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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Initiative in southern Arizona. She hopes the VP's visit will lead to an end to the pandemic era policy. The Trump Administration implemented it forces most migrants to stop The asylum process in Mexico. Fleeing for your life is not essential travel and therefore asylum seekers haven't had access to certain people have just been sent immediately back, Williams tells Katie are her group has an outreach center in Nogales, Mexico, where they've been helping asylum seekers who were sent back. Kind of Friday light. That's good thing. Here's detour Dan in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Yes, we are pretty light. I mean, even the crash, but it is kind of like looking at the I 10 on the West side. That's the heaviest freeway can find And even that is only running at 17 minutes, no worse than any other average workday. But it doesn't look like there's only more than 3 to 4 extra minutes total from the 51 west of the one on the only hang up with the I 10. Is that there is some of that. Get out of town and get into town. Sawing at the Far West end between 33 and Varada way there's about 3 to 4 miles of light to moderate slowing And if you come in eastbound four miles moderate, slow and go all the way through that same area, also seeing some brake lights on the 17 north, about 16 to 17 minute ride from the split northbound up to Peoria and crashes at McClintock in Rio Salado Parkway, Seventh Avenue at the one on one and 99th Avenue north of Bell. This traffic report brought to you by 70. You sold back out at 72 sold, you will get thousands more for your hope You can pick your closed. Eight. Stay in your homes up to six months after closing, Go to 72 soul dot com Veteran and Katie are news. It's heating up through the weekend Tonight will be clear with a low of 84. Saturday brings sunny skies and a high of 108. Then we'll warm to 1 11 for high on Sunday Ozone High pollution advisories are in effect through the weekend. Then we'll see daily monsoon Storm.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 7 months ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:25 min | 10 months ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All right, coming up. We're gonna update John, one of the big stories of the day. There are new variants of the Cove ID. Virus that Well, Some are saying it could. It could hurt the vaccine. You're going to get You might have to get an extra booster. So it's not the best news, but we're gonna give you some good news that goes along with that, So that's all coming up. I saw this story last night almost fell out of my share. I thought it was fake. By the way. I thought it was a kiss. I thought someone made it up. So the front page of drugs and a few other big Washington Post I saw Washington post. Yeah, I saw last night. I thought it was fake. So here's the story. You know how Kelly Ward Was picked by her own peers and voted by your own Pierce. Yes, Keep her job is Thief Chairman. Share party chair. Whatever you want to call that the Arizona Republican Party Well, she she beat something named the Sergio Something by 42 42 votes. This dude is now required requesting a recount. He's Sergio. Do it. So, Sergio, Um, Errol, Errol in Llano. I don't know how you pronounce it. I just like the way you did. Carolina A rally? No, Okay. Are a lot of money confined, but I don't know Caroline. Oh, but you know, No, too. He's a business guy in southern Arizona, and he narrowly lost award. The 42 43 42. Yeah. He is. He has asked the State Party officials to audit the elected results. So I have a few questions here because I'm enjoying this story. Because Kelli Ward has has ruined Arizona's Republican Party is driven into the dish. She is driven it into a ditch. She is so bad at her job. I have so many Republicans to reach out to you say gate. Oh, so now you're an independent, but Kelly words disaster and I go. Yeah. Total disaster. She can't win a senate. She wants to be United States Senator that's laughable to never happen. Republicans will vote for another another party. You've got 10,000 Republicans who bailed the Arizona Party. The Arizona GOP. They're looking somewhere else I say. Come over here. We're independence. Um, So I'm just wondering Is Sergio doing this? Because Kelli Ward was trying to sue everybody saying that the election was rigged. She doesn't believe any vote. It was the right vote. She thinks the Dominion machines were. You know, there were like Democrats hidden in the machines, and they were there in this little tiny little tear up. Trump's trump vote. You tear it up. Is he doing it just to stick it to her. I just have questions for real. Like how? How could a person who so hated who's not raising money? Who has seen the state here? Almost flip to two blue and seen two senators go blue and see the state not be held by the Republican president, Huh? How Can she went, she went, How can she win it? Really? It's true. I mean her. Joe Biden share the same thing right? Like because you think about it like that was always the thing. Trump's out there. The economy's creates all this stuff. How does Joe Biden you could only get four people win. Oh, it must be the Dominion machine. Did dead people vote for Kelly Ward is that we're looking at now. Did she get dead people to vote for her? Because here's the thing. It's not a vote of People. Uh, that's not the voters it Xev odor. It's the people within our party, her peers, so it was laughable. She won the first time. It's even more laughable because no one's worse that her job then Kelli Ward. Democrats love this because Kelli Ward is a total failure. Yeah, I mean, you just gotta look at the statistics of the numbers and whose and you know who's winning these elections. Kelli Ward can't Doesn't have a win anywhere. Now she's got all else. She's she's got. She's got losses to just stack up. So I'm wondering if this is Hey, I'm Sergio and I'm just going to stick it to you and I want us Maybe you're right. Maybe maybe there was maybe she rigged it. I just I'm trying to get to and I'm not part of the process there. I don't know. I get a lot of people that call me or text me and say I can't believe she won When this happened. I was, like, really? I mean, they censured. You know, Doug Ducey. They sent your you know, Jeff Flake. They send shourd Cindy McCain. They went after, you know, all of them And yet still like Who inside of the party is that sold for her? It's like their own little Q party because most Republicans in Arizona look at Kelly Ward. They look at the head of the Arizona Party here, and they say that's not my party. That's a fringe part of it, and it is. It's a total French part of it. But I just think it's hilarious that because the joke over the weekend a was that Kelli Ward one again, But the second joke, the easy joke was, Hey, we should just have a recount. That would really that would really show her And then today we get the news. There's gonna be a recount. And he said, Look, I don't expect it to change. But he wants a recount. You know, give us so do Republicans not think any election is sound and fair? Or maybe he's doing it to prove a point that what she was doing was ridiculous. It's just you don't know No..

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:31 min | 11 months ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 1 year ago

Lobster Fishing Dispute, Oregon Forest Rights and Tribal Early Voting Sites

"This. Is National Native News I'm Meghan Camera Imprint Tony Gonzales. Confrontations continue between indigenous and non-indigenous lobster fishermen in Nova Scotia. Canada senior police officer is defending the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Response Dan Carpet Chuck has more the MP Commissioner Brenda. Lucky says, the RCMP is fully committed to keeping the peace keeping people safe and enforcing the law. She also confirmed that additional officers have been dispatched to Nova. Scotia there have been violent confrontations, property destroyed vandalism and lobster plant burned to the ground that after indigenous fishermen. Out of season claiming it was their treaty right to fish whenever and wherever they want a right that was upheld by Canada's highest court twenty years ago that first nations had a right to fish to earn a moderate livelihood but not indigenous fishermen auto ought to stop the indigenous harvesting saying that court ruling also said the government could continue to regulate the fishery an emergency session in the. Canadian parliament earlier this week failed to find a solution to the issue of just what is a moderate livelihood the chief this having Equity First Nation Mike sack says the dispute has caused his band more than one and a half million dollars and is fishermen are being shut out of the market. Nobody will deal with us like we reach out to so many trying to move lobster. Anyone could buy with a buyer's licence and nobody will take him so. We have a at least one and a half million dollar hit through our community are we can't sell our lobster Everyone in the area has been told that they will not take care if they take lobster. They'll be they'll boycott or blackness to sack says, it will take time to rebuild relationships in the industry with people in companies who are now afraid of retaliation if they deal with the indigenous fishermen sack says, he wants those responsible to be held accountable. He's also filed an application for a court injunction aimed at any harassment of indigenous fishermen with fleet is based for National Native News I'm Dan. Carpenter. A, native American tribe in Oregon has become the first in the US to receive full authority to manage its forests Kale CC's Brian. Bull reports the Bureau of Indian Affairs approved the Co Quell Tribes Indian Trust. Asset Management Plan Tuesday this grant autonomy over its ten thousand acres of trust forest land and resources a first for any of the country's five hundred and seventy four federally recognized tribes. Mark Johnston is executive director for the Co Quell Indian tribe we're. Just really excited about the opportunity to be I. WE respect the burden at that creates going I because you better do it right? You mess it up for those folks that come behind you. We know we're not going to be the only tribe that considers because of the value promise hopping perspective sovereignty or self-governance as a longstanding goal for tribes and timber is an important resource for the CO Quayle Johnston says annual revenue support, key programs including tribal healthcare and. Education for National Native News I'm Brian Bowl a federal judge ruled Thursday that he will not force the Pima County recorder to establish an early voting site in southern Arizona tribes reservation next week, and Gibson with Arizona public media has more the past Gliac he tribes sued Pima County. Recorder, F.. N.. Rodriguez. In an effort to reinstate in early voting site, her office closed in two thousand, Eighteen Jonathan D. as part of the tribes legal team, he says though this. Isn't. The result they wanted he knows tribal leaders will continue to advocate for voting opportunities in the reservation members of the we often tribe testified. I really highlighted the burdens and the obstacles that tribal members face in accessing early voting without honor closer to the reservation during the hearing the tribe argued that with lower car ownership distrust of voting by mail in higher rates of underlying conditions, and early in person voting site in the reservation would benefit its residents. For National Native News I'm Emma Gibson. I'm Megan Camera.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KQED Radio

"809 47 Auto This is here and now Joe Biden and Mike Pence are both campaigning today in Arizona, the state that could be critical for the outcome of the presidential election. Arizona also might decide which party controls the U. S. Senate. The incumbent Republican Senator Martha McSally, is trailing her Democratic opponent, Mark Kelly, in the polls and in fund raising that Kamina difficult road ahead for President Trump and the Republican Party. In a traditionally conservative state here in house. Peter O'Dowd is based in Phoenix, Arizona, and that's where he joins us from for the latest in our Senate track or serious. Hi, Peter. Hey, Jimmy. And let's talk about the candidates here, starting with the Republican Martha McSally, who was appointed To the Senate after John McCain died in 2018 Tell us more about Senator MK Sally and her record. Well before she was a senator, Martha McSally was a Congress woman who represented a district in southern Arizona. And I think for years you could say that she was actually a pretty moderate voice, especially on issues like immigration. And, you know, even now, she'll point out that she's bringing to the sixth most bipartisan lawmaker in the Senate, but no doubt over the last few years in the Trump era, she's taken a hard turn to the right. She even sounds like President Trump of these days on the campaign trail. In a recent debate this week, she started calling Mark Kelly counterfeit Kelly, very Trumpian nickname. And she's trying really hard to make. Kelly appeared to be tied to the radical left just like the Trump campaign is doing with Joe Biden. That said, I think it's also important to point out her personal story, which is a key to her image in this campaign. Martha McSally served in Iraq and Afghanistan. She was the first woman in U. S history to fly a fighter jet in combat and to command a fighter squadron. And Jeremy. I don't know if you remember this. She took a very courageous step in a committee hearing. Admitting that she was raped by a superior officer in the war. So Martha McSally says that she's a fighter, and I think it's pretty hard to disagree with that. Well, and her opponent has quite the personal story as well. Mark Kelly is a former NASA astronaut married to Gabrielle Giffords, who of course, has been recovering for years from being shot. In Arizona. Mark Kelly has never held public office and at the candidates first and only debate this week, he criticized the Trump administration's handling of the pandemic. We've got a serious crisis on our hands. We've got a public health crisis which spurred an economic crisis, and both of these things have been made worse by a crisis of leadership. Over and over again. We have been a step behind. Tell us more about Mark Kelly and what his campaign strategy is all about. Yeah. In some ways you have to feel kind of bad for Martha McSally because it's hard to stand out as a fighter pilot politician when you're running against another person who flew combat missions for the Navy but who also was a NASA pilot for the shuttle missions to space. But that's really not even why he's famous. Here is you said hey, is best known as husband to Gabby Giffords. After she was shot the couple form this group that called for tighter gun control measures things like universal background checks, and I think this is really where you get the sense of Mark Kelly is the politician. He's got to do what other Democrats like Senator Kirsten Cinema have had to do in the state to get elected, which is to tow a very moderate line, so he may be famous for his work on gun measures. But he's also got to say to voters that he's a proud gun owner and that he has no intentions of taking anyone's guns away. So if he is to win in Arizona, he can't get dragged down into debates that make him look like he's a deep blue Democrat. The issue of health care also came up at that debate. Here's what Muk Sally had to say. Republicans and Democrats can agree on a couple things related to health care. First is we will always protect praises in conditions. There's nobody who disagrees with that. The second is that Obamacare is failing. It's not working, and so what I'm doing is fighting for more options for people. McSally has voted to repeal the Affordable Care act, which, of course, protects preexisting conditions. What is each candidate offering on health care in this race? Yeah, You know, Jeremy, I've spoken with both Democrats and Republicans in this state who say this race has been very, very low on policy, Generally speaking, but if there is one issue that comes up a lot, it's health care. Especially in Arizona, because, of course, the state had one of the worst covert outbreaks in the world just a few months ago. So as you heard Martha McSally promises to protect preexisting conditions, despite her votes to undermine or repeal the affordable care act. She says that Mark Kelly in the Senate will mean the end of private insurance, the end of Medicare as we know it. On the other hand, Mark Kelly, again trying to tow a moderate line here, says he supports a public option to compete with private insurance. It says he has no intention of taking away private plans if you want them. So when you look at all the Senate races that are kind of up for grabs this time around, it seems like this is the one that the Democrats are most confident about. Why is that? Why is MK Sally trailing and pretty much all the polls? It's not even that she's trailing. It's that she's trailing by a lot in some cases. The New York Times CNN poll this week showed her down by 11 points, so she's been looking up Kelly the entire time and I think a big reason is demographics. The same demographic transit are threatening to turn Arizona blew in the presidential race. Are also affecting the Senate race. People are moving from or liberal, expensive states like California the number of young Latinos and immigrants voting for the first time in Arizona is growing really, really fast. But at the same time make Sally is actually doing worse than trump in a lot of the poles, and one theory is that she was never elected, You know, just a few weeks after she lost that race to Kiersten cinema in 2018. She was appointed to this Senate seat. And so she started the job with a lot of people thinking like that she had been rewarded for losing an election. And then one of the thing, I'll say is that John McCain is really still a beloved figure in Arizona, Jeremy and and while she's spoken well of him in the past, you've got a lot of heat for not defending John McCain Mohr when President Trump was railing Against him and McCain's widow, Cindy McCain. It has endorsed Joe Biden and at the same time, has said she has no interest in supporting Martha McSally. Here now is Peter O'Dowd in Phoenix. As we continue our Senate tracker. Siri's looking at Senate races around the country love another one for you next week, Peter. Thank you. The American poet Louise Glick won the Nobel Prize for Literature today, The Swedish Academy praised her unmistakable poetic voice that with austere beauty makes individual existence Universal. Lick was poet laureate of the United States from 2003 to 2004 and has won a number of awards, including a Pulitzer Prize and National Book award, and she was awarded the 2015 National Humanities medal by President Obama..

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Is Winter a Good Time to Fertilize Outdoor Gardens?

Plantrama

03:59 min | 1 year ago

Is Winter a Good Time to Fertilize Outdoor Gardens?

"Or false winter is a good time to fertilize gardens well, maybe if you live in the Southern Hemisphere. If. You live someplace. That's very warm and doesn't have a dorm winter growing season if you're in southern California southern Arizona Texas, Florida. But where I garden and where the garden goes dormant in the winter I would have to say, no, I would not recommend fertilizing in winter. What about you know I agree with that? I. Think. It's confusing to people sometimes because there are fertilizers that have winter in the label and or in their their title, and that gives people the idea that winter. Is the time to put these fertilizers down The reality is for many many areas in the wintertime. First of all, you should never put fertilizer on frozen solid because it's likely to wash away into the nearby water table when the soil is frozen before it actually becomes active number one number two many states have laws about putting down fertilizer in the wintertime. I did not know that Ya and in fact, everybody should google the name of their state and fertilizer regulations because states you know realize that fertilizer can be a problem for water quality and so in the state of Massachusetts. For example, it is illegal to spread fertilizer between December first and March I. That is absolutely fascinating and I'm so glad to know that because it's really true if you live someplace where. The. Of that fertilizer is going to go into a lake or stream that would definitely be a pollutant. I'm very glad to know that. Thank you for synthetic fertilizers which are. Not, organic fertilizers, but synthetic fertilizers to you want to put those down when the plants are actively using nutrients. From the soil, right? Yeah. That's why I gave my answer. I didn't know about the other thing. But yeah. So you you want to spread a synthetic fertilizer say if you're using it on your lawn turf is a pretty efficient use of nutrients in synthetic fertilizers but only in the warm growing season when that turf when those grasp plants are actively growing and so putting it down when the lawn. Is Dormant. Doesn't make any sense not only from your water quality point of view it doesn't make any sense from the money that you're spending on the fertilizer and the time that you're spending putting it down. It doesn't make sense to put it down at a time when the plants aren't going to use it and we should make a difference between fertilizing in winter and amending your soil at the. End of the gardening season because that's something that you absolutely can do when you're when you're cutting back your garden for the winter. If you WANNA lend your soil with some composter, some leaf mulch that's totally fine to do. That's very different and it's going to improve the texture of your of your soil and it's going to break down over the winter but actually putting down a synthetic fertilizer when. The plants can't use it as it's just pointless or even inorganic granular fertilizer because once again, that product could just wash away before it actually can break down in the soil because what what many people don't realize is that for an organic fertilizer to be available to plant the microbes in the soil have to break it down and those microbes are not actively doing that in cold weather microbes hibernate. Really technically hibernate but you get my point they hunker down in any case. So, for all those reasons, winter is not the best time to put fertilizer in your outdoor gardens.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"If you watch the premiere of SNL season 46 last weekend, you saw there was a studio audience. The people wondered how the show got by with that, Considering in New York Cove in 19 restrictions say, you can have an audience for media productions. You can only fill the seats with staff members will for the night. Those fans kind of were employees of SNL audience member said Steak au Vin 19 precautions than to prove the fans really were part of the show. Each member of the audience got a check for 150 bucks for their participation in the production. Jennifer Jones Lee Hey, If I knew the news has brought to you by Pacific Coast, Termite U. S. Border Patrol has raided a faith based group in Arizona that helps illegal immigrants crossing the desert. A dozen immigrants of the group's camp in southern Arizona were taken into custody Monday night. Seven volunteers were detained for a few hours. The group called No more Death, says it wants to stop tragic cases where immigrants die of dehydration and other preventable ailments. But the Border Patrol says the group was harboring illegal immigrants. Jail workers in Oklahoma City had been fired for what many parents of young kids would agree is cruel and unusual and punish unusual punishment. ABC is Jim Ryan says the disciplinary method involved the kid's song Baby Shark. Attack Least four inmates at the jail in downtown Oklahoma City say they were forced to stand for hours at a time their hands cuffed behind their backs. And listen to the song. The two jailers and their boss or facing criminal charges. It slow on the five in Boyle Heights up inside of the five delays start right around 60. That's gonna be pretty heavy through commerce on over to the 605 of the north, outside Bunches up in between Norwalk Boulevard and £65 out of the 1 10 remains a busy road leading south l. A just past the 105 out to the 101 also delays on the one on one step inside, leaving Sherman Oaks from Venice Boulevard to the 1 34, then again from Melrose over to the 1 10 Freeway. Eastbound tennis patchy coming out of Santa Monica from Sentinel over to the 1 10 Freeway and seeing some slowing if they're heading along 15 stuff inside, too Rich Cucamonga from about based life that's going to be slow to just beyond foothill High in the sky Hopes get you there faster. I'm Jalen Mortgage rates are at historic lows, so if you have a mortgage, refinance it and forget it, you'll never have to worry about refinancing again. Network Capital Funding is offering our lowest 30 year fixed right ever..

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Next scenario Here is you get an email from a client who says I was supposed to go on an African safari this fall, but obviously he had to cancel that I can reschedule it for the spring, but it's going to cost me nearly 30%. Maura go at that time of the year. But I feel it's worth the extra money because the animals were quickly dying off because of climate change. Mark is it We're paying a little extra to make sure I get the chance to see them. Well, I've had a lot of people cancel trips that they were taking. Certainly most of them haven't rescheduled, though. They've got their money back or got a credit and seeing where things happen. I think that's probably the best move. Because who knows what travel's gonna look like in the future? Unfortunately, I wouldn't pay 30% more for a trip. Especially. I think the man's going to be lower. In my case. I think there's going to be less demand of people want. You know people are going to be fearful for a long time. Unfortunately and not wanting to travel, so we'll see how that pans out. If You know if airfares going to be more or less, I really don't know. I could see it going either way, depending on what happens. But, you know, I think you know we will get past this. It's certainly unprecedented what we're going through, but we will get past this. You know, I'm a big believer that come the election things they're going to start to normalize and all this hysteria and panic is going to go away. But, you know, that's just my opinion. You know, I think that you know Do the best job that you can. If you're able to get credit for those trips or actually get your money back. I think that's the best position. But if you'd only give you credit, that's OK too. I mean, I had a big trip planned the summer that that's passed and I ended up getting all my money back. It took a little bit of Work, but I was able to do that. I think if you do, you will be able to get your money back. That's my take on it. I wouldn't pay more for a trip down the road and then a trip that you were paying for. That's just my opinion. Okay. Well, your opinion is usually a very reasoned opinion. Mark, you're listening to saving with Silverman with Mark Silverman of Silverman and Associates. And we're talking about everybody. Just calm down. Everybody needs to calm down for sure. And Ah, Let's say that you have a client who calls you or send you an e mail and says Mark, my son says I should put half my money in gold. I told him I would ask you about it. What would you say? Well, I've had that discussion. I mean, the gold things comes up. It's coming up again. Gold's up there right now. But if you look historically what gold has done if you've held gold, I mean timing the market no matter whether it's gold or stocks doesn't work. So assuming that you're buying gold and holding on to it If you look at the average returns of gold, they're really not that great over a long period of time. And the fact that you put your money in gold doesn't mean you can't lose a lot of people think if I put it in gold unprotected. No, not really. You could lose money in gold. And people have, but gold has had a run. Given what's going on with the uncertainty. The weather continues to run. I don't know we do have precious metals in some of our portfolios doesn't mean we're putting all of our money in there. We're putting a small portion of it. Into precious metals is away to diversify. So you know, just taking a money out buying gold. If it makes you feel comfortable, that's fine. I wouldn't take a significant portion of your money and buy a precious metal like that. Mark. I can easily imagine this scenario happened with one of your writer clients. Who says I know that we talked about waiting until I'm at least 65 to start my Social Security. But my best friend is telling me the money isn't going to be there later. So I should go ahead and claim it. Now what would be your response? Well, the money will be there later. The government can and will print money. If anything this has taught us throughout this time is the government will print money, So I'm not worried about the government coming falling short about coming up with benefits for so security. Taking it early, especially if you're working. You're gonna end up having to pay a lot of it back and probably the majority. 85% of it could be taxable. So it's a It's a negative negative. In my opinion of doing that, you want to take so security at the best possible time, and for most people, including myself, it's the only pension that we have. And so you want to maximize the best that you can and like I said, we have software that we can use, which can show you if you take it at 62 or 65 or 66 or 70 and show you based on your life expectancy, which is going to give you the biggest bang for your buck. And you should make that decision based on that, rather than running, fearful that the government's going to run out of money and not be able to pay yourself security benefits, well, no politician Wants to, you know, Cut Social security. It may be changing, but it won't be cut from your gut Follow. Decisions are good at getting reelected, and that's what they seem to care about a lot. A lot of folks out there might want to, you know, talk to you, mark. First of all, because you're a soothing voice and a voice of reason. A lot of people at their panicking right now scared, disappointed. And devastated about what's been going on. I'm going to give out the phone number here in just a moment. But what kind of things you're going to talk about when you have that first conversation? Well, it's whatever issues somebody has her questions concerns whatever. It might be a merry have many conversations with my clients as well as people who are potential clients that just have a question or need some help or guidance or whatever. And I want to be a resource for you and try to help you the best I can. That doesn't mean that everybody I speak, too becomes a client. But the least we can have that conversation and then mutually determined if that makes sense to go on to the next step and see if there's a reason for working together. So if anything I said, resonates with you makes sense. Whatever it might be, you know, reach out. Nothing happens until you reach out. But this is certainly a difficult time for everyone. I get it. And if I can offer any support, like you said, soothing or any kind of anything that I could do to help help you in any way to get you through this time, I'm certainly want to want to put myself out there for that. So You know, Ron will give you the information, but, you know, give me a call soon. This attacks and make sure to get you on my calendar for a conversation with me. Call for your complimentary 20 minute conversation with Mark Silverman. The number to call or text is 5203337601 It is. 5203337601 Mark Silverman at Silverman and Associates in Tucson, serving all of Tucson and all the Southern Arizona in fact, a number to call once again 5203337601 Fact call War text you're listening to is saving with Silverman with Mark Silverman. Silverman and associates. And we appreciate your being with.

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High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

Slow Flowers with Debra Prinzing

05:20 min | 1 year ago

High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm

"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Interesting thing on family handyman dot com They have Ah, Ah Wei to clean your screens I had never seen before they were using. A lint roller like you would clean your suits or you're close with, and they were just rolling him across the The screens. Go remove the dust dust and you know anything that's blown on it that that probably not Most That the deepest clean you could get on your screens. But if you're just trying to do something linking Lizzie, that might be especially right Now we're gonna have how many hopefully Bringing in the rain, so in between, they're just a little quick one over to keep him. Keep him well, I'll tell you Remember that the best trick I have found over the years on sunscreens is that aerospace 303 protected. I was originally turned onto the product by the place. We bought our boat from, and he said, This is what you need to put on all your upholstery cover. And so I've always kept a lot of it on hand. And one day I just went out to these large screens that we have in the backyard. I sprayed it on a little area. And I mean it made 10 year old son screens Look brand new. So we went after we just sprayed all the screens, and I mean they do They literally look brand new, and those screens are almost 15 years old. And what is it? It's called 303 Aerospace protected Okay, and I picked mine up at a place called truck access, plus 25th Street Mcdow. That's where my truck's Edo bed cover. Comes from and that's what they tell me to put on that the same product. So I've got it for that. I pick it up it Ah, truck access, and I'll tell you one bottle last a long, long time. So there's there's there's a couple of tips on taking care of your son screens. Hopefully they are going to be getting dirty in the monsoon dust storms coming up. Hopefully they get clean. By the monsoon rains. Let's see if we can go to phones. We've got Scott calling from Southern Arizona. Good morning, Scott. Good morning. Um, I had a microburst come to my neighborhood about a week ago, and it knocked portion of my fence down and I was wondering if maybe you could recommend,.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Number one, A number of school district's here in Southern Arizona and, of course in the Valley have said. We do not want to have in class teaching until it's Safe. We're gonna go by CDC guidelines, which that's all they are guidelines. There are plenty that are open, though. Bank of Ernie's Open so what each is open flowing wells is open, but Miranda and fight Tus de Catalina foothills. They are closed. We're gonna talkto county Superintendent of schools Dustin Williams in just a second about this, And I really appreciate that, Um, second thing that I think you need to know. Here we go, baby, the Arizona Department of Health Tweets out. I want my Facebook and Twitter and put around parlor as well. They have said they have done their death certificate matching which means they go back at looking at death certificates, weeks and months ago, and if they see anybody with two minor symptoms of the cove it of the Chinese virus, they change it. To a covert death. They added 23 deaths this morning. Because the two symptoms there are right now 88.1% of people that have symptoms but test negative, according to the Arizona Department of Health, So this is a scam. Third thing. I think you need to know Pema County. Ah, is they're taking the place. The parent's story by high pants Bud Foster. Says Pema County is using social media tic tac. They're trying come. Ah social media app. Where? Yeah, they're going to reach 25 under to say, even though your parents I disagree the home asking thing. It's cool, fun thing to do. You should do it. So there you go there. They're trying to undermine the parents. Three things. I think you need to know it's been a while and I'm really glad that prima county superintendent schools Dustin Williams is back with us dust. And how you doing, man? Garrett, How are you, sir? Good morning. Morning, man. I really appreciate it because you're coming out because you and I know what you can answer what you can speak of. But there are a lot of parents, including me that are extremely frustrated with what is happening. That all these school districts all at once decided all across Arizona to say we refuse to have any in classroom teaching. And here's the one thing I notice, and maybe you can clear it up. There's no science behind it. Where is the science behind? The reasoning to not have any in class teaching. Well, I think what you've got Dare right now. You just gotta Ah, lot of emotions rightfully so we're going through. Ah! It's super serious situation in life and You know, when we get the emotions and the politics and everything gets involved, Sometimes we lose the point of Of of what we're doing, and then how the mechanism actually works, so you'll find that argument of science on both sides. But really, it's kind of take a step back. And and how did we kind of get here? And you know your question of wired schools open and so forth in the state, and he see also across the nation is just everywhere. In mid March. We left we got schools closed. They didn't close. Her actual business. They just closed for in person and in the way that that closed was when a governor gives an executive order or the state Legislature. Give a direction of the law. The power shift. So you go from local control of government control. Once those entities take that, and once they take it, they have to give that power back, and that's where we've kind of gotten confused with. Schools and legislature and governor and right now this power is at that governor's office. When we left. We're in What's called Stage one, which is the shutdown mode. And we did that for awhile, and you saw the numbers do what they did. And I think we all agree that the lower the number we all feel better every single day. The lower the death, we feel better. Science. All that besides itself in those numbers are lower. We walk around and feel better. When when the governor reopened during the summer. You didn't take us out of for school out of what's called Phase one school for technically in this limbo phase with the governor's office. So what he did is he put another executive order. Sometime in mid June. It's on our website, school dot fema dot goes and its executive order 2020. Dash 41 what that did Garrett and said, Hey, Give us a ton of flexibility. Governor gave in and said, Hey, you want to go remote Go remote. You want to go in person Go in person. I'll make sure And this is for distracting charter schools. You want to not lose your budget. I'll give you a feeling of 2%. All really, really positive good stuff, except for one little clause in that governor's executive order that we really need changed so that we can kind of left school. Do what they can dio and one of the clauses this mandatory in person. Five days claws. Yeah, otherwise you guys lose a lot of money. Well, it's not the money part. We were okay with losing 2%. I mean, that's a blessing and to say the least we would have loved prior your funding, but 82% will take right. Anybody in the business world would even say that's the most I can lose. I'm taking it. McGarrett. Here is the thing If I did some sort of a blend right now, and let's just use these air. Just arbitrary numbers. I'm giving you let's say I did. Ah, ah, 50 50 50% remote learners 50%. In person. That little five day Klaus. Is the variable that we can't control. So what we wanted control when we open, especially where the numbers are right now and again. We just don't like Anybody doesn't like to hear these numbers. We get that, but What we want to do is we want to control the variables in the schools to make sure your sons and daughters and also all the stakeholders and staff can manage it if I've got okay. Hang on. Doesn't Dustin? Yeah. Dustin. I got you. Listen, man, You know what you're saying now is just making more parents like me more mad. Could we go back to the original question? Where is the science behind your decision That says the right thing to do is to not have any in person classes. Where is the proof that that is the right decision? Well, I think the proof is in the number of deaths that we see across the state. In a number of coded. I mean, wait a second. You're ignoring it, okay? Good God. Sorry to cut you off..

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Trump to celebrate border wall milestone in Arizona

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Trump to celebrate border wall milestone in Arizona

"President trump travels to southern Arizona today to mark the completion of two hundred miles of border wall and then leads a rally in Phoenix the president's planned visit to the Yuma sector near the California Arizona border is being described as a celebration of the progress being made in building the wall then he's off to Phoenix to speak at a students for trump convention at dream city church but Arizona is among the states where corona virus cases are spiking in Phoenix people are required to wear masks in public the mayor Democrat Kate Gallego says she's concerned about safety and is calling on the president and the governor to set an example and wear a mask trump's Arizona events come on the heels of his rally Saturday in Tulsa Oklahoma I'm Jackie Quinn

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Trump to celebrate border wall milestone in Arizona

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Trump to celebrate border wall milestone in Arizona

"Experts president predicted trump travels the corona to virus southern Arizona would stage a comeback today to mark wants the completion state started of two easing hundred miles lockdowns of border wall mandates now and surging then leads a rally again in in Phoenix parts of America the president's twenty percent planned visit of tests to the in Yuma Arizona sector come near back the California positive Arizona the nation's border highest is being rate described and as double a celebration the level health of officials the progress say being is made a problem in building hospitalizations the wall are up then sharply he's off to in Phoenix Georgia to speak and at in a students Texas for trump cobit convention nineteen is now at dream spreading city at church an unacceptable but Arizona rate Texas is among governor the states Greg Abbott where corona urging virus residents cases to wear masks are spiking but not in requiring Phoenix people it state are required wide to wear in masks AP analysis in public of Johns Hopkins the mayor University Democrat data Kate shows Gallego about five thousand says she's more concerned new about virus safety cases each and day is calling then on two the president weeks ago and the governor Miami to set beach an example mayor Dan Gelber and wear worries a mask months trump's of lockdown Arizona were wasted events come and on says the heels people need of his to rally again Saturday take precautions in Tulsa the only Oklahoma way we beat I'm Jackie this thing Quinn is if we decide we're going to beat this thing Sager mag ani Washington

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"A little bit it's the southern Arizona green building alliance into some part of it and it's it's going global warming fighting and social justice all wrapped up into one and wants businesses to check it out she can help you try to get your business but if you do any pro economic stuff know all about making sure you get a million trees planted she even admitted that third thing that I think you needed to know I I put the chart I took a screenshot of my Facebook page JP Morgan says as a stage and lockdowns this is incredible they're data shows as states and their lockdowns there is a Chinese virus infection rates also go down even after allowing for an appropriate measurement lag lag is not great so lockdowns are over and the infection rates go down you go on with life you live infection rates going up the lockdowns were useless they you know people scrambled we can make mistakes but we have to own up to and say we can't do this again right that's what it should be and by the way small detail here that the CDC now says the Chinese virus does not spread easily via contaminated surfaces did we learn that by the way from that role just in Bonn Germany when he said the only way to really get it is to be in an enclosed area but if somebody if it's on a surface he said if what the only way to really get is somebody coughs in their hand that has it Emily touch the doorknob then you are merely touch a doorknob and touch your nose your I or your mouth other than that you're good like you said you're right not really gonna get it when you go shopping we've talked about this and now the CDC you'll get why should we trust anything they say any government agency any government there so all they do is get it wrong three things I think you need to know now there are some states where you just you just don't need to live there right you just you don't the rest of my wife I don't care how big an offer is I'm not leaving here any time soon I think but there is there is I know is to better it would take a lot I mean even if it was a big offer I probably wouldn't go I mean if all of a sudden some California radio station offers because only a dollar it would it would be because I want to go to these kinds of stage where your quality of life is awful right I mean you can wear a mask right yeah and in one of those ninety states is New Jersey New Jersey New Jersey stinks to begin with it literally smells a horrible drivers but they have a Democrat governor that is a complete I mean job for a complete job Roney do you know that there there is this until this Jim I believe it's called they opened up very Ian Smith is unknown I see him on fox police showed up said you're in violation the governor's order have a nice day I literally go work out well guess what the health department you're sure this morning and shut him down shutting down we do not keep in the bill which is a I don't I I don't know it's danger people choose to do what they want they're choosing to go do this stuff like that's it no you're not an adult on the way the government were gonna tell you how to live and that's not the only thing I'm not making this up in New Jersey this is from a news twelve New Jersey and I'll stick this on my Facebook page news twelve New Jersey I'm not gay I saw the headline police interrupt business owner as she was selling items on Facebook live face book live she does so again store police found out she was doing it by snow but on social media and they wouldn't shut it down you gotta hear this to believe it this isn't gonna we're gonna run we're gonna pause it for certain parts because it's just so incredible Brady three the business owner's name in new Jersey's name Catherine herms and by the way she does talk to the media and the great thing is what you talk to the media she's wearing a white hat with black letters on a no the letter saying trump she doesn't give a crap you know we need to have that cocky attitude forget these nut jobs you say who you are what you are you don't feel shame about you don't hide it what are they gonna do I'm not I'm not saying we don't fight we don't do that either but we you know what I'm afraid I'm ashamed that I support trump admission I believe in freedom the machine that that I believe in freedom and you you just either ignorant or you are socialist so do you eighty three listen to this here we go non essential small business owner in Somerset County has several run ins with police for not shutting down the latest came last night as she was trying to sell gifts from our store online during a Facebook live video even though no customers were inside you still believe this year Murdoch explains I opened it says close so I understand it's a operating inside your story past eight o'clock because that's where it all myself into my home Catherine Hermes was conducting a shop.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"In southern Arizona have been told to stay away from a smoke shop and shuttle service in the area the base commander to clear the business is off limits because they adversely affect the health safety morale and discipline of personnel rain moving into the valley last night and you might be getting a little wet today as well Chris Coleman with the National Weather Service spells out what the next couple of days look like here is going to be a few periods of scattered showers today and then again tomorrow but for the most part a lot of people probably want to see any additional rain Coleman says we'll see a lot more sun as the week goes on and we could even hit the seventies by Thursday or Friday sports last night the Suns fell the Houston Rockets a hundred fifteen hundred nine is you men's basketball knocked off Louisiana Lafayette in Tempe seventy seven sixty five this afternoon the cardinals will try to put an end to their five game losing streak when they welcome the Pittsburgh Steelers St from stadium kick off at two twenty five on our sister station ninety eight seven FM is Arizona's sports station let's get a check now on our traffic and weather in the valley Chevy dealer traffic center it's Patrick roadie okay let's get a check now on our weather some showers this afternoon it should start to be clearing up sixty seven is your height it's cloudy right now it will be also cloudy tonight most clubs inside fifty four degrees and tomorrow partial sunshine some rain sixty four is your high forty seven is the low Tuesday mostly sunny sixty six degrees forty six later on on Wednesday more sunshine but also Klaus sixty six is the high that day Thursday mostly sunny heads up to sixty eight weather brought to you by Howard air whether replace or repair call Howard Air sixty degrees in Phoenix I'm Julie Livin on airs on this new station KJR news live streaming and show podcasts on demand the apple store and Google play live streaming audio on the KTLA our news app is presented by Sanders in for.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Education as southern Arizona school is pushing for more transparency literally to increase school safety K. T. A. R. as Taylor camera joins us live to explain that's right Jamie Douglas high school students won't be packing a backpacks come Monday the school is switching to a clear back policy to increase school safety however Maricopa county sheriff pulp and down says that doesn't address the root of the problem when the state now we're trying to accomplish is to stop a threat once already arrives at the institution I really love the last ditch effort however pens on did commend the school for keeping school safety top of mind than than was previously a member of the Arizona school safety task force in his department has their own school safety initiatives live in the newscenter Taylor cara PTA our new governor Doug Ducey is announcing a new player in Arizona's institute of automated mobility that second source of focusing on automated vehicle science safety and policy tonight I'm excited to announce that a new partner has joined the I am team none other than the country's largest auto insurer State Farm diseases Arizona's building partnerships in laying the groundwork to build a reputation as a premiere tech hub for years to come more than a year after a self driving uber car struck and killed a woman in Tempe there are new developments the national transportation safety board will meet in DC next month to determine the probable cause he DA our legal analyst Monica Lindstrom says the NTSB could submit safety recommendations it is important to note that the NTSB does not have the power or authority to issue criminal charges or even implement its own recommendation the other by county attorney's office.

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"southern arizona" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Won the blues buddhist to ice by the celia you can go to their performance at democracy now are interviewing them that democracy now dot or it i'm amy goodman with one gonzales this is the warren peace report we turn out a tucson arizona where federal prosecutors said tuesday they will retry humanitarian active is scott warrant on two charges is related to aging migrants along the us mexico border if convicted he faces up to ten years in prison this comes just a few weeks after a jury refused to convince warren for providing water food clean closing beds to undocumented migrants crossing the northern desert in southern arizona state jurors found warren not guilty for said he was federal prosecutors will make their case against warren again an eight day jury trial in november they dropped a conspiracy charge against scott warrant isn't activists with us americans and no more deaths switches help refugees and migrants survived the deadly journey across the us border by leaving water and food and the harsh and are in desert where the temperature pitcher often reaches three digits during the summer months warren responded to tuesdays announcement by pledging that work to assist migrant population would continue he was speaking outside the federal courthouse in tucson ten troublesome my friends and family and loved ones but all of us all of you a we've done our best can we really should take a moment to celebrate that as we prepare for this feature why do you not know what the government has hope to accomplish here i do know what these facts of all this has been in will continue to be raising public consciousness a greater awareness of the humanitarian crisis in the borderlands more volunteers who wants to stand in solidarity with migrants local residents defending their resistance the border walls in the militarization truth asian communities water water in the desert at a time when most thank you for all your support and i love you all very very much that scott warren he's strong support from elected officials human rights defenders faith leaders across the world and a letter last week fifteen you at senators urged the department of justice to drop.

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

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Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier gives first hand opinion of the Mexican Border

Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas

08:57 min | 3 years ago

Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier gives first hand opinion of the Mexican Border

"Sense of culture. It's a very diverse community now in your experience working as the sheriff in Pima county. Obviously different from when you're in Tucson being right there where we're having these conversations but earlier even when you weren't along the border. What was your experience when it came to illegal immigration how that was affecting crime and national security? Well, I the issue of illegal immigration from crime because they're not the same thing. Many people who immigrate to this country without proper documentation have no intention of committing a crime basket or in this country without proper documentation, many of them are very struggling in their home-country coming here for a better life declined picture, which is faced is a Tucson police officer and then commander on the south side of Tucson is was a drug trafficking. We have load houses throughout my area and a drug rip crews would come from the border and actually engaging gun fights with other drug dealers in our community to steal either drugs or money or both. And of course, crime associated with human trafficking, the coyotes and bandits would prey upon the undocumented is our bottom across the border, and there was crime associated with that so often, and too often in my opinion, we. We we don't separate the issue of illegal immigration from transnational crime. They're not exactly the same. They kind of blend together a little bit. But so many people Patty in this world is specially in Central America, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, are making very very desperate decisions. And you and I probably everybody listening with food in our stomachs roof over our head and safety. Can't imagine the desperation some of these people feel and and they they walk hundreds of miles to try to come to this country for a better life, many of them are victimized criminally victimized by the environment, which is very harsh and southern Arizona during the summer and many of them lose their lives. And that's something. I've heard you talk about whether it's their the migration and trying to walk from wherever you make that that that journey to the borders or after the cross the border into your jurisdiction. I know that you've talked about how many bodies you recover throughout the year. How about how many did you have last year? Well, over one hundred bodies were covered in in the desert Pima county, those are the ones we find and the tragedy is that. We absolutely have no idea how many are out there. And imagine that you are in Honduras, or all Salvador and five years ago, you kissed your family goodbye and said I'm going to walk to American the hope of a better life and last week. My deputies found your bones. And we'll never know who you were your family will never know what befell you, and that's that's a human rights issue. So proud of the president last week when he led with the humanitarian issue that was the first thing he said in his address last Tuesday night, he talked about this humanitarian crisis in Israel. I see it. Mike, Mike county all the time. And we're keenly aware in this part of the world the impacts of that humanitarian issue. Do you struggle with the the vocabulary of the language that's used in these arguments? A you mentioned that the president framed it in with the words of humanitarian effort, you know, and I have to be part of that is informed by perhaps the two children who lost their lives and other people who are struggling and suffering. Do you would you prefer that the president and other politicians perhaps found a better way to have this public discourse? Yes, I'm really disappointed in and honestly from my viewpoint. I am a Republican sheriff. But there's most certainly enough blame to go around. I think what you're sheriffs in thirty one border sheriffs Senate, the international border with Mexico, and we'll we'll collectively responsible two thousand miles of international border is that we have people that come to excuse the phrase are part of the world, and they'll stand by Puerto of entry, and they'll get their picture taken with some people in uniform and fly back to Washington DC experts on the border. Well, that's ludicrous. We live this every day of this has been my home for thirty one years. We have a pretty good handle on this and the rhetoric. The political rhetoric is so charged in Washington DC on both sides of this issue that we're not moving the ball forward. And unfortunately, this has become a battle of who wins a political fight. And don't we send people to Washington DC, not to win for Republicans or Democrats, but to win for the American people, isn't that why we sent him to Washington DC? So I'm I'm. Troubled, by the fact, that we can't seem to move the ball forward. We're talking to sheriff Mark Napier. He is a sheriff of Pima county Arizona with over one hundred and twenty miles and his jurisdiction is on the border with Mexico. He is our experts as mentioned folks, go down, and they take a picture that we have these arguments we act as though we are experts, but he is living this day to day with the men and women that he works with in law enforcement. They're really putting themselves out there and trying to keep everybody safe. We're gonna continue our conversation in just a moment with the sheriff. We'll take a break here, sir. If you don't mind, thank you, Donald right back more in a moment on seven twenty WGN. And this is your conversation. Three one two nine at one seventy two hundred. If you have any thoughts you'd like to share with us, perhaps you have a question for the sheriff. We'd love to hear from you three one nine eight one seventy two hundred this is firefighter Raphael for

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"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"southern arizona" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Listen to this show. This show is making me thirsty. How can you not like my third Cup? That's fantastic. Only could be only if it could be as good as good tasting as kinetico water. Kinetico water is fantastic. They've been around. He's might say. Well, come on Garrett, a water thing thing, whatever it's all the same. I got a filter on my fridge, but not the same not the same at all. As a matter of fact to Michael yesterday, Michael Connecticut. Yes, I did. All right. So he was telling me the his filters are so good. They can filter out single celled organisms viruses. Uperior water. Yup. Dirty chlorine, even though it's it's supposed to be good for to clean the water. You drink chlorine. It dries you out. Yes. It does the calcium in the water is horrible throughout the south west. Apparently, it destroys everything that has any kind of water going through it imagine what it's doing to your insights. Exactly. And you can avoid that entire nightmare. The Ryan just scared. You about by calling kinetico to nine hundred sixty six eighty seven no matter what your budget is. They have a solution for you at kinetico. I love my system had almost two years now. And, you know, Ryan brought up something very interesting chlorine dries, you out if you don't have a clinical system. You're you're showering you're bathing in this southern Arizona water, and it dries out your skin becomes flaky becomes itchy. You get cracked everything we've had our kinetico system. The showers are better at soft water. This soap suds up you don't feel dried out its luxurious. My wife loves it. Which makes me happy because I don't hear maybe that kind of stuff Connecticut. I have a whole house system. They have other options as well. Like Ryan was talking about kinetico's K five drinking. Water system certified to remove more contaminants than any other system on the market. Like Ryan said only residential system that removes bacteria and viruses. It doesn't happen when you have those filters on your fridge doesn't work that way. No, no, get Michael.

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Doctor Urge Early Vaccinations As Flu Season Approaches

Rush Limbaugh

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Doctor Urge Early Vaccinations As Flu Season Approaches

"Fox News. We report you side. Fighting for votes in Tucson. I'm Greg Paul S T news. The two candidates vying to be governor bolt tried to brand the other and disagreed on. Southern Arizona's economy during their one hour debate last night here in Tucson with six weeks to go before November's midterm election. The biggest topics governor Doug Ducey and democratic challenger David Garcia touched on was educated. The economy jobs and border security. Recent polls find doozy has pulled into the lead with likely voters in the race. Last year's flu season was one of the deadliest on record and this year, seven ninety K. And Debra Dale reports. People are being urged to get their flu shot early banner health senior director of infection prevention

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Ed Donahue, Francesco Molinari and Trump discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:51 min | 3 years ago

Ed Donahue, Francesco Molinari and Trump discussed on 24 Hour News

"Duck boat. Recovery I may Donahue with an AP news minute The coast guard pulled the duck boat that capsized in. The lake in Missouri out of the water seventeen people died the duck will be transferred from, the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board and that will they. Will take, possession of it for. The completion of the interview. I'm sorry completion of the investigation President Trump said on Twitter the Russia investigation is a fraud and a hoax designed to target him and. Demanding an immediate end. To what he called the witch hunt this is press secretary Sarah Sanders is referring to. The claim that his campaign had anything to do with it a hospital says five of the fourteen people shot by a gunman who went on a, deadly rampage on. A Toronto street are. In serious or critical but stable condition. Two people were killed the gunman is also dead in Toronto parts of southern Arizona have been placed on excessive. Heat warning temperatures, could approach one hundred twenty degrees this week, I'm, Ed Donahue a copy. Of the famous join or die political cartoon From a newspaper that Benjamin Franklin owned. In seventeen fifty four is up for auction it's the only copy known to exist outside of the library of congress the cartoon features the colonies fractured, in the form. Of a serpent and. It was aimed to rally the British. Colonies to join against the French and their native American allies during the seven years war between Great Britain and. France Sander's auctions. Says bidding will begin at forty thousand dollars, on, Thursday Very few saw him coming AP's grandma reports Francesco Molinari emerged from a crowded pag to win the British Open on a day with a British Dunkin leaderboard feature Jordan Spieth, Rory mcilroy and Tiger Woods it was thirty five year old Francesco Molinari emerge from the crowd to claim his first major win it posted a final round two under sixty nine. To finish it eight.

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China probes stainless steel imports from Indonesia, EU, Japan, South Korea

24 Hour News

02:41 min | 3 years ago

China probes stainless steel imports from Indonesia, EU, Japan, South Korea

"Duck boat. Recovery I may Donahue with an AP news minute The coast guard pulled the duck boat that capsized in the lake in Missouri out of the water seventeen people died of the duck will be transferred from, the Missouri state highway patrol to the National Transportation Safety board and that will they will, take, possession of it for. The completion of the interview, on sorry completion of the investigation President Trump said on Twitter the Russia investigation is a fraud and a hoax designed to target him and. Demanding an immediate end. To what, he called the witch hunt this is press secretary Sarah Sanders referring to. The claim that his campaign had anything to do with it a hospital says five of the fourteen people shot by a gunman who went on a, deadly rampage on. A Toronto street are. In serious or critical but stable condition. Two people were killed the gunman is also dead in Toronto parts of southern Arizona have been placed on excessive. Heat warning temperatures. Could approach one hundred twenty degrees this week I'm. Ed Donahue China's. Launched a trade probe of steel from Europe And South Korea the commerce ministry says it will look into whether some stainless steel products from the European Union South Korea Japan and Indonesia are, being sold that. Improperly low prices and. Should be subject to anti dumping duties. Chinese leaders have been attempting to rally support from European leaders and South Korean business people against President Trump's tariff. Hikes on imports. From China in a dispute over Beijing's technology policy Leaked documents, show that British officials are not requiring American counterparts to provide assurances that two alleged British jihadis will not be. Executed if put, on trial AP correspondent Charles de LA desma has the story the Daily Telegraph newspaper. Reports it seen a letter from home with. Secretary savvy Javid to US attorney general Jeff Sessions concerning to individuals who've been in custody since, their arrest, in Syria in January the telegraph continues the Javid has told sessions that Britain would not seek assurances. That the two would not be subject to execution following any trial the league is of interest given. Britain is a long-standing opponent of the death penalty Charleston with desma on them A copy of the famous join or die political cartoon. From a newspaper that Benjamin. Franklin owned in seventeen fifty four is up for auction it's the only copy known to exist outside of the library of congress the cartoon features the colonies. Fractured in, the form of, a serpent and it was aimed to rally the British colonies to join against the French and their native American. Allies during the, seven years war between Great Britain and.

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Body cam shows controversial Waffle House police encounter

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Body cam shows controversial Waffle House police encounter

"Meeting our top story a new video has surfaced showing alleged excessive use of force by mesa police department the alleged victim jose louise conde says he was victim what what he calls a brutal attack by mesa police house search down to the ground heat until wa i was i was punched over and over by multiple cops gouge hi i was hitting the head with a massive police flashlight who's comes after seven mesa police officers around leave linked to other incidents recently in the spotlight showing alleged excessive use of force you can see the latest video at ktar dot com the border patrol agent who was shot in southern arizona earlier this week recently played the role of hero national border patrol council president brandon judd tells arizona's morning news that seem agent of saved the life of an infant who was choking a couple of months ago agents you know not only do they enforce the laws but they perform a huge humanitarian mission as well and they do put their lives on the line to save other people wounded agent is still recovering darwin's been charged in the shooting yet but several people who were in the area what had happened are in custody for immigration violations strip says his experience while deployed with the military kicked in a year ago when a shooter appeared on the baseball field as lawmakers practice in alexandria virginia louisiana congressman steve scalise was hit one strip says he applied attorney kit to the wound until help arrived a year later the lawmakers will be back on the field congressman brad onestroke i just i'm gonna think how grateful we are for all the divine intervention that took place that day that all of us are still alive and back for another day stephanie ramos abc news it's twelve thirteen here's what we're working on this afternoon indicate a our newsroom the family of a chandler soldier killed in somalia remembered him today ktar's kathy klein is at the arizona national guards papagos park military reservation and as the story yup jacob conrad phoenix police officer and army reservist got up to talk about his brother he said big brother alex loved and was.

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Officials: Border agent was attacked by several assailants

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

02:40 min | 3 years ago

Officials: Border agent was attacked by several assailants

"In the news center nylon ktar news there's new information about the shooting of a border patrol agent in southern arizona tucson sector says the wounded agent is in stable condition and in good spirits the agent is a trained paramedic and was able to get to his vehicle and administer first aid after being shot up patrolling a remote area alone near era vodka border patrol says the agent was attacked by an unknown a number of assailant striking him several times several people were arrested in the area on immigration charges but so far not been connected to the shooting jeremy foster ktar news president trump is back in washington now after his summit in singapore with north korean leader kim jong un vice president mike pence is weighing in on the summit as we move forward the negotiations we now will trust but verify our sanctions will remain in place until north korea's nuclear weapons are no longer a factor pence told the southern baptist convention today that the meetings were direct honest provocative and productive senate democrats are introducing an amendment to prevent president trump from withdrawing u us troops from south korea unless it's in the us national security interest senate foreign relations committee chairman bob corker says he's taking a wait and see approach i don't even know again if that's real again i don't typically again mattis or pompeii or somebody over reagan vein and we'll say cars the move is in response to comments that president trump has made since the summit with north korean leader kim jong un that the us will stop quote socalled war games over the korean peninsula if kim starts denuclearization of north korea president trump's former personal attorney is now expected to work with federal prosecutors who are investigating in the law firm that has been representing michael cohen is not expected to represent him going forward and no replacement attorneys have been named instead we're told cohen is likely to begin cooperating with federal prosecutors in new york who have been building a criminal case against him white house aides have long told us they're more concerned about what cohen knows than about anything that has been across the desk of special counsel robert muller that's abc's aaron katersky because of arizona's longterm dropped the the communities of pine and strawberry are being asked to curb their water usage those communities are now under a mandatory outdoor water use restriction until further notice the pine strawberry water improvement district wants to limit watering of lawns and gardens and washing cars until significant monsoon rainfall helps ease the problem the ground is baked.

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