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"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 four oh two and Becky Lynn and here's our top story an activist who's usually critical Phoenix police had nothing but nice things to say about them today K. T. A. R.'s Peter Seymour joins us live with the story well Becky the Reverend Jarrett Maupin echoed Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams last night's downtown protest of George Floyd's death in police custody in Minneapolis was mostly peaceful we had over fifteen hundred people they showed up within forty eight hours of intense organizing working hand in hand with the police to talk about the route we would take and to try to cover every aspect of public safety the organizer thank police while distancing himself and condemning the actions of vandals especially the eight who were arrested Marvin said his people protested and went home reporting live Peter say more KTAR news we cannot and will not tolerate criminal activity which endangers our community that is Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams who says her officers demonstrated patience during last night's protest which she says started mostly peaceful until the end to the late evening demonstrators damage police and civilian vehicles police businesses neighboring businesses even after officers continuously declared the unlawful assembly eight people were arrested that one driver cited for traffic violations two officers went to the hospital for heat related complications but they've been released at least five fully marked Phoenix police vehicles several bus stops windows at police headquarters and windows and another building were damaged and at the Arizona department of public safety now has installed fencing to protect its headquarters near me dal in nineteen th Avenue after the protesters did all that damage last night in downtown Phoenix over the alleged error over the death of George Floyd who died in police custody in Minnesota DPS as this will ensure they hope their safety if another protest happens tonight or any time over the weekend virus in Arizona posted nineteen continues to be destructive in the Navajo nation and other tribes however progress is being made in slowing the virus with help from Arizona governor Doug Ducey's virus task force Major General Mick McGuire has commissioned water tanks to the nation and a food supply chain for specific missions from the food banks down in Santa Cruz County that have excess produce to move that equipment with our guard task force logistics and that food supplies up to the north eastern part of the state requires says they've had a lot of public support in their efforts to help out the tribes let's check on traffic now with detour Dan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center car westbound I. ten re opened at Miller road earlier crash that had all lanes blocked is all open all lanes road however I caution you there are about five miles were the brake lights in both directions from state route eighty five two just east of that location where that record so be advised trying to get out of town or get into town going to be waiting for your brake lights out there forget about a five mile stretch getting east of state route eighty five one of one westbound near fifty ninth Avenue crashes been moved off right we've also got some service three racks of bell road east of a hundred fifteenth Avenue Lincoln west of Scottsdale road and Indian school west of eighty Third Avenue that's a vehicle fire this report brought to you by your valley Chevy dealers cedar valley Chevy dealers today during the Memorial Day sales event huge offers on new and certified pre owned see your valley Chevy dealers today hurry in the century in surprise deterred and get your nails one hundred excessive heat warning through the weekend as are unusually hot conditions stick around it'll be mostly clear with lows in the upper seventies to low eighty St I then will one to one oh nine on Saturday and one ten on Sunday with mostly clear conditions through the weekend an ABC fifteen religious iris amicitia one twelve in Peoria weather brought to you by Howard air with.
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"It and if your insurance will cover and that kind of thing you can sign up for that test online find out more at KTAR dot com beginning today valley firefighters are finding out if their immune to corona virus so far this morning we've tested five positive firefighters Dr Shelley Shukla with Scottsdale based Vince your cancer center says those firefighters have the antibodies meaning they're essentially immune to the virus they hope to test three thousand firefighters by the end of the week Phoenix firefighter Meghan Tranter was one of them so many days we go into work and people are just nervous we think we may have had it we not sure so this is kind of going to give us some peace of mind any firefighter a part of the local for ninety three can get tested until Thursday Monday they start testing police alley Vagner KTAR news once Pima county first responders and healthcare workers get the first code nineteen antibody tests from the university of Arizona this week Dr Michael dake says he and his research team will apply what they've learned to all of Arizona beginning may seventh there will ever grow up real bad exposed to the virus about at least five days it may be possible early on you're immediately at the we may not show antibodies five S. one to the nineteen patients should get the diagnostic test instead well there isn't a schools closed due to the coronavirus the class of twenty twenty is experiencing an unusual and that their senior year some teachers from high school in the east valley you're doing a little something to make things better teachers from queen creek high school are driving to the home of every senior to put a sign that reads you did a class of twenty twenty challenging times right now and anything we can do to just bring a little joy these kids faces I'm all in Austin Watkins teaches English and coaches varsity football at the school he has already dropped off more than twenty signs the surprise means a lot to seniors like Gus Campbell who says this is not the senior year he envisioned or so we don't have a call which is really awesome the teachers did something very selfless resell the city no KTAR news Arizona businesses want to open the economy responsibly and they want to do it together Tom Hatten is the owner of mountainside fitness and he tells KTA ours Mike Broomhead show about fifty of us business leaders on the phone representing a little over three hundred thousand employees and they have one common goal we definitely need to start moving forward in opening our business because we're we're really concerned about the two livelihood of the businesses and all we need to go back to work Hatten says they're taking health and safety into account and discussing solutions with the governor's office Luke Forstner KTAR news however Phoenix mayor KKK go tells Katie A. R.'s Gatos and Chad the governor has to follow the guidelines before we start to reopen the economy we don't want to be opening up while we are going towards our eight when your doctor tells you to take an antibiotic you take it until it's done you don't take it until you start to feel better you have to complete the course of treatment she says Arizona has seen a decrease in the number of cases and deaths but in order to re open we have to have at least thirteen days of declining numbers Phoenix rescue mission's annual code red heat relief program kicks off on may first that provides water and other assistance to people who are homeless during hot summer months but it's a little bit different this year kind of ramped up in light of Kobe just making sure that we were spending extra time connecting with the most marginalized people recount already been doing that and we're just carrying it on Nathan Smith with Phoenix rescue mission says volunteers will also be taking additional safety precautions during coronavirus coming up on six oh nine president trump at a White House press conference today suggested schools can reopen faster than some businesses president trump emphasizing he wants the economy open soon the word to safety okay rapid but safety the president suggesting schools should reopen first young people seem to do very well so I know that there are some governors that aren't necessarily ready to open up this stage but they may be ready to open up their schools but no explanation of what happens if non symptomatic children bring the virus home to more vulnerable parents Andy field ABC news Washington the White House also had an overview of its efforts to make enough tests for code nineteen available so states can sample at least two point six percent of their populations each month American airlines expanding its response to code nineteen concerns American Airlines is joining United and JetBlue now requiring that flight attendants wear masks on board and in early may American Airlines is will begin giving sanitizing wipes or gel and masks to every passenger boarding its flights eventually once they have enough masks rolled out to every flight American says it's also going to do more frequent cleaning of its planes that's ABC's Alex stone coming up in just a few minutes to some first responders and healthcare workers will be getting the first antibody tests this week we'll tell you more coming up on that in just a moment and we'll check in with Peter Dan again KTA are news time right now is six ten health care workers to first responders to the people working grocery stores and delivering packages to.
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"The children and their father at and find descriptions at KTAR dot com you know I was just thinking about how scary I mean it's always scary when we get an amber alert right every child's life is important but in a time like this this is got to be extra scary for mom for the other family members and part of this is you know first off you don't feel like you can you can go out you can leave a whole house and go out and search for your kids which you know is probably very few dial the first place even if we were understate home orders but because we are under state home orders there are fewer eyes out there right here right that's true normally a time like this we would have packed freeways is delighted and usually tells us about right but we don't have packed freeways right now and so I I wanted to to mention that information which you just gave again in case anybody sees this car it's a two thousand thirteen gray Nissan pathfinder it's a four door smaller S. U. V. Arizona license plate C. H. T. five three nine three C. H. T. as in Tom five three nine three and also just looking at the pictures of these little kids oh my gosh you know you just you just do your pray nothing bad happens to them I mean they're just precious the just precious little girls at two little girls in this little boy and I'm just a man he just really really hope nothing bad happens here so and apparently the dad has threatened something bad could happen to them and to him you know so once again it's Stephan Charles Robinson he's black his two little girls was in his little son are black and they're in a great two thousand thirteen Nissan pathfinder to four door SUV a smaller one with it Arizona license plate C. H. T. five three nine three you know this is going up on the on the message boards all over the area is as we speak to so you'll probably see that but you know if you're out yeah but if you're one of the few people that has the opportunity to be out right now you know maybe you're going out and doing some of that essential shopping or maybe you have a job like a gym an idea where we have to show up at a worksite you know use that it did the advantage maybe these for these children well another thing you said not as many people around not as many eyes are out there but there aren't as many cars either so it may you may have a better chance of spotting this one yes yes so you know just does something for all of us keep mine when I hate when I get off work and I start to head towards home I'm gonna try and keep a little bit better of an eye out so just keep an eye out for grade Nissan pathfinder and then you don't even have to get close enough I I think that to see the license plate to at least you know call nine one one and and let them know Hey this might be the guy might be because you know you might save not just the children's lives but his life too right so if if what is threatening he intends to carry out that would be an incredibly incredibly tragic it is six seventeen dollar KTAR.
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"Is at thirty two fifty six for more money news visit the KTA are business center at KTAR dot com time for the KTA our time line with Steve then Meister brought to you by the husband and wife lot team of rire laws protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since nineteen ninety six it's February twenty fourth and on this day in eighteen sixty three president Lincoln designated a big chunk of land as the territory of Arizona Arizona was originally a part of the New Mexico territory you know how we're right next to them now Arizona is on the west side in New Mexico is on the east well it wasn't always going to be that way when they originally talked about splitting the territories they discussed splitting it north and south with the Tucson and Phoenix and Albuquerque in Arizona in Santa Fe in flagstaff in New Mexico they later settled on the shape that our state is now but did you know that the first capital of Arizona was actually press kit it was moved to Tucson four years later and then moved back to Prescott later it was finally moved to Phoenix in eighteen eighty nine another interesting nugget the original Arizona Territory included what is now Las Vegas which was later designated as a part of Nevada what could have been the Las Vegas Strip in the upper corner of Arizona I'm sure that's exactly what Abe Lincoln envisioned when he designated our state is a territory on this day in eighteen sixty three D. D. A. R. news time made twelve the story just keeps getting creepier and creepier new developments this morning in the case of the two missing children with valley ties JJ valoe entirely Ryan now mom was arrested last week for failing to produce the children when ordered to now K. T. A. R. Taylor can have joined this we're learning court documents show Laurie bellows niece may know what happened to the children Taylor that's right Jamie so Brandon Boudreaux ex wife is Melanie Boudreau she's worried niece is allegedly part of the same cold as the children's mother Lori and her husband Chad gable during Brandon and Melanie's divorce he filed for child custody paperwork and it came out that Melanie knows where the kids are according to brand and where the dish do they think they are that's what's not unknown age they're saying that she's not cooperating with police all right and we're but we're learning of more ties to Arizona right correct so what's happening here is this is where the story takes another turn Brandon claims that Melanie tried to have him killed in a drive by shooting right here in Arizona he claimed she tried to kill him for a life insurance policy bites that doesn't seem as far fetched when you remember that Lori's ex husband Charles who used to live in the valley was killed in a very similar way unrelated to Arizona Chad gable's wife has also mysteriously died and police are still investigating that death while the twists and turns thanks for the update Taylor we have traffic for you with detour Dan ally for the valley Chevy dealers traffic so I want to jinx anything but is the west side done too I think it's topping out you know how it goes if it looks like it the numbers are holding steady and it's usually right about now that those numbers start to take that turn to go back down in the right direction but before we can even get to those I must tell you we just took on a new crash northbound one oh one this is going to be in the north of McDowell in the Pima freeway area just north of we got the three right lanes blocked center and right lanes blocked this a new crash just coming in northbound on the one O. one Pima I was about to tell you the Pima freeway had a thirty five minute ride with that record through everything in a tizzy we've got a thirty nine minute ride on the one on one eastbound seventy Fifth Avenue to Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard twenty nine minutes on the seventeen southbound Peoria to the ten split and nineteen minutes on the fifty one bell road to the ten mini stack in a wreck seventeen north bound now at the rose garden exit ramp the traffic report brought.
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"KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic he's here in Houston is five thirty am to leave the vin hundreds of cruise passengers are expected to fly back to the US today after almost two weeks of dockside quarantine aboard the diamond princess ABC's Maggie ruling many of the people on board we've spoken to are very frustrated about this they tell us they cannot believe they sat there twelve days of this quarantine they say was totally inefficient in the U. S. government perhaps should have stepped in earlier in the fact that they now have to redo it all over again they say is absurd the US government chartered flight will bring them back for another fourteen days of quarantine and US military bases former vice president Joe Biden campaigning in Nevada November X. says he's supporting him I'm all by my guys so the V. thank you good enough I'm leaning more towards him Biden speaking to a crowd of voters at the first and the church in north Las Vegas let's get a check now on our traffic and weather in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center it's Patrick roadie other jewelry Avenue crash in Phoenix on thirty Fifth Avenue that left the tallest in the crash in ten years on okay road and eighty family of showcase you cruise and see if that one I get is a pace and they re open the southbound lanes of cigarette eighty seven at mount close to fifty to have it shut down for about an hour because of serious crash there this report is sponsoring a little low on liberty mutual insurance we really pay Fortuny swiftly removed from church a you can customize your coverage Chile pay for what you need living the charge Sharon's on Patrick Prodi KTAR news his hair whether for the valleys face any seventy four is your high and snide meaning clear skies forty seven degrees.
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"You have got to read this story at KTAR dot com but you also need to hear the voice of a hero a hero who not only saved her sister from an attack inside their house but also got here about the heroic action she took that led to the arrest of the bad guy it within twenty four hours heck it about twelve hours the Peoria police department arrested a man yesterday who allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in her West Valley home yesterday morning they say this man knocked on the door of the house this is near ninety sevens drive at all about it about eight AM asked the woman who answered the door if she needed help you know walking dogs are babysitting basically saying he was looking for work he then forced her back into the house and that's where reporters at Crenshaw our other TV partners at ABC fifteen picks up the story it was a scream like she'd never heard before screaming her voice was the scream calling for help like she literally yelled my name is set help this woman who didn't want to be identified jumped out of bed and says she found this man on top of her older sister there if you was on the ground and the guy was getting off she believes the man was trying to rape her character from her bag and pulled her to the ground that guy took off running though and the sister chase him down none of us had seen his face clearly enough to actually give a description I decided just to go ahead and chase after him she chased after him she chased after him to get his picture and she got several pictures of him can you mention how scared she was Jamie and she just seen this guy attacker sister than she runs out the door to take his picture I have to say though if it was my sister I'd probably do the same thing yeah you know as you know why it's not it's not a rational decision you make at the moment yeah it might be a little crazy curry but also EE brave absolutely and one of the C. about bravery it's not the lack of fear is the ability to work past the fear right because discussion hot tiny he's pretty scary looking he is pretty scary looking and he had a vote even scarier this is the fact that he was willing to come into our house and attacked her sister in their house here's what sucks so cool though is this guy got arrested in and she talked to Zack Crenshaw a little later on in the day he was reporting on this on the news last night on ABC fifteen called me a few minutes after she saw our news of the arrest online she was sobbing and said she's so happy that he's been caught because they can sleep tonight without fear yeah because the they found him by the way at his residence which was not very far away like we're talking about a half mile even from their house and a jacket could you sleep at night knowing this guy had actually seen your face that you took his picture and what he was capable of hats off to her and boy so glad this guys behind bars and ends hopefully going to go away for a long time seven forty eight now KTAR.
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"KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KQ TA our news app your breaking news and traffic now. H. E. A. R. needs time it's eleven OO to line a neat hole new information on the case of the man whose son shot him dead in a heated argument last night channel please a sergeant Jason my Clemens says there were children who witnessed the whole incident but are on harmed the claimants believes the father was an armed to my knowledge right now we only we're only talking about one weapon in the house at that last night twenty six year old Victor Morales is still on the run after also being accused of shooting his mother and sister before fleeing the home on foot one is believed to be doing better after being upgraded from could critical condition if you have any information call police Katie a our eyes on economy of value calmness is shiny in a positive light on the latest jobs report US employers added a less than expected one hundred and thirty six thousand jobs in September but Eliot Pollock with Elliott D. Poliquin company says the unemployment rate hitting a fifty year low of three and a half percent approve the job engine is still humming along as you would expect this late in the cycle the number of jobs being created is lower than it was earlier in the cycle simply because there's fewer employees out there Pollack says there are still more than seven million vacant jobs and that's a good thing Charlie foster KTA RD seven toddlers at little sun shines Playhouse in preschool and Gilbert wandered off the school's property after they open the gate I'm from Friday give a police sergeant mark Marino says the kids who are about two years old wonder toward Val Vista road just south of baseline three witnesses driving by happen if the kids by the road stop assisted they notify the school and the kids are back in the school by the time we got to that location the pre schools corporate office released a statement saying the teachers have been suspended pending a full investigation they reported the incident to Arizona child care licensing and parents have been notified now for a check on traffic here's Mike Daniels life from the valley Chevy dealer traffic center. in nineteen Gavin baseline to watch out for a wrecking Chandler and almost cool road south of railroad at Dublin street pollution in Glendale fifty First Avenue and green way is to work in a crash in Scottsdale Indian school and Miller wrote the report sponsored by staples staples print and marketing services can help your business or big ideas into bigger ideas staples.
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"Center at KTAR dot com one of the new center jump cross KTA art is a valley mom says her son's suicide in twenty twelve dropped her to the concrete physically and emotionally after that Liane whole founded the end the whole sunspot sunshine foundation to share her son's story he had some struggles with the particular teacher he had a relationship issue he was not walking around sad he wasn't walking around like we want to box that person in as being depressed hold tells there is on this morning is she's spoken with more than a hundred thousand people across the nation about teen suicide prevention one of the biggest culprits right now bullying in person and in cyberspace Katie a our eyes on immigration the White House is transferring hundreds of acres of federal land to military control for construction of the border wall the US army is taking over five hundred and sixty acres of federal land for construction of seventy miles of a wall the transfer includes more than three hundred acres in Yuba county one hundred and ten in el Paso Texas and over forty acres near San Diego president drop still expects up to five hundred miles of his wall to be completed by the end of next year the Arizona was a moving along really well it's a really moving along rapidly and they need it desperately the interior department says this is the first time federal land has been transferred for border wall construction it was on a democratic congressman Robert hall has already come out in opposition to the move German foster KTAR news the conservative hometown newspaper of the state's Republican chairwoman says GOP leadership is determined to see the state turned blow in twenty twenty the newspapers words from like have a so this after Kelly ward said she wanted to stop democratic Senate candidate mark Kelly dead in his tracks former Republican governor Jan brewer tells KTA ours and I can get us what she did was unacceptable you've got a party going to wonder. and the people that are registered Republicans maybe going in another direction and now with what has happened is is like a cross the board that so many people are very disturbed with the comment mark Kelly's wife former congresswoman Gabby Giffords nearly died in a shooting. now for a check on traffic.
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"Business center at KTAR dot com coming up we'll go in depth on Phoenix police new technology to see how they were their officers perform under stress that's next on Arizona's morning news the valley's most interesting and most important news stories free from the Edward R. Murrow award winning KTA or his team KTAR dot com fees and no obnoxious pop up ads KTAR dot com what's the story behind billing Kathleen of American vision windows when bill and I decided to have our windows replaced we thought we had found a reputable company to do the job we had such a negative experience that we decided to take action and start American vision windows we empower our teams to do more to go further to add in Manitoba bottom line our team is the heart of American vision windows were like family we care about each other and care about our customers trust integrity quality these are the values our company stands for after almost twenty years and installing close to a million windows we're proud to still be the number one when the replacement company call four eight zero four two two sixteen thirty two for American vision windows AZ dot com see all our exceptional offers and join the American vision windows family of happy customers Scott was the arrest here Hey folks it's August which means it's hot it's humid and if you have pets you've probably got pet odors you see when the humidity in the summer goes up so to the smells you know what I'm talking about we've all got that friend whose house smells like fresh baked cookies and dog pee but don't worry zero risk can save you and your carpet from those embarrassing pet smells nobody cleans up after pets like zeros because we don't cover up the odors with chemicals into your risers and if necessary our power water can even go deep into the cushioning completely flush out old you're in spots and if you've got animals that shed you're gonna love this our sewerage lifter removed all the hair that your vacuum can't it's shocking what comes out of the carpet with our process so let us deal with those pet issues the.
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"KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. It's eight oh two good evening. I'm Peter say more. And here's our top story. The big DC ten firefighting air tanker based at Macy's gateway airport is fighting the Woodbury fire wick. Rick Hatton is the founder of the ten tanker air carrier, which owns the plane, flew four times yesterday and five times a day before that's a lot of retardant that fire, just seems to persist, and the turnaround from Mesa gateway to the Woodbury fire and back less than an hour. The blazes burned one hundred three square miles. It's forty two percent contained but it forced two hundred vacuum around Roosevelt lake, the feds are ending hacienda Healthcare's, Medicaid participation after a patient was found with maggots underneath his bandage. Governor Ducey says his top priority is making sure patients have uninterrupted care. I sit port the facility. Staying open, but we need different leadership there. It's not the facility that has been the issue. It's been the board and the leadership that's been there. But doozy says he'll let the state's health department decide the next steps a former nurse was fired on suspicion of raping an incapacitated patient who gave birth at hacienda, Arizona and Sonora governor's team up to pressure congress to approve a new trade agreement with their countries and Canada Mexican Senate passed the agreement a couple days ago by vote of one hundred fourteen to four Arezzo chamber. Ceo, Glenn hammer, also doesn't want partisan politics slowing deal. That could hurt the state's sixteen billion dollar yearly trade with Mexico, mining semiconductors auto manufacturing agriculture tourism and the governor's sent their letters to congress after Mexico pledged to slow the immigration surge which ended President Trump's threatened tariffs on Mexican goods traveling throughout the valley this weekend. The I ten westbound between Queen creek road and loop. Two will be closed from ten. PM tonight. The five AM Monday morning. Same goes for northeast Phoenix on the loop one on one between fifty six three and Scottsdale road. Check on traffic now. Here's Bradley Jay live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Yeah. Peter and channeling up north is not any easier at the moment is seventeen remain shut down north and south end at sunset point rest area as cruiser battling brushfire. But closer and we have a vehicle fire on Ironwood and Guadalupe also watch down bicyclist on fifty first avenue in Indian school traffic sponsored by compassion international. You can change the world for child and extreme poverty through compassion international. Just text child, two eight three three nine three to find out how I'm Bradley Jay.
Phoenix police release video of alleged shoplifting that led to standoff
"News coming up, Phoenix. Maybe one of the safest places to be right now, because of who's in town, but I looking at the video the officers extremely agitated. The language is extremely outdated. That's why Phoenix police chief and the mayor will be talking face to face with residence tonight about the latest allegations of excessive force by officers its top story. And here's Jamie west Phoenix police chief, Jerry Williams hopes community meeting this evening, will begin the healing process after the national controversy surrounding video showing officers pointing guns and shouting profanity's at a family during a shoplifting call. There are a lot of new developments. We begin live with KTAR, Jim cross, Jimmy. A lot of people expected to be a pilgrim respite church tonight, fourteenth street in Jefferson starting at six. The doors open at five. It's expected to last for several hours. The next Merrick geigo police chief, Jerry Williams will be there. The public's concerns Williams joined Ona's morning news yesterday. The one person in. Our community who doesn't feel safe when engaging with the police department, we have to work to that do also wanna remind folks, though, twenty nine hundred this need your support still of the community twenty nine hundred still go out and do an amazing job to everyday offense. Police have released store surveillance video the shoplifting incident eventually led up to the situation between the family and police captured on citizen video at an apartment complex. You can see that at KTAR dot
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"Center at KTAR dot com and some of the highlights coming up next of our interview with chief Jerry Williams responding to this incident caught on video that, she says, show, some unprofessional behavior from her officers. That's ahead on Arizona's morning news today on the news news station. The city of Phoenix is making strides towards becoming a dementia friendly city. You'll get details of how that's happening. And how Phoenix fire and rescue is leading the way KTAR is on education. We've got new enrollment numbers from the Zona teachers academy will bring you. Details of how the shortage and eras teacher workforce might be affected. Coming up. Keep up with the stories that affect Arezzo on zone. 'as news station, KTAR, news ninety two three FM and the KTAR news app. Phoenix homeowners experiencing pipe leaks in your home with your existing poly butyl, PVC, galvanized or copper pipes. It's a sure sign of more pipe failure to come repairs, or short-term bandaids with the likelihood of more leaks in water damage in your home. You'll only permanent solution is reaping your home repair specialists have been reaping homes for over twenty five years with forty thousand home repairs completed, they stand behind their work. They perfected the most efficient process repaving an entire home in just one to two days patching, your walls, and providing lifetime guaranteeing repipe specialists uses only high-quality PECS are USA, great L, copper pipes. And for a limited time, save five hundred dollars a whole house repipe, call repipe specialist today for your free in home estimate tailored for your home at eight eight eight three eight zero. Seventy ninety seven that's eight eight eight three eight zero seventy ninety seven eight eight eight three eight zero seventy ninety seven. Day after day, Becca neck pain that never stops can diminish our quality of life. And what happens when all the preventative measures to manage your pain are just no longer effective? Have you been told you need a spinal fusion and are looking for a better option, consider Sonatine sauna spine is a leader in next generation spine surgery and your guide to quickly getting you back to your best life, using revolutionary ultrasonic technology, Sonatine searches decompress pinched nerves relieving pain getting back to the life. You once.
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"At KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. It's eight thirty. Good evening. I'm John roller. President Donald Trump tonight directing the US intelligence community too quickly and fully cooperate with attorney general William bars investigation into the origins of the multi year probe into whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in two thousand sixteen the move marks esscalation, and Trump's efforts to investigate the investigators tonight, the Pentagon, presenting proposals to the White House to send military reinforcements to the Middle East to beef up defenses against Iran amid heightened tensions in that region. Acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan says the defense department has not yet determined how many troops might be sent to reinforce the existing US military presence in the region. There's a ground beef recall, says ABC's Chuck Sivertsen, over sixty thousand pounds of raw beef products from short ribs, brisket and others. That may be contaminated with E coli are being recalled by Aurora packing. Company of north Aurora, Illinois. The products were shipped nationwide. The federal agriculture department says the problem was discovered after a random sample was tested. No reports of illnesses says the USDA ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Thirty one right now. Let's get a check on the valley. Roadways bradley. Jay is live in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Hey, bradley. Jonas elegant Bennett. All we're down to one crash this evening. It's over on Dunlap near nineteenth avenue involving a pedestrian besides that roadwork has IT to westbound forty third avenue off ramp closed until late September definitely want to avoid that one traffic sponsored by unbound dot org. Girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor, an elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community reach out and change their world, and it will change your own unbound dot org. I'm.
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"KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. It's too. I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story some inmates that they Lewis prison in Buckeye will be transferred to whether state prisons until the issue of recurring broken cell door locks is fixed KTAR Jim cross is live in the news center. Above number of inmates won't be to be moved won't be made public for security reasons. ABC fifteen report a couple of weeks ago the prisoners left ourselves regularly because of tampered with or broken locks. They have assaulted correctional officers, including Garza who tells KTAR getting a and to be able to start fixing or hopefully, that's the whole reason behind it. You know, it knowledge is that there was a problem all along. Now, the governor a few days ago ordered investigation of the prison lock situation and the DO is handling of it. Why the news center Jim cross KTAR news more than one hundred firefighters, including several hotshot crews are back on the front lines fighting the one hundred sixty two acre. Mill fires seven miles southwest of crowned king Dolores. Garcia with bureau of land management says the fire is burning in a very remote area and isn't a threat to homes. Some mining areas are threatened the weather is working in their favor. Overnight humidity's firefighters a helping hand by coming up quite a bit significantly reducing the amount of fire behavior the fire area. Could also see some rain today. KTAR is on the economy. What is the future of big box stores places like Sears KMart have been closing stores recently, but valley real estate investor Michael Pollack says big box stores that are able to adapt will be able to survive the ones that are in spaces that seem to be more conducive to their businesses. They seem to be doing just fine, and those that are established and change with the times they seem to be doing just fine Pollack says big boxes that have been victims of what he calls the Amazon effect where people are ordering products online and having them delivered to their homes. It's important to stay. Safe at the Grand Canyon. Visit Megan Smith with the Grand Canyon says heat lack of preparedness at your medical history can lead to dangerous situations at the park. She adds taking pictures in bad areas. It can also lead to the danger on the main trail end or stay hens seat or a body link distance from the actual rim. I always tease visitors and save the view doesn't change or your picture isn't going to get much better. If you stand that much closer Smith says you should ask yourself if I were to fall right here. What would happen am I going to fall thirty feet or three hundred she encourages risk assessment? And now for a check on traffic. Here's Dani Sullivan live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center and got just a couple of things for you. I an accident looks like it's already in the clearing stages along the loop one. Oh, one eastbound.
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"To be dropped off at a local bus station greyhound won't allow anyone into its stations without pre purchase tickets so volunteers like stand cliff must meet migrants nearby dumped them on the side of the road when they have to Lucero says almost all of these asylum-seeking migrants. No, they could be free in the US for up to three years waiting for their first court appearance in often we see when that happens. The majority of them don't show for their first hearing stand cliff says better for migrants to hit the streets. I'll be temporarily then stay in those detention centers. They're on their way to meet with their families. They're on their way to the possibility of receiving asylum in the United States Lucero wants the law to allow ice to detain families longer than twenty days to allow agents more time to investigate asylum claims hoping to disincentivize migrants hoping to enter the US quickly give probably going to see the numbers drop off. And Lucero says the federal government is neither legally mandated nor financially appropriate to care. For migrants upon their release. Peterson more KTAR news and find more in depth interviews on this topic and continued coverage of immigration crisis at KTAR dot com. It's five thirty three. And here's Dani Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, I'm seeing delays on I seventeen southbound between Bethany home road in Indian school. And then I see another heavy spot between Buckeye in about seven th avenue. Now, I do see a truck off right at about seven th avenue big truck. And it looks like it is causing extra heavy spot of slowing right there. I tend on the other hand very heavy eastbound starts back approaching ninety first avenue, and it's often on all the way to nineteenth avenue. So the rush hour already here on I ten coming in from the avenues. This report. It is going to be brought to you by Fulton homes. Two seconds doesn't seem long, but when it.
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"News news flash. I'm Jamie west with three things you need to know right now. A man who sounded off at this week's Phoenix city council meeting over the sun's arena has been banned from future council meetings and entering some other city buildings and his public comments Larry name and referred to his nineteen Ninety-seven shooting of county. Supervisor Mary rose Wilcox day thirty thirty-five of the shutdown. But for the first time hints of a possible compromise. President Trump telling ABC news, he's open to deal to a deal to temporarily reopen the government and isn't ruling it out even if it doesn't fund his border wall expect some headaches getting around parts of the valley this weekend, the one oh one closed in both directions between seventeen and seventh avenue from nine tonight until nine tomorrow morning. Also, some restrictions on itin. Get a full list at KTAR dot com. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. KTAR in-depth Phoenix police chief Jerry Williams on with us here on Arizona's morning news yesterday talking about the hacienda healthcare investigation after they made the arrest of that nurse there who was alone with a lot of patients. So you're thinking to yourself. Wow. There's gotta be more potential victims here other than the woman who gave birth at the end of last year. Who is incapacitated. It could never give her permission. And that's why it's sexual assault. Well, yesterday, by the way, chief Williams said that's one of the things are looking into right? Eleanor rigors was arrested. Tori, therapists who worked at hacienda healthcare with the man who's been arrested and was on with MAC and Gaydos yesterday, and I think she partially answers. The question here about how many more potential victims. There could be on that wing that we're talking about. They call them pods. How many people my load was about anywhere from twelve to fifteen people. So I'm thinking the nurses loads are probably about the same. Okay. So keep in mind that there were likely people moved in and out of that word through the years that the suspect worked there. So that number twelve to fifteen is just a starting point because this man had an opportunity to be alone with all of of those patients, but you know, what you got to also say to yourself. Wow. What's going through the mind is somebody who knew this guy and Ellinora says Eleanor rigors once again talking with MAC and Gaydos, said she never ever saw this coming full me, I suppose, you could say because I had nothing, but a good opinion of him. I had a good professional working relationship with him friendly outgoing very nice if I had concerns that I had to bring him over a patient. I personally always felt like it was in good hands. It would be addressed. Now, we know otherwise, we know the monster. But not when I was working with him. I never saw any indication of anything other than professionalism, a nice guy. Never inappropriate with me. Never inappropriate that. I ever saw with anybody else. Gosh that has got to shake your confidence. Not only in people, but shake your confidence in your ability to know, what people are really like at work that closely with somebody every day every day. And is we pointed out yesterday here on Arizona's morning news. You know, all the background checks. I mean, they check the sex offender registries the child Protective Service registries the guy passed a background check, and it has fingerprint clearance card all this stuff. And you just sometimes just don't know six eighteen now at KTAR, and it's time now for your Rosie on the house help. Tip of the week exhaust fans. No, they're not groups of people that are crazy about being exhausted. We're talking about the ones in your bathroom. Hi. It's Gary d with Rosie on the house. Here's your tip of the week. And have you looked at your exhaust fan lately? In your bathroom, it likely hasn't been touched in a while. And it's probably filthy dusty in. But it's a real simple fixed to keep them clean, and it's important to. But the first rule of thumb is make sure you have the electricity disconnected to the fan or you'll find out pretty quickly that it's still connected. Get your vacuum cleaner ready or rag and some cleaning solutions and slowly. But surely just start cleaning around the fan blades. Maybe take the cover off. And you could soak it in some dawn liquid with some water just get right up in there and make sure all the dirt grime and dust is completely clean, and then reassemble it and you're back to a nice clean exhaust fan that will exhaust the steam and humidity from your bathroom. We've got the complete article. You should take a look at it. Just text Rosie. R O S I E to four one one nine two.
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"A disabled vehicle it's on ice seventeen northbound it's right at the Dunlap exit ramp, and that far left turn lane is blocked tow truck just arrived on the scene. This report. It's brought to you by stampede plumbing. Call today and mention Gaydos and receive fifty percent off a water heater flush call six zero two eight four two thirteen hundred that's six zero two eight four two thirteen hundred Dani Sullivan, KTAR news, mostly sunny skies today. Make sure you get out and enjoy the holiday high of sixty five tonight clear, a low of forty seven sunny skies back up into the mid sixties. Tomorrow weather is brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair, call Howard air. Here at eight oh, wait time. Now to take a look at your money from the copper point insurance business center, titan solar power just opened its new corporate headquarters in Mesa their new digs near baseline and country. Club is more than twice the size of the previous offices eighteen thousand square feet and Gilbert, the International Monetary Fund has cut its forecast for world economic growth this year, citing heightened trade tensions and rising interest rates. The IMF says it expects global growth this year of three and a half percent down from three point seven percent in two thousand eighteen in from the three point seven percent. It had forecast for twenty one thousand nine back in October the stock market closed today for the MLK holiday after posting big gains on Friday for more money news. You can visit the copper point insurance business center at KTAR dot com. Big controversy in.
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"Name KTAR news mostly sunny today with a high of seventy degrees, the high tomorrow seventy. Two with partly cloudy skies and look for a fair skies overnight with a low of about forty two this evening. Your weather is brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair, call Howard air. Take a look at your money from the copper point insurance business center. It could be today is the day that determines the fate of Sears bankruptcy hearing scheduled for today. We'll determine if a last ditch four point four billion dollar bid from Sears. Chairman. Eddie Lampert is valid or if the iconic retailer will be sold off to liquidators. Sears doesn't accept the bid. It's expected to ask a court for permission to start liquidating its remaining four hundred and twenty-five stores. Dow futures looking pretty decent right now. They're up one hundred and sixty seven points the s&p five hundred's of sixteen. Nasdaq futures are up forty three for more money news. Visit the copper point insurance business center at KTAR dot com. And this this story, which has just been shocking to hear about over the last few days where a vegetative state woman who's in a vegetative state actually becomes pregnant and gives birth at a care home. How could this possibly happen? Well, you know, what there's a another side to all this. I heard from a healthcare professional who's visited this facility before and says, it's a it's a great place. We'll talk about this coming up in just a few KTAR news time is six oh nine. President Trump will address the nation on the situation that the US border at seven PM tonight. Are we close to ending the partial government shutdown have Democrats made a deal with Trump on funding? The wall KTAR news ninety two three FM brings you the president's address. Live followed by immediate local reaction from KTAR evening. Host Chad Benson. Listen to ninety seven KTAR news ninety two three FM and streaming live on the KTAR news app. If.
Business Economists: Solid Growth Ahead but Risks From Trade
"Today. It's a on-track to be a pretty robust day on the Dow at least at Dow futures right now four hundred forty five points s and p five hundred forty one the NASDAQ up one hundred forty four and for more money news. Visit the copper point insurance business center at KTAR dot com. Coming up in about five minutes. We will talk to ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts who covered all four of president h George H W Bush's national campaigns both for vice president and president. And what his legacy? He ends up being that's ahead on Arizona's morning news.
'Design errors' faulted in Florida bridge that collapsed: agency
"In Butte county sheriff Corey Hania says he will likely rise even more currently have one hundred thirty people on our unaccounted for lists national guard teams are now helping search for victims along with twenty two cadaver dogs, Alex stone ABC news zoo in court this hour mail suspect, Cesar CEO, keys, accused of sending more than a dozen explosive devices to people have been critical of President Trump. British Prime Minister Theresa May's expected to speak any moment as she faces criticism for latest Brexit plan. She spoke to parliament this morning drawing laughs, but may believes her plan ultimately will pass you're listening to ABC news. Arizona's news station. News station. KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app. Your breaking news and traffic now. Geno two. I'm Bob McClay. Here's our top story. The surviving Phoenix. Serial shooter will not be charged in this week's death of
2 year old in Phoenix dies after being pulled from pool
"A two year old Phoenix boy has died after being pulled from valley pool. Phoenix fire arrived on the scene at home near twenty second street and southern around six o'clock last night and began performing CPR, it's unknown. How long the child was underwater? He was rushed to Maricopa medical center where he was later pronounced dead. Phoenix fire. Captain John Mayer says even though the Chandler's says, even though the calendar says September the temperatures are still hot, and it's imperative to watch your kids around water. It doesn't matter if it's the summer, but fall or the winter it's still has a potential for being dangerous for children specially those that are young and cat swim at even kids against them. Everybody needs supervision. Myer says this is the third child drowning death in Phoenix. So far
Teva to hold Indivior generic drug launch pending U.S. ruling
"The mayo clinic is joining a group of hospitals launching a nonprofit generic drug company. It's called civic prescription. And it'll directly manufacturer generic drugs in serious demand professor of surgery and vice dean of clinical practice at the mayo clinic in Arizona, Dr William stone explains why it's needed either. The medication has gotten to be. Prohibitively expensive. Or it may not actually be available. There may be drug that an individual patient needs. But the manufacturer has not produced enough of that. And they may not have it locally fourteen. Generic hospital drugs are the initial focus in are expected to hit the market as early as twenty nineteen hoping to potentially work alongside V as throughout the country Ali vetnar KTAR news on neurological institute in Phoenix now has a fifty million dollar grant to study deadly brain cancer, looking for a cure for the same cancer that claimed the life of Senator John McCain the grant itself is effectively supporting a new type of clinical trials program at the barrow, which is a combination of basic science research and drug development. That's Dr Nodar Sam Sinai with barrows doctors tonight says the gift will push barrows to a new level of personalized
Apple says U.S. tariffs on China would hit 'wide range' of products
"Hours after President Trump said hundreds of billions of dollars more in tariffs could becoming for China. It's going to be up to dapple now says the proposed tariffs could boost prices on some of its products, including the apple watch ABC's. Mark Remillard has already imposed tariffs on fifty billion dollars of Chinese imports. And Beijing has punched back with an equal amount. President Trump says another two hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs could becoming while. China says it stands ready to retaliate with another sixty
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
Gunman kills three at Cincinnati bank; police shoot him dead
"I'm Scott Goldberg. The Senate confirmation hearings for supreme court nominee. Brett Cavanaugh is heating up as New Jersey Democrat, Cory Booker releases. One of those documents the White House held back an Email from cabinet on racial. Profiling Booker says this is why he did it. This process is a sham. The American people,
Chicago mayor Emanuel says he will not seek a third term
"Release of presidential records to the Senate during a supreme court nomination? Whichever journals Grassley insist they have plenty to go on more than we have had for the last five supreme court nominees. Andy Field ABC news, Capitol Hill. Arizona governor Doug Ducey has picked former Arizona Senator John Kyle to fill the late. John. Mccain's Senate seats. I am grateful for governor Ducey
US Government Claims China Using LinkedIn to Recruit Spies in America
"Linked in says it's. Working to combat shiny spy accounts linked in says it's working with federal law. Enforcers to combat Chinese espionage activity targeting users of the online career network linked in. Is owned by Microsoft it says it uncovered fake linked in profiles and other, fraudulent activity Reuters news service reports. The head of the national counter intelligence and security centre says the feds told linked in about, China's super aggressive efforts to recruit spies
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"And traffic now It is four thirty I'm Becky Lynn and, here's our top story Paul Manafort has been, found guilty of Bank, fraud and, tax fraud President Trump addressing the verdict. As he landed in Charleston West Virginia before, tonight's rally, doesn't, involve, me but I still feel you know it's a very sad thing. That happens this has
Global Stocks Edge Lower as Trade Tensions Weigh
"Today with a high of, one fifteen partly cloudy tonight with a low of ninety one, high. Tomorrow one, ten, did you ever think. That, one ten would sound good Yeah right It sounds awesome. Right, now Eight by Friday with a slight chance of storms come into. The valley starting on Friday your weather's brought, to you by, Howard, air whether. Replace repair call Howard air take a look at your money from the, copper point insurance business center global stock markets have been mixed today after Wall Street, gained on strong corporate earnings but investors also, considered US Chinese trade tensions Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Oberdorfer has released a, one page letter from President Donald Trump in which Trump urges a speedy renegotiation of the North American Free trade agreements Trump also warns there could. Be a much different route should the discussions. Drag out in the past. He's threatened to cancel NAFTA the US leader says in the letter that he believes his successful NAFTA renegotiation will lead to more jobs and higher wages for both Mexico and the US representatives by the way from Mexico Canada and the US set to meet. In Washington tomorrow. To resume the trade talks Dow futures down eighty-five points s and p five hundred down four and a half NASDAQ futures down about four and for more money. News visit the copper point Insurance business center at KTAR dot, com all right, I, think everybody's. Got a lot of questions about this tape that Michael Cohen released where, he's discussing with his client so there's all sorts of questions about attorney client privilege, discussing these this possible payment to a former, playboy model we will take you live to the White House next talk to, ABC's Karen Travers get the White House reaction even if there hasn't been an official one yet maybe what they're saying in the hallways there at. The White House that's coming up at about. Five minutes KTAR news time. Five oh nine do you mean some work done on your home or are you about to take on subdued.
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..
Bulk of families separated at U.S.-Mexico border remain apart
"Higher, which purchased your story and then buried it. Trump has denied the affair Cohen is under investigation in part over payments to silence. Women who's claims could have been damaging to Trump's candidacy Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York drivers in Missouri, ever covered the remaining bodies from a duck boat accident zuri state highway patrol sergeant Jason pace confirms divers found and pulled the remaining four bodies from the water bringing the total killed to seventeen while officials have not identified the dead. We do know they include children, elderly people and the driver of the duck boats. They were thirty one people on board including two crew members. The captain of the boat did survive Ryan burrow, ABC news. One person is dead after yesterday's explosion at an army depot in south central Pennsylvania to other employee's remain hospitalized in critical condition. Ten people are hurt in Iowa after twenty seven reported tornadoes ripped through the state demolishing homes and rupturing gas lines. The governor is expected to tour the damage today. More hearings are being held in. San Diego federal court on reuniting families. Who were separated at the border ahead of the hearing the. Federal government saying it his reunited only about fourteen, percent of. The migrant children ages five to seventeen who were separated from their families at the border according pose deadline to reunite one hundred. Percent is less than a week away ABC's Alec stone and a final goodbye to a fallen police officer in Weymouth. Massachusetts Michael Chesney was shot and killed on duty. Sunday you're listening to ABC news Arizona's news station news station KTAR on air ninety two three FM online at KTAR dot com and streaming live, on the KTAR news app. Your, breaking news and traffic now Geno two I'm Bob McClay here's our top story thanks..
Iran issues oil warning as UAE says production can rise
"From the copper point insurance business center iran issued any warning over mideast oil supplies is the united arab emirates says on tuesday could increase its own production latest remarks to follow president donald trump's demand for lower global energy prices a recent decision by the organization of the petroleum exporting countries opec to increase the cartels own production by one million barrels a day has yet to tamp down prices irani and president hassan rohadi said that if iran's crude oil exports were threatened the rest of the mideast would be as well right now on wall street as we check your numbers the online trading academy opening bell the dow jumps more than one hundred points gaining for the second day to start the third quarter looks like maybe the third quarter is that it is that going to be the line of demarcation we'll just move upward from here that'd be great right now the dow's up one hundred twenty one the s and p five hundred is up close to nine and the nasdaq is up only about a point and a half for more money news visit the copper point insurance business center at ktar dot com ktar news time is six thirty eight jonas afternoon news.
Thwarted terror plot in France targeted event involving Giuliani
"To us throughout the day tomorrow we'll keep updating that for you we want to hear your plan so for the fourth are you headed out for special events here in the greater houston area grilling in chile and at home tell us what you're gonna do it ktar dot com and on our facebook page one of the things we do celebrate on independence day is citizenship and this year of course that comes with the backdrop of the ongoing issue of how to stop illegal immigration all those democratic politicians who are calling for an into is maybe the better check with their voters new harvard harris poll shows a strong majority of americans and democrats are opposed to abolishing ice jessica vaughan with the center for immigration studies agrees with the majority ice does very important work and immigration laws are important to protect job opportunities to protect taxpayers she's also surprised to hear canada pledging to take in refugees banned by the us united states has clearly not abandoned its commitment to take refugees but we also have a commitment to keep our people safe and that's a priority for president trump survey finds fifty nine percent of democrats and nearly seventy percent of all americans against abolishing ice corals newsradio seven forty ktar h there was a big terror plot overseas apparently got foiled it was a gathering in france is past weekend that offered a lot of international targets six people were arrested by belgian french and german officials the plot was bombed that weekend rally of an exiled iranian opposition group that it was happening in paris and one of those question is an iranian diplomat now the rally was attended by former new york mayor rudy giuliani the president's lawyer former house speaker newt gingrich and some other allies of president trump as well as members of past administrations a lot of americans were there and they could have been severely hurt our news time seven oh six we'll be sure to beat the bug local and state health officials are warning of an outbreak of an intestinal illnesses caused by a food borne parasite chloride speedy as clara something similar health services.
95000 US-based Mexicans vote remotely in 2018 election
"Those chandler woman who's been missing for ten years out body which was a very composed female was positively identified as that of jamie lady for those that are familiar with the jimmy lady case she was reported missing back on may twenty eighth or twenty ten by her father chandler police detective south tyler tells ktar jamie's ex boyfriend rick valentini is serving fifty four years in prison after he was convicted on a second degree murder charge for jamie's disappearance and death although her body had not been found they may be far from home that mexican citizens living in the us are eager to influence this sunday's presidential election ninety five thousand mexicans living in the us have already voted in the mexican presidential election by mailing in their ballots more than double the number from the last election in two thousand twelve you're really excited on being part of this election judy beltran with the electoral institute of mexico city says that's in part to mexican citizens now being able to register to vote without having to leave the us he says moving forward expect they will continue increasing every year so we will have bitter numbers every result patino ktar news sarah's growing concern this afternoon for a missing woman in mesa a silver alert is still active for seventy year old mary o'sullivan scholtz the red haired woman was last seen yesterday at her care facility in mason near broadway and hegley shoes seen wearing a short sleeve unknown colored v neck shirt she had dark capri style pants and was barefoot mesa police say of sullivan schulz's diagnosed as bipolar and has alzheimer's if you have any information call mesa police her photo is at ktar dot com now let's check on.
Another Equifax executive is charged with insider trading related to data breach
"Money from the copper point insurance business center federal prosecutors have announced that a former software developer for equifax faces inside insider trading charges related to the companies massive data breach last year us attorney's office says that the suit hucker bond to will be arraigned tomorrow actually this morning wasn't immediately clear whether he had an attorney comment a court filing says that to use non public information to determine that equifax had been breached before any public announcement prosecutors say he bought eighty six but put options in equifax stock they say he made about seventy five thousand dollars when he exercise those put options after the breach was announced right allah wall street dow is down fourteen points but the s and p and the nas snicker both up s a piece up about three the nasdaq is up nineteen points in for more money news visit the copper point insurance business center at ktar dot com ktar news sharper point.