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Questions you need to be asking employers regarding the Pandemic
"Good morning friends. It is Wednesday in it is time for another episode of our job search advice podcast up so that we do weekly every Wednesday and it comes out every Wednesday at seven eight am, and this is really just an opportunity to try to do as much as we can on our end to help you as you might be going through a job search or even considering a new opportunity or maybe. You're in a position where you feel like you need to pivot your career because the pandemic because of the changes that have occurred everything is very chaotic, and so we wanted to try to level the field a little bit by providing you with as much information as we can on the job surge in the career search some career advice that kind of stuff. So this one's going to be relatively short because I'm. kind of relates the idea of the employment brand. Now, if you haven't been following any recruiters only ten for the past number of years, you may not have seen a lot of these posts about recruitment marketing, employment branding, and fact it's really why my career fit actually exist in the sense that we help employers tell you about what they're like more than just what you're going to find a job description more about their culture and their mission and the vision. That's what that's about. But what's interesting because of the pandemic Mark Cuban actually the the businessman famous business guy. Quoted I. Think this was probably right around the beginning of April. So not long after the coronavirus hit hit the United States he came out and said how companies respond to this crisis is going to define their brand for decades and if you didn't take care of your employs or stakeholders and put them first, you were that company. So. Basically his idea was to say, look you better be taking care of your people as best as you possibly can during this pandemic because if you don't, it's going to come back to haunt you and you're going to have a really hard time hiring people because they're going to be wondering, how did you treat your people during the pandemic? So I wanted to provide a few questions that you can ask during the interview now and even later down the road even maybe after this whole pandemic has over still some questions that you can continue to ask potential employers that you are considering. How they treated their employees, how they handled the pandemic. In, these questions actually come from Amanda Webb. She's the head of people at a company called Jim Sharpe. And she had posted these questions on twitter and I'll give you the whole read but also obviously provide you the questions to but her her tweet was this. The actions of employers is speaking a thousand words. At the moment we must remember this when applying for new roles. So here's some key questions for the interview e to ask the interviewer it could be this. What initiatives did you put in place for your employees during Kovin? What business is were most represented during cove it and what behaviors did the leadership team demonstrate when making difficult business decisions during cove. and. The last question was, how did you communicate with your employees during covert? So I. Think these are fantastic questions because it really get to the heart of the employer and how they cared for their employees. Did they just say they were care for their employees or did they really take action and? Whether actions backed up by their company values their guiding principles, their mission and their vision. Really. One thing like for a great example, this airbnb when they started to lay people off because of the pandemic. They created what they call the AIRBNB alumni list, and basically this was a long list that I believe they actually made public through Google doc where recruiters employers could go and find employees who were being laid off at Airbnb and they made their information public. So you had access to their job title what they did their contact information, and maybe even a link to a resume. was a fantastic way of supporting their employs during that time. So these are some great questions I think they're once you definitely need to ask when you go in for your interview or when you even interview on the phone and certainly if you're interviewing by zoom.
Questions you need to be asking employers regarding the Pandemic
"Good morning friends. It is Wednesday in it is time for another episode of our job search advice podcast up so that we do weekly every Wednesday and it comes out every Wednesday at seven eight am, and this is really just an opportunity to try to do as much as we can on our end to help you as you might be going through a job search or even considering a new opportunity or maybe. You're in a position where you feel like you need to pivot your career because the pandemic because of the changes that have occurred everything is very chaotic, and so we wanted to try to level the field a little bit by providing you with as much information as we can on the job surge in the career search some career advice that kind of stuff. So this one's going to be relatively short because I'm. kind of relates the idea of the employment brand. Now, if you haven't been following any recruiters only ten for the past number of years, you may not have seen a lot of these posts about recruitment marketing, employment branding, and fact it's really why my career fit actually exist in the sense that we help employers tell you about what they're like more than just what you're going to find a job description more about their culture and their mission and the vision. That's what that's about. But what's interesting because of the pandemic Mark Cuban actually the the businessman famous business guy. Quoted I. Think this was probably right around the beginning of April. So not long after the coronavirus hit hit the United States he came out and said how companies respond to this crisis is going to define their brand for decades and if you didn't take care of your employs or stakeholders and put them first, you were that company. So. Basically his idea was to say, look you better be taking care of your people as best as you possibly can during this pandemic because if you don't, it's going to come back to haunt you and you're going to have a really hard time hiring people because they're going to be wondering, how did you treat your people during the pandemic? So I wanted to provide a few questions that you can ask during the interview now and even later down the road even maybe after this whole pandemic has over still some questions that you can continue to ask potential employers that you are considering. How they treated their employees, how they handled the pandemic. In, these questions actually come from Amanda Webb. She's the head of people at a company called Jim Sharpe. And she had posted these questions on twitter and I'll give you the whole read but also obviously provide you the questions to but her her tweet was this. The actions of employers is speaking a thousand words. At the moment we must remember this when applying for new roles. So here's some key questions for the interview e to ask the interviewer it could be this. What initiatives did you put in place for your employees during Kovin? What business is were most represented during cove it and what behaviors did the leadership team demonstrate when making difficult business decisions during cove. and. The last question was, how did you communicate with your employees during covert? So I. Think these are fantastic questions because it really get to the heart of the employer and how they cared for their employees. Did they just say they were care for their employees or did they really take action and? Whether actions backed up by their company values their guiding principles, their mission and their vision. Really. One thing like for a great example, this airbnb when they started to lay people off because of the pandemic. They created what they call the AIRBNB alumni list, and basically this was a long list that I believe they actually made public through Google doc where recruiters employers could go and find employees who were being laid off at Airbnb and they made their information public. So you had access to their job title what they did their contact information, and maybe even a link to a resume. was a fantastic way of supporting their employs during that time.
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"West with Jim Sharpe and this is Arizona's morning news Friday may eighth barbers and salons may reopen that's right you can stop wearing a hat all the time soon and you'll be able to also go out to eat Monday may eleventh dine in services can reopen governor Doug Ducey making a very welcome announcement laying out plans for Arizona's re opening and president trump is traveling cross country this morning for the very first time since the outbreak and he's making that trip to Phoenix to visit Honeywell for so many years they've been at the forefront of innovation here in greater Phoenix that story coming up right after we check in with detour down beach for traffic now our top story coronavirus in Arizona get your hair cut get something to eat and head home that's where it's safe Arizona governor Doug Ducey announcing new re opening dates for dining in and getting your hair dyed starting this Friday salons and barbershops could re open there will be public health protections there will be a reduced capacity enhanced sanitation protocols masks physical distancing yeah depending on occupancy level business by appointment starting Monday may eleventh you can go out to eat with some restrictions including checking staffer symptoms diners can expect to see several changes including social distancing disposable menus and no condiments on the table should you want that's a little sauce or Tabasco will bring it out to you either in a disposable cups or we will bring the bottle out after to Janet tight the same thing the phone pepper Arizona restaurant association president and CEO Steve Chokri tells KTA hours Gatos and chat show kitchen workers will wear face masks and plastic gloves he had restaurants already held a high health standards but owners agree cleanliness is the top priority German foster KTAR news Maricopa county sheriff Paul Penzone says he trusts the governor and his team but he tells Katie ours Mike Broomhead show we still looking at the constitutionality of Arizona state home order the email out last week to Alistair dollar county attorneys including forget it will take that position let's understand what elements could potentially fall into that space and let's not assume that meanwhile his own says his department's focus is promoting responsible behavior during the pandemic and leaving legal decisions up to prosecutors while we continue to keep you updated on the very latest developments here on K. T. A. R. as well as today's presidential visit you can.
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"Good morning i'm jim sharpe euless in arizona's morning news and part two of the first democratic debate had the former vice president defending his boss president obama i think did a heck of a job to compare him to what what this guy's doing exactly i find immoral but i it can't handle the fouls ends of migrants jamir across our southern border but it will help a little we're getting a look today a new migrant detention center in yuma it's our top story and here's jamie west arizona's immigration crisis sector has seen an unprecedented number of migrant families mainly from central america now a temporary processing facility is opening k._t._a._r. jim cross is there live and we'll get a tour this morning and begins our team coverage jamie this year forty three thousand people part of the family unit category apprehended since october saint timeframe year ago eight thousand people the new migrant centre here at border patrol headquarters is designed to handle five hundred people beds showers a laundry their border patrol agent jose era says only seven percent of the migrants that are being apprehended are climbing asylum and then we asked her people why they don't they why no if i clean the phone i have to stay in your custody u._s. border patrol longer than than i need you and any says almost forty thousand migrants have been released across arizona since december and about ninety percent are not showing up for their court date why haven't you emma border patrol headquarters jim cross k._t._a._r. news mayor hopes the new temporary shelter for migrants alleviate the burden they've put on his community on profits and shelter system have spent over seven hundred thousand dollars in the three months donated ninety three thousand pounds of food and clothing there doug nicholls hopes the large tent will allow border patrol more time to process migrants so they're not so quickly released into yuma the shelter comes as congress approved a four point six billion dollar emergency border package the victory everyone recognizing that this is an issue and we've got a figure out i'd do it together because we can't do it apart huma has not raised taxes to bear the burden peter say more k._t._a._r. news and i'm k._t._a._r.'s jeremy foster the democrat controlled house sitting president trump a four point six billion dollar bi partisan senate bill to care for migrants detained at the southern border it was on a republican congressman andy biggs says this bill does some good things but he still voted against it narrows this is kind of solution to a humanitarian crisis with reality is is reducing the funding in areas that the president is asked for to fund ice or patrol customs agents president trump tweeted out his approval of the bill but says they now have to get rid of loopholes and fix asylum live in the news center jeremy foster k._t._a._r. news.
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"Jim Sharpe. Yasin Arizona's morning news coming up some Phoenix. Police officers have been taken off the streets, put on death's duty because what have they posted on their social media accounts. But I as the president plans to move forward with tariffs on Mexico's imports, senators, Lindsey Graham, and Martha mcsally had a lot to say about it during a town hall hope we can have a break here that doesn't include the tariffs going into effect. It's our top story. And here's Jimmy west. Arizona's immigration crisis. Arizona Republican Senator Martha mcsally says, she shares the president's frustration with the border, but hopes he will not follow through on his threat of putting a five percent tariff on Mexican products starting Monday, we have expanded coverage beginning live with KTAR Jim cross Jamie McKinley held one hour long telephone town hall last night with South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham accelerate says more pressure needs to be cranked up on Mexico to secure at southern border and stop the flow of Central American migrants to the US. I don't think solution to address the tacked on Arizona's at the tax on Arizona's hardworking families in order to address the border crisis. Mean Mexico's foreign minister will meet with secretary of state. Mike Pompeo today in the nation's capital to try to reach an agreement that could hold off escalating the tariffs on Mexico live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news of young illegal immigrants in Arizona may be one step closer to citizenship in the US congress has passed the American dream and promise act of twenty nineteen Arizona's congressman Greg Stanton cosponsored the Bill, and he tells KTAR, great win for tone, in particular, because we have one of the highest percentages of Dhaka eligible residents, however his colleagues across the aisle, like Arizona, congressman Paul gosar. Don't agree Democrats are affectively, inviting the mass migration illegal immigrants across our border states, including Zona Adele, now heads to the Senate. It's five oh two. Let's get our first look at traffic.
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"Morning news. Jim Sharpe joins us with his sharper point, presented by shorts laser eye center ahead hundred called me a few years ago about a major media company wanting to hire me to do a morning show in Los Angeles. I grew up in Arizona. I know that places a pit. So there is no way. I was taking that job until they picked me up at a limo at the airport showed me a studio that overlooked, the one brothers back lot and stars in my eyes. I took the job politicians in California didn't have stars in their eyes when they legalized recreational marijuana they had dollar signs in their eyes, and it does advising, but just released state budget documents show that the California governor's office is scaling back cannabis tax revenue projections to the tune of two hundred twenty three million dollars slower than. Pot sales are punching a giant hole in California's budget. What the heck California legal pot would seem to go together like peanut butter, and well anything if you have the munchies people aren't buying California's legal weed because like everything else there. It's too expensive eight books Joe. This is worth forty tops, bro. You don't feel like getting I there's nothing worse than stone or sticker shock in some California communities cannabis consumers are paying taxes that are as high as fifty percent so tokens are buying their pod. From the do down the street again, I'm a business hippie. I understand the confidence plan to man, you know, marijuana legalization will probably be on next year's ballot here in Arizona. And one of the arguments for legalisation is that it takes the drug cartels out of the equation, unless you tax the heck out of it. So when you hear people say things like we should legalize it into the heck out of it. Just remember our neighbors to the west where high taxes can even screw up legal weed and California a match that would seem to be made in heaven. Join jim. Sharpen Jamie west Monday morning at five for Arizona's morning news on KTAR news. Arizona's immigration crisis. Recapping our top story at ten P construction firm has filed to protest with the government accountability office. Fisher industries claims the army corps of engineers, wrongly excluded. It's bids onto border wall projects wanted New Mexico that is being re solicited and another one in Yuma. Under reconsideration Fisher, showed members of congress and homeland security officials that it can build two hundred eighteen miles of border barrier for about three point three one billion dollars US border patrol officials are issuing their annual safety warnings to buy grins who plan to illegally cross the border in remote areas of southern Arizona border patrols in Tucson say. The summer heat is deadly and it can take up to five days for someone to reach a road. They say they hope this message will reach migrants in Central America through videos.
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"Jim Sharpe. You listen. Arizona's morning news coming up what is going on at Lewes prison in Buckeye. I sell doors will lock now a correctional officer has been stabbed. But first stunning new numbers this morning from border patrol. Our apprehension numbers are off the charts compared to recent years. That's our top story. And here's Jamie west. Arizona's immigration crisis. The southern United States border is on track to see more than a million migrants. Apprehended by the end of the year. Almost one hundred ten thousand were detained just last month. Let's go live to KTAR Jim cross for more Jamie, April, the highest number of monthly apprehensions in twelve years on the US Mexico border border patrol chief Kurla provost went before a Senate subcommittee yesterday to tell them what border agents are facing when they're stretched very thin, and what this humanitarian a national security crisis leading with additional manpower. Field commanders have had to pull agents off the border. Reduced has force participation postponed training and closed checkpoints. We cannot address this crisis by simply shifting more resources or building more facilities mouth. This huge surge. Border arrests in the last couple of months a stunning reversal from two thousand seventeen when border arrest fell to the lowest level in forty six years live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news KTAR, Jeremy foster. And the common refrain coming from Capitol Hill is congress needs to act now for anything meaningful to get done on the board or the question is what that will take. And here's what he was on a Republican Senator Martha mcsally told zone as morning news. The American people putting pressure on the Democrats to say stop playing games come to the table, close a loophole secure the border because I was says you're welcome any member of congress who wants to see for themselves. What's happening on the border to travel to AirAsia live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news. Jeremy at eight oh two. Here's detour.
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"Sixty. I'm Jim Sharpe. That's one of the stories. We're following first. A check on traffic freeway sounds before locadia boulevard and instant nita's an accident clearing stages now, but traffic is slow from Pella my airport road five freeway, southbound just past the Coronado bridge. Earlier crash pushed to the right shoulder, but heads up there for a little bit of extra slowing. This report. Sponsored by Archie block and brick a fresh new look in retaining walls is now available at our fee block and brick the smooth clean lines of the keystone Stonegate wall. Available only and Arshi p block and brick. It's been six months since the campfire blazed through paradise California destroying just about everything in its path. Eighty five people were killed in eighteen thousand structures were destroyed. CBS news Steve Futterman. Revisited the town today and found out recovery is not coming easy. In addition to rebuilding paradises dealing with major contamination to its water systems, still don't drink. It don't cook. With it before you're creating the toxic cocktail that was sucked into water pipes. The people back living here have adjusted. Well, we we got gotta tank. There was also a water distribution center. Michael Lulu is a city councilman. There's going to be a solution. But it could take two years and millions of dollars to make the system safe. Steve Futterman, CBS news paradise California a scare downtown last night. After a bomb was mistaken for a rifle. Police got reports of a man pointing what looks like a rifle and officers from a hotel window was around six thirty the palms hotel. Tell on park boulevard police surrounded the area and eventually arrested two people inside the hotel room. One of them has since been released. Police say what people thought was a gun turned out to be a replica that can also be used to smoke marijuana. AM seven sixty micro-climate forecast night morning, low clouds temperatures, dropping into the fifties and most areas overnight and those clouds will linger.
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"Jim Sharpe. You listening to Arizona's morning news. And it's gonna be a busy weekend in our parks and campgrounds and firefighters are keeping their fingers crossed that. It isn't a busy weekend for them to zone. Can now afford to get complacent. That's our top story. Here's Jimmy west galop, Arizona about the southern third of our state is at above normal wildfire danger through July it's getting drier by day. Our fire expert KTAR Jim cross is live with more, Jamie. The big winner. Rainfall best in years big crop of brushing grass across the desert across the state Wickenburg and women so far three fires already threatening homes. Major power transmission line into the bathroom days ago. Definitely Davila with there's a forestry says all we're human caused a debris fire got away on one case, welding and barbecue started the other two fires. If you're debris burning just use caution half that. Water source available. Don't burn on windy days, and you have to get a permit. So check with your local fire department because you do need burn permit. Not unlike last year this time there are no restrictions on state and federal land that will change as we go along in the next few days or weeks, Maricopa County parks have ban. Fires as of last Wednesday. That's a month ahead of usual. Live in the news center, jump cross KTAR news. All right. It is six oh one. Let's get our first look at traffic this morning from detour Dan who's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, but first let's get our first look at the calendar. All right into the week. Right. I think I'm good morning. Good morning to you, Jamie. Good morning fog. Good because you've been bacon. And that means bacon as in meat. I mean, vacant making anyone's good. Yeah. Well, let's celebrate. friday. Have a yearly you to get to that. Art. Well, listen, that's only because the traffic ain't got much to it. One to one. We had a wreck westbound approaching nineteenth avenue. It's gone. That leaves us just one other grand avenue westbound, this is going to be near US, sixty grand avenue near state route seventy one mile marker eighty six a wreck off right? It's not even blocking and ate at McDonalds. You got a crash this traffic report brought.
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"But now, it's Jim Sharpe. From Arizona's morning news. And his sharper point presented by Schwartz laser eye center. There was no evidence of the Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government that anybody really think US attorney general William bar was going to this morning announce the Donald Trump and his minions worked with the Russians to win the two thousand sixteen elections. No. But it does appear after an almost two year investigation that Trump didn't at least in a criminal way. Are we focusing on the wrong things though, remember special counsel? Robert Muller team were also investigating. Russia hacking Clinton campaign emails, and how the Russi's manipulated the two thousand sixteen election or more correctly manipulated the minds of voters in two thousand sixteen because the internet research agency wasn't stuffing the ballot box, nor were they actually taken over our TVs and radios like the joker in a Batman movie, the Russian sow discord by placing misinformation in the corner of the internet that's already been used to convince people that nine eleven was a government conspiracy. And that vaccines cause autism. We need to get to the bottom of that we need to hold congressional hearings on how to bring the Russians to Justice how to punish a country that still thinks it's an Cold War where the US how to make Vladimir Putin pay a huge price unless he turns over some of these people and takes a solemn oath to never ever try to pull off this crap again. And maybe maybe just a hearing about how gullible some Americans are. Instead, we'll be focused on special council found. No collusion. Yeah. Democrats will still want more hearings and Republicans will want investigations investigating the investigation. We really should be. Circling our wagons and shooting outward toward the Russians. Instead, we'll shoot inward like a circular firing squad and the Russians will continue high fiving each other saying mission accomplished accommodate doing Tim sharpen Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for China's morning news on KTAR news. It is five eleven Arizona. House members today voted to approve a Bill to ban any behavior. Distracting drivers like tuning the radio or yelling at your kids in the backseat a separate Bill banning the use of cell phones, while driving also passed news statistics from immigrations and customs customs enforcement, say twenty five thousand five hundred migrants have been dropped off in Arizona since December twenty first that is an increase of more than eighteen hundred in a span of ten days since its last report that included figures through April eighth a total of one hundred forty six thousand migrants have been dropped off nationwide. During that time span sixty thousand in San Antonio, forty six thousand El Paso, and. Fourteen thousand in San Diego. We have an update to an earlier story. The eight year old child believed to have measles has actually been diagnosed with strep throat Yuma border patrol says that this was discovered after further medical evaluation this child and her father were part of a group of thirty nine migrants illegally crossing the Colorado river, the group surrendered to border patrol President Trump avoiding reporters after the Muller report today and instead reacting on Twitter. Maybe sees Andy Field is in Washington. The president tweeting on the air on his way to resort home in Florida, quoting a Fox News commentator who wrote Donald Trump was being framed he fought back that is not obstruction the president saying he had a right to end what he called a witch hunt. And that he could have fired everyone including Robert Mueller, but chose not to. Here's what we're working on for you this afternoon in the KTAR newsroom. Harrison is immigration crisis zone is congressional delegate delegation is unanimous. We have a humanitarian crisis at the US Mexico border. They also want to spend some money to boost federal staffing their Mesa Republican. Andy Biggs says start with the border patrol. Incentivize people.
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"Jim Sharpe joins us with his sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser eye center. VX police are not recommending the charges be brought against former university of Arizona and NBA star. Mike Bibby those charges would have been in relation to allegations made by a teacher at shadow mountain high home of the state champion shadow mountain boys basketball team the five times in six years state champs under coach Mike Bibby that female teachers says that on February afternoon in two thousand seventeen Mike Bibby while intoxicated on campus yet her into his car groped her and rub his genitals on her. She filed a police report. And was granted a protective order against Bibi this past February continued uninvited appearances in her classroom. She says led to her to file the protective order, I'm not happy. But KTAR legal analyst Monica Lindstrom says police didn't have enough to go on say that there's not enough probable cause. That's the benchmarks on. None of set at the police, but I'm still upset because according to the victim after groping her Bibi followed her towards a school building grabbed his genitals in yelled obscenities in front of a school employees later. She said she got the thumbs up from shadow mountain athletic director, Mike Warren, would it Bibi's behest. She told Warren that she wasn't going to tell on Bibi did administrator at that high school and other employees. No, two years before Bibi was removed from his volunteer coaching position that he had at the very least been intoxicated on campus, yelling obscenities. No, I'm not mad at the cops. I'm mad at the people who seem to be willing to put kids teachers district employees endanger because they wanted the fairy story of Mike Bibby to continue a millionaire former student who came back home to coaches highschool to amazing heights. When actually it sounds like he was taking shadow mountain high school standards to new lows. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west Monday morning at five for Arizona's morning news on KTAR news. Recapping our top story for people are. Dead as the result of a shooting incidents near sixty seventh avenue and Indian school road. The dead include a man woman and two young girls. Police believed the gunman thought his wife was having an affair a strange arrest out of Phoenix sky harbor international airport at happened yesterday morning Phoenix police say at twenty five year old man was touching passengers faces and spraying something from a spray bottle on them while they were on a plane landing from Minnesota. The man also was reported to have jumped out the service door from the aircraft workers stopped him and turned him over to police. He is facing trespassing charges. One person is fighting for their life after getting hit by a train happened this morning at sixty seven th avenue and northern according to Glendale police the accident forced the closure of that intersection for several hours closing in on the weekend zone..
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"Friday. I'm Jim Sharpe. You listen. Arizona's morning news. Arizona's public school system being sued over the way, your kids are taught about HIV and aids, but first mirror COPA counties. Top cop worried about all those migrants being dropped off in the valley by immigration and customs enforcement and how it's affecting crime here. That's our top story. And here's Jamie, west KTAR is and immigration nearly nineteen thousand migrants have been released in Arizona since late December. Sheriff Paul Penzone says it hasn't significantly impacted communities, but he worries about how unprepared our state is to manage. The large numbers. We start our team coverage of the border crisis live with KTAR Jim cross, Jamie. The sheriff telling KTAR's MAC and Gaydos. He doesn't blame is. He says this country has an immigration problem called on lawmakers to stop being partisan and start funding solutions, meaning that we have to do more to secure borders through multiple resources, not just one we have to do more to get our immigration laws and processes to be current and to be to meet the needs of our current challenges. Now, the sheriff says you can't have a volume of people dropped off into a population and say fend for yourself and not think it won't affect crime rates in the quality of life for that community live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. I knew Bill working its way through congress would get dreamers away to become legal, and it could have a big impact in Arizona about sixty three thousand dreamers. That's how many young undocumented immigrants would benefit from the dream and promise act, Nicole Slanco with these center for American progress says that's based on a recent analysis by her group and in terms of the economic benefits. They're really huge. She says every year Arezzo dreamers are contributing millions of dollars in taxes and their spending power tops one billion dollars. She says if the Bill passes those tax contributions that amount of money that's put into the economy in terms of spending power would likely increase result. The Psotino KTAR news. Thank you. Let's get over to detour Dan now in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. All right. It's a Friday morning. We're in the seven o'clock hour,.
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"Jim Sharpe. That's got headline. These. Search is on for a u haul truck driver who crashed into the front entrance of a county, health and human services building in Kearney. Mesa this morning, and what police believe could be an intentional act. The office of the housing and community development services on Ruffin road was shut down. After the rental truck crashed into the building at six this morning. No injuries were reported. The driver fled on foot, a two car crash and choice view today. As left one of the drivers dead. The collision occurred at around two thirty at the intersection of forty seventh street and hilltop drive. A woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The other driver was treated for non-life threatening injuries. San Diego is considering allowing cannabis businesses to open lounges where customers can smoke or eat the product on some members of the San Diego city council say they are open to the proposal. But what more information you're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the winner winnable show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Tell you about it. Then we talk about it. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Seven sixty traffic. I fifteen southbound fifty two freeway interchange, an accident center divider where the cars are now left lane. Maybe black as emergency personnel. Traffic. Very heavy from wants to key three San Marcos. Seventy eight freeway eastbound twin oaks family wrote a crash right shoulder and five of the fifty two in Mission Bay an accident there. This report sponsored by indeed dot com. Are you hiring within minutes of.
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"Jim Sharpe. You're listening to Arizona's morning news and coming up a horrific attack on two mosques in New Zealand. I'm sixty six the to see somewhat this New Zealand forty nine people are dead. It is clear that this canal only be described as a terrorist attack. This is our top story. Here's Jayme west terror in New Zealand, unlike anything that we have experienced before dozens dead even more hurt after a terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand. Let's go live to KTAR Jim cross for the very latest Jamie shootings at two mosques in Christ's church. New Zealand forty nine dead. Fifty reportedly injured police have three suspects in custody. One of them strain, the attack on social media for more than fifteen minutes. Former FBI special agent Steve Gomez says the investigators will question the suspects about their motive, and they're probably going to want to talk to investigators want to speak about what their reasoning was for committing this attack. So they're going to get to hear about what that motive is. So that's. Very important. In addition to the fact that they are going to point the investigators to a ton of evidence probably just through their statements now man who claimed responsibility for the shootings left a seventy four page anti-immigrant manifesto, which he explained who he is and his reasoning for the attack. He says he was twenty eight year old white Australian and racist live the news center. Jim cross KTAR news ABC news chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas says the New Zealand terror suspect was allegedly inspired by another mass murderer the white supremacists. Who killed all those people in Norway in two thousand eleven and just last month. We had a Coast Guard Lieutenant accused of plotting to kill democratic politicians and he studied graphic as well. Keep it here on KTAR for the very latest on this developing story. It is six oh two. And we're saying good morning now to detour.
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"But now Jim Sharpe from Arizona's morning news joins us with his sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser eye center. Five found out the government wanted to charge me with federal crimes while I was out of the country. I think twice about coming back to this country. One famous person caught up in that college admissions cheating scandal found herself out of pocket. Actress Laurie Laughlin was filming in Canada. When the charges were announced she has since returned to the country. Surrender to federal authorities in Los Angeles along with an Becky of full house. Desperate housewife, Felicity Huffman, also facing charges. Her husband fellow actor William H Macy hasn't been arrested or charged. So we really appreciate him trying to explain how the whole scheme worked see is bringing you this deal for you to loan me the money to put in. Okay. Pay you back the principal and interest. Okay. I think he's talking about a different deal. But when the shameless details come out William H Macy might just want to move to Fargo, Arizona, developer, Robert, flax men recently closed on a ninety six acre project in the north valley, but had enough money left over apparently to pay more than three hundred thousand dollars to get a son recruited as an athlete to the university of San Diego to help his daughter cheat on her ACT. But that's not the only Arizona angle Laurie. Laughlin husband Maasim Ojea newly whose name used to be on those clothes you'd see at target dropped an Email to one of the government's cooperating witnesses about their daughter saying he wanted to make sure that they got her quote into a school other than ASU. Ouch. And meghan. Mccain responded on Twitter to aunt becky's husband who talked poop about ASU. The McCain institute for international leadership doesn't credible work with students in cooperation with ASU. And I guarantee those students involved will do great things in the world and didn't have to lie to get there. That's what's known as. Megan mic drop, featuring join Jim Sharpe. And Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for China's morning news here on KTAR news. Five eleven and recapping our top story federal agents are watching but they're not commenting about a demonstration on border fencing in Coolidge, Fisher industries of Tempe is using excavators. And the steel it made to show how it can hang eighteen foot walls, a mile long and one day the builder says it could insult two hundred thirty four miles of barrier. Plus, paved roads and security technology for four point three one billion dollars. Arizona Senator Martha mcsally says she will vote to uphold President Trump's emergency declaration freeing up money to build a wall on the southern border. The Republican Senator says she's spoken to Trump and others in his administration and was assured the wall money won't be taken for military construction projects in Arizona during the federal current federal fiscal year. The house has voted to nullify the emergency declaration and the Senate is expected to vote on the same measure soon, although Trump would likely veto it investigators in Ethiopia could soon have a better idea of why. That Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight crashed on Sunday. We don't know the plane so-called black boxes of flight data and cockpit voice recorders will be heading to France to be read out the boxes are damaged. It will take some work to read them out the US lobby to get them sent to the US. There was a lot of negotiating and Ethiopia decided on France, the black boxes could contain crucial information and understanding why the plane went down that is ABC's. Alec stone is coming up on five thirteen. Here's what we're working on for you this afternoon in the KTAR newsroom. Congressman Greg Stanton has joined other House Democrats to introduce a new version of the dream act. KTAR smart them, our has more than you'll legislation is called the dream and promise out it gives a pathway to citizenship and expands protections for two groups of immigrants one group includes dreamers. These are immigrants who arrived in the US children. Congressman Greg Stanton tells KTAR we will grow economically almost three hundred billion dollars, bypassing the dream act. The Bill also. Includes a new provision that allows the dreamers to get federal financial aid in Arizona. There are more than twenty six thousand DACA recipients these are dreamers protected from deportation. Martha our KTAR news and the second group protected by the Bill or those with temporary protected status, which is given based on certain nationalities. Time to check on the drive.
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"After he gets out of prison. Never insult. Number two is lifts weapons policy. Which states that drivers are not allowed to carry any weapons. I understand that from a liability standpoint. I mean, if a lift driver shoots a passenger by accident, there liability could be huge. But here's where it gets ridiculous lift says there are many items that can be considered weapons and actually stun guns and tasers, and I'm not kidding slingshots. So you can't even have a non lethal weapon in your car while you're driving for lifts. I don't drive for one of these rideshare companies. But if I did I would carry at minimum pepper spray or a taser. You know, it is the policy of both Uber and lift that passengers aren't allowed to carry weapons either Christina WADA's murderer didn't follow those rules. So if passengers don't I don't think driver should either worst that could happen to them if they're caught carrying by lifts that could be fired. But that beats the hell out of being dead. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five forever zone is morning. News on KTAR news. Recapping our top story. Pay raises for teachers is a start, but the superintendent of public instruction, Kathy. Hoffmann says lawmakers must also find better teacher fund, better teacher, development, and mentorship programs. Hop and tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show that will do more to stop them from burning out believing their you're feeling students and leaving the profession. An update now the officer involved shooting in Phoenix ads northern and seventh street Phoenix police say that no officers were hurt and our partners. ABC fifteen says say one suspect has died. We're working to bring you more details on that incident. That's been reported all morning long as northern avenue and seventh street twenty nineteen is that a violent start just south of the.
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"I'm Jim Sharpe. You're listening to Arizona's morning news. Back five police officers hurt in Houston after suspected drug dealers opened fire on them. We have the latest on their conditions in what happened, but I can you even imagine what sixty below feels like historic freezing temperatures in the mid west, and it's affecting air travel here. That's our top story. And here's Jamie west. It. Even sounds cold in Kalamazoo Michigan right now. Hundreds of flights have been canceled nationwide. Because of the severe cold snap in the mid west KTAR. Jim cross is live at sky harbor airport. Yeah. Jamie. One more reason to be glad you live in Arizona. We don't have polar vortex is here. Like, they do in the midwest, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Madison. Wisconsin expecting off the chart cold tonight into Thursday. When shells fifty sixty sixty five below a some saying, it's the coldest temperatures a sense the nineties at least more than four hundred flights so far have been cancelled in Chicago, hundreds nationwide. No, no, long lines here at ticketing our security at sky harbor, no crowds of people that appear to be stranded flight boards here showing a few cancelled flights to Medway O'Hare, Minneapolis Toronto. While other flights are lifting off on schedule. The cities are right now. Fly to where it says about Twenty-three flights and out of sky harbor have been cancelled twenty of those are south west. So be sure to check with the airline before heading out to the airport this morning. We'll have at sky harbor and thanks Jim cross. KTAR news take gym at six. Oh, two. And here comes detour.
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"But now, it's Jim Sharpe. From Arizona's morning news in his sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser eye center, a terrorist here in the valley. Well, wouldn't be the first time in nine eleven hijacker did some flight training here. And the guys who shot up that Muhammad drawing contest and California here in the valley and receive weapons and training from another valley resident, but this latest accused valley terrorist sounds nuts. Eighteen year old Ismael Hamad is accused of calling nine one one from outside the sheriff's office in fountain hills, and then attacking the sergeant who came out to chat with him Hamad was shot, but survived and a good thing because the feds had a prize waiting for. In addition to his local charges Hamad is facing terrorism charges the feds claim he engaged an act of terrorism the day before he was shot, and he's provided advice assistance direction or management ISIS. Really this guy. Let's review. What happened shall we? Hamad calls nine one one from outside the sheriff substation and ask for deputy. When the sergeant goes to see him homage starts throwing rocks at him. Then he literally brings a knife to a gunfight, which is I guess better than bringing rocks to a gun fight. This dude sounds more like an idiot that a terrorist. But former CIA senior officer Dan Hoffman told me this morning. Don't underestimate him or overlook how he got this way. Yes. This guy didn't really show lot of forethought and wasn't very sophisticated. But what he was doing. The takeaway is that here's somebody who was radicalized and it can happen in cyberspace. And that's the challenge again for state and local law enforcement. Yeah. That's not good. All right. So I may still point and laugh at this knucklehead, but do so while remembering the dumb and dangerous can still be a lethal combination..
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"I'm Jim Sharpe. You in Arizona's morning news. And it was kansin girl missing. Since her parents were killed three months ago has been found alive. More on that story coming up at first it's payday, but hundreds of thousands of federal workers won't be getting checks today. We need the White House and the the congress to be adult to solve the problem. That's our top story. And here's Jamie west as of today, this government shutdown ties the record for the longest ever KTAR. Jim cross is live with the latest. Isn't counting fifty-five thousand federal workers in Arizona almost seventy five hundred won't be getting a paycheck today says the presidency of the chamber of commerce and industry Glenn hammer. He says so far Arizona's economy hasn't taken a major hit yet. I mean, there's no doubt that there will be fewer federal dollars flowing into the date. We will feel that we want to see the resolved. So our federal employees in the state get the pay that they've earned in work for the hammer says the governor prevented her isn't as tourism industry from taking a big economic shot by using state money to keep the Grand Canyon open since day. One of the shut down in December live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news with funding for the border wall. The major sticking point President Trump says he still may declare a national emergency to get it built the president toured the border in Texas yesterday and told Fox News the wall will get built one way or another. If we don't make a deal with congress, most likely, I will do that. I I would actually say I would I can't imagine any reason why not because I'm allowed to do it the laws one hundred. Percent on my side. The White House has directed. The army corps of engineers to examine its emergency budget to see if there's enough money in there to build the wall. It is six oh two and now from the valleys Chevy dealers traffic.
First ever nationwide Wireless Emergency Alert test will begin at 2:18pm EDT, October 3
"Eighteen this morning. Sam is gonna make your cell phone buzz. You'll see the words presidential alert FEMA is conducting his first nationwide mobile device. Emergency alert test. The presidential alert would be used only in nationwide emergency like a nuclear or widespread terror attack. Fema swayed Whitmore says you can't opt out of receiving the message phone receives the message and displays it to you. And then once you hit the dismiss button on your phone the messages gone coming up in about ten minutes or so Jim Sharpe will be taking a more in depth look at the presidential alert. You're going to be getting the feds have given eight
Backstreet Boys' singer Nick Carter will not be charged in sex case
"Backstreet boys is off the hook when it comes to rape charges. Actually boy. Nick Carter was publicly accused of rape last November by Melissa Schuman. Who was a member of the pop group dream? She says Carter raped her in two thousand three when she was eighteen Carter claims their relationship was consensual. She filed a police report in February. Now, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office is weighed in saying it won't pursue the case. Because it's too old the statute of limitations expired in two thousand thirteen the news comes as Carter just revealed on social media that his wife suffered a miscarriage. They have a two year old
Baz, Jim Sharpe and CBS discussed on Brett Winterble
"TV host Julie Chen, the wife former CBS CEO, Leslie Moonves says she's taking time off from her. Daytime show the talk to spend time with her family this afternoon Baz was forced to step down after new allegations of sexual misconduct. CBS news hanadova reports moon Baz released a statement saying untrue allegations from decades ago are now being made against me that are not consistent with who. I am. I am deeply saddened to be leaving the company the resignation had led to a shakeup of
Barack Obama, President and Trump discussed on Brett Winterble
"Trump says attorney general Jeff Sessions should investigate the identity of the author of an anonymous New York Times opinion piece Trump says he believes the opinion piece critical of his leadership is a national security issue.
Arizona, US and Jim Sharpe discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Slumping internet and technology shares as a result. The NASDAQ composite was trading eighty points lower. The Dow Jones was off forty three points, the S and P five hundred was down. Fifteen digital currency prices were trading
New Mexico, Mike Pence and Tim Draper discussed on Brett Winterble
"The latest while the grandfather of missing georgia boy says the remains of the child found buried at a desert compound in new mexico are that of his grandson but new mexico thority say they have yet to identify the remains the boy would have turned four
Kathleen Turner discusses Trump's 'gross' handshake
"A couple of weeks in the midterms this, November we're, lousy with campaign signs right now. We really could rename this the valley of the, sign some cities try to regulate campaign. Signs but freedom of speech usually wins out which, doesn't exactly Lead to freedom to see much, of anything else at some intersections over the last few days somebody or somebody's took action to face the signs of. Some candidates sneaking suspicion this has less to do with, trying to rid us of the signs and more of a wish to rid us of certain candidates someone chopped up Kelli ward sign so that it now reads serve war. US Senate but the piece of resistance I saw, was a modification of a sign for corporation commission candidate, Rodney Glassman he probably now feels a, little bit of a kinship with Kramer from Seinfeld Asni These. Don't belong to me I'm not the ass man I think there's been a mistake All right the twelve year old me, thinks this stuff's funny but the truth is if you're caught, the facing a campaign. Sign you could get more. Than just a few days. In jail a fine and probation Maybe a better punishment would be to force them to listen to a speech from the candidate who signed they, destroyed forty seven. Times at a role there's an incentive by the way ask man is not the worst case of campaign signed tomfoolery, I witnessed in Arizona politics that would have occurred back on July twenty first two thousand ten you see the night before the, rubber inflatable. Dam that used to, hold back the water and Tempe town lake failed and the lake, emptied as the sun rose on a muddy bottomed riverbed what his what Tempe, town lake is without any water political science for that year's midterm election could be seen dotting the. Landscape from. Shore to former shore and somehow I don't think, they were put there to reach scuba diving voters join Jim Sharpe, and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for zone is morning, news on KTAR news It's five eleven it is a big day in, politics with primaries in four states and a high stakes special election in the buckeyes state tonight all eyes on the high stakes, special election. In Ohio's twelfth district, the race a dead heat in a deep red district President Trump, won this Stitcher in Ohio by eleven points just two years ago. Troy boulders? And come on up and he's throwing his arms around Republican Tori boulder send a two-term state Senator His opponent Thirty-one-year-old Democrats Danny O'Connor ABC's Tara Palmeri we've heard of people complaining about President Trump because. Of a lot of things well now there's. Something else being added to the list now he's being criticized for his handshake in a new interview with Volker actress Kathleen Turner calls Trump's. Handshake gross because he uses his index finger to rub the inside. Of your wrist she claims that Trump, is trying to do some. Kind of seductive intimacy move would the. Handshake Bob, McClay. KTAR news with so many wildfires burning right now in California resources are coming up short Amazonia firefighters are already there helping out. But now firefighters are being brought, in from as far away as, New Zealand, and Australia and active duty soldiers are being trained as firefighters Christians across China have seen their churches rated and their bibles, confiscated amid the eighth easiest ruling communist parties ambitious new effort to dictate, and in, some cases displace the practice A faith coming up on five thirteen and here's what we're working on Sapna indicate TR newsroom it's. A modern twist on the old loss dog poster KTAR's Taylor Kiner. Up has more on how miracle the, county's new partnership is working. To reunite lost pets and their owners Maricopa county's animal Karen controls new partnership with a group called finding Rover is using. Facial recognition software to help relocate pets Jose Santiago with. County animal care and control says the website is simple to use go onto the website finding. River dot, com you upload your pets photo you fill out the information concerning not only, you but your pet as well it's a free service, and the database does the rest. The database then pulls, all the pictures of animals in their system. With similar facial- facial features Santiago says they hope this will ease overcrowding in county shelters live from the newsroom Taylor interrupt KTAR news Hopefully lots more pets. Will be reunited with this all right let's check on your drive home now here's. The tour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center it looks like they're still about five freeway snags but all lanes are open that's the important news in this traffic report we've got some right times I'll touch on in a minute. For the east valley but for now southbound what a what Pima freeway at rain tree wreck off to the right southbound one zero one hour for you. You've got a wreck approaching McDowell also off right, and you've got. A crash on the, northbound two zero two red mountain freeway university on ramp. It is also off to, the right broken waterline restrictions along Scottsdale road this afternoon this is going to be in the area of Osborne just south of. Be prepared for restrictions there, and a twenty six minute ride, eastbound ten seventeen split, down to the two. Zero two Santan twenty five minutes on the sixty eastbound I ten east Ellsworth only an extra minute though..
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.
Brian Kemp, President Trump and University Of Georgia discussed on Mike Slater
"Can't somebody do that. If? I would just appear stand up? That was it right Sorry Now. Man The lady tune in to watch? This I'm gonna go home. At work on. This little bit warmer bring you tomorrow You. Won't green this Yeah what did? You say you baby Was freeing right did? You. Just say that it was very Three Why? Why why did you have to? Apologize Why, did you do that why. What, it's about? But? You? Have a show Mike are you I've never? Had? The? Apologies never, had you've never never not, since. You've been It is. A little different though because you. Get a different crowd it's. Not so. Much I don't think I've ever had Steve Harvey's doing a lot of family TV show things I've apologized. For things but I. Don't think I've had to apologize Like the bosses, said you'd better apologize for that I. Made mistakes I've come out and pants but as, different? Than than this, had like we're gonna pulling sponsors that scenario, before let me give you a crazy apology story, here right because this is can you think I said a. Second ago it's going to take brave comedians. To save comedy and it will take brave people as. Opposed to what cowards, so let me share with you a coward This is the dean of journalism. And mass communications at the university of Georgia He tweeted I went. To high school with the GOP governor candidate Brian Kemp guys running for governor I think he. Was the secretary state of Georgia and I was. Running for governor high school we played YMCA ball from. Childhood politics be damned he's a nice guy always was kind to a fault. He's a friend always has been and. Will be when we're older and grayer that's how all this should work people That was his. Tweet Couple response you're. A straight white man of course he was nice. And kind to you racists are generally nice. To their own kind Why don't you say what you really mean You'd never vote for a black woman and. Would much rather vote for the white racist Okay It's the definition of. Privilege the dean has the luxury of damning politics because no politician is threatening his rights safety or. Survival He's willing to. Empower those who threaten the same of others on account of the candidate being nice to him personally Pushing his politics aside, and? Only highlighting his good nature only downplays the harshness and reality. Of degrading campaign okay so you get the idea right so he deleted his tweet and he came out with this I'd like to apologize to anyone offended. By, my tweet set out about, Brian? Excuse me by tweet shoutout to Brian Kemp it was ill-timed Time And poorly written I've read and learned so much From us from us all And will endeavour to be more thoughtful in the future Endeavor that's a nice I'm going to endeavor To be more. Even devil I've. I've learned so much And I. Will, endeavour to be more On Gag me What a coward. Right there Well he's endeavouring truth Okay. A little inside joke if I'm ever forced to make an apology lettuce and I'm taking the cowardly route. If, that ever happened I'm going to put the word endeavor That's going to be. A little wink an odd to you Listening right now If the word if I ever use the word endeavor in an apology You know and they're gonna find this tape and play Good, for you you deserve? To call me out on that but you know. What two hundred seven sixty k. AM seven breaking news Jim. Sharpe vet always endeavouring to give? Us, the best headlines then what are we got there well President Trump today raise concerns about the sale of plastic guns made with three d printers a day after several US states sued is. Administration to block online publication of designs to make weapons that security screening may not detect senior Ronnie and officials and military commanders today rejected President Trump's offer of talks. Without preconditions calling his offer worthless in a dream Iran's foreign minister said. That Washington should blame itself for ending talks with Tehran when it withdrew from the nuclear deal students in France. Will soon be required to leave their smartphones at home starting in September schools in France will implement a ban on. Internet connected. Devices for kids between three and fifteen years, old screen addiction was a main reason for Passing the law you're never.
Jim Ryan ABC, Singapore and Federal Reserve discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Down, again look at your buddy from the copper pointed shirts business center. From ABC news Wall. Street now investors shook off their early morning hesitancy and they've pulled the major indexes. Onto higher ground the Dow Jones industrial average was. Ahead forty points late in. The morning the s. and p. five hundred had picked up three and a half and the. NASDAQ composite was trading. Thirty two points above it's opening today the. Early indication from. Traders is President Trump's tweeted criticism of the Federal Reserve this morning is not likely to have much impact on the Fed's, monetary policy for the rest of the year two more interest rate hikes. Are expected during two thousand. Eighteen a major cyber attack on Singapore's government. Health database has. Exposed. The personal information of about. One and a half million people at. Among them the prime. Minister of Singapore anyone care for a four day workweek. A New Zealand, company tried paying it's two hundred forty workers a. Full week salary for four days of work it found no decreasing productivity but an. Increase in job satisfaction among, its staff Jim Ryan ABC news for more money news visit the copper pointed business center. At, KTAR dot com we're five minutes away from Dave Ramsey now from Arizona's morning news Jim. Sharpe joins us with his sharper point..
J&J vows to overturn $4.7 billion talc verdict
"The copper point insurance business center johnson and johnson says it will appeal a jury verdict awarding nearly four point seven billion dollars until damages to twenty two women and their families after they claimed asbestos in johnson and johnson talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer council for the point of says johnson and johnson has covered up evidence of festus in their products for more than forty years company says it quote remains confident that its products do not contain asbestos and do not cause ovarian cancer dow futures fairly flat right now however the s and p five hundred is actually moved into negative territory those futures are down about a point nasdaq also flat right now about twenty minutes ahead of the trading day and coming up in about five minutes here on arizona's morning news we'll take you live to the uk where abc news correspondent karen travers who usually talk to from the white house is traveling with the president the president and theresa may the uk prime minister holding a joint press conference as we speak we'll get some of the highlights of that for you and how the president is handling after criticizing theresa may having to stand there podium right next door that's ahead here on arizona's morning news at six ten right now jim sharpe somebody who is completely opposite of him is somebody who's just reading the news and really doesn't necessarily have much thought behind it or much heart behind it so that's why i like to listen to him because you know he doesn't overload you with too much emotion or too much feeling towards it but it's also not like listening to a book report get your day started with arizona's morning news it's gaydos new build home sales are on.
Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis
"A few years ago my former college roommate night would hiking in sequoia national forest in california it's not whitney's located the highest peak in the lower forty eight states we didn't hike whitney but we did do the mountain next door just about the time i'm starting to feel pretty good about my fitness level were passed by a group of wildland firefighters who are doing some training not only were they doing almost double our speed of ascent they were carrying chainsaw shovels and other heavy tools that we weren't we saw them again barely a half hour later on their way back down having already achieved the summit again a lot of respect for wildland firefighters that day and that was years before i would ever attend a journalist firefighting academy wildland firefighters incredibly fit they're incredibly fearless when i use the word fearless by the way i don't mean that they possess zero fear i mean that they fear less than we do a healthy dose of fear helps them do their job safely but the less part makes it possible to face what they face how else could you charge into an area where the possibility of retreat from a two thousand degree unpredictable force of nature is not guaranteed such was the situation the granite mountain hotshots based on june thirtieth two thousand thirteen i was in the comfort of my home office on that sunday five years ago preparing my radio morning show when i learned to the loss of those nineteen men it shook me like few other stories ever have and i say that with more than two decades in the media and having reported from the iraq war i spoke with governor jan brewer on the radio the next day struggling to not only wrap my head around the tragedy of losing that many heroes at one time but also the best way to verbally commemorate them i still haven't found the words to jim sharpe and jamie west weekday mornings at five am for china's morning news on ktar news it is five eleven now police in arundel county maryland reveal more details about the shooter who killed five at a annapolis newsroom yesterday police chief timothy altamaari reveals more about that weapon we've confirmed i think that it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago police say the attack was planned and that the shooter had a history of run ins with the law he's already serving decades in prison for sex assault in michigan and now former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been charged in texas a grand jury in walker county texas indicting larry nassar on six counts of sexual assault charges stem from an investigation at a houston area gymnastics training center run by famed coaches belen martha karoly gymnasts have claims nassar abused them there walker county prosecutors stephanie stroud fill certain there are probably others that have not come forward she says no charges have been filed against the but a former trainer is being charged along with nasser alex stone abc news troubles at utah state university in nineteen year old freshman linebackers been suspended from the football team after being charged with raping a woman at a party this is a former player is charged in a separate case with assaulting seven women two fraternity members have played guilty in sexual assault cases in recent years a woman was arrested for extreme dui will leaving salt river tubing with her four children in the car maricopa county sheriff's department says the woman was two times over the legal limit the retold six passengers in the car three of whom were under the age of twelve coming up on five thirteen and this is what we're working on this afternoon the ktar newsroom it's hot and dry out there right now but miracle counties flood control district urges you to start thinking about floods nonetheless ktar's kathy klein has more during monsoon season flooding hit anyone at.