issue. Obviously. So the first question I asked the attorney general is, uh was basically is it all or nothing doesn't legislate to have to vote to totally eliminate the governor's measures or Can the Legislature moderate or reduce them? The second question is, if we eliminated them will reduce them. Could the governor turn around the next day and re issue them? But the Lord is silent on that. Uh, the other big issue that we're talking about is what about local governments? Ah, lot of people want to get rid of the governor's Coben measures because they think that they're they're you know too much. But unanswered question is if the governor if we terminate the governor's emergency powers will that unleash every county and municipality to impose their own emergency powers because it looks like What's controlling the local governments and counties now are the governor's emergency orders. Which state that because the law says that that no local government can have a Lord inconsistent with the governors. Governor. Ducey has not imposed overly oppressive measures. Certainly compared to other states. I mean, what pretty much open for business, so the concern that I have is if we were to have the votes to terminate the emergency powers. With that suddenly unleash Phoenix, Tucson, Flagstaff two to put in totally draconian measures that some of their elected people have been talking about. So trying to get the answers when, when you look at that, and let's start with those three cities. The problem with that is, I'm sure you know is that if Phoenix would implement so it's kind of draconian measures. Shut down restaurants again. That would benefit Scottsdale in Glendale in Peoria and the neighboring cities Chandler because you would just go across city lines and be able to still do those things, which would severely hurt businesses in Phoenix and not too much good, But are you looking for? Let's say the rescinding of this. Are you looking for the Legislature to have a seat at the table when these decisions are made? Are you? What? What would be the goal of doing this? Yeah, well, I'm on a special committee that's looking into this and I'm not going to address this because we probably need some modification. One of the problems is that the Lord allows both chambers of the Legislature to terminate the orders. By majority vote, But that only works when we're in session, because if we're out of session, it takes the signatures of two thirds of the members in both chambers. To go back into session unless the governor calls us so if people want to restrict or eliminate the governor's orders, you know the governor's not gonna call us in. So that means when we're not in session, even though majority in both chambers and the emergency orders, it takes two thirds of the members to sign on to go in to do that, so it's really a two thirds at that needs to be corrected. On. A lot of people want to see an automatic review of the governor's orders after 30 60 90 days where we automatically come back in and have tea. Oh, you know, approve of them or or modify them or let them continue, But that's one proposal. Yeah, we all understand that Executive order processes necessary when things need to be expedited, But I think you're right that the ability for the Legislature away in and not give so much power to the executive branch is the right thing to do. And if I were the governor with everything that's going on with covert, I wouldn't want to go with this alone anymore. Either. I would want the input of the Legislature grab. Absolutely. And by the way, it's not about this governor because anything we other than you know, going back and ending the orders. Any modifications that we make to the law for the future. We would probably be for a different governor. Because thank God these thieves, pandemic type things only occur, you know, decades apart. Um, What have you had Any conversation, your committee and a conversation with the governor's office about the order? No, no, no. I mean, well, I mean, I was thinking back. I mean, I have I have spoken on numerous occasions with the governor's office. Legislative liaison. You know, you know, passing on you. No complaints. Suggestions? You know, I'm the last one I called about had to do with Why aren't we getting additional vaccines to take into account that we've got a whole lot of people from? You know snowbirds from Minnesota and Wisconsin and the Dakotas down here? I mean, they gave these vaccines out based on state population, But during this time period, we are greatly increased by these other state residents moving here, But we don't get extra, you know, and they were amenable to that. And I believe that they're talking to DC, about getting some extra Vaccines to take that into account. If you were to have you the way you would want it, what would you like to see? Eliminated or changed with the executive order from the governor? Well, I would decriminalize it first off. I mean, I don't. I think it's crazy to make it a crime for somebody like not to wear a mask or something like that. S so I think that's the really big thing I would like to, you know, I would not have any limits on on gatherings. As long as there's reasonable safety precautions taken on. I certainly would, you know on the governor doesn't like the governor has actually prohibit a lot of the stuff that people don't like that's happening in other states. One of the things that governor put in. One of his emergency orders is that no county or municipal government can put in measures stricter than hiss. So he's actually controlled a lot of really wild suggestions. Like you know, like curfews. We can't even leave your house, shutting down indoor dining I we just had a briefing from the joint from our joint legislative budget budget staff, non Protestant We're actually looking at a surplus of revenue because of good economic activity in Arizona somewhere in the area 1.5 to $2 billion, and that's because We didn't shut down like other states did so, you know, Overall, I'd like to see things loosened a bit electricity decriminalization, But I think people have to realize that the governor has kept a lot of stuff open. You know, there was some shaky starts The gym's I thought, God, you know, short changed movie theaters, but you know, overall, I'm not that upset. What's happening? I'd like to see some trimming, but not not that much. I don't want to eliminate completely. Because that could be a problem. Well, I always appreciate your willingness to come on and look forward as session goes on his things move forward. I'd love to see where this goes and have you come on again. Okay, I'll be more than happy to, you know? All right, thanks. That is a that is represented John Kavanagh from Fountain Hills with a little bit of a clarification what they're looking for and saying that there's a lot of loopholes and it exist in the existing laws and the way they are. He's looking for clarification, if not for this governor, but for things in the future to clarify what the governor can do what the Legislature is able to do in response. And then how things play out. What does that trigger? So it Zach Chua Li a little bit more than just about Cove it, but that's a representative Jon Kavanaugh. Joining us for a few moments talking about the distribution of the vaccine, and that's what he had just alluded to..

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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06:16 min | 1 year ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"So Republican lawmaker John Kavanagh from Fountain Hills, submitted an opinion request of the attorney general's office, speaking with Mark Byrne of its office and asking them About the emergency declaration for covert 19 issued in March last March. The Legislature has the power to repeal a gubernatorial emergency declaration with the majority vote, but you know in each has to do it in each of the houses the house in the Senate on Bacon do this without the governor's signature. So Cavanaugh's seat mate in the house is Michelle. You gently Rita, and they're both hoping to do this. What the Republicans wanted was a seat at the table and a say in what was gonna happen. Can they rescind this order? Can the governor just an act a new order? If they rescind this one? Would it just be that revolving door of orders? What can be done now? The Republicans hold a slight majority in both the House and the Senate. But they couldn't afford to lose one Republican vote Could they get ever Republican onboard with rescinding these emergency orders? In spite of the numbers that we're looking at in the numbers are very high, with the highest per capita in the world in cases of covert 19. We have been able to maintain hospital bed space to some degree. That's the big thing that most people Are concerned about her overwhelming the medical system. Um, I just spent some time in Valley Wise Hospital, which is the county hospital. It's a great It's a great teaching hospital of the people. There were spectacular and they were doing an excellent job and I wish I wish they had more time to talk to me. About what they're facing with covert 19. I hear it from across the board. I have people in the medical profession that reach out to me to tell me how horrible it is, and it's it's devastating and it's It's just a dire situation. I have other medical professionals that air Justus credentialed that reach out and say We're managing this. We can continue to manage this. And we've got to continue to move forward. My biggest problem with what we've done so far is we have been very myopic and too broad brush. We have used a hammer. Are you? I should say we've used a chainsaw instead of a scalpel. At times the chainsaw approach, I think was necessary at the beginning the fear of the unknown completely understandable. As I said, before, I haven't always agreed With the decision that the governor has made, But I've not second guessed the decisions. You're not in that chair. I didn't agree with shutting Jim's down the second time around. There was no evidence there that the gym's were the problem. There still isn't you know, and it's fine. There's no way anybody that's just got a rational mind thinks that it's more dangerous than a gym than it is in a grocery store. But what people do have in their minds is what we need grocery stores. You don't need to go to the gym. That's not your decision. That's a business that people build for all through a lifetime of work, and there are people out there that see their physical fitness is a matter of fact. I'll go even further and say if you want to be politically incorrect but accurate, one of the biggest, if not the number one co morbidity that attributes to very severe illness and death with covert 19 is obesity. So if people out there really want to do something for themselves to save lives with covert 19 Maybe it's time people started getting a handle on their weight. Now that's politically incorrect to say that body shaming that's everything else. Are we dealing with a pandemic or we dealing with politically correct pandemics? So before you before you start casting stones. There was no evidence that the gym's were contributing to any of the danger with covert 19. It wasn't seen as a necessity, so they shut it down. It was unfair to the people in the fitness industry. I still think it's immensely unfair to the people in the fitness industry, and they should have been able to stay open grocery stores have more dangerous. People walking up and down the aisles. Nobody filed follows that one way I'll nonsense. No one does. And no one cares. People are wearing masks. They are staying further away from each other. But the grocery store is the place where you pick items up off the shelf and then put them back. The grocery store. The poor person of the cash register has to touch every one of your items that you've been touching the whole time You were there. They touch him. The person that bag your groceries touches them. They pick up the bags. They put them in your car, and then you picked him up and take them home. Mask sanitized plastic over the keypad on the A T M machine it still it still is a place where the spread of covert 19 happens, but grocery stores are necessary. So it depends on what you deem necessary. Now I'm someone that likes to go out to restaurants. When I go to a restaurant. I generally sit at the bar because I'm by myself, and it's more of a social atmosphere. I go to places that are distanced. I wear a mask because people asked me to, and I go to places that I deem safe. But to me that someone that someplace I like to go There are others that think restaurant should be closed. Well, just because we think something should be closed doesn't mean it should be closed. And in this case, I think the Legislature has a big leg to stand on. If you are elected to represent your district, whether you're at one of the senators, or you are one of the House of Representatives members, you're representing a district in our state legislature. And when an important decision like shutting down businesses Or limiting capacity or limiting their ability to work. I understand an executive order. When something like that happens, the executive order processes in place so something could be done quickly. But at some point why wouldn't you convene the Legislature and say We want input from everyone? We want input from the state. I'm anxious to see if we get to this. If we get to a point where the Legislature overturns this and the governor confers. Legislature's gonna be going in session. You know, they're gonna be in session, so that would be easy to do..

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Dude, I think it was more than just a congressman Biggs questioning a do si Lord Ducey on his vaccine of policy here. I think that there's a little bit of, you know, they're kind of miffed over the fact that Congressman Biggs is leading this this this fight and trying to de certify the election here in Arizona. So you got a two for it is not a coincidence that we're talking about Cove it and that we're talking about a stolen election. They both go together. And you've had our leadership just sail through certifying things When the president's trying to call him he just punking the president. You got Steve Choukri going ahead to sort of find things. And then you get this arrest that happened or the loser of the arrest of the FBI raid, you know, in fountain hills and all of a sudden the next day here we have to Christine, You know what we are looking to these machines. So, just so the weekend, you know, make the people be confident in the elections, Something's going gone and again, all we could do is be patient. Be patient. But I'm here to tell you that things are brewing and things are going to start falling out. And I think even that's part of the reason why we're seeing so much covert porn covert madness going on over the last couple of days. Shut everything down because they got to keep you off the streets they can't have. They can't have you rally And like what happened in Georgia over the weekend. Was that not impressive? My goodness. You think the trump spirits dead? That was evidence? It's definitely not tens of thousands of people at our rally for a president who supposedly lost election Cancel everything Go juicy Harris by the can't get that. And he won. Yes, exactly. And he never will be able to get it. James T. Harris Appreciate the time is always he'll be back tomorrow morning at 6 A.m. for you with the conservative circus writer and 5 50 caff. Why sit? You're smart device. Get an alarm. Wake up here. James T. Harris. The first thing you wake up nothing better than that. James C So beautiful. So beautiful. So beautiful indeed. Thanks again. James T in a moment. Who is Mark Kelly? Our new senator in the state of Arizona. What is he gonna stand for? We got a glimpse of it. We'll tell you about that in just a moment. Here on Russell and Hunter Rob riding solo each 5 50 k f Y I I got a collision on the tennis pounded Bullard Avenue. This crashes off left DPS and tow truck on the scene, and they're slow traffic between Bullard and Avondale Boulevard. 10 westbound is slow between the many stack and seventh Avenue and up ahead and slow again between 43rd Avenue and 75th Avenue. Watch for a collision off right loop on a one westbound right near 51st Avenue. Crash on the Loop two of two westbound on 52nd Street. This one's at the off ramp. I might car on 5 50 k f Y I This report is sponsored by summit. Male Medical Traffic's not getting any better. Neither will your erectile dysfunction or low testosterone symptoms without the help from Summit male medical We guarantee to help or we won't charge. Loredo 398 1000 or go to summit. Male medical dot com. Rock.

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08:14 min | 1 year ago

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"Being here. It's the Mike room head show. As you just heard Found Hills High school covert 19 issues closing for two weeks Because people have come in direct contact with someone who is positive. I'm going to read this. This is the statement from Fountain Hills High School. Good morning Falcon families. We want to inform you that would be closing the high school for the next 14 days to DeKoven related issues on campus due to the number of students who have been in direct contact with a person who has tested positive. We feel this decision is in the best interest of our students. All students was quarantined for 14 days. All extra curricular activities are also canceled for the next 14 days. Remote instruction will begin tomorrow. Additional information regarding this matter. Will be sent out shortly. So that was a statement put out from Fountain Hills High school Now we don't know this is This is one person that tested positive in an abundance of caution. They're shutting down for 14 days. They've got fast testing available again. The schools have to do what they think is right. I just think that this this any one person test positive were shut. The whole thing down is the wrong approach. There are the way we're supposed to do this the way that we're supposed to be trying to move forward. When you look at the numbers, I'm going to read something to you that I got from a nurse that was listening this morning. And She would. So we were just talking about this last night when I was on shift. It's great that we're talking about this here and this is this is the statement she said to me, we were almost empty and I see you Then when the spike happened, we had a few more cases come in, but what I am seeing is we're bringing them into the I C u when they're less critical so we can get ahead of the disease process. And treat them sooner. Ofcourse, they're still very sick. We're using a lot of resource is on one patient, but definitely fewer cases. I believe our entire system was down to about 40 cases total off covert positive patients, which was upwards of 150 to 200. When we're in the middle of the pandemic search, our treatments are getting better. We're able to understand the disease process better now than we did back in the summer. We are worried as the flu season is going to hit, but we're hopeful to be able to handle it in a way better without overwhelming the system. So they're not seeing the number of cases being hospitalized or in the I C u as they did during the summer months in June and July, when we saw the spike The the data and when the data went the other way, the data went the other way, and I was very frank and very honest about that. I'm not giving numbers to support any kind of an agenda. I don't have an agenda. Other than we're better now with this disease than we were six months ago five months ago three months ago, and the statistics are showing it. The number of deaths. This is interesting. We had 14 deaths recorded overnight. All 14 deaths were people over the age of 65. All of them. So what's that? What are these things telling us? The hospitalizations. Overwhelmingly, the most new hospitalizations were coming of people over the age of 65. They're the lowest number of people getting it. The number of people over the age of 65 that have gotten covert 19 is 27 a half 1027 481. The highest is the 22 44 age group, which is over 115,000. When you do the math on deaths. If you are under the age of 55, your chances of dying from covert 19 are almost zero. Your chances of being hospitalized are very, very low. This is affecting older people the worst and instead of adjusting our treatments instead of adjusting our restrictions instead of adjusting how we handle this based on the data We still have this terrified approach to covert 19 Go and look for yourself. The Arizona the D. H s dashboard. If you just look that up, you can look at the numbers every single day. We are seeing an increase in cases. There's no doubt about that. And I don't want to see increased hospitalizations. I don't want to see people getting very, very sick. I don't want to see people die. I don't want to overwhelm our health care system. I want to be smart. And we have been told where masks where mass wear masks and everybody's wearing masks. Well, if you're wearing masks, and people are still getting it are the masks helping Obviously, they've been helping if the numbers dropped were wearing so that people that are ignoring the protocol now is that what's happening that Mohr and more people are not distancing or they're not wearing their masts or what's the answer? Because so far we don't have any other information. We get numbers thrown at us. And there doesn't seem to be a follow up or what? You know what those numbers mean. The number of new cases you're looking at the younger people are getting in an overwhelmingly higher numbers overwhelmingly higher numbers. It's not even close. 22 44 age group is over 115,000. There's nothing even close to that. The next highest one is people 45 to 54 years old and that's a 36,000. When it's not even close. And so when we look at these numbers Are we doing? What's realistic. The schools now have a new standard, and it's easier now. But the schools are independent. The district's Khun do whatever they want these air recommendations from the from the State Department of Health Services. There are three metrics that they're looking at three benchmarks. It is percentage of positives. It is cases per 100,000. All of these things are are factored into. How they handle cove in 19. So they factor in when you shut down when you go to just virtual learning when the recommendations are before, if one of the three went into the substantial spread For two weeks. The recommendation was at that school closed down Now it is, If all three benchmarks go into the substantial spread, then they're recommending that they that they shut down. So it seems as if the restrictions are recommendations are less strict. But when you look at the numbers, young people are not getting very sick from this and young people are not dying. There have been of all of those cases, nine deaths. Nine deaths in Arizona people under the age of 20. The only reason why I am so adamant about this is at some point we have to look at the economic recovery. This nation. And We've got to save livelihood with the same passion. We save lives, the same communication, the same dedication, the same focus the same unity. We can be smart and we can open I want you to think of what is gonna happen to the economy in Arizona. I want you to think about just personally what you think you're going to see in Arizona happen moving forward over the next few months. What happens if this winter tourist season is as dismal as they're predicting it will be if the resort business in Arizona is as dismal as they're predicting it might be. And then you move into spring training, and there is no spring training. What do you think's gonna happen to the hospitality? The tourism industry in Arizona if that happens I want you to think of the businesses that will no longer exist. Spring of next year. And we have to, just like we had to think about death since in the predictions of loss of life, What about the loss of livelihood Tze? When does that become a priority? We can do both. We've proven we can keep people out of the hospital. We can stop people from dying and keep those hospitalizations low..

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03:05 min | 1 year ago

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"A different role and responsibility, even if that isn't here, But my expectation is that on Monday, every single one of our staff members that we have doing online is here Monday. Dr Chad Wilson joins us Seize the superintendent, the East Valley Institute of Technology. Are all of your campus is going to be open on day one. So we have to central campuses, which the one on Main Street and Mesa and the other off power Road and Mesa and both of those are going to be open. We have to satellite campuses, one of Fountain Hills and one in Apache Junction, and we're following those district protocols because even though we have satellite campuses, they're they're actually housed in the buildings of of those districts. And so we're opting to follow the protocols in the schedule that those districts are following with our programs on Camp on those campuses are you going to make they're going to be more tests available for for a staff and for students to just to monitor if there's an uptick or if there is growth of our covert 19 on campus, so that's our hope. I mean, you know that we We have talked to a number of different partners about being able to have rapid testing and being able to do that in an efficient and effective way so that we can have both students and staff tested more rapidly. Unfortunately, that's not a reality not only for But across the system, But that is part of our protocols. As we move down this road that we have the ability to test our students and test our faculty sooner rather than later when the parties that were working with are in a position to do that. So you're going to be open on Monday. The 17th which I appreciate the time is always both times you've been with us. When I toured the campus. I said you could be a test model this I believe you are going to be the example the positive example of how this can be done, and I appreciate you doing it. Well, I really, Mike. I appreciate you taking the time Tio have us come on and talk about what we're doing. Not only because I think sometimes current technical education has a misunderstanding, So I just appreciate that. But I also think that it's important that whether people agree or disagree with the decision that we're making that we at least have the opportunity to explain the rationale behind it. And you have given us two different platforms to do that. So I appreciate that very much. I can't Good luck is I'm looking forward to talking you once you're open, Okay. Thanks, Mike. I appreciate it or that sad Wilson. He is the superintendent even and I told you a few weeks. Toward the campus. They talked about the ability to open and then they had internally said they wanted open. The official meeting happened where people are able to vent their concerns voiced their concerns on both sides of this. In the end, they voted open, so the campus is in the East Valley are going to open the satellite campuses will be opening as the district. Those districts allow. But this is going to be an opportunity for them to show everyone how it can be done the right way, and hopefully it's going to be looked at with a critical eye, but with an open mind as well that if they're able to pull this off other district were able to start safely opening with the example that they set. I'm pretty sure they will. If you can hear. He's very passionate about what he does, and they do such a great job at it. Even I wish all of you could have seen what I was able to see their uneven The best of the MIC broom and show Our News, 92 3 FM. This's J Foreigner CEO of Quicken loans, and we want to help your house feel more.

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

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"Know they're I'm sure there is and You know, her name is Marissa Hamilton. And she's going to be fantastic because she doesn't believe in that. The owner of Euro Pizza Cafe cited April for allegedly disobeying govern deuces, Covert 19 executive orders that closed the restaurant during a dining areas. We'll just going to be in court later this month. He's going to learn whether a judge plans to dismiss the charge. You will remember Lord Lucy when he heard that some restaurants maybe defying his degrees, said this This is an order that is enforceable. By law. Ah, violation is $2500 fine and up to six months in jail, and for those that own an establishment. And our publicly going to flood the order. You are playing with your liquor license. Oh, don't do that Innocence. A ring of the conservative circuses. Terry Joe, never cheesy reporter for the Arizona Daily, Independent and a Terry Joe. You've been covering the arrest of Arizona's as a result of the governor's stay at home executive order. I understand recently, there was some pretty shocking findings related to that order and that the owner of the Euro It's that may have standing I made this maybe is made. This arrest may have been a legal action. Can you tell us what you found out? Good morning, James. Well, the attorneys for Morita Cry, Uh, who's the Fountain Hills business owner who's been sighted They believe that they have found Not even a loophole. I mean, it's a great big cavern tow walk right through the statutes that Governor Juicy, you know, thatyou quoted him on their calls for the Class one misdemeanor for anybody who knowingly fails. Um or refuses to follow quote a lawful order. But then the very next sentence of that statute says that it does not apply to a private organization. Cool moms, and unfortunately, the state emergency management laws don't define what a private organization is. And so under court rules longstanding court rules in Arizona. Basically, what the judge needs to do is pull out a dictionary at the next hearing and figure out what the plain meaning of private organization is. And there are attorneys all over the state. Who thinks that miss Cry A is going to walk out of court with her criminal charges dismissed. I mean, you have other attorneys. Ah, ah should say representing the owner are saying that if private organization could equal private business Then what was this whole thing about in the first place? Well, that's the interesting part because you know James, there's 10,000 restaurants in Arizona. They were all subject to Governor Ju CES. Order that they could. They've had to close their dining areas, but in 2.5 months We've only saw one restaurant owner decided. So that raises the question. We all know there were many restaurants that either outright Refused to comply. Or try to skirt the meaning or in the intense of the order. And yet only one in Arizona got cited. And now a game of commercial chicken brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. Oh, hi. Um Okay? Yes. We should talk about something kind of have to be put on the spot. Not sure what to say. But I know what I'm definitely not talking about. Sister Progressive could say big. Okay, you win. We can't help but safe customers Money progressive casualty insurance company in a 1,000,000,000. Ladies.

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06:01 min | 2 years ago

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"Herb store in mesa nature's finest health foods in mesa and fountain hills sprouts farmers markets throughout the valley of the sun and whole foods Dr here is products and their probiotics this is Katie a our news our Dr Bob margin KTAR news ninety three FM all right let's go you know some of the email volumes are coming to my website here's one dear doctor Bob love your show and need help with I have an aching jaw my jaw is aching what do I do and and really you know it's it's a multi factorial issue with job problems first when you have a job problem you should really see a dentist because they are the experts of the oral cavity including the jaw when you have TMJ pain or temperament to be their joint pain it could be something wrong inside the mouth it could be some a collaboration problem with your teeth could be something with the jaw itself they are the experts in the area but interestingly enough when you have a job problem it can be bio mechanical in meaning that it can be properly treated if you let's say you you chew on one side excessively and throw your Giada ballots are you bite down on something hard on that side like nuts or something or a piece of hard candy or something that can also throw the equilibration the job out of balance any doctor of chiropractic who has been trained in either activator methods or applied kinesiology can actually handle many of these job props I used to work with a dentist in even in these job problems especially the more complicated ones sometimes they will require these inner in her mouth bracing the tools or the orthopedic devices the splints that go in there they have to be if you take a mold of the mouth boulder the T. thing you have to put that splint in so that they don't Brock's or bite or stress that jaw at night especially when it usually is happening that along with properly adjusting the judge joined with this little activator activator methods tool just a fantastic way to rebalance or certain procedures done applied kinesiology Klay works very well but there's something else if you run into and I have run into this if it's not by a mechanical it's not a dental problem it's not structural it can also aid job problem can be an indication that there's a possibly more serious problem like Lyme disease Lyme disease is one of the most difficult diseases related diagnose and treat but I'm here to tell you that that's one of the possible symptoms behind this spirochete infection Lyme disease can it can actually be one of those things where the patient presents having jaw pain it is nothing do their job per se you sent to the dentist you check it out by a mechanically from the chiropractic perspective nothing there and then you do some testing this PCR testing to find out they have Lyme disease and once you trade it's dropping goes away but for those who have found themselves in this case is person a writing in to my website in the email a section you might want to look at something called Teazle route T. E. A. S. E. L. Teazle routed to botanical treatment for Lyme disease and also the latest information out about Lyme disease is using none other than a sweetener called stevia and the Stevie is used a lot but what I I didn't know until I saw the study recently how stevia is now used as a therapeutic tool to treat Lyme disease Lyme disease is very complicated and sometimes it requires I I think a lot of times it should require a medical assistance I know they do a great job over at sunridge medical center doing a lot of height does a slow drip intravenous work and helping to kill the infection and bring the immune system back around they're very aware of these things that I just mentioned but they take it up again are much further step ahead so if that's something that you have you know you've been diagnosed with Lyme disease you're looking for the experts on it well look to none other than the good doctors over at sunridge Medical Center they do a fantastic job at that and they will know exactly what I just told you about because we've discussed it right let's once again remind you that people living in Asian countries where they're consuming good amounts of sea vegetables are living on average forty six years longer than the average American but more importantly the research reveals sea vegetables consumers enjoy a disability free life with greater energy less joint stiffness and pain their skin is beautiful their hair their nails they have lower rates of heart problems brain problems even immune system issues and you ask the question why is that what does it have to do it is if their astrological sign is where they live no it's what they're doing in their lifestyles what they're eating it's what they're consuming or not consuming C. vegetables have a greater range of nutrients compared to land.

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Three in fountain hills weather brought to you by Howard Air it's five oh two governor Doug Ducey appears to be reversing his position on red flag laws that temporarily would take guns away from some people K. T. A. ours Griselda the Tino joins us live news center with more on that last August governor Doug Ducey told KTAR what a stop or would do or red flag would give the opportunity for law enforcement to intervene when someone was showing every sign of causing harm to themselves or others but in a video obtained by ABC mer and all his army and governor there will be no ran flying law in the state of or something a spokesman for do see tells me the governor has not changed his position and that the two are different he says unlike red flag loss a stop order which do see supports protects second amendment rights and includes due process live in the newscenter Griselda city no KTA awnings a former way mo employee is under arrest for allegedly intentionally causing a crash that injured one person inside the self driving car to be police detective Greg bacon says Raymond Tang was seen on video intentionally driving his vehicle in front of a way my car and then suddenly breaking causing the car to rear ended there are open investigation other jurisdictions of similar nature this is definitely not the first one had looks like these have been occurring since as early as late October and some of other jurisdictions according to court documents way now what's tangs former employer but he was fired he's now facing aggravated assault criminal damage and reckless driving charges three Fenix heroes were honored today after they died in the line of duty last year today was the twenty unix employee memorial Phoenix fire chief here called runner remembering her two firefighters that passed from occupational cancer Richter AS and Brian back junior of young men both of them in the prime of their lives Phoenix police chief Gerry Williams remembering the twenty three year veteran of her department officer Paul Rutherford he disregarded his own safety ran towards the danger to assist his partner and to protect the public tragically as he attempted to cross the street in route to the call Paul was struck and killed their names were added to the.

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"North you're going to be seeing some hail yeah I tell ya I'm headed east are excuse me headed westbound digging that turned the on to one oh one north bound I see this really great rainbow and sure enough it's right on top of casino Arizona so I guess that's what the goal there Donald I'm gonna double bacon double down you know I love it all Hey there there actually is some some snow just kinda northeast of fountain hills that you're talking about Jean twenty miles and it's more out towards like you know four peaks but there is snow that set really darn close to the valley right now I mean we knew distort sort it did actually no not that well looks like some of the sale right we knew the storm system was going to be bad yeah overruled look for the few days I don't expect hail like this and there are choppers from the television stations that are going above areas in the valley and it does look like what did she say Minnesota yeah in may have your own art yeah right looks like Minnesota it it's it's crazy yeah it is at our love in this they're out playing in it it's terrific I love it too to me it's so much fun and and then when you if you get any actual snow which is not an out wrapping also build happen in money filing a story for CBS news on that you know as much to me markets with thousands of dollars no actually a couple hundred to give you like three dollars they said you know you don't work so cheap all right coming up next a five o'clock KTA our news.

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Can I call my hemorrhoid or something like that maybe I didn't I think he's a hemorrhoid letter complain of my boss my boss a laugh. but when I think of Bret Stephens I think of a hemorrhoid. not that I've ever had any you understand Clinton all right have a right that sort of. Hey Youngstown Ohio Sirius satellite how are you ****. thank you for taking my call my first time but I just wanted to say I just don't understand why we're not just calling out the damn the them democratic leaders and those who are adding fuel to the fire they hate America trump is their fall guy their scapegoat but the bottom line is they hate America. and we need to do is call out for well let me say this. Faye and I am the one who pointed out that if you want to fundamentally transform America must not love America because you don't need to fundamentally transform someone or something that you love all these proposals being made all the talk about America being racist all the talk about America being that you know our capitalist system is destructive to this group and that group went on and on and on yes they hate America and you're right it's about time everybody says that I say it their policies are an American their attacks on the constitution and the declaration look at the damn near Times. America started was founded in slavery no one's. no wasn't. take our lead from The New York Times that hires anti Semites and then writes these articles afterwards pretends they don't exist while attacking conservatives who pointed out they should be cheering conservatives who pointed out. meanwhile they defend Omar and Tom leave and when the present United States rightly condemns them he's attacked as an anti semite and races we're not putting up with this crap anymore which is not doing it. well thank you thank you for your call my friend. sure if doctor Lee is listening can you imagine rich. nine doing this from a distance but I believe. he's a danger to society and. somebody should red flag him white flag and all kinds of flags on him anyway let's keep going. hi let's see Eric fountain hills Arizona on the mark live an app go. hi mark thanks for coming out to the Reagan library I hope you get going on the next book I miss you already thanks buddy we come out there every time I love John hi bush and his operation there its magnificence yeah third straight time for the live in family reunion reunion I appreciate it what is so interesting so she doesn't diagnose trump from afar but so conveniently refers to the ecology which means all these humans that she has diagnosed remote far as being absolutely of sound mind sound judgment.

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:37 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"But something else it has a lot of people talking about here in something that affects almost every single person that drives around the valley is distracted driving texting while driving. Whatever you want to classify it as and in the state of it's still illegal, really. Yeah. Exactly, you're going to have to work right through different cities municipalities. But overall as a state were of one of only three seats in this country that don't have a law, and is that going to change? Well, it looked like there was a ton of momentum. And I'm not kind of giving up hope quite yet. But there seems to be a bit of a slowdown down at the capital. It was earlier this year where we had a Salt River officer officer Townsend who was struck and killed on the loop one zero one by distracted driver that kind of gave more momentum to there being some sort of distracted driving law in our state. Now are lawmakers have tried this time and time again, and they kind of well they have fallen short. Would this be the time it gets through? Well, it made it through the Senate and Allison to the house and the house wants to make some changes to it. Now, the session is coming to a close here soon. And will they have the opportunity to actually pass a distracted driving law in the state of Arizona. Here's what it seems. As though they are being hung up on. All right is there is a sticking. There seemed to be a couple of sticking points. I think some are probably more goal than others the one that seems to be the biggest is the author of this Bill. Senate Republican keep Brophy McGee wants it to be a primary offense meaning officers. See you holding a device in your car as you're driving. They can pull you over no questions asked. They notice you playing with your phone. You are in violation. There are what she refers to non myself, but she refers to as vocal minority in the house that wanted to be amended from a primary offense to a secondary offense. Meaning you can only be ticketed. If you're doing something else wrong like you're speeding or maybe not staying in your lane because you're playing with your phone. They write you a failure to drive what staying in. Underlain might be or speeding or unsafe lane change and a distracted driving thing. Now. The state Senator says she's not up for any amendments on this. She standing firm on it to be a primary offense. Okay. Is that going to an essence kill it in the house as of right now there appears to be a bit of an impasse. And it's a similar impasse. Why this Bill hasn't our bills? Like it have not passed in the in the in the past. You would think, and I think a lot of people believed that the death of officer Townsend the Salt River police officer who was struck and killed while inside the road attending to another vehicle by distracted driver. I think the reason it got new momentum was will now people see how serious this is. Now, we've lost an officer in the line of duty doing that. We'll be able to get through the legislature. No, you won't still not enough. I don't know if it's not enough. I'm not quite going that far. Forget if the session ends, and they don't sign this Bill, which the house speaker rusty Bowers believes it will get a vote before the end of the session later the spring. We'll see if that actually happens, but you see that there are some sticking points the primary versus secondary offense. It also seems as though they want to to see different in rules when it comes from urban areas versus rural areas would say that word rule. I can't think what would be different in distracted driving in a rural area over a city. I don't know. I don't know. Like the argument if you're out in the middle. Okay. So you're out between. Ship rock. And God knows where you're up in northern Arizona. I've only say that because I've driven a shipwreck go. This is this isn't the end of the earth. But I swear it from here and you're driving along one of these highways or byways where you don't see another car what twenty minutes half hour at a time. Are they arguing that you should be able to play on your phone? 'cause a lot of other cars around is that the argument you destroyed yourself off the side of the road and do some some national lampoon vacation ramp, you're wagon Queen family trucks stir off into the same. I'm for the state law in one of the reasons why I'm for it is because I commute every single day from Gilbert to north Phoenix. I see what happens and it is dangerous. I think we can all agree that it's dangerous. And when you have two dozen, Amazon, cities and counties that already have some sort of restriction on cell phones. Whether it is an all out ban on hand held devices like Tempe in you know, institute is just a couple of weeks ago or whether you're in Phoenix. Fountain hills or flagstaff that bans texting only. Do you know that do you really know the differences in laws and what you're breaking what you're not? When you go from one county drive across three intersection in the jurisdiction in little laminated card in your car and drive in what law library. If look your phone to tell you what city. Yeah. Here's my issue with it. So I'm gonna I'm gonna be the one that pushes back a little bit. And this has been my he'll die on various plenty of research out there. I have read a chapter and verse that.

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Two to three feet in eastern made. This is Fox News. Zona homegrown terrorist. I'm Greg Paul as T news. We've been staying on top of this story learning how an officer involved shooting on January. Seventh led to terrorism charges filed this week Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone says after eighteen year old Ishmael who med was shot by a deputy in fountain hills, investigators discovered some alarming things in his background our investigators with our partners at the FBI and the task force that investigates these types of crimes were able to determine that the individual effort, some timeframe in the process of what we would describe as radicalizing endzone says a meat through rocks and came forward at the deputy with a knife. The FBI says immed- was not known to the agency prior to this incident and call him a lone wolf homegrown terrorist immigration hearings in Tucson have been put on hold due to the partial government shutdown with the shutdown in its twenty eight day court hearings have been limited to cases involving people currently detained many lawyers. Judges and staff are. Reload. According to track immigration, a website that monitors immigration cases. Almost one thousand hearings have been cancelled in Zona attorneys representing defendants say the postponed hearings could be a violation of due process rights, and it's something that affects us all because we all need a new report looks at whether food safety has improved since new rules for past several years ago. Aaron Cain of Arizona per guage conducted the study says at first glance the numbers are alarming. Eighty-three percent increase in meat and poultry recalls that can cause serious health problems and annually one in six Americans will be struck ill with foodborne illness. He says better detection may be partly to blame. But there's still a lot that can be done including limiting possible sources of contamination such as water sprayed on produce and penalizing companies continue to sell food after a we call that's dawn Nici reporting. I'm Greg Paul Cayenne is t- AM seven ninety Tucson's. Most stimulating.

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR news now KTAR news time. It's ten. Oh, two. I'm Taylor interrupt. Here's what we're working on. Governor Doug Ducey and Cindy McCain are urging Arizonans to open their eyes when it comes to human trafficking. Senator John McCain's widow wants assumed a lot of these kids were possibly brought in from overseas or brought in from just Mexico mcnutt true. Their domestic kids became says zones. Must look for warning signs of human trafficking malnourishment, physical abuse. An unexplained absences from school governor Ducey says fighting trafficking involves fighting drugs. Oftentimes, people are brought into this service for the bad guys through the use of drugs through the scourge of addiction McCain and do see say thirty one thousand Arizonans have trained with state agencies to spot and report trafficking. Peterson more KTAR news Phoenix police are still investigating after a baby girl was found dead last night an Amazon warehouse. The baby girl was found inside the women's restroom. Phoenix police sergeant Vince Lewis says they don't know much information. But that the baby was carried to full-term we have since located mother we have spoken with her she's cooperating at this time. So that investigation is still ongoing the warehouses here in the valley near fifty first avenue and lower Buckeye road. A homegrown terrorists. That's how MCS is explaining the eighteen year old man who is now facing terrorism charges after an officer involved shooting in fountain hills last week Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone says eighteen year old Ishmail Hamad asked to speak to an officer at the fountain hill substation near Palisades, and so Naro boulevards and his statements that is that day was to further the actions of his ideology, and as our belief that his intent was to harm that deputy in an effort to promote terror. Penzone says it's likely his deputy would have been killed if he had not if Ahmad had not been stopped. He. Not on the terror watch list prior to his his work with MCAS El now for a check on traffic US, sixty westbound in Tempe will be narrowed down starting tonight into five AM tomorrow. For traffic control changes while crews are working the US sixty westbound HOV ramp. The I ten westbound will also be closed row. Work reminder for you. Br business I nineteen at grant avenue and no Gallus. We'll have fifteen minutes things between six AM noon on Sunday for overhead worth utility work. KTAR weather for the valley. It's fifty nine degrees and mostly cloudy right here in surprise. For most of the night with a low of forty nine weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair, call Howard air. I'm Taylor Kenner up on Arizona's news station. KTAR news..

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"But now, it's Jim Sharpe. From Arizona's morning news in his sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser eye center, a terrorist here in the valley. Well, wouldn't be the first time in nine eleven hijacker did some flight training here. And the guys who shot up that Muhammad drawing contest and California here in the valley and receive weapons and training from another valley resident, but this latest accused valley terrorist sounds nuts. Eighteen year old Ismael Hamad is accused of calling nine one one from outside the sheriff's office in fountain hills, and then attacking the sergeant who came out to chat with him Hamad was shot, but survived and a good thing because the feds had a prize waiting for. In addition to his local charges Hamad is facing terrorism charges the feds claim he engaged an act of terrorism the day before he was shot, and he's provided advice assistance direction or management ISIS. Really this guy. Let's review. What happened shall we? Hamad calls nine one one from outside the sheriff substation and ask for deputy. When the sergeant goes to see him homage starts throwing rocks at him. Then he literally brings a knife to a gunfight, which is I guess better than bringing rocks to a gun fight. This dude sounds more like an idiot that a terrorist. But former CIA senior officer Dan Hoffman told me this morning. Don't underestimate him or overlook how he got this way. Yes. This guy didn't really show lot of forethought and wasn't very sophisticated. But what he was doing. The takeaway is that here's somebody who was radicalized and it can happen in cyberspace. And that's the challenge again for state and local law enforcement. Yeah. That's not good. All right. So I may still point and laugh at this knucklehead, but do so while remembering the dumb and dangerous can still be a lethal combination..

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Happening right now Maricopa County sheriff's office and the FBI or updating us on a suspect arrested on suspicion of terrorism. KTAR's Ashley flood has the details. Live from the newsroom. Yeah. Becky MCI. So is calling the eighteen year old a homegrown terrorists. Ishmail Hamad was involved in an officer involved shooting last week in fountain hills miracle the county sheriff Paul Penzone says Hamad called nine one one and requested to speak to a police officer at the substation near Palisades, and so Naro boulevards were somewhat cryptic regarding his need. But he was very very adamant about the fact that he wanted to meet with the deputy in person, and he made some statements during that call indicate affiliation with a tear ideology. Penzone says Hamad was not on the FBI's radar statements. That is intent that day was to further the actions of his ideology, and as our belief that his intent was to harm that deputy in an effort to promote terror. Hamad is facing two counts of terrorism live in the news center. Ashley flood KTAR. News governor Ducey and Cindy McCain are urging Arizonans to open their eyes about human trafficking. Senator John McCain's widow wants assumed a lot of these kids were possibly brought in from overseas or brought in from just Mexico or something not true. They're domestic kids became says zones. Must look for warning signs of human trafficking like nourishment, physical abuse an unexplained absences from school governor Ducey says fighting trafficking involves fighting drugs. Oftentimes, these young people are brought into this service for the bad guys through the use of drugs through the scourge of addiction McCain and do see say thirty one thousand Arizonans have trained with state agencies to spot and report trafficking. Peterson more KTAR news Chandler police say the suspect who was involved in an officer involved shooting with an eight dot officer. This morning has now been arrested and taken to the hospital. This happened early this morning at an apartment complex near. Alma school road in Chandler boulevard. The suspect attempted to drive off and in the process tempted to run over one of the eight officers Chandler police sergeant Daniel Mahia says that officer was hit by the vehicle while it was fleeing the scene, but none of the officers were hurt house intelligence committee chairman Adam Schiff says President Trump's decision to reveal house speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip to Brussels, and if ghanistan is quote, completely and utterly irresponsible in every way shift won't comment on whether the trip is still on Trump announced this afternoon. He was denying Pelosi and aircraft to visit troops abroad and reassure NATO. Allies Pelosi suggested a day earlier that the president.

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Officer shoots, kills boy who had fake gun

Mac and Gaydos

08:05 min | 3 years ago

Officer shoots, kills boy who had fake gun

"Guns you do react differently. You shouldn't. But the training is all about that's a threat. Now, there's also other factors involved in this one. It was so that the factors were overwhelming in terms of why the officer shot, there are factors. Will you get there? You happen to see a situation. She's a boy with a gun at the same level. Not that read where you need to. Engage. You know, you're going to be doing the commands and so forth. And then you wait to see what potential threat there is. So every situation different without doubt. But you're trained a lethal weapons lethal weapon. If is a threat the story, we're talking about fourteen have been shot by valley police officers so far in two thousand nineteen the one in Tempe, a fourteen year old fleeing the scene of a felony is Darren said. That's burglarizing a car. He had looked like a real gun, but it was a model air soft gun. Brandon Tatum for a Tucson police officers. Six years, are you guys trained to notice the difference between a fake gun and a real gun? Yeah. We we're trying to notice the difference. But it's impossible to try to apply that in every situation, especially when it says dynamic is chasing somebody, you know, we could you can do your best. And even nowadays man when I was on the swat team, we saw criminals painting the real guns orange on the tip two calls a police officer hesitate for a second. So they can have the upper hand. So there it goes into consideration at training to a certain degree. But at the end of the day, you gotta treat it all like a real gun because you just don't know having. And I think that what would it would it shows me is that their kid you wouldn't world. What reason fourteen year old why is carrying a gun. Anyway. Unless he's gonna try to use it against somebody as it being fake and somebody perceiving it to be real did either of you guys ever have to confront a child or a teenager with a gun. I was very fortunate. I have never had that situation. Brandon's. Thank god. Have you ever had to do that? I've never confronted a teenager with a gun, and I'm so you said fake gun. Correct. No either. I've had situations where I've. You mentioned earlier that with a gun, and maybe you hesitate a second or two, and again, you know, whatever the situation displays too, but yeah, human factors do kick in. And unfortunately, as it may be you may hesitate, right? Brandon tatum. Former Tucson police officers six years Darren Birch retired Phoenix police sergeant thirty years police experience twenty eight with Phoenix PD, gentlemen. Thank you. My pleasure. Having me wonderful show. All right. Thanks, man. So very tough spot. It's four incidents this year in twenty nineteen eighteen year old wounded in fountain hills in one thousand nine year old killed in Phoenix seventeen year old wounded in Peoria to be very fair. We haven't gone through those stories on the air to tell you. Right. What we really concentrated on was the Tempe. Police officer who shot and killed a fourteen year old boy who is fleeing the scene he was trying to burglarize a car, right? Yeah. It's a very tough situation. There's no question about it. And no one wants to see a fourteen year old killed and no one wants to see an officer have to live with that. But no one wants to see an officer killed absolutely not. They hesitated not blaming the officer. I mean, if a kid is burglarizing a car, you don't know how old the kid is first of light and the gun gun looks really gotta assume it's real you're running away. You're you're brandishing that fake weapon. Right. You know? You've got the cops got to go home. Cops gotta go home. All right coming up next. Fiber parties, five hardy, fiber partying or the newest kid birthday trend is it genius or rude next. Afternoon with matching data agr us ninety three. Mac and Gaydos, get deserving valley teachers paid when you help KTAR news paid tribute to a teacher text teacher to four one one nine hundred eighty three and nominated outstanding teacher raises the bar for education in Arizona. Mac and Gaydos, will take one of the teachers that you nominate each month for a one thousand dollars. Held

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's eleven oh to I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. The mother of a baby that was found dead in an Amazon facility last night has been found. Phoenix police sergeant Vince Lewis says officers don't know a lot of details, but they're still trying to find out more than appeared that the baby was full term. But as far as the conditions at the time the baby entered the into the world that hopefully the medical examiner give us those those answers the baby was found in the women's restroom of the Amazon facility near fifty first avenue and lower Buckeye road. The latest now in the hacienda healthcare investigation, the parents of a woman in vegetative state who gave birth last month are hopeful an independent review of the facility will lead to a change. In a statement attorney John Michaels says the woman's family expects the review of management practices and procedures to be transparent and prevent further patient abuse. Hacienda healthcare is hired. Former Maricopa County attorney Rick Romley. To lead the investigation an eighteen year old man who's accused of assaulting of Eric county. Sheriff's sergeant is now also charged with terrorism is my Hamad of fountain hills allegedly threatened the sergeant with the night before being shot and wounded earlier this month. He's now facing two counts of terrorism are retired a CIA chief Dan Hoffman gave Arizona's morning news one alleged theory as to why Hamad was possibly radicalized in cyberspace. And that's the challenge again for state and local law enforcement, and if there's a nexus to overseas, then of course, our intelligence community, including my old agencies CIA would become involved cord records state that Hamad allegedly provided advice assistance direction or management to ISIS. Young athletes. We have a new place to seek treatment with clinics based in Phoenix. And Gilbert Phoenix children's hospital is now offering eras. I sports physical therapy clinics designed specifically for young athletes, therapists are hired with the intent that they will be working primarily with kids at parents know, that when they come here the social environment is going to be appropriate managing physical therapist with PCH Matt Freiberga explained some of their treatments cupping as you've seen in the past Olympics. We've got can you see a taping dry needling have an anti gravity treadmill that enables us to take body weight off, but still walk and run in a normal fashion. Ali vetnar, KTAR news..

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"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"fountain hills" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That means there's enough political will to make it happen. And that it's the right thing to do right? Chelsea governor Doug Ducey in his state of the state address had a suggestion that he believes will keep kids safe at school were including enough dollars to put a cap on every campus that needs one that sounds like common sense to most people so much. So that sheriff Paul Penzone. Who's a democratic agrees with our Republican governor tells MAC and Gaydos. Yeah, let's get cops on campus having law enforcement officials on campus who have a limited responsibility solely for safety. So. Yeah, I absolutely support him keeping kids safe at schools, not only a no brainer. But this is a done deal. Right. Oh, not so fast. They're a radical members of sheriff Penzone party, the Democrats who absolutely don't want to see cops on campus. What how can you be against the safety of our children my children? They'll try to come up with any idea other than police officers being at school. Why? Well, some of the reasons that these radical Democrats don't want cops on campus include something called the school to prison pipeline it conspiracy theory that suggests the government wants to move kids straight into private prisons. That one more than a little cuckoo for cocoa puffs. But the truth is there are plenty of people some of them educators, even who are so anti gun. They don't want cops on campus. Cops will keep teachers save two or they're so concerned that kids who are in the US illegally will feel uncomfortable or that officers will turn them into ice. And I think that's why sheriff Penzone says there needs to be limits on what cops on campus, so therefore safety if we could just keep it at that. Can't we just say Saint on this issue as well? Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning and every weekday morning at five for Arizona's morning news here on KTAR news. It is five eleven and repeating our top stories this afternoon. According to court documents obtained by KTAR an eighteen year old involved in a shooting with MCS deputies last week. In fountain hills is now facing terrorism charges Ishmail Hamad is accused of providing assistance or advice to ISIS and new details in yesterday's officer involved shooting in Tempe. Police say the suspect shot and killed was the fourteen year old boy the gun recovered from the scene. Also was later determined to be a replica air, soft gun Georgia. Authorities have arrested a man they say was planning to attack the White House and FBI agents affidavit says twenty one year old hasher Jalal to have of Cumming Georgia was arrested in a sting today after he traded his car for weapons, and they say that he planned to die in the attack. The affidavit says local law enforcement contacted the FBI back in March after getting a tip from a member of the community. The tipster said to have had become radicalized changed its name. And plan to travel abroad next Wednesday. The Phoenix city council set to vote on the renovation deal for talking stick resort arena. Phoenix city council member Laura Pastore says of a deal isn't reached they'll probably look for tenant. We still have to bring it up to scale and modernize it. So that concerts like the Rolling Stones Taylor swift. Looks at us and comes to our city downtown Passover says she wants thirteen million dollars from local businesses around the arena to go toward public safety infrastructure.

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West Side Cleveland Public Power customers currently experiencing massive outage

Doug Hopkins Flippin' Real Estate Show

00:28 sec | 4 years ago

West Side Cleveland Public Power customers currently experiencing massive outage

"A big power outage in the west valley unfortunately our substation out there was struck by lightning last night our crews are working just as quickly as they can to. Create a temporary fix so that we can make sure that those. Customers have, power that Suzanne Trevino. With APS three thousand customers are without power some twenty seven. Hundred APS customers are in the Australian mountain area APS says. A, fix is

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CVS pharmacist denies hormone prescription to transgender woman

Mac and Gaydos

02:28 min | 4 years ago

CVS pharmacist denies hormone prescription to transgender woman

"All right Gaydos has the day off today like banks is filling in. Coming up. After one of the worst press conferences in presidential? History Donald Trump. Has decided to invite Russian President, Vladimir Putin to the White House makes. Sense, why would the. Why would the president do this makes no sense. We'll talk to. Recline ABC news political director coming up after. Three o'clock well it's happened again there's, another of I I? Don't even want. To call a pharmacy incident incident, or controversy it would I don't understand. And, I worked in. Pharmacy as attack Why I know how pharmacists are I know? How pharmacies, work I, don't understand? Why. People just are such jerks about certain things. So, what do you mean already in the jerk here the customer the. Pharmacist the. Pharmacist okay you've got a transgender woman in fountain hills She's say. She is speaking out. Saying that a CVS pharmacist denied her hormone prescription wouldn't say why but just said. He wasn't going to fill it. And then was also not. Going to give her back her heart script the physical paper the. Script pad that the doctor has this wasn't electronics script? This was, an actual, heart scrip? That. The woman handed the person behind the counter Now we know. That Arizona is one. Of six states that allows a pharmacist to because of either religious or moral beliefs Maybe they don't wanna feel birth control maybe they don't want to fill the morning after pill maybe they I think there was one. Particular case a couple of weeks ago or a week. Ago where Someone was going through unfortunately I a miscarriage and she had a certain type, of medication that would. Assist her in the miscarriage. And one pharmacist based on religious principles said I'm not, feeling that I don't believe, in that, now that, involved a Walgreens Olov is involved, CDS again I and I've. Known pharmacists I've known you know particularly some who are very religious some have very strong convictions But, they they're not the only ones there on this is what I don't understand what. Was interesting too is with the Walgreens a few weeks ago I believe they told that woman you'll have to go to another..

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CVS apologizes to transgender woman for prescription denial

Dave Ramsey

00:58 sec | 4 years ago

CVS apologizes to transgender woman for prescription denial

"Another pharmacy in the valley is under scrutiny over refusing to fill the prescription. This time, it involves a transgender woman KTAR's Martha. Our joins us live to explain Hilda hall says this last spring. She went straight from her doctor to a CVS pharmacy in fountain hills, hoping to fill prescriptions for hormone therapy in a blog post published by the American Civil Liberties. Union hall writes, the pharmacists refused to fill them and questioned why she even had them. The pharmacist allegedly kept the script forcing her doctor to send a new prescription to another pharmacy where it was filled without a problem on Twitter. This morning, CBS pharmacy apologized to haul for her experience and says, the pharmacist is no longer working there. Hall has filed complaints with the air is on a state board of pharmacy and last month, the Walgreens pharmacist refused to fill a woman's abortion medicine, saying it, violated her ethical believes live in the news center. I'm Martha our KTAR news at twelve o one with traffic every six minutes. Live.

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