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"sabrina helm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"sabrina helm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Recipe for disaster in Arizona KTA ours Ali vendor joins us live with more regular Golan is a Scottsdale based critical care physician he says there's two reasons our state is highly vulnerable one being immunity the fact that we have very very low penetration of disease states is nice but unfortunately we aren't likely building a robust herd immunity Margolin believes that the east coast and Midwest light restrictions they'll be outside most of the summer compared to Arizona to escape the hundred degree weather by staying indoors and then we're gonna have a good summer where we go to the restaurants we go to the movie theaters we go inside it is a sure recipe for a heavy pressure in a regional area reporting live I'm alley vector KTAR news consumers may have altered their shopping habits during the corona virus pandemic but university of Arizona professor Sabrina helm says the crisis doesn't mean doom for all readers retailers especially if they did their best to protect the health of their consumers and employees need to be said that needs to be a lot of innovation and a lot of good solid going into the strategies for retailers going forward it's very interesting and exciting home figures consumers will still want to shop at brick and mortar stores for household goods and groceries but retailers will still need to boost their online presence for younger consumers now time for a check on traffic here's Monica reed from the valley Chevy.

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"sabrina helm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"sabrina helm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The pandemic has changed the way we shop but you have a professor Sabrina helm says the crisis doesn't spell doom for all retailers especially if they did their best to protect the health of their customers and employees they need to repair that needs to be a lot of innovation and a lot of good solid going into the strategies for retailers going forward it's very interesting and exciting how big is most of us will still want to shop at brick and mortar stores for household goods and groceries but retailers will still need to boost their online presence for those younger shoppers K. two K. our eyes and immigration undocumented immigrants won't benefit from corona virus help from the federal government and Arizona's congressman roll girl hall the wants to change that he introduced a bill that would make kopen nineteen relief programs and economic assistance available to everyone regardless of immigration status will do it will probably help you cannot leave people behind the help us bill also would help undocumented immigrants cover the costs to get tested and treated for over nineteen we are going to pull the spread that if we lived in the United States should have available to them thank you and some level of access to new treatments if the test positive she added many undocumented workers pay taxes and should have an equal opportunity to survive this crisis result the city no KTAR news what appears life is going to be very different once the country emerges from this pandemic the CDC is drafting recommendations like disposable menus plates and utensils at restaurants students eating lunch in their classrooms and church goers worshipping six feet away from each other it would be up to individual states to decide what to enforce KTAR news time seven thirty seven and once again detour Dan checking in from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center if you still earlier the freeways are looking dapper don't you think that that if you're protected on a maybe looking pretty sharp right now little top hat to it wouldn't hurt you know what you're looking pretty darn good on that's why I say that there's no freeway noise I just did some right time updates wow southbound fifty one ten minutes eastbound one oh one that's going to be from seventy Fifth Avenue to Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard eighteen minutes in right time total thirteen minutes on the southbound seventeen from Peoria the ten split and eastbound on the tenth thirteen minutes is all from the one on one end of the fifty one freeway interchange now that doesn't mean that we don't have the wrecks out there we do sixty Seventh Avenue and Van Buren and deer valley road at I. seventeen we've also got one a minor one northbound state route eighty seven approaching Gilbert road in the south valley.

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"sabrina helm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"sabrina helm" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News sales may be down for a lot of businesses during the pandemic but one expert says retailers can be planning their come back now adaptability and memorability are the keys and gauge also the reputation of a retailer in terms of what they really did for the employees and the customers in these difficult times university of Arizona professor Sabrina helm also says the crisis accelerated reluctant retailers to go online where younger consumers practically live with their own shopping habits will care about the environment care about the well being and health and social equity or business and all that Helms says brick and mortars must be sensitive to health precautions when shoppers feel safe enough to return Peter say more KTAR news Katie a our eyes on immigration undocumented immigrants should be eligible for federal corona virus relief that from Arizona congressman Raul Grijalva who says that should include help to cover the costs for pope at nineteen testing and treatment we are going to pull the script that if we resident of the United States should have available to them testing and some level of access to treatment if they test positive he added many undocumented workers pay taxes and should have an equal opportunity to survive the crisis life it appears is going to be very different once the country emerges from this pandemic the CDC is drafting recommendations like disposable menus plates and utensils at restaurants students eating lunch in their classrooms and church goers worshipping six feet away from each other it would be a to individual states to decide what to enforce KTAR news time six thirty seven all right orderly I think is a good word to use when it comes to the traffic this morning here's teacher Dan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center it's not a whole lot better some other words are going to use on the other but I would say though that the one crash in the east valley for a moment anyway I thought wow we got a real deal right here eastbound sixties the loop one oh one it was blocking and then every report after that it was walking a little less than a little less Eric is now off to the right all lanes are open eastbound sixties the loop one oh one we do have a structure fire reported in the southeast valley at Cooper road south of Chandler Boulevard you might just want to steer clear of it to get with you over to McLean just gives a world we do have a closure due to a broken water main this morning at university east and westbound between forty eight three of fifty second street no estimated time to get it back either I try Broadway to stay dry the traffic report brought to you by Briar law the husband and wife Martina been protecting the rights of the seriously injured since nineteen ninety six for help is a Briar log dot com today deterred and get your news it's getting warmer even though it's going to be pretty warm today sunshine with a high of one oh one clear tonight with a low of seventy the high tomorrow one hundred five and one oh six expected on this Thursday your weather's brought to you by our air weather replace repair call Howard air from the KTA are business center Blue Cross blue shield of Arizona and D. A. health today announced that the they have extended their partnership for three years and will expand the rollout of digital payments platform to provider partners across the state provider partners across the state DA health has been conducting a pilot program with Blue Cross blue shield of Arizona and common spirit health which includes dignity health facilities in Arizona I'm doing that since April of two thousand nineteen all right let's find out what's going on walls here early on with the online trading academy opening bell and the Dow starts out day off as predicted about two hundred ninety one points right now it's better than one percent S. and P. up more than one percent as well in the nasdaq up about three quarters of a percent it is gained sixty three points this morning for more money news visit the business center at KTAR dot com and of course Georgia re open some nonessential businesses last Friday what will it look like you're in Arizona if we get to that point we'll talk less about when we get to that point and more what that will look like coming up on Arizona's morning news about five minutes Mike Broomhead show is here it's not about right then left it's about right and wrong and I think if all of us in Arizona focused on looking for what's right not what's on our side we do much better Mike Broomhead show coming up this morning at eight on K. C. A. R. news ninety two.