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Election 2020: Arizona's impact
"Of election 2020 continues our race. Our state will the side the direction of the country for the White House and the Senate majority. That was Republican Senator Martha McSally on with Arizona's Morning news Friday, and this morning, we caught up with her Democratic challenger on Election Day Eve. There's Jeremy Foster joins us live with more on what Mark Kelly had to say. One of the first things we asked Mark Kelly Jamie in a race where polls have consistently showed him in the lead there now tightening, in fact, a brand new Data orbital poll of 550 likely Arizona voters out this morning show Kelly just 1% point ahead of MK Sally Now. Two weeks ago, the same polls showed him up over six points. But Kelly told us he's still confident. Think the only Poles that really matters when folks go to the polls tomorrow, and when they count the votes, and that might take might be done tomorrow might take a couple days. I feel pretty good. Something else. Kelly and other Democrats may be keeping an eye on Republicans of return nearly 45,000 more ballots in Maricopa County than Democrats so far on the early voting side and about 90,000 Mohr than those who are not registered with either party. But Kelly points out that a lot of support from Republicans, including former elected officials, I have the Republicans for you know Mark Kelly for Senate Group. He also words folks to be patient. If we don't see the final results on Election day, and you can tune in all day for special election team coverage right here on our and we'll begin it tomorrow at five. AM I tell you, this is going to be one watch because the Republicans have come from behind to now lead with the number of ballots already returned and their also expected to turn out Maur enforce the Democrats at the actual voting booth tomorrow, so this is really going to be one to watch it is and we we heard from the Steve Cortes with the Trump campaign today. He's in there feeling increasingly confident about taking Arizona. All right. Thank you so much. Kate. There's Jeremy Foster.
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"Ballot through September. 30th us Only I'm Monica, Read Katie. Our news. 105 degrees is a high today under sunny skies Tonight. Clear 77 tomorrow, Sonny. Hi, 103. It's 95 degrees right now in Cave Creek. Whether is brought to you by Howard Air whether Replace or pear Cole Howard Air I'm Jeremy Foster on Arizona's new station News, Mike Room on our news, 92 3 FM and the news app. Thanks for being here It is like broom head show just a few moments at 11 20 we're going to do. Did you hear this? We do it every day at 11 20 on the show. It's all the headlines all the newsmakers. What you didn't hear while you were working. We will play for you on your way to lunch, So I stick around for that in a few moments. I I just thought this was such a compelling story because I think it's a generational difference for people. I have the ring doorbell at my house. I have security cameras in my house and outside of my house that I can access from a nap, and I check them all the time. They're triggered if somebody were to break in or when somebody walks up to my house. And I'm not concerned. About being watched, but I think I am Mohr of in my generation. I'm more of an exception than the rule with many people. So there is a report about these new drone security cameras inside your home. I want you to listen to this. Your home security system could be going airborne next year. Amazon Smart Home Security Division Ray unveiling Ah flying camera that launches if sensors detect a potential home break in and buy a.
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"Arizona vote. Trump plans to reveal his Supreme Court nominee at the end of the week, and it's very possible Arizona could play a key role in deciding if that nominee is confirmed. As Jeremy Foster joins us Live right now, Jamie Republicans have a 53 47 advantage in the Senate, but that could change on November 3rd. If Democrat Mark Kelly Beach GOP Senator Martha McSally. He could take her spot that same month, meaning he could be the one voting on the president's nominee, not excel. And the reason is because Martha McSally is currently holding the office by appointment. She wasn't actually elected to the office and in the circumstance, there's a special election. Of course Soda is an elections law attorney in the Valley, he told Arizona's Morning news A little earlier, Republicans could put up a legal fight, even if Kelly wins. To try and keep him from taking office this year. Our provisions under Arizona law for election challenges, and ultimately, it would be up to the U. S. Senate because under the Constitution there the judge of the qualifications of their members whether to seat, Mr Kelly, So I think that if he won a decisive victory, it would be difficult to sort of have a legal maneuvering to keep him out. But if it's a close race, he says the Senate may vote to not see him until January. Live in the new center Jeremy Foster Katie, So Arizona's importance in this election in November just continues to grow. We're learning every day. It will be interesting to see how much money might be pouring into this race as well because of it. All right, thanks A lot. Jeremy Foster from the D, A R Business Centre of offensive awarded more than $1.6 million in Diesel Emission Reduction Act grants. To public and private partners in Arizona. That money.
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"Jeremy Foster with three things you need to know. Right now, Three Valley bars have had their liquor licenses indefinitely suspended by the state will talk more about that coming up next. Oregon State police will return to Portland to help local authorities after the fatal shooting of a man following clashes between President Trump's supporters and black lives matter. Protesters over the weekend protest in Portland had been going on for nearly 100 days. It's being called the cove. It twitched. Doctors in Arizona say they're seeing Mohr and Mohr young students experiencing the twitch because of increased time in front of a computer screen. And how long they're studying from home. We'll have more on this story coming up at 5 30. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new station, Our News Corona virus in Arizona. I don't know if they got down, but they got shut down. Yeah, we're talking about allegedly violating health requirements. Oldtown Scottsdale bars bottled blonde cost amigos ordered closed. On Friday by the Arizona Department of Health Services have their liquor license is suspended by the Arizona Department off liquor licenses and control will be working with local enforcement. Tio make certain that guidelines air being followed didn't even have to work with local enforcement. They're both state agencies is what we're talking about it yesterday, Same thing happened to glow shots and cocktails on Mill Avenue in Tempe. Senior news reporter Jim Cross joins us live this morning to tell us about what the bars did to get shut down. We don't know specifically about what happened at the Tempe bar, but we did get a list of the details in Scottsdale region. Yeah State was pretty clear about the old town Scottsdale bars. Ah, determined them to be in violation of social distancing, masking dancing, standing and table occupancy, limited adaptations. Sunday again glow shots and cocktails That's on millet, Tempe. Ah, third Barto have its liquor license and definitely suspended in the valley that we're aware of no exact reason given yet. For that closure by the state beyond that, instead of had reason to believe the bar was violating its at a station and jeopardizing the health, safety and welfare of the public. Yeah, And I know the Department of Liquor set out of sent out a press release along with along the department health Services, and they say they're detect. Detectives are going to continue to enforce public health orders. Take immediate actions against licenses who are observed showing general disregard for the welfare and safety of others. So they're ah, they're going to continue to prowl around. Look for this stuff. Yeah, they're enforcement. The governor and state health director been pretty clear about that. You know, again late last week, Nine of the state's 15 counties, including Pepe. Are allowed to have the bars of serve food reopened, were not aware As of right now, anything in the state of the county or otherwise, as faras liquor license violations, covert 19 benchmark violations so on and so forth. A zone this morning right now. It seems to be limited to the three here. America up, Accounting. Yeah, I'm gonna take. I'm going to take a big leap here, Jim, And I'm gonna assume that you've only ever gone into cowboy bars You don't like hang out at that dance clubs. Jim, I'm just just taking a guess You've given it up. I'm trying to cut down on the dance clubs. Yeah, I can't do it. Not even the boot scootin boogie. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. I don't even attempted anymore. Yes. So you know, I think for a lot of us, it's like, Yeah, well, don't go to these places. And you know what's the big deal? But you know these places that's what they They rely on. They rely on that kind of clientele to make money and it's going to be it's It's a slippery slope, I guess haven't having enough people in to make money, but having keeping them distanced enough To, you know, follow the rules and keeping them not distance enough to make them want to come back, I guess. Yeah, And there's no question I mean, you know, bars, nightclubs have really taken a hit. Economic Leo. You know, during this covert 19 pandemic, they're really struggling. Along with a lot of other businesses that have just now been allowed to reopen. But again this suspension of the license or ah, Liquor license. I should say no timetable on when it might end. Ah, what the places have to do to get back on the good side of the state. All right, Thanks a lot. Jim crossed, joining us this morning talking about those two tempi bars and that one Tempe bar that was closed to Scottsdale and one Tempe bar should say, by the way, the one in Tempe glow shots and cocktails responded all this on their instagram page with a video. It appeared to show the interior of the bar and it said the liquor board shut me down for this 25% occupancy with food 10 people standing is what did it by the way I look, I went to go look at that Instagram post and it has been taken down, so I don't know what exactly, it showed, but that's what they're claiming, is that they were following the rules, and they still got shut down anyway. 5 19 now and time for a check Traffic with Danny Sullivan, who is in the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. You've got this accident on I 17 at South found and it's right in that ramp that leads from my 17 South bound east found 10. And it is right that stack transition crews were able to move it all off to the right hand side of the freeway. But you do have a little bit of slow and go in the area. Also plenty of slow and go. I 17 South bound 19th Avenue towards seven street, and you do have some flooding on state route, too. 38. It's going to be just west of state route. 3 47 the support It's brought to you by online trading academy Phoenix You work hard for your money. Learn how to make your money work harder for you. Tune in to.
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"We'd get an excessive heat warning in effect until eight o'clock tomorrow night. It'll be sunny and hot both today and tomorrow. Today's high 113 1 11. Tomorrow we'll have a clear sky and 90 degrees overnight tonight. Whether brought to you by Howard Air. It's 12, 03 and 109 degrees in Phoenix. Arizona votes the widow of Arizona Republican Senator John McCain played a prominent role during the second night of the Democratic National Convention last night. Katia, our political analyst, Mike O'Neal, says Arizona Senator John McCain's widow Sunday. Delivered an emotional and personal message in the video without political endorsement. Implicitly, there's the message to people you Khun Trust Joe Biden, and that is a powerful message. Senator John McCain passed away August 25th two years ago in Phoenix Jump crossed our news Arizonans have been prominently featured during this week's Democratic National Convention, and that will continue tonight. When former congresswoman Gabby Giffords gets her time in the national spotlight. Jeffords is revered in Arizona Valley political consultant Former state lawmakers stand. Barnes expects to hear Giffords deliver a middle of the road message tonight. That's who she was as a state representative, state senator and as a representative in Congress, and I think that's the foot forward, the Democratic Party must put forward for visible voters that are interested. Barnes also thinks her husband, Democratic Senate hopeful Kelly could get a boost from tonight's speech. Jeremy Foster, Katie our news. There's a controversy over mainland voting right now. President Trump doesn't want it. And Arizona is no stranger to mainland voting, and that could be a good thing for other states. Where's Luke? Force Ner is live at the news center with the story of the great thing about Arizona is we've got a lot of experience doing this Maricopa County recorder, Adrian Fontas says They're sharing that experience with election officials around the country. These conversations have been on, so we're helping boost them into where Arizona is all over the country and working together either all bipartisan efforts And our system was put to the test in the primary 94% of voters voted early live in the new center Luke Force ner Katie. Our news eyes on education. Arizona State schools two per intended. Kathy Hoffman is criticizing President Trump for the rally he held in Yuma yesterday. Hoffman tweeted this morning that holding the event during the Corona virus pandemic was reckless. Put lives at risk and further delayed in person learning. Hoffmann claims that Arizona had one of the worst cove in 19 death spikes in the world over the summer, which resulted in 4000 deaths and is the reason why schools should start the year with distance learning. The Joo Combs Unified School District in Santana Valley could resume classes as early guess tomorrow. The district's governing board is meeting tonight at six o'clock to come up with a plan which Superintendent Gregory Wyman hopes will be implemented tomorrow. That depends on what the discussion is went tonight, but our goal would be to have something going on Thursday. In person. Classes were supposed to start this past Monday that but they had to be canceled along with online classes after too many teachers called out, saying that they didn't feel safe. Returning Firefighters are battling to lightning caused fires that Maybe affecting roads that you might drive on The salt fire near Roosevelt. Blake has state round 1 88 closed and state run to 88 both closed in the area. There's no estimated time to reopen either highway.
What will the next stimulus package look like?
"It look like? He didn't offer too many details that Arizona Congressman David Schweikert tells Jr this one will look different than previous ones. We're hoping this one will actually have not only economic stimulus but through tax codes and regulatory codes, the White House Seems to also be favoring some additional individuals stimulus money, So we're seeing if that all comes together, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says. This package will also include liability protections for businesses, hospitals, doctors, nurses, colleges and K through 12 schools. Jeremy Foster, Katie Our news. Now let's get a check on traffic. Here's Monica read live from the Valley
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"More than 20 of his Valley locations open Tuesday says because he believed the governor's decision was random reckless. Scott's told police that it is 116th Street and Shea Boulevard location yesterday after it has nothing to do that. We don't believe that this is extreme crisis for everybody. But if it is that it is for everybody and every business, not just an arbitrary decision to pull business out of a hat like fitness centers and mountainside, have filed an injunction against the governor at about four o'clock yesterday afternoon. Dad says he hopes to get a stay of relief that will allow his gems to stay open live in Phoenix Jump cross Katie Our news. Arizona's response to the pandemic will be the main topic when Vice President Mike Pence arrives in the Valley Today, I'm keep Jeremy Foster. At this moment, we have 12 states with rising cases and percent positive cases. Arizona is one of those states and the vice president says he'll deliver this message to governor Do see a team deployed by FEMA of 62 disaster medical assistance personnel are on. Aground in Arizona. Dr. Deborah Burkes, a member of the White House Corona virus response team, met with the governor yesterday. Jeremy Foster Katya, the director of our State Health Department, Dr Carrick, Crist is going to join the MIC Broom head show at 8 15 this morning. And if you're looking for all the latest newest developments from the covert 19 pandemic, check out dot com slash corona virus. Also stay up to date by downloading the key TR knew Zappa's well, It's 502 time for our first look at traffic this morning on Arizona's Morning news, and henceforth we shall bring it to you every six minutes. There's Danny Sullivan in the Valley. Chevy Dealers traffic Seneca. Good morning. We got a lot going on on I 10 and it's all in the West Valley. First of all, if you are commuting out of town, there's a crash on I 10 West found west of Salone Road. That's mile marker 81 in tone a paw. And then if you're commuting in East bound, there is a crash I 10 eastbound approaching day I start. It's all off right in a construction area, But all the flashing lights are causing a little bit of a slowdown as you make your way past it. Now you've got a new crash on I 10 eastbound at 43rd Avenue and traffic was stopped. A plea to move the accident all off right? And so they are just letting you go now where all of your lines are now open. But that's why it's so heavy in the area, but the accident has.
Sen. Martha McSally: Next coronavirus relief package should not be a 'cash cow' for mismanaged cities
"House Democrats are proposed another three trillion dollar corona virus relief package but Arizona's Republican senator just revealed what she thinks about it KTA ours Jeremy foster joins us live interview with Katie A. R. as Mike Broomhead show senator Martha McSally said they haven't even gone through the first three trillion dollar package Gemma that has not been distributed yet to hospitals small businesses to cities as well this proposal would also extend unemployment benefits through next January it also includes up to six thousand dollars for each family as well as a twenty five billion dollar bailout for the US postal service even if this bill clears the house the Senate is not expected to pass it live in the new center Jeremy foster KTAR
Stocks rise as Trump vows "big" crisis package
"The trump administration says it has big plans for the turbulent economy in the midst of the corona virus crisis KTA ours Jeremy foster joins us live with what some of those plans are yeah it's been a rough two weeks Bob on Wall Street stocks plummeting at near record levels but treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said today they have no plans to shut it down we may get to a point where we shorten the hours if that's something they need to do but Americans should now that we are going to do everything to make sure that they have access to their money at their banks to the money in there for a one K. is sent to the money and and socks and wearing right now the White House is reportedly pushing a trillion dollar virus response package to the Senate and as you mentioned things are looking really good today on Wall Street this afternoon we'll hear from a valley economists to find out if each day will be a roller coaster ride all right on Wall Street until this thing
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"Morning news on Jeremy fostering for Jim sharp it's seven thirty AM the following the number of stores for you at this hour I'm Kevin Christopher in FOR Jamie west Phoenix making plans for the democratic presidential debate details are coming up but first we're on the line those American passenger stocking quarantine on a cruise ship in Japan have just returned to the US that's our top story this morning Kevin hundreds of Americans who were trapped on board the diamond princess cruise ship off the coast of Japan because the corona virus are back on American soil after a pair of overnight flight skate T. airs Jim cross joins us live in the newscenter cover more than three hundred Americans landing overnighted Travis Air Force base in California at Lackland Air Force base San Antonio Texas valley surgeon of summer good dnia and her husband are the Texas based it will rain there under quarantine for the next two weeks they've already bound quarantined on the ship off the coast of Japan for almost two weeks trouble Leschi of Syracuse New York was also one of the flights are just ready for the next step on this crazy journey that we've been taking and and seeing what what happens next no on board one of the flights overnight the note saying which one fourteen passengers who were diagnosed with the corona virus they were placed in a specialized containment area aboard the aircraft to isolate them from the rest of the passengers why the new center germ cross KTA our news and we're glad that some of them are getting back to the US I know they are much relieved at that all right at seven thirty one time to get another look at traffic we do that every six minutes your honor is on this morning news here's Danny Sullivan in the valley should illustrate center well one free ways really backed up right now and it's due to a crash on the loop one a one it's east bound east of seventh St HOV car pooling and the left lane are blocked now got back up from about nineteenth Avenue on over once you get past the rack you're going to be a smooth ride into Scott still but for now one of one back up eastbound nineteenth Avenue to pass to seven street where you've got an accident you'll also Avenue crash fifty First Avenue would lower Buckeye this report it's brought to you by the law offices of Donald W. with it's best if you own a business are starting a business or are currently in a dispute the law.
Whistleblower Complaint On Trump-Ukraine Call Is Released
"The whistleblower complaint that triggered the impeachment acquiring to president trump has been released we begin our live team coverage with Katie a ours Martha Mauer I am reporting an urgent concern those are the first few words of the nine page whistleblowers report just released by the house intelligence committee and this redacted complained to the whistle blowers that they have received information from multiple US government officials that president trump is using the power of his office to solicit interference from a foreign country to investigate from a vice president Joe Biden the complaint says president trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani is a key figure in that effort a declassified version of the whistle blowers report before so the July twenty fifth phone call as well as the days following the call with the accused senior White House officials to try to lock down all records of that phone call now the acting director of the national intelligence committee has just testified before Congress on this very complaint KTA arson Jeremy foster has those details that's right Martha acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire is testifying right now before the house intelligence committee says he received a complaint and believes both the inspector general and whistle blower acted in good faith he then pass the information on to the justice department office of legal counsel determined that the complaints obligations do not meet the statutory requirement definition concern legal urgent concern now Republicans are arguing the fact that the whistle blower admitted in his report that they were not a direct witness to most of the events described live in the newscenter journey foster
AP finds 13,000 asylum seekers on border wait lists
"I the border patrols latest numbers. Jaw-dropping? We must maintain the ability to deliver consequences or we will lose control of the border. That's our top story. Here's Jamie west. Arizona's immigration crisis. The number of border crossers taken into custody last month is the highest since two thousand seven with no signs of slowing down KTAR. Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage with the latest stats German one hundred ten thousand people apprehended the word last month of seven thousand more than in March border patrol chief Carla provost testified before a Senate committee yesterday says agents are overwhelmed about forty percent are now just focused on the humanitarian crisis cannot address this crisis by simply shifting more resources or building more facilities. It's like holding a bucket under a faucet. It doesn't matter. How many buckets you give me if we can't turn off the flow while the majority of the operations are asylum seekers from Central America. She says not all they've arrested thirty five hundred people with gang affiliations and criminal records of the past few months and assaults on agents of by twenty percent live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. And I'm KTAR Jeremy foster on a Senator Martha mcsally just told Ona's more. News. Those apprehension numbers will continue to get worse. If congress doesn't act I working with the White House, Senator Lindsey Graham, we are going to have some loophole clothing legislation. But I recommend we swift. We bring to the floor, and we need to have pressure on the other side of the aisle. We need sixty votes says Democrats continue to hold things up, and it's going to take the American people calling in pressuring them to take action before
Mexican Soldiers Pointing Guns At American Troops At The Border
"Harrison is immigration crisis. Mexican soldiers are pointing guns at US troops along the border. President Trump says that's going to stop. We start our team coverage. Now KTAR Jeremy foster live with more came out in a tweak this morning, Bob. From the president saying Mexican soldiers recently pulled guns at our national guard troops national border patrol council. Chief brain a judge told morning news. It's a diversionary tactic history of Mexican military crossing the border making incursions into the United States and oftentimes are doing to describe our border patrol agents from what's really happening, which is narcotics being smuggled across the border. President also tweeted today he's sending troops to the border. As a result. Judge says he's heard that's being discussed but hasn't heard actually happening right now live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news. I'm Jim cross live in the news center last weekend, border patrol cameras captured masked heavily-armed smugglers full tactical gear leading Central American mom and her eight year old son through vehicle. Into the US near Louisville border patrol agent. Jacob stupid Berg typically in this area. Individuals from Central America will pay in the neighborhood of seven thousand dollars to be smuggled across and this is also the same area where we have large groups of individuals that have crossed the border in months
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"Hi. So we are now hearing from the McCain institute about Cindy McCain's claim that she witnessed human trafficking at sky harbor airport. Let's go live to KTAR's Jeremy foster for more. Yeah. In in a statement sent to KTAR, Jamie. The McCain institute said Cindy, McCain was only thinking about the result of a criminal act. Not the ethnicity of the possible trafficker when she told MAC and Gaydos, part of what tipped her off was the ethnishity of the child and the woman that that child was with we're different. The institute also says these cases should not take away from the responsibility to be aware of this kind of crime, and it encourages anyone who witnesses something like this to report it to police in a tweet earlier this week Cindy McCain sheds, she actually commended Phoenix police for their diligence live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news phone down if you're driving in the west valley. One city now cracking down on distracted drivers KTAR's Madison. Spence is live with the details. Glendale, new ordinance bans texting and driving. This also means no phone calls. No mapping. No looking for music. Even if you're out of stop light. It's still now hands freeze. Okay. Though, find start at two hundred fifty bucks, but police say for the first few months, you may just get a warning head to KTAR dot com. For more on the story. Live in the news center. I'm Madison, Spence KTAR news scammers are targeting. Some caring valley residents. Everyone knows we've lost a lot of firefighters recently towards really aggressive cancers. The bad guys are latching onto a cancer awareness campaign being put on by the United Phoenix firefighters association. Local four Ninety-three bid expire captain PJ dean is the secretary for the union and tells KTAR our clearest and most important message that we want to send everyone the best and most effective way to outperform type of illicit action is to simply not give money over the phone captain dean says no legit public safety organization in Arizona will ever call you on the phone asking for money. Arizona's smart. Cities movement wants to make business and residences more efficient if neighbors and businesses coordinate via smartphone apps could there be alternative ridesharing, but about obstacle making more effective to use and quicker to us. So that we can reduce pollution and boost mobility leaker Kumar with Phoenix's minority. Business development agency, says smart cities could also help businesses identify clientele. They may have missed. It's an open space where people can start to be creative and think about read they can fit in and where they can create a solution customized to the problems in their community. Kumar says data must be collected and protected so it's not abused. Peter say more KTAR news, we know Arizona's in a serious drought. But is changing urinals, the answer one Arizona lawmaker thinks so. Representative Bob Thorpe is introducing legislation to save water through water free urinals, the Bill HP twenty four twenty eight would require state buildings to convert to water for urinals within two years of the effective Bill with the prolonged drought Thorpe says replacing the thirteen year old in the Arizona house of representatives alone would save about five hundred twenty thousand gallons of water in that the government needs to stop flushing taxpayer money. Ali vetnar KTAR news may be freezing outside but water safety is a year round concern in Arizona where the fourth deadliest state for drowning sat from a new consumer product safety study. Nikki Fleming with the consumer product safety coalition says one big way to prevent drownings to designate a water watcher and adult water watcher should supervise children in the pool or spa. This person should not be reading using smartphone. Or otherwise be distracted. Fleming says this goes for all bodies of water also suggests making sure you and your children know how to swim. KTAR news time six thirty six. My dad didn't learn to swim till I was like in high school. It's a good idea to for everybody to remember. It's a good idea to know how to stay afloat here is detour.
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"Jeremy foster KTAR news timpee is learning how opioids are used and abused by residents by examining sewage. ASU engineer. Ralph Halden is six months into his study of the human waste to help the city pinpoint which health care and counseling resources are needed and in which neighborhoods and hopefully see the intervention that we implement. Make a change in the trend of drug quantities going through city on a daily basis. Dr Houghton says wastewater treatment facilities have been trained to spot the types of drugs going through residents bodies and pills. That have been flushed down toilets a morning jog turned into a run for her life for a one woman in Santan valley yesterday, the panel county sheriff's office says the woman was running in an area called Johnson ranch around ten AM when a man tried to grab her now is working to find the suspect. She describes him as a white male with Brown hair in his mid thirties with scrappy facial hair. She says the man was following her. And a great Toyota Tacoma when he started making inappropriate comments. But then he opened the car door grabbed her by the arm and began to pull her in. She was able to escape and call police if you have any information culpa now county sheriff's office Taylor Kenner up KTAR news already. There have been human trafficking related arrest in Atlanta with the Super Bowl this weekend. A student led organization here at home. Home was to keep a spotlight on the issue, especially what's happening right here in the valley, ASU senior, Rachel guys. Our heads up. The all walks project was working to clear up misconceptions a lot of people confuse prostitution and human trafficking, and it's really hard to prove human trafficking, especially because usually it's through fraud and coercion more. So than force where people are exploited in the trafficking. Geyser says according to a two thousand fourteen study there are more than seventy eight thousand human trafficking buyers in the Phoenix area alone..
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"I'm Jeremy foster in for Jim Sharpe. It's five o'clock. And we're following a number of stories for you at this hour. Find out why a Scottsdale veterinarian is so anxious for President Trump to sign the massive farm Bill, but first outgoing Senator John Kyle was talking about his short return stint. And the Senate one reason I accepted the governor's appointment was new how to do the job hadn't forgotten after five years with the new congress starting in about two weeks. The clock is ticking for governor Ducey to make a big decision. It's our top story. And here's Jamie west who will replace John Kyle in the Senate. Let's go live to KTAR. Jim cross. Jamie was appointed by the governor to replace the late. John McCain in September. Kyle recently sat down with Arizona. Congressman Andy Biggs on his podcast was the big idea after returning to the Senate in the middle of the Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination causes. It was like parachuting into a war zone. Saw the hearings themselves which were uncivil to put it charitably. Not the best. Foot forward for the United States government for the rest of the world to see. Now, the candidates being mentioned to replace columnists Senate going congresswoman, Martha mcsally also the governor's former chief of staff Kirk Adams and outgoing state treasurer Aileen Klein live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. What chances a federal judge will rule. Arizona's law for picking replacement US senators is unconstitutional. Governor Doug Ducey doesn't necessarily have to appoint John Kyle successor. We have the capabilities of setting up a special election within six months because in Arizona law. That's allowed in other places. KTAR legal analyst, Monica Lindstrom, tells MAC and Gaydos. The federal judge could prioritize a lawsuit from voters opposing Arizona's current law or not judge can't completely changed. The law though, is we the legislators that would need to rewrite that law or add provision to state law has the governor appointing Kyle's successor to serve until the next general election in twenty twenty. That person must come from Kyle Republican party. Peterson more KTAR news. At five. Oh, two right now, we've got traffic.
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"News news flash. I'm Jamie, west with three things you need to know. Right now KTAR is on immigration, President Trump says military troops and border patrol agents are bracing for a massive surge of migrants at a non walled area. KTAR? Jeremy foster will have more at six a frightening link between concussions and suicide has been discovered. A new study finds concussions double the risk of suicide. Governor Ducey has ordered flags at AllState buildings to be lowered to half staff today for national Pearl Harbor remembrance day, the governor will take part in a ceremony later this morning outside the capitol that will also feature a fly over of World War Two airplanes. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth this weekend. There's gonna be a lot of snow. In fact, they're probably be some snow falling still it places where a lot of people like to go and take it in especially as desert Weller. Don't see that much snow Cameron Lee. The public information officer for the years under department of public safety joins us in the this is a dangerous thing in. This regard Cameron a lot of people will drive up by seventeen they'll hit the snow area and say, you know, what I'm just going to pull off the road and run out there and make snowballs. That's not that's not safe at all. Is it? No, absolutely. Not thanks for having me on. And you know, giving us an opportunity to talk about this. This is something we deal with every year. One of the great things about our state is like you said we can be here in the desert go up and play in the snow and then come back to the little bit of the war. If you've spent any amount of time like I have on the side of a highway on the side of the freeway on the side of an interstate. You quickly realized that is not the place. You wanna be? It's extremely dangerous. We are very aware that people stop and where they do stop. And we do cite people for that. We will stop with you. We will cite you for and send you on your way. And that has nothing to do with us. Just not wanting you to be there. It has everything to do with safety especially in in any time. It's not a good idea. But especially when there is an active snowfall going on. Because the first thing that happens is visibility gets reduced. And it's like a dust storm. You people get fooled into thinking the car that they see up ahead is part of that the part of the line of traffic. Yeah. Exactly. And then people they actually will get distracted. Also by looking and seeing what you are doing in the name of going off the road themselves. Maybe even crashing into your cars into you. It's it's a bad situation. All around it's distracted driving. It's low visibility. Like, you said we cannot have you stopping on the side of a highway or freeway or interstate to play in the snow. There are designated snow play areas. Those are the places you need to go. They are set up to be safe away from traffic where you can enjoy yourself and then make it back home Cameron Lee public information officer for DPS joining us this morning and Arizona's morning news. Let me change gears a little bit with you Cameron. This is also December. It's a holiday party time. And a lot of companies will hold holiday parties on Friday and Saturday nights. I have to be honest with you, I get I I won't even drive on the one on one in Scottsdale in the evenings this time of year because you just you gotta be. Be so wear of somebody who might get behind the wheel and has has had too much to drink. It's it's something gotta be aware of all the time. But really in the month of December, especially on the weekends. Yeah. How unfortunate is that? You have to feel that way. I can tell you. We are very active all year round. But especially cognizant this time of year, we work heavily with our DUI task forces around the state here in the valley, partnering up with multiple agencies to go out and target. Do. You is get those people off of the road. You know, we arrest. A lot of the DUI's is annually. But what people have to realize is. They are the ones that contribute. The most to public safety. We cannot as a society make it, okay. Or allow it to be okay. Or think it's okay to get behind the wheel impaired. You know, I've seen the tragic results happen. We we've talked about it. We've talked about it on on this station people losing their lives because of one decision. There's really no excuse for it. There are rideshare programs out there. Uber lift whatever they are taxis to get home use them. That's what they're there. For trooper Cameron Lee joins us just one final question on that subject Cameron. If if I'm driving on the freeway, and I see somebody this is applicable anytime. And I see somebody that I think's driving a radically you want do you encourage motorists to call deep ES from their car phones. Absolutely. It's we we have seen this multiple ties where people will call in a reckless driver. We stop them. And guess what they do turn out to be impaired. Our eyes and ears are the public. You're out there. There's more of you than there are of us. Please call nine one one. If you see anything unsafe give us the best description of vehicle where you are what direction you're traveling approximate speeds. So that we can intercept that get it stops find out what's going on. And and getting impaired driver off the road. Absolutely. Well, we want everybody to be safe this weekend and all the time, and we cooperate with DPS your chances abstained save go up a whole bunch Cameron Lee trooper with DPS public information officer, we appreciate you being with us this.
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"I'm Jeremy foster. Here's our top story. We've got new information about yesterday's officer involved shooting in Phoenix the suspect who was shocked by police has died KTAR's Ashley flood joins us live with more. Ashley, Jeremy, a forty six year old man who carjacked a tractor trailer rig was shot and killed by an officer in a neighborhood near thirty Fifth Avenue and Thomas yesterday, an officer shot the man when he reached for his waistband and turned away from officers after failing to comply with their commands. It turned out the gun that was used when he stole the truck was a replica, but he also had ammunition magazines with live rounds. No officers were injured. Now, this is the forty first officer involved shooting and Phoenix. Meanwhile, protesters dropped one hundred foot banner that read stop Phoenix police violence over the I ten at seventh avenue live in the news center. Ashley, flood KTAR news KTAR is on the economy. One of the state's top business leader says the new trade deal between the US, Canada and Mexico. Co isn't perfect. But it's still the Super Bowl of trade. We get the latest on that live from KTAR's Jim cross German new agreements still has to be okay by lawmakers in each country and a chamber of commerce. President CEO Glenn hammer tells Ona's morning news in there that possibly will be tweaked as it moves through the United States Congress, but overall is a huge deal. One point two trillion dollars of trade between the United States, Mexico and Canada, and all of that should continue now hammer and also governor Ducey Mexico for a trade summit in Sonora live center. Jim cross KTAR news outgoing Arizona Senator Jeff flake says he'll continue to block the appointment of federal judges until there's a Senate vote to protect special counsel, Robert Muller. Like also said this about acting attorney general Matt Whitaker in regards to the molar pro Whitaker can decide what congress, and what congress doesn't see that's important. That is we think that it ought to be handled by somebody who has at least been confirmed by the Senate flake also told CNN this morning. He's not ruling out a twenty twenty presidential run valley hasn't seen. Air-quality this bad since twenty ten meteorologist pace with the department of environmental quality says the worst time of day to the out in it is early morning and the evening gas or electric burning instead of using that would it reduces emissions completely down to nothing. You can limit lady any fireworks that especially true. When we go into the New Year's holiday pay says the bad air can trigger asthma and decreased lung function. I'm not to get a check on traffic. Dani Sullivan joins us now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
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"Yeltsin Arizona's morning news and coming up the battle for Jeff flake Senate seat takes the spotlight that I when MC Sally and cinema face off in a debate. It's her choice to run those ads calling me morally bankrupt. Seriously, we have team coverage on this. And let's start that right now. Here's Jamie, west Arizona votes. Early ballots have begun arriving in mailboxes and the Arizona Senate race between Republican Martha mcsally and democrat Kirstin cinema is getting more heated by the day. They go head to head tonight debate KTAR Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage Jimmy one of the most important races nationally in the midterms sakes centerstage tonight in Arizona, Arizona PBS, and there's an Republic hosting the debate between the Martha mcsally and Kirsten cinema at six o'clock KTAR political expert, Michael Neal says he expects civil debate at least at the beginning. I think that could dissipate rather quickly if you if you have one candidate make a relatively mild charge against the. The other the tendency is to escalate and other MC Sally cinema will replace Republican Senator Jeff flake who decided not to seek reelection this year live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. All right. We will get back to Jeremy foster in just a moment. Right now. Let's check traffic. First time this morning and p FOX is in for Danny Selva this morning in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Good morning JP morning jemele right now, we have a disabled vehicle I ten westbound at sixty seventh avenue, it has the right lane blocked eastbound coming in from the west side things and looking good at the moment..
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"Arizona votes in depth. Arizona votes the race for Jeff flake Senate seat is about as close as it gets less than a month before the elections KTAR's. Jeremy foster joins us live with the results of the latest poll democrat Kirsten cinema with a three point lead over Republican Martha mcsally in the latest CBS news poll Jamie that is within the margin of error. Cinema is scheduled to join Arizona's morning news. A little after seven ten this morning. The poll of over a thousand registered voters also found fifty four percent Phileas zones economy isn't a pretty good place, which would appear to bode well for governor Ducey over seventy five percent say they're going to vote next month's midterms nearly half say they'll vote based on the direction of the country. Just ten percent. They'll do so based on how they feel about President Trump live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news may have been confirmed, but the controversy surrounding new supreme court Justice Brad Kavanagh, maybe far from over some Democrats are talking about the possibility of impeaching capital. If the party wins back the house in November, but they're making the midterm election, which is only a month away. Their main prior. Judge cavenaugh will begin hearing cases at the supreme court Tuesday. He says he plans to hire all women clerks. Stephanie Ramos ABC news, Washington is calling it the deadliest transportation accidents since two thousand nine a limousine carrying four sisters and their friends to a birthday party near Albany, New York. Blue stop sign hit another vehicle and to pedestrians in all twenty people were killed the crash, which is still under investigation happens. Saturday night KTAR is on parenting police were called to valley schools over the past week after reports have guns on campus things that deal with safety in the school actually start in the hall. Phoenix police sergeant Tommy Thompson says parents need to create an open dialogue with their kids about the consequences of bringing weapons to school. If parents have guns at home, they need to make sure that they're secured away from where the children can get to them and take them to school reiterate to your kids. They won't be in trouble. If they tell us. Adult when they see something wrong on campus, including bullying young people in their parents need this sit down and have Frank conversations about the issues. The kids are faced with Ashley flood KTAR news. There's a genius among us ASU. Professor Natalie Diaz has been named one of the twenty five recipients of a MacArthur foundation genius grant, she's a poet who writes about her experiences as a Mojave neighborhood of American and Hispanic woman poetry is one way. I sent her myself in my body, and the way that happens is that I really believe in the like the physical power of of poetry of language Diaz and the other recipients will get six hundred twenty five thousand dollars each over five years to continue their work or you hear about house. Fires all the time. Maybe even see the smoke. Sometimes this week is national fire prevention week and Tiffany Davalos with the department of forestry and.
Investigators trying to determine cause of deadly Arizona boat crash
"We're now hearing from witnesses of Saturday's deadly crash in the Colorado river near the Arizona. Call California border KTAR's, Jeremy foster joins us live with the latest lettera. Jamie was a horrific holiday weekend after the two boats carrying sixteen people between them collided all the people thrown into the water. No one was wearing life vests. The body of a California woman has been recovered three. Others are still missing nine were hurt to critically. Dave Dade was on another other boat in the river and says he saw the whole thing unfold.
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"In the morning on Arizona's morning news. Danny Sullivan's got the latest live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, it looks like I can got real heavy into separate sections. Eastbound I ten eighty third avenue the seventy Fifth Avenue to really packed there. And then it starts getting packed. I ten eastbound between nineteenth avenue and about sixteenth street. Now at sixteenth street. You've got some pipes or something in the roadway, and it's mainly in the HOV and left lane. See one and watch out for that plenty of slowing in the area there, you might want to stick with McDowell or van Buren right through that downtown area. This report it's brought to you by timeshare exit team. If your timeshare is holding you back from financial freedom get out call timeshare exit team at eight four four nine six three exit or visit timeshare exit team dot com. Dani Sullivan, KTAR news. Another chance for storms in the higher terrain and out to the east today. My buddy, he has very bright lights. He had his interior lights on his belt lightning stern light. So the lights were very bright. But I didn't see anything in front of him. All it sound like was just a freight train. I mean, it was just so loud. And right now investigators are still trying to determine what caused the crash live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news.
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"By Sunday I'm, ABC thirteen meteorologist Irish, their, most CEO And it's seven thirty three it is eighty degrees in cave creek Arizona boats the governor's race is set and a pair of longtime political experts say they have. A good idea, how things will play out. This fall our primary election coverage begins with KTAR Jeremy foster live Jimmy governor Ducey Democrat David. Garcia no problems in their respective primary races last night that sets the stage for what should. Be an entertaining next couple of. Months leading up to the mid terms and the state. Election in this case KTAR political experts stand Barnes and Michael Neale say Garcia recently calling. For is to be abolished will be a big issue he touched the left. Fringe of his own party and just completely burned his. Finger off in it's gonna, come back in. General elections can be a very important part of. The equation some unfortunate phraseology and he has some serious explaining to do to get out of it although Neil points out the red for Ed movement could work in his favor you can, see full election results at KTAR dot com. Live in the news center, Jeremy foster Katya A few moments after winning the democratic nomination last. Night David Garcia told KTAR his. Campaign is not about Republicans and Democrats but centers around. One theme education every family wants the same thing out of their public school they want. Their public schools to help their kids do better than they did in our. Campaign is going to welcome anybody who shares those values. And ready to see that, change in Arizona I can see it's a lot of money will be spent in a campaign to keep. Them off the ninth floor but says he'll use people power to rally support Arizona congresswoman Kirsten cinema wins the democratic. Ticket for, the Senate race to. Replace Jennifer Senator Jeff flake cinema tells ABC, fifteen Arizonans don't care if you're. A democrat or a Republican they just want real results travel. The state and here from everyday Arizonans I wanna make sure that our campaign is a hundred percent on solving there so we don't spend much time worrying about what other people are doing Cinema God more, than eighty two percent of the democratic vote Martha mcsally will represent Republicans in the US. Senate race cannot and I will not stay silent in the face Justice. Standing up for veterans protecting our, border and continuing her legacy of being a combat pilot Martha mcsally is trying to keep all her momentum focused on the November election I've worked, closely, with President Trump to cut taxes for working families create. Jobs secure the border on our veterans as she celebrated with her supporters last night she promised to always stand true, to her conservative values when I'm in the Senate I work, with him to confirm judges who up hold the constitution Ali vetnar KTAR news. You can get all of the primary, election results at KTAR dot com a horrific story, out of Orlando Florida to construction workers plummeted. To their deaths early this morning from the top of a hotel just outside DisneyWorld their scaffolding collapsed above. The sixth four a third worker managed to hang on inclined to save Well start mentally preparing now if. You're flying out of town for, the holiday weekend the trade group airlines for America projects sixteen and a half million passengers will fly US airlines over the Labor Day travel weekend, that, is a three and a half percent jumping airport crowds I'm. Going to be credited on your flight but airlines for America, says they're member carriers of added more than ninety two thousand more sleeves a day over what was flying the same time last. Year Andy Field ABC news KTAR news time. Seven thirty seven Thanks Jamie let's get. Back over to Detroit Dan who's in. The valley. Chevy dealers traffic.
Trump says Sessions should end special counsel investigation "right now"
"To you by, Howard air We're coming up on twelve o two. And one hundred one degrees in Phoenix new this afternoon the man accused of first degree murder in the death of Arizona department. Of public, safety trooper Tyler EDNA Hoffer last month is out of the hospital and is now in jail Isaac. King was transported to the mirror COPA county sheriff's, office jail to be booked in for the. Shooting death. Of the trooper police say king fought with several troopers before he pulled another trooper's gun and shot EDNA offer fatally hitting him. The Drapers feared world services will be on Friday and. There will be a public visitation tomorrow A deadly officer involved shooting in the. Valley last, night leaves one band dead and the key nine unit injured the incident happened near twenty seventh street. In baseline road Glendale police were searching for a, suspect who fled DRC custody back in February By city of Glendale police canine officer When I came over the wall shots were fired at, the Glenville officer by. The suspect sergeant John Roth was Glendale police. Says the suspect was shot and killed the canine was. Also shot but expected to be okay no further details is to why the twenty. Two year old suspect was behind bars a man is. Dead after a barricade situation in Tucson he was shot by police this morning after he came out of. A with two guns in his hands, no officers were hurt at Arizona band accused of subtle Yan addition to America's, deadliest mass shooter, as another status hearing in this case Douglas Haig of Mesa will be in, court once more on August twenty eighth. His trial has been postponed six times he's accused. Of conspiring to make and. Sell armor piercing ammunition to Stephen paddock Hake, says he sold the man tracer ammunition which lights up the path of fire bullets in October twenty seventeen paddock fired into the crowd at, a country music concert in Las Vegas killing fifty eight and wounding eight, hundred fifty one Kathy Klein. KTAR news had hoped to log on and download blueprints for three d. printer gun today forget, about it a federal. Judge has halted the distribution of the plan. The battle over the blueprints began in two thousand thirteen. When the founder of defense distributed invented the first pistol entirely created on a three. D. printer and then posted the design online the federal. Government called it illegal export of firearms but the courts later sided with defense distributed which claimed not second. Amendment protection of gun rights but I, haven't protection of speech that's ABC's Jim Ryan Arizona votes valley political expert says, Arizona will be, at the center of the political universe this fall right now democratic congresswoman Kirsten. Cinema has a four point lead over. Republican congresswoman Martha mcsally for Senator Jeff flake seed. In the latest ABC fifteen. OH predictive insights poll stand Barnes with copper, state consulting tells Arizona's morning news it's clear the balance of power in the Senate is at stake this November will be more money spent, on this US Senate seat than it's ever been Spent in Arizona history because of, that phenomenon it early voting for the twenty eighth. Primary elections is now underway Jeremy foster KTAR news as special counsel Robert Muller investigates Russian election, meddling and whether President Trump used Twitter to, intimidate, or, pressure attorney general. Jeff Sessions White House press secretary Sarah Sanders defended the president this morning. Had a tweet this, morning calling, on Torney general Jeff Sessions to end the Russia investigation it's not an order it's the president's opinion and it's ridiculous that all of the corruption and dishonesty that's gone on with the launching of the. Witch hunt the president wants to has watched this process play out. But he also wants to see it come to an end as he stated many times And we look forward to that happening in his, tweet this. Morning Trump called Robert Mueller's investigation Robert Muller's investigation rigged a federal appeals court ruled today that President Trump's, executive order about sanctuary cities is unconstitutional it was vile from President Trump cracking down on sanctuary cities but. His executive order in January twenty seventeen threatened to withhold funding from cities that limit cooperation with immigration authorities exceeded, the president's, authority by. Two to one vote the ninth US circuit court of appeals said that without congressional authorization the president cannot refuse to disperse federal. Grant money to achieve. A policy objective of, punishing cities that adopt so called sanctuary policies Aaron Katersky ABC news New York a couple of sports notes the. Coyotes will honor former captain Shane Don by retiree against, number nineteen jersey February twenty four ceremony will take place at Hilo river arena in Glendale When the, coyotes host the Winnipeg Jets don't spent his entire twenty one year National Hockey League career with the Jetson coyotes and will be the seventh player to have a. Number retired by the coyotes jets organization and the sports and entertainment, commission has announced that the late Arizona State University at cardinal star Pat Tillman as well as the Olympic gold medal swimmer Gary, Hall junior, former Arizona, Diamondbacks star. Mark grace there among those. Who have been elected to the twenty eighteen Arizona's sports hall of fame class, the induction. Ceremony will be held November first at the Scottsdale plaza resorts At twelve oh seven with traffic every. Six minutes. Here's Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic Senator Bob we still have that crash on the two zero two Santan transition, ramp to northbound, one zero, one it's not. Locking, it is off right but right sleet and just a bit our, latest crash chest. And Glendale at just west of fifty Fifth Avenue also seventy Fifth Avenue at Grand's a crash.
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"Morning it's nine twenty nine I'm Bob McClay here's. Our top story the White House is talking to. KTAR about the invitation extended to Russian leader Vladimir Putin KTAR's Jeremy foster joins us live Bob that, new seemed to shock director of national intelligence Dan coach yesterday when he was informed, about that during a public. Event Now White House deputy press secretary HOGAN Gidley this. Morning told, Arizona's morning news President Trump and Putin discussed a potential White House visit back in, March also of course. Director coach would be part of any, of those meetings once they've been. Set up he would be in any of the briefings in preparation talking about agendas and how we would move forward in. Those talks Gidley says no date has been set for wind Putin may come live in the news center Jeremy, foster KTAR news the New York Times at ABC news both reporting. That investigators have, discovered several, recordings allegedly made by President Trump's attorney. In which the president is talking about making payments to. A former, playboy model. Karen McDougal McDougal. Has previously claimed she. Had an affair with Trump a few more details about last night's deadly capsizing. Vote in Missouri that has left at least seventeen. People dead don't county sheriff Doug Rader saying two. More bodies were recovered overnight divers continue to search the area for more Missing people all, night and a very. Trying he says the duck boat is, sitting in about eighty feet of water among the victims of the boats driver the captain survived governor Mike Parsons but right now our main focus all of. Us should be at across this country should be our thoughts and our prayers should be with the members that, have been involved the family members are out there family members that. Are in the, hospital the, NTSB will have a team on the. Scene by the afternoon Ryan burrow ABC news Zone a ballot initiative now faces a lawsuit to clean energy for healthy Arizona. Received nearly five hundred thousand signatures. To get on, the ballot but a lawsuit filed yesterday suggested one hundred ninety five thousand of those signatures, belong to people outside of the state the signatures were.
Trump shares "very nice" letter from North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un
"That he and his house judiciary committee called exempt some big decisions to make if we find criminal activity going on here we're going to have to refer that over to the attorney general's office and see what jeff sessions and his team will do with that strikes former fbi lover lisa page is scheduled to testify president trump twit tweeted out a letter this morning that he says he's received from north korean leader kim jong un in the letter dated july the sixth says that his meeting with trump in singapore was the start of a meaningful journey wound refers to trump as quote your excellency and says he extends his convictions that another meeting between the two leaders is in the future ktar is on the economy under governor doug ducey is way again on a new report showing why arezzo china is a top place for business simply put he's not surprised cnbc ranked arizona twentieth on it's best state for business lists up six spots from last year the governor tells ktar more people are moving here and for good reason we've created over a hundred and sixty thousand private sector jobs in the last three years and had three hundred companies were you locate tarazona right now see says there are more jobs available than there are people to fill them adding the key moving forward is not increasing taxes or regulations jeremy foster ktar news well if you're hoping to get to a build a bear location today to take advantage of the pay your age event you are out of luck the company now says they can't accept anymore guest at any of their us locations due to crowd and safety concerns at build a bear the third arizona diamondbacks player is going to be headed to the major league baseball all star game in washington later this month pitcher zack greinke he has been named as a replacement attendee for the game he replaces chicago cubs starter john lester who was unavailable to pitch into game because the cubs moved up one of his starts and pitched him too late before the all star game grank he joins fellow dbox paul goldschmidt and patrick corbin on the national league team that follows seven with traffic every six minutes here's larry lewis live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center bob we got double trouble now ten westbound we've got.
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"And traffic now it's ten twenty nine i bob mcclay here's our top story the investigation continues into a massive grocery store fire in west phoenix john clapper lives near the safeway at thirty fifth avenue at northern that went up in flames last night he says he's still in shock to see how bad it is up close i mean i've seen stuff like this but to see it something like this up close in person it's just it's just awful meanwhile the phoenix fire department has confirmed that no one was killed or hurt in the fire firefighters are still investigating but believe a partial roof collapse new the back of the store broke a gas line and damaged the electrical box to start the fire they've declared the building eight total loss arizona senator john mccain could to take shots at president trump ktar's jeremy foster joins us live on mccain's latest critique bob mccain called the president's performance at nato over the last couple of days predictably disappointing although mccain didn't specify which party was referring to the president did say this morning he's committed to nato and even got us allies to commit to paying more for defense the president also talked this morning about his upcoming meeting with russian leader vladimir putin we want to find out about syria we will of course ask a favorite question about meddling i will be asking that question again and mccain said he hopes president trump holds putin accountable for his actions in the two thousand sixteen election when the two leaders get together monday in finland live in the news center jeremy foster ktar news the first fire chief to arrive at the world trade center on september eleventh two thousand one is retiring after thirty seven year career chief joe pfeiffer saw american flight eleven sliced through the world trade center and set up the command post in the north tower lobby where he watched his brother kevin head upstairs never to return those tragedies motivate us to move forward for could've retired seventeen years ago instead he created the fda unwise counterterrorism and emergency preparedness plans what i wound up saying and so many other people was how can i help now fire and police work more collaboratively firefighters are trained to anticipate threats all because of a chief who said he wanted to turn his traumatic memories into hope aaron katersky abc news new york time now to get a check on traffic here's dani sullivan live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center most of your free looking pretty good over on state route two thirty eight not so hot.
U.S. judge orders migrant families to be reunited
"The trump administration's been giving marching given marching orders and what to do about families separated at the border also a major upset in a primary working class americans want a clear champion now other top story and for jamie west here's jeremy foster ktar is on immigration a federal judge in san diego has ordered the us government to reunite families that were separated at the border and says it needs to be done on a fast track ktar's jim cross joins us live with more jim and jeremy rolling says parents and children cannot be held apart unless the parent is unfit or dangerous kids under five must be reunited with their parents within fourteen days abc's elizabeth her says those over five have to be reunited with her parents within thirty days according to that judge the government has an obligation to track and reunify these families and ruling says it must happen within a month memo of the house expected to vote as soon as today on immigration bill that would end the separation of migrant children from their parents and provide twenty five billion funding for the president's border wall it's not expected to pass in the meantime the us senate now working on their own solution live in the news center jim cross ktar news and this just in one week after visiting detention centre housing immigrants in south texas first lady melania trump plans to visit an other facility on the us southern border this trip will come at some point this week but the white house has not yet released any details i'm guessing that the the office of the first lady might actually have a couple of suggestions on what to wear this time around as well here's dani sullivan in the valley chevy dealers traffic center it's pretty busy out there jim right now you've got this accident on us sixty westbound at gilbert it's all off to the right hand side of the freeway but you still have a mile heavy slowing in the area over on i ten we just got a new wreck i ten it's on the westbound side at sixty seven th avenue the right lane is blocked i don't see much of a delay there but i do see a heavy slow down seventeen southbound between mcdowell and about seven th avenue you got a couple of obstacles along the way one is a crash southbound at grant street near van buren that's all off to the right hand side of the freeway now and then some debris on the roadway i seventeen southbound at seventh avenue now it looks like most of the debris out of your way but you still have some vehicles off to the right hand side of the freeway causing a lot of curiosity this report is brought to you by maricopa county air quality help keep ozone away commit to one day walk to nearby locations instead of driving increase the number of steps on your pedometer and improves your health for more information go to clean air.
Scalise back on baseball field a year after shooting
"Was sixteen thousand seven hundred fifty dollars euro blumquist with adam data solutions tells ktar that represents seven and a half percent of the median home price of just under two hundred and fifty grant here in the valley and ideal down payment i think is around the three to five percent level especially for first time homebuyers blumquist also says homeowners here tapping into their home's equity he locks up twenty percent from a year ago compared to fourteen percent nationwide jeremy foster ktar news just one year after a gunman opened fire on a congressional baseball team practice lawmakers will take the field again tonight in washington dc arizona senator jeff flake who was there that day says congressman steve scalise was injured in the shooting is not well enough to be back on the field this morning steve out on the field the plan catching cnn bat i mean it's a good thing scalise was shot in the hip and spent months in recovery i'm not get a check on traffic here's dani sullivan live from the valley chevy dealers traffic center in.
Officials: Border agent was attacked by several assailants
"In the news center nylon ktar news there's new information about the shooting of a border patrol agent in southern arizona tucson sector says the wounded agent is in stable condition and in good spirits the agent is a trained paramedic and was able to get to his vehicle and administer first aid after being shot up patrolling a remote area alone near era vodka border patrol says the agent was attacked by an unknown a number of assailant striking him several times several people were arrested in the area on immigration charges but so far not been connected to the shooting jeremy foster ktar news president trump is back in washington now after his summit in singapore with north korean leader kim jong un vice president mike pence is weighing in on the summit as we move forward the negotiations we now will trust but verify our sanctions will remain in place until north korea's nuclear weapons are no longer a factor pence told the southern baptist convention today that the meetings were direct honest provocative and productive senate democrats are introducing an amendment to prevent president trump from withdrawing u us troops from south korea unless it's in the us national security interest senate foreign relations committee chairman bob corker says he's taking a wait and see approach i don't even know again if that's real again i don't typically again mattis or pompeii or somebody over reagan vein and we'll say cars the move is in response to comments that president trump has made since the summit with north korean leader kim jong un that the us will stop quote socalled war games over the korean peninsula if kim starts denuclearization of north korea president trump's former personal attorney is now expected to work with federal prosecutors who are investigating in the law firm that has been representing michael cohen is not expected to represent him going forward and no replacement attorneys have been named instead we're told cohen is likely to begin cooperating with federal prosecutors in new york who have been building a criminal case against him white house aides have long told us they're more concerned about what cohen knows than about anything that has been across the desk of special counsel robert muller that's abc's aaron katersky because of arizona's longterm dropped the the communities of pine and strawberry are being asked to curb their water usage those communities are now under a mandatory outdoor water use restriction until further notice the pine strawberry water improvement district wants to limit watering of lawns and gardens and washing cars until significant monsoon rainfall helps ease the problem the ground is baked.
Uber shutters self-driving program in Arizona
"Bob mcclay here's our top story uber is pulling the plug on self driving test in arizona ktar jeremy foster joins us live that's right and it comes a couple of months after a deadly crash in tempe involving an autonomous vehicle and pedestrian bob uber confirmed ktar this morning it's formally ending selfdriving operations in arizona which will affect roughly three hundred employees governor ducey suspended the driverless road test after marches incident today he says public safety remains his top priority uber also says it plans to hire an additional seventy employees in arizona between now and the end of the year in other areas live in the news center jeremy foster ktar news the national football league has announced that super bowl fifty seven will be played in glendale in twenty twenty three arizona cardinals president and ceo michael bidwell joined the nfl network this morning it was unanimous vote i think it shows that we've done a good job in the past and the owners have faith in arizona doing a great job next time around and we committed to make it bigger better arizona will join south florida new orleans los angeles and tampa bay.
White House lays out DACA deal asks
"Triage it comes as agents get ready to deal with summertime emergency calls in the coming months the training said to be helpful because of the limited law enforcement presence in the rural border areas jeremy foster ktar news the white house putting together an immigration package the package focuses on deterring further illegal immigration and it does not appear to include a solution for dauga however phoenix immigration attorney marguerite de silva says for now people are still being allowed to renew nobody knew is allowed to apply and they've been clear with that since late last year that's thanks to federal judge ordering the trump administration to continue accepting renewal applications while legal challenges continue were operating as usual meaning we're sending in the applicator were expecting to get to your approval back in the mail silva says she's hopeful congress will ultimately pass a permanent solution for dhaka result the psotino ktar news if one group has its way public utilities in arizona would have to get at least half their power from renewable energy sources by twenty thirty a new asu report claims that proposal from clean energy for a healthy arizona could hurt our state economically matthew benson arizonans for affordable electricity doesn't like.