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Extreme Heat in the West to Send Temps to Triple Digits
"The west is broiling. Excessive heat warnings are in effect again today from phoenix where today's forecast was one hundred. Twenty degrees to eastern montana where some farming towns braced for highs close to one hundred ten. Npr's kirk siegler reports. There is little relief in sight. For the drought stricken region. How hot is it. It's like opening an oven when you're baking pie. Captain scott. douglas is a paramedic with the phoenix. Fire department the city is open sixty six cooling refuges and hydration stations at parks libraries and pools. It's hot and people say it's a dry heat. And i'm like well you know what when it gets two hundred seventeen hundred and eighteen degrees. It doesn't matter if it's dry. Moist phoenix broke records last year. For hitting a hundred degrees or higher for more than one hundred and forty four days last year was also a record wildfire year and much of the west and every day. There's a headline screaming. This summer could be worse arizona. Lawmakers are holding a special session this week to consider a hundred million dollar emergency bill for firefighting and prevention in nevada were invasive grasses and drought have fueled record range fires lately. Firefighters have been dealing with one hundred degree temperatures for the past two weeks. Paul peterson is the fire management officer for the federal bureau of land management. They're typically we wouldn't have a heat and winds until mid july. So i'm hoping that's not an indication of what we're going to see in the future. He's hoping that the monsoon rains arrive this summer. They were no-show last year. Meteorologists are blaming this blistering event on a heat. Dome stubborn high pressure ridge. That's blocking cooler systems. Nikolai rymer is with the national weather. Service in billings. Montana where the forecast. Hi today june fifteenth is one hundred six. We are very close to the hottest temperatures that we've ever recorded here rhymer says scientists can't pinpoint any one heat wave like this on climate change but he says the record drought and extremely low humidity. Right now is making the heat. Even worse
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Thanks So much for being here. I want to go to a couple of examples of what's happening with policing around the country and how the city of Phoenix and Valley cities and agencies can learn from the mistakes of other cities. Helen Jones grew up in Watts. Um, and last year, she demanded, um fewer police officers and more investment in communities like hers became the demand of a movement. After the police killing of George Flame, Minneapolis shook the country. I'm reading from a news story it inspired by the largest mass demonstrations for civil rights and generations and push police reform to the forefront of the nation's agenda. Now, a year after Mr Floyd's death, Los Angeles and other American cities faces surge and violent crime amid the pandemic, despair and a flood of new guns onto the street. The surge is prompting cities whose leaders embraced the values of that movement last year to reassess how far they were willing to go to reimagine public safety and divert money away from the police towards social services. That's one headline The ST Louis murder rate, already the highest in the United States sword again last year, the mayor still vows to divert $4 million from the police to social programs and cut nearly 100 100 police jobs. In New York City 30 shot over this weekend alone. The Chicago police issued a vote of no confidence for their mayor. After the after what she was saying she won't do interviews with anyone that is any press that is Caucasian. That's white. So we're seeing in the cities where this movement has taken hold that the policing in that city has regressed and the crime has increased. And there's going to be a big push back now. Here in the city of Phoenix. It has not been as severe. But what has happened here in the city of Phoenix is we have seen a nin creasing crime. Violent crime. Gun crimes are up. Isn't it interesting that the same movement That doesn't trust. The police believes that it's only the police that that should have guns. So the answer to the crime problem is to take guns away from innocents people so they can't protect themselves against the people that are out there committing gun crimes number one. The premise of that is foolish. But when you look at the way we are as a society and what's really strange about Arizona. We have the least restrictive gun laws in the country. I believe, and it's embraced by both parties. This is not a partisan issue in Arizona. There are a lot of Democrats that are elected office that have been highly rated with the N R. A And we understand in Arizona that self protection has got to be available. But the idea of reducing the police force I am along order person, just like most of you are now If you break into my house, I'm going to defend myself that I'm not saying that at trying to be a vigilante. I'm saying that I want to be prepared and I am prepared. And it's just like of a fire happens. I've used this analogy so many times. You have a fire extinguishing your house. If your house catches on fire if you start a grease fire in the kitchen if something happens You're going to use every means necessary a garden hose or a fire extinguisher to put that fire out yourself until the fire department and the professionals get there. Well, I would do the same thing with defending my home when violence comes into my house. Would call 911. If somebody was breaking into my house, and if they came into my house, I would defend myself until the professionals got there. That's the society we live in. You know, And that's the way people prepare to be safe. If you decrease the size of the police department, the base of the movement of the fund, the police says they want neighborhoods to be safe for their belief is that less police in their neighborhood makes their neighborhood safer. And every city that this is happening in when less police from the streets, those very neighborhoods are subject to more crime. And why we don't look at this evidence based mess and say, We don't want to be that in the city of Phoenix or Chandler or Scottsdale or any of the other cities. The answer would be more and better trained officers. The ability for continuing education. So you've got enough cops to be on the streets with the others in training. And I'll argue this with anyone we've had people on from black lives matter. We've had people on to talk about this and they don't trust the police. I'll give you one last example of how how deep this distrust goes. There is a community program that is run by the Phoenix Fire Department That involves scenes where the police and other things have happened and they're on those scenes. These are people that are not armed. They're there to fill in gaps and help and they have been in this program is very small, and it needs to be increased. The people of the movement that wanted to fund the police came into the meeting and argued that because the fire Department works with the police Department, they can't be trusted either At least not this program. And in this program just about everything they want with a group of people that are not law enforcement that are not armed. It's all there. It's what they're asking for. It's already in the Phoenix fire Department for the most part. And they wanted to funded because they work in conjunction with the police department. The fact that they were able to persuade the City Council in a 5 to 4 vote to vote in favor of of police oversight Committee on office for police oversight. We can't call it a border a committee because it doesn't mean state law. Nobody that works in that office. That new found office is allowed to be affiliated with the police or have an immediate family member. That is, so you're going to bring people in for a police oversight board that have no idea about policing. They know they hate the cops. They know they don't like the cops in their neighborhood. And those of the people that should be have a oversight voice. That has authorized by city officials. Even if you're someone that believes there needs to be more oversight of the police. You think that this is going to be a fair office? You think that that office is going to be there to fairly judge whether or not an officer did something right or wrong? And again? What happens? When and if the Phoenix Police Department doesn't internal investigation to their professional standards Bureau and they figure out and they say the officer acted within our police policy. And then the county attorney's office does a criminal investigation and said that the officer was well within their rights to do what they did. And this newfound office comes out. Said No. The cops did something wrong. What? What authority? Are you giving them? They have arrest powers..
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Sunny skies today with a high of 76 Tonight Clear the low 50 right now in feeding sunny skies 70 degrees weather is brought to you by Howard Air. Living in close quarters and working the front lines. First responders and Phoenix are working hard to combat covert 19 Katya Ers Alley. Ventnor continues Our live expanded coronavirus coverage with that story. As we see an uptick in covert cases across the country and here in the state. We're also seeing an uptick for the Phoenix Fire Department Captain Rob McDade tells me 193 employees of the Phoenix Fire Department have tested positive for covert 19 off the Was 169 are firefighters You see on the streets to date 143 have returned to work. We have instituted contact tracing from the very beginning. The department continues to maintain appropriate staffing levels while ensuring anyone who has been exposed is off a fire truck until they've tested negative reporting live. I'm Allie Bednar, Katya. Our news. You have to wait a little bit longer to hear that song. Katie a ours. Luke Force ner continues our live team coverage in the new center to explain why there won't begin any a shoe football tomorrow evening. Yeah. Jeff s U punter Michael Turk posted a video yesterday. Wondering of this weekend's game would even happen here. We are getting closer to the stadium where we should be playing this weekend or should have again never coming out. 100% haven't officially came out that But it turns out he was right. Multiple student athletes and coaches tested positive for covert.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"There is no news news station KTAR news now it's one o'clock I'm Bob Maclay here's our top story well unrest in Phoenix because of the weekend of violent protest in the valley Arizona governor Doug Ducey has placed the state under at eight PM to five AM curfew this week the Phoenix police chief gives a breakdown of night ones curfew enforcement in Arizona I would come up in two words we were better prepared Phoenix police chief Jeri Williams tells the Mike Broomhead show her officers were ready for what the passport nights have shown in Phoenix with violent protesters for those individuals who wanted to commit criminal acts throwing rocks and bottles at officers and damaging property so we are better prepared last night over two hundred adults were arrested in ten miners were detained for crimes involving writing book breaking curfew the governor's order gave us the tools that we needed to mitigate those scenarios and circumstances alley that KTAR news in response to the protests taking place across the valley Tempe marketplace and desert ridge marketplace will be closing at six PM they say the hours will be changed or lifted once governor Ducey's curfew expires which is expected on Saturday three major wildfires are burning near the valley including the ocotillo fire in cave creek the second wild fire there this month this one was way more and now faces that band was evacuated the Ocotea fires burned just under a thousand acres that is ten percent contained twenty structures including eight homes have been destroyed the sunset fire near sunset point shut down I. seventeen for several hours north of the valley yesterday it's charred more than four thousand acres and the thirty five hundred acres sought to fire is burning in the superstitions northeast of gold canyon a Phoenix tree trimmer has died after touching electrical wires while on the job the Phoenix fire department says the worker was working on palm trees in the.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"A our on air ninety two three FM online A. T. T. A. R. dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic now good morning Katie a RD this time is eight oh two I'm Bob Maclay a fire near nineteen seventy one interstate ten is now under control the Phoenix fire department says the blaze broke out it appears to be a lot of vacant home this morning the cause of the fire isn't known but there are no reports of any injuries some tense moments this morning near the Vista del sold apartment complex near Spence and rural road in Tempe a yes you police said they were investigating a suspicious vehicle containing unknown devices they were called to a stolen vehicle and found the objects inside if since determine the items were from an ambulance supply company and used in the medical field and there is no danger the Phoenix fire department will be wrote well represented during this morning's rock and roll marathon lieutenant rust Frederickson is retiring after thirty years this may from the department and he says he wanted to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in those thirty years you know we've lost a lot of good police officers who you know sacrificed their lives for for our communities Frederick sent along with five other officers are running in full uniform in today's marathon we're learning more about what may have led to the valleys top prosecutor not pressing charges against two valley man whose children died after being left in a hot car yesterday the Maricopa county attorney's office will to Gilbert man whose three year old daughter died after sitting in their driveway for hours last September but not reasonably be convicted similar decision was made earlier this month about a Phoenix foster dad KTA our legal analyst Michael Winship says prosecutors look at all the circumstances when deciding whether or not to try a case study the defendant is what happened with the child but there was an accident or whether it was negligent in these two cases Lindstrom says the county attorney's office determined they don't think they get a conviction German foster KTA artist now time for a check on traffic here is Mike Daniels live from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you Bob as you mention house fire right there now I think Avenue south of the I. K. that'll Adam street your best bet is to avoid the area police and fire on scene as an alternate use Grand Avenue or Roosevelt here on this fire and traffic is down to three lanes on loop one on one westbound right three state route fifty one and cave creek road to the widening project under way there this restriction in place until five AM tomorrow morning this report is sponsored by indeed dot com you're in charge of hiring let indeed customize screening.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Four year old little girl her mother is in critical condition Claudia Roop sich with our TV partners at ABC fifteen is there twenty Third Avenue in Dunlap spokespeople live in this neighborhood who say the death of a little girl it's just heartbreaking it's really devastating here especially around this time during the holidays I have a four year old of my own and it just crushes me I don't know if there's just no words you can't even imagine what the family is going through as they recover themselves in the hospital this morning the Phoenix fire department says that this fire was most likely accidental but it's still under investigation the girl's father in another ten year old daughter are in serious but stable condition six twenty five years deterred and from the rally should be dealers traffic center all right bouncing back little by little the seventeen has really been up against it right from the beginning southbound Peoria to the ten split now a forty seven minute ride all the way throughout and that's better than where we work there are still two crashes and they're both still block in a lane southbound seventeen south of make the all right lane blocked southbound seventeen years seven straight the left lane block you know you could get with the I. ten eastbound across the river I think you'd save a few minutes that way too twenty seventh Avenue in Macau collision forty Third Avenue north of northern Iraq Broadway west of freeze to crash there and they're still wreck out there on the west end of the I. ten southbound one oh one transition ramp to the east but I tend wreck off to the right right near the end of the ramp the traffic report is brought to you by sun west credit union break the cycle this winter get a seven point nine percent APR personal loan from sun west federal credit union apply online at my son was dot com or visit your nearest sun west branch always see restrictions apply federally insured by NCUA featured in case here is we sell these guys are high sixty two today sixty four tomorrow with more sunshine.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Out of control in a basket during a helicopter rescue in June Georgian Kathi metro are planning to sue the city of Phoenix for two million after she suffered bruising from broken blood vessels in her face and neck metro claims the Phoenix fire department was negligent careless and did not safely carry her down from pie esta what peak in an interview following the incident George tells KTAR it was a dramatic rescue for him and his wife you realize that she was starting the blackout he started taking some deep breaths and she said that they would do Phoenix fire crews claim they tried different techniques to try and stop the basket from spending my Lalli on KTAR news let's get a check of the traffic it is officially thanksgiving prep time tonight it deter dance in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center part here is the latest in traffic we wiped out all of our freeway crashes they are gone and it looks like the right time to the freeways have diminished almost nothing I mean the I. ten eastbound has about five extra minutes on it from the seventeen split the Santana however there are some additional lights will it go to waste down towards rigs road but they're starting to clear out things are getting better there as they are on the west but I did you're still getting slow and go fifty one west out to about dieser road but west of there it looks like it's just little taps of the brake lights now and also beginning to thin out so both freeways there get better and several other freeways Marty just plain old cast out we do have a crash remaining over at forty eight street in southern and Peoria at twenty eight Dr all I ask from all of you is to please get that seat belt buckle no matter where you're headed this traffic report brought to you by accountants need help with a year and project accountants provide highly skilled temporary professionals when you need him account jobs a Robert half company featured engage.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Pile days so that's something we're going to be talking about pen zone is coming up next here speculate with a news flash G. A. R. news flash to fifteen I'm Becky Lynn with three things you need to know all right now if you're headed north leave now because of the expected heavy snow fall a dot is expecting I seventeen for forty miles south of flagstaff to be closed starting late tomorrow the same for I forty four hundred eighty five miles between when slow on the east and US ninety three on the west can be some treacherous driving once that snow begins the woman is but spun out of control in a basket for several minutes while being rescued from highest what Pete has filed a notice of claim against the city of Phoenix Georgian Katie metro accuse the Phoenix fire department of negligence and failing to safely get her off of the trail suspended Maricopa county assessor Paul Peterson wants ten more months to prepare his defense of adoption fraud charges against him his lawyer tells a federal judge in Arkansas he has one hundred thousand sets of documents to review while preparing for two other trials here in Arizona and in Utah in about a year you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station K. T. A. R. news three I want to get on the show all the big news makers come on we do like a monthly exclusive interview yesterday was America county sheriff appall pens on we started the interview like this that is funny all right as promised Maricopa county sheriff Paul pens own joins us in.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Station will be opened from eleven till five mainly. They have air conditioning where something come off and cool off, and get out of the heat, especially the homeless who might be there could be seniors who are using their conditioning during the day. Now, if you need it, they also have sunscreen chapstick, hat, also some sunglasses. Also, we'll be going mobile with a hydration unit across the areas of Phoenix known to have a high homeless population, and they'll be at dealing water to hikers passed. Awa- peak also later today. Live. I've at forty third avenue, just south of Indian school in Phoenix. Jim cross KTAR news structure fires brushfires and scrap yard fires. What the Phoenix fire department has been dealing with in the last few days. Generally ceasefires every year every summer. It comes around when the he picks up Phoenix. Fire captain Danie guile admits the fires are heat related, but says they can definitely be avoided as a homeowner. It's just general service issues. We had a nice may you didn't have to use your as much. Maybe now, your turn it on and running it longer so making sure that this service any other quit. You have around your house that all of a sudden, it's hot pool pumps and things like that. That now we're starting as for the larger business buildings and other scrap yard fires maintenance makes a difference making sure you have areas that fire trucks can get in and out of making sure you're against storing things where they're supposed to be stored. And, you know, if you do own larger businesses and larger lots just making sure those are well-maintained vetnar, KTAR KTAR, is on the economy, valley group is using social media to try to convince high tech companies to move from California. To Phoenix for the past six weeks. Greater Phoenix economic council has used the hashtag see a struggles to let Californians band about the high cost of living there. Now, there are twenty four cars in the bay area of wrapped with an at encouraging them to move to Phoenix. The primer on this is to really drive people to a specific site. That is giving messaging about the operating environment, the liveability attributes the bay area and greater Phoenix, g PEX, Chris Camacho says they have a website setup called get out dot IO, which promotes Phoenix's, affordability infrastructure enrolled class talent. Soon billboards flood the Silicon Valley as part of the twelve week campaign. You can head to KTAR dot com for more details..
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KOMO
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Helicopter rescue goes out of control as basket with hiker inside spins wildly
"Have seen the video now that is gone everywhere. It started with an elderly lady who was injured while hiking on PS two a peak. Yeah. You've seen it while you're part of the ten million people who've now viewed it, we've tweeted it out for you at bruceandpamela as well. Let's paint the picture, you have a seventy four year old woman who is hiking PS, two appeak, she trips? She falls it happen. It does happen. And she becomes a little bit disoriented and Kent maker way back down. Okay. So what happens then? Well, you now have a rescue that's going to take place. We've seen these. Yeah. Absolutely fire department shows up with a helicopter the lower down this red stretcher. She gets strapped into it, and that red basket stretcher starts to get lifted up into the helicopter seconds later. It starts to spin slowly and then to needs out in the propwash and then holy cow. Looked like a run mill gun out of control. This basket. Just starts to spin spin. It's been it's been and there's a rope that's supposed to be attached to it that stops that spinning will it broke. Yeah. It's like a dragline. They, they hold the rope broke, because normally they do not spin out of control, like. No, you've got the fire department. The Phoenix fire department says that they've successfully completed two hundred and ten of these helicopter hoist rescue missions in the last six years, and only to have gone like this. Yeah. I think that maybe one of the unintended benefits of this is that this. Might discourage people from calling in meeting rescue, because. You're loving this fun is funny. It is funny. It is. Yeah. The idea that okay? All right. You want it to come get you. Yeah. No problem. No problem. Hold on. Wasn't a threat. Hold on. I know what's going through your mind right now because you, you like to go hiking on the hottest day of the year. All right around here. Peak till you all the time, make sure you take enough water and. Make sure like you're safe. Don't go over to the hottest times of the crossing your lies you cross enroll dries at me, I went out, and if it's under because Bruce. I don't want you to be the lead story on KTAR. Why don't you tell me it's not going to happen? Why I would never I would crawl down on my hands in east. Are you kidding me? I am not calling for help. I'm not going to be that person. I cannot imagine that the series of events. No. Okay. But I feel I feel for this woman. I mean she fell seventy four years old, because their face and her head this oriented, right? Can't make it back obviously was in a place because they have a basket. They have like a cart. Have you seen like big wheels on it to stretcher? But with big wheels, it can take up and down a path. So she obviously was in a place. They couldn't get the cart down because a helicopter is there's an element of risk that goes with that expense of she was in a dangerous area. If you need help you need get it right, yet you have to so Phoenix. Fire come to you have to come out the helicopter and you're sitting there, like, really, really okay? I trip I fell I can't get down. Now I've got this helicopter. Oh man. I don't want this helicopter. But I need it. Okay, fine. Okay plumbing in the basket. Okay. Fine. In the basket. And, and then like all hell breaks loose literally, and you have a news chopper on standby videotaping it. So this is good news is face wasn't on it, right. Like this isn't just one of these, like, oh, I got to tell my family about this. No, the video of you, getting spun the really bad Corval ride has now been viewed by ten million people, and it's like front-page news everywhere. Yeah. Shouldn't have filled helicopters and how we how we aren't playing you spin me round by dead or alive right now is just beyond. No,
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KOMO
"Still can't control it the suit starts spinning at terrifying speed up there this morning. The Phoenix fire department saying that in the more than two hundred times they've used this hoist spinning has happened only twice as the basket comes up and it nears helicopter, the basket will start to interact with the rotor wash of the helicopter. And that's when it tends to, to spin wants to win meal, the pilots saying he tried to correct the spin once we got the fourth flight, spin got quite a bit less to the point where there safely able to bring the patient of today, or officials say, they're always trying to improve the program and immediately rushed the woman to a local trauma center for evaluation and we know that the woman had originally hurt her face and head when she fell during that hike. But officials insist that been did not cause any additional damage just dizziness boy that poor woman saw the video of this, and it just made me nauseous. Watching it. ABC's GIO Benitez with the story. Oakland has become the second American city to decriminalize magic mushrooms, after a string of speakers testified that psychedelics helped him overcome depression drug addiction and post traumatic stress disorder. The Oakland city council voted unanimously to decriminalize the adult use, and possession of so called psychoactive plants and fungi. Denver voters and may approved a similar measure for people twenty one and older the about the investigation and arrest of adults who grow possessor use of distribute, those plants. One of the lowest priorities for police in Oakland. Komo news time six fifty to get to our propel insurance money update, Microsoft and oracle leveraged in agreement to make their to cloud computing services work together with high speed links between their data centers targeting big business users, and uniting against cloud computing, leader Amazon, web services that move comes as both oracle and Microsoft are courting, large businesses and.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on WTVN
"Newsradio six WTVN. We know it's all tied up in the NBA finals one game of peace between the raptors and the warriors game three tonight. Oakland and Kevin Durant is still missing, according to coach Steve Kerr list as Klay Thompson as questionable. So a lot of intrigue in that course, Matt McCoy standby more sports coming up here in just about fifteen minutes, don't know if you've seen this video, we have it up on our page at six ten WTVN dot com. The story is the Phoenix fire department had to rescue an injured hiker from a peak yesterday morning. The hiker seventy four year old woman flown off the mountain by rescue crews. And the dramatic rescue was captured on video now in your mind's eye. You know how this works, right? They find L A copter. They have what is basically a stretcher on the end of the line. They lower it down the person gets on. And then they hoisted up. And usually they hoisted up and, and fly away, or they hoisted up and they pull the person into the helicopter. And then they fly away, well this one as they were bringing the cable up, apparently they didn't wind the cable, right. Because it starts to spin slowly, and as the basket gets closer to the helicopter it spins quicker and quicker and quicker and quicker to the point where you're like, oh, my gosh. If I was on that I'd be erlin big time. Well, they say that the seventy four year old female hiker suffered, no ill effects, little, dizziness, little, nausea. But I, I can't imagine being in that basket. I mean you think being injured hiking would be bad. But I think the rest, you actually might have been worse, if you haven't seen it check out the video now, six WTVN dot com. Where.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Khalid. I wish I could tell you those answers. But man, we've got a real depraved world, which is due. Absolutely. Absolutely. And then the burning of the Notre Dame cathedral. That would arson arson trove. Yeah, I'm convinced. I mean, I mean, I mean if you could bring an arts and investigator from the Phoenix fire department and the Las Vegas fire department, and they can see the video for them. So I'm pretty sure they can tell you the same thing. It was. Yeah, I'm convinced of it. Okay. And and the thing is, Steve what's disturbing. Is. You have sharing saying array that the church got on fire. What? No. About. What? Well, you know, what it is man. It's and you see this not only in the Muslim faith. You see it in many faiths, even in the Christian faith in areas, where when you don't agree in some capacity with someone's belief ideology, or whatever the real fringe nut jobs, do go down this road. And it's sad. Because then what does it really deteriorates and really puts a stain on those that don't operate our act in this capacity. Absolutely, stephen. And we have to remember to go back to the news eland shooter. Yeah. He wanted to start a global war flash religious boy. Now, what's coming up in a few weeks only? Very true. Do you think someone is not going to retaliate against them anywhere around the world by doing something? And you walk by words, I'm saying that on your show tonight. Something is going to happen. I'm worried about it. You know, you bring up a good point because. Yeah, we go. We have to rewind batch in New Zealand because that was the whole purpose. And yes, sometimes people that don't have any sense or sinister in their heart will fall down that rabbit hole and do that very thing. Absolutely. And and the thing is is that not what we're about. We're not talked. I mean, I mean care hasn't said anything about the church bombing. Any leadership that I can think of maybe tomorrow, they might say something, I don't know. But it's like you guys don't care if Christians get blown up, but when something happens to us. Expect the world to save something there. Yeah. There. Will you know, there's hate and evil and sinister thinking Khalid in every faith in and that's just a Previti.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Valley, watch radio. I'm your host today. Rob mcdade? I'm a captain with the Phoenix fire department. Currently the public information officer and today, we've got out of skydiver firefighter with Phoenix fire department. Thanks for joining us, Adam. How are you? I'm good. Thanks for having me. Hey, let's get started on a little bit background of yourself. How long have you been with the fire department? And basically what brought you to this profession something that you know, we all joy love coming to work every third day. How long have you been on? And what brought you to this Phoenix fire department? I'm coming up on nineteen years here in may so little just nineteen years. What to it? I'm third generation firefighter, my family. So I kind of grew up around the fire department always kind of. Group going to the fire station and around that. And at some point I thought that might be kind of a cool thing to do. So started moving toward that direction. Here. I am nineteen years later. So that's that's probably one of my favorite parts of the job is such a family atmosphere. I work with a lot of firefighters that have they are second and third generation firefighters in stuff to explain to somebody. That's never done the job before that. It's unique. We do a lot of really cool different things. But we also live together for twenty four hours. And that's something you need to have that personality to be able to do that. I would imagine growing up yourself seeing that visiting the fire station with family there and seeing how that all works sort of. You're there, you know, for sure you want it, or this isn't something you're going to do because not every daughter or sort of a firefighter becomes a firefighter, but it seems to be the trend. Yeah. I mean, you could really. You people think they are? They see firefighters on TV or movies, or or maybe no firefighter, but growing up going to the fire station, you really see all aspects of the job. And so you get a good cross section that. So and there's a lot of Ryan. So obviously everybody sees striving down the road in the red fire truck says it on our title firefighters put out fires. But we also deliver EMS service technical rescue team rescues. We have has MAC opponents. But we also assist the Fima team and deployment the Arizona task force. One has a long history of of representing the state well out of large scale on a federal scale for hurricanes of any sort of a. Mass either. Mass casualty incident or active nature nine eleven is. What I remember when I first got on. I remember deploying there and sending team there. And with that there's so many different components on the Fima team. You've been deployed yourself. I have been on three different deployments. And when we when we do get deployed we serve a lot of different roles. Don't we we have the technical rescue teams. We've got the has teams we've got a medical component. But there's also a component that maybe people aren't familiar with. That's where you come in talk to us a little bit about your role on the deployment when you go with the Fima team. And that you got a special partner that goes with you when you get deployed I do. So I am a canine search specialist with the Arizona tests worth one. So I'm made up. I'm part of the search component of the team. And I have a search and rescue dog that I've trained and he goes with me on deployment. So when we go into. Point we take four dogs. And there are the dogs are trained to find live people. And so we utilize them in in situations where that arises where we could use them our main trainings for building collapse in earthquake type situations, but we could use them in all types of situations. If we need them we've got just another tool that we have for our team. I've been fortunate enough to meet these dogs up close and personal when you look at him. I just looked like these friendly labs a lot of them seem to be predominant labrador retrievers. I know there are different breeds that you have on the team. But they're not just your run of the Bill dog these dogs have been trained while you take it from here. How long I mean, they get trained early and they have a wash out for the program to right? So these are elite dogs these dogs have to pass I mean rigorous testing process. Correct. Tickets through the steps of how we get these dogs in the training that goes into them. There's a couple of different ways we get the dogs. So some of the dogs we got as puppies. My dogs that I've trained got seven-week-old puppies, the training starts immediately, and it just progresses over time. Probably working about Radha thousand hours year in training goes into the dog the first couple of years, and it takes about a year and a half to two years to get the dog to the minimum level. We need them to be at to be a part of the team. And there's a testing process they have to pass the test or she'd be the pass this test to be able to deploy. So that's one way we get him. The other way, we get them is get him as young adults in recently. We'd be getting dogs from a place in Pennsylvania actually called Penn vet and they trained working dogs for a variety of situations. For police canine work for search work even for medical field. I was talking with them about a week and a half ago and their training dogs to detect cancer. So they they do a lot of work in training up these service dogs and Swe beginning dogs from them. They put in countless hours we get the dog anywhere from year to year two half from them. What's the dog's a year and half old? And we continue the training on kind of polishing up the rest of it in moving onto the testing process. So when you get that dog, and it becomes your dog. Not only is this mean this working dog that's going to serve such a critical role on a deployment. But the mean, they have to become a part of your family, don't they you can't just disassociate yourself. I know that you have to I've been around the dogs. And I'm amazed at how well behaved they are. They're training. They know into sit stay they they have to integrate with a team that deploys across the road. They have to be in cramped. Quarters have to be on the trucks. But at the same time. Yes, they're working dogs. And yes, they serve a purpose. But they also need that affection and that fun time of that playtime talked a little bit about how you integrate a dog like that. I know you have a family you've got children how you integrate that dog, and you try to draw that line of. Hey, okay. This is your downtime, but you're still working dog. Walk us through that you go home the morning from the station, and you got the dog with you. And then what does that dogs normal day? Then on a let's say a day off if you would call it that sure. So our little unique some working dogs. We never wanna pet a working dog, and they're working things like that are really unique in we like interaction with people. And and we like people to pet her dogs are dogs job is to find people. And so it's okay for for our dogs to interact with them. Our dogs are really like just your your pets. Just more rules to follow. So, yeah, they the my dog goes to the fire station with me, he goes home with me. He he's with me all the time at home. He's got his bed there in the corner of the living room, and he got his basket full of toys and the kids play with them and throw the toys four of and he likes to treat now and again, and so we everyday life is kinda same. But without there's trading involves. So we made. I have to go to training we go to training at least once a week as a group. I have training equipment at the fire station that I train with me trying to get home. I have some training at home. We may go to the park and trading. So there are some other things that go on. But for the most part most of the day is just a normal dog. He's a seven living the good life with his family hanging out having a good old time. So if they know presses me the most about these animals and for so many that's listening this morning and has never seen these dogs in action. We have our old training academy where we've replicated I mean a disaster zone. Got concrete Jaggi, coal creek. Piles of of blown out cars, and it's so now it is a controlled area. But at the same time, we expect a lot of these animals because like you said if they're gonna find a human they're finding a human in the worst possible conditions building collapse. Apartment. You know? Maybe there was a gas explosion. Maybe an act of terror. Maybe it was a storm. So talked a little bit about the uniqueness of your dogs, and sort of their dexterity what is their their place of work. It's of what so. Yeah. So what what we trained for? We trade for mainly building collapses earthquakes, but other things too. What do you think of a building collapse? Where is firefighters? Where would we start digging for people that are that are need help or alive or? The dog can really narrow down the area. So we have a couple piles that are special operations facility. There. What of around thirteen thousand square feet, the other ones around eight thousand square feet the dog in clear apply. Like that in, you know, ten to fifteen minutes in, you know, run across a pile until you where people are located or if there's nobody there. It's really great tool to allow you to either say, yes, we can commit our resources here or we can move our resources elsewhere to another area. But you're right. There's a lot of different. It's a different environment. Right. Big pieces of rebel, small pieces of rebel metal cars and the dogs work. Really? Well, they're really agile. You've mentioned labradors on our Arizona, all labradors. They're just work really well for us, but across the country, there are different breeds. But dogs work, really? Well, they're really agile across the pile. They can move very quickly. And so it's second nature to them. It's not we don't just get him as a puppy and put them up on the pile. We work our way into that. But they learn very quickly. How to negotiate those sorts of obstacles in really move across the pile of fairly. Well, and so the the the humans that they're looking for. They don't have to be awake. Clapping for the dog calling for the dog is it because most likely this person might be incapacitated. So are we going on the human scent is that the main drive of that dog to find somebody? Yes. So the dogs we have for the task force. They are trained to find live people. And you know, you think of like a tracking dog like a bloodhound or something like that where you people sometimes say, well, how do you? How do you have a shirt or something that they they're sent on them or something? We don't have that luxury. We don't have a building collapses. We don't know who's in there who's alive. We don't have a center of ical. So our dogs air scent. So they look around. They can see somebody that can smell that person. But they smell somebody else. I can't see that person..
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Here's our top story as you just heard on ABC. The house oversight committee is listening to testimony from President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen and Arizona Republican congressman Paul gosar ripped in Tacoma during this morning's eerie, he called Cohen a pathological liar. Who's just trying to get his future prison sentence reduced by making accusations against the president? Is it not yet? There is a possibility answers, you know. It's not so yes, it is. Okay. It is not an so testimony. Here could actually help you out and getting your sentence lesson. Isn't that true? Gosar among President Trump's most loyal supporters happening. Now, a pedestrian is an extremely critical condition after I got a pedestrian accident involving a light rail train in one thousand nine hundred avenue in Montebello. That's between Camelback inn, Bethany home roads. Phoenix fire department is on the scene today. The house is voting on the most. Significant gun control Bill in years, we hear from congressman who's voting. No. The legislation would require universal background checks for gun sales mandating background checks to cover sales at gun shows and over the internet Republican congressman Andy Biggs says he's voting no basically to creating registry. So that they can then go in and take away guns. But I mean, but what they're really trying to do is the Bill itself is unworkable because in order to have a you have to have a registry. So that's what they're really gonna enforce the current law. Only mandates federally licensed firearm dealers to conduct background checks before making a gun sale. Ali vetnar, KTAR news. Well, the month of March means spring break spring training and NASCAR in the valley. And for Phoenix sky harbor. It means there will be massive amounts of travelers who want to get in and out of the airport. Greg Royal ball is with sky harbor a ticket Cardi five hundred NASCAR weekend is March tenth and that that particular weekend in the day before the day after those are probably going to be our busiest days of this busy month. He says if you're heading out of town you should arrive. Two hours prior to your flight double check your carry on bags and it needed take this guy trade on forty fourth street to get to the airport on time. Check on traffic..
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Watch a show brought to you by Bonneville broadcasting. My name is rob mcdade. I'm a captain with the Phoenix fire department. And I'm currently the public information officer we like to showcase stuff going on in the valley with Phoenix fire department and other philanthropy or anything that we think is something really great that we'd like to bring year attention. I'm excited today. We got restaurant here today known him for a while. He's an engineer with the city of Phoenix fire department, but he also holds another title. He is in charge of the emerald society, which is one of our what we like to call a Finnity groups, and they do basically their Swiss army knife and the community they helped recruit potential, firefighter recruits. They donate their time. They just basically make it a better value to live in so Russ, welcome. Hey, thanks, rob. Appreciate you having me. So before we get started. So was driving their car listening. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Did you grow up in the valley? Why did? You want to become a firefighter, and how long have you been with Phoenix? So for the most part grew up in a valley since middle school. And then the reason why I wanna be a firefighter so I had a lot of friends in high school their their dads coach us on football. So we got the visit the station on the weekends. And it was a a great opportunity to see that department. The culture the traditions. They get involved with and it closely actually resembles just being an athlete, and that's a lot of why wanted to get into it. So fortunately, I've been on the department for little over you haven't eleven years, and I get the fun job. I get the drive the fire truck, which is you know, any kids dream, so I absolutely love my job. And it's it's amazing. Now rests works at one of the busiest stations in the city and in the country. He works station eighteen they've actually got two full time fire trucks there an ambulance and medical response vehicle to help with the call volume they like to call it the light show because it a fire station the lights come on. That means you have a call it. So sometimes it's the light show because it's almost like Christmas tree lights at our blanking. That seems like it's always going on. And what's the name of your truck? They have a unique name. So I am on engine nine eighteen and that trucks been dubbed the crazy train right for many reasons. One of them. Of course, you'd have to be crazy to want to read so many calls, but believe it or not I've been to that fire station and the unique and really cool part about that fire station is the folks that are there want to be there. They wanna work at that busy station. They wanna make a difference the camaraderie stations like that where they're busy is very important. They all they all they're all the same page. They do stuff together on their days off. So. When you see eighteen or nineteen rolling down the road. You know, you're in good hands for them. So let's talk a little bit about that the camaraderie about the fire department. It's not just a it's not a job. It's not a job where you clock in. And you leave we like to look at a firefighters a career, and we always like to give back to our community were so thoughtful, we're so welcoming, and we're so appreciative of the fact that the city of Phoenix supports our fire department. We know it's talk tax dollar money. We try to get everything we can out of that tax money for the taxpayer delivering that great customer service that fire EMS service. So what has happened is is that we have a lot of the people that work in the Phoenix fire department have spurned off these affinity groups that basically they help promote our department they helped recruit firefighters, and then they help basically do good in the community. So the emerald society is one of those programs Russ speak to us a little bit about what the emerald society. Maybe it's origins right mean? That mean emerald society where you have to be Irish. So let's talk a little bit about that. That is definitely a question. We get all the time. Do you have to be Irish to join it absolutely not were fully inclusive? Everybody's welcome any gender any ethnic ethnicity. We welcome to all. And where we got started was nineteen eighty-seven news. A group of Phoenix firefighters they were Irish based getting together. And and around a couple pints and tell some stories and said, hey, why don't we just start raising money for the community. It has grown so successful, and such an amazing organization that I'm proud to be part of this currently the vice president on the executive board. And then I've been running a mentorship program for probably nine years now. So that emerald society, we were over two hundred members strong, and it's not just in the city of Phoenix but valley wide, so we have members from P oria, Glendale, Tempe, Scottsdale and surprise, we're really grown out to the whole valley. And it's really amazing. So the biggest thing we do is really give that money back to the community. So everybody that's involved in all the events and fundraisers, we do it's one hundred percent volunteer. So that means pretty much every dollar goes back into the community other than we we've bought some tables and chairs just for operational costs. But everything else goes back into the community such as the Irish cultural center, we'd like to donate money to them. Keep the building in the grounds up. It's a great staple of the Irish community that they get a lot of information genealogy and and whatnot. We also like to to help out with Arizona, Colleen and rose Patchett again keeping into the Irish roots giving back to the Irish community, but there are several other. Events that we'd like to get involved with there's on burn foundation for one they do their yearly tree delivery or auction..
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The latest on the investigation into hacienda healthcare. Phoenix police sergeant Tommy Thompson says when it came to getting the DNA of a suspect they had two options asking people for their consent or getting an order from the court. And my understanding is that he gave it after he realized that he was going to be compelled to get it. That's when he gave his Thompson tells KTAR MAC and Gaydos, they served search warrants to obtain records that identified employees and anyone who could have been on site when the alleged sexual abuse occurred and incapacitated woman who's a patient at the facility gave birth last month, the arrest of the women's nurse. Nathan Sutherland stunned one of his former co workers at hacienda. Allen rigors worked closely with several lend to help care for the woman. And she tells her TV partner ABC fifteen up the other patients in the same wing. Trust has taken a giant hit. How do you get trust back when when everything is so tipsy turvy and violated right now. And she questions how a full term pregnancy could have been missed by. Medical staff at hacienda. Big news from the White House. That's morning. The state of the union is in a state of delay were to the president agreed with the speaker of the house, not on reopening the government, but about his state of the union address tweeting held you the address when the shutdown is over because quote, there is no venue that can compete with the history tradition and importance of the house chamber shocking. Concession by the president after he tried to call Pelosi's bluff yesterday following a week long standoff, sending a letter saying that he still planned to deliver the address next Tuesday Pelosi, then responded with her own letter officially cancelling it, adding I look forward to welcoming you to the house when government has been opened. Serena Marshall, ABC news Washington. If you're a federal workers struggling to pay your bills during the government, shutdown Wells Fargo in Arizona's going to try to help you out. It's working with customers who are affected to figure out temporary or long term solution during the shutdown. Wells Fargo is automatically reversing monthly service and overdraft non sufficient funds fees Wells Fargo suppressing late fees on. Consumer credit account. That's tessa. Bama with Wells Fargo spent a Spike Lee and social security scams. Arizona attorney general Mark Burnett says scammers are claiming to work for the social security administration. But the only way to access your personal info we've seen several versions of the scam and one the caller will claim that your social security number is linked to a crime. And they need more information from you. Part of it says the social security administration does not suspend or block your numbers and never will. The Phoenix fire department is doing its part to bring awareness to the high rate of cancer. Among firefighters firefighters are four times as more likely to get cancer. Seventy percent of line of duty deaths in two thousand seventeen were attributed to cancer fire. Captain, Larry suburbia says the presumptive cancer order signed into law by President Trump now honors any firefighter cancer death, as in the line of duty with the impacts of toxins that come along with smoke, inhalation, and other hazards, Phoenix fire has been changing their culture when it comes to this including mandating their firefighters have two sets of turnouts. So they can have a backup ready. So the tainted turnouts can be cleaned. It's actually the number one action item. We have right now for the city of Phoenix is to look at ways of reducing cancer for our members yesterday. Phoenix fire department lead to rest eleven year veteran forty-five-year-old Rick. Tell us who died from throat cancer Ali vetnar, KTAR news KTAR news time, eight oh, seven.
"phoenix fire department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Involving Peoria police ABC fifteen says officer shot and wounded in armed robbery suspect at an auto zone near ninety first avenue in northern last night. No officers are hurt saw river police officer Clayton Townsend will be laid to rest this morning. The funeral starts at ten at Christ Church of the valley at sixty seventh avenue in Happy Valley. Well, if you've thought about becoming a firefighter, now's your chance, the Phoenix fire department is recruiting you can get more information on feeding expires social media pages. You're never more than fifteen minutes away. From today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. All right. It is eight forty five and coming up at nine o'clock. It's Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. But I get the feeling it is not Bruce Saint James, no. In here with you. Okay. This week. So I've got a variety of folks helped me hold down the fort gonna talk about medical marijuana and the amount of medical marijuana. People are out there. To tell you like, and we here in Arizona. We smoke at tunnel. We know we smoke sixty one. I'd say smoke sixty one. Tonnes of weed is consumed next year here, sixty one tonnes sixty one tonnes. Now, that's not just smoking. That is pedals. That's edibles is a huge increase year over year. There's something called resin I which is going through the supreme court. I can't tell you all CBD saves and creams and things like that. I think so I think so. The farmers market. I know this is what what is being consumed and purchased at dispensaries. So when you hear sixty one times that seems like a lot. Yeah. Seems like sixty one tonnes. To put it into perspective, though. 'cause I think that that is important we are consuming quite a bit in two thousand seventeen. Yeah. We got about forty three tonnes. Okay. So we jumped considerably year over year. And I think with this is just kinda get not Jim is when you've got California's legalized recreational marijuana when you've had Nevada recreational wreck. Okay. You got it can recreation. I talk for a living a Colorado, you've got Canada who is done it. Mexico who is considering doing it just seems inevitable that here in Arizona. We've tried time and time again on the ballot initiative. It hasn't passed we know that there are other measures in place right now trying to legalize it. I think it's just a matter of time. Yeah. I honestly, I I think you're right. I really do. And you know, maybe it might actually reduce crime and some other things. Out there. It's hard to tell how much. Marijuana Arizona's consume about four or five years ago. The state legislator was trying to put a number on it. Right. And they had it at. Oh, goodness. It was like eighty tonnes. So we're close, right? We're close there with the medical marijuana. Yeah. Reality. Like, if if you want to get it you can because the vast majority of people who get the medical marijuana card for chronic pain stub my toe, right exactly the hangnail. That's coming up.
West Side Cleveland Public Power customers currently experiencing massive outage
"A big power outage in the west valley unfortunately our substation out there was struck by lightning last night our crews are working just as quickly as they can to. Create a temporary fix so that we can make sure that those. Customers have, power that Suzanne Trevino. With APS three thousand customers are without power some twenty seven. Hundred APS customers are in the Australian mountain area APS says. A, fix is
Eleven children found at squalid New Mexico compound, two arrested
"Campaign events today around the valley KTAR's Mark Carlson. Is live now and tells his house minority leaders here because here is known. As a battleground state for control of the house Becky Lynn control of the. House could come right through Arizona Pelosi says Arizona house races could be very close and that's. One reason she's in Arizona urging Democrats to get out, the vote it was six months. Ago Pelosi called. The GOP and Trump back tax cuts Armageddon But House Democratic leader says she stands by that statement despite. A robust economy but the biggest indicator for us is the size of the. Paycheck We are the people. Lower healthcare costs bigger paychecks cleaner government and that Bill is not about any of that Democrats say, that to make up. For the tax cuts Republicans plan cuts to, programs, that, are vital to working people like social security and Medicare reporting, live Mark Carlson. KTAR news why would anybody want California politics in Arizona Arizona Republican party's response to house minority leader Pelosi's visit to Arizona today Arizona GOP chair Jonathan line says her visit. Is just a pushed attorney Zona bloop she along. With star, and other leftist liberal elites are pushing to, create another California in our Arezzo Anna and we're simply not going. To stand for that he says the Arizona Republicans are even using the hashtag. Don't California my Arizona in response to Pelosi's event today in Phoenix Citing, a credible threat, officials at Florida Atlantic university had canceled today's scheduled graduation ceremony as students got ready to cross the stage. And received their diplomas the announcement was made that they had to evacuate one of the graduates moot, Tina Johnston says she'd. Been looking forward to this day for a, long, time, it was disappointing it was a shock because this is the, day that we're. Excited for the investigation is continuing and officials say they will will reschedule the ceremonies a tragic discovery at the compound in northern New Mexico where eleven malnourished children living in. Filthy conditions were rescued and an emotional news conference. Today tells, county sheriff Jerry Griff announcing that they are, now trying to identify the remains of child found on the property Eleven nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine we did find the remains of a young boy one of the men arrested. When the, children were rescued on Friday was wanted on a child abduction warrant. In Georgia a boy had been reported missing the interest in police body cams in Arizona has perked up again thanks to, a state legislator caught on one bragging. About speeding or what's. The Phoenix police department doing about the department has three hundred body cams for twenty nine, hundred forty five officers sergeant Vince Lewis says it's not that the department doesn't. Want them to understand and recognize the importance of having body cameras both transparency. And to assist. Within our investigations Lewis says the Phoenix PD's just taking its time or the process of a request for purchase with different vendors to identify the, product to go citywide with that's happening on the city side last January the department put bodycam purchases on hold over concerns about outdated technology Kathy Klein KTAR news, a fourteen year old boy has died after being pulled out of a Phoenix pool by maintenance workers Near twenty three rd avenue. And, Campbell is unknown how long he was in the pool priority being pulled out by maintenance and we were told that the family noticed he was not in the house and they were looking for that's when, he was founded the pool area captain Kenny Overton with the Phoenix fire department says the teen may, have had some mental disabilities and had been. Warned repeatedly by the family to stay away from the pool area and the eleven year old girl found unresponsive in Tempe pool last week died today on this first Tempe fire responded to. A call, at a home near McClintock and baseline where California family was renting. The home when firefighters got to the scene the girl was unresponsive she remained in critical condition until today when she died It is coming up now on 507 time. To get another look at traffic with detour Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center hey good news on the east side that wreck on the one on one Pima freeway. Southbound near entry all moved off to the right we're good. To go with that now all lanes. Reopened there southbound one zero one hour free your wreck is also off right south of Thomas approaching McDowell westbound. Tenant twenty seventh avenue you're off, and on the southbound. One price freeway approaching Elliott there's a wreck off right One westbound approaching sixty seventh, avenue another one off right we've also got a. Thirty seven minute ride westbound I ten fifty one west to eighty three rd avenue twenty. One minutes on the northbound seventeen from nineteen. Th, avenue to Peoria twenty two minutes up northbound fifty one I ten mini stack north develop an eighteen minutes on the westbound one one..
Man convicted in shooting case now faces charges in killings
"The valley freeway as a partially disrobed jumps on a car and wields a knife before he's captured this whole thing unfolded at the busy seventh avenue and interstate seventeen in south phoenix in the late morning hours phoenix please tell us the man is armed with a big knife he's partially disrobed in his jumping up and down on a car sergeant tommy thompson says officers fired non lethal weapons at him they struck him a couple of times he jumped off the car didn't have the total effect other than got him to get off the car he went over to the edge of the freeway and jumped the man lands on the street below please take him to a local hospital to be checked out no injuries to the public or police mark carlson ktar news a man who was convicted of two thousand sixteen incident in which he fired shots at glendale police officer is now charged with killing three people in western arizona the associated press says it's obtained court records indicating that lynch was indicted by a grand jury in thousand seventeen for the triple killing the bodies of seventy eight year old leicester lindsey his seventy five year old wife ella an eighty one year old alice boyd were all found in the pause county just days after lynch with charged with shooting at the officer all of the victims were from washington state ktar is on immigration getting undocumented immigrant kids back with their families arizona representative rogue rehovot says that's why he's going to the south west in tucson today care and attention these children receive able to talk about what that unification process on house southwest ki ay nonprofit is housing these children throughout the southwest gra halbe says there's more than four hundred of these children in the shelters now the phoenix fire department says it's been lucky with heat related incidents this year captain larry suburban says the department is not separate heat related calls from other incidents even so uptick in or call ball you overall we'll be getting from what the rules are reporting he says that may change soon we've been pretty fortunate typically takes a couple of days before we start seeing if that trend is really taken off suburban says most crew reports right now involves a homeless kathy klein ktar news let's get a check on traffic here's bradley jay in the valley chevy dealers traffic center well actually we're down to a.