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Trump still plans to debate Biden next week, his campaign says
"With White House where he's under a doctor's care while he recovers from the Corona virus. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has confirmed the president still plans to attend the next presidential debate with Democrat Joe Biden on October 15th. You'll hear that and tomorrow's vice presidential debate at 6 P.m. live right here on your never more than 15 minutes away from today's
Federal judge extends voter registration deadline in Arizona
"To vote, you now have more time. The original deadline for Arizonans to register to vote was midnight Monday, however, a federal judge ruling that the deadline now is extended to October 23rd. All voter registration applications must be received by 5 P.m. on October. 23rd County Recorder's must also process those applications in time for voters to take part in the November election. Arizona's early voting begins on October 7th and the final day to request a mail in ballot is October 23rd. John Roller, our new
White House press secretary tests positive for virus
"House Press secretary goes into quarantine because she has the Corona virus now. Same with one of her top deputies. And yet the president wants to return to the White House today are live team coverage on his covert 19 infection continues now Corona virus at the White House, White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany will quarantine and work remotely for 14 days. Meanwhile, ABC Cecilia Vega reports changes are coming to the White House. They're gonna be doing some staggered shifts in order to enforce social distancing at the White House, for example. Folks coming in earlier. Some folks coming in later. That'll keep folks apart because of the space inside there in the West Wing is not a very big one, and you're really not just the press corps. But the White House officials were working on top of each other were
President's son is being deposed in Trump Org investigation
"While his father Ales Eric Trump, is sitting for a deposition is part of an investigation by the New York Attorney general's office into whether the Trump organization improperly inflated the value of certain assets to get loans or tax benefits. President Trump's son was ordered to appear by Wednesday after a judge rejected his attempt to delay the deposition until after Election Day. Eric Trump has called the investigation and anti Trump fishing expedition. The attorney general's office is scrutinizing at least four properties and is taking Eric Trump's testimony. Virtually
Arizona reports 518 new coronavirus cases
"Than 500 New Cove, it 19 cases reported. Cross the state 518 new Corona virus cases today compared to 566 the day before. 28 new deaths also reported today This comes is just over 7600 new diagnostic tests were processed overnight. Now more than 216,000. Arizonans have contracted the virus since the beginning of the pandemic, and the death toll stands at 5587. Tyler Kepner up Katie Our news, Coconino
Ginsburg makes history at Capitol amid replacement turmoil
"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a trail in life and now in death, becoming the first for her gender and religion and culture to receive the honor of lion and state of the U. S. Capitol. ABC is Jordan Phelps is on Capitol Hill. The flag draped casket arrived with ceremony the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, now the first woman and the first Jewish American to lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. House speaker Nancy Pelosi. It is with profound sorrow that I have the high honor. You're welcome. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to lie in state. Friday ceremony marks the third and final day of public events Commemorating Ginsberg's remarkable life. Jordan Phelps
Cindy McCain Formally Endorses Biden
"Endorsement for Biden. Cindy McCain is supporting Joe Biden. Zidan, she tells Good Morning America. She wants a candidate who shows empathy and compassion. And she believes Joe Biden fits the bill McCain ads She hopes she can convince undecided suburban women to vote Democrat this election.
2 Little Miami football players suspended for waving 'thin blue line, 'thin red line' flags at game
"Story we did yesterday, two young men on a football team in Ohio, the Little Miami High School. I think it was called. I got suspended from the football team, and I believe they were Children are first responders. They ran onto the field before Friday night's game, carrying the first responder flags They have since been re reinstated on the team. What a surprise. Once the country found out how idiotic that was. The kids are back on the team. I want to know who it is in the administration that told these two kids on 9 11. You can't carry those. You should be able to carry those flags on the field every Friday night if you want But somehow now showing support for law enforcement is controversial and politically incorrect. How did the pendulum swing that far to one side?
Alzheimer's: 67% of caregivers observed a decline in their loved ones' memory or behaviors since COVID-19 restrictions began
"Of caretakers say they've seen a decline in their loved one's memory or behavior since the corona virus related restrictions. That from Banner held Alzheimer's Institute, which has moved its community resource is an education online to keep patients connected. So we have like a men's support group Louie body dementia, caregiver support groups, and we also have different life enrichment programs. So we have a choir that's online. Michelle for duel is in charge of family and community services. Navigation with the banner Alzheimer's Institute, she says they're next support group meets virtually on September 16th at 10 A.m., and it's free.
Hospital: Russia's Alexei Navalny out of coma, is responsive
"German Hospital Treating Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he has been taken out of the medic. We induced coma he had been and is responsive. Officials in Berlin say Navalny was poisoned with a Soviet era nerve agent and his demanded that Russia investigate the case.
US states told be ready to distribute Covid-19 vaccine by Nov 1
"To be ready to distribute a vaccine just two days before Election Day That's raising red flags for health experts, including Corona Virus Task Force expert Dr Anthony Thatching, Dr Robert Redfield, saying in a letter obtained by ABC News. The government is rapidly making preparations to implement large scale distribution of covert 19 vaccines in the fall of 2020. That letter dated on the same day, the president promised a vaccine at the Republican National Convention before the end of the year. Or maybe even sooner. But the director of the National Institutes of Health says it's unlikely there will be a vaccine that soon. Critics worry a vaccine might be rushed. But the White House claims the timing has nothing to do with the election and as delicate Terra ABC NEWS Washington Corona virus infections on
Former Arizona health boss: Compliance needed from bars, clubs
"Arizona must come down on those businesses that don't follow the rules. There's Jim crosses live in Phoenix with Mohr Negative director with ears and a Public health association says they're Arizonans are looking for specific enforcement details that make a meaningful statement. They should be able to tell you exactly what it entails. How to file a complaint. But the phone number is what website to go to complain. Who's going to follow up with that complaint and what authority they'll have to make changes? Humble says. If we open up the bars and nightclubs without a compliance system in place, we could see a repeat of June. Win cases of grown of our skyrocketed era's done after the state we open in mid May live in Phoenix jump cross
RNC Delegates Hold In-Person Roll Call
"Had their national convention last week, this week, it's the Republicans turn their meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, and they've started their convention. With roll call vote to dominate President Trump for a second term in office. He's already has well over the 1276 votes needed to win in the middle of the role called of delegates at the RNC Vice President Mike Pence took the stage, making the case to reelect President Trump. I heard the other day that democracy is on the ballot. But I think we all know The economy is on the ballot. President Trump is now on his way to the convention in Charlotte. All this
619 new coronavirus cases confirmed in Arizona
"119 new cases of Corona virus in Arizona reported this morning in just four new deaths, according to the Department of Health Services. Now. 196,899 cases statewide 4688 deaths
Jobless claims fall below 1 million for the first time since March
"Last week marked the first time since the start of the pandemic in March that new claims for unemployment benefits fell below a 1,000,000 but not by much. 963,000 people still filed for jobless benefits for the first time assigned the viruses debilitating the economy. The newly laid off no longer have the added $600 a week in extra federal aid negotiations in Congress to extend the benefit at a lower level have
Biden VP pick: Kamala Harris to join Biden in Delaware
"Will hit the campaign trail once again, this time as Joe Biden's running mate. The former vice president made the announcement on Twitter, calling Harris a fearless fighter for the little guy in one of the country's finest public servants. Today. Our political analyst Michael Neil says the pic was a safe one. He does not have any obvious flaws. Vice president almost never helps you. You just want number one biggie. You don't want anybody who's going to be a target. Harris is the first African American woman to compete on a major party's presidential ticket. Biden and Harris are scheduled to hold their first joint press conference at around 12. 50. This afternoon. Arizona time. You can hear it live right here on our 92.3 FM, The
Chicago restricts access to city centre after looting
"Chicago will be restricted. Tonight There will be additional police officers on patrol following a night of looting along the city's magnificent Mile. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said. The looting with spurred by false social media posts about a police involved shooting Sunday morning. Unrest near the site led to car caravans of people headed downtown. This was not an organized protest. Rather, this was an incident of pure criminality. This was an act of violence against our police officers and against our city. By Monday morning, 100 people have been arrested. 13 police officers were hurt. Bryan Burrough, ABC NEWS Chicago. Least one
Former Arizona health director discusses safely returning to school
"Eyes on education, Arizona's former state health director, is giving the thumbs up to newly released health benchmarks that guide schools on when it's safe to reopen. During the Corona virus pandemic will humble is now the executive director of the Arizona Public Health Association. He tells his Gaydos and Chad that it covers all of the bases with solid metrics, including positivity rates and trends in new cases in terms of putting out solid guide kudos to Department of Education, the county Health Department and the State Health Department for putting something solid together.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Saint James and Pamela Hughes so I wanted to take this opportunity restoring faith in humanity to talk about something that restores my faith in humanity not once but twice a week sometimes three times a week Pamela yeah and the Batman theme is not by accident okay you have been there you brought Riley you brought Chris to an amazing children's charity called the cold in cal foundation down and we had an awesome I volunteer it's what it's not about me I don't hear there and last night was a super special night because last night was the five hundredth child to go through there that's that's amazing five hundred of them angel by the way was our kid last night and he was okay so I've been there but yeah I'm not going to assume our audience so what kind of kids what what is the cost of health foundation to the way the colt cal foundation works is that children's charities nominee children and many times are not told even what's happening or what's going to happen or what they're going to write and they show up and become a super hero for the night uhhuh the way the story plays out is it Mister what Bruce Wayne is unable to attend which means no Batman so when there is an issue with the joker well the kid has to step in and the cold health foundation has its own bat mobile back copter cycle get the backup slide down the polls yeah now you have the bookcase opens up you've got there William Shakespeare had it's all based on the nineteen sixty six version of of the Batman TV show so it's it's not that scary Batman it's kind of the powers out bane Batman you know Adam west version in SO ten years ago it all started ten years ago there was a little boy named Cole Colton cal and Mister Wayne you and I know who we're talking about we serviced with Mr **** took his Batmobile over and heard that Colton wasn't feeling well and gave the keys to his dad let me drive his son around in about mobile in Egypt that mobile no it's a real battle yeah like flames coming and this is a life Hey I took a a sports car and it's it's a legit pictures of its own are are physically because of the of last night I see the polls you see angel you see about will be a few about cycle arm and what started we if one kid getting to writing about mobile is now this amazing organization called the golden cal foundation where again last night and again they are I think I got the numbers okay because I think the numbers are important last night angel who is phenomenal young man and is how old would you say he is angel is probably seven or eight okay and try to paint and just you know angels gone through more than you and I ever will yeah an angel is fantastic it has an awesome attitude angel was the five hundredth kit to be able to be the super hero have a superior experience and those five hundred kids the way the charity works is the charity gives the money back to the children's charity said nominate the K. so it's a way for children's charities to to a a fun what they do and he handed over checks last night night kid gets to hand the checks back to the charities that that nominate him to go through the super your experience and those five hundred kids have given two two hundred and twenty four we had a twenty twenty fourth different children's charity last night when I did new one last thing and have given back just over one point three million dollars to the credible it is an amazing start it it's it's just started wanted organic very you know like a random act of kindness and so many times when we talk about faith in humanity and we end the show on a high note like that it is those kinds of stories it's those small acts of kindness that go so far in in a lot of times they grow into something that you could never have imagined you know it's one of those things where when you if you just hear about it the kids going to going to this Batman thing I like to say at the end of the show no matter what you thought you were coming to this probably isn't exactly what you were going to get because while the kids are getting to have fun and the slide down the pole in the catering about mobile and do all this cool stuff right it's an hour and a half two hours of nonstop stuff yeah yeah arm at the end they give back in really that's the lesson that Mr Wayne and the Wayne foundation want everyone of those kids the lead with which is giving is fun and giving back to others is what's really important not owning about mobile not having a back copter yeah that's cool but sharing and giving back to others so it's a it's a way to teach these kids as well as offer their families because I mean he's killed a respite yeah it because keep in mind I mean work work work weeks we see a lot of kids.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"T. A. R. news at Pamela Hughes here and you know it's it's part of the new year in January right now you made it through the winter last year and and now you're looking to to get that new car that new S. U. V. that see you'll be able to tell you why you should get it for my friends over at Larry Miller Hyundai Peoria out when you're gonna get a great deal of fantastic deal over there they have the largest inventory of Hyundai is in the state of Arizona so whatever it is that you're looking for they're gonna have it right there on the lot chances are for you to test drive right here right now you're gonna be welcomed by a number of their sales team that is non commissioned and let me tell you why that is a game changer when it comes to the car buying industry what because it means that it's not a high pressure situation listen nobody likes to be pressured when they go to buy a car or anything for that matter you want somebody who's going to help you with the process answer your questions so that you can make the best decision for yourself that's exactly what you're gonna get at Larry Miller Hyundai Peoria they're changing that car buying experience for the better saving you time saving you money and their number one in the country for customer satisfaction I mean it just makes sense the beat out or read a hundred other dealerships to get that distinction and they're right here in our own backyard just hop on the one oh one get off the bell road it's right there in Peoria and visit my friends over at Larry Miller Hyundai dot com welcome back to sports view next topic is it really all about power makes me think a progressive name your price tool give you the power to find options based on your budget let's go to Chuck for in a row the analogy may back in the day people in that's how many all registering the quake they just took the oranges they didn't say on a six seven twelve fifty whatever it was all Regis you get me we get your Jack in a word oranges into a straight with the progressive name your price tool progressive casualty insurance company in the region couple limited by state law a road.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"James and Pamela Hughes it's the latest health concern there icy scare the corona virus we have to get some we want to call it ground zero in China Wuhan city you the the the state of who by but we now have the fifth confirm the case of the corona virus right here in Arizona yeah so what we know about this it's a person at that's affiliated with the Arizona State University community now does that mean an educator does that mean somebody who works there does that mean it's a student will now when I getting that information yet okay but we've been told that this individual has traveled to that city and not province of dumb back to the United States became symptomatic and is being treated what went through the you know the clinic saying I have the flu type thing the clinic the hospital I'm right and as part of the screening they would have said well have you been a trying to get what I just came back from move on and then like you know the bells could got yeah absolutely and we're also learning that this can be transmitted to other people that you come in close contact with that the other thing to find close contact because because contact for measles means you walk into a room hours after somebody who has the measles and it the top there still not voting for president on China suspended all tour groups and the sale of flight and hotel packages for any of its citizens headed overseas so China just told every Chinese citizen you can't leave China yeah that's where it starts to feel again the old different from other scares we've had or should they have behave like this in past scares and they've learned from them okay I don't know is a I I don't know and how this plays out I'm not exactly sure but what we do now is the fifth confirmed case of coronavirus in the United States is right here in Maricopa county in Tempe Arizona I think that freak some people out so Dr Kerr Chris again with the Arizona department of health services we've been trying to get somebody from that department on because it's new swerve the I know that there are people that are quite concerned so I think that there is an obligation for them to talk about this I know they've talked to our newsroom and sell will play those cuts right now until we have the opportunity to ask them some of our own questions and here's what Dr Kerr Chris had to say about how you can protect yourself right because a lot of people are asking what can I DO get your flu vaccine to protect you from influenza and then make sure that you're washing your hands frequently that you avoid touching your mouth nose or eyes that your coughing or sneezing into the sleeve of your shirt or into a tissue and making sure that gets thrown away and staying home with your sex when you are sick because that will prevent you from spreading any respiratory illness to others yeah unlike the flu we've got like twelve thousand confirmed cases of the flu here so it's the crown of I or someone I don't question for you LA so I was reading up on this weekend because you and I talked about last week just the the unprecedented shop down of this we have millions of people pardon the perspective of the entire population of Canada forex okay there's a hold porting the Canadian side so I was reading stories about how you know the United States has people working on official capacity in this province yeah this is France sure as I'm sure there are other countries but these are the two countries the United States and France they're trying to get chartered flights into this area to get their people out yes where do they go when you get them out are you gotta believe they're going to be quarantined for how long died I don't know because then we know again you can have this you can have this virus not show any symptoms on and still spread it we now have confirmed confirmed cases in Australia Malaysia Nepal Vietnam Singapore Japan South Korea Taiwan Hong Kong Thailand France and here in the United States yeah but I'm sure we have a confirmed cases of the flu as well so I'm trying to get perspective on this but your point of you could be a you could be infected yeah and you could be infecting others but I have no idea and showed no outward symptoms is the concern listen we all know that if you're how did you get a temperature of a hundred and five you're sneezing god go see a doctor get out of here don't you know what I'm saying but it's the person or persons who appear perfectly normal who say I don't feel bad I don't feel bad right now granted I've been on China recently but you don't know you don't know what I think that's what scares people yeah and I think that as we learn more because we well well listen we well we've got reporters working this story here in the valley because just knowing that this is a person involved with the A. issue community frankly is not enough no I want to know more I don't even know the person's name but I want to know what the what the capacity the university is where they've been how long they've been back in the United States how many other people that come in contact how many have anybody else has anybody else been tested at your end of Maricopa county there are so many questions that we are working to get you answers to because.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The Saint James and Pamela Hughes okay there is no making sense of it last night I saw the story panel came across as a two week bed Phoenix police in Phoenix fire reporting initially tell me if you saw this to to a report the three children were involved in maybe a drowning or near drowning right now this story has evolved all through the night and we now learn it's it's much worse than we even bought now that that investigators have an opportunity to speak to everyone that's involved the mother admitted to causing the death of her children yeah a mother now admits to killing the three kids three two and seven months old Katie I ours a senior reporter Jim crosses been out at the scene about twenty fourth street and baseline all morning long he's joining us right now Jim what else can you tell us about this tragic story well boys room saying very little information as far as certainly not cause of death yet that's gonna be determined by the medical examiner no motive released no possible but if not there could be one but a twenty two year old mother I did admit she killed a seven month old girl her children two year old girl and a three year old boy inside of the home of the police got her last night about seven thirty and she has mentioned buyer was initially called out on a drowning call native German almost immediately I was not the case aw the Gators have just wrapped about fourteen hours of being here since the thirty now the children were fathered just now leaving still no cause of death no explanation of why this happened all we know about the mother the husband and another relative were at home two they have not been arrested no other talking police police say that they had just moved here not long ago from Oklahoma and right now that's about all we know about this all right Jim Jim Jim cross their case yeah reporter on the scene twenty fourth street based on where we find out that I young mother twenty two years old has now admitted to killing her three children again three two seven months old and and Bruce as a mom I I just I don't get this that there is a real make anything of it right hands of it now the only the only not get that I see in this is the seven month old okay in the reason why I see that potentially as some information the woman having a seven month old it's not post partum depression postpartum depression doesn't lead you to killing your children I suffered from postpartum depression ten years ago when I had my daughter Riley it's it's the Prussian and I know you've model depression and it's super hard because it's a hot an entire life change twenty percent of women suffer from post partum depression one percent suffer from post partum psychosis okay and post partum psychosis is what can lead to this again I'm we don't we don't know at this point I don't know right yeah but I'm just looking at the facts that we have lost and she has a seven month old because there's nothing there's nothing that can explain this we had a story three and half years ago north Phoenix mother killed three children stop them yeah for them in the closet that was a case of okay partum psychosis I see when when I talk to the child behavioral experts out there that work with children that work with mothers they see these situations differently than you and I they see this as a woman who who needed help and didn't get it now do I know that that's what happened here no no not at all what I do know is we've got three kids that well in I think that we see a story like this in our own backyard and we want to make sense of it we want we want to understand and it appears initially that at least according to segments from the the mother over here Fenix PD there isn't going to be some not that there would ever be in line from point a to point B. but there's not it is not going to make sense to us and I think that's really frustrating Hey you know I I because when we talk about yet what would you do for child we we need to protect the children and we and we do things like this all the time and you hear about a mother doing something like this and it's just it's completely opposite of the way you think that maternal instinct and I wonder about the two other people in the home you heard KTAR stream cross mention that there were two other relatives in the home the father was and what I thought was so yeah and and and again you know this is been an evolving story since last night when initially it was a drowning call of three children which in and of itself is on well I got my fine how in god's green earth those that have when I heard the initial thing that right also be three children were involved in a drowning simultaneously.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Get some perspective brucei jeans and Pamela Hughes we're almost there do you realize this is this is our last show of two thousand nineteen yeah there's like a special right it's been a busy year yeah you don't run out of things to do by the way what was what was Riley's big gift for Christmas with her she wanted a bean bag for her new bedroom like a beam that was being taken care thing well no no one of these like it was on like shark tank or something that like you one zip it in the fall down to a bed really right right so it's going to be back for her bedroom okay Nash's pretty stoked about that as well she should be out maybe you're lucky though hi you're lucky that she didn't have at the top of her list for Santa the LOL surprise doll you know the only reason why I know about LOL dolls is because rightly points not every time she sees them because she change some things list good for her thoughts that she gets annoyed by them because they're all over her school and everybody is it seems to be up sorry yeah so see mom there is another LOL another LOL all you hear about this all the time I had to I had to Google them now now most parents that have kids girls right now nobody my credit yeah I do not know everything there is to know about L. O. L. surprise dolls but apparently I'm not alone and a lot of parents who might have given them more maybe the grandparents got him for the kids they ask for on the Christmas list our little surprise when the dolls end up like every doll ever made but make it on the floor Amy roses daughter is eight years old she was playing with her new LOL surprise dolls which include boys that's when rose's daughter noticed the dolls were anatomically correct okay so here at home the glee correct Ryan Anna Tom that means okay you know how in its home look like her rag cannot doll so like all things remain super producer Stevie's ego will it good on his counselor so that when a charge back we got him at that right now hello all surprised all you see a picture of one of the girls that I was like what am I looking at here and then my goodness and then I'm like or their boys and as you heard of that report yes well I did with you know what after is all the girls you said was like I'll take your word of our you know like I'll take your word against the this so we're just going to take their word that yeah it's there you never know what your kids are going to come across the shop I bought these for several years used for holidays or it had no idea that I need to pay more attention to that also things that buyer you just don't know what you get for your kids when you go to the store to get I remember I remember my god daughters when they were in the Barbies yeah yeah yeah yeah you go to their house and it was the island of Nicobar peace ever I don't know why you we we even get them like changing clothes because all Barbies were naked all the time every day because you always put on the cool clothes right so you have a favorite Barbie and they have that the good clothes bees and there I see even can yeah I'm not exactly anatomically correct now we're we're right on that right so I just wanted to let you because you were not compelling now there is no go to live but I don't read I would suggest not doing it at work here now you see you can't and so what is the toy company have to say somebody that makes the dolls posted a picture and caption on Instagram saying yes our boys are anatomically correct all body styles shapes colors and anatomy supporter world of inclusivity and no shame we want all of our fans to feel included in our brand because there's room for everyone to sit with us thank you see here right.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"New station KTAR news Bruce seeing shades and Pamela Hughes all good reviews if you watched a cardinals were playing this week was a bye week but AS you had a pretty big game against the nationally ranked Oregon ducks for the number six of a more number six number six all and Arizona state route reached out to an early lead and then organ started kinda clawing its way back clawing its way back in the game got pretty darn close until third down and six data Daniels is going to throw thirteen sixteen and you give up eighty one heart as my good just throw out there that was a very good so the Sunday was go on to win the game defeating Oregon big deal and is the is the are a tradition anytime you beat a team apparently you're not supposed to be you run on the fee homecoming party is just be gun here in Tempe Arizona news the Arizona state sun devils and their fans celebrate a thirty one twenty eight offset of the six ranked Oregon ducks now whether you knew it or not yes you has a grounds keeper and all I can think about his caddy shack and I sincerely hope all the ground she groundskeeper Brian Johnson wears the hat and talked about to go over my arm this is interesting so you were you were you were at the game theory no okay you shake your head and discuss you think that a chance the grounds keeper with concerned about all the people try to complain the feel of a football field is difficult to maintain that grass and this on the other end when the he even the un washed come running across it and whatever they think Terrel heck right well not I started seeing pictures from reporters during the fourth quarter well before the game is even over of they were putting up signs on the jumbo tron the jumbo tron not run on the field do not you know like you're not allowed no matter what happens you're not allowed peace is late in the season especially on damp nice attempts the grass Donna prevents it from covering quickly I also because this is not the groundskeeper John I also called about a dozen people digging chunks of grass from the field which is it good and now I'm hearing in that accent the caddy shack grounds right away I should do it I think that's about it sounds like it's about right do you see a big in the trunk of the field that's not good at that your world of the grounds keepers of football fields that's a bad thing I learned some every day but grounds keeper Johnson are treated to deal which is interesting from my Twitter followers I think there's so we're at least going to try to up his Twitter following let's make a deal you never rush the field again and I'll paint a center logo next week that you'll be talking about for years to come and after every win versus ranked opponents you can come to my house on Sundays for unlimited eager Meister shot deal imagine caddy shack I'm not lying to me imagine the trapping down on his grass of roll over his place that'll be ugly yeah that would be a lot of sites don't walk on the grass I have you ever rushed the field what what we would you go to school I want is you so you had no because the Russians you know like in the in that back then not too much but no I've never rush the field I have done that yeah a friend of mine did it this time from one who's my eighth was that this game what his family a grown man a grown man really embarrassing he ran down the field to the picture with to a issue student bare chested one of the big a on Monday one of the big **** lost for you somewhere and then my and then my rotund friend next to him with no nothing just assured I got a Jersey on and I wrote him back and I said are you the S. okay the spell it that will never mind yeah but he was down there he did it he rushed the field are I I am not a fan of I I believe that there should be rush the field attic because I think just beating a team you shouldn't be is not rush the field worthy I think championships yes our rush the field right having said that I do have a story hi we are I work at the university Arizona who scares me when you set up this week we had a game and and here's how bad is the details of the game were completely irrelevant I don't remember a damn thing about all right the a win it was a win okay and it was a win probably we should have had because you have a football horrible beat somebody and there was a rushing of the field and there was a tearing down of the goal posts and it was a famous picture in the Tucson newspaper of think about like a dozen students with with the goal post one of the one of the one of the uprights on their shoulders marching out of state so they tore down the goal post and then took it and it took a piece of it took a piece of the goal post that goal post is V. flag pole my for turning the universe herself I don't our for the flag pole is the former goal posts while from the U. of a state that's impressive that's not a bad story right no that's pretty I don't know nothing about how it got there I I I I don't know what the statue of limitations on goal posts theft is let's hope we're past that now right but I'm just saying is it is it noted as this is the goal posts from this day we all know okay does not have a plaque on it for obvious seems like a sponsor below that you would think wow we were involved in the caring of the goal I can neither confirm nor deny right then I was involved in said goal posts that I'm gonna go with you to drink some beer near the post you know that's not true because I don't drink yes you took third goal posts down before anyone even to get taps the new thing they like collapse the goal post and so they can people can't walk off I'm assuming because of you it's a really walk off of it it's a retractable global intractable one of the most important things the Arizonans in twenty twenty is also something you don't hear a lot of talk about we're diving into it next on Arizona's new station the time of.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"James and Pamela Hughes there's been a lot of campaigns to stop drunk driving yeah you know the designated driver program just the general kind of a you know Mickey Mouse was doing don't forget drive odds but this thing I would say maybe unintentionally K. might have had a bigger impact on drunk driving that any program ever wonder what it is you who were left yeah right sure they're what they're finding like their dramatically dropping the amount of like drunk driving and communities that's they're also that because of and lives in ride hailing apps what everyone column people drinking more yeah we actually asked this on our bruising James and Pamela Hughes show totally unscientific poll of the day knowing that you have a all you I'll say the word safe ride home right you've got an uber driver who's allegedly sober a lift driver and they're going to get you home do you drink more when you go out knowing you don't have to worry about the drive home why are you staring at me so the results are boring in right now so I should think about the time to go out yeah yeah yeah do you drink more because you know you have an override home you could vote yes shot shot shot shot shot shot order your vote no same as usual no no change for you okay hello I'm I'm I'm I'm blocking it I would I would probably be a lot seventy thirty shot shot shot shot sixty one thirty nine shot shot shot so sixty one percent of people out there in our totally unscientific poll say yeah I drink more knowing that I have a ride home and I thought not being the drinker I don't I don't gain theory this out all the time I thought it was amazing the story you told me that basically if there is a if you go out one of you has to drive or there's a designated driver other people may not drink as much right for fear all of you know basically in convincing the sober person is going to get you home on some level or whatever yeah but if both of you are going to be in the backseat the uber Laura not around all the way around him yeah you know my husband I when when we go wild and you know we get we get a date night on a rare occasion yes sometimes all over down to downtown Gilbert love that area and if we do get out okay I will go head up also and then you know we'll go over to Boise nose and maybe negroes or whatever it may be and if if we're bring it home then you know yeah you have a cocktail here you have a cocktail there you might have a drink there you're not so concerned about it because well you're not driving home right you're not you're not in jeopardizing anybody but like if if we go out early Wednesday we had down the posting nose and and and I have a glass of wine and a yeah some beer and after that the waitress comes back I was like I hate you guys another one were always talk about who who's driving and if I'm driving that he might have like another beer like one more but like I'm not gonna sit there while you sit in consume like you know drink after drink after drink after drink so I think that like if I don't think everybody and here's to your system I don't either way I don't expect that I've got plenty of people in my life who do not temper their drinking knowing that I'm the one driving well because you're always driving them home IBM the does there's not there's half breeds half over its approval there's no conversation like this with the high it's always like well I drove last time wait your turn I drove last time so you it since you already have that kind of dynamic you're not going to sit there and just like I'll say your lover you know what I mean you might have like another cocktail that puts you right out that limit and you wouldn't get behind the wheel of the car but you're not get and she heard with your spouse right there at least I don't now now we got it over story so yeah I'm in the majority okay but here's here's the thing though yeah like drinking and driving it is something that is super serious and I've lost an uncle and a head on collision with a drunk driver so as we're sitting here and and and we're laughing I I don't drink and drive and and I talk about well I got my drink a little bit more in a sense of the fact that like you know you don't drink and you've got your reasons for that but you know your dad had struggles with alcohol you are being incredibly kind my dad my dad used to get Christmas cards from Budweiser in Gordon's Jan are you kidding me that's your story when nobody not mine when he finally stopped drinking the stock took up the plot it was horrible for those people so I I get you know like drunk driving down good thing you know they see binge drinking and I would necessarily put myself in the binge drinking I would have you know a couple more it goes up and in fact in Portland Oregon that just got over two years ago I mean hello welcome to two thousand seventeen right this all alcoholic drink driving car crashes went down yeah there's no other program that that is had a sixty two percent decrease in drunk driving so quickly and I don't know how the heck they want about figuring all this out but they said like binge drinking yeah.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Dot com Pamela Hughes here and you know you've heard me talk about my friends over at Larry Miller Hyundai Peoria right you've heard me talk about their non commissioned sales staff and how they get you into the right car for you and not one for their own bottom line you've heard me talk about how all Larry Miller takes care of their employees in the help pay for college and they give back to the community and all of these wonderful attributes well you know what they're actually getting awarded for it yeah automotive news has named Larry Miller Hyundai Peoria AZ the best dealership to work for and also dealer raider name them the you know customer satisfaction award that's a big deal it's a big deal because they're treating not only their employees right they're treating queue the customer right and also here's the big one Larry Miller Hyundai Peoria is number one of the country for customer satisfaction there's over four hundred dealers for a Hyundai in this country and the one right over there Larry Miller Hyundai in Peoria is the best no there's no award police out there that goes and checks on everybody else's as their number one in there so the number one and that you can check this for yourself they are the best and you can shop there right off the one O. one bell road in Peoria online Larry Miller Hyundai dot com and is now a page from the diary of flow dear diary.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And Pamela Hughes. you know there there's. considerations things that pop up that we didn't even know were things before so thinking of ride Cher companies I'm just gonna think uber and lift I realize there might be some other ones but those are the ones that I think of all the times that family too okay so. and left. Ivers an uber and lift passengers. have both been victims of. sexually motivated attacks. both directions right but we always think of our blood I should say you and I do. for example when I order a ride Cher Pamela yeah. I don't care where I sit in the car and I don't care who the drivers what about you I get in behind the driver and I sit behind the driver yeah you feel more comfortable you'll please well because if they're going to try to attack me it's harder to reach as a mom I know it's harder to reach behind the seats as I will okay right verses if they're in the past okay you can get a little slap it over there but behind you a little bit more difficult do you feel more less comfortable with the male driver female driver easy are you at that level I'm not necessarily at that level to be honest with you I probably taking in a total of ten to fifteen members are letting their life and they've all been men okay so you have you had the files are even had a female driver okay so but but a lot of people like yourself you where you sit in the car. has to do with your concerns over you're safe absolutely and do you ever check the license plate to make sure it's the right driver we have to let you do okay good good because I don't get me wrong but it's one of those things where I think women women's world is very different than a man's without a doubt okay and so we think of it from the passengers had some high profile incidents here of assault yeah of death. but it wasn't with a with a passenger no is the driver so here's the thing. female drivers okay that's we're talking about. and I had put myself in the shoes again I admit that I do think about it but think of a female rider driver. picking up a guy late at night and locking themselves in a car with them you say a guy okay so what about guys multiples of coral you got Laura she's newer driver late one night she was picking up two guys from a bar they were drunk immediately started making rape jokes whoa and hitting on our. when she told him to stop. or she's going to have to kick them out yeah they started yelling and screaming at her we've actually make this our our briefing team to Pamela you should totally unscientific poll the day you can go about right now on should over and lift drivers have the option then to segregate their riders by sex in the name of safety should female drivers be allowed or have the option to say I will only pick up other women so that it's not an option right now not yet but it's one that is being considered in the wake of these lawsuits that are now being levied against were and and and left I have a question and I do not know the answer. what has there or was there a similar issue in cabs. or is it because a lot of cabs now have the safety glass between the driver in the past year that it doesn't matter yeah I I don't know I don't have perspective you would think you're still letting somebody in a car with you. our cab drivers also feel unsafe like that I don't know the answer potentially but it's also one of those things where I can I you know I've taken ten to fifteen over a lift driver that rides in my life have take maybe two cab rides yeah I mean that's also one of those I'm gonna give us we get a mark cab it now no but I'm saying like it's not something that that happens all the reason we don't work here is some other major city is that they're looking at different kinds of ways to protect the female driver is again I think of it as a female passenger not necessarily as a female driver I thought this was a unique perspective on some recommending background checks for passengers Warner unlike mode the. it only connects women with women during the late hours of night. so it's it's segregates the options they have of picking up they pick up okay they pick up a pen as the driver right hi but then as the woman with the passenger when you go on the app at night can I only able to say I want a female driver only female driven I'm if you really think of it this way and I found this just a different way that. talk about this. being inside someone's car is a very intimate setting I mean you are in a a close confined area yeah the families or small cars. on as a woman when I go to get a massage I get to choose if I want a female masseuse no more maleness okay but as well you should right so should should women have the opportunity to choose. between a male driver or a female driver now here's the thing I think that the comes with some risks because again like I said over a dozen rights I've never had a male driver so let's say a driver excuse me excuse me I've never had a female driver yes absolutely let's say you know something happens to my car and and you know I gotta get home but leave the car here it it's two o'clock in the afternoon. as a client as a passenger. what makes it you know any more or less safe for me to get into a car with a duty as two o'clock some verses in the morning so they actually have what's called the women preferred view. in Saudi Arabia so can I tell you. I'm not gonna tell people it's their car what they can do with that okay they only want to pick up women only want to pick up men vice versa I'm fine with that in concept. I guess my bigger issue with it is. as a pack I'm a past I've never been an uber driver lift driver. I don't I don't want. the assumption being that I'm the bad guy when I get into the car I just have a problem with this idea that if it's a female driver. well you know I have to prove I'm not I'm gonna sold them. I get your point. but it's also the scary reality that you don't want to be thought of as a creepy McCree pretend but let me tell you most every most women listening to me right now at some point time have found themselves in a compromising situation some have been able to navigate their way out of it some didn't realize it was a calm. a one of those situations and tell after they got out of it or maybe even years later it's something that women have to think about all the time AT and acknowledge that I don't think so is there something I can do or say that would make a female right sure driver I feel like if I brought it up it would be creepy yeah I know what so I don't know what to do there's really nothing you can do it's a matter of just kind of the weight that I mean we're talking more about these things which is good which is good because it's giving you the dude a perspective that you've never even thought of before so it's not so much you get into the car and you see something to put them at ease I'm not a rapist right which is what a rapist would get in the car and be chill and be cool and you'll be fine it's just one of those things where you need to be aware that this is reality for a lot of women out there I don't I don't want them to be uncomfortable in my presence so I I will work on the show. but you don't understand the women encountered things like this for decades we we haven't had these kinds of open discussions you can vote again on our Facebook page should the drivers have the option to segregate their writers by sex interesting. so. law allow and I do mean allows students to run their mouths in school where was this when I was growing up we're talking about it next on Arizona's new station. top stories the latest traffic updates your valley weather forecast coming up today at noon in the case he argues expansion Arizona's news station is. ninety two three SM streaming live on the QC are used. you know so many people have been saving for their retirement doing the right things right you've got the the four oh one K. you've got the IRA who you didn't touch you save at least a hundred thousand dollars okay some now what. lot of folks haven't thought that far yet right. he was where Trajan wealth can help you Jeff junior and the team and Trajan well as fiduciary he's first off they must put your financial interest in from other on that means you're not sales people that means that they have a legal standard to provide you with information with the strategy that benefits you not them trying to meet some sort of sales goal or trip to Hawaii. end they can also help you and I've seen this over and over again. we can help you answer the questions there I say can help you come up with the questions you need to be asking yourself what are your expectations what do you want from retirement age standard of living how does little taxes him back that what about social security yeah they can help you not only answer the questions you have become of the questions you should be asking yourself if you're getting closer to retirement and you have questions or you're not even sure what the questions are to be asking for eight OO.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two three FM get some perspective Bruce in chains and Pamela Hughes in the wake of so many of these mass shooting bearer one of the topics that comes up for discussion is a red flag laws basically is see if I can describe it in a nutshell a red flag law would allow law enforcement or the courts to remove weapons from people they believed to be a danger to themselves or other law enforcement can go to the courts and then get the order yeah and there are certain states that have these kinds of laws and it's one that governor do see try to get past here in Arizona the last session he didn't quite work out but there's all the Isley a renewed sense of immediacy for these types of walls and the governor believes it could prevent a mass shooting here in the state he talked to knocking Gaydos yesterday about it and here's what he had to say there's no one law there's no two laws there's no basket of laws that could stop or prevent all of this what we want to do is is is to minimize it and everywhere we can to to prevent it from from happening okay there's no argument behind that is there but there's no I am or bite I think there is I I think there is in the sense of you've got a lot of Democrats out there that don't feel as though these laws go far enough hello okay so it's one of those yes but we need what outgoing blank right yes but and it seems like a good first step but you also have folks out there that say okay it it's such a logical first step power really to push the boundaries to make a difference like it's it's not good enough right so you've got the folks on the left that are saying well yeah that we should have already been doing that what else what else what else it kind of trying to push it further of which I think they're going to meet some massive resistance here in Arizona with that kind of you know insisted and and the and the the gun extremists if you well believe this is a kindergarten confiscate and that's where you have a lot of Republicans who are against it as well so you say that this makes sense well I think to the average Joe listening right now it makes sense but when it comes to our lawmakers who have to buy into this one way or the other I think that there are some opposition hence the reason why it hasn't asked what is it that the problem that is as opposed to going with things that a vast majority agree with and when you look at things like red flag laws when you look at things like background checks this is not an exaggeration you're looking a public polling that shows sixty to seventy percent approval of these things yet it's the thirty percent by the way split in the fifteen and fifteen they get to dictate the debate yeah I don't fall on the on the yeah it's like this because you will there is there is there are few things that seventy percent of Americans agree I don't know if I could simply say seventy percent agreement it's Tuesday okay but if that's the case if that's truly the case of which I agree with you but but play this out of seventy percent of Americans agree that this needs to happen why isn't it happening honestly I'm because people who are single issue gun voters are more powerful because they always show up to vote they always book consistently and they always donate money to people that that support that if you want to call them anti gun if you want to call them sensible gun law people they're not as passionate almost like they're just not as passionate about a red flag law as the gun people are against any new government if you look at their threatened right so that that's will call call you see I'm saying I get the point but I think that like once once people in the Middle realize that they have the power and actually start exercising it I think that this country will vastly change now so how does the governor plan on getting this past it's part of our errors on the safe schools planet we we've gotten a lot of this plan passed in terms of cops and counselors improvement of background checks in Arizona that's the background checks under existing law but like president Lincoln said with public sentiment anything is possible without it nothing is possible I think people are seeing that some action has to be taken both at the state level and the federal level so we do have the plan it's been in front of the legislature what I need is more more voices more movement of people that say we want to get this done we want to see something like this work Hey you know what governor I want to see this done I want to see this war you have our voices on there so I don't speak for Bruce no bites we back I back do you read you back the red flag walls yes yes I'm I'm in favor of them even though can we acknowledge that a lot of the mass shootings would not be stopped by these but I do realize that the vast majority of gun violence is not mass shooting right but I think it kind of goes back a little bit to what the governor was saying originally as no one loss going to fix everything agreed agreed you know one of my fundamental issues is the way if we are dance I feel like we dance around the the problem because my my argument you can be in favor of red flag was full stop no but when you look at the people who are committing these acts of terrorism or crimes they would not be caught by these red flag laws very very few of them have been adjudicated mentally ill involuntarily committed to a mental what have you judicata mentally L. or involuntary would apply it all comes in under kind of where that where it where it falls but just being angry doesn't necessarily put you on a a red flag list of being a racist being a white nationalist to being whatever you know what I'm saying it doesn't those are things that would necessarily disqualify now no so you really have to be at the extremes to get caught by red five laws and good let's get those people in the extreme you know what school is back and your valley Toyota dealer wants to pay tribute to a teacher 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"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"On ninety two three FM producing team and Pamela Hughes so yesterday Pamela I had the air conditioning guys come out just to do the like yearly checkup right thank and they had to go up into the attic in the house Jeez it was only a hundred and five yesterday only but I was like what is the temperature up that they came out of there now look if it's hot a lot of people are working in very hot conditions we also had one of our UPS drivers who listens to us in his truck have you seen those little digital he guns you can point at something like a hot it is he he he me a picture all of the back of his you PS truck it's a hundred and thirty two degree good night that is uncomfortable it's possibly dangerous for humans I'm guessing you know and I I hope these people are are being smart about it but what's going on at the Maricopa county animal care and control center well our TV partners of ready we see fifteen just a couple days ago received a message a message from some volunteers at that shelter and they they got the message that these volunteers are being fired okay one why are you firing some volunteers right right some volunteers here well it appears as though these volunteers show some photos of triple digit temperatures inside the shelter so picture if you well okay you know dogs and cats inside the shelter I've been to that Shelton and you know we've had many conversations on there say orange is that even the last couple of days about leaving animals and pets in hot car yes on those lines but the volunteers say they were fired because they showed photos of triple digit temperatures inside that shelter moon it sounds to me like they were the volunteers cared about the welfare of the animals the it it by the way I'm I'm I'm assuming that's why somebody would volunteer to work there to begin with that you that you have a what do I want to call it a a altruistic reasons to wanted to want to do that in volunteer your time and they're fired for exposing the fact that it seems to me like you have big interest temperature love yeah ABC fifteen got a few messages as that showed measurements between a hundred and one and a hundred and eight okay some of those kennels and you know you've got Maricopa county animal care and control that say you know they they they have eve out coolers but sometimes they they just can't get ahead of some of the summer heat temperatures I don't disagree with that but but what are you doing about it well I mean and that's the thing in your solution to this is to fire volunteers if you're if you're firing the whistle blower well you know what the viral firearm I work at that volunteer laugh I volunteer at that shelter I'm doing it because I care about animals I do it because it's probably a passion project for you right sure you'll love puppies you love kiddies you donate your time to help out and you see something that's not right we raise our kids if you see something say something if something's not right speak up they spoke up now they're also saying that they don't necessarily leak this to the media so how exactly got ABC fifteen I don't know but you know what that's almost exactly I would say to do these volunteers are saying that there was no due process who cares you could have very well impacted the lives of some of these dogs of some of these cats you should walk out with your head held high because you did the right thing I don't disagree in the slightest I don't disagree in the slightest and and be it certainly makes the Maricopa county animal care and control look like they're trying to cover things up like like for their employees and their volunteers the messages don't you dare expose anything we're doing that might harm the animals well I mean what you what you've got going on America the county animal care and control is that there apparently in the process of replacing some of these about coolers but they can't get done until September so you've got staff there they're using what blankets and towels the dogs can lay on them stay cool there's you know fresh water I use things along those lines but the reality of the situation is you've got animals in this type of environment you've got somebody that's exposing it and your solution is instead of having them show up and help you out with all of this let's just fire them Carlos says I get the shelters emails okay an email list for them and they have been asking for coolers or portable AC units because our in house cooling system was down and they said they didn't have the money to fix so they are aware there is a problem okay okay that's what I do sure sure you know what it in like there is a problem and if you've got an easy if you've got coolers if you've got money to donate heck if you've got a special skills that they can get this taken care of before September help them out there at the Maricopa county animal care and control I'm totally fine with that I have issue with you firing somebody because they're letting people know this is going on there emailing people letting them know that this is going on right it's not a secret so why do you let volunteers were trying to help out the situation go it looks suspicious sounds fishy when you start firing whistleblower stuff happens I get it stuff happens to look like you're trying to fix it in September you're trying to do the best that you can write down not fault you for that both fire people over it ridiculous so after last weekend how anxious are you to be out in public we're gonna talk about that get some of your.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Pamela Hughes so I fly a lot and so he is kind of a thing was there some people don't want to fly but I have it's called global entry so I have a ID card that I can use to get on an airplane brighter because my driver's license even though it was a legal Arizona driver's license it was like I don't know how many years how about this three addresses ago do you know what I'm saying yeah lot of people can relate to that because we could be kind of a quote unquote lifetime I think expired at twenty thirty two but I recently got a thing in the mail to you need to update your picture every once in awhile and I said okay what were you like twenty probably you know it's like me at eight is my high school graduation but I went and last week Pamela I got my new driver's license with the little gold star in the top corner which means I can use it to get on an airplane they see the soccer when we me what ya'll think I know where you live okay all right so this is the real ID yes you need to have that that Lauren is not right corner is the is the V. V. V. the thing my barber you're looking for well that's the name of Bob or a that Bruxelles has on his driver's license and I just I mean but I don't and now I will have to wait in line even longer because we're telling all of you people that there are only three hundred business days left until you need this travel ID there's real idea to get on an airplane or to get any kind of federal building yeah there is was was one of the states that our our ID's were not compliant with these can government or any states whose ideas were complying with a pretty much everybody in every state is going to have to do something different Arizona kind of resisted this also is part of our maverick kind of a vibe can I give you some advice okay I did not go to the D. M. V. D. D. M. V. what we call it here MVD motivate I did not go there to get my license done I went to one of these third party people yeah can I suggest that you do that I went to what penalty making appointment no no you just showed up I I'm pointing I drove down don't see on the radio the fifty one what is it Indian school trying my PCH I went in think there's one person in front of me I gave them my information you need to know what you need I had a time then I went over the double check point three three people they said okay a care stand here take a picture the mail your your your driver's license so I needed to get a new driver's license I I forget why I was in and out a few minutes maybe tops that's awesome yes last year I need to get a new one and I was sitting at the the little doo Hickey you know table with the person across from me and I saw you know realize coming needed by July the October first twenty twenty next year and I'm I said okay you know what I just get one of those right all pay the twenty five Bucks to get one of those right now in the woman goes well do you have your birth certificate how many a passport yeah I wanna I do you do you have your social security card with I had to hide do you have like a a bank statement or utility bill and I'm like well I'm just like you to re print off another right drivers like you know what you need to have the time I get out of it you don't you don't have those things then you can't get a real ID so it's kind of like if you're gonna go get a passport it's the same kind of information you're going to need so yes folks you're gonna need to go find it I brought a passport only a valid one yeah my expired I don't ask me how because I am not organized I found my original social security card No Way screen does it have like a little metal thing on it no god no no oh my god this is decidedly cardigan okay paper from back in the day way back in the nineteen hundreds Pamela and then I brought like by electric bill and water bill and that's all I needed to get the real ID so yeah you're gonna need to go some documentation right you can't just show up and handing your old one expect no no no no no no no so important safety tip and another important tip is to know that October first twenty twenty the standard driver's license the one that most of us currently have our wallets right now will no longer be accepted by TSA to pass through airport security or to get on a commercial flight which means even if you do have yours right it's gonna be a nightmare at sky harbor with C. can we make plans now October first of twenty twenty to do our show from terminal for sky harbor and just something in at the Boston right outside the TSA there couple little chair and I'll just sit there sure they'd love this I'm sure and watch we don't even have to like have any commentary we could just get all the microphone Mike yeah and what was what do you get on the plane there would be three hours from nine to noon that's it that's it what do you mean and then we can pull people aside when they get refused entry and all I never heard that I need to get a real ID nobody ever told me this is a valid driver's license in Arizona and what I mean you need to get a different tribes so here's the deal you're saying I don't want to have to bring my social security number my birth certificate that you know thanks statement Khiladi built in get a real ID no you don't have to you can opt out of the real ID compliant license choose a regular state license it'll be marked instead of having that little gold which I buy we deserve a lot of gold stars you deserve something my friend it will be marked with not FOR federal identification you also you will need a passport to travel within the United States then that's if you don't have the realize realized he could travel wherever you want no real ID you'll need a passport to go along with your regular driver's license to travel within yes the United States of America there you go you've got three hundred business days to get a real ID and you gotta believe again October first of next year those of you that wait till September next year number there are going to be like to run the car you're good you're going to think they were given away Taylor swift tickets at the at the MVD the lines it'll be gold do it now seriously I will show you the place first step yeah go find remember we did not define their so called secure not to get your documents in order to do that one you can find all that information on a.
"pamela hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. Bit of a program reminder, an important subject. It's something that, that panel. And I have personal stories personal accounts with and in talking to other people, we've noticed a lot of folks out there have stories about opioids, maybe not to the point of addiction dependency in God forbid overdoses. But we know a lot of people have stories about it. And so all week long we've been looking at Amazon 'as opioid epidemic. Today day three coming up at the ten o'clock hour, we're gonna talk about the role of doctors. Yes, the role of doctors and the new restrictions that the state of Arizona has put in place when it comes to prescribing these opioids in what position has that put doctors and it's kind of like a push and pull type of situation. So we know that there are physicians listening to our program on a regular basis we want to hear from you, these new restrictions. Have they helped you or have they hurt you McNabb harder? Do you think it makes your job easier or your job harder? Give us a call on the open mic line. Six zero two two hundred two seven three three we're looking for physicians. Doctors with these opioids in the new restrictions put in place by the state of Arizona is a good thing or is it major job harder? Six zero two two hundred two seven three will be playing some of those calls back later in the program. So you might remember the Arizona lawmakers wanted a raise, but since they can only get a raise in pay by voter referendum by us voting for it, and there is exactly zero chance of that happening in the last budget, they, they basically tried to, to, to pull a fast one. Yeah they try to slip something in there. It had to do with the daily stipend and tripling the amount of money they get daily while in session, and to have the effect of almost doubling their pay tripling tripling. Stipend, which doubled their overall pay, right? Yes. Thank you. So the per diem what they make every single day to cover expenses would be tripled in essence doubling to pay. You didn't know how governor Ducey would react to it. He did veto that. So they did not get it. You know what I think we had a part in that and all honesty, we talked about this, and not a lot of other people were talking about it. You and I were calling shenanigans on the state legislature. Don't let them do this in the middle of the night. Did they did it the last night of budget negotiations over a three day weekend, hoping, nobody would pay attention, but you and I we were like Ron, we're on. Yeah. Okay. And we wanted to see what the governor would do. And I'll be honest surprised I didn't know which way to go. I was surprised vetoed it. Well, you know what? Lawmakers onto happy with the governor vetoed this part of the position, we the people of Arizona have to vote for a pay increase for the makers, and we have not approved one for over twenty years. So are they do for one? Yeah. Probably could make an argument and I don't have any problem with lawmakers outside of Maricopa County, getting more in their per diem. Because in the last twenty some odd years, the price of everything else has gone up reasonable, exactly. So if you're if you have to get a hotel room or rent, a place or have to get out every single day, then you're going to need a little extra cash in. So that's fine by me, how much tripling not so fast. But in order to get the rural lawmakers more money in their per jam Maricopa County lawmaker said, you know what we want some of that cash to so Maricopa County, state lawmakers, what did increase their per diem three times, which is so sleeping in their own bed. They're still eating meals at home. I don't see the need for increasing their per diem, and apparently neither did the governor here, but as he state lawmakers are now a little ticked off in particular. I want to tell you, what one of our friends. For the program. Nobody we know Representative Jay Lawrence Republican out of Scottsdale used to have a show, Jerry lovable Jay. Right. Everybody's got a j Lawrence story. Great guy. Wonderful guy and what I thought he said that was interesting. Okay. What did Jayson because he said that everyone remembers Scottsdale maybe hills area up there that we don't appreciate our state lawmakers the way California appreciates. There's a where we go on Jay. Okay. Jay Sam sample, I call him j 'cause I just know. No. Okay represented. Yeah. Lawrence in California. Over one hundred thousand dollars a year. Plus automobiles. Wow. Plus, plus, plus, so, yeah, I believe we deserve more money because it's an all year job. So Arizona lawmakers, make twenty four grand a year and California lawmakers make over one hundred grand here. He also says, that in California, the per diem for lawmakers there is about one hundred ninety whereas in Mira COPA county. It is thirty five. So his argument, Cal is doing J thought this head can I can I help you understand that California lawmakers making a hundred grand a year at one hundred ninety two dollar per diem might be part of the problem because I got a question for you. Where does that money come from? Ooh. Me taxpayers. Yeah. And how taxpayers pay for it. Raising taxes. Right. And California has a tax burden that most California's even think is unrealistic. And those of us in Arizona would say is unacceptable so Jay's argument that he should make more money kind of like California lawmakers when I'm pretty darn sure I knowing Jay's politics he is not in favor of raising taxes. So where does the money come from Jay? I'll wait. He can't have it. Both ways both ways you can't have a low tax environment. A low regulatory environment. You can't be business friendly like Zona is an offer tax breaks to companies which, by the way, I'm all in favor of, but then say, well, we need all this extra money to do other stuff we wanna do. It's one or the other, you know, it's interesting because lawmakers are making the argument that they're not given the respect they deserve. And you had one Representative Michelle Udal who likened the appropriateness of a raise to the pay increase teachers received. Ooh. Okay. That's gonna make the town hall meeting that next town meeting ads gonna make that one a bit uncomfortable. But you know what else can part time job to be clear being a state lawmaker in Arizona's a part time job and almost all either retired or they have a another job. They have they have a career. He know what else might be a little bit uncomfortable. The relationship with the governor's office really lawmakers because thing, well, you had state Senator David live, in Livingston out of Peoria Representative that said that the governor may have done himself harm hard with the legislature. He says, quote. We could have done something like this. That would have benefited the ninety members that would have made working relationships better. This makes it more strained. The governor didn't sign are sneaky Bill in the middle of the night. And therefore, we're going to have a temper tantrum. Bruce, I called shenanigans. I'm glad that governor Ducey called cinema against you want to have the discussion of increasing. Paola tavist. I'm not opposed to increasing the per diem for those outside of Maricopa County, tripling, it got issues with Maricopa County. Got issues bullets talk about an accession and Jay's argument. Well, why don't we do it like California, does California does a lot of other things that I don't think very, many of us are interested in. It's why we don't live in California. Jay sorry. So we've got some statistics about Arizona's roads and highways, we had a reduction in the number of crashes in Arizona last year, but we have an increase in depths do. I'm trying to understand how those things.
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"Saint James and Pamela Hughes. I realize and I understand that. Technology. Keeps moving forward at a very fast paced, and I can see a day when we share the roads, those of us right now, we're going to be sharing the role with self driving cars. It's going to happen to the point. You'll see it a lot. I think in our lifetime, if you will. But are you ready for self driving semi trucks? Yeah. Well, you know what they're here. Arizona is this autonomous test-bed if you will friendly. Oh my goodness, super friendly. And while I like innovation and technology. There's a part of this as way a little bit too friendly because we don't have a lot of the regulations that other states do, therefore, we don't have a lot of information that is going on with all these self driving vehicles in our state that being said, we're seeing a little bit more of these true simple is a company that has been expanding the last year or sell. Okay. They're not they're not, you know, hopping people in the back of their minivan and taking them over to Chandler mall. No, no. These are semis trucks, they'd had eleven of them on the road since January. And while they haven't talked about the companies that they've been carrying cargo for, we don't know that the United States, postal service is going to be using them in a pilot program from. From Arizona to Texas over the next couple of weeks. Interesting. So self driving semi trucks are with us, they are around us, and it's going to happen. When you hear about you'll want to call them Futurists, but these people saying here the industries that are at risk. And here's some how technology we've heard about, you know, if you work the counter at a fast food restaurant, a kiosk might take your job. And I've heard about this coming for a while, the truck driving industry it, how would it be impacted because listen, right, right, this very second panel there, there are people listening to us driving a delivery cars. Big rigs across the state of Zona. We know that, that I mean it's a it's a career. It's a good job. It also appears to be one of the ones definitely at risk. But we want to hear from you. If you are a trucker in dome. Dopey calling us tough when, when you're driving that big rig behind you. But is this a concern for you in what are some of the concerns that we lay men may not realize give us a call on the open mic line? Six zero two two hundred two seven three three because these new trucks, they are relying on nine cameras. Okay. And they've got they got a pair of light are sensors and what they're looking to do is become fully autonomous. That's the goal of this. There are other technologies out there. They're driver assistance. Right. The human is ultimately in control of the vehicle. What this technology is looking to do not quite there yet. But look to the future, they're looking to make it fully autonomous now in this, this pilot program that's going to be going on between Phoenix and Dallas over the next two weeks. You are going to have a safety engineer on board. You're gonna have somebody monitoring the trucks performance during these test Rondo humans. If so it's not as though you're going to be driving down the ten over Memorial Day weekend. Look over and that semis drive jock. It's not the case. But that is where they're trying to go, and they're doing all of these test runs now to see how quickly they can get their here's, I'm going to echo baby, the frustration for the truck driving industry because here's one of the problems. Here's why self driving trucks make sense. Maybe more so than other places the law, the law requires drivers that they cannot drive longer than eleven hours. And then they must be off duty for ten consecutive out ten consecutive. They must also refrain from driving beyond a fourteenth consecutive, our after returning to duty. This includes Pretre fuelling poster. I mean, it's just human nature. About them falling asleep. Fatigue drivers could in our safety, and they've got a fifty five thousand pound truck driving. So I can acknowledge it with you, what to say for safety reasons or whatnot. We require twenty you see these, these new rules went into effect recently trucks, on the side of the road because they get to the end of their time, and they just have to pull over and they have to take their ten hours off. They have to sleep, they have to pull over and you see that can't get to a truck stop there on the on ramps at offerings. I see him everywhere but trucks aren't rolling down the road aren't making money. If the wheels aren't moving, you're not making money. Standpoint. This makes sense I guess, but I'm also quite concerned, because you can make good money as a trucker. Oh, I don't disagree. And I'm concerned for those who may be out of jobs because of what they do six. Oh, two two hundred two seven three. Yeah, we're talking to you guys. Give us a call. Let us know your thoughts on this six oh, two two hundred two seven three three days ago. Pamela restore your faith in humanity with the story of the commencement speaker, that paid off. All of the student loads for the entire graduating class. But it's also led to another conversation and lend itself to an interesting scientific experiment. We'll tell you about that coming up next today on the zone is news station. We're keeping an eye on the state capital as lawmakers continue to work on a budget deal. We'll bring you the latest KTAR is on technology. A.
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"St James and Pamela Hughes crazy daisy the absurd AirAsia stories that made you wonder is too much sunshine, a bad thing after all. Leave it to Arizona, right. We're making national news again, Pamela, ply, the headline everywhere. Arizona. Lifts none Chuck ban. Like, okay, we had an unchecked band. Did you know even had a van did you know that none chucks were illegal in the state of Arizona and were put in the same category as like bombs and automatic machine guns. Grenades and grenade. Hey, yeah. That's why they call it. Crazy as e right? Well, the times are changing and no longer are. None. Do you think? Everyone knows what men. Chuck are. Yeah. Yeah. To sticks with a chain or a rope aquarium she very much, but our very own attorney general here in Arizona. Purna veg. About him. Yeah. Apparently eighty burn of each has been doing martial arts for years. Okay. Kissed took took to Twitter yesterday. I tweeted it out. And I thought it was hysterical. We have up at Bruce tweeted it adverse, Pamela as well. And he's with sounded like he's clearly my years of martial art training is paid off pulled my old nunchucks out of storage like riding a bike ready. I was branded..
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"New York. You're never more than fifteen. Minutes away from today's top stories on every Jonuz news station. KTAR news. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. We can have April twenty-seventh it was a Saturday and a boy scout troop a group of boy scouts along with. I'm going to go with scout leaders. I'll use that loosely. Adults decided to go and hike little south of here Picacho peak. If you've driven Phoenix in Tucson, it's the big thing. Six up in the middle of nowhere Picacho peak. And we know now they went horribly wrong. A sixteen year old boy lost his life on that hiking trail, and we're learning more now about the nine one one call nine one one calls have just been released. We are going to play them for you right now. And they're kind of difficult to listen to nine one location of emergency. I don't have much time. I've got I'm Anthony I'm on the trail of cocaine. We're coming back out of goch. Okay. Cotton kale, Marco, we pack. Come out, Mark. We're probably still a mile in. I've got. Juvenile who is out. Okay. It'd be breathing. Breathing. I got an covered up. More out of water. We shared our water. We're now all out of our water. We got the rest of our group at our cars. So. At the trail head. This is our straggler and. Yeah. We need help. Young. Now sixteen year old died on the sunset vista trail. And that Saturday April twenty-seventh he was about ninety five degrees. Very different than what we're experiencing right now. 'cause you might be outside at this moment. And it is seventy one degrees here in Phoenix. Unseasonably.
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"James and Pamela Hughes last night, the second of two episodes of a documentary about. Two grown men. Young men at the time who say and detailed their relationship both positive and negative with Michael Jackson. It was called leaving never land and the two gentlemen, James safe. Chuck and Wade Robson both detailed how they met. Michael jackson. One was seven one was ten and how they maintain a relationship for a decade or more with him. A relationship that at times was sexual including when they were very young children. I didn't get to see it. I want to see it. And I know that a lot of you wanna see it maybe didn't have the chance to see it. So so we've got some clips from the documentary the two part series and that played on HBO and then followed up by one hour with Oprah Winfrey. We've got a little bit of everything, but this is a sensitive topic. Please keep that in mind, if you've got children in the car if you watch this documentary, it'd been has the warning at the beginning. It is even with the warnings. It is really hard to listen to and get a sense for the pain. These men went through. So we'd raw Robeson Robson Robson. Okay. He small stralia. He grew up watching listening and learning to dance like Michael Jackson, and I won't say the age of five he won this huge competition where the reward the prize was to meet. I'm jay. Yeah. All right in a in a constant Australian, and so that's how this relationship friendship. Crime started. This is a little bit difficult to listen to knock. I I've been told it's difficult to listen to our producer pulled this Kaut said that it is cleaned for air. But it is difficult got it. This is Wade describing the first encounter. Okay with Michael Jackson remembers.