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04:28 min | 4 months ago

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"Federal covid relief funding. To combat gun crime. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station to our news, most of us who travelled or the summer look forward to it right, Especially this summer. It's hot, and we coming off a year of virtually no travel for most of us, So this is going to be an awesome summer vacation, right? Maybe not. If you're taken to the air. There are going to be fewer American Airlines jets flying this summer American, which is Sky Harbor. Largest carrier, announced plans to cut hundreds of flights over the next three weeks to avoid overloading its operations. That's because demand for summer air travel is rising faster than they expected, and the Texas based carrier says Uh, those cuts could average 50 to 60 flights a day the rest of June, maybe between 50 and 80 a day in the first half of July, Um, that is potentially more than 1% of Americans schedule. Yesterday. They scrubbed about 130 flights by late afternoon central time, according to tracking service Flight aware the union that represents American Airlines pilot says they failed to quickly enough retrained 1600 pilots who had been sidelined last year or replace some of the 1,001,000 pilots took early retirement. I'm guessing this is not going to do a whole lot by the way. The curb passenger frustrations. Um, we have seen in recent months of people traveling or don't want to travel with a mask, right? Uh, I'm hoping it doesn't cause people to do some of the stuff that the FAA has decided. They should be hit with multi $1000 fines for though did you see this yesterday? A passenger on a flight out of Phoenix on its way to Hermosillo, Mexico, Um, got agitated. It was a SkyWest flight on January 20th when he found out that they were going to return to Phoenix because of bad weather south of the border. He apparently kind of went on a bit of a rampage. Um, not as bad as some other people who have been accused of assaulting flight crew, Uh, drinking alcohol they carried aboard refusing to wear masks, but the one fine for this guy on this, Uh, flight as SkyWest flight to Maceio $19,000 proposed fine. Wow, There is a lot of air rage this year, though there is, And is this going to help Because that I'm wondering how Americans going to handle this, so they're going to decide? Are they going to wake up in the morning ago? Okay. We're going to cancel this flight this flight. This flight in this fight, or are they going to cancel it in advance? Still, it's going to mess with some people's travel plans. And, um, you know, if you're by the time you board a plane finally to get where you're going, if it's going to be later than you expected, or you went through a giant hassle, man, you're going to take it out. On your fellow passengers. Some people are anyway, I'm not going to. I'm not flying this summer. I'm just opened Flagstaff still there when I get when I drive up the flag with the family here in in July, right, Um, and it doesn't look like that Fire. It's near flag is going to burn into flag by any means. But who knows? Uh, but I'll tell you people are going to be burning up in the skies. This summer. I just hope it doesn't boil over and and cause a serious serious incident. Maybe these FAA fines are going to calm people down a little bit, but probably not. When you get drunk, and you're just mad when you're on an airplane, you take it out on everybody around you. It's 7 18, now at K T A. R. To our news tech tip. A new APP is connecting Arizonans with disabilities to inclusive activities and the community. The disability Resource Connection. APP is a combination of resources and community events from more than 45, Arizona disability organizations and agencies. I mean, it's absolutely amazing, and it has Mom's like Michelle Thorne. Grinning from ear to ear. Thorn is the mother of two Children on the autism spectrum, as well as the executive director of one of the organizations featured. She explains the possibilities that an app like this creates. What we're hoping is that the disability resource connection really opens that up and makes it easy for parents to see that their kids can participate in sports. They can go do water activities at the lake. The full calendar of events shows a wide variety of activities designed to be inclusive. You can download the app now from the APP store or Google play by just typing in DRC, az or heading.

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"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:34 min | 5 months ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Come Arizona's Morning news. The valleys on Lee all news morning show 6 54 now 68 degrees in Cave Creek. I'm Jamie West. Mesa is using some flowers to be more inclusive, the city's Allison Brooks says. Green lanyards or bracelets with some flowers of being provided to visitors with hidden disabilities. What is a hidden disability to 20% of Americans have ahead and disability and there are lots of them. Some examples could be like PTSD or hearing loss or chronic pain. Brooke says many hospitality workers around the city are now trained to recognize these subtle sunflowers and know that this means these individuals may need a little extra help. At times, Arizona parents of Children with disabilities are calling for more funding from state lawmakers. As budget talks continue. At the state Capitol, parents of Children with disabilities organized a zoom meeting yesterday to talk about the extreme underfunding of special education and the division of developmental disabilities. This is an annual budget shortfall of $150 million DVD and Arizona. Early intervention is also under funded at 14.3 million every single year. That's Michelle Thorne, a mother of two Children with autism and an advocate for better funding, she says. While this year's funding does add more than $15 million to the D d d budget, it still leaves a large deficit that short changing Arizona's most vulnerable. Taylor Kinter up Katya. Our news Way, talked him out of wanting to use the Commodores song sale on But that's what deterred Anne's talking about this morning from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic.

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"michelle thorne" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

Workplace Perspective

06:30 min | 7 months ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on Workplace Perspective

"Everywhere Welcome back everyone. We are talking with michelle thorne about microaggressions in the workplace. So i wanna talk a little bit about your thoughts on specifically you know what can can't employers do i talk about both sides of it right. So let's talk about what employers can do to address these issues and how can please get to a point where they are more comfortable coming for like ways to phrase it so we don't look like i'm being overly sensitive but you know and i have workplace culture thing. It takes a long time to change culture you know. Honestly though time is relative can change workplace culture in like a week by firing the bad apples. You really can or longer time what i mean. I'm just gonna be honest right so much of the work we don't we don't fire the bad apples. We say while he will just have to get used to them so the people who are feeling excluded martian lines are the ones who have to suffer while those few bad apples get to stay year in and year out. But from when i tell people how to address microaggressions. I'd like to talk at it from the perspective. I what happens i right. So let us say you say something like Oh you're english it so good right in. You're talking to korean-american persons in speaking english and okay. So then what happens. At that point. I question is how did you know you were saying the wrong thing. Did it something that you realize that in that moments did someone come tell you. Two weeks later When you said that was it the person who was standing here who said that example say for like ninety nine percent of those death by thousand cuts. You'd never find out no one ever tells you and you go on your life thinking your relationship with this person so great now. The one time the one time. Sometimes it happens where they raised with you. Say okay well. I'll tell you how the best way to say this. Here's what sometimes happens. I never said that. Why would you think that i was just joking. I you know me. I would say that bob said bob woods as something like that and i. You should apologize right to do that if someone comes to you and says that you hurt me or you offended me or any of that and again. I'll go back to actually michigan state later on. I want you to just say. I'm sorry like do you don't need to go into all the explanations of why is cited Who did what just say. I'm sorry just apologize. That's to start with that. And then after that you can if this person wants to continue that conversation finding new that february always suggest is that you take the time step away and go learn what you did was wrong. Why is it that you call a black woman articulate and well-spoken thing to figure that out and then go back to the person and apologize again and then you can start. Sharing here is what i been learning. If they wanna talk to. You are so angry. Don't wanna talk to you. And that's okay. Sometimes they have been so hurt that they don't wanna talk to. That's okay but please apologize. And then once you do. The work of learning tried to continue that conversation. If you've had the chance to continue that conversation that's awesome right but then after all that's done do exactly what we just said earlier. You set the culture that says no. We don't do that here. We don't say that hair. Those aren't actions that we perform here right. So that's from the perspective. Whoever said it like individual personnel like workplace from the perspective of the person I always tell people you know. Because like i said there's so many of these migrants especially happened to junior people and they want to preserve a relationship but they also want the person to know that they were hurt and so i often just say you know ask them why he said it just save. Someone says it like Your source for a black person or just say you're sore which is why do you think that. Why did you say that. Why and then put the onus back on them to explain it put the onus back amendment if you feel like you don't have the power the ability to speak up in that moment go get some people go get some allies will get smuggled leaders in have them talk to them about it and then see what you should do that approach and i was just thinking self-awareness so when you were saying apologize very difficult for a lot of people to apologize but if you think about what struck me when you said it was what i'm doing in that moment what you're basically saying in that moment is to set aside your own concept feelings on thought but i didn't do anything wrong and acknowledged the fact that whatever it was you did or said obviously impacted this other person so not your intense the impact exactly right now your intent the impact to that and and acknowledged sort of you know what that did to that person in that moment and then like you said go away and think about it and and some people are just not self aware a. There's not there's not self reflection there they don't have that capability but in that moment if you could just set that aside and say okay. Obviously i've i've done something and not you know. I'm sorry if my actions offended you right not that sort of knowing you kick someone and even was by accident utah. You're sorry if you hit someone even at me train. Our kids always say you're sorry regardless of what your intention was my daughter like you know shoves mailer kid. Hopefully not bouncers pushes my child. I'm gonna door. I don't care you meant to do it. You didn't mean to do whatever you heard her. So please apologize for it and again you said it is just so hard for so many people to adjust samsar because the automatic reaction is. Why did do it. Or i didn't need to save or you took it the wrong way and i'm like well. I took the fact that you kick me the wrong way. I want you to say i'm sorry. And then you can relate because you don't want to lose that relationship you want to keep on mentoring this person you want to keep on working with the person you have to supervise this person and just the act of apologizing opens you up to congress. Actions that for so many people in this country. They've never had conversations on race or sexism or the experiences of those who are marginalized. If you have that opportunity to continue your learning please take it. Yeah i absolutely agree. I think that That just that idea it to preserve that relationship some etiquette. We always talk about preserving relationship when he even to like.

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"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:48 min | 1 year ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With disabilities to use their allotted respite benefits during school hours. Michelle Thorne is the mother of two Children with autism. Vermont's who are like me, this means that I can have somebody in my house, helping my child attend to the lesson that is going on on the computer, which ultimately means she can continue to work and keep that secondary income coming into the Family, which I think is absolutely huge for so many families right now. Taylor Kenner up our news, 7 56 Here is detour. Dan, the man from the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Thank you, sir. Looks like the one. The one freeway is indeed starting to bounce back. We had jumped up to about a 37 minute ride. I'm wanna one because that crash its seventh Street was blocking the center lane of the crash is clear. All lanes reopened and the delay well, it's not clear, but it's subsiding. 19th Avenue through seventh Street, moderate to heavy slowing and it is thinning out. Let's just not have any secondary crashes, and we'll be all right. In the meantime, though, we do have some other problems in the way of racks once a wreck on the North bound Seventh Beeline Highway north of the Bush highway. It's off left, 59th Avenue's closed north and South Moan at Thunderbird for a crash. Try 51st Avenue or 67th Avenue and also Camelback at Miller wrote a crash and now came Greek at Union Hills. Another wreck there. This travel report brought to you by craft P three portable protein packs. Try craft P three portable protein packs up to 13 G of protein from meat, cheese and nuts. And with convenience on the go packaging P three is there for your commute. Whenever you need a boost of energy featured and Katie are news high today expected to be 94. That's nice. We're gonna be 100 tomorrow Be sunny. Both days. Look for a clear night tonight with a low of 69.

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Morning news the valleys only all news morning show it is 6 54 and 66 degrees in Anthem. I'm Jamie was thanks for listening to Arizona's Morning news Corona virus in Arizona. Eyes on parenting and update Now on a story you heard first on E. R. Families of Children with disabilities can now use their state benefits to support at home learning. Michelle Thorne, a mother of Children with disabilities, has been pushing for the change. DD DD came through and they are allowing parents to use attendant care and nursing services to help support special needs families who are doing remote learning. Thorne says This is not only beneficial for kids with disabilities, but will allow their parents to continue working during the pandemic. And speaking of work. Not only is Cove in 19 changed how we work, the virus may have also changed the way you're compensated for it looking for a job or maybe just a raise. You may not get much say these days about how much you'll be paying. It's going to be pretty flat in terms of what the future holds for salary increases for employees. Paul McDonald, executive director at Robert had offering other things to their employees. Other benefits other than compensation for the most part, and here's one that's becoming pretty Work from home used to be optional. Now it's mandatory in most markets, MacDonald says. No matter how long you've worked somewhere you can and should negotiate your compensation area. Aldinger ABC News 6 55. Here's detour, Dan now from the Valley Chevy Dealers, Traffic Center of the Look Big picture the big picture in a word. Great. I mean, if you got somewhere to go, this is the time to be doing it..

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Pain. What the use of his years listening to ABC News, Arizona's new station station on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming live Our new zap your breaking news and traffic news time is 62. I'm Julie Love in Arizona Department of Health Services is out with new Koven 19 numbers Today. There are 629 new cases reported 29 new deaths. The death toll is now 5007. Total cases. 201,287 in the state I seeyou beds are now at their lowest since the month of April. Jim Brinson, Katie Our news to bars in old town, Scottsdale are in trouble and must close immediately. The Arizona Department of Health Services says bottle blonde and cats, Amigas skylines were served noncompliance notices today. A th s says both bars opened up again on Thursday and have since jeopardize the health, safety and welfare of the public. The bar's liquor licenses are also suspended indefinitely for violating social distancing, masking dancing, standing and table occupancy limits. Katie our eyes and education. Parents of Children with disabilities are calling on state leaders for Maurin home learning support. Michelle Thorne is the mother of two Children with autism and says What families really need is the ability to use respite care during school hours. This will allow the child to have a one on one attendant to help them sit in front of the computer and help them learn, and it would also allow parents to go back to work. Thorne sent a letter detailing the suggestions and more to governor Do see and the Department of Education also the Developmental Disabilities Department. Here's the latest on some of the larger fires burning in Arizona. The superstition fire near Apache Junction has burned more than 9600 acres and is now 34% contains the Griffin fire northeast of Globe is almost 6200 acres with 44% containment. A hidden fire near the Tanto Basin is now more than 4000 acres and 0% containment. No structures have been lost with the fire's more than 1,800,000 acres have burnt in Arizona this year. Let's take now on our traffic and weather in the valley Chevy dealers.

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02:38 min | 1 year ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"There are protesters in downtown Phoenix demanding an end to police, violence and injustice. This takes place just days after a Wisconsin black man was shot by a white officer seven times in the back. Where's Gabriel Gamino is among the demonstrators and joins us now live with more details. Dr Becky, currently outside of Phoenix City Council chambers, where roughly 50 to 60 people have gathered right now we're listening to family and community members share what its like having lost someone they closed to them to what they're calling police violence on behalf of the Phoenix Police Department. Their demands today include defunding the Police department firing officers involved in violent acts holding independent investigations, and they're asking. They release the force, an incident report and all unedited video two families within 72 hours and 48 hours prior to releasing that information to the public at around six demonstrators are expected to start marching in the streets of downtown Phoenix. Of course, I'll be walking right along with them and keep you updated. Live in Phoenix Cable Gamino Katie Our news. Phoenix is paying a couple $475,000 in settlement after viral video showed a now fired police officer kicked the man Draven names while his pregnant girlfriend in small Children watched Councilman Carlos Garcia apologized to Aisha Harper and aims a shoplifting suspect, who was never charged. The money won't take away the trauma or the harm that's been caused, but I hope that The Children will have a better life for the couple sued for $10 Million brush and nip calligraphers also getting $136,000 in settlement money. They sued the city over its human relations Ordinance. That they say would have forced them to create wedding invitations for same sex couples. Well, you can now make plans to travel to New York again. The state's lifted the 14 day travel quarantine on anyone coming from Arizona or Alaska, Delaware, Maryland or Montana. The restriction was placed due to our state's high rate of Corona virus, but that has since gone significantly down. Parents of students with disabilities. Air calling on state leaders to provide more support for in home learning. Michelle Thorne has two Children on the autism spectrum and says parents like her need more support. She sent a letter to Governor Doug Ducey, the Department of Education and the Developmental Disabilities Department, with testimonies from more than 20. Other families proposing solutions that Department of Developmental Disabilities should allow parents to use respite hours during the school day so that parents can hire somebody to come in and help their child..

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04:28 min | 1 year ago

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"Area holding her all of Wisconsin's professional sports teams are refusing to play in protest over the shooting of a black man by police in Kenosha. ABC is Chuck Seabirds and says it started with the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks. First came word from sources to ABC News partner ESPN that the Milwaukee Bucks were boycott in Game five with the Orlando Magic to protest the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, then similar news about the Houston Rockets Game five against the Oklahoma City Thunder. Ditto for the Los Angeles Lakers in Portland Trail Blazers. Sources say. It's a player's decision. N BA execs didn't know And what will happen next isn't clear Major League baseball confirming Tio ESPN that the Milwaukee Brewers and the Cincinnati Reds won't play tonight. A curfew will take effect in Kenosha in one hour from now, after three nights of at times violent protests over Blake shooting police in Illinois, making an arrest in connection with the shootings of three protesters last night, two of them fatally. His 17 year old from nearby Antioch has been taken into custody and Lake County, Illinois. He's been Find a public defender and is set to make his first court appearance Friday. He's expected to be charged with first degree intentional homicide after allegedly opening fire during Tuesday night's demonstration. A veces Ryan burrow Hurricane Laura, now a Category four storm is just hours away from the Gulf Coast. Galveston County Judge Mark Henry is hunkering down swill. Fortunately, only last will will be done with this by this time tomorrow. So by noon to two o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Laura is moving so fast she's out of here and we can start assessing damage and getting repairs made. The storm is expected to make landfall early tomorrow morning Vice President Pence will accept the Republican National Committee's nomination when he delivers the keynote address on the third night of the party's convention. The on Ly Native American on Federal Death Row was put to death today. Navajo leaders urging President Trump to halt the execution of lesbian Mitchell. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station station on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the air New Zap your Breaking News and Traffic. No Poirot to Jackie Lynn. And Here's Our Top story. Every man in this viral video and his girlfriend just received a cash settlement from the city of Phoenix. Where's Peter? Say more joins us now live with the story. Becky Phoenix is paying a couple $475,000 after a viral video showed now fired officer kicked the man Dre von Ames while his pregnant girlfriend and small Children watched. Councilman Carlos Garcia apologized to Aisha Harper and Ames, who was a shoplifting suspect, who was never charged. The money won't take away the trauma or the harm that's been caused, but I hope that the Children will have a better life for you. Well sued for $10 million again. They got 475,000 brush and nip calligraphers are also getting $136,000 in a separate case after the city suit them for not wanting to create wedding invitations for same sex couples reporting live Peter same or Katie. Our news businesses are beginning to open up in Arizona. But according to the executive director of the bio Design instituted a S U Dr Joshua Lay bare. The number of tests taking place in the state is dropping. The Bear says. If you work in the people business meeting different people every day. You need to be tested more often, you know, seeing lots of new faces every day, Master unmask. You know, At some point, I'd be good to get kind of routinely tested just to make sure that you're staying safe librarians that people still have to wear masks and you social distancing or Arizona could be in for another spike in Corona virus cases. Eyes on education. Parents of students with disabilities are calling on state leaders to provide more support for in home learning. Michelle Thorne has two Children on the autism spectrum and says parents like her need more support. She sent a letter to Governor Doug Ducey, the Department of Education and the Developmental Disabilities Department. With testimonies from more than 20. Other families proposing solutions. The Department of Developmental Disabilities should allow parents to use respite hours during the school day so that parents can hire somebody, Tio Come in and help their child. She also suggested partnering with local universities to allow for education majors to work with disability students one on one in their homes. Taylor Kenna RAP Katie eh, Arnie's valleys. Getting some more money for light rail Congressman Greg Stanton.

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"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:36 min | 1 year ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Dressed isolated and in need of you the access to self care tools that's Michelle Thorne she's the founder of deems the differently abled mothers empowerment society she originally created her apt to connect mothers of children with disabilities and remind them of the importance of self care but now she's opening the app to anyone for a free month for access to things like we offer guided meditation yoga Palade is the next classes you can download the app or had two games USA dot com for more Taylor canter up KTA are new you know sometimes the only thing that helps is putting your toes in the sand of braving the ocean air rocky point is keeping its beaches open for now however rocky point mayor Kiko Munro says they will close if the federal government ask them to do so he says they are following all the protocols are minding its residents to stay home Morales says they will take extra measures especially within the upcoming weeks where tourists often visit for Easter right now there are no confirmed cases of covert nineteen in Mexico there a hundred and eighteen cases and one death Natalie Allen on KTAR news say DA our eyes an education issue students and families are asking for refunds now that all classes are being held online for the rest of the semester ASU says even though students are physically inside the classrooms their expenses haven't changed students and staff remain our top D. as well as providing a top tier education while some students are asking for their money back for parking and dorm living AS you says their campus is still open and they're still providing resources to students Ashley flood KTAR news D. D. A. R. news time is eight oh seven and detour damn beach in.

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05:22 min | 2 years ago

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"Sharper point, presented by Schwartz laser is center. This time of the year reminds a lot of people of a guy named Pat Tillman there's the Pat Tillman run which is this weekend. Of course. Pat Tillman was killed by friendly fired Afghanistan this week fifteen years ago. This also marks the period of time. When Pat Tillman was drafted by the cardinals. But this time of the year personally reminds me of Pat Tillman because it was right before the NFL draft of nineteen ninety eight when I first met a lot of people thought pets would never be drafted much less play in the NFL. He received the last football scholarship, awarded by ASU in nineteen Ninety-four. He was small for a major college linebacker, but may. Big plays. And was eventually voted the Pac ten defensive player of the year. Pat, shined off the field to winning multiple student athlete of the year awards penny just graduated college. When I met him early. He earned his marketing degree in three and a half years. But you'd think he had multiple degrees in philosophy history and political science because Pat Tillman was that impressive at the age of twenty one when we sat down to do our interview. There was just something about him. I I know Pat was an atheist and would scoff at the idea, but it was almost as if there were an all around him. He had a big brain wanted to use it to soak up as much as he could including from the people he met I'd say he also had a big soul. But again, Pat didn't believe in those things. So I'll just say he had a bigger than life personality that came out and quiet ways unless you face them on the football field menu. I was impressed by Pat Tillman long before he gave up millions of dollars in the NFL to sign up for the United States army before anybody even knew if he was going to be playing in the NFL. So as we celebrate the cardinals number one pick overall. Kyla Marie I'd like to step back and remember the cardinal seventh-round. Pick twenty one years ago. The two hundred twenty six pick overall in the nineteen ninety eight NFL draft, Pat Tillman a guy should have been picked number one simply for how he lived his life. Join Jim Sharpe. Jamie west Monday morning at five for Amazon is morning news on KTAR news. Recapping our top story. The Glendale dad who shot his six year old daughter yesterday near seventy Fifth Avenue in Glendale has been arrested. Police say twenty-six year old Elden mcken Ville accidentally shot the girl after cleaning his gun. The gun went off after he tripped. The six year old is in stable condition. Arizona governor Doug Ducey is refusing to remove a religious post from Twitter. Doozy is coming under fire from the secular coalition forever Zona for posting the words he is risen in a tweet on Easter Sunday. It claims the phrase, violates separation of church and state, deuce. He says on Twitter that he supports the first amendment and will never remove posts for Christmas. Hannukah or any other religious holiday the number one pick it yesterday's NFL draft has landed in the desert former Oklahoma quarterback Tyler Murray posted a tweet moments ago that the weather is great here in Phoenix. And he's ready to go and get started with the cardinals Murray is meeting with the media right now, the price hike continues at the gas pumps across Arizona gas buddy says the statewide average for regular unleaded has hit three oh nine gallon. That's twenty two cents higher than last year. At this time, the national average is two ninety one. Well, traffic was restricted for a time this morning on interstate seventeen twenty miles south of flagstaff. Arizona department of transportation says no one was injured when a big rig carrying beer crashed into a guardrail. Eight joked on Twitter that new lots of people would like to come and help clean up the mess. But thank you. The crew wasn't asking for any volunteers. It's twelve thirteen raising a child is difficult for any parent. But raising a child with a disability can feel especially isolating. That's why one valley mother created Dame's which stands for differently abled. Mothers empowerment society. KTAR's Taylor Kendra has the story is an online community there to provide self-care tools to mothers who are raising special needs children. That's Michelle Thorne. She's the mastermind behind Dame's. And she says it all started when her son and daughter who are six and three were both diagnosed with autism. She says shortly after their diagnosis, it was really hard. And I really fell into a lot of depression. Thorns says the thing that helped her most was finding yoga and other coping mechanisms which she felt the need to share with other mothers. That's what inspired thorn to create this online community with a self care that provides mental health resources for moms. These are things as simple as workout reminders yoga. You Orioles even meditation tips mother's like Rebecca Reese, whose daughter suffers. From chronic migraines. And fibromyalgia says Dame's is a lifeline she needed. With Dame's the biggest thing that I saw was that. I would get reminders. Hey, today's Monday meditation day, get up and meditate do something even five ten minutes for yourself, which thorns says is exactly why she started Dame's in the first place at things we're trying to the vied opportunities and things so that mothers can start reinvesting in themselves and mother's like gale noble, who's thirty five year old son has autism. She wishes something like games would have been around when she was raising him would have been amazing. I had one resource when my son was younger in terms of just where myself, and that was another mother in Florida Taylor Kiner up KTAR news for more on this story and for how to get involved with Dame's head to KTAR dot com. Let's check your drive.

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02:02 min | 2 years ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Kyla Murray is now in Arizona cardinal. We never have I picked again, if we do I I won't be the coach share. I'm sure so coach cliff Kingsbury after the cards took Marie in the first pick of the NFL draft, Paul Calvin. We'll have more sports in just a couple of minutes. It's time for your off central story where we tell you about people in our community. Doing extraordinary things raising a child is difficult for any parent. But raising a child with a disability can feel especially isolating. That's why one valley mother created Dame's which stands for differently abled mothers, empowerment society. KTAR Taylor Kendra has the story themes is an online community there to provide self-care tools to mothers who are raising special needs children. That's Michelle Thorne. She's the mastermind behind Dame's. And she says it all started when her son and daughter who are six and three were both diagnosed with autism. She said shortly after. Their diagnosis. It was really hard. And I really fell into a lot of depression. Thorns says the thing that helped her most was finding yoga and other coping mechanisms which she felt the need to share with other mothers. That's what inspired thorns to create this online community with a self care that provides mental health resources for moms. These are things as simple as workout reminders, yoga tutorials, even meditation. Tips mother's like Rebecca Ruth whose daughter suffers from chronic migraines. And fibromyalgia says Dame's is a lifeline she needed. With Dame's the biggest thing that I saw was that. I would get reminders. Hey, today's Monday meditation day, get up and meditate do something even five ten minutes for yourself, which thorn says is exactly why she started Dame's in the first place teams. We're trying to provide opportunities and things so that mothers can start reinvesting themselves and mother's like gale noble, who's thirty five year old son has autism says she wishes something like games would have been around when she was raising him would have been amazing. I had one resource when my son was younger in terms of just where myself, and that was another mother. In Florida Taylor Kiner up KTAR Nin. Find more details and learn how you can get involved with Dame's at KTAR dot com. Jimmy, seven twenty five and here's detour.

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"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Kyla Marino in Arizona cardinal. I picked again, if we do I I won't be the coach share. I'm sure coach cliff Kingsbury after the cards took marine the first pick of the NFL draft, Paul county. We'll have more sports in just a couple of minutes. It's time for your off central story where we tell you about people in our community. Doing extraordinary things raising a child difficult for any parent, but raising a child of the disability can feel especially isolating. That's why one valley mother created Dame's which stands for differently abled. Mothers empowerment society. KTAR Taylor Kenner up has the story themes is an online community fair to provide self-care tools to mothers who are raising special needs children. That's Michelle Thorne, she's the mastermind behind Dame's. And she says it all started when her son and daughter who are six and three were both diagnosed with autism. She says shortly after their diagnosis. It was really hard. And I really fell into lot of depression. Thorns says the thing that helped her most was finding yoga and other coping mechanisms which she felt the need to share with other mothers. That's when fired Thorne to create this online community with a self care app that provides mental health resources for moms. These are things as simple as workout reminders, yoga tutorials, even meditation. Tips mother's like Rebecca Reese whose daughter suffers from chronic migraines. And fibromyalgia says Dame's is a lifeline she needed. With Dame's the biggest thing that I saw was that. I would get reminders. Hey, today's Monday meditation day, get up and meditate do something even five ten minutes for yourself, which thorn says is exactly why she started Dame's in the first place at teams, we're trying to provide opportunities and things so that mothers can start reinvesting in themselves and mother's like gale noble, who's thirty five year old son has autism says she wishes something like games would have been around when she was raising him would have been amazing. I had one resource when my son was younger in terms of just where myself, and that was another mother in Florida. Taylor. Kiner up. KTAR news more details. Learn how you can get involved with Dame's at KTAR dot com. Here's detour.

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"michelle thorne" Discussed on Natch Beaut

Natch Beaut

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"michelle thorne" Discussed on Natch Beaut

"It up. Yeah. Yeah. It did exposure therapy. Bows them two things. Young street street-smart. Yes. Yeah. Or movie theater someday? I'll tell the Rog your picture show story. I maybe I have told it. I just watched it really young get informed who I am in a lot of beautiful ways. Yeah. Makeup lies glamour Singye, Zik musical. Yeah. Sexuality. I'm very sexual. I love that. We laughed at that. That's how it's fine. Just because I'm fucking square. It's fine. You are not am. But it's fine. I love that about myself. I'm never nude. It's part of who. I am. You know, when you when you say never nude you go to Korean would never step foot. I would never set foot. But your body is banging, but thank you. But but at the same time, it's like do I want my banging body out onto display for everyone to see? I mean, it's kind of like my thing. You know? It's like my secret treasure. Okay. I love that for myself. No. I'm just really modest. I, you know, I'm just really modest. Okay. Yeah. I wish I mean like I wish I was like you. Yes. I'm just like, no matter. What would I have ever been? I've been all of them. Like it's been like, oh, he went to my clothes like I. But it's all about just everyone's different different. You know, I'm very modest. And that's the way I am. I don't know what to tell you. I'm trying I said gonna set I was going to try to be less like that. So I think I might go to the Korean spa day and not tell anyone and just go for my own journey Z. But I'm scared. Listen, Honey, once you get a little we spa action liking are going to give you that thing. You can buy anything. It's a little wristband in like Baig, take your clothes, and they give you their camp close, Honey. And there's a Korean store in there that you can go crazy was she asks in little shavers and naked in there are you shopping for she mass Nate, you could be really male part. Fuck do people do that. Usually, they're in a robe, you know, but like I would. Wow. Goals goals right there. I want to shop for sheep masks new. Yeah. No. I don't as soon as I said that my wrangles bitch. You know, we're all our own people. Yeah. I here's fine. I it really is. What makes you comfortable? But if sometimes challenging yourself doing what's scary. I'm gonna do it at some point sharks. I'm doing all kinds of crazy things. Sharks? Mary. I was a nightmare. I got seasick and threw up, and I'll wants to yell Nelson sharks. Ocean is fucking raw. It's rough. I mean that the ocean takes no prisoner. Yeah. The ocean doesn't care who the fuck. You. Are it will ground your ass? Coy who you are doesn't care if you have a number three Beatty part gas on it doesn't care. Honey. No prisoners. It was like, oh, you you wanna get in this right now. Well, we're gonna make it hard for you. Yeah. It was intense. That's funny. You should say that because. Yeah. One time with Michelle Thorne who, you know, another friend comedy friend, and we were did adventure thing in Cancun. And we were like kayaking, and I kinda act a jellyfish. Onto mysel-. My John me. Yeah. I see myself in that moment. Yeah. And then I had to wait until we were whatever hoisted to shore and the Michelle horn to pee on me. Yeah. And by the way, it work like that. Oh, yeah. Just like, I'm friends. Right. Yeah. Succumbs realities neutralizes, the Danial. Yeah. Well, so you've been Pete on. That's kind of. Yeah. I have Donald Trump. I don't know whatever. But in this time. Yeah. I don't have to pay anyone for it. Great story out of it. That's how I feel about my sharks. Yeah. I got a great story out of it. Yeah. Yeah. We lived with revived the tail we sure did in the ocean is healing. Honey, the oceans healing healing. We're we are the victors at the true. We are. Let's talk about four hers dot com. It is a wellness brand. That.

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