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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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02:27 min | 1 year ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In Phoenix. Fair skies 105 degrees, Whether it's brought to you by Howard Air, As I've said all year they played the game the way it's meant to be played. Everything seems to be coming together in just the right way for the sons, Katy are Sally Ventnor joins us Live with Game One. Reaction from the legendary Al McCoy, the voice of the Sun's tells the Duggan Wolf show on our sister station. 98. 7 FM Arizona Sports station Game one was a really good sign they haven't changed. Their style. They haven't changed their approach since day one, and they're still winning. So it was impressive and what McCoy finds most impressive is every player has a role, including scores coming off the bench. It's the versatility of the Suns team. They have so many people that can score. They don't just depend on three point shooting. McCoy is anxiously waiting to see what changes Milwaukee will make tomorrow night for Game two. But he says, quote we know what the sons can do live in the Center. I'm Ali Vitner. Katya ER news. An injury update at this hour. Sons forward Dario Saric came out of last night's game one win over the box due to a right knee injury this morning. The Sun has sons announced the injury is a torn A C L ligament and will only say that Sark is out indefinitely. Statistically speaking, the sons had a very slim chance of making it. This far Ktrs result of Latino is live in the new center to explain. Daniel Macintosh, specializes in sports analytics and says he certainly didn't see this coming going into this season. I kind of thought they'd be better than the year before, but certainly didn't put them into some of the top contenders. The issue senior lecturer explains. The team was young, unproven and didn't have playoff experience. But things started turning around when they won eight and know when the bubble and signed point guard Chris Paul. Now it does look like they're going to bring the first NBA title to Phoenix. And it's an extremely exciting time. Live in the news centre. I'm Griselda City. No K T A R news. The economic impact of the Sun's making in the into the NBA playoffs is very evident. Valley economist like Elliott Pollock says the amount of spending by fans locally and from out of state will bring in tens of millions of dollars. And on top of that there's tremendous publicity. So there is a significant amount that will ultimately accrue to the area, and he believes the exposure we're.

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Jim Brinson Chandler Police officer is dead and a Gilbert officer fighting for his life. Katya Ers Alley. Ventnor has the story on what led? Tragic events. It all started in the Royal when open, Elk County Sheriff deputy started to pursue a suspect, which then started to shoot at the deputy Gilbert Police is Paul Allen E says that led to a multi agency chase ending in the Santana Motorplex and Gilbert after bailing from his vehicle going into the dealership, stealing a vehicle and in the process striking two officers. One Chandler veteran officer was killed in a Gilbert officer remains in critical condition. The suspect was taken into custody after seven officers fired their weapon. Sally Ventnor, Katya Our News Well, more than 100 Million Americans are now fully vaccinated. But health experts warn far more Americans need to get their shots before things can completely return to normal infectious disease. Experts say the U. S. Can't let up on vaccinations, especially heading into summer, with states reopening and Americans traveling Doctor Paul Off. It is the director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He says Getting complacent could cost us in winter when the virus Sin variance will drive. We need to get to 80% population immunity before next winter hits. That means we need at least 100 million Portmore people to be vaccinated before next winter. His health experts say. That includes getting Children and teens vaccinated so variants don't put them at higher risk. Michelle France and ABC names all right out through the roadways.

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Phoenix Municipal Stadium was the second state run site to open up for vaccinations earlier this month after a week in a few days of operation. This side is now operating with equivalent efficiency is State Farm Stadium. That's Arizona State University's David Thomas, who's helping with operations at both stadiums. Daily Number of doses administered running at State Farm Stadium about 8508 Phoenix, Manny at about 3000. Yes, when both sides are operating, they're vaccinating one person. 37 seconds Reporting live. I'm Griselda City. No Katya Our news today focusing on the under insured and uninsured. One local health care facility holds a mass vaccination event for their senior patients today. Hey, Ta are Sally Ventnor joins us live with what she saw. No, I have had no gift like this. So you're gonna feel good? That's Leslie story in today's her birthday. She is one of the 250 senior patient that Noah who's getting their first covert 19 vaccine Today. Alicia Hochman is the director of advanced practice at Noah, which stands for neighborhood outreach access to healthcare. We recognize the fact that There are additional barriers to these populations. So language of preference is probably the biggest one. So are full team is bilingual. We also recognize that technology both for the elderly population, and those who don't speak English can be a barrier. That's why they've scheduled both appointments for the vaccine at the same time for their patients, avoiding any hiccups online No is vaccinating their patients four days a week for the next four weeks. They're also giving out food bags for anyone in need. Reporting live. I'm Allie Ventnor. Katya. Our news you information on vaccination distribution can now be found on the state's online covert 19 dashboard. You canal. See for yourself how many covert 19 vaccines have been administered across the state? You're also able to break down the data by age, race, gender, ethnicity or look at how many have been distributed in each county or state Run vaccination pot in a block post. Dr Cara Chris, director of the Arizona Department of Health Services explains the demographic data presented right now does not exactly in line with the general population. But that's because distribution has been to priority groups only Gabriel Dominion, Katie our news the dashboard can be found at a Z D. H s dot gov. Katya, our eyes on the economy, bars and restaurants across the state could benefit from a proposed bill that would allow them to sell handcrafted cocktails to go going to a liquor store to have my Knicks and square Meyer. Lemon and Rosemary martini that we make from the lemons that I grow in my backyard and the rosemary that I handpicked. You can't get that in. Where else? Michael Risk Oniy, chef and owner of Risk Onis American Kitchen tells Katie are the bill would also provide a lifeline to some restaurants, who are struggling to adapt as limited capacity and other safety requirements continue to be implemented amidst the pandemic..

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To be the high community spread of Koga 19 in our communities. Arizona's public schools chief highlights the challenges facing students, teachers and other schools stamp. 80 yards. Result of Latino joins us Live with more on that State superintendent of public instruction, Cathy Hoffman tells the mic broom head show. She's happy to see our covert 19 numbers going down by according to our school benchmarks. Every single county and Arizona is still in the red. Because of that some schools have remained closed, she adds. They are students whose families don't have health insurance or live in multigenerational homes. So for them the fear of getting sick, even if it's a more mild case brings a lot more weight with it. Hoffman stresses the decision. Of whether or not to reopen schools is up to each school district Reporting live on Griselda City. No Katya Our news, the man in charge of the state's largest teacher's union suggest it may be a while before we fully see Arizona schools fully reopened for in person learning wannabe in the classroom, and with the cove it infection rate falling across the state and educators getting prioritized to receive the vaccine. It might seem like we might be getting closer to seeing that happen. But Arizona Education Association president Joe Thomas tells Arizona's morning news that's not enough. We need to be closing the bars and limiting in person dining and some of the other things that Arizona hasn't done as well. If we want to be able to have our schools open, Thomas believes in even higher defense would be 100% of school employees and 100% of parents who drop off their kids getting vaccinated. Jeremy Foster key to our news. We've got to ask all of our partners on the ground to step up and expand these efforts. U S Senator Kiersten Cinema acknowledges more vaccines are needed in our state to meet demand, but tells the Gato Sin Chad show Arizona needs to do more to increase vaccinations across the state with doses. We already have, particularly in miracle to county so that we can move faster and get more vaccines into the arms of our citizens, she says. The main factor behind the limited supply of the vaccine today is not enough were ordered the first time around by the previous administration, and now they have to make more which takes time. For the latest on Corona virus and Arizona head to Katie Jr dot com slash coronavirus. Legislators has led the charge in terms of feeding the fire. New legislation from Republican lawmakers could change the way the state conduct selections. Arizona's secretary of state gives her take K P A. R Sally Ventnor joins us live with more Arizona Secretary of state Katie Hobbs acknowledges we do need to have conversations about lost confidence in the system. But she tells the Mike Groom head show It needs to be about why it was lost. And it's not because the systems we have in place are not good enough to ensure the accuracy and fairness and security of our elections. Rather, Hobbes believes authors of these bills were the same ones, stoking conspiracy theory, fires and shot a bull X bill 100% allows the Legislature with under any circumstances, regardless of any substance. Cheated fraud or not, they can convene with a majority vote and choose new electors that isn't overturning of the will of the voters Reporting live. I'm Allie Ventnor, Katya, Our news One Valley mayor in the hospital after a serious health scare earlier this week. Katie ours Look forces live in the news center with more Glendale Mayor Jerry Wires, was admitted to the hospital Monday after consultation with his doctor and is now scheduled to undergo bypass surgery tomorrow. In a statement from his office Wire says it took several hours to find a hospital that can even admit him due to the strain of the pandemic, While the mayor's recovering vice mayor in Hue will continue to make sure city government operations go uninterrupted. Live in the new center Luke Force Ner Katya. Our news coming up the latest on the talks for a coronavirus stimulus package. First we go live to the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center with Larry Lewis. Well, Jeff, we've got trouble. 17 North found Now your seventh Street off ramp is blocked up due to a collision. He can exit at seventh Avenue instead. Also dealing with a collision on the one on one. It's south bound in Scottsdale, Approaching Shea Boulevard. That right auxiliary lane is blocked up. However, you could still exhibit Shay if need be then Grand Avenue and Northern Watch out for a collision there as well. I'm Larry Lewis Key to our news. Partly cloudy and windy this afternoon. The high 79 tonight Clear the low 58 right now in Tempe. Mostly.

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Que ta our news, start your engine and hit the road. Arizona's tourism offices designated this year as the year of the road trip. Josh Coddington, with the state's tourism office says amid the pandemic road trips or a safe way to get out and explore our state. People are ready to travel. And so that's why we're encouraging people to plan for those trips right now early in the year to make sure that they do eventually take those trips, he adds. Taking trips is not only good for you, but also good for the small communities in businesses across the state that have been hit hard by the pandemic. And rely on tourism. For more information, visit. Easy road trips, calm and firm or on these stories in the latest on the pandemic had to Katie our com slash coronavirus. Two escaped inmates from this Florence prisoner back behind bars, and investigators want to know how the fugitives hit for five days. And if anyone helped them if you have not seen a co worker come to work, and it's unexpected or a neighbor who hasn't been at their house, and it's not normal for them. Please call us P S Colonel Heston Silbert says the fugitives held up a convenience store and a hotel worker and tried to break into a home. Deputy corrections director Frank Strada says no prison staffers have lost their jobs over the escape. We look at our employees as their most valuable resource that as a vulnerability or disposable Arizona corrections has admitted to short staffs and busted locks at its prisons, Peter same or Katie Our news, one of the law enforcement officers involved in the capture, is talking about his experience. In school. It's police officer Philip Bluer tells ABC 15 mornings It's not every day gives to respond to calls like that, adding he was surprised to see the fugitives still wearing their prison uniforms. You think they would have changed into something to disguise themselves, but typically, they're not that smart, David Harmon and John Sharp yacht spotted in a cotton field less than 15 miles from the prison yesterday morning. Line of duty Death. Honored in Peoria today Katie are Sally Ventnor joins us live with more They weakest moment. He was the strongest member of the department. That's Peoria Fire chief Bobby Ruiz honoring retired puree A fire captain.

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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01:46 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"New station. Use station, K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new zap your breaking news and traffic Now it's 902. I'm Jeff Hman. Here's our top story. Coronavirus in Arizona. 5321 new coronavirus cases reported in Arizona today. One new death alone with just under 16,000 new diagnostic tests statewide coronavirus percent positivity and hospital metrics are old, trending Down. Working on the front lines of the pandemic, a Valley firefighter became a covert 19 patient himself. Katie are Sally Ventnor joins us live with the story. 48 year old Dan Val, Go is a healthy Phoenix firefighter. It is real disease, and and I saw that, as a first responder is running a covert patients daily that people are suffering. I just had no idea to the extent that's possible of it. He contracted the virus while on duty in December. As a paramedic. He knew what to watch for. So we monitor is is he monitored? His oxygen levels on Daytona woke up and they're ready, arguably a dangerous level. And it was at that point that I thought, you know what? I should probably get ahead of this, so I called My colleagues, my mentors, and they said, Yeah, it's probably now is the time to go. He then spent 12 days at Honor House John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital. He's now home and continues to recover. He hopes to go back to the fire truck next month Reporting live. I'm Allie Ventnor, Katya Our news, The latest on coronavirus in Arizona had to Katya Jr dot com slash coronavirus to our news. Store in the central after a very.

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Saline gargle test with the testing requirement in place until spread declines T Jenna's comparing antibodies from the common cold with those from the coronavirus in determining if they can work. Interchangeably. Instead of looking across the whole virus. We chop the virus up into tiny little pieces and profile the anybody response against each of those fragments, and we identified a few of them that were actually very similar. Looking to the fragments off common cold coronaviruses. Researcher John Bolton says the antibodies could improve monocle only all infusions and convalescent plasma transfers. They could fight mutations, too. But Alton hopes the common cold antibodies don't block our bodies. Coronavirus response for the latest on coronavirus in Arizona. Had to Katya are dot com slash coronavirus. Bundle up the winter weather isn't leaving any time soon. Katie are Sally Ventnor joins us live with war. That's right, Jeff the next several days we can expect wet and cold weather meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Phoenix. Marvin Persia reports scattered thunderstorms today, mostly in Western America to county Tomorrow that system begin to move off to the east and give us another chance for rain. Maybe a little better chance of tomorrow. 80% perch expects no rain Friday, but you can expect showers over the weekend with highs in the sixties Reporting live. I'm Allie Ventnor Key to our news coming up, We'll take a closer look at Joe Biden's inaugural Dress. But first we get a check of traffic line from the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic.

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To continue the vetting of every men and women that come here like stone. ABC NEWS Washington On his first day in office, Joe Biden is expected to sign executive actions, including undoing the so called Muslim ban, rejoining the Paris climate accord and making masks mandatory in all federal lands. ABC. Cecilia Vega has more on President Trump's send off will be surrounded by uniformed military at joint base. Andrews. There will be a military band and a red carpet flanked by troops as he boards Air Force one. For the last time. There may even be an Air Force fighter jet flyover just as he heads to his new home Mar. A Lago distribution of the covert vaccine has been going a lot slower than doctors had hoped, and people are having difficulty registering for the shots. NBC's Kelly Hard Tongue also says the government has no backup supply, with no federal stockpile Fizer and Madonna both shipping out about two million doses per week, the government pushing for at least 50 million to be distributed by the end of January, But there's a lot of ground to make up. So far, only about 31 million have gone out. Some of those major vaccine centers that have been set up, say they're running out. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's news station use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at Katya are calm and streaming live on the KTs are new, zap your breaking news and traffic. No, it's 902. I'm Shiffman. Here's our top story coronavirus in Arizona. Could we have hit our covert 19 Peak, Arizona's coronavirus related hospital metrics are trending down for the first time in weeks. Comes is the state adds 5400 new cases and negative one new deaths. Last week's posit percent positivity rate dropped a bit to 22%. Still, the crisis worsens this from the latest AARP nursing home Covert 19 dashboard Report. Katie are Sally Ventnor joins us live with more From September to December deaths among residents in Arizona nursing homes increased by 776%. The new confirmed cases among residents increased from 1.1% to 14.3% for 100 residents. So basically out of 100 residents over 14% have tested positive and with 25% of facilities reporting a staffing shortage. Arizona State director of AARP Dana Marie Kennedy says it adds another problem over 95% of the nursing home. I have had a staff member test Positive reporting live. I'm Allie Ventnor. Katya. Our news Grand Canyon University has joined the push to get people vaccinated against covert 19 and should start giving immunizations next week. Katya Ers Jim crosses live in Phoenix. We're hoping to do this with commercial hub 27th Avenue and Camelback G. C U President Brian Miller says This will be unique because it helps people. Don't have a car and a public transportation or a shuttle in order to get the vaccination. I think we were also sought after by the county because we've agreed to do it without any funding. Anything.

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"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"sally ventnor" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Following last week's chaos of the capital in the threat of more violence in the coming week, and Arizona Congressman once body cams on all Capitol police K D A. R Sally Ventnor joins us live with more Just as he did with Phoenix police when he was mayor. Congressman Greg Stian introduces a bill to implement body worn cameras for all Capitol police officers After the armed attack on the United States Capitol on January 6, it is abundantly clear that it is time standing strongly believes the cameras, create a safe work, create a safer community and help bring justice. Think about the evidence we could have gathered with the armed insurrection on January 6th the additional evidence that we could have Reporting live. I'm Allie Ventnor. Katya our news, The Valley economist says the nearly $2 Trillion covert relief proposal, unveiled by President elect Joe Biden is needed to battle the pandemic. But there's one piece of the package he strongly opposes. Katya ERS Jim Crosses live in Phoenix. Yeah, Jeff. That's the increase in the federal minimum wage proposed to $15 per hour, he says it will have severely impact communities that have a lower cost of living by driving up costs on goods and services. Arizona's $12 It's a little more $12 an hour minimum wage. Already exceeds the $15 an hour in Seattle and San Francisco and we do it in real dollar terms around, says the price tag of this massive package would almost certainly bring higher taxes down the line. Live in Phoenix Jump cross. Katie Arnie's What's up? Big Traffic.

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Vice President Mike Pence visits Flagstaff, Tucson

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00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Vice President Mike Pence visits Flagstaff, Tucson

"To be in Arizona. Today. It's crunch time and the road to the White House continues through Arizona Vice President Mike Pence is here just landed, and he also joined the MIC Broom Head show this morning. Sally Ventnor joins us live with his plans in the state today. Mike Broom head show spoke exclusively to Vice President Mike Pence ahead of his day full of campaigning in our state. Today, he explained why he's back in Arizona just days away from Election Day, making sure that the people of Arizona know that the confidence they placed in Donald Trump in 2016 is all promises Made and promises kept. Governor Doug Ducey joins him during his events across the state today as well. I'm in Arizona today, Flagstaff and then Tucson to encourage everyone in the sound of my voice, Everyone in this great freedom loving state to get Out and vote to re elect President Donald Trump you can

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