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The CDC Doesn't Know Enough About Coronavirus In Tribal Nations

Short Wave

09:53 min | 2 months ago

The CDC Doesn't Know Enough About Coronavirus In Tribal Nations

"In August more than five months into the pandemic Jordan. Bennett. was about to see some data she'd waiting for for a long time. Yeah. No a truly I was really excited because there hasn't been any data on American Indians or Alaska natives since the start of the pandemic from the CDC that's right. Until last month while universities had released a good bit of data about Covid and its effect on some. Native, American and Alaskan natives. The CDC really hadn't Jordan would know she's a reporter and editor with the Public Media News organization Indian country today she's also a citizen of the Navajo nation and she's been covering the pandemic since the beginning as well as a twenty twenty census and all of Indian, country no big deal just all of Indian country Yeah. The whole. That data that she'd been waiting to? was released by the government as part of a weekly CDC report in mid August the title of the top red. COVID nineteen among American Indian and Alaska Native Persons in twenty three states and when i read it, it was Kinda already something that I knew and a lot of native public health experts already knew and what I was really looking for is you know what is new that they gave to us the report said because of existing inequities, native Americans and Alaskan natives are three point five times more likely to get the corona virus than white people but anyone who'd been looking at tribal nations as closely as Jordan had could have told you that they were. Being hit especially hard for example, at one point earlier this year, the Navajo nation, which spans parts of Arizona New Mexico and Utah The nation's now reporting nearly four thousand in nineteen cases in a population of one hundred, seventy, five thousand had an infection rate greater the New York State. Eight PM curfews on weekdays and on weekends a fifty seven hour lockdown, not even the gas stations are open. That was just one tribal nation that got a lot of attention. Many others had infection rates that were also higher than the hard hit states in the northeast like the Colorado River Indian tribes in Arizona and California the Yakima in Washington state or the White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona. And data from the states where many of those reservations are located weren't included in the CDC report, which gets it a larger problem. If there's data had you know where the impact is, how do you know where you could send testing to where there's a lack testing? You have to have that data in order to create policies into also figured out how to distribute vaccines. This episode was the CDC does and doesn't know about Covid in native American and Alaskan. Native tribal nations and how Jordan is working to get more data to the people who need it most I mattie Safai and you're listening to shortwave from NPR. This report from the CDC which linked to in our episode notes does say two important things. The fact that native Americans and Alaskan natives are more likely to get the virus. That's one. The second thing is that compared to white people young folks in those communities people under eighteen tested positive at higher rates. When it comes to these findings, the CDC did make one thing clear. Here's one of the researchers on the study, Sarah Hatcher it really important that the. This disproportionate impact. Likely driven by versus stinks social and economic inequity not because of some biological or genetic. Persisting social and economic inequities we're talking about access to healthy food housing income levels, stuff like that. Here's Jordan again the and other just like public health infrastructure or in like the lack of investment in the public health infrastructures in native communities and you have over credit households, anders a number of inequities that this pandemic is bringing out. More on that in a bit. But first Jordan says that the CDC report is notable for what it does not include this report did leave out tons of cases right now it only looked at twenty three states and it didn't include Arizona. Is One of the hot spots in Indian country. And they account for at least a third of all the cove nineteen cases according to the report. They also left out states like Oklahoma Washington. California Colorado thousands and thousands of cases. And researchers from the CDC were up front about leaving all that data out. Here's Sara Hatcher. Again, our announcement is really not generalize beyond those twenty three state overall. And we're not really able to speculate whether we expect the overall rate to be higher or lower we. The reason some states got left out was because the they recorded about race and ethnicity including that for native, American, and Alaskan Native Cova Cases was incomplete and that was really at least surprising to me because. I like how can you not capture this data right here you have Arizona where you know again, the Salt River Pima, Maricopa Indian community Healer River, ending community, White Mountain Apache their cases are thousands You had the tone, nation and Navajo Nation and the possibly Yawkey tribe. There's just thousands of cases in this one St. So many gaps like in this data as well. I think just points to how the CDC doesn't really know tribal communities and know that Indian health system and how it's built instead up. So, let's talk about that. Now. It's much more complicated than this. But basically, when tribal nation signed treaties giving up their land, the federal government promised to provide them with healthcare and set up the Indian Health Service, a government funded network of hospitals and clinics. To deliver adequate healthcare to tribal nations but that's not what's happening right now and what the pandemic is very much highlighting. For years the IHS has been way underfunded per person the federal government spends about half the amount of money on the IHS. Medicaid. And that's part of the reason a lot of tribes over time have step to establish their own privately run tribal health clinics. So throw history. They all IHS. But then tribes wanted to you know take hold and own and operate their own healthcare. So that's how these tribal health clinics came about. At this point, the large majority of healthcare facilities are operated by tribes about eighty percent in those facilities are encouraged but not required to share data that they collect on the virus but Jordan says, that's something a lot of them do not want to do not with the federal government or even with reporters like her even now as a Navajo WOM-. In as a Navajo reporter, it's also difficult for me to try to get the data. Because then I understand that like I grew up around my background is in health and so I I know you know it's because of settler colonialism but also research to a lot of times and medical research you have researchers going in parachuting in parachuting out and they don't give back that data it at least from everything that I've seen the past several months trust is like the main factor in this That's one thing trust. There's also the reality that doctors can get race or ethnicity wrong in California where it's pretty prevalent from what sources tell me some doctors will just check a box on native people because of their surname, their surnames, more likely to be coming from like a Hispanic or line next or origin like Dominguez or Garcia or you know today's assumed there Um Latin x but they're not, and if those people wind up dying that seem incorrect data can wind up on their death certificate right? You don't know what's going on or the pact of the pandemic if you don't have that data if you don't know what the person died from. How are you going to prevent it and prevent more from dying from it? These factors lack of trust underfunded public health infrastructure, racial classification all add up to a picture of the pandemic that isn't complete. For example, there's an alarming lack of covid hospitalizations data for native American or Alaskan native folks stuff like if somebody was admitted to the hospital, the ICU or even died compared to white people, CDC only has about a third of that information for Alaskan natives and native Americans and I think that's just again it just goes back to how well you know the state health department or even like the CDC or the public health experts they're not these tribal communities

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"salt river" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:53 min | 5 months ago

"salt river" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Down the bars and the clubs. He's shutting down the gym's is well. What he did not say today during the press conference is yes, that is where Cove in 19 is spreading. Now, remember, Nobody said anything about the protests. Rightfully so ice police supported the George Floyd protests fully support him downtown Phoenix. Went to one of them. We didn't say anything about that. And this is part of the problem is we're trying to have it both ways. The bottom line is the government is not here to save you. If you're relying on the government to save you guess what's not gonna happen? You have to be able to figure these things out for yourself yet to be smarter than the government because the government acts to protect their own interests Come produce you today signing an executive order. Effective. Eight PM tonight. Bars across the state will be closed for the next 30 days. Sobel, Jim's water parks, movie theaters. And too big That's obviously geared at the Salt River. Don't want that to happen. Again, There's no evidence that it actually spread At the Salt River. There's no evidence it actually spread in old town. There's no evidence People are getting this because people are moving around. It could be getting it at a gas stage. Good beginning in a Costco still open by the way. Could be getting in a supermarket still open by the way. It's weird. I don't understand it. One of the reporters at Deuces Press conference today. Asked if Well, it's plain regrets about how you've handled this pandemic. So that's what the media wants to know. Right. You must have regrets because the media's belief is that he opened state too early. That is the belief of the media, even though the media is not in charge of that decision. It has their beliefs so they're operating. From that standpoint, I've seen some of the snarky to 12. We didn't over the state. None of this would ever happen. Number one. That's the most irrelevant thing ever because it's too late. You can't undo what's already been done. And if you are that concerned about it, run for office. Put your money where your mouth is. Not easy to make these decisions, at least give Ducey credit for that. I don't want to be making these decisions, but this is what they signed up for to make these decisions. This is what Donald Trump wanted to be the president because he wanted to make these kind of decisions why Doug Ducey wanted to be the governor of Arizona because it wasn't just about bringing businesses from California of the Great State of Arizona. It's about making tough decisions. So based on that question here is how the deuce answer for the laws do Si. Do you regret yourself? You know, Rachel, I do not regret by so the decision has been easy. Look, it He's not going to say Yeah, I regret my decisions. Cause he's making decisions with half information because we just don't know. Just because you think you would've made different decisions. You have no idea. The stakes are so much higher in the governor's office than it is in a newsroom. I hate to break it to us that work in newsrooms and have worked in newsrooms for a long time. Just because we have a set of principles, or you have a set of principles that are dim from the governor's doesn't mean he's going to act on your set of principles doesn't mean your set of principles is right. I watched this video over the weekend called the Moral Matrix. A YouTube video and I was talking about is a doctor. He was talking about how people make decisions. And in this particular case, the cove in case the masks more specifically. People tend to be On delivery side of the oppression side. With a subset of those categories. I think you could tell which side I'm on. By the way. This is Russell and Hunter Mike Russell, filling in for James T. Harris the rest of the week. So I'll be riding solo. Liberty Side is where on that. Liberty sides were Mike's out where James is that you talk to James and 10 minutes cannot wait to hear what he has to say about deuces. New Half shut down or But the moral matrix was very simple and that it care versus harm. So people in newsrooms and liberals People don't want to hear mass reviewing it from the standpoint off. Harm that if you wear a mask, you're not harming everyone or anyone else. But the evidence remains to be seen about that. And I don't know how many people across the state of wearing mask I couldn't even begin to tell you. I'm not going out that much. I'm just frustrated beyond belief, and I'm frustrated the different rules. I'm frustrated, different government decisions. It was like to hell with it. His weight. There's a lot of people like me. That's the worst part because the people that want to help small businesses so we're in takeout and having food delivered to the house. We really want to go out. There's too much fighting going on is too many questions about there's too many questions about that. Which side you on which side you not on too much shaming on both sides going on is getting absurd. Then you have decisions like this. To make matters worse. School's not going to be allowed to open campuses until least August 27. Make that August 17th. Lucy, saying that That date is really up in the air will continuously reevaluate this target date. We're working closely with Superintendent Hoffman with the objective to educate our Children safely and successfully and will continue to communicate along the way and Here is what you need to know the main takeaway from all of these press conferences in every single state all across this entire great country of ours. No one has any idea what they're doing. No. One States that air seeing some success. I'm going to guess if you looked at the data, you're seeing a whole lot less movement. And I'll be talking about New York and New Jersey is a huge number of cases. York City alone is like 212,000 case. So I'm curious to see how people are moving around right now, because I don't know. I don't have any data on that. How many people are working from home? If there's some type of herd immunity, and some of those communities were slowing spread Was the idea behind flattening the curves Get His little number of people infected as possible. Then, if you have a low number, you're less likely to see increases, and I'm guessing that's what the governor's doing. But I'm guessing he doesn't know where this is spreading. Who would be missing the entire point as to where this is spreading. Maybe it's spreading in hospitals. I don't know. That's a good of a guest is saying is spreading in old town. They don't have any patient zeros. We don't know who's spreading it where our best guess is a best guess. I was reading some stories over the weekend and later an earlier this morning was a woman I'll use is an example. Over here. What state she lived in But she took every single precaution. From? I think, Houston, maybe. Or a mask or gloves washed down every single thing that you could possibly think of Still get Koven, 19 She'd even.

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Top Arizona health official says to continue avoiding mass gatherings

Arizona's Morning News

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Top Arizona health official says to continue avoiding mass gatherings

"Arizona's health director says it's on you to make good decisions to help slow the spread of coronavirus she wants you to avoid mass gatherings like those in Scottsdale's old town and on the Salt River over Memorial Day weekend K. D. A. R. as Jim crosses live in Phoenix yeah Jamie those packed places with little social distancing certainly caught the world's attention on Facebook on Twitter other platforms Dr cara Chris says most Arizona she believes are making good decisions to help slow down the spread of coronavirus I think that people are practicing good physical distance saying I've seen a lot of masks out in public I've seen a lot of hand washing I I think people are having a a positive impact on that as well she also expects to see the cover nineteen cases continue but she believes measures are in place to prevent a hi spike high peak in the future in those

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Salt River this weekend marking a forty year tradition more than two thousand jewelers kicked off of fortieth season of tubing down the Salt River yesterday lots of snow and rain this winter makes for perfect tubing conditions because of the coronavirus things will be a bit different this year those wanting to rent tubes will have to wear masks social distancing will also be enforced and as far as catching a ride on the bus capacity will be dramatically reduced instead of seventy two riders only fifteen riders will be allowed on the bus at a time John roller KTAR news all right let's head out right now and get a check on traffic from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center let's say hello to Mike Daniels thank you Jim those we can closures continue loop one of one westbound on our office closed at Tatum Boulevard to the widening project and look to to westbound closed for the I. ten pick a show the twenty forestry as asphalt work continues there these closures in effect till five AM tomorrow morning this report is sponsored by rocket mortgage by quicken loans these are challenging times and rocket mortgage by quicken loans is prepared to help if you need mortgage assistance contact our team twenty four seven at rocking mortgage dot com from their home to yours the team at rocking mortgage is with you I'm Mike Daniels KTAR news D. R. weather for the valley currently eighty eight in Phoenix either day one or one low tonight seventy two weather brought to you by Howard air weather replace or repair call Howard air I'm Jim Brinson on Arizona's new station KTAR news I am Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans and rocket mortgage during the challenging times were all experiencing our top priority is the health and safety of the communities we serve and while it's true that things are changing rapidly every day one thing that'll never change is our commitment to giving you the best mortgage experience that rocket mortgage our guiding philosophy of every client every time no exceptions no excuses exist for times like right now we understand that hardships may arise and we're prepared to help if you currently work with us and need assistance with your mortgage contact us twenty four seven at rocket mortgage dot com as we all think about ways to save money let me remind you that mortgage rates are near historic lows if you think right now is the right time to refinance your mortgage our home loan experts are available to help you twenty four hours a day seven days a week at rocket mortgage dot com call for cost information conditions equal housing lender license in all fifty states in M. L. S. consumer access dot org number thirty thirty welcome to the number one radio health talk show in America the doctor Bob Martin show Dr Martin is a chiropractic physician board certified clinical nutritionist and diplomate of the American academy of anti aging medicine.

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Whole Family Wellness

All My Relations Podcast

08:13 min | 7 months ago

Whole Family Wellness

"Let's start by having you introduce yourselves the way you would to a large group of people So I was born and raised in the area. That is now known as North Dakota. I'm from the Turtle Mountain Band of my Mom's side of the family. So I'm initial Bay and I'm Papa Lakota from the Standing Rock on my Dad's side of the family I lived on the East Coast for a number of years where I went to college at Dartmouth and I went to Grad School at Columbia University for Journalism and I am now the mom to a one year old and the partner to fashion. We live together in Phoenix Arizona where we run our our initiative called while for Culture. So wellness is my passion. I'm also a writer and a journalist but pretty much everything I do. Now is like health and family related Well softball scoop dodged everyone to the both of you and for those. That had a chance to me on. Yep Suga cash on knock to damage over jude are Choon. I'm from the Salt River. People around this area right here and Just happy to be here sup without the ATHOL AENA. Happy to be sitting here to be speaking with both of you. And it's awesome and you guys are one of our favorite podcasts and so we are just honored to be here and wanted to say thank you to the for the awesome work that you're doing with this in just around native country and the individual work you know we worked together. Matija in the past and I worked a little bit with us well at college horizon. So it's awesome to be here in this space to be able to be discussing more of these so very happy with that also work with the native Wellness Institute. I'm a board member there and I've been working with them now for about ten years now and Chelsea said one of the CO founders in our initiative that we call wealth for culture and and as Chelsea had said as well. Wellness is something. That's definitely my passion and the wellness that's rooted within our people and sexual ways. Yeah something that. I'm very passionate about and Just very Excited to try to share what little we know in this area of health and wellness as it pertains to family as you said and we know that that's a big part of of our communities you know it's it's the strong communities are built by our strong families and that's really the root of healing in the root of preserving and maintaining evolving. Our indigene are families and I think that's one of the most beautiful things we can put our energy and effort to especially in Mike this. You know when it's just we have so much going on and on world you know so my heart is full and I'm happy I you know I think the other thing. That's really cool. Is that you know you're a photographer. And you danced for years right with your work with Rohan long on the street. Dance B boy crews and stuff Yeah I didn't think about that what I think about this work. You do too because it's kind of like you know this evolution of becoming these. These people like Chelsea talks about you know going to Dartmouth and Columbia and becoming a journalist and and then you yourself. It's like being a photographer and working in industry and it takes so many different skills to put out content on a regular basis. And you know you to have been developing those skills for a really long time so maybe we could start just having you talk a little about the origins of welfare culture. And and your purpose and what that means to you individually. Well we founded in twenty fourteen shortly after I met. Actually we both were on our own individual healing and wellness journeys And we came together as friends and we did this cool photo. Shoot Auch Photograph me as it was at the time we were calling it like an urban warrior kind of thing but it was just this really cool fitness that we did in your city but meanwhile we were having all these conversations talking about how you know healthy. Lifestyles really are congruent. With our ancestral ways. Both of us were raised in ceremony. But both of us also kind of went the wayside with that a little bit You know during our teens and twenties and you know moving away both both of us moving away from our reservoirs and into cities and kind of just exploring the world and but eventually coming full circle back to that and so it was really cool because I connected as friends through that shared passion for connecting wellness with with our culture. At the time. We realized that there wasn't a lot of imagery of healthy active strong native people and we wanted to change that and so we co founded while for culture and it started as a website and an instagram and facebook page and then it quickly grew into basically this consulting business in Marietta. Other things that we do as well. Yeah we got together because like Jesse had said she was doing journalism. And as you'd mentioned I was doing photography and I after a while. I really wanted to start to kind of help. Help help with the movement that that you're contributing to your work is just to help to portray this our image. You know what I mean that we do have in our communities that often doesn't portrayed in so we started really like she said delve into that and we started really looking at it. And you know I was coming from a perspective of coming. From my community where diabetes obesity cardiovascular heart disease is really super high high in comparison to the non native people that are live on the border. Just a couple miles away you know. The life expectancy is just the gap between is is insane and so I was coming from from that perspective. That how we need to we need to really reclaim our health. And we need to put our health for first and foremost in our diginity to continue on and for me it was it was it was moved my body exercising and training and Alice really trying to draw those connections between that in and being a part of the community and We share a lot. Two of my personal observation is that I watched the the the the the community. I guess involvement and ceremonial things that bring wellness and love and happiness declined because of poor health. People can't show up so I just got really driven on this. This thing like you know we need to. We need to reclaim our health. In whatever way that is for people you know for me was exercising and know trend to really strengthen my relationship to food and so we got together and we start man this is. There's so much more than just you know putting out an image of somebody working out and trying to encourage and motivate people. That's a big part of it. You know but there's certainly a lot more to it so you know. We delved into it to try to create more of a wellness model. That was kind of rooted in in a lot of our cultural values and just kind of going around native country with my work. With Native Wellness Institute the Focus was always on on for sure was pinpointing historic trauma was healing but we didn't see the inclusion a lot of bringing a healthy lifestyle once again. It's as far as physical health. Bring our foods right back into the conversation healing or bringing movement and into the conversation. We're really seeing that so much too and I think that that's sort of like our generations contribution like it's what we're doing this all of us living here now so we really kind of just tried to go forward with that and develop it over the years and later on we became a family and and we realized that everything we were we were coming up with in creating and learning about and putting into practice and sharing about and doing workshops and trainings on was. We're things that we have this opportunity now to live that into model that and to to show that and I think that that's one of the most powerful things we can do is just model that you know model that that that wellness of that. Good life for all of our families to see you know. We're we're strengthening that spirit of wellness step brings families together increase healing once again to you know when when anyone participates in that and so and so you know. That's that's how we got to where we are with it today and as you said now we are really you know as a young family moving forward with that

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:44 min | 8 months ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Hall governor Ducey trimmed his list of essential services at five PM tomorrow hair nail in tanning salons tattoo parlours spas and massage studios all up to shut down the governor's also ordered all community splash pads basketball courts playgrounds and restrooms are closed and no more public swimming for now pools at hotels condos apartment complexes and public parks also after shut down tomorrow public parks however will remain open Deborah Dale KTA are names that I have a whole nation tonight reporting for more deaths in twenty nine new cases of corona virus in the past twenty four hours that makes a total of two hundred seventy confirmed cases and twelve deaths related to covert nineteen Navajo police officers will now begin issuing citations and fines for individuals who violate the Navajo Nation stay at home order and daily curfew U. S. employers shed over seven hundred thousand jobs in March while the unemployment rate jumped a full percentage point to four point four percent thanks to the corona virus pandemic valley economist Elliott Pollack telling KTA are both of those numbers will be a lot worse when April's numbers come out in a month it really is almost meaningless because the real issue is what happens when this is all over and whether people of been financially secure enough to really be economically viable at the other end of this policy mains optimistic the economy will bounce back quickly once it gets back up and running well some good news tonight to pass along Salt River project systems of six reservoirs now ninety eight percent full around the state that's because of a wet season of rain and snow here in Arizona the reservoirs are now at their highest level.

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‘No comment. Next question.’ Jeff Bridich’s feud with Nolan Arenado is now a Rockies cold war

Broncos Country Tonight

08:45 min | 10 months ago

‘No comment. Next question.’ Jeff Bridich’s feud with Nolan Arenado is now a Rockies cold war

"But one talk to you a little bit about your pride each and what happened today down Salt River that pitchers and catchers reporting all very exciting Rockies is there another first spring training game on the twenty second organ of course be carrying the games it was we are the flagship and it is exciting hope springs eternal every single for a every single team even teams in the midst of a time of turmoil like the Houston Astros there everybody's excited and and in the Rockies have so it's a mother challenges but right now the overwhelming stories about known are not like that that is that is the story and so if you ask anybody about the Rockies it's what's going on with the lawn what are the old patch this thing up and so far we've really only heard Nolan side we know that there are there do there been some warmer porch back and forth there's been some reported trade interests of the Rockies have listened to trades but Jeff price really hasn't spoken publicly about this I'm not really so he had an opportunity today in and as I understand it it was kind of cleared by PR like PR was going to what we had kind of line this supplications gonna say something about it he told the assembled media and then it just price was kind of put in front of him to say something and and this is kind of how it went down use it to you would speak to us briefly about the Nolan situation so we thought we to start off with that of the top so from your perspective what would you just like to say about what's been out there publicly about nothing revision comment made any comment to this point so in the past thanks six question okay so as you heard there said Warren who of course works PR for the Rockies he he kind of put it right out there saying Hey guys he's gonna have something to say about this and then his comment was no comments and I have nothing to add to this and next question it's always a Patrick Saunders ended up being the guy and he's he does a phenomenal job with post and and and and you know he he was just the kind of guy that had to ask the question somebody's got as good hi I have a few thoughts in this band but first I'd like to kind of get your your perspective on what what went down there and Jeff prices decision not to say anything I I I I I feel like the Rockies need to say something beyond what's been said because right now in the public domain the only story that exists is now it is our not as version and with any story there's three sides to it his hers in the truce it's so I'd I'd like the Rockies to have some kind of public comment on it and I ages feels like passing on commenting right now with the no comment I really feel like that's the wrong way to tackle this one I that's not how I would do it I understand it I I I may have to catch my language I may have to in a press conference environments that insider specifics I won't get into but there has been some animosity here obviously Nolan felt disrespected me went out of his way to say that and we we've got a bridge to cross but you should put something out there that says something other than no comment you don't even have to give any real details you say it the way I just said it was just a present anything new you'll have to you'll have to give specific short with new information out there you can rehash what's already out there but and and and couch it in that regard and people take that quote it be okay with this it's P. R. speak writes exactly is what people do yeah we we expected that like we we don't we don't have it we're we're the home of the Rockies in the home of the of the Broncos here so when I say this I want you to understand that I'm saying that you know a week we get all the jokes about the state sponsored radio a kind of stuff from competitors around town that can't afford to carry the broadcast rights but what we are the flagship of both and I'm criticizing one the Broncos face he sings had all they do and that's one of things you do have to give consideration like you heard at the very beginning say Hey Warren said that you're going to say something if Patrick Smyth says we're gonna say something about this they do it and and they got a player out there that's right talk about a player with a manual in Cortland yeah the physical altercation camp and then they were out there come by on it up the next day with jokes they were obviously still matter Locke believes you knew what was coming the Broncos do a great job and I don't see here Kerry orange blue cool aid or whatever it is that they say but you get the point the juxtaposition between the way these two organizations handle negative things is glaring and this was an opportunity and I think the way you pointed out is is absolutely fair there's an opportunity here for Jeff bright H. as bad as well as a bit of a conduit to the fans like it in the end he has to do remember he is a public face sorry for the Rockies leave a voice he's out there to talk to the media and to tell them everything's gonna be okay like tell the fans Hey listen I know there's a lot of things out there we're focused on the season no one are not I was going to be here we're ready we're ready to play baseball that dad right we're excited about a softball and what will work out that's that that would have been a completely appropriate when you do it like that it's also Jeff price thought if I say no comment then this will die like it'll be the end of infected actually makes it much more as a lien on the fire especially his body language if you watch the video it's a combination I I tend to not like do a lot of body language thing at the blood that becomes kind of over blown but in this case like the combination of no comment like he looked sour about even being asked about it when the media was just doing their job personal to have to ask well it's eight ever leaders of anything Ryan nine days ever there's that side of it too but but but more than anything with with with pride H. he is he kind of forgot something here in my opinion he forgot what he what the fans are desperately wanting to hear about their star player that he is the face of the organization of the conduit for the organization and that shouldn't ever really like that should never go away from the forefront of your mind we're out there speaking when you're speaking for you you're speaking for the organization you're speaking to the media who are going to go talk to the fans and the fans just wanted to know he's everything a be okay because no one are those were my favorite players of all time and I want to watch in this year and I want to know that we're trying to contended do something and instead I get no comment and for me like like what did you think was going to be solved by doing that saying no comment is different than not having a comment at the not saying anything at all yeah it was it was a little bit confusing all right really is a little confused by that played today because it's it's certainly not going away was going to go away anyways but now it's a bit was is a bigger story yeah it's the price seems absurd misconceptions about the media yeah I was almost almost in a battle with the media he is the conduit information between the organization of fans you can't have eighty five thousand fans come flood a press conference a locker so you have some assembled media commits the pool you know they come in and they do it they get those quotes information package about put him in a in an article or sound bite and they presented to the fans at large that's the media's job just to relay the information just to take the facts from here because you can only fit twenty people in this room and then turn around disseminated to the fans ask the questions instead of the fans it's where your representative democracy you know what we are reps here and so the the idea that the media is the enemy for bright is it's just it's a wall you know it is hardly the first GM to do it like that very point but he's but he's not helping himself and you think of the modern age people be savvy enough to understand Hey you guys are just taking the stuff the fans what I need to do is just repackaged all the information is already here and a friend will sell by two gets buried in the third paragraph of the calm they're going to write instead of saying no comment getting a brand new title at the top of the column the twenties guys gonna write and that's exactly the right has nothing to say which says everything in it of it you know it and I I got the headlines right themselves and adds more fuel to the fire exactly that died there's a disconnect between our not all the star player this team that they just gave an extension to and the front office which again now adds more conversation and call links to the winds are gonna be traded when when the Rockies gonna what we are and then on top of that now for said this earlier today I want to give him some credit he said it also I'll other thing I want to say he said this but it's something to the effect of that that that is also maybe even weaken your position a little bit as it relates to trade value because now it shows very publicly that there is a disconnect yeah there's a rift you know we don't know all that there was a rift in we knew because we heard it we we saw what era said but we did have a knowledge within the organization so you could have skewed the grout the chasm there the open space was misunderstanding that's not

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Killed salt river police officer clayton townsend k._t._a._r. ali vetnar is live in the news center with more officer clayton tells was at the driver's side window for just twelve seconds before he was hit by the distracted driver jerry san stead who described himself to police just moments after the accident as kind of on autopilot san stead told police he doesn't know what happened during the accident and says he may have passed out he also told police he was in the midst of a cleanse also in the new report sand said suffered a medical condition while he was being booked into jail where he fell and hit his head he was taken to the hospital where they saw injuries coinciding with a seizure san stead admitted to texting and driving bearing across several lanes of traffic hitting and killing officer clayton townsend it's now up to the county attorney's office to decide if he'll face charges for what happened in the loop on a one back in january live in the news center i'm ali vetnar k._t._a._r. news while the group calling itself rally for law enforcement says phoenix police officers are being thrown under the bus following to multibillion dollar legal claims against the department one of those claims surrounds video phoenix officer pointing his gun and shouting profanity's at a family with small children during a shoplifting call no rosen with rally for law enforcement says they'll be at this afternoon's phoenix city council meeting to support the department public needs to hear that there's another narrative the truth is coming out and it's coming out more and more we need to stand and back or law enforcement it's the bottom line today's city council meeting is at two thirty meanwhile new this afternoon phoenix abi or kate guy has announced a public safety policy meeting this after their community listening session last tuesday where community members came forward expressing their concerns about phoenix police that meeting will be held at two thirty next tuesday at city council chambers in phoenix at twelve oh two with traffic.

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Two hundred thousand cubic feet per second of water into the normally dry Salt River. Now, that's I don't insist that happening. But I just wonder if we're getting to a point where SRP is going to have to consider some releases into the Salt River heavy surprised if they're not certainly maybe tomorrow or later this week. You know? Hopefully, the snow will hang around a while. It's cold enough up there that it's gonna sit on top the ground before soaking in and it won't just all run off at once enforce the release from some of the dams, but these storms I mean, this has been one of the most impressive februaries. I can remember. A little bit of a late start on winter. But once they arrived, it's it's got to the going senior reporter Jim cross from our KTAR news staff. Joining us this morning to talk about the winter storms, the other thing, and I think we're going to have to deal with this for the next several years is with the the recent wildfires in the damage done to the forest lands up north when these storms happen there really isn't anything to kind of catch it so to speak because so many trees have been destroyed by wildfires that the stuff just kind of runs wild downhills in. It's the highway twelve we we had a forecast. And and I I would think that's a big concern to Jim that when you get the whether it's snowfall or rainfall up north it's just gonna roll because there aren't mutt. There aren't as many trees in the forest to kind of stop it and put it in place. Now. I mean, we've had some big burner is wallow fire burn area. Obviously that was more than a half a million acres. We had rodeo Chetta sky. The burned almost a half a million acres. I was seventeen years ago now. That's yeah. Yeah. You know, you've had the big fires creek canyon. They had the big fire east of what happened Jack and cleanse while last year. You know, there's been a lot of burn area. Mount lemon Aspen fire several years ago. But. If it keeps piling up the snow like it's piling up right now if they're runs off. I mean, creeks always concerned that was a problem last week. I mean, it flooded out some what picnic tables and campsites in oak creek canyon down towards Sedona. So this is going to be a wild winter. It was expected because of L Nino. And here we go. And like you said there's another storm system on the way KTAR senior reporter Jim cross..

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:56 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News ninety two three FM. Today is the public paid their respects to fall Salt River police officer Clayton Townsend that happened earlier today joining us now is the America county. Sheriff Paul Penzone who was at that service. He joins us, whereas monthly exclusive interview again as always we appreciate you coming in sheriff, but tough day today tough day for law enforcement and the community. It is you know, and and if for those who had the honor to be president, you feel in the air on the energy, and you understand the impact that has on all of us, not just the law enforcement community, but not to get a glimpse of of this young man through the stories in the eyes of those who knew him and loved him. And we're close to him you felt the privilege of realizing what a man of character. He was first and foremost, I went to I sat a few rows behind you. I wanted to go sheriff. And I kinda wanted to know who he was. And I think we got a really good glimpse. As you said of who he was I thought his brothers were phenomenal. You know, he had an older brother named Cole younger brother named Trey. And Cole went up there. And he just powered through it was tough for him. But he was the older brother. He was the big brother. He he did his he did his younger brother proud. It was hard to see, you know, Clayton. Townsend's wife walked down from the back of the church, the front of the church holding her baby knowing that that was you know, that's that's that's who she has this. The last thing that she has from him. So is a guy who just part of the community me sitting there and listening to this. It was terribly sad. There was some levity. But what what was the one thing that you kind of took away from this? Because there were a lot of stories a lot of fun stories. A lot of great stories about this young man who and I said it earlier we lost a really good guy. Skews a good, dude. He was a dad. He was a son. He was father just a good guy. I don't know that you can summon up any more than that. Because you know, it's it's this belief that it's one thing to be nice. It's another thing to be good nice. It's just polite. You know, when you're you're respectful towards people a good is your actions consistently. And you know, when we when we lose anyone that, you know, whether we know them personally, or in some way, we experienced through their family or friends a loss. Obviously people are we speak of you in in a positive context. And we go. Great, whatever, it may be we describe it because of the tragic loss, but you could not have been in that room today and not felt that you knew this young man on a personal scale. And it was not an embellishment of stories shared eleven aspects about them. But at the end of the day, whether man or woman out there as sheriff if I had the chance to hire somebody with a character and integrity of this young man, not even speaking about the talked about, you know, to some extent who he was as an officer. But it was who he was as a person that is why he shined as an officer because he cared so much about people, but he had this conviction to him that he wanted to hear the story, and the this was a cancer survivor never believing that he'd have a chance to have a child, but he and his wife were, you know, to try to have a child knowing that because of what he had gone through the possibility was minimal. And then here he is a child, and so let me show you those photos, and it's just a tragic. Loss of life. It's a tragic loss to the law enforcement community into into the chief Salt River PD into their community into the officers in it agency. They did him proud today, by the way, they represented him and his family, no different. Forgive me for going on too long. But let me tell you something if we don't do better because of his sacrifices, and who he was just by hearing his stories and shame on us do better. How just be better people to recognize that whether it is a talked about his humility as an officer one of the stories was he he took some of his partners. And and and there was a lemonade stand. And they went and bought all the lemonade and all the cookies from the kids, and it just sat there and ate them. And drank them with them just to buy them out in a playful way. And I remember the president of the Salt River community said in everything that he saw that came across his desk related to author. Townsend was always humility like he never seek out attention. He just wanted to do right by others. And he was a good officer. He worked. Hard to keep that community safe. Any made that kids day Stanton? Yeah. We're speaking with Maricopa County sheriff Paul Paul Penzone. He's in for his monthly exclusive today a fallen officer Clayton Townsend. There was the funeral at in Peoria, I like that. And I didn't know this. And this is something that you get when you go there, and you and you actually go to the funeral. He had. A bible verse tattooed on him from the book of Matthew chapter five verse nine MAC asked me a really good question who was this guy here? So he was Matthew five nine blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God peacemakers peacemakers actively bring conflict to an end. That's what he what he did is an officer. He he lived in spoke a lot about his faith, and for some people that makes uncomfortable, and whether your personal faith or not I myself being one. I believe that if you speak of faith, you speak of love and respect and treatment of others. None of that diminishes strength as it relates to being a peacemaker and committed to keeping people safe, which means the courage and conviction to face danger. The courage and conviction to enforce the laws equitably to make sure that this is a safe community being a peacemaker being a person of faith is not diminish those strengths if anything it empowers it even more. So and to see that this young man had so much, you know, even the show the pictures of his family Grandpa's, two brothers, and his parents, you never lost a sense that there was love in that family. And that's what helped bring him to the demand that he was but then to choose a career in law enforcement, and to do it with such conviction in energy, and they talked about his energy like the kid was nonstop. Can you slow down a little bit? And again, it wasn't like he was he was chasing people chasing him. He wanna make a difference. But I remember the only thing they said was. The tragic way that he died in fortunate circumstances of his death. They all thought of, you know, would if I'd ask them to go eat with near would if he had gone here. Instead, he wouldn't have been there and lost his life. And they said, you know, what ninety nine times out of one hundred he would've still done the same thing. He was making a traffic stop to keep the community safe through traffic enforcement, and the other ways that he did they said ninety nine times out of one hundred Clayton still would've done the same thing..

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The Salt River police department does not want the recent death of officer Clayton towns into be in vain chief Karl Auerbach says it sends a clear message to the public example and emphasized every single day about having your full concentration on driving and to make sure that when you see an officer on the side of the road give that officer Seru pullover. A bit loud them to do their job safe obser- towns, it was laid to rest yesterday. He was hitting killed on loop wanna wanted Scottsdale by a driver who was texting Arizona's law enforcement community reeling. From the line of duty death of. A young officer director of Arizona's department of public safety. Frank mills dead says he knows the pain the Salt River police department is feeling right now all too well for DPS specifically Tyler EDNA hopper. Was the thirtieth trooper that we'd lost in the line of duty? And for me in the leadership position. First time that I've actually lost one of my men in the line of duty. Mel stead says these tragic incidents show the Boehner ability of the men and women in uniform. And I think if there's a bright light is it shines a bright light on that. These are just regular men and women out doing a very difficult job males stead asks the public to comply with law enforcement. And that includes giving them space on roadways, Ali vetnar, KTAR news. An officer involved shooting in timpee the fourth invalid this year and armed suspects shot and killed after Tempe. Police responded to a burglary call near forty eighth street in baseline subjects associated with this vehicle were possibly involved in some type of burglary activity the first officer on scene responded and made contact with the suspect vehicle sergeant Ron Elcock says the passenger ran off. Officer shot the suspect who died at the hospital. No officers are hurt. But one of the patrol cars responding to the shooting was involved in a crash near university and rural ten people say another car failed to yield to the lights and sirens bicyclists in. The intersection was also hit three people were seriously hurt. The officer is okay. If you live in Mesa, you're encouraged to sign up for a new program that will give police valuable information about who might be inside your house residency assistance program or rap is a voluntary program in which Mesa residents can give medical and mental health information to police and may come in handy, if officers are ever called their home detective, brandy George officers are dispatched to the residents where screaming is going on. Or maybe objects are being thrown because of the residents assistance program may may hear that. Okay. A twenty year old male lives there with autism violent tendencies, they can prepare themselves on what they're walking into hope that will make things easier for both the officers and others you can find out more at Mesa as. Dot gov by typing our AP in the search Bob McClay. KTAR news, stay twenty six of the government shutdown and President Trump for the second day in a row is sitting down with lawmakers at the White House. The president extended an invitation to the problem solvers caucus a bipartisan group of house members yesterday only Republican showed up for a meeting with Mr. Trump to talk border security, despite their name, it's unlikely today's group of lawmakers will reach a breakthrough to end the shutdown officials on the hill and here at the White House say still comes down to President Trump striking a deal with house speaker Nancy Pelosi Democratic Senate leader Chuck Schumer. Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. KTAR news time six oh. Seven..

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"To pay their respects to Salt River police officer Clayton Townsend his brother cold Townsend, I watch Clayton. Become a man who was was honorable had manners a direction life where he wanted to go. He was loyal to people who was hard working faithful kind generous. I could go on and on Townsend was killed last week by texting driver as he was responding to a call for service, the confirmation hearings for attorney general have resumed in Washington. William Barr now, I'm being questioned on border security. Members of the Senate Judiciary committee are asking his thoughts on the border. Wall point is we need money right now for borders looting a bat, including a barriers and walls, and slats and other things anything that makes sense in different in different areas of the border. If confirmed this would be the second time that William bar would serve as. As the nation's attorney general it's day two of the teachers strike in Los Angeles. Teachers, and it's definitely being felt about one hundred forty four thousand kids showed up for class yesterday. Knowing their regular teachers would be out moss Angeles unified school district superintendent Austin Butte, says the low attendance rate caused the district to lose twenty five million dollars in state funding to state the obvious. We need our educators back in our classrooms. Beautyrest asking everyone to lobby the California state government for additional school funding. Authorities said elderly man and woman from Goodyear have been killed in a traffic.

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"By Schwartz laser eye center. Honestly, I struggled a little bit to come up with the proper topic for a sharper point commentary today to talk more about Salt River police officer Clayton Townsend who's being laid to rest today about how he was killed in the most senseless way possible not by someone who was committing a violent felony. But instead someone who wasn't paying attention to the road. Do I talk more about the hacienda healthcare story? Everybody seems to have weighed in at this point, including former county attorney Rick Romley who's been hired by hacienda to investigate itself, and how on essentially comatose woman became pregnant while under their care. Yeah. Both of those are terrible stories that affect us emotionally. But and national story that may start affecting all of us financially is what I've decided to talk about the gosh darn shutdown. A New York Times opinion piece by political activist and a former labor organizer at me. Unbelievably shaking, my head up and down like well, do you? Remember, those toy Chihuahua? They used to have in the back window of the car. I'm shaking my head. Yes. Like, one of those the crazy part is this editorial. Says the TSA workers should go on strike. I've never really been sympathetic to federal workers striking and I don't think I ever been sympathetic to TSA worker. So what gives well visit a to'real invoked the thirteenth amendment to the US constitution, which says that involuntary servitude. Essentially being forced to work for free is against the law. If it's against the law for federal workers to go on strike yet. They're expected to show up without being paid. Well, that's that's a conflict of law. And I think the constitution wins out over any federal statute. Besides if the TSA goes on strike and grinds are commercial airliner service to a complete stop. It just might get the two sides over this border wall debate to move a little closer to each other. I mean, honestly the longer the government is shut down the closer. We get to a security crisis as well. So would it be in the interests of the president to give in a little bit? Maybe only get four billion for a border wall as opposed to five and wouldn't it be in the best interests of the Democrats to omit? Yeah. They voted for a border wall a few years ago and are now being. L hypocritical about it because well, it's that guy Donald Trump who wants it. Now. It's time to compromise people. It's what Americans want, and it's what will keep Americans safe. And if it takes TSA workers going on strike to get them there. Guess I'm okay with it. KTAR news time has made eleven. So now for the KTAR time line with Jason Graham brought to you by the husband and wife team Brier law protecting the rights of the seriously injured in Arizona since nineteen Ninety-six good morning. It's Tuesday January fifteenth and today back in nineteen sixty seven sixty seven was a big year. The very first AFL NFL championship game is played as the Green Bay. Packers. Beat the Kansas City Chiefs thirty five to ten you know, this game by its other name Super.

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"salt river" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Suburban Phoenix, tragically officer Clayton Townsend for the Salt River police department. Who had proudly served for the last five years was on a traffic. Stop. Was struck and killed by a passing motorist. That's police chief Karl Auerbach the accident occurred long the one a one loop in Scottsdale. Arizona the driver police say is cooperating with them Phoenix police are turning to science to try to find a rapist's obtaining search warrants for DNA samples for every male employees at an extended healthcare facility where at twenty nine year old woman in a vegetative state gave birth late last month. Democrats introduce new legislation in the house Tuesday that would impose tough new background checks on any firearms. Purchase former congresswoman Gabby giffords who was nearly killed in an assassination temps, urging lawmakers to pass stopping gun violence takes courage. The courage you what's right? I've seen great courage. One of my life on the line passage in the house is likely that Bill faces an uncertain future in the Republican controlled Senate. We've seen some strange things from those video doorbells porch pirates curious bears among them, but a case in Salinas, California might be the strangest of the top say this one is a new one for them. They say the video of thirty three year old Roberto Daniel, Arroyo licking the video doorbell for three straight hours. The parents not home at the time the kids were, but they slept through it. All police say they have images of him from all angles because he kept changing positions while he licked away. Copsey Arroyo faces prowling charges. They say they have no explanation for his bizarre behavior. Gary von Garten, Fox News in New York. I'm.

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"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From SAP. We have Ryan balls. Are he is the SAP safety services? So wanna tell us a little bit about what you do in the company for a supreme and community outreach and manage the SAP safety connection program and the program is focused on educating the public about the safe about safety around water and electricity. So as our p provides a valley with water and electricity, and it's really important for us. Not only for employees, but also for a community and the customers we serve to talk to them about water and electric safety. Great. Thank you for sharing that. And how about you? What do you do with the company with the company with the Salt River project? I'm in safety services safety is one of the core values at Salt River project help working with internally with our employees, but also externally working with the community a public outreach working with whether it's contractors of residential owners community volunteers things like that just to keep everybody safe in and around our facilities. And so something that you mentioned that sticking in my head prior to getting on the air. Was you talked about the importance of safety and the safety. Message is just as important internally as it is externally elaborate on that about SRP's philosophy on that. Yeah. So as a valley's largest provider of water to the valley and not only that but also power it's important for us to help people help you keep people safe around water. So safe around our canals. We have a large partnership with Phoenix fire. For example, another drowning prevention organizations in the community Phoenix children's hospital joining prevention coalition of Arizona to talk about water safety, but then with electrical safety, we also partner with a lot of injury prevention organizations sick help get the word out about how to be safer run electric city electricity is very generally safe to use..

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Steve Keim, Arizona Cardinals general manager, cited for DUI

Bumper to Bumper

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Steve Keim, Arizona Cardinals general manager, cited for DUI

"And from mcdowell road to roosevelt street according to police a collision at sixty seventh and mcdowell took out nearby power lines and left one person dead causing the outage the down lines affecting traffic lights in the area as well as lights on the i ten overpass which have all since been restored salt river project crews are working to restore power to the area but power is not expected to be restored until four thirty this afternoon arizona cardinals general manager steve kaime has been cited for a dui had happened july fourth kind was released the same nighttime and the came release statements this morning time said he regrets is incredibly poor judgment and inexcusable actions he apologized to the football team it's fans and his family the cardinals issued a statement saying they continue to gather information and will handle the matter appropriately and in accordance with all league policies as well as within the legal system the fire department says this would be a good time to brenner vigor unused fireworks daniel barone is a phoenix police fire inspector there's no other real safe way to dispose of them other than going setting them off can go to any fire station anytime say i have some fireworks she had.

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Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis

Mac and Gaydos

03:38 min | 2 years ago

Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis

"A few years ago my former college roommate night would hiking in sequoia national forest in california it's not whitney's located the highest peak in the lower forty eight states we didn't hike whitney but we did do the mountain next door just about the time i'm starting to feel pretty good about my fitness level were passed by a group of wildland firefighters who are doing some training not only were they doing almost double our speed of ascent they were carrying chainsaw shovels and other heavy tools that we weren't we saw them again barely a half hour later on their way back down having already achieved the summit again a lot of respect for wildland firefighters that day and that was years before i would ever attend a journalist firefighting academy wildland firefighters incredibly fit they're incredibly fearless when i use the word fearless by the way i don't mean that they possess zero fear i mean that they fear less than we do a healthy dose of fear helps them do their job safely but the less part makes it possible to face what they face how else could you charge into an area where the possibility of retreat from a two thousand degree unpredictable force of nature is not guaranteed such was the situation the granite mountain hotshots based on june thirtieth two thousand thirteen i was in the comfort of my home office on that sunday five years ago preparing my radio morning show when i learned to the loss of those nineteen men it shook me like few other stories ever have and i say that with more than two decades in the media and having reported from the iraq war i spoke with governor jan brewer on the radio the next day struggling to not only wrap my head around the tragedy of losing that many heroes at one time but also the best way to verbally commemorate them i still haven't found the words to jim sharpe and jamie west weekday mornings at five am for china's morning news on ktar news it is five eleven now police in arundel county maryland reveal more details about the shooter who killed five at a annapolis newsroom yesterday police chief timothy altamaari reveals more about that weapon we've confirmed i think that it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago police say the attack was planned and that the shooter had a history of run ins with the law he's already serving decades in prison for sex assault in michigan and now former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been charged in texas a grand jury in walker county texas indicting larry nassar on six counts of sexual assault charges stem from an investigation at a houston area gymnastics training center run by famed coaches belen martha karoly gymnasts have claims nassar abused them there walker county prosecutors stephanie stroud fill certain there are probably others that have not come forward she says no charges have been filed against the but a former trainer is being charged along with nasser alex stone abc news troubles at utah state university in nineteen year old freshman linebackers been suspended from the football team after being charged with raping a woman at a party this is a former player is charged in a separate case with assaulting seven women two fraternity members have played guilty in sexual assault cases in recent years a woman was arrested for extreme dui will leaving salt river tubing with her four children in the car maricopa county sheriff's department says the woman was two times over the legal limit the retold six passengers in the car three of whom were under the age of twelve coming up on five thirteen and this is what we're working on this afternoon the ktar newsroom it's hot and dry out there right now but miracle counties flood control district urges you to start thinking about floods nonetheless ktar's kathy klein has more during monsoon season flooding hit anyone at.

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"salt river" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"They were too amped up they certainly came out spoke to it said we like to do better and then they bounce back and do what they do that's gotta feel comforting this it they feel like and they're talking like they are veterans and leading that staff boy that's gotta feel good as you come back home here for the opening series at coors field yeah i think that's a good way to put it you know it's pretty evident they were not ready to compete well and you know those that first time through and you know get saddam backs and they you know like good veterans should they they evaluated what went on and learn some lessons and were able to apply immediately and that that's critical in terms of especially from our starting rotation you know being able to each guy being able to give us a chance to you know to win a game every time out and if not every time out almost every time out so you know it's good for them and and good for everybody involved in that process or coaches and front office and and making sure we understood what went wrong and then how to fix it and now that you're back here for the opening weekend but i'm curious what's going on at salt river fields talking stick i know you get extended spring training here and then the minor league clubs are getting started here this weekend as well yeah so the our affiliates you know for the full season affiliates they got started thursday night and you know in in our in our younger kids that are down at salt river fields at extended spring training started real read on saint time they they got a nice kind of extended break in between the industry training and the start of the extended spring program so you know it's they got a little time often it's at it and here we go and start the season so it's good to have good to have those minor league teams going and helps.

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"salt river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The almost timeless way have singing and underneath it or behind it instrumental textures where you can't always figure out what it is exactly that you're listening to so bright sunny south from sam amazon after we hear salt river another folk song arrangement from kaya cater on new sounds hmm oh those luna the moon i learned emily lau no oh the i am under under the law owner the go and the one the on and mm two.

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"salt river" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on WRVA

"R v a w r doesn't give you the forecasts they give you though weather i like that forecasts you can depend on top at the bottom of the hour radio eleven forty doubled you are va radio we eleven forty w va who does though r k there's a couple of stories the needle need to here today one a representative dan johnson he is a state rep out of the state of kentucky he was found on a bridge over the salt river in green wealth ford drive uh he was investigated for alleged sexual molestation he died they say of probable suicide bullet county sheriff donny canals said johnson drove to the bridge over the salt river on greenfell road in mount washington parked on the north side of it and shot himself in front of his car his body was found on the bank of the river just past the bridge just before five p m johnson posted the following message on his facebook page the accusations from npr are falls god and only god knows the truth nothing is the way they make it out to be america will not survive this type of judge and jury fake news conservatives must take a stand i love god and i love my wife she's the best wife in the world my love forever my mom and dad my family and all of my five kids nine grandchildren to in tommy's and many more to come each of.

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"salt river" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on Science Friday

"Almost thirty years and they never have in fact they're using it less now than they did a 10year cycle and the only reason they're using it at all now is is because of a groups like the group looking at the salt river heard um that essentially volunteer and do it for the government uh this is a really neat solution and i've seen it work and and it's uh not only better for the horses it's better for the taxpayer because you're not stuck with forces that you then have to feed for thirty years that you rounded up quick question for man a nap of california an i creek pillow go for him i yeah i've appoint make the comment that i read about two months ago that trump won he'll lauder all the um uh mocked paying wild horses that are you know um have been rounded up for adoption as well as lottery in all of the remaining wild horses that uh that are out in the wild and he ended up proposed upcoming budget it'll save ten point four million dollars the positively and he is doing it because of the pressure again from the national cattlemen asian okay lemaire let let me get it we let me get a comment that because we have to go what do you think of that uh david have you heard about that yet this so this is absolutely correct that there is pressure on of the trump administration to loose in uh the restrictions on what you can do with horses once the rounded up right now you cannot buy them and then sell them to a slaughterhouse i i think there are proposals uh in place to to loosen that up which has happened in the past uh politically we'll see if if that is possible uh there are a few members in congress that would openly of vote to slaughter uh uh.

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"salt river" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Jobs on the reservation the revenue taxes and royalty is all makeup about a third of the tribe's operating budget the salt river project the plan operator says natural gas at this much cheaper and makes more economic sense of plant closure means the call mind that beats the plant would also likely shutdown their benefit has been extent percy de l lives near that coal mine expense the water them and the help of the whole dozens of turns and they didn't outside the plants abuse into the atmosphere have cause serious health problems deal says but shutdown is an opportunity to fix the mistakes of the past and open the door to a cleaner future this so soon as the use much water nor do to alone and arm getting arm still is talking about green jobs like when the power to that end there's a plan to bring together for college's from the region to build a higher education center mirror than out of the generating station that's what cooking you know county supervisor lina fowler is working on to kev power plant employees a reason to stay base eric home owners these are dead people that come and shop or started work on an economic impact plan when she thought she had twenty five years into the plants closer now she says the tribe has just three years ten ask the big scary questions how do we help ourselves how do we help our children how do we help our neighbors how do we answer coming in to come together to help each other to keep our population hole and families whole fowler hopes the answers to those questions are able to do more than simply replaced the jabs lost at the power plant for an pierre knees and low morales in flagstaff.

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"salt river" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"salt river" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"Chills in general the numbers just don't see in as sexy in that respect just because i haven't right look publicly because we can forget you know apple is i really so what do they do and it's you know what's up question but you know software as you have said is not going to make a difference up anytime soon it's not going to it's never been like you know the searching for intimate margins offload but it wasn't you know that sort of late try issue in terms of that but you get his computer and get the salt river and then you have to get more software new stew quoting a one more seasons just horrible for me and just you know that's where was our earth kind of stopgap for now so if they can look good good sales growth ten kroenke said that it's the best quarter so far ever four but i watch series to his i want to help so maybe i did they might be a loophole off the zone realist well if they can it's schein so but i for long into that so watch so there we don't two minutes in a few seconds and and when i went back well and and just attack on from the few second that i had remaining for my time i mean look at what we just discussed with with honor potentially carving pieces back out of their phones we live in an era were apple is probably going to make in not insignificant some of money on don't goals and the doctors in i did something like that for do more like that for the i've done so so gotta we've got a trio of emails and wanted to through really quickly here they were really going great questions coming from great the question wait right now white is how is while wins hours to get today from you know i'd cast at pocket now dot com.

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