10 Burst results for "Phoenix harbor"

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The driest monsoons on record for most of the state in flagstaff staff saw the price monsoon since since eighteen ninety nine KDKA our sim crosses live in the newscenter about just over two inches of rain of kind of like staff since mid June more than six inches below normal for the months in Prescott show show a grand canyon all well below average air in Phoenix harbor only picked up point point six six inches of rainfall for the entire season that's enough to put monsoon twenty twenty nineteen in fifth place for the driest monsoon on record no Chandler had only about a third of an inch the worsens her summer summer is around the valley had more than three inches of rain patchy junction and the book I found hills just to live an insurgent cross KTAR news zone is on track to break into record in heat associated deaths in this year is not yet over one hundred eighty two were reported last year six Saint Vincent DePaul had to extend its operating hours to meet the band since this year spoke sports a person just Jessica Berg says ninety five percent of their workforce are volunteers we have five dining rooms they all of had extended hours through the summer and our dining room on the Human Services campus has been opened since June tenth every night over eight hundred thousand water bottles were collected this summer with one point two million given away the water or the weather relief shelter is at twenty three thousand stays so far utility assistance was especially huge this summer with flu season approaching now's the time to get your shot doctor Devin minor with banner held urging Kerr says it's hard to predict what this year's flu season we. we like but other countries are providing clues to look at Australia which is kind of the winter season right now and they're getting hit by the flu and they're having a heavier than typical flu season so we're preparing for the worst minor recommends getting the shot now so it'll be in your system before the peak of the season hits..

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Here on your case Kate afternoon news, checking your money now, Kelly brothers with Genevieve's Burford and brothers Facebook launching a new crypto currency. It's called libra, and they expect it's going to have a lot of ramifications now for their bottom line, but for people right now who are unbagged for folks in other countries where the currencies are not near a as the dollar. They think this is a game changer on a global scale. We will have to wait and see as for the overall market now regaining over ninety percent of the losses back in may. It's been a very strong month of June today, we were pushed forward by easy money policies in Europe. Our fed is meeting, they'll now, sir decision on rates tomorrow and the president outsing that he and president Xi of China will meet at the g twenty summit coming up before the end of the month final numbers, Dow of 353 twenty-six four sixty five NASDAQ up one hundred seventy nine fifty three the SNP up twenty. Eight points gold up eight thirteen fifty announce ten year bond yield two point oh, six percent. And by the way, Kelly was mentioning the Facebook's new crypto currency libra. Do you think you'd use that? That's your poll question. It Kate are com. The afternoon news with Katie O'Neill federal data reveals that after decades of getting better, America's air quality may not be getting any clearer over the last two years. The nation has had more polluted air days than just few years earlier, while it's unclear whether this is the beginning of a trend health experts say it isn't troubling development. The Trump administration is expected to replace Obama era rule designed to limit harmful emissions from its electric power plants on Wednesday. Well, Monday night tweet from President Trump reportedly caught immigration officials off guard President Trump and his team believe, mass arrests of undocumented immigrants could serve as a deterrent to people who may be considering crossing the US southern border illegally on the eve of the kickoff of his reelection campaign. President Trump writing on Twitter last night that next week ice. We'll start removing the quote. Millions of illegal aliens here in the US, the president's tweet reportedly caught him a Gration officials off guard US official tells ABC that the deportations described by the president or not imminent and ice does not unveil operational details in advance. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Authorities say at least two TSA officers were hurt at Phoenix harbor airport in Arizona when they were tapped by man trying to rush through a security checkpoint. It happened this morning at terminal, four the man was taken down by transportation security officers, and Phoenix police and arrested. And it is five twenty five now at news ninety three point one k of two conflicting stories being told of the deadly shooting inside, a corona, California Costco. The attorney for an off-duty Los Angeles police officer who shot and killed Kenneth French inside that store on Friday says his client was hit from behind without warning. The attorney says he was knocked unconscious, he held his eighteen month old son and his client shot, French out of fear for his life. But the families are saying they have witness accounts that do not match up to the original story, fridges parents were also, Sean and remain hospitalized. And then there is this Marilyn Monroe is missing a statue of the legendary actress was stolen Monday from a busy intersection in Hollywood. The image was in the likeness of Monroe from her famous scene in the movie the seven year itch when she stood on top of a subway Grayton or dress float upwards. Right. That statue said, on top of a massive gazebo dedicated to women in film. Well the witness. Says somebody climb the fifty or so foot tall Zebo pull out a hacksaw cut the statue off his perch and took off with it. So behind the lookout Monroe. Yeah. That's kind of hard to hide everything. All right. Five twenty set news ninety three point one. K K. Dan has with your traffic.

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Out over the plains, we have a storm, which is developing down over southeastern portions of Kansas, and that's going to be running east northeastward over the next couple of days tomorrow that will generate a lot of clouds in our sky. And by after dune we start to see a shower high about seventy eight degrees, but the bulk of the rain with a system comes tomorrow night, into Thursday morning, just off and on rain, mild conditions about sixty behind it, though Thursday afternoon. It's going to be cloudy, breezy, and cool temperatures generally in the sixties. That Prodi with some sunshine. We'll start to warm it up again high seventy seven this is meteorologist Dave Bowers on WJ, NewsRadio nine fifty cloudy right now in Pontiac currently, seventy seven degrees, it's seventy nine and cloudy. And if Salani and seventy six in Westland. On NewsRadio nine fifty. Good evening. I'm Greg Bowman. Brooke Allen, our top stories at five fifty there could be a warning label on marijuana sold in Michigan. State Representative dare rented Lake City near Cadillac has introduced a Bill that would warn pregnant women about the dangers of smoking she argues there's a lot. We don't know about how it affects unborn children apparent attack at the Phoenix harbor international airport. Authorities say a man rushed TSA officers in one of the terminals sending to to the hospital. He's been arrested CBS news with more in a live report at six o'clock, WWE news, time, five fifty one. It's time for Jeff Gilbert. Scar. Chronicles. It's the Mercedes of SUV's this Jeff deal with the Sadi's is redone. It's G L S, which product manager, Paul harm and describes as E S class of Mercedes utility line. It gets longer gets wider, just slightly taller infusion of new technology, including a simplified, command infotainment system. There are some things that are just basics including all wheel drive, and three rows of see they're also going to be a type of customer, that wants low tree, a very high level of standard equipment, so that they're basically have the enjoyment of a Mercedes Benz, the geo we'll also have some.

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The bags back on the road. There and read it's go real good pass board. Hamma traveler pursued six hundred forty seven today. The amateur traveler talks about art, museums and western culture, hikes petroglyphs and Naro cactus. As we go to Phoenix, Arizona. The metre traveler, I'm your host, Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Phoenix. I'd like to welcome back to the show Cindy Carlson from exploration vacation dot net. Who has come to talk to us about Phoenix cine? Welcome to the show. I Chris thanks for having me or welcome back to the show said he was here about one hundred episodes ago. I was surprised it was that long ago talking about northern Vietnam. And if you haven't heard that episode I like that episode, obviously because otherwise she would be back. So Cindy, we're talking about a much more domestic destination this time in what's your connection with Phoenix? My now there's been down there about thirty years now. And so I've been going down there pre regularly since about nineteen ninety five bending sometimes just a few days and sometimes spending even a couple of weeks down there exploring the area. Excellent. So she is a snowbird in the language of the area. Yes. My parents are snowbirds I'd snowbird if I could convince my husband to spend more time down there but likes books. Gets a tad warm in the summer for me and Phoenix. And just so we know we usually don't talk about whether for a while. But one of the reasons a lot of people come down in the wintertime, lovely lovely weather summertime. They'll get one hundred days in a row that will go of one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. So that just baby something you think about we have a friend who moved to Phoenix because the summer's here in San Jose that only got two ninety were not hot enough for her. So if you like hot weather, that's definitely good time to go lot more people there in the winter. And there's a lot to do. Actually, I haven't been there in the summer, but there's a lot to do in the summer inside. And there's actually water in rivers and floats and things I have a lot of friends that live there year round. And they actually say summers aren't always that bad. Right. Well, it depends. Again, what you like. And I do know that the friends who go out hiking tend to do it early in the morning in the summertime or or later in the evening usually early in the morning when it's the coolest time of day, but what kind of itinerary do. Recommend for us for Phoenix. So I tried to put together, and I tend to worry that's really aimed at first time. Visitors to Phoenix it gives them an idea of what Phoenix is about where it came from what the landscapes like and what the people who've lived their past and present are like and it's geared. It's five days because five days seems to be to me a good amount of time to get a real feeling for Phoenix. It's still leaves you enough time that if you want to spend time golfing or laying by the pool or you wanna make a trip up to Grand Canyon, which I know you've covered on one a year. Previous shows you can add that on then it's a week's vacation and still do all the stuff that I'm recommending will you we won't took quite as much about site trips. But there are a number different things if you had north or south either down to Tucson, we've done it episode on that or up to flagstaff area up to Grand Canyon or even up to the north east corner of the state, we've got different shows about northern Phoenix. So we won't be talking about them now. But what should we do in Phoenix? Well, actually, let me back up a bit here. I should start with. Why should we go to Phoenix of all the places we should go to sell? I think Phoenix gets the bad rap as as a snowboard destination. Oh, it's just where the retirees go because warm it's hot in the summer. Why would you ever go to Phoenix? And Phoenix, particularly in the last fifteen years twenty years, maybe now has really become a arts and culture hub. It's got a a thriving lively downtown great art scene. It has spectacular scenery all around the city with the snoring desert there. It's become a real interesting place to go. There's something there. I think for everyone, and it's really a worthwhile destination. There's a lot to see in Phoenix that you probably won't see and other places. The only part of that that I would show is that that has happened over the last ten or fifteen years because I've been going there at longer than that. And I think it's getting better known for that over the last ten fifteen years, I think that's been there for. A while in terms of the arts and culture. I think part of it is as light rail's come in. It's maybe it's more that it's expanded places like downtown Mesa that used to be really dead are now little art tub's. Okay. And so maybe that's it because it's been building. It's I've always liked Phoenix. But I think it's really become something that a lot of people don't expect excellent. And we're should we start? So I'm gonna suggest that people start by learning about the Sonoran desert by actually going out to the desert botanical garden, which is in northeast. It's a beautiful place as botanical garden it, of course, has landscaped areas and non native plants, but it also has large areas of native plants. It's a great place to soak in the beauty of the desert and to learn about the desert, so that when you go hiking on your own, you know, that even those those Challah cactuses might look really friendly fuzzy that to get near them. So it gives you both that introduction to the desert as well as beautiful place to wander. You can easily spend a few hours or half day there. They have a fabulous cafes. What's a nice place to spend some time in the garden, and then wandered to the cafe will want to make sure that we're talking about the same place because the desert botanical garden that I know is not in north Phoenix. It's on almost in Scottsdale. So it would be east of Phoenix. It's right on the border of Scottsdale. And Phoenix you that's not north Phoenix east, east Phoenix. Okay. And that's another thing. I should mention that. I have geographic dyslexia when it comes to Unix. So keen on is because I miss a west when I really mean east it's over by Scottsdale, and it's beautiful. It's right at the foot of the mountains beautiful place to walk in wander. I happen to see it. The first time when there was a truly exhibit. So my experience there is quite different because there was all sorts of glass being shown at the same time. But what if a place especially for kids to recommend our kids love the butterfly exhibit, for instance, there as well as some of the other. And they've actually redone the gardens since you've been there since the league's of it. And there are still still Hulas and some other sculptures in the garden. They do special events visitors coming into Phoenix should check the schedule and see they sometimes do big fun parties out in the garden at night and different things can be hard to get tickets to those. But there are blast. If you can get them. Excellent. So because that's not necessarily a full day. If you want to do a little more that day, I would continue on towards the west to the Pueblo grandee museum, which it's a museum in an archaeological park, it's fairly small museum. But they do really nice job of talking about the hokum people who live in the Phoenix area more than thousand years ago. They actually were the original ones building canals in the salt. River valley canals bring all Phoenix's water in today. But that actually goes back to ancient culture that lived there more than a thousand years ago. It's a nice little museum the archaeological site itself, isn't terribly into. There's not a lot left. But the museum dozen nice job of introducing you to what this area was like in the people who live there a long time ago. The other alternative end out your first day would be if it's on a Thursday had over to Scottsdale and do evening art walk and have dinner down on the in the arts district in historic Scottsdale, which is a really fun place. And I'll talk about that a little more in the next day. We should say we haven't really even gone very far from the Phoenix harbor airport here for the first two stops does botanical gardens. The public grid museum are practically stone's throw from the airport. So we haven't ranged very far afield yet. This is all fairly easy to a stone. So for Phoenix anyway, which is a gigantic Norma's area. Geographically is a very large area. Geographically. That's right. I forget to actually put together two different options, depending on visitors interest level of interest in native cultures or cowboy culture, I've got two different options. One the one would. Be two more about the people who live in the southwest today. And that would be a trip to the heard museum in downtown Phoenix even closer to sky harbor airport. We haven't left really Phoenix at all for these. The today's the herd is both a cultural history and art museum about half the museum or more is devoted to exhibits on the peoples of the southwest with separate areas on each different culture, and both modern and historic pieces of art in basket tree in different daily aims of daily life. The other part of the museum includes an exhibit which for in my part of the country is something people don't know as much about as the Indian boarding school era. They've just redone the exhibit. I haven't seen the new one. But the old one was both fascinating and really heartbreaking. But really really interesting again mostly history. But combining modern perspectives and information as well. And presenting it in a way. It's very very acceptable like the exempts really geared for both adults and for children in the area. You're talking about here is an era where they want to pending on how you how you look at this. The one side would say they wanted to include the native Americans in American culture, and therefore they wanted to inculturated them. And the other side would say that they wanted them to lose their identity as native Americans and inculturated them. But it was definitely a very intentional move to bring them in to have the move away from their families to go to these boarding schools and two tournament white people would be the crude way of saying that.

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

09:41 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast

"The. The bag on a roll. Anna read it's go in real good pass board. Hammet traveler pursuit six hundred forty seven today. BMI traveler talks about art, museums and western culture, hikes petroglyphs and Sua cactus. As we go to Phoenix, Arizona. Walk. The amateur traveler your host, Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Phoenix. I'd like to welcome back to the show Cindy Carlson from exploration vacation dot net. Who has come to talk to us about Phoenix cine? Welcome to the show. I Chris thanks for having me or welcome back to the show said he was here about one hundred episodes ago. I was surprised it was that long ago talking about northern Vietnam. And if you haven't heard that episode I like that episode, obviously because otherwise she would be back. So Cindy, we're talking about a much more domestic destination this time in what's your connection with Phoenix? My now there's been down there about thirty years now. And so I've been going down there pretty regularly since about nineteen ninety five bending sometimes just a few days and sometimes spending even a couple of weeks down there exploring the area. Excellent. So she is a snowbird in the language of the area. Yes. My parents are snowbirds I'd snowbird if I could convince my husband to spend more time down there, but likes us books. Gets tad warm in the summer for me and Phoenix. And just so we know we usually don't talk about whether for a while. But one of the reasons lot of people come down in the wintertime, lovely lovely weather summertime. They'll get one hundred days in a row that will go of one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. So that just maybe something you think about we have a friend who moved to Phoenix because the summer's here in San Jose that only got two ninety were not hot enough for her. So if you like hot weather, that's definitely a good time to go lot more people there in the winter. And there's a lot to do. Actually, I haven't been there in the summer, but there's a lot to do in the summer inside. And there's actually water in rivers in floats and things I have a lot of friends that live there year round. And they actually say summers aren't always that bad. Right. Well, it depends. Again, what you like. And I do know that the friends who go out hiking tend to do it early in the morning in the summertime or or later in the evening usually early in the morning when it's the coolest time of day. But what kind of itenerary do? Recommend for us for Phoenix. So I tried to put together, and I worry that's really aimed at first time. Visitors to Phoenix it gives them an idea of what Phoenix is about where it came from what the landscapes like and what the people who've lived their past and present are like and it's geared. It's five days because five days seems to be to me a good amount of time to get a real feeling for Phoenix. Still leaves you enough time that if you want to spend time golfing or laying by the pool or you want to make a trip up to Grand Canyon, which I know you've covered on one a year previous shows, you can add that on and then it's a week's vacation and still do all the stuff that I'm recommending will you we won't talk quite as much about side trips. But there are a number different things if you head north or south either down to Tucson, we've done it episode on that or up to flagstaff area up to Grand Canyon or even to the north east corner of the state, we've got different shows about northern Phoenix. So we won't be talking about them now. But what should we do in Phoenix? Well, actually, let me back up a bit here. I should start with. Why should we go to Phoenix of all the places we should go to sell? I think Phoenix gets the bad rap as as a snowboard destination. Oh, it's just where the retirees because warm it's hot in the summer. Why would you ever go to Phoenix? And Phoenix, particularly in the last fifteen years twenty years, maybe now as really become a arts and culture hub. It's got a a thriving lively downtown great art scene. It has spectacular scenery all around the city with the Sonoran desert there. It's become a real interesting place to go. There's something there. I think for everyone, and it's really a worthwhile destination. There's a lot to see in Phoenix that you probably won't see and other places. The only part of that that I would show is that that has happened over the last ten or fifteen years because I've been going there at longer than that. And I think it's getting better known for that over the last ten fifteen years, I think that's been there for. In terms of the arts and culture. I think part of it is as light rail's come in. It's maybe it's more that expanded places like downtown Mesa that used to be really dead are now little art. Okay. And so maybe that's it because it's been building. It's I've always liked Phoenix. But I think it's really become something that a lot of people don't expect excellent. And we're should we start? So I'm going to suggest that people start by learning about the Sonoran desert by actually going out to the desert botanical garden, which is in northeast. It's a beautiful place as mechanical garden it, of course, has landscaped areas and non native plants, but it also has large areas of native plants. It's a great place to soak in the beauty of the desert and to learn about the desert, so that when you go hiking on your own, you know, that even those those Challah cactuses might look really friendly in fuzzy that to get near them. So it gives you both that introduction to the desert as well as beautiful place to wander. You can easily spend a few hours or half day there. They have a fabulous cafe. So it's a nice place to spend some time in the garden. And then wander to the cafe will want to make sure that we're talking about the same place because the desert botanical garden that I know is not in north Phoenix. It's on almost in Scottsdale. So it would be east of Phoenix. It's right on the border of Scottsdale and Phoenix that's not north Phoenix east, east Phoenix. Okay. And that's another thing. I should mention that. I have geographic dyslexia when it comes to Unix. So keen is because I miss a west when I really mean east it's over by Scottsdale, and it's beautiful. It's right at the foot of the mountains beautiful place to walk in wander. I happen to see it. The first time when there was a truly exhibit. So my experience there is quite different because there was all sorts of glass being shown at the same time. But what if place especially for kids to recommend our kids love the butterfly exhibit, for instance, there as well as some of the other. And they've actually redone the gardens since you've been there since the CIA Julia exhibit, and there are still still chew Hulas and some other sculptures in the garden. They do special events visitors coming into Phoenix should check the schedule and see they sometimes do big fun parties out in the garden at night and different things can be hard to get tickets to those. But there blast if you can get them. Excellent. So because that's not necessarily a full day. If you want to do a little more that day, I would continue on towards the west to the grandee museum, which it's a museum in an archaeological park, it's fairly small museum. But they do have really nice job of talking about the hokum people who live in the Phoenix area more than thousand years ago. They actually were the original ones building canals in the salt. River valley canals bring all Phoenix's water in today. But that actually goes back to ancient culture that lived there more than a thousand years ago. It's a nice little museum the archaeological site itself, isn't terribly into. Interesting. There's not a lot left, but the museum dozen nice job of introducing you to what this area was like in the people who live there a long time ago. The other alternative end out your first day would be if it's on a Thursday head over to Scottsdale and do evening art walk and have dinner down on the in the arts district in historic Scottsdale, which is a really fun place. And I'll talk about that a little more and went in the next day. We should say we haven't really even gone very far from the Phoenix harbor airport here for the first who stops does botanical gardens. The public grid museum are practically stone's throw from the airport. So we haven't ranged very far afield yet. This is all fairly easy to stone. So for Phoenix anyway, which is a gigantic Norma situ area. Geographically is a very large area geographically that's right for day to actually put together to different options, depending on visitors inter level of interest in native cultures or cowboy culture. I've got two different options won the won would. Be two and more about the people who live in the southwest today. And that would be a trip to the heard museum in downtown Phoenix even closer sky harbor airport. We haven't left really Phoenix at all for these. The today's the herd is both a cultural history and art museum about half the museum or more is devoted to exhibits on the peoples of the southwest with separate areas on each different culture, and both modern and historic pieces of art in basket tree in different daily aims daily life. The other part of the museum includes an exhibit which for in my part of the country is something people don't know as much about as the Indian boarding school era. They've just redone the exhibit. I haven't seen the new one. But the old one was both fascinating and really heartbreaking. But really really interesting again mostly history. But combining modern perspectives and information as well. And presenting it in a way. That's very very acceptable like the exempts really geared for

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Top stories. KTAR news flash. At eleven sixteen. I'm Martha Myra with three things you need to know. Right now. We'll that top story today continues to be hacienda. Health care, a licensed, practical, nurses, now accused of the sexual assault of an incapacitated woman at the facility lease arrested. Thirty six year old Nathan Sutherland on suspicion of sexual assault and assault adult. Police say DNA linked him to the crime. In a statement to KTAR has Sanders says Sutherland's employment has been officially terminated. You say in the past two weeks, they have also increased security measures and will continue to review and improve what's already in depth vetting process happening this afternoon. The Phoenix city council voting on a two hundred thirty million dollars talking stick resort arena. That's renovation plan. You never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. KTAR news. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes is I understand it. This Friday is another government payday and for those workers have been furloughed or for those that are being required to work without pay. It will be the second paycheck. They miss part of the government shutdown a month's worth of pay you might not be a government employee. You may not be for a low. You may not be showing up to work and not getting paid as some eight hundred thousand people across this country are in several right here in Arizona. But how long can you go without getting a paycheck? We know the most people live paycheck to paycheck to paycheck to paycheck before there's going to be some serious consequences city of Mesa, for instance, is trying to help furloughed employees is in government federal workers out by giving them a little bit of a break on their utility bills. And by break, I mean, pay us when you get paid. We have put in place a program to defer payment by federal employees of their utility bills with the city of Mesa. Those utility bills will include for many residents federal employees could include both our water wastewater, gas electric and solid waste pickup. I mean good for Mesa. I mean good for the city of Mesa, and it's one of those things where how long can they defer that you know, because it's a city they're going to need that that money is. Well, they gotta pay. They got bills to pay you see like the trickle down on this. But every little bit helps folks. Well, we are we are hearing, and you can only imagine there is the rumblings out there. Will federal employees the ones who are being required to work without pay show up. You're not getting a paycheck. We hear the TSA air traffic controllers. Did you hear about it here? Rightfully so. What if they went on strike? I mean, what if they refuse to show up to work anymore because you're not paying me. And would that be something that would force the hands to to solve this? Because now yes, it would right now. What's the what's the pressure to solve this both sides think they're winning bigly? And that has been my argument for awhile TSA walks off the job, and I'm not just talking about eight to ten percent. Yes. I know that that has had an impact at some airports. Not here in Phoenix harbor. We care about right? We hear about what's happening in our own back. They've been shut down terminal four security. It's not really impacting us as it really exists. You know that kind of situation. But if it happens were half, Colin do they have the reserves back that up will it shut down air traffic across this country. That's how you get them to knock this off. And and I think there's a different calculation going on. You're not old enough to remember that air traffic controllers went on strike. When Ronald Reagan was president. Ronald Reagan fired him. But they didn't go on strike because the government shutdown. He went on they were negotiation ploy. It wasn't. We're going to stop showing up because you stopped paying us. Because the the public was on the side of Ronald Reagan when he said these are going to screw up air traffic. So they can get a pay raise. You guys are out. I don't think people would fault. Air traffic controllers TSA other people after a month of going without pay. You like I'm just I'm loving here anymore. All you gotta do is running through your own filter because that's what we all. Do we run everything through our own filter in would you show up to a job? You're not getting paid for. We shall to a job. You're not getting paid for. It's a pretty simple question. I think there's I think there's a tipping point. I think that there are people out there that might say, okay. Especially if you're a federal employee. This is not the first government shutdown you've gone through right? There have been other one. Is there an end in sight? Right. If it's two or three days, you're like, okay. I'm gonna get back. I'll bet on you guys. And you'll figure this stuff out where thirty three, and is it going to do you believe it's gonna end this week for me? Neither. Congress is going to be voting on to semi it's going to be voting on two different bills that have no chance of passing. So again, when do you celebrate? What what does victory? Look like is it building the wall is getting that funding. Good. I don't think it's going to happen. I don't know what compromise Democrats and Republicans are willing to make in order to reopen. This government. I don't know. But stay tuned say to grab popcorn my goodness. Bruce St James, Pamela Hughes show podcast. Have you? Subscribe to it yet if not why super easy to do iphone, Android. Never have to miss a thing. The podcast brought to you this week by novocure. The vote is today the city Phoenix city council voting on the Suns arena renovation proposal will pass..

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on The Takeaway

"This is the takeaway. I'm tansy Vega, and it shut down day twenty-seven. Hundreds of thousands of federal workers are still going on paid across the United States and many are finding themselves unable to afford the basics. You're seeing it in your communities by. Anima x duty member of the coast guard Jennifer drain Oregon, Joe in Jersey City, New jersey, Harold from Washington. Depend the coast of the United States. Continues through February. Our government subsidies will not be available to respond to disasters pollution, events grandson. Who is in the coast guard needed money for groceries? His parents had to send him money risk their lives and lives of fishermen. Mariners recreational boaters gainfully employed federal workers having lineup food pantry. This is disgraced can departments work reader to cure guard, babysitter and more tar resumes. You start to look for ways to meet our point enchila- Gatien's. And finally, we can say that we take lectures from the public dispersed our own shipmates because there seems to be no end in sight. Fitting communities across the country. Neighbors are also banding together to provide everything from food to legal services for struggling federal workers. Pretty good. We took an oath to keep people safe and to do our job. And if we're not going to be there to do it with. Debbie Terry is the transportation security officer from Phoenix she's pregnant with twins has two young children and on Monday. She went to a mobile food Bank that popped up outside of the airport where she works. Well, it was around eleven in the morning on a winter's day in Phoenix, which is pretty sunny and warm actually got really hot Casey Kuna senior field correspondent with cage as easy in Phoenix. You know, everyone was kind of frantically rushing around trying to get all the food packed in within an hour. I think they were already more than halfway through and it was supposed to last for four hours. So clearly there was a need there. And it ended up I people were walking up to the tables to grab their food, but ended up becoming more of like a drive through. And then that drive through was like twenty cars deep. There are more than nine hundred TSA workers federal employees that work at Phoenix sky harbor airport here in the valley, so Saint Mary's food Bank, which is the largest food Bank in Phoenix was able to create a mobile food pantry kind of like a one time food pantry at a site really close to the airport. So TSA officers could come over during their shift after their shift or before their shift or even on an off day to pick up two bags of groceries and milk and eggs. Saint Mary's served three hundred TSA workers on that Monday and more are being served throughout the week. They said that they've seen an increase of two hundred people a day since the government shutdown at their regular food Bank locations. This was a like, I said a mobile food pantry. So they brought twenty five thousand pounds worth of food to this area near the airport that includes cereal tend chicken it included fruit bread. Peanut butter jelly kind of stuff that families would use to make lunches for their kids. And then they also had the perishables like milk and eggs in the refrigerated truck. People were nice and and made a lot of donations during that time. Jerry Brown spokesman for Saint Mary's toll Casey that the food Bank does have a stockpile of donations from the holidays, but that's stockpile can only lasts for so long this food normally lasts in the food Bank until March or April where using a lot of it now. So they've been asking for cash donations because food donations from an individual don't go as far as cash donations for food Bank that need was on full display on Monday outside of Phoenix sky harbor international airport. There were a lot of TSA workers who still had their uniforms on a somewhere just getting off their shifts. There was two friends who had met while they were on the job at TSA it Phoenix harbor and both of them had two children under six years old one of them was pregnant with twins due in less than two months. There was a young thirty six year old Federal Aviation Administration and junior who was looking for other jobs. Because he hasn't had a paycheck in three weeks and has four kids to support. So a lot of families and the age range from the thirties to sixties and seventies year old and many workers are also reluctant to open up about the pressures. They're facing a lot of the people. I talked to actually didn't really want to talk to media because I think it is it does feel a little bit like hurting your pride to go and take food. But basically they're saying that they're having to either dip into their savings to pay for things like the prenatal needs or just food on the table borrowing from family members borrowing on interest that they're going to have to re pay later. So yeah, I don't think anyone was necessarily preparing to not get paid for three weeks. So this is definitely stretching the budgets of most people. I talked to. Just kind of. And then when you got kids on top of it, the young kids, you it's just been like all of eighty really Gabriela Coleman is a TSA officer at Phoenix sky harbor airport and her family, you know, they still feel like they need to go into work. But they don't know if they're going to get back pay, for example. Well, they didn't know that they if they were not, and even if someone says they are they don't know if that's actually going to happen. Or are they going to get paid for the sick days that they had to call off during the shutdown? The longer the shutdown goes on the more people are worried, the more stresses themselves and their budgets. So I think that definitely was a stressful time for them. But Casey says the shutdown also seems to be bringing out the best in some people something that I found really interesting and kind of heartening at least was to TSA officers came right off their eight hour shifts to the food Bank to actually pack up food for their colleagues. They said. That they're like a family. So definitely feels like everyone's trying to together there was TSA high level management. They're handing out eggs to their workers. And actually the food pantries doing another one of these Mobil one time food pantries up near a hospital where other workers have been having to still go into work because they're considered essential federal staff. A

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And traffic now It's two oh two I'm Becky Lynn here's our top story Arizona votes today is primary election day in Arizona and, secretary of state Michelle, Reagan says in a tweet that mirror COPA county should seek a court order. To, keep some polling places open, pass today seven PM closing time and that's because of problems that some. Valley polling places that miracle county recorder Adrian Fonterra's blames on a contractor be sure and listen for our primary night coverage hosted by Jim Sharpe we'll have that special. Coverage beginning. At eight, o'clock right here on KTAR news Senate majority the Senate majority leader's looking for the best way to honor the late Senator John McCain he says there are plenty of ideas to consider beyond renaming a building back in two thousand the Senate approved recommendations to add two additional portraits to the capitol Senate reception, room right, off the, Senate floor only seven senators in the entire history of, defensive Kouchner honored with portraits there this morning on the Senate floor Mitch McConnell announced, they he'll put together a. Bipartisan Mitty, to make the ultimate decision Well here's some good news if you're flying out of sky harbor airport for the Labor Day weekend KTAR's Griselda zetino is live in the news. Center to tell us about it a new report by reward expert finds Phoenix harbor is the fourth best airport in the US to get you to. Your Labor Day destination on time I can say that, whether is definitely a major factor it's after. The peak of the heat seasons Rowen tapper, with reward experts says another reason some of the major airlines with high-performance. Is fly out of sky harbor the report also finds Friday and Tuesday are the worst days to. Fly for the Labor Day weekend the best days when dance. Thursday before are typically fairly good the Wednesday after is also very. Good live in the news. Center I'm Griselda zetino KTAR news this is a horse of. A different color over the weekend Phoenix, firefighters were called to a pool rescue near twenty second place in Phoenix where a homeowner's Pat horse, had fallen into their five feet deep pool Firefighters came to. Help poice the horse out of the water the horse named cowboy had no reported, injuries.

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

Freedom 95 Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on Freedom 95 Radio

"Serious serious work by our governing officials it's a matter not an investigation whatever number six former obama attorney general loretta lynch who by the way could be sitting on the supreme court right now don't forget that she could be sitting on the supreme court if hillary clinton had won the election which of course trump stole from her with the help of ladimir putin but nonetheless she made errors in judgment during the clinton prob i mean obviously right i mean i know that she was just talking about you know puppies and vacation destinations and grandkids with bill clinton on that tarmac in phoenix harbor international sky harbor international airport in phoenix just a couple of days before combing came out and announced coincidentally that clinton hillary was no longer under investigation and then the seventh point again this is from fox things that there's some highlights highlights they say from the report fbi agents surrounding the fbi interview of hillary clinton were quote inappropriate and created the appearance appearance advise no notice that they created the appearance of bias they didn't actually is it's the optics of this they say there wasn't actual bias it just looked like it so it's almost like they acknowledge you know what guys this is so bad this is so bad that we can't we can't actually get away with saying it didn't happen we have to nod to the public because they can see that this was inappropriate but what we're gonna do here instead instead we're going to say that it appears it appears to be biased once.

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"phoenix harbor" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix harbor" Discussed on WCTC

"This this giving law hey listen to harrison is too much notice and finish can we know how much tang or with this as poetry and how much truth can we say joe ruble real estate go going to shake jesse waters andrew gold jersey go mayor them as me all the patriotic is absolutely shameful everybody's to wake up and realize this family is of patriotic family what's happening right now it isn't co it is back in english was hatch shen throughout the bigger it's true man a left his old applause to ruin everything has an at way and now she tries to clean up our act a little bit after hearing from jesse waters she had no choice okay you know she was careful to not really completely throw president trump under the bus before all right but she threw everybody herat that surround ransom under the bus guy and she was very nasty and very denigrating our maybe that's a very severe too much of a severe word she should she admitted i vote for trump but dg xi who should actually give oh yes she didn't i don't remember she did so she she mcglynn rent what what she said about kellyanne conway about the collusion i she ice have read it i've read it on the air it's the truth is the truth this whole collusion thing is an illusion it that's all it is it's nothing but an illusion so now here so real russian ties okay here's some real russian ties now i'm sure jesse included that because he will he just went down the list we have loretta lynch on the thai tarmac remember that so i actually on i actually typed out a little bit indepth here okay the airplane meeting took place on the tarmac at the phoenix harbor international airport several days before hillary clinton was interviewed by the fbi they were investigating her a came basically several months after the gathering lynch told the media that she regretted the meeting with bill clinton because quote eight did make people wonder is it going to affect the investigation that's going on i mean come on that that's a joke in itself the infamous tarmac meeting between president clinton and attorney general at the.

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