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"griselda" Discussed on The Relaxed Dog
"Funding. This show i am your host robert over and i hope that you and your dog. I well my guest this week. Is gra zelda beck. And she's gonna be telling us all about bellamy but i in some doggy news. We go to the united states and texas. The state of texas has changing. The laws are from next year. You will not longa be able to leave your dog chained up what i mean by that. Is that the dogs will have to have a caller that needs to be made out of materials specifically designed to be placed around the nick of dog. The length of the chain or tie needs to be at least five times the length of the dog. They'll also need to have some sort of shelter to keep them out of the rain. Whatever else Well don texas. And i've a to thailand in putra casa. A five month old dog wandered away from his home and well quite himself lost. Couldn't get back into home but what he did find was his veterinary clinic. This saw Some footage in posted of the dog appearing outside the clinic putting his paws up on the front door embarking to get leading the staff. Then let the dog in a recognized the dog and cold the dogs guardians and they have now been reunited Would like to ask if you know anyone that appreciates listening to awesome stories about awesome dogs. And if you do could you tell them about the podcast. That would be fantastic and on that note. This week's welcome to the relaxed dog. Podcast i'm here with brazil. Beck how are you. I'm great thank you for having me here over absolutely more. I pledge up so whereabouts in the world. I i live in the united states. I am in san diego california. Very nice end up who is gonna be subject for today my little daughter. Her name is bellamy. Bellamy is beautiful young lady so as usual guide to ask you to attack a spec in time to just before you met bellamy and talk to us about the wise in the house that that happened. I was actually Trying to get pregnant we had gone on our seventh try and It was really difficult on me. And i was having a child on my own right so i asked an exploit if he would he would be the donor and It wasn't working and so we decided that we would. We take a break from from the tries and this i was just in tears because it just taking the pregnancy test missiles like the seventh month right didn't work out in my mom's heart is broke for me and when she came back for mexico that day she said i have something for you and there was this little for ball that fit her whole entire body in the palm of my hand. Choose four weeks old. Wow that's very young very young and she just. She sat here for the first few weeks of her life on my chest just buried in this where she stayed so even to this day. She likes to sit up here. But nash takes consist across my shoulders. But yes and guess what. Today's later a retook. The test and i was pregnant well. I ended up having a miscarriage but another week week. And a half after that. And this little one Came to me very sick. What was wrong with her. She smelled really bad so cute but she smelled really really bad and She was very weak. Couldn't e or issues. She's very young. So i took her to. We were in the vet probably in and out of the animal hospital every other day for the first three weeks of her life and this last week Like the third week that i had her. They told me she's not going to make it through the night Because i bring her in and she just crash on the counter she couldn't even hold herself up mid In so this last night was less time than i took her in there. Like she's not gonna make tonight. And i was like nobody's here at night. You just gonna walk into a dog in the morning and they're like well. I don't want her to be alone. If she's gonna pass so i took her home against their advice and i remembered that when i when i would raise for the marathons when our energy was dropping i would take these gills. Went to the two from hospital stopped by the pharmacy. I found some gels. Didn't have caffeine in them. And that night. I would rub her gums with the gel every time. I always feel her start to droop. It broke her She she was hybrid very hypoglycemic and couldn't retain fluids. And so. That's what i did. And she survived the knife in the warmth of my chest right here and She made it. She made it through the night. And that was the strongest she had ever been that next morning and Kid i actually thought she was a boy. I'd never had a dog and her body was so small. That part was so sick. I thought it was a boy in the vet said you know it's a girl right so her first name was princeton couple of weeks. Anyway i know every time i take her to the vet. They still have both names in her church so she was on formula to bottle feed her. And all the things They said that it's my mom. Had rescued her that day she would have made it another twenty four hours so essentially she became the child that i yearn for and i saved her life. So that's how we saved each other At eight weeks old cigna eight weeks old to switch to the stage to formula which has a higher protein content in that first night. She she still love her little formula eight at all and she went crazy. I thought she had rabies. She went blind. She kept bumping into things in walking over her food. And into things and She was hurting herself so put her back in her kennel for her own safety and she just went wild in the kennel in hung from the top teeth from the top.
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Help out Katia ours. Griselda is Latino joins us live with the details. Maculan Starting today, the value of the sun y M C A is teaming up with the right share company Uber to provide free rights took over 19 vaccine appointments for seniors in America, but county Marianne McCann is among the first to benefit She turned to the Y M. C a after she tried to transportation services, but they couldn't help. Maybe because neither one of those companies will drive through and had to be a drive through. And so I had no way to turn. She was able to get vaccinated at Phoenix Municipal Stadium last week. If you need a ride to York over 19 vaccine appointment, contact your local Y M C a to set that up. Reporting live. I'm Griselda City. No, Katya are news and at 50 to the crash list is picking up a little bit. Let's check it out with detour Dan in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic Center. Thank you. Thank you, Lynn. And there's one in particular days, giving us maybe more grief than any of the others, too. It's a wreck on the I 17 north about 17. Near Bethany Home Road. This is a crash blocking the farthest right lane. It's doing some damage. We're all the way up now to a 36 minute ride from the split north on up to Peoria, the majority of which is just trying to get past this crash at Bethany Home Road. Once you do, it looks like the free weights and much, much better shape, but the crotchless really finished pretty good here on the surface streets. 27th Avenue north of Indian School of Crash, 51st Avenue and Bell Road, 59th Avenue and Osborn, Iraq and also railroad west of McClintock. A crash reckon declaring stages South out water one Pema Freeway at McDowell. That wreck was off right. This traffic report brought to you by Smokey's garage door with over 800 reviews in a 4.8 star rating on Google family owned and operated. Smokey's Garage Door is the most trusted name and fast garage door repair.
Arizona reports 7,316 COVID-19 cases, 169 more deaths on Saturday
"7360 new coronavirus cases 169 new deaths Today in Arizona. More than 20,000 new diagnostic tests were reported as well. Hospital metrics appeared to least be trending down a little bit as the state's largest hospital network says that's a positive step. Banner help hospitals will partially resume elective surgeries starting Monday. The surgeries that will go forward will be those that Do not require more than a one day stay. Do not require ICU care and those surgeries that our outpatient on Lee Banner helps. Dr. Marjorie Vessel says. This comes after the number of covert 19 patients at their hospitals peaked on January 15th. We have seen a slight decline since that time, but her hospitalizations are still 700% higher than what they were in November. 1 Griselda City No, Katya, your News
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Coronavirus in Arizona. It's been another dark day for the coronavirus in Arizona. The death toll past 12,000 after 229 new deaths were reported this morning, and Arizona has surpassed 700,000 total cases. After 8999 Excuse me, 8099 new cases were reported today. But there are signs of cases may be beginning to plateau. Chief medical officer at Valley Wise Health Dr Michael White says they're coded 19 patient load has decreased over the past week. We are down this morning to just 103 covert positive patients. Just last Friday, they saw 133 covert 19 patients suspect we may see us plateau here or some time in a longer glide pat down to the numbers that we were seeing in the fall, and the state's largest hospital network is slowly trying to get back to normal, and her health hospitals will partially resume elective surgery starting Monday. The surgeries that will go forward will be those that do not require more than a one day stay. Do not require ice. You care and the Surgeries that air outpatient on Lee Banner helds, Dr Marjorie Vessel says This comes after the number of covert 19 patients at their hospitals peaked on January 15th. We have seen a slight decline since that time, but her hospitalizations are still 700% higher than what they were in November. 1 Griselda CITY No Katya or news, Arizona Medical marijuana dispensaries Get the green light today to sell recreational e a long time coming for Arizona. That means recreational pot can now be bought a dispensaries across The state. The Health Department approved more than 85 licenses today. Steve White with the dispensary, harvest, health and Recreation, and Scott still says, already conducted sales. We do have people that are starting to line up, but we are prepared to process people very, very quickly, so the hope is that we can appropriately and effectively control the lines..
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Griselda is Latino joins us live with more Yeah. Becky Lynne Banner. Health Hospitals are seeing hundreds of kids with the coroner virus this month. They're projecting they'll have nearly 400 up from about 80 in October. Between October and this month. We've seen a 5 to 6 fold increase in the hospitalizations, and it's sort of reflects what's happening in the community. Under helps Dr David Morrow. Masato says just s covert 19 numbers statewide have been rising. So has the number of kids hospitalized And he says, although kids are not as susceptible to severe illness as adults, some are still ending up in the ICU with life threatening disease reporting live on Griselda City. No, Katie our news There were 5400 new coronavirus cases. And negative one new deaths reported today. The State Health Department says this comes from a duplication and data more than 14,500. New diagnostic tests were reported overnight. 19 related hospital metrics are trending down for the first time in months, Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs still believes there should be an investigation into the election process in the state. Biggs appeared on the Mic Broom head show stating that the state gave several additional days for people to register to vote. Then they went ahead and gave 10 additional days, which is many is 73,000 people able to register to vote and participate in our election. That in and of itself is a violation of Article two bigs wants an audience. Check. Arizona's election integrity should be noted, though, that several state lawmakers want to have Biggs investigated for continuing to deny that Joe Biden won.
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Griselda is Latino kicks off our expanded live team coverage and tells us when you can get vaccinated if you fall into this age group Yeah, Becky Lynn's starting 9 A.m. Tuesday Arizona and 65 older will be able to get registered to get their cover 19 vaccine at either State Farm Stadium or the Phoenix Municipal Stadium. That's because they're now part of Phase one B for vaccinations. Keep in mind. Not every county is in phase one be in Arizona, and given the limited resource is not every county may be able to prioritize the same way that the state is, state health director Dr Cara Crist tells the MIC broom head show. You don't have to live in America. But county to get a covert 19 vaccine at either of these stadiums Reporting live on Griselda City. No, Katya our news. But if you're between the ages of 65 74 Maricopa County Public Health does not have a corona virus vaccine for you, Katie ours, Peter, say more joins us live to explain. Becky, the county, not the state on Lee has enough shots for the highest priority groups, which does include those school and child care workers, Law enforcement and those who are 75 older medical director Rebecca Sonnenschein says the county would need 800,000 more doses for ages 65 to 74. But the one thing we don't know is when those increased allocations will come. So we are preparing and getting ready so that when they arrive, we can get them out as quickly as we can. Bottom line If you're over 65 register at Phoenix Municipal or state farm stadiums, the state of Arizona is running those sites reporting live, Peter same or Katie. Our news. Thank you, Peter and Griselda, and we'll have more coronavirus in Arizona coverage in just moments and coming up in less than 15 minutes. We're going to take you live to President elect Joe Biden. Will be unveiling his vaccine and economic relief plans. Right here on K T A R. But right now coming up on 503, Let's check on your ride home with detour down in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. Thank you. Thank you Land. The crash list seems to be slimming down a little bit. Anyway, We still have a couple of Rex cooking, though for one of those is right near the downtown Still in the transition Rapid, the mini stag South found 51 ramp to the east bound to 02 Red Mountain Freeway. The left lane is blocked in that wreck in that ramp again that shop on 51 transition ramp. To the east bound to O to Redmond Freeway. Left lane blocked. Stay right to get by it. We've also got a wreck. Now the South found 101 Price Freeway at southern Farthest Right. Exit lane is blocked on this so lean to your left in order to avoid it. Couple of surface Street. Rex is start claret to Seventh Avenue, south of Camelback, A crash and also 91st Avenue at Indian School of Collision. This traffic report is brought to you by sand Chevrolet. Start 2021 with a big fat zero at Send Chevrolet. Get 0%. A P R financing for 72. Months on 2021 Silverado Coop Crabs find new robes at San Chevrolet dot com..
"griselda" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Into the world's cocaine capital. First He has to deal with this upstart Griselda. Lago realizes if she's to defend her vast cocaine empire against serious competition, she needs to ramp up her violent tactics in a show of force. On the streets of Midian Blanco develops what becomes her signature method of assassination. A motorcycle drive by shooting. Selden Escobar locked in a battle for the streets of Midian. The same time. A relationship with Alberto Bravo starts too sour for six years they've made an invincible team. Now there are rumors he's been skimming profits. And conducting a clandestine affair. They used to be joined at the hip. Now the power couple of the drug trafficking world are estranged. It seems pretty irreconcilable. I may have fallen out of love. Their business interests are still entwined. So Griselda flies to Bogota to sort this all out once and for all. Touchdown in Colombia's capital city. A convoy of limousines speed through the streets carrying the godmother and her bodyguards. People of outside a nightclub. Tires currents to a hole in the ground. Zelda and her crew get out. A limo's engines still idle ing A backdoor to the club opens..
Pence arrives in Arizona as state hits new virus records
"Just moments ago, Vice President Mike Pence landed at Sky Harbor Airport is gristle to city No, was there on the tarmac and has the details. About his visit to Arizona. On the ground here. Vice President Mike Pence came out wearing a face mask Governor Dr C. Also wearing a face mask greeted him with an elbow bump. I'm told Pence will meet with Juicy and Arizona Department of Health Services director, Dr Kick Dr Cara Crist. They'll meet to discuss our state's efforts to combat the Corona virus. The vice president's visit today comes as we are reporting single day records. A new co. 19 cases and deaths in Arizona. Both pence and juicy will speak to reporters. And at about 12 30 we'll carry that live here on Jr at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. I'm Griselda sateen. Okay, Ta are
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Live on Griselda city no KTAR news Dr gathered in Scott still city hall earlier today say mask mandates are a violation of personal freedom city councilman guy Phillips promoted the event on Facebook earlier this week and then addressed the crowd would stand tall be responsible we don't need the government to telescope it is real we know it is but the government giving out tickets is going to help education I think education not subjugate Phillips says he will happily wear a mask without being forced to and calls for an end to the mask mandate in Scottsdale we have an update now on the Gila fire burning in north Phoenix fire crews have contained fifty percent of the nearly nine hundred acres evacuations have been lifted for those who are pushed out of their home since yesterday afternoon the human caused fires under investigation but it started near the carefree highway twenty Seventh Avenue Arizona folks president trump in Phoenix resident trump may have filled up his rally in Phoenix yesterday but valley political consultant Emily Ryan with copper state consulting doesn't think he did a lot to help his reelection chances the president continues to miss an opportunity to step up and be presidential and offer information that we can use to navigate codes and more successfully to inspire that pulled together patriotism that we all sell after nine eleven Ryan thinks the president needs to do more in response to the Kobe nineteen pandemic in order to attract Arizona's independent and undecided voters G. A. R. traffic alerts with that usually means the closure let's check it out with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you Becky landed in the that's it it's the U. S. sixty Grand Avenue your outbound and inbound lanes are closed at Bethany home road for a very serious crash there I'm seeing a pretty good back up on camel back trying to use that as a detour you might want to try Indian school or maybe if you're north of the event maybe try Glendale there instead in order to avoid it but right now no estimated time of reopening on that crash either now we've got a wreck in the north valley east bound wanna one approaching state route fifty one two right lanes are blocked and we're already seeing delays on this at a couple of minutes but it is on the eastbound side east bound to to santan freeway Williams field exit ramp two left lanes are blocked from a crash there as well this traffic report brought to you by novocure back and sciatic leg pain can be debilitating it's time to call the valley sciatic experts at novocure for eight oh eight five five sixty six eighty six or in O. V. O. C. U. R. dot com deterred and get your news it'll be mostly clear to partly cloudy tonight with valley lows only dropping into the upper seventies to low eighties by the morning then were heating up to one eleven on Thursday under mostly sunny.
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I do not believe this decision opens that up live in the new center Griselda city no KTAR news well the virus in Arizona several valley cities plan to require people to wear masks in public and that includes mesa mayor John Giles tells Arizona's morning news the main goal of this is to slow the spread of the virus so they don't have to slow the return to normal in Mason fifty days from not work we hope to be sending our kids to school but if this trend continues we just can't do that and that we will get back to church wanna get back to supporting our businesses Giles says they're working with neighboring cities and towns to come up with a policy that's consistent with each other to avoid any confusion about a little good news for Arizona's economy the state's unemployment rate dropped by four and a half points last month to eight point nine percent April's unemployment rate was thirteen point four percent many businesses reopened or expanded their operations after governor Ducey lifted the stay at home orders and other restrictions in mid may well let's see how traffic moving with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you ever seen a little volume on I. ten westbound get started as you make your way from sixteenth street through the deck park tunnel but all in all not so bad on the freeways service roads a couple of issues though forty Third Avenue in Glendale crash their collision almost school road and to queen creek actually just north of finch Smith Anke road near highway three forty seven America opa and find a crash there too this report sponsored 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 and get a quote I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news affecting the high today to hit a hundred three degrees seventy four overnight and then one hundred two tomorrow ninety nine Chandler whether brought you by Howard air with the replace the repair called Howard Air and Jackie Lynn on Arizona's news station KTAR news it shows a man wearing Klan hood for a face covering him any credit for covering up the space now I have the guy shopping list you wanna hear yeah white eight oh.
"griselda" 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.
Arizona - New Bills Presented To Combat Vaping
"Several bills meant to curb vaping among Arizona teens are stalled in the state legislature one of those bills is by senator heather Carter it would classify vaping products as tobacco the bill did not make it out of the Senate Carter blames it on lobbying efforts by the tobacco industry it's very disappointing when tobacco is able to have a chokehold on the Arizona legislature another bill also stalled is by senator Martin Quezada it would bar vaping companies from advertising near schools and parks technically these bills are dead at this point unless we are able to amend them under some other bill but the chances of that are pretty slim Griselda sit Tino
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"T. A. ours Griselda the Tino joins us live from Phoenix with more yeah Becky Shawn hall and is the associate deputy warden at the Louis prison and Buckeye and just moments ago he told reporters that investigators were at the Louis prison last night to look AT cell doors we had to sell the inmates said that they could you a their doors I asked them to show us ball sells the inmates were able to from inside the cell open their door without us using a key or S. using the control panel the controller he says for years he has been putting in work orders to have the doors fixed but nothing has been done he says inmates at the Louis prison should be transferred to another prison until all all locks are fixed live in Phoenix and Griselda city no KTA our news governor Doug Ducey speaking out now after DPS director Frank Milstead was caught speeding on I seventeen toward flagstaff he was pulled over for driving more than ninety miles an hour and weaving in and out of traffic Frank Milstead is just one of the good guys even good guys make mistakes he was speeding does he says he wants all members of his administration follow the law and that includes director mills said you can watch the body cam footage of the incident involving the director and KTAR dot com hundreds of millions of additional dollars being proposed toward enhancing Arizona's education by US secretary of education Betsy device she tells the bruising James and family you show that the education freedom scholarship helps expand school choice and Arizona the leader in this regard already but this would really augment their efforts in a major way to the tune of over a hundred and ten additional million dollars annually device says it's not costing the government anything it's a re designation of funds president from skin pigment enquiring Republican members of Arizona's congressional delegation are responding to Democrats decision to move forward with articles of impeachment against president trump congressman and a big says Democrats have not made it clear what they plan on charging him with congresswoman Debbie Lesko things this will come back to haunt the Democrats politically time for traffic.
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Ours Griselda the Tino joins us live from the news center with the details Peterson was suspended on October for one hundred twenty days without pay this after human smuggling charges were filed against him for an adoption scheme next Wednesday he'll get to go before the Maricopa County Board of supervisors to appeal the suspension this will be his opportunity to argue why we got it wrong before and our job as the board is to listen to that give him his due process deliberate and they come out with the decision board chairman Bill Gates says the hearing will last up to four hours and Peterson will be able to call witnesses live in the newscenter grizzled the city no K. T. A. R. news rescue crews are fighting some challenges and Tonto basin in their search for a six year old girl who's been missing since Friday one canine handler calls flash flood searches the hardest the debris and then that makes it difficult to maneuver the terrain marine Sherman with Coconino search and rescue needed a military truck to take her and Molly around the creek a football field in which two tops of ten foot debris piles the dog can get on top of the degree pilot Inspektor noted employed and get sense of human remains crews could only find willow Rawlings pants waters could have carried her miles away from where her brother and cousin both age five drowned Peter say more K. T. A. R. news and there's another storm that could today hampered the search efforts at Tonto basin for six year old well he likened the sheriff's lieutenant expects that creek to swell again the waters to rush the visibility to reduce and the ground to get slippery again Cruz already have been dealing with the downed trees in the thick piles of debris Phoenix police investigating an armed car robbery that happened this morning near cactus in cave creek road.
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Not safe Griselda city no KTA argues the Arizona department of public safety has identified the valley's latest wrong way driver forty year old Kevin David stop of Scottsdale was arrested by Salt River police after he allegedly drive south bound in northbound lanes on the loop one a one freeway for twelve miles early this morning he was stopped near Shea Boulevard no accidents reported stop is jailed on suspicion of aggravated do you why and endangerment a check on the traffic right now this afternoon tea to dance in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you bacula invoice really coming down as you've been reporting it some of the traffic is really feeling it as well as a result the I ten it's getting wet big time all lanes were blocked at a hundred Seventh Avenue the crash he's about that's all been moved off to the right however there's another crash just up ahead of this one at ninety First Avenue that wreck is blocking the right lane and off right we've also had a ramp reopened west bound to to read my own freeway to the west found ten the age of the ramp is re open from an earlier crash we unfortunately picked up in Iraq southbound three oh three at U. S. sixty at Grand Avenue seventy Fifth Avenue at Indian school you've got a crash to contend with and a twenty one minute ride eastbound I. ten seventeen split the Santander thirty eight minutes south of one oh one Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard down to the Santana and still working a closure lower Buckeye Litchfield road to override for flooding the traffic report brought to you by saying Chevrolet Sam Smith celebrate Black Friday all month long it's ensure right and save up to thirty percent off on.
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"As Griselda the Tino joins us live in the news center with the numbers we've added three hundred thousand new jobs since two thousand fifteen in Arizona that's governor Doug Ducey speaking last night at the desk tech AZ event in Scottsdale that brought together innovators and tech entrepreneurs it's fair to say that our economy is booming he says there are many factors driving this success light regulations low taxes and a welcoming business environment a state that embraces innovation he says the tech industry has also played a major role in bringing new jobs to represent not like the new center Griselda said Tino K. T. A. R. news and about eighteen percent of Arizona's sixty five thousand new jobs last month came from construction but that industry's job numbers are still twenty one thousand shy of the total before the Great Recession however that does not worry Arizona chamber CEO Glenn hammer even though that sector it might still be a bit hello where we worked during their deaths of the Great Recession it's pretty close to a record high emphasis Arizonans are just working other jobs although more construction workers are needed to provide more housing for the state's soaring population five a one so let's check on that drive and get your home get your weekend started here's Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center down to one question the seventeen south on now back you and it's pretty at Peoria right near the exit they're gonna be off on the right shoulder also ten east on fifty First Avenue so dealing with the crash with vehicles off left there and a collision off right on the two to read now he's found this when approaching the loop one a one price freeway I'm Larry Lewis KTAR news why is that over the weekend not too bad if you like today you're going to like the rest of the weekend just a degree or to warmer overnight sixty and then Saturday and Sunday right around eighty seven eighty eight my Monday right now in Phoenix it's eighty four weather brought to.
Jennifer Lopez to Play Griselda Blanco in 'The Godmother'
"Jennifer Lopez is set to become the cocaine queen as she will play Griselda Blanco in the forthcoming film called the godmother Lopez said to produce the film for S. T. X. Billman will detail the Colombian drug queens rise to power in Miami the god mother will be the third joint project between as T. X. builds and J. lo the release date for the film
"griselda" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Are joined by Griselda already and Alex Lazarie from the bucks. All right. So who wants to go first the big question. I always ask my Friday for him. I guess Griselda. What are you know, that we don't know? So I just did my ancestry dot com. I found out that I am part Lebanese. When I'm always Salem Mexican. Surprise surprise make you I've done mine as well. It always surprises. You what's in your mix load the Middle East? What do you know about being Lebanese? Well, there's I think it's a pretty big chunk. I think it was my great grandmother. So I am excited to kind of maybe I've never been to Lebanon Sonam excited to go. And what prompted you to take the test sister. A family gathering. I'll do let's have a reunion. There's some weird story time to get into the families have done it and the results have not pleased. Some bad surprise surprise Palestine. I'm not from the milkman, right? Alex. What are you know, that we don't know? I got two things one I'll go on the ancestry. My dad is actually from Aramco didn't come here till he was ten years old. I don't think a lot of people know that. Yeah. And so we're actually going to be going there for sixtieth birthday, which should be fun. Very cool. And then the other thing is I think the bucks are one of the we are about I think the eighth best point differential in the regular season of the last. I think it's like the last fifty years. So you know, we are having a quite a historic season just in the regular season. But quite a historic season. If you look at it from teams about six games watching this team from down to the guy that plays the least amount of minutes. They're all ready to go. I don't know if it's conditioning. I don't know if it's the excitement of the team or what Janas has inspired them to do. They're always ready to play and they never ever take a minute. It has a lot to do with. I think how John horse put together this team. And also what the ownership has said that they want in guys who play here. They're looking for guys who play hard wanna win and our good care. Factor and good overall people. And I think that's why our locker room has been such a fun locker room. I think it's why looks like the guys are all having a ton of fun. It's because they actually are and enjoy being with each other. And I think that's a underestimated part of sports, which is you know, if you look at any corporate culture things happen better when people are enjoy going to work and enjoy being around each other. And I think that's what we've gotten the bucks locker room. So far to ask you since you're sitting here you ever going to run for office. I don't know. I haven't really thought about that yet. You're young man. You know, I've got I've got plenty of time. I'm only thirty one. I'm not gonna tell you my age. No, no, I get it. You're better off doing what you're doing Alex. The authority. Don't forget our quickey show poll is up. Do you think? Milwaukee will host the DNC. I say, yes, I say what say you. I think I think we've got a great chance summer in Milwaukee. It's hard to beat. It's hard because it's the person in the mid west, you think just Kim. So we got a lot of good stuff coming up. Don't forget. We also route the eleven o'clock hour with Eric Bill stands we can review. It's all the voices. All the stories. You've heard all week right here in w teams. You also one of my favorite parts of the show sponsored by outdoor living. It's time for the news from the news center here is Mike spoiled. Thank you, Steve. A developing story out of Miami today. CNN reporting that a small plane crashed into a condo in Fort Lauderdale plane appears to have crashed into the side of the building before falling to the parking garage roof below no word yet on any injuries. Or how many people were aboard the plane? We will update this story when that information is made available. Meanwhile, back in Madison, Republican legislative leaders say governor Everts budget is quote, a liberal wishlist and has no chance of passing as proposed governor Everts making his spending plan announcement yesterday afternoon. Senate majority leader, Scott FitzGerald called it, quote a thousand page press release as part. Of that budget. Governor are either says he does want to implement an automatic voter registration program that would be statewide that registration would happen when you sign up for a driver's license. So far, sixteen states across the nation have automatic voter registration already on their books time for the WTMJ, Drake and associates market update. The Dow's up sixty six points to twenty five thousand nine hundred eighty one the S and P five hundred up nearly ten to twenty seven ninety four. The NASDAQ up thirty seven points do seventy five.
Italy’s Crackdown on Migrants Meets a Grassroots Resistance
"There's a very hot issue, of course, which is preoccupying a of people here in Italy as it does in other parts of Europe. And that's the issue with Mike Gration immigration asylum seekers refugees beat irregular migrants polls consistently show here initially that sixty to eighty percent of Italians put this is one of the top priorities. And yet you seem to be going gates public opinion by advocating a more open policy towards refugees and migrants justify that. In fact, I don't advocate for a more open policy. I just advocate for the respect of human rights. I think this is the basis where we have to agree what the league wanted me to be perceived. It's like the one of the open door policy. This is it costs them fake news. The put into debate. I always say that we have to get access. To the territory to those who are in need of protection because this is written our constitution, and our lows, I also say that those who don't have the permit to stay in order to enter so the migrants economic migrants they should be expelled. But respecting the rights because they are human beings. But I mean, you know, Mary aboard gaze of the league in two thousand thirteen set of you. Because of course, I should say that you were chief spokesperson for the United Nations High commission for refugees, fourteen years until twenty twelve so very steeped in this issue of refugees. And he said, you are a perfect example of the global lazy bleeding hearts that dispense advice left right and center without having a clue what's actually going on with immigration and asylum seat. I have no clue if I have no clue working fourteen fifteen years for the UNHCR. I don't see how there. To speak at this. Is this a Maria Borges? Here's your he's very well known. No. I think I know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the respect of our constitution, and the respect of our lows basing, I touch with public opinion. But you know, it doesn't take a little out of touch with public opinion. And people say we don't want any more. And even now Naito Salvini, interior minister has said of these forty seven migrants all heading towards Sicily. They're not going to be allowed to descend. Yes. In italy. Because we have been was he sings it the dumping ground for all these regular migrants coming into your motto Salvini is everyday speaking about migrants is obsessed by migrants is not doing is. But. Fallen voters, and they voted him in we comment. He believe more and more popular, we entirely an electric of good strategy. But if you minister of interior you have to do something else. He's not doing his job as a minister of interior is not tackling. Mafia penetrating detailing economy is not focusing on. Exploited workers is not focusing on violence in the stadium is not working in so many issues with. Traded arteries with flex voters concerns, and he says in answer to your point about human rights. And so on he says, I am willing to host women and children who are escaping from war. But all the others. No. I mean, that's fair enough, isn't it? My phone's irregular migrants coming to Italy in Europe, economic reasons, they're very different from refugees. He's saying I won't turn away refugees fleeing persecution. That's all okay. Is very good in inventing inventing in emergency. Every time there is a boat with rescued people at sea, which has to land everytime is so good in creating an international crisis. But is it normal that eaten at continent of five hundred million people, you know, you have to spend two weeks in negotiating with the prime ministers ministers European institution in order to allow forty nine people to disembark, isn't this ridiculous? So we're losing the sense of reality. This is not a way to manage to give answers to migration. This is just the way to make propaganda, but you are failing to get your message for aren't you to the electric because public sympathy lies with the arguments espoused by Salvini, and for example, when you say Italy with his aging population needs migrant labor, we need Mike. Labor here to care for the elderly and Sony. Several tens of thousands every year we need to absorb that. People are not buying that argument. You know, they got the are. There are reasons why we are in the situation because I think people fear fear the future people fear those who come from far away. And so then he was very good to exploit that fear. You know, he's a raising fear every single day, despite the fact that the arrivals decrease of eighty percent every day is a putting aside anxiety. Invasion invasion during the election campaign. He promised to send out from me. That's it's warding to a spell six hundred thousand irregular migrants is said in front of me in a TV debate in few weeks. I will send six hundred thousand migrants. So none of them were expelled because it's very difficult. You ask divert the attention. The landing, but your immigrant population has doubled from two point five billion million to five million in the last ten years. So now immigrants former by eight point five percent of Italian population. Scipio people look around them and see. But nevertheless, the point I put to you is why you're losing the argument when you say look talion economy needs migrant labor, Peter not listening to you. Why not why not because what I try to say. It's I- reasons I give I tried to put this into the contest. So you need to think about it. While Salvini is just a, you know, making his Logan, very simplistic. Why are you gonna make a slogan? A simple slogan is your cousin when things go bad. You need is Cape Cod and Cape Cod. Savini is migrant. We are in a time when you know. We are in the period of the hate in politics. And the policy of hates the politics of aids. The politics of aid knits, escape got and escape. Good are migrants or European institutions. The fact is it's not only migration that you'll lose any argument center-left politicians such as you be the social Democrats in the Czech Republic. The social Democrats in Germany in the Netherlands, the socialists in France only losing ground to the anti-establishment parties populist parties, whatever you want to call them. And they are the ones who are really on the March. Why are you using the battle with the electric? Yeah. I think they are responsibilities here which can't be ignored inequality. Inequality is raising in various countries in Europe. And it was really under estimated impact of inequality into this aside. So. So I think that there was not a proper management of the globalization and the consequences of a globalization. So the markets were left alone to do whatever they thought it was fair, but they don't have to. They care of the social equality, this politician work. So I think the left wing forces really lost a lot of time before understanding that was need to react against the inequality, which you people are you? Yes and ineffective ineffective. So also Stanley directive. Your measures are saying when we were with the find two thousand and eight and the price is right in two thousand five hundred quite financial crisis. Okay. So the governments of the EU and institutions the European institution decided ECU this cure district. Ended up to kill the passion because thirty measures where they Terry. Because they blaming the traditional left because traditional left in in different countries. Griselda didn't protect them. You buy this as at public is spending when you cut public spending when you cap pensions when unemployment goes up do enough populists the anti established anti how this reform capitalism to make it more responsive to anybody's needs. They're taking your clothes. I'll tell you what. Dr Daniel potasium political. Scientist says there's a crisis of the left in Italy at the current coalition government has introduced the basic citizen's income for some of the poorest in Italian society an initiative, which will cost some ten billion euros introduced a basic payment of seven hundred eighty euros a month. That's the kind of thing that you would traditionally be doing, and we we had already kind of allowance of four people. But of course, more money was needed to cover the older needy people. So. We the previous government. I was not in government. I was the speaker. But the previous government the previous governments in the last legislature China to cope with this. But it was a too little and too late. So now, we have the European parliamentary elections in may. Yes. And more than seven hundred seats in the European parliament and the president the populist party's anti-subversion parties have about twenty percent of the seats looking at the polls that rejected to do a lot better. Now have twenty five percent or so they make it of the scene. So what do you think will happen now in this kind of debate that we're having abound inequality? Yes. Who's going to be mental Beira? Well, this elections are going to be crucial for the future of Europe. Because it's the first time where you have anti-european forces, which are quite popular in embarrassed countries. So I think. We can as a progressive forces be. Consider this election business as usual. We have to organize ourselves because I see these populist nationalist that they've tried to organize themselves at international level Salvini is very active. Auburn too often. Yes with others. So I think what at least as far as Italy is concerned. I made a proposal. We can we have to join forces all the left wing parties have to join forces. But. Oaken izing a new project so giving giving those who are disappointed those who were didn't coincidence have represented anymore. Yeah. A lot of segment of society is which abundant. Left wing parties. Okay. We have to put day issues at the center of our European agenda issues and keep them representation. So we have to do you think this will happen? The next I this realistic should happen. If we want to survive if we want to put a bit of hope because otherwise if we go each party for itself, we already know we have lost. We know that there is no hope so hope for the centre-left era eve, the centre-left doesn't understand the importance of this election. And if doesn't understand the importance it has to make a new project with new faces fresh faces fresh broad new issues and put at the centre tackle inequality. This is the core of the issue. We have to understand that. If we don't act to reduce the quality. There is no future for the left wing
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Nine. I'm Becky Lynn. Here's our top story from a business standpoint. This really isn't the best deal. That's one of dozens of people sounding off in front of Phoenix city council over the proposed talking stick resort arena. Renovations council. Members are wrapping up the public comment and KTAR's Griselda zetino is live in the news center with the latest Becky the Phoenix city council is moments away from voting on the two hundred thirty million dollar arena renovation plant. The vote will come after nearly two hours of public comment, including from this Phoenix president we would not have the downtown area that we have right now had it not been for the Phoenix Suns in that arena. Under the proposed plan. The city of Phoenix would pay for one hundred fifty million dollars to renovate the arena and the Phoenix Suns would pay for eighty million dollars. Keep it right here on KTAR for the boat results. Live in the news center, Griselda zetino, KTAR news. The court is inclined or is going to order rather a cash only. That is the sound of this morning's court appearance of thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland, he was arrested today after he was accused of sexually assaulting and impregnating a woman and hacienda healthcare Sutherland has no prior felonies. His next court appearance is set for January thirtieth house into healthcare facility says Sutherland went through an extensive background check before he was hired KTAR is legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom says this is where hacienda can say they did everything they could to prevent this. And they were not negligent. However, if they didn't keep track know where the nurses were at certain times at didn't have cameras at certain places that most other facilities have been. They could be on the hook for negligence Lindstrom tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show that Sutherland could spend up to fourteen years behind bars. If he's convicted the parents of a thirteen year old boy are suing the liberty elementary school district for two point five million dollars after his teacher was arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing him. The lawsuit says. The district. New Brittany's Amora talked with students like the alleged victims with the class craft app. Which was the tool that Brittany used to groom the sixth grader into a romantic relationship with her? Parents attorney Steve Weinberger hopes the lawsuit prevents sexual abuse of all school children. It also accuses the Moore's husband of negligence..
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story happening right now. The Phoenix city council is taking public comment on the proposed talking stick resort arena. Renovations. KTAR Griselda zetino, is live in the news center to tell us more about how it's going Becky the proposal costs for two hundred thirty million dollars to renovate the arena. This Phoenix resident supports it. He calls the arena an anchor for the growth downtown Phoenix has seen over the past several decades. I think it is a four looking thing that you were considering to do I believe we will all be enriched by it should that vote. Be positive city council. Members will continue hearing comments from the public before taking a vote. We'll bring you the results of that vote as soon as it happens live in the news center, Griselda zetino, KTAR news. The court is inclined or is going to order rather a cash that's the sound of this morning's court appearance of thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland he was arrested today after being accused of. Sexually assaulting and impregnating. A woman at hacienda healthcare Sutherland has no prior felonies. His next court appearance is set for January thirtieth and hacienda healthcare. Now releasing a statement following the arrest of Sutherland facility is apologizing following the arrest of Nathan Sutherland, a thirty six year old licensed practical nurse who's been with hacienda for the past eight years. They say they're sending their deepest sympathies to the client and her family. Hacienda added Sutherland underwent an extensive background check before getting hired. But was terminated as soon as they learned of his involvement in the case. They're continuing to work with police. Ashley, flood KTAR news. Former Phoenix police sergeant Darren Burge weighing in on the hacienda investigation. He tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos that Phoenix police did a good job getting Sutherland off the streets would be surprised if in this particular case there was another person implicated based on the DNA because we probably would have heard about that only because of the the math of DNA. Says there could be more victims than that's what police are investigating. Now, you border agents have arrested two MS thirteen gang members from Honduras after they made illegal entry into the US border patrol says the two did not have any previous criminal criminal or immigration histories in the US..
"griselda" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here is our top story KTAR is on immigration a group representing border communities in southern Arizona is speaking out against President Trump's demand for funding KTAR, Griselda zetino, joins us. Now live in the newsroom with more a deadly and wasteful border wall. That's how Jennifer Johnson with these southern border communities coalition describes Trump's border wall. She tells the house natural resources committee today, our communities have already endured of seven hundred miles of walls and barriers Dolton towns neighborhoods, and even our backyards, she says these border walls harm, our homes quality of life. Endanger wildlife and the environment and reflect classical waste of taxpayer dollars. She says Moore border barriers will only make matters worse. Live in the news center. I'm Griselda zetino, KTAR news twenty eighteen was very successful for silent witness Phoenix police sergeant Jamie Rothschild tells KTAR that. About one hundred forty four felony suspects were arrested. We say over one hundred and forty felony arrest last year. But the reality is more people were taken into custody because of this program because the media and community share that information on social media and that pressured suspects to self surrender because of these arrests more than two more than two hundred criminal cases were cleared over four hundred sixty charges were submitted against suspects and sixty six fugitives were caught one council members giving her intake on her possible. Vote regarding the renovation deal of talking stick resort. But gets me to the yes, vote is to know that the city of Phoenix can generate revenue that goes back into all our general funds. He city council member. Laura store tells KTAR Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. She wants to see the money from surrounding businesses pitch in that generate thirteen million dollars annually, which then I have the authority along with other council. Members to direct those dollars to public safety. Infrastructure nylon KTAR news in the city of Phoenix is set to take a vote on that arena next Wednesday..
Not everyone will pay for subscriptions. Right YouTube?
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. The people have spoken enough is enough with all those subscriptions. I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech, and you know, this week YouTube reverse course, from its grand idea I introduced back in two thousand fifteen that its core. Young audience would happily pay ten dollars monthly to see original movies and series that starred influential YouTube creators like lily, saying the slow MO guys g g gorgeous and Joey Griselda. Now, you've heard me moan on and on here at talking tech often about the potential for subscription burn out. There's just too many services asking us to pay for what was once free and YouTube premium is now the poster child for consumers refusing to be boxed in take note. Disney Warner Brothers and all the others that have new streaming subscription services in the works. We only have so many dollars. We are willing to part with now YouTube red as it was first known never really made sense. It was launched as a service for the core YouTube audience with the added bonus of at for you to for the rest of us. In other words, those young kids who are obsessed with YouTube stars would somehow find ten dollars a month to pay to watch these originals from the same people who offered free programming on their channels. Good luck getting mom and dad to part with one hundred and twenty dollars a year for that. Now YouTube through in a free subscription, Google play music to sweeten the deal when that didn't work launched a new YouTube music subscription service, similar Spotify change, the name of read to YouTube premium and raise the price to twelve dollars debt. Didn't stop the bleeding now all those originals will continue in production. But they will eventually have ads and be. Available for the entire gigantic YouTube audience of nearly two billion people now YouTube is never publicly cited subscription numbers for its services. But Peter chatty an analyst and author projects that you premium has less than three point five million subscribers by contrast, Netflix, which rules digital media has nearly one hundred twenty million subscribers Amazon has one hundred million members of its prime service, which offers expedited shipping in video entertainment. So what did we learn this week? We learned that people will not pay for a dumb idea. Youtube red was a dumb idea YouTube premium ad for YouTube with free digital music. That's pretty cool. I like it, and I actually subscribe, but the idea of paying to watch these movies from these young YouTubers just didn't make any sense, and who can name any of these projects beyond Cobra, which is the sequel to the karate kid. So the good news for the YouTube creators is that people now see there. Original movies. And and the moms and dad that did fork over the money will save some box. I'm Jefferson Graham, what did you think of YouTube originals YouTube read the whole thing? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, please subscribe to talking tech on apple podcast. It's phrased please favor. The show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show in his always. Thanks, everyone. For listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you want to be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com has got you covered. They developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.
Polish tourists killed in sightseeing plane crash in Alaska
"As of this week just about every school district is back in session don't tell you what it's reason for celebration at our house first because well i do love my kids i also like i don't know a little bit of silence and at least ten minutes between toy motivated fights the other reason for celebration is because my wife's a public schoolteacher and she's been promised to raise trust me it's the smaller of the celebrations because the race hasn't actually shown up and it'll basically cover our water bill every month but as my wife likes to remind me she didn't get into education to get rich so really as parents our primary focus regarding the teacher raise is this will make a difference for the kids because ultimately they are the reason we have schools teachers have jobs in the first place personal finance website wallethub just did an analysis of schools nationwide and confirm what we've already known zona schools ain't so good Look right there, I went, to public school in Arizona I just use the word eight but seriously wallet, hubs ranking say we are forty seventh overall thank. Goodness they included Washington DC so we weren't the third worst we were, only, the fourth worst in the. Country simply based on the education level and the ongoing training the teachers are required to have they definitely deserve. More money but we also have to seriously consider whether teacher raises will raise the quality of education in our. State because of the real world the customer ultimately decides whether people get raises because things like quality and customer service keeps. People coming back and cash registers ringing but when an entity is run by the government. Like our public schools, are well there are all sorts of different agendas they can get in the way of serving the customer our kids and making sure that. They can someday earner race through what, they learned in. School join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for China's morning news here on KTAR news It's five eleven now some damaging testimony today at the first trial, stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation on day five of the trials star witness Rick gates taking the stand testifying he helped. Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort commit crimes coming, face to face with his former, business partner Paul Manafort gates testified that. They committed crimes together including not reporting more than a, dozen offshore accounts the prosecutor asking were you involved in any criminal activity with Mr. Manafort yes gates, answered is you commit any crimes with Mr. Manafort yes gates answered again that's ABC's Cecilia Vega A grim scene in Alaska's Denali national park after a sightseeing plane. With polish tourists on board crashed the plane went down on a mountain ridge on Saturday but the clouds men a rescue operation was impossible the pilot of the sightseeing. Plane called in via satellite phone to say his passengers head. Injuries finally now rescue teams have been able to fly in aboard a high altitude, helicopter four of. The people on board the plane have been found dead fifty is missing presumed dead extremely, Steve icy terrain Alex stone ABC news five twelve, here's what, we're working, on this afternoon indicate. A our newsroom and students head. Back to school checking now with some teachers that we talked to earlier. During the red for Ed movement to see what kind of pay raises they're getting KTAR Griselda zetino. Has the story, Elizabeth millage is a second grade teacher at whispering winds? Academy, she's getting, a twelve percent pay raise this year when? You, look at it, overall that's a huge Blessing to have? That increase, that will bring her paycheck to about forty.
Melania Trump arrives in Tucson, Arizona to visit Border Patrol center
"It's eight oh three right now ninety degrees in tempe ktar is on immigration happening today first lady melania trump is expected to visit her second migrant children facility and reportedly it's going to be right here in arizona ktar's martha mauer joins us live with more details the per visit are still under wraps but we do know mrs trump has boarded her plane heading to the mexico us border abc news reporting she'll be here in arizona she's expected to visit a shelter housing migrant kids who have been separated from their parents at the border justice she did last week in mcallen texas now the first lady's visit comes following the president's signing of an executive order that says parents and kids should be housed together when apprehended at the border roughly twenty three hundred children were separated in recent weeks since the administration's zero tolerance policy of undocumented crossers referred for prosecution began live in the news center i'm martha our ktar news governor ducey says he's ready to help migrant children crossing the zona mexico border the governor says they must be well cared for and not separated from their parents i am working with the federal government to see what role the state can play talking with health and human services ducey also says he supports strong border security to protect era zones from drugs traffic by the mexican cartels of church continues to offer sanctuary to legal immigrants facing deportation father who's been in the us for more than thirty years has been taking refuge inside the shadow rock united church of christ and phoenix for the past two years also there a mother who's seeking a you visa which is given up to victims of crimes she's been there since january because they've been in sanctuary they've been able to celebrate birthdays and graduations and those kinds of things they're not able to leave the campus can sleman is a pastor at the church he says both of them are waiting for their cases to be resolved when they came to us we decided that it was worth the risk to do the right thing and to help them and their attorneys to win the case in the last four years his church has given sanctuary to seven people griselda zetino ktar news a casino in northern arizona has welcomed a new member to its staff stacey stevens with tech company nightscopes says there are four hundred pounds of thomas robot is patrolling the grounds of the navajo casino resort in flagstaff he says nights scope k five has several features audio three hundred sixty degree video license plate recognition thermal imaging people texan those are some of the things that it's capable of doing the robot is not expected to replace any human jobs it will allow the casino security team to actually cover more ground ktar is on the economy more people are buying homes in the valley chase.
Bipartisan group in Congress pushes for immigration vote
"Ktar news app your breaking news and traffic now it's eleven thirty i'm bob mcclay here's our top story last week a teachers groups student support with governor doug ducey as he announced his proposal to increase their paychecks now that group is having second thoughts zona says it does not support ducey's proposal we support increasing teacher pay getting more money into the classrooms that current proposal doesn't put any new money into either of those goals the group's dawn peniche soccer says proposal moves money around from existing budgets and it relies on peter projections for money that the state might bring in those are unpredictable and they're not new dollars that is what we cannot indoors griselda zetino ktar news the national transportation safety board is focusing in on possible metal fatigue and the engine that south west of that southwest airlines plane that had an engine exploded yesterday already southwest airlines who said it is excel rating it's inspections of cfm fiftysix engines type that failed on tuesday now the makers of that engine ge in the us and a french company that worked together say they have technicians being deployed to help southwest airlines conduct oltra sonic inspections on the fleet for any metal fatigue and engine fan blades they helped to give the inspections done on planes that are flying right now within thirty days that's abc's alec stone ktar is on immigration there's a bipartisan effort on capitol hill to force debate on plans to help dreamers california congresswoman linda sanchez says house speaker paul ryan is refusing to allow bipartisan daca bill come to the floor could pass it we believe there is enough support within the republican caucus but one hundred of the most conservative members of that caucus are making policy for the rest of the united states yesterday a result senator jeff flake requested passage of a temporary daca solution a former arizona lawmaker says the late first lady barbara bush will be missed here in the valley former congressman jd hayworth tells arezzo morning news she made quite the impression here over the years i know today over mesa because there is a barbara bush elementary school i bet you there are some so her impact nationwide but here in the valley is felt bush died yesterday in houston at the age of ninety two first lady melania trump is planning to attend her funeral on saturday now for a check on traffic here's dani sullivan live from.
Arizona governor proposes 20 percent teacher pay raise by 2020 amid walkout threat
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Allison Feldman case: DNA leads to arrest in 2015 murder of medical sales rep
"The arrests made yesterday in the two thousand fifteen murder of a scottsdale woman ktar gra zelda's the tino is live in the news center with those details maricopa county attorney bill montgomery speaking about the case this morning this particular case is noteworthy in that this may be the first time we have been able to indict somebody using familial dna he says data evidence was used to track down forty two year old e e and mitcham he's accused of killing allison feldman in her scottsdale home three years ago montgomery says dna from the suspect's brother who is behind bars was houston the investigation live in the news center i'm griselda zetino ktar news some kentucky school districts have already announced no classes on friday because of big teacher rallies the superintendent of bullet county schools posting on social media that due to lack of sufficient substitute teachers friday all of its schools will be closed many teachers say they're taking a person day to attend rallies and protests of the state's new pension law bullet county says it will tack it extra day onto the back end of this school year to make up for missed classes friday abc's ryan burrow tucson's paramedics are going to be sitting under the tv reality shows spotlight for the next couple of months filming starts tomorrow for.
50 years after assassination, America pays tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy
"So they can focus on enforcing the nation's immigration laws griselda zetino ktar news dr martin luther king has been gone for fifty years his legacy does live on with a state and national holiday roads and highways named after him and civil rights legislation that he helped create but what dr king think if he came back today he would be bad because it appears that in america race relations are tempting to go in reverse that people are protecting their turf rather than joining together dr warren stewart the lead pastor a first institutional baptist church and phoenix stewart describes keying as a twentieth century revolutionary of love happening right now mesa police are working an officer involved shooting near greenfield and baseline at the circle.
Dan Hurley leaving Rhode Island, named head coach at UConn
"The association says alzheimer's kills more people than breast and prostate cancer combined asu basketball coach bobby hurley's brother has a new job dan hurley will be the new coach at the university of connecticut dan hurley was one hundred thirteen wins and eighty two losses in six seasons at rhode island which lost to duke in the ncwa tournament this year in joining yukon dan hurley is joining a team that's under ncwa investigation and fired coach kevin ollie this month after another losing season it's twelve thirteen here's what we're working on this afternoon and the ktar news center up your your woman diagnosed with a flesh eating bacteria is making a miraculous recovery ktar griselda zetino is live in the news center to tell us more people survive this bacteria but kristen lipinski did and his days away from going home waking up and being told them i family that they almost lost me was very scary to hear the special education teacher was under sedation for about a month that's until doctors at the miracle bowl medical center treated her with an investigational skin spray called resell she's believed to be the first ever to use this treatment i look at the scars healing so fast it's just miraculous and i feel so blessed that i was able to qualify for resale after three months of treatment she gets to go home to her husband and three kids and less than two weeks she says her kids already have a list of things they want to do once she's home number one and we have to have snuggle time they want their snuggle time with their mom live in the news center griselda zetino ktar news check your drive down with bradley jay live from the ktar traffic center bob if you're headed.
Omissions On Death Certificates Lead To Undercounting Of Opioid Overdoses
"The latest now on arizona's opioid epidemic sheila show lander with our state health department says preliminary info shows the number of opioid related deaths are lower compared to last september which was the worst month we've had two hundred seventy cases of suspected opioid overdoses reported to us but it was still high in mid october and then really it started declining numbers are from the week of march eighth when there were one hundred forty nine suspected opioid overdoses president trump wants the death penalty for drug traffickers is way to combat the opioid epidemic ktar legal expert monica lindstrom says traffickers can already get the death penalty in my opinion it's a good idea to go ahead and look at the death penalty for largescale drug traffickers because it's already on the books and it's already allowed it's just not something that's typically done she says right now there are sixty two inmates on federal death row all murderers the head of the us interior department made a visit to arizona to talk about the nation's dragen opioid problem i think by and large from what i've seen interior the front line is undermanned interior secretary ryan zinke referring to the border as the frontline to combat the nation's drug an opioid problem he says there's a need for more resources at the border we don't have enough law enforcement on the border we don't have enough prosecutors we don't have enough people there he says that's why his office is creating a task force that will include federal agents and officers from tribal police departments along the border we're going to go after the drug dealers and we'll be successful griselda zetino ktar news ktar is on immigration president trump hosts a roundtable today focusing on sanctuary cities the white house says president trump will discuss with state and local officials how his administration can use every lawful tool.
Hospitals are confronting a new opioid crisis: an alarming shortage of pain meds
"Ktar news we can expect a combination of clouds and sunshine for today a little breezy by this afternoon with a slight chance of a sprinkle a high of seventy one partly cloudy for tomorrow seventy four from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis for ktar news at seven thirty two it's fifty two degrees in goodyear in the wake of the florida high school shooting samaritan leaders are calling for moore school resource officers but some students say that's not a good idea several valley students say more guns and school resource officers won't prevent another school shooting having more psychologists and school counselors will the issue is that kids are hurting were depressed and we're going through hard times mountain view high school student jordan harp says his school only has one psychologist available to serve the four thousand students on campus he says that's the problem i know friends who are thinking of killing themselves but i don't know what to do no one's here to help them and these are the people who are at risk a recent study shows arizona schools have a shortage of counselors there are nine hundred twenty four students per the school counselor while the national recommendation is two hundred and fifty students to one griselda zetino ktar news thursday drug crisis hitting hospitals hard ktar's more carlson reports on a shortage of medications used every day the drugs the hospitals are coming up short on our pain meds ktar is medical expert doctor kerri simpson says there may be an opioid epidemic but that's not the case for hospitals in this case the opioids that are missing are the injectable versions of dilaudid also known as hydromorphone and pantano and these are things that we use often for pain control and sedation in our hospitals both in preoperative areas in post operative areas simpson ads the drug shortage is expected to be over in the next couple of months however simpson says expect to see more drug shortages in the future mark carlson ktar news some female inmates at perryville west of phoenix learning a trade telemarketing they're working for phoenix based telephone from phone banks set up inside the present televise michelle sirocco tells ktar the inmates interested in this kind of work must first meet certain requirements they need to have either a high school.