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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Text whim the six twenty six twenty Peter and Kate here is it'll be probably cloudy breezy today with a high of one oh nine right now it's eighty five in carefree your weather's brought to you by Howard air weather replace or repair call our there at eight OO nine is coronavirus cases hospitalizations and deaths in the U. S. rise so does concern about it all in a new poll more Americans than a month ago say they're concerned about getting covert nineteen more than three in four says a new ABC news Ipsos poll sixty seven percent of Republicans are concerned ninety one percent of Democrats the poll was taken Wednesday and Thursday five hundred seventy nine adults numbers could be off four point seven percentage points plus or minus fifty six percent say the country's moving too fast to re open most are willing to go grocery shopping fifty six percent say they're willing to eat at a restaurant fifty three percent to stay at a hotel as ABC's chucks Iverson what is being learned about how could nineteen affects pregnant women the CDC warns expectant moms to catch corona virus are at higher risk of being hospitalized but there are still mysteries like how a new moms babies tested positive for the virus well she did not A. B. C.'s Dr Jennifer Ashton explained not exactly sure what went on in this case we think based on published reports and thus far that will be called vertical transmission which is transmitting the virus from the pregnant woman to the fetus while the fetus is in utero very very rare so possibility of false positives we're not exactly sure from the KTA are business.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On the KTA argues that it feels good to see human beings back in the lobby of Ramsey solutions even if they'll work here not all of them but there's a whole bunch of March team out here because the team member is on the debt free stage to do that free scream on this Roberts's weather's Hey how are you I'm great how are you great congratulations you made it yes thank you got the T. shirt I'm debt free debt free how much should be paid off thirty three thousand seven hundred fifty dollars in twenty months good for you well done so what kind of debt was that it was a cell phone a car payment and most of it was student loans okay so you're fairly normal very normal and you're on our team as a copy writer and you've been with us for a little over a year my notes saves us all right about a year and a half okay three months of that was as a contractor okay cool and you were so good as a contractor we had to make sure your state yes and we're so good to work for that you make sure you stay there we got was a good trait very cool so how old are you I'm twenty five okay and so twenty months just start all this if you got out of school tell me your story what happened so it started before twenty months so in two thousand and seventeen I was laid off from my job and that same day I started applying for new jobs that I applied to work here Ramsey solutions I had heard of you but I'd never die again found out what you taught so as part of the interview process I started reading your books listening to the podcast watching the YouTube channel mark yeah I made my first every dollar budget and I did not get the job at first which is totally fine because I got on the plan and that was a huge game changer for me because what I thought was gonna be just like a couple months of unemployment you know take a little break and then get back into the work force one of being ten months of me only being able to afford to keep my four walls wow yeah I was substitute teaching tutoring doing small things on the side but it was a challenging time but every single month I made a budget and that kept me on par paying off we're staying up with my payments and things like that so and then the our interview process paid off just a little late to get you in as a contractor and then following that you end up joining us full time have a god had a plan as soon as I started working full time salaried again I knew exactly what to do with my money I paid up paid off or skews me started my thousand dollar emergency funding got that saved in the first month and then from then on it was just paying off debt bad guy your sharp I'm so glad you're here thank you this is amazing very well done very well done so did you grow up in a family that knew about money or family that didn't know about money my family's here's I don't embarrass well.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It dangerous heat KTA ours Jim cross will join us live at seven thirty with more on how hot it's about to get here and for how long plus there's a push for the Republican Party to move this summer's convention here so the president can get the full crowd he wants we'll have that story coming up as well it's seven thirty right now we got a question where can we find freeway slowing man who's got the answers deter Dan live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well you put it like that I feel kind of silly their job but you know what the big picture is only two spots of freeway slowing the entire valley right now one of them you're well aware of it's the I. seventeen construction near Central Avenue the bridge reconstruction work that goes on there as a restricted in both directions but during rush hour in the morning southbound is going to pay for that and that's why you're looking at eighteen minutes in right time from Peoria down to the ten split it again to stay right and you could avoid it do you could go with these fountain on the interloper avoid it all together the other spot a slowing is on the U. S. sixty it's westbound in Tempe it's getting better but they're slowing left over between rural road and freeze that is where we had a roll over a block for a few minutes troopers were all over drug off to the right but all lanes are open to moving again they're just going to cost you a few extra minutes in Tempe service three three better watch your step right now there's wreckage Jefferson west the Seventh Avenue eighty Third Avenue and McDowell and a closure of queen creek he spotted Gilbert road tried your main the strategy port rocky by sand Chevrolets entrance take advantage of no payments till twenty twenty one it sends your light Glendale and surprised cannot be combined with any other offers.

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Amazon's drone team is creating face shields for health workers and selling them at cost

Arizona's Morning News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Amazon's drone team is creating face shields for health workers and selling them at cost

"Amazon is getting into making its own brand of personal protection equipment as we get a look at your money from the KTA are business center the online retail giant says it will begin manufacturing and selling plastic face shields the gear will be designed by engineers now involved with the company's drone program Amazon says it soon will begin cranking out hundreds of thousands of face shield companies already donated ten thousand of those shields the nurses and doctors to prevent them from catching corona virus

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The quality of people's lives two feet at a time trying for yourself with a free fitting and test walk at one of the four valley locations Scottsdale Glendale our duty in Gilbert the journey and get your name is partly cloudy today with a high of ninety two mostly clear tonight with a low of sixty aids and mostly sunny tomorrow with a high of ninety five your weather is brought to you by Howard air weather replace repair call Howard air from the KTA our business center KTA are breaking this Justin according to the federal government's labor department nearly three million American workers applied for unemployment benefits last week brings the total layoffs since the coronavirus struck to thirty six million across America course earlier this week we learned that about thirty two thousand Arizonans applied for the first time for unemployment benefits last week in our state it was the lowest total since mid March but still bringing our total here in the state of Arizona to about five hundred and fifty thousand workers on Wall Street right now it looks like we're going to have a lower open on the down expected to open up about the three hundred and three points down Dow futures down to forty nine S. and P. down twenty five nasdaq futures are down seventy seven for more money news visit the business center at KTA are dot com and we've started to open up some more businesses here in Arizona some of those businesses that have been given permission to re open are not going to do so others it's going to be too late for them and in one model of retail was already almost on their death knell will explain coming up in about five minutes on Arizona's morning news this moment of gratitude is brought to you by rocket mortgage in the rock family of companies thank you my brother Eric firefighter and a paramedic to those who leave their homes to keep us safe in ours thank you the cashier or a police officer to anyone.

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Sen. Martha McSally: Next coronavirus relief package should not be a 'cash cow' for mismanaged cities

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Arizona reports 261 new coronavirus cases with 6 additional deaths

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:56 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona reports 261 new coronavirus cases with 6 additional deaths

"The rotavirus deaths continue to drop and percent positive cases are changing as well KTA ours Taylor cameras live in the news center with the latest numbers yeah Bob there are now two hundred sixty one new cases of corona virus in six newly reported deaths in Arizona this morning this brings our state's case total to a lot eleven thousand three hundred eighty and the death toll to five hundred forty two but let's talk about testing last week the Arizona department of health services started combining the number of active corona virus tests plus antibody tests so more than one hundred fifty thousand people in the state have been tested for one of those two tasks but only one hundred sixteen thousand of those are considered active coronavirus tasks that brings active cases to a seven point seven positive percent and not out of and that's down from seven point nine percent yesterday again there are now eleven thousand three hundred eighty cases of coronavirus in Arizona and five hundred and forty two deaths like new center Taylor can wrap

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Trump to tour mask-making facility in Arizona

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to tour mask-making facility in Arizona

"It is first trip since the corona virus outbreak president trump is headed here to the valley KTA are Sally vectors at sky harbor awaiting airforce one with details on his visit president trump is headed to the valley today to tour a Honeywell facility they revamped in Phoenix during the Copa nineteen outbreak to produce millions of N. ninety five face masks creating over five hundred jobs trump was asked if he would be wearing a mask today if it's a mass visibility yeah well yeah I don't know if it's a mass visibility but what does he see Honeywell they have done an incredible job on many fronts before the tour the president is scheduled to take part in a roundtable discussion on supporting native Americans governor Doug Ducey will greet the president on the tarmac in joint for the Honeywell tour live from sky harbor I now that your KTAR

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Center I'm Martha Mauer KTA argues the group Arizonans for liberty is trying to recall governor Ducey for his handling of the corona virus outbreak the group claims the governor violated his oath of office by issuing an unconstitutional executive order by an equally enforcing the law in Arizona citizens and businesses this group would need to collect nearly six hundred thousand signatures by August twenty ninth to force a recall election Ducey's term as governor expires in twenty twenty two with two thirds of the coronavirus deaths in Maricopa county involving nursing home and long term care residents it's possible these facilities could face some lawsuits KTA are legal expert Monica Lindstrom says these facilities can be sued for negligence wrongful death and breach of contract we've learned a seventy eight year old man living at a long term care facility in Maricopa county died last month from covert nineteen he did not get tested until after he died because the facility reportedly did not have swaps to test him it is important to remember these facilities can only do the possible if there were not enough test S. or products available through no fault of the facilities then the facilities cannot be held responsible for failing to do the impossible Griselda city no KTAR news president trump has a lot riding on his trip to the valley tomorrow according to a valley political consultant president trump is coming to visit Phoenix's Honeywell facility where they've begun producing N. ninety five masks Emily Ryan with copper state consulting he actually shows up to tour a Honeywell plant where they are manufacturing P. P. E. and it doesn't put a mask on he's gonna have a Mike pence moment this is the president's first big appearance outside of Washington since March Ryan says if crowds show up tomorrow the trip wouldn't be good for trump's twenty twenty campaign Deborah Dale KTAR news we have several significant freeway.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All right it was in Arizona governor Doug Ducey KTA are thanks a lot sure they understand this this is all we close we say this is hold on just one or two years so it's it's a very good question and and of course I've talked with our our legislative leaders as well and I want to say thank you to our legislative leaders up people in both parties for how responsible you've banned in for advice and counsel I also know that there are different things in in different parts of the of the state in terms of we're working with the industry and specific guidance of around what where we are and I'm dying in and on bars I think we've all been to two different places where you go in and you get a cheeseburger and there's there's TV's and you might get a call back bridge they may be licensed as as a bar but they are essentially a dining establishment we want to work with the industry so that there's flexibility some of those places can't can reopen and in terms of movie theaters we're working with the industry they're what they've said to us it's Holly what's not gonna provide us any additional product or any new product until July fifteenth that's the date that they've requested I'm open minded if if that were something that were to happen but a change that were there but like I said we are working with the industry so that we can do this in a safe balanced.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Has died along with her husband KTA ours night lately own is live in the new center with the details yeah that's right Bob sad news this morning former governor Jane hall and her husband Terry have died current Arizona governor Doug Ducey made the announcement in a tweet this morning Ducey says Arizona is deeply saddened by the passing of former governor Jane hall and her husband Dr Terri hall former governor Jan brewer also tweeted saying Jane worked tirelessly for our state and she knows Arizona is a better state today because of her service the two died of natural causes just a few hours apart last night she was eighty four years old live in any sooner and I lay I lay on KTAR news how soon will president trump's three phase plan to re open America get Arizona's economy back on track jobs will come back but not all at once you may be talking about restaurants and let's say you had a hundred and fifty seats that might now have fifty with social distancing still intact still valley economist Elliott Pollack also says Arizona could come back sooner because of comparatively low infection and death rates from Kobe in nineteen but nothing's resolved until you get a vaccine because until then there's always the chance of a resurgence or more people getting it Pollack adds state and federal stimulus programs are also keeping Arizonans a float Peter say more KTAR news there's no word yet from governor Ducey on when he plans to begin the process of re opening Arizona's economy KTA are steer me foster joins us live with what one of the state's top business leaders thanks no one wants to get the economy moving again more than the CEO of the chamber of commerce but it was on the chamber chief Glenn hammer says public health has to be the top priority even though he likes president trump's three phase plan him I was on a call with governor Ducey yesterday and he tells me the governor's been thinking about how when when they could safely Rio one of the areas that god was getting back to some of the elective surgeries as our hospitals have some additional capacity the result remains under a stay at home water through the end of the month live in the new center Jeremy foster KTAR news Pima county is gearing up to resume elective most medical procedures all elective procedures and Arizona were put on hold on March twenty first Pima county health director Dr Bob England says that ban accomplished its goal the idea was to empty out the hospital's free up beds and free up health care personnel who could help respond to the surge that worked actually really well so while the doctor England says Pima county hospitals have plenty of capacity to handle a surge of covert nineteen cases he did not give a date for lifting the restrictions that particular KTAR news it is not an either or thing people are trying to politicize it like it's either saving lives or allowing people to work there is on a senator Martha McSally joined Arizona's morning news to talk about president trump's three phase plan to re open the country there is a way for us to smartly with higher levels of testing higher levels of situational awareness know where the virus is no who's had it and still protect our vulnerable as a member of the president's economic recovery task force McSally says she's working together the most data to see when they can start moving through each phase the Arizona commerce authority is creating a rapid response team to help unemployed workers find new jobs Sandra Watson of the ACA says the goal is to quickly connect to displaced workers with businesses that need more help during the call of it nineteen pandemic this team is proactively implementing workforce retention reemployment and retraining initiatives supporting employers like Honeywell which is seeking to hire more.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Station KTA are on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic at eight thirty on get real coming you know here's our top story governor Doug Ducey tells Katie a RJ Gators in Chad he's the one who put Arizona stay at home order in place and he'll be the one to lift it when the time is right each governor gets to make the decision and these aren't easy decisions I've been reluctant but they've been the right thing to do and I think we've been able to be ahead of the curve the staff home order runs through April thirtieth governor Ducey says it's an aspirational goal to ease restrictions on businesses after that and he'll extend or revise his orders if necessary K. T. A. our eyes on the economy one in five U. S. job openings have closed since the start of the corona virus outbreak that's according to a study by job recruiting site glassdoor the tourism industry which is big in Arizona was it especially hard with a seventy three percent drop in available positions and now for a check on travel John Kay in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center twenty of action out on your surface street drive this evening McDowell west of seventy Fifth Avenue a car hit a bicyclist here try to you with Van Buren or in Kanto as crews work around this one Jefferson west of Seventh Avenue there's a pedestrian involved collisions we've got a crash on fortieth street at the red mountain freeway look out for another accident nineteenth Avenue at southern this report is sponsored by Unbounce dot org a girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor an elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community reach.

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Arizona's Coronavirus Death Toll Now at 73 With 2,575 Cases

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona's Coronavirus Death Toll Now at 73 With 2,575 Cases

"Another sharp increase in Arizona's corona virus death toll KTA ours Taylor can up is live with the new numbers yeah Bob another eight people have died from corona virus since just yesterday bringing the state's death toll to seventy three there are now two thousand five hundred seventy five cases of coronavirus in Arizona with nearly fifteen hundred of those cases in Maricopa county more than thirty three people have been tested in the state with the majority of people diagnosed between the ages of twenty and forty four again there are now two thousand five hundred seventy five cases of coronavirus in Arizona and seventy three deaths live in the center Taylor can wrap

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Trump says he's considering restricting travel to coronavirus 'hotspots'

Mac and Gaydos

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Trump says he's considering restricting travel to coronavirus 'hotspots'

"President trump warning Americans to brace for the worst of the corona virus pandemic KTA ours Deborah Dale is live now with the latest in the newsroom thank you president trump says the coming weeks are going to be horrific and he says he's considering travel restrictions in some U. S. covert nineteen hotspots and looking where flights are going into hot spots some of those flights I didn't like from the beginning but closing up every single flight in every single area so very very very rough decision but we are thinking about hot spots we go from spot to spot full time the president did acknowledge today that the federal stockpile of personal for get the quick bit used by doctors and nurses is nearly

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Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting

Arizona's Morning News

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Phoenix police officer killed, 2 others injured in shooting

"A domestic violence call turns deadly for the Phoenix police department that's our top story and Jerry foster is in for Jamie west nine eight twenty three thousand eight hundred thirty six north forty of drive thru officer down Charlie ten Charlie ten yeah that initial call of a deadly officer involved shooting in north Phoenix courtesy of broadcastify a long time Phoenix police department veteran shot and killed last night during a domestic dispute two other officers were also wounded but expected to survive KTA ours Jim cross joins us live near fortieth Avenue and pinnacle peak in north Phoenix with the latest gem yeah Germany thirty one years on the force commander Greg Carmichael shot and killed in a home after responding to roommates and a fight to other officer's name was not released yet both female were also shot taken to the hospital they're expected to recover of a suspect a twenty two year old man was shot and killed by police Phoenix police sergeant Mercedes Porsche and spoke about the fallen officer conical just months away from retirement

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House expected to pass massive coronavirus relief package

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

House expected to pass massive coronavirus relief package

"The massive two point two trillion dollar stimulus package is expected to pass the U. S. house but will do so without the support of Arizona Republican congressman Andy Biggs KTA ours Jim crosses live in the new center yeah bother us because Biggs tells isn't as morning news the relief package contains hundreds of billions of dollars in spending that doesn't get to the people who need it the most mostly small business folks that need this assistance in this help they just they just flush this and they sat down and created a Christmas tree of literally hundreds of billions of dollars of spending they have nothing to do with trying to put people back to work the president expected to sign the stimulus bill into law as soon as it reaches his desk after it clears Congress at some point today or tonight

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Says he's working with officials to discuss whether that could happen or not now Arizona schools restaurants and bars should be open because the code nineteen outbreak has not taxed public health resources yet Maricopa county health director Rebecca sunshine also says the virus minimally impacts children she points out the closures could send suicide soaring the Dow Jones surged to its best days in since nineteen thirty three as Congress and the White House neared a deal today to inject nearly two trillion dollars of aid into an economy that has been ravaged by the corona virus you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news got a right to look out for on the one oh one let's check it out with the two were down in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center well we did when I told you about it but a dog gonna they just cleared it on us but you know that's a good thing I suppose for anybody is going to be there Becky Lynn west about one oh one near sixty fourth street we did have a crash blocking the right lane but with that out of there the brake lights are clearing out just like that we got a crash in the east valley now as well US sixty eastbound Higley on ramp this blocking the left lane of the exit ramp so windy right is you cut into it you got a couple of service three crashes baseline and hearty McDowell he's the thirty Fifth Avenue and a closure of Miller road south of Indian school and Scottsdale a vehicle struck a power pole there and power lines are down as well the traffic report brought to you by H. and R. block there's a lot going on right now and more than ever people need their tax refund H. and R. block has many ways to do your taxes as safely as possible work with the tax pro remotely drop off or file online black is always here to help deter antiheroes turning to Wall Street and taking a close look it looked pretty good today the Dow rose two thousand one hundred thirteen points the nasdaq was up five hundred fifty seven and the S. and P. at two hundred ten for more money news just go to the KTA are.

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Stocks rise as Trump vows "big" crisis package

Dave Ramsey

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

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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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:05 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The KTA argues that thanks for being here it's the Mike Broomhead show something kind of reaffirmed for me all over the weekend I was at a at an event and it was kind of a town hall setting and I spoke to some groups of people that were law enforcement veterans there and then there were there were a group of other Asians for trump were there and there was a group of Assyrian immigrants and Americans and it was really good to sit with them it reaffirmed how I felt in a in a number of ways that it will be legal immigrants to this country that help save it because they are escaping oppression and in many times political and and religious oppression all over the world and if you know about the Syrians and what they've been doing it in the Middle East being very put out put upon because they are Christians and speaking the original language of Christ and coming to America one of the one of the ladies stood up and and said to the group we were Americans before we got here in mind and I had never thought of it that way one of the points I've made before among many is that legal immigrants to America are some of the people that are most upset about illegal immigration into our country beating up on the immigration issue based on political differences doesn't make room for the human aspect of this and we should be talking about the humanity in all of this that just because you're in this country illegally doesn't make you a horrible person on the other hand it doesn't make you innocent either that when we see stories of illegal people in this country illegally committing heinous crimes and hiding behind the veil of the sanctuary city is a disservice to everyone in our community there if you are a criminal and I we keep hearing Nancy Pelosi kept saying during the impeachment process that the reason why they were doing this and we heard Adam Schiff stated Jerry Nadler over and over again no one is above the law whereas there is a segment of this country that believes that illegal immigrants are above the law when you have a sanctuary city when you have a government in local local government that says we will not cooperate with the federal government when it comes to people in this country illegally that is a blanket statement it's bad and here are two very big stories about that a sanctuary city this one boulder county in Colorado allowed illegal immigrants to be released and they've been charged with child sexual assault that government is now asking the public to help find this person instead of holding this person like they were asked they've already admitted that their policies are that they do not cooperate with the federal government on immigration issues has turn somebody loose in the community that is charged with being a sexual predator San Francisco ignored ice had released an illegal alien who had been arrested seven times previously so you wanna make a blanket political statement that we will not cooperate with the federal government when it comes to immigration laws you are doing a disservice to your community and what the funny thing about that is they will tell you that no one should be just rounding people up for no reason and just because they're in the country illegally doesn't make them a criminal so we're going to turn loose every person in the country that's illegal is at least I would say worse than the premise of your idea that it's bad to round people up for being in the country illegally I can sympathize with someone who wants to come to this country and does not want to wait the years that it takes and jump through the hoops that it takes to become an American doesn't make it right I can understand why they want to be here I can understand from a parent's perspective that you would do anything to further the life of your child including breaking the law I can sympathize with it I don't condone it at all there are families in the Assyrians that I met on Saturday are a perfect example of a group of people who were in refugee camps and hiding and their punishment was death in many cases for their religious beliefs it wasn't oppression it wasn't being ostracized it was death they were murdered for their faith and they waited many of them waited extended periods of time to get the visas to come to America to get a green card to get on a pathway to citizenship visa green card citizenship proud Americans and I'm not saying that I that all of them are going to be supporters of president trump all of them are going to echo the same political sentiments that I do but understanding that having a different viewpoint than someone else whether it's a religious belief or it's a political belief should not be a death sentence and when you come from nations in places where they are you understand the freedoms of this country afford you and you will fight no matter what political party it is you will fight to make sure we don't step in that direction and listening to the stories from people this weekend and then reading these news stories put a bigger perspective for all of us we should stop this accusation of racism accusation of all of the nonsense it isn't when you have people committing crimes if you're the victim of a crime does it matter to you what the race is of the perpetrator the answer is absolutely not you want them caught and you want them punished it does add insult to injury for many victims to find out that this person had been in police custody and because of the ridiculous idea that because they are in this country illegally and we're making a political statement that we won't cooperate with the federal government this person was turned loose into the streets as a political statement imagine being the victim of a crime knowing that that person should have never been out of police custody it's it's it's a horrible thing to do to people and on top of that why aren't there can are consequences there would be in the private sector if you hired someone that was a sexual predator and you knew it let's say they were a child predator and you put them to work in your business selling children's clothing and you put them in contact with children they would run you out of business and sue you for everything you had the city of San Francisco had somebody in their custody that had been arrested seven times in boulder county Colorado they released somebody because they refused to cooperate with immigration laws federal laws that is wanted for crimes against children sex crimes when do we stop with this argument of Republican Democrat this racist agenda that they say there is and we look at this that is right and wrong and if the safety of the American people it makes perfect sense to most of us so Joe Biden picking up steam in Arizona is it almost over could we have a debate in Arizona or could be over by the time that debate happens when I talk about that next you know the stock market makes this this right now more important than ever look what's happened over the last few weeks people doing the right thing all of their life our economy has been going gang busters and yet we're seeing taught us some things happening in the stock market none of us could have anticipated some of us feel helpless that's why I recommend Jeff junior and the people of Trajan wealth for you to consult with they are a team of people that expressly first of all they're fiduciaries which means they are bound by law to put your interests first they don't make money if you don't make money but now more than ever sound advice that you can trust from people that know you know what your needs are they're going to help you navigate these tough times and the good times as well to keep you on track to get to the goals you set.

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03:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Off the TV and social media at least an hour before bed Bob Maclay KTA are do you see earlier today on the Gators and Chad show is it really a death defying stunt if you're wearing a safety harness here's what they had to say so called daredevil nik Wallenda went to Nicaragua and you do all across a a volcano that could have a rep at any point and it took thirty one nail biting minutes I joke it wasn't really nail biting why because what do you tell you did it back or not what did you talk about he said if he felt he was going to what he said he would he's always practice that he will grab the wire and hang on until the rescuers right he had a harness so what does not fade his grandfather didn't have that his grandfather had a leisure suit at any rate other isn't dead that's right that's part of the reason we watch these things staff the fine we want to see people dying evil Knievel didn't land and a bunch of like fluffy soft thing he landed on the ground and broken to bits and pieces even if nik Wallenda had fallen he is not going to come out of that without injury and because he said to her feet in the air he falls he falls maybe fifty feet he's not going to go down it's not he wasn't on a bungee cord he was gonna go down into the lava pop young wanted him to burn today health no that and and that's a great point Becky lane no we didn't we wanted the possibility of him burning through his death to be hanging kind of there in the balance and then we hope that he's okay at the end of it but you would have to have the danger if you're wearing a harness there isn't any danger factor I could I Joe Rogan out there we go all right Hey for fifteen hundred dollars could walk cross road you know what he had fallen and the harness upon him he would've been synching would come out with no hair on his head see how far do you think he was gonna fall do you want to get sales teams over volcano it's hot above a hundred foot cable the cable was latched on he would just fall off the deck all the same so you're the person to go to the circus thing goes I know that yeah I told I'm sorry he was not a flying in the wind the woman that whatever it was last night he was a staggering buffoon so let me just say this because both of you you up it's March me when I talk about this god well I don't have a problem that he wore the harness I'll G. bring the whole thing I don't think so what if he's not gonna die if it's possibility of death who cares I would just during a tight rope between a foot off the ground right there in the studio neither one of you could walk across it I of course that's exactly right okay who cares all right but my point is you couldn't do that right back that he was doing it ever how many thousand V. there over a boiling volcano but he was not going to fall into none of the debt the buying stuff his grandfather B. C.'s grandfather we watching it earlier scrapped was trying to walk across something important Rico he had a leisure suit on that was probably his first mistake but he wasn't the quickest he got a little like a little windy it wasn't secured properly next thing you know grandpa tries to hold on and wait goes but it was that the fine people turning in that if you would've told everybody yesterday he has a heart is guaranteed the zero and if you wanna.

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Mom of 2 missing kids extradited to Idaho to face charges

Arizona's Morning News

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Mom of 2 missing kids extradited to Idaho to face charges

"We may be one step closer to learning what happened to the missing Idaho children with valley ties KTA ours Taylor can rep has been following the developments and is live in the new center with those details Walmart that the case is definitely moving forward the kids mother Lori Valerie short court appearance in Hawaii and is now on a plane heading back to Idaho in February valley was arrested on felony child abandonment charges in Hawaii where she and her new husband Chad gable have been saying for weeks besides the disappearance of seven year old JJ and seventeen year old Kylie Dave Allen fellow had ties to several suspicious deaths including ballot ex husband Charles who was shot and killed outside his Phoenix home by fellows brought other who later died in Gilbert of unknown causes it's been six months since JJ entirely were

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Brought you by Howard air now from the KTA are sports desk at sports guy welcome to that's right yes some guy or whatever you know come on you whatever you want as long as we're gonna get rid of one preseason game mom all for it yeah that's the way we're head right now we have late night drama at the combine where the NFLPA reps vote to pass along the new CBA for a vote by all the players of the get fifty percent plus one then the game it's new it's a new deal new CBA for the next decade and that means you'll get a seventeen game regular season the NFL may be effective next year at the end of all combine Kliff Kingsbury here you go share that if you go back to the first after the cardinals first game against the lions it was so bad I was thinking I can't leave I just bought that house the two games other firebase it would add about everything we could get a path in the material on the sideline yeah there was consternation that for staff and then they rallied in the second half in the end of time the line so tied at one in the third carries with the Panthers on the power play around to return your circles out they still are up like all a Florida goes on to win two one despite the return of Darcy camper in goal and a lot other teams the dogs are fighting with they got two points last night D. backs beat LA seven three win against the Dodgers John two point eight to sharpening their but what about Mason Saunders Madison Bumgarner liberal start on on Thursday so Thursday will be a start okay so there you go the story live al Lowe and no Kelly Oubre tonight sons downtown against the clippers seven o'clock on ninety seven FM Arizona sports he has that right knee injury now and that is portable can be see on KTAR news NASCAR coming to town in a couple of weeks you know what what we see here this past weekend in Vegas yep Ford winning again the blue oval taken the checkered I mean we're talking about Ford America's best selling brand hits him out for the last decade more people choose for than any other brand and that's all great and that looks good up there but what what about right here right now what about our wallets how do we win at this very moment well guess what's going on Ford truck month announced this week for truck month we wait all year for Ford truck month and it's not just what they're saying it's the numbers are put in there how about zero percent APR financing for seventy two months zero percent for seventy two months and yes we're talking about the best sign under trucks for forty three plus years running amazing when you climb behind the wheel of an F. one fifty just last month I was able to drive around for a couple of weeks and you realize man this is why the F. one fifty has been America's best selling truck for more than four straight decade you get built Ford tough that's a class towing and payload bill Ford smart all the latest in technology fact you're looking at the real time read out on the screen get more than twenty miles per gallon you're like yeah this is the.

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Multiple countries see sharp spike in coronavirus cases

Arizona's Morning News

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Multiple countries see sharp spike in coronavirus cases

"Hang on your wall at the stock market is set to open in about ninety minutes and it could get ugly thanks to the coronavirus KTA Arjun crosses live with the details Jamie they're expecting a very bad day on wall street's looks like it could open eight hundred down or more R. coronavirus fears a spike to South Korea Iran among those countries ABC's James James long as Italy were about a dozen towns are now it locked down hundred fifty cases of chronic virus at least four dead and it'll officials in Milan Italy's fashion and financial capital taking extreme precautions fashion show by Georgia money deserted it had to be streamed instead models walking the runway in a room full of empty chairs in a worldwide the number of people sickened by the virus is top seventy nine thousand most of that it China just spoke with the head of the Arizona chamber of commerce and industry what hammer who will be hurt six thirty he said he's starting to become worried about tourism manufacturing the supply chains and the impact of the corona virus on higher education in Arizona live in is under John cross

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Trump to give State of the Union address ahead of expected acquittal at impeachment trial

This Morning - America's First News with Gordon Deal

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Trump to give State of the Union address ahead of expected acquittal at impeachment trial

"Well president trump delivers the state of the union address tonight on the eve of his likely acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial let's go live to KTA hours Jim cross for preview urging here the president will deliver his state of the union address this evening in valley political experts and bars it can't imagine a more tension filled circumstance for a president to deliver a state of the union in the entire world will be for looking focused and paying attention to the United States capitol and the president's speech and it's what an

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US Natioanls Scared Of Deadly Coronavirus, Traveling With Masks

Mac and Gaydos

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

US Natioanls Scared Of Deadly Coronavirus, Traveling With Masks

"Lynn here's our top story certainly everyone's a bit concerned Arizonans a broader starting to take some precautions as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread Michael rang grew up here in the valley but is now living in such one China he tells KTA are in the past two weeks he started working to protect himself from the virus sars daily life I wear a mask and actually I've never really worn a mask here in China even with the air pollution so that that change to bring says he and other U. S. nationals in China are also adjusting travel plans carrying hand sanitizer and avoiding livestock in

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Arizona mother arrested on suspicion of killing her three young children

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona mother arrested on suspicion of killing her three young children

"Are horrendous triple murder in south Phoenix of three young children and police say the mother has admitted to killing them KTA ours Jim crosses live near twenty fourth street in southern yeah Bob officers found a seven month old girl two year old girl and a three year old boy inside of this home last night they had been explicit by reporters trying to revive them but it was too late moments ago Phoenix was sergeant Mercedes fortune told Arizona's morning news there twenty two year old mother has admitted she kill these children the father in another relative haven't been arrested they were at home too I could say they're they're not from Arizona it sounds like they just moved here from out of state so that's something that dark investigators will be looking into as well so far police have not released the cause of death that will be determined by the county medical

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KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Howard Air KTA Artie's time seven fourteen there is only this morning news news flash I'm Jamie west with three things you need to know right now three small children ages seven months to three years old have been found dead inside a south Phoenix home police say there are no obvious signs of trauma K. T. A. R. Jim crosses there we will talk to him next the historic impeachment trial gets under way today in the Senate and Republican Arizona congresswoman Debbie Lesko will be part of president trump's team in one of the most ardent supporters of the president team coverage coming up at seven thirty the nation's drug addiction crisis is turned in a deadly new direction more Americans struggling with math and cocaine now the government will allow states to use federal money earmarked for the opioid crisis to help people addicted to those drugs as well you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station KTAR news this is part one the most difficult calls at our officers and fire personnel respond to Phoenix police sergeant met Mercedes fortune their officers trying CPR to revive those three kids a Jamie just mention no avail there though the range in age from seven months to three years old there's still a lot of questions and Katie airstream crosses live at the scene is there any any more answers jammers it's just too early in the investigation it's just too early right now but Phoenix police say they will give us an update that we're expecting that within the hour but again they they arrived at the home last night here there twenty four street and southern they found the three children seven months two year old girl three year old boy inside of the home police firefighters try to revive them but to no avail everything about this right now is really a mystery to how these children died you had the.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From the KTA our business center from ABC news Wall Street now stocks have lost some of their earlier steam as they're headed into the mid day the Dow Jones industrial average was sixty three points lower the standard poor's five hundred was on change the nasdaq composite was thirteen points higher before the noon hour the latest volley in the U. S. Iran scuffle ease economic instead of military administration is imposing new sanctions on Iran's metal exports and on eighty Iranian officials who have quote advance the regime's destabilizing objectives the official numbers are out and show that hiring slowed a bit last month the labor department says one hundred forty five thousand jobs were created in December against expectations of one hundred sixty thousand the unemployment rate did hold steady at three and a half percent the grounding of the Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jetliners beginning to ripple out to other aviation contractors spirit aerosystems which builds a large part to the Max airframe has announced that it laying off twenty eight hundred of its workers generally an ABC news and checking the very latest numbers on Wall Street right now the Dow Jones industrials are down fifty points the nasdaq is up to and about almost three points and the S. and P. five hundred is about flat right now for more money news visit the KTA our business center at K. T. A. R. dot com we're five minutes away from Dave Ramsey now from Arizona's morning news Jim sharp joins us with a sharper point commentary presented by Schwartz laser eye centers with you like him or not whether you like his policies or not whether you like the results of those policies are not one has to admit the Donald trump's border policies have brought results today and you move the announcement that one hundred miles of new barriers have been completed along the border with Mexico in Mexico itself is also doing a lot to stop central American migrants from crossing into the U. S. but that doesn't mean the central American migrant problem is gone it's just become less of a problem for us and a lot less fewer than forty one thousand foreigners were arrested or stop at our southern border in December down by more than one hundred thousand people from may a seventy two percent drop maize high by the way a thirteen year high end December mark seven straight months of decreases along the border but the migrant problem is gone it's just more normalized for most of last year Guatemala and Honduras were the primary countries immigrants are coming from now Mexican nationals are accounting for half the arrest and stops but still the central American migrant problem is gone because the problems that motivated the migrants are gone nor are the migrants they're just waiting for asylum in a third party country or are living in the problematic violent conditions in their home country that made others move I worry that these countries conditions will have to be relieved at some point or another and that the migrant crisis was just a little bit like a relief valve we might look back at this time not the note or or president trump successes but our failure to see the big picture make it was better to welcome thousands into of the U. S. back in two thousand nineteen instead of having to swoop in to rescue entire countries made up of millions because whether you like that policy you're not you know rescuing countries is what we do right join Jim sharpen Jamie west Monday morning at five four Arizona's morning news on KTAR news recapping our top story the new loop to a to stop Mountain freeway helps connect the east and West Valley but without one serious feature two weeks into the operation we found out the hard way the new twenty two miles of freeway what is what out wrong way driver detection one person was killed in a wrong way crash Arizona department of public safety director colonel Frank Milstead tells KTAR it's expected to be installed this summer authorities are scaling back their search for a missing Phoenix man Corey Bailey was last seen December twenty ninth in castle hot springs when he went for a walk while four wheeling with friends it was reported missing two days later than a search is been going on since then in rugged terrain north of lake pleasant the Yavapai county sheriff's office has told Bailey's family that they've had no success in finding him but that detectives will continue to review any new developments there's one less Democrat running for president self help Christian author Marianne Williamson as announced on her website that she will not be able to garner enough votes and is suspending her campaign and actor who's been a member of the volunteer Maricopa county sheriff's posse is about to become a deputy in New Mexico sixty eight rolled Lou for regnal will be deputized in Sir coral to Mexico next week he's also been a reserve deputy in Los Angeles county in California for regnal played the incredible hulk on TV back in the nineteen seventy six it's twelve thirteen here's what we're working on this afternoon indicate your newsroom this got still fire department is ready and waiting for what it calls signature events for their department KTA ours alley Ventnor joins us live in the news center with more Barrett Jackson kicks off tomorrow with that deputy fire chief Adam hoster says they even have some new tools this year in the auction all we actually have an a walking team has has medic capabilities we can monitor different things like seal levels just inside that auction hall and alongside their hazmat crew you must stand bys with bike team Ames medical card teams and walking teams Jackson runs to the nineteen Scottsdale PD and fire have just about one week in between the car show in the waste management Phoenix open live in the newscenter an alley that never KTA our news let's check your drive down with Larry Lewis live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Bob this crash slowing.

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A New Type Of Warfare Is Among Us

Arizona's Morning News

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

A New Type Of Warfare Is Among Us

"A new type of warfare is among us and an expert in the field is speaking to Arizona leaders about it Katie a ours Ali Ventnor joins us live with the details admiral Lee Gunn is the vice chairman of the center for naval analysis military advisory board he's speaking to the Arizona corporation commission about serious vulnerabilities that come along with electric grids in what some are calling cyber wars I don't think we know how to classify electronic war of that type but there is a war going on he says the US is attacked millions of times a day in because it deadly serious total avalanche of attempts to do mischief on the internet by China Iran Russia others is just staggering he says the worst that can happen with an attack on a power grid like Palo Verdi would be be taken down completely live in the newscenter I'm alley that inner KTA our

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Buttigieg, Biden Within Two Points Of Trump in Arizona: poll

Arizona's Morning News

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

Buttigieg, Biden Within Two Points Of Trump in Arizona: poll

"Memory Mike noble with always predictive insights as to Democrats are giving president trump a true run for his money in the Grand Canyon state former vice president Joe Biden in south bend Indiana mayor people to judge our each within two points of president of the resident in Arizona according to this new poll each pretty give insight surveyed more than six hundred Arizona voters last week why the new center Taylor can wrap KTA our

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Camera KTA our news K. D. A. R. eyes on immigration thousands demonstrated outside the Supreme Court yesterday justices heard arguments on president trump's attempt to end the daca program ABC's Devin Dwyer reports the court's decision goes beyond the president's authority to wind it the justices pretty much all agree that the president has the authority to end the daca program was created by president Obama after all the question here was the rationale did the president adequately explain at the time of making the decision why he was doing it and how he was doing it in fact federal law requires that they do as much and the plaintiffs in this case number of universities number of these doctor recipients themselves say the administration failed to meet that bar in there for the recision is unlawful Arizona lawmaker John Kavanagh believes the doc a program was created illegally by president Obama and should be terminated it's a serious and dangerous precedent to allow presidents to create their own laws when Congress from past them he says Congress to pass legislation to replace the doc a program that should include a path to legal residency for the participants who don't have criminal records in the wake of the mass murder of American women and children south of the Arizona border governor Doug Ducey is talking about cartel violence of the importance of protecting Arizonans well we're going to of course continue to focus on border security in Arizona the border strike force in department of public safety has been the lead vehicle on that do see says even with all the security issues Arizona continues to have a strong trade relationship with Mexico Katie K. our eyes on education more students.

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"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On JP fox KTA Arness at eight OO three it is fifty nine degrees in Avondale today marks one week since three American women and six children were ambushed and killed seventy miles south of the Arizona border drug cartels are believed responsible I one valley expert things he knows what may have happened former Tempe police sergeant Kevin Boone Jr also has experience with the D. E. A. and did surveillance of Mexican drug cartels he doesn't think the victims of last week's massacre were just in the wrong place at the wrong time we start talking about collateral damage that happens in places that are populated this was out on a road that everything that I'm understanding is fairly desolate he tells KTA ours Bruce Saint James and family issues that the victims were the cartels target my gas this particular group of folks got sideways with that cartel cartel wants to make a point to make a point what does he think will happen to the killers nothing the cartels can do whatever they want whenever they Bob Maclay KTAR news the last thing Devin Lankford remembers his mother saying before she was gunned down get down right now she was trying to praise the lord the thirteen year old and one of the surviving children spoke to ABC news he hit his siblings and bushes to conceal them from the fire fight before walking fourteen miles to get help a twenty one year old castle Grande mammal Sir four consecutive six year prison sentences for killing four people in a wrong way D. Y. crash it happened on I seventeen south of flagstaff two years ago since this case involved a motor vehicle which is considered a dangerous instrument and he was under the influence it's considered a violent crime which means he will have to serve every day of his twenty four years and will get no credit for good behavior but KTA our legal analyst Michael as Jim says Arizona treats do you why deaths as negligent homicides with shorter prison terms because dependents can argue they didn't know what they were doing a new strain of math it is cheaper to make it more addictive than ever math two point OO however addiction experts say despite the concerns about this one the root of the problem is why people begin using enough first place we have to start questioning why is it that somebody picks up and if we scale it down we look at what the core issue is we have to look at what's happening in the homes the fact that we have children that are being raised with no coping skills we have parents that have no coping skills you Bonnie fields as the clinical director at a better today recovery services in Phoenix it says the truth as it's never really known what can be in any drug and that's what adds to the danger.

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Details on Death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

01:14 min | 3 years ago

Details on Death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

"West president trump has proclaimed the raid that led to the suicide death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi a huge victory in the fight against terrorism once on the ground the commandos blowing a hole through Baghdad he's hide out the front door had been booby trapped once inside troops then used a dog to track Baghdadi eventually cornering him and three young children he had taken with him in a dead end tunnel worry set off a suicide vest killing himself and those three children that's ABC's Martha Raddatz and I'm Jim Ross live in the newscenter we learn from the governor's tweet yesterday the raid that killed Baghdadi was named after Kayla Mueller from Prescott should travel to Syria and twenty thirteen on a humanitarian mission she was taken captive held hostage a news or death came with pictures sent by ISIS in twenty fifteen body has never been a found her father Carl Miller tells ABC al Baghdadi his organization captured our daughter kidnapped her hello there for eighteen months torture like that it was responsible also for the deaths of Americans James Foley Steven Sotloff and Peter kassig why the new center jump across KTA our

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Southwest pilots accused of streaming plane bathroom video to cockpit

Rosie on the House

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

Southwest pilots accused of streaming plane bathroom video to cockpit

"A Southwest Airlines flight attendant is suing the airline flight attendant Renee Stein occur accuses two pilots on a flight out of Phoenix of live streaming video from one of the planes restrooms to an iPad in the cockpit KTA our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom this would be a very difficult case to prove it if the flight attendant making the allegations did not have evidence but apparently she has a picture showing what was on the iPad the pilots denied the allegations in southwest says they do not place cameras in the bathrooms and have no other comment on the pending

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kta" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Southern border wall KTA ours actually flight is live in the newsroom with details thank you the US actor border patrol is currently working on two projects one is just east of San the least thirty put an eighteen foot Pollard style variants they're going up there agent Jose Gotti by with you my sector says they're also installing thirty foot Ballard style fencing across five miles along the Colorado River in those five miles it'll be replacing old outdated vehicle bollards and barriers that are doing nothing to stop the family units and other single adults are pouring over the border border apprehensions are currently trending down however body by says the work it still needs to be done live in the newscenter Ashley flood KTAR news. it's five oh one so let's check on the drive with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center freeway crashes down to a couple is about I tended a hundred Seventh Avenue there's a wreck on the shoulder and on the southbound state route one forty three the whole kind expressway a crash no reported at universities will be on the look out of reach lot of service three wrecks out there as well touch on a second we're right times thirty four minutes northbound seventeen from the split north all the way up to Peoria thirty seven minutes one on one westbound Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard to seventy Fifth Avenue twenty three minutes fifty one north bound I too many stack north developed and the ten westbound heavy from the fifty one west out to thirty First Avenue lighter slowing the ninety First Avenue with service three racks at southern in McClintock a vehicle fire cave creek and union hills the crash of thirty second street north of green way and also lake pleasant parkway north Happy Valley parkway collision the traffic report brought to you by your valley Chevy dealers when dependability styling cargo rheumatic you need to check out the full Chevy SUV and crossover lined up until now it's your valley Chevy dealer in the garret.

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