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"timpee" Discussed on On The Media
"Hit and killed a woman in timpee tempe. Arizona police say forty nine year old elaine hers burke was walking a bicycle across a busy busy thoroughfare frequented by pedestrians sunday night. She was not in across wall. The autonomous vehicle promoters began to explain to us what we need to do about this. One of them said we just need pedestrians to follow the rules and defer to automobiles more. I think what this well intentioned statement went. Signifies is the fact that we have forgotten how much we have compelled everyone to conform to systems that assume the driving is the best way for everyone to get around. When you don't know that history you tend to think well. This built world around us is a reflection of what we wanted and a reflection of expert expert judgments in fact. If you look at the history you'll find that this world around us is the result of an effort to sell us and sell our the government's on the notion that we have to rebuild our world for cars. I have to push back here. Is it necessarily bad that for for example pedestrians will have to learn to make accommodations for the benefits that soft driving cars or any other technological advancement. It's been made bring us isn't that part of the deal. In the moving target that is society ideally technology offers choices but i think what you'll find is that often technology takes away choices if you could have a future where autonomous vehicles make it possible for you to choose use to go by vehicle by foot by bike by some other mode well that sounds like a very attractive future to me and i have nothing to find fault with.
"timpee" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"The doll was that the doll was taken into four year old. They know where she's at. They wanna come restor to have at it. I'm not speaking to any of that. What I'm saying to you is this family dollars not pressing any charges. The police have not charged them with death. That's what I'm saying, these innocent people, these innocent people. But even if they saw every damn role of tin foil, even if he stole ten packs of underwear Anna Partridge in a pear tree, Family Dollar that does not justify what we see on that tape. Yes. But does fleeing the police justify it this fleeing the please not once but twice justify what you saw that tape. Now, let's add to the fact that driven Ames was driving with a suspended license in. Why was this a spended? We'll, there was a suspect that I have read allegedly is suspected DUI. And now we find out that he has been arrested before he was arrested for, for attacking police. It is reported in timpee, and that he was getting high. Before he before he got involved in the incident. So none of I understand why driven aims, does not want to talk about the police report. Or maybe previous police reports. And none of the family wanna talk about, you know, the, the. Previous encounters. They've had with the police. Impossible incarceration. But you know what I'm willing to talk about it because it's part of the context here. I also have other questions. And I've been trying to find out exactly who the woman was because there were three adults in the car and, and children. And at the police told driven aims to pull over and he drove off one of the adults in the car made a very crucial decision. And for some reason she's that being talked about. Well, I'll give her her do. Five thirty five..
"timpee" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Spirit. Came through in Texas. Tell you what happened at four fifty forty three minutes after the hour. Time for east side. Site, traffic will pile policy at once again, if you're heading home, or taking the ten westbound, we've got a crash here on the east side at Casablanca road. That's westbound tenant. Casablanca also wreck reported eastbound make that westbound on the superstition freeway Stapley, crash off right. Mackillop's and another wreck. Right down the freeway shout down one to one block on the shoulder at the sixty one westbound new wreck near cave creek road. That's got the right lane blocked off Chandler crash almost cooling, Elliott. Timpee on university. Drive just east McClintock gonna hand things over to steep trail on the west side. Well, we have an accident at all right? I ten eastbound at the I seventeen split I seventeen southbound at sixteenth street. We've got a crash on the offramp one-to-one westbound between thirty fifth and fifty ninth avenue. Slow vehicle fire twenty seven th avenue, advan Buren. Also in incident involving a pedestrian seventy Fifth Avenue at Thomas and action Thunderbird east of Thomson ranch road next traffic. That's coming up top of the hour. Steve Trela five fifty K up, why this report is sponsored by Aren K, building supplies piece seventy percent of heat gain in your house comes through your windows, and attic, Aren K can help with attic insulation. He blocking shades or new energy efficient windows don't suffer this summer. Let Aren que get you comfortable. Visit Aren K dot com at the busiest time of your day..
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Into the same pool of insurance that the big boys get I mentioned banner the Amazon cardinals Ali veterinary KTAR news, Arizona ranks third in the country for economic momentum. According to a new review from state policy reports Jim rounds with rounds consulting group tells KTAR our state is proving to be among the greatest for business the higher quality workforce compared to what we had in the past. It's a solid transportation system again regulations taxes round says we're lucky to have a governor who is so business driven. He says Ducey makes it very attractive for businesses to come here. The president of the Amazon hotshots football team is shocked that the alliance of American football has a spended operations. Just eight games into its first season. Scott brubaker tells ninety eight seven errors at a sports at it. Looked like the league was off to a good start. Football was really good TV numbers were exceptional under the circumstances. We were thrilled the AFC majority owner and chairman Tom Dondon decided to pull funding for the league. The board of directors said in a letter two players that it would attempt to restructure and look for new investors. Arizona's Senator Kirsten cinema is praising the city of timpee for the way it supporting those affected by Alzheimer's and dementia. Cinema told the Senate aging committee that Alzheimer's is affecting a lot of Arizona's over one hundred forty thousand area zone in over the age of sixty five live with Alzheimer's and that number is expected to increase by forty three percent. I twenty twenty-five grandmother is an Alzheimer's patient. As is the mother of timpee mayor Mark Mitchell. So he partnered with the banner Alzheimer's institute, and it has made Tempe into the nation's first Alzheimer's and dementia. Friendly city Tempe has trained thousands of volunteers. And first responders to recognize respond to Mench dementia suffers in the community. She says the city's goal is to let patients and their loved ones know that they're not alone. Bob mcclay. KTAR news KTAR news time, five thirty seven. Thank you, Jamie. Here is Dani Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"That line was scheduled open in twenty thirty six Arizona Senator Martha mcsally visited Luke air force base today. She spoke about the action she's taking to combat sexual assault in the military. KTAR Leone is live in the news center with more on that. That's right. Becky, Martha mcsally says she created a new initiative called the special victims counsel directed by congress. We now have a lawyer in the room who's actually representing the best interests of the victim, which is something that doesn't even exist in civil society. This is a pretty major the special counsel for this region was actually in the meeting with us. Earlier this month. Senator make Sally told members of the Armed Services Committee. She was sexually assaulted while. She served in the military. She said a superior officer raped her mic. Sally says she came forward to help create change in reporting and following through cases of sexual assault in the military live in the news center. KTAR news neighbors of the Maricopa mother who forced and be used her kids to star in a YouTube channel said they had no idea. This was going on behind the scenes we spoke to an abusive prevent an abuse prevention organization. Organization that tells us that we need to be aware of some of the warning signs are not playing outside are not attending school are not doing what most kids do who live in neighborhoods with their family this Rebecca rough ner with prevent child abuse Zona. And she says there's no real reason as to why some parents abused their kids at times, she says it can be linked to mental illness. We have new details on the wrong way. Driver who crashed on state route fifty one year Thomas road Tuesday night. DPS says Justin Lopez was doing ninety nine miles an hour on the surface streets and on the freeway to court documents say Lopez failed to stop and fled from police before crashing into the median. He's facing multiple charges, including aggravated DUI and the family of Elaine hers Berg, the woman hit and killed by a self driving. Uber is suing the city of timpee and the state KTAR is legal expert. Monica. Lindstrom says the family settled privately with Uber less than two weeks. After the wreck the plaintiffs allege both Zona in Tempe were negligent responsible for the death because they failed to provide oversight. An Uber self-driving program and technology. Lindstrom says the plaintiffs have a difficult case due to the investigation so far and the technical aspects of the self driving technology. It's also likely that case won't be resolved for a few years. It is coming up on five seven. So let's get another look at traffic.
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR news. Arizona's news station. KTAR news on ninety two three SM Bruce, Saint Jeeves and Pamela Hughes. It was almost a year ago. Yeah. March of two thousand eighteen is when we heard the story of a woman struck by a self driving car, but a lot of people said was the first time one of these autonomous vehicle. Self driving vehicles had actually killed a human happened right here in Tempe. Then we saw the the the grainy black and white video from inside the vehicle looking out. An Uber fundamentally changed some of its policies here. Because of I think it's important to point out that it was Uber because we still have a lot of Waymo 's driving around the the valley, and it wasn't Waymo further along I think in their self driving car technology, these are competing technology. Yeah. An uber. You know decided to get out of the game. Then eventually, but yes, we had last March a woman who was struck and killed in Tempe by an Uber car in the self-driving mode. The family has now filed a ten million dollar claim against the city of Tempe. The family of Elaine Hertzberg has filed a ten million dollar claim against the city pointing out the city installed a brick pathway in the median, even though people were not supposed to cross there that break since been removed. ABC fifteen reports to claim a seeking five million a piece for hers, her husband and daughter. She was killed last March near mill avenue in curry road. The city of timpee is not comedy. Getting because it's pending litigation. Yeah. I get why they wouldn't comment. Sure. But understand that. But there's a lot of questions about that. Well, there are facts we start with that the autonomous vehicle. Yeah. Did strike her. Yes. There was an operator. Would you? Call the person behind the wheel. Let's go with operator, but they were not driving the vehicle. It was in self driving mode at the time. Yes. The person was crossing illegally illegally. That's not an excuse to run into people, but they were not in a crosswalk marked crosswalk lit area. They were going across road. And when you look at the video pretty dark area, we're going to the point that I think if you were being honest with yourself a lot of us driving a vehicle that time. It might it might have ended the same. Whether it was a self driving vehicle or not had you not noticed this person in the dark crossing in the middle of a ball. Okay. But so there's ten million dollar claim. With the family is saying is. Yeah. Even though she wasn't supposed to be crossing in that area. Right jaywalking. I guess that kind of thing, but the city installed a brick pathway in the median. So they cut the median and put a little briefing in there. So that people could cross so does that does that contribute to the city's responsibility liability? Okay. Let's go with that. Because I think there's there's a lot of blame to go around. And and I'm not trying to be disparaging in blaming individual. Who is no longer with us. Well, she was partly responsible. Uber partly responsible. We learned a lot about the technology. They had on the car. How it was tuned down. The driver wasn't paying attention over bear, some responsibility greed, and all of this the the woman who who crossed in that part of Tempe with it being dark, not in a crosswalk bear, some responsibility in this. And now, you know Tempe does Tempe now bear some responsibility. Because. They had a pathway in the median, which would lead me to believe that. Yeah. Okay. You know, what this is something that I can cross and I can use does that now mean Tempe bear, some of the responsibility. Ten million dollar responsibility. I'm not exactly sure that. Attorneys are going to have to battle out. But the claim seeks five million dollars for the woman's husband and another five million for her daughter. I know. Of course, we can have sympathy. Oh, absolutely. And their loss is incalculable in the in the terms of dollars. I've I've just never gotten to the point when I watched the video. I've never gotten to the point that I think the the number one factor was the autonomous vehicle that was the number one factor. I think it was. Oh, okay. I don't think the fact that it was an autonomous self driving computer driving. Whatever you want to. That isn't the major issue too. It's the major issue for you. A pedestrian in the middle of the street in the pitch black not across. Okay. So does it mean you can run into not? And it's not death race two thousand you. You can't anthem and get points. That's not what I'm saying. I just keep putting myself if I would have been in the car at that point would I have been able to react quick enough and avoid a person walking in front of the car in a place where again as a driver you'd say, I did not expect someone to be walking there. Okay. So let's let's game theory that out a little bit. Let's say. This woman made the same decision. Okay. And instead of it being a self driving car. It was a regular, Bob. Okay. It was a wheel. And struck this woman and killed her. With a family Sobe suing for ten million. Would they have the same argument? Because here's the thing. They could potentially still have the same argument there arguing that by Tempe. Putting in a brick pathway median a median cut, they cut the median. So that you could walk across it without having. And by that she was pushing a bicycle remember. Yeah. By tempe. Putting that in did it signal like this is okay to cross here. And does that regardless of who is behind the wheel, or what kind of vehicle, it was is it the fact that the message the city sent to that woman and others who've probably used it countless numbers are times safely was the message the city sent its okay to cross here. And and what what responsibility did city of Tempe have to either market as a bike crossway crosswalk. Light it in some way. Because it can we giving knowledge it was dark in that area. Right. Yes. You know? I mean, there was wasn't underneath a street lamp it wasn't a well. Lit intersection. Nothing like that. I think because it's Uber. It this is why obviously why it's getting the kind of notoriety because we know how dangerous it is for pedestrians in the in the city of Phoenix were one of the worst cities when a right cars and pedestrians and an injuries and fatalities. We are we are uniquely bad at it for a variety of different reasons. So that happens, sadly often and ninety nine point nine percent of the time. It happens with a human behind the wheel. Sure, you know, when I lived off of what thirty six and McDowell I like to call it a transitional neighborhood. I would drive down McDowell. And it was like running the gauntlet with the amount of people just walking across McDowell. And I'm good. It's no wonder that so many people are hit by cars in Phoenix. But here's the deal if you decide to cross mid street without a crosswalk. That's a bad choice on your part. You have some responsibility in avoiding cars. But if the city sends the message that it's okay because they put a pathway in the median. Who bears the responsibility? I still think it's it's a shared responsibility. But what percentage I dunno again? It's something that the the attorneys and the city is going to have to figure out as the family of the woman who was struck by the self-driving Uber car last March. Yeah, has filed a ten million dollar claim with Tempe? I'm going up on a year for them. Now pay attention to that. Obviously the Super Bowl was less. The numbers say that seventeen million Americans whereas that did not show up at work today. Seventeen million Americans have the sniffles sore throat. I've got an earache boss, Eric, my I food poisoning. That's all the food point. Now, I thought food poisoning. Now, it's Margaret. Is what it is. And maybe a lot of them. Don't remember much past the halftime show. We're gonna talk about the halftime show as the jokes keep flying. But I think there's some solid questions. We need to ask about it. For goodness sakes. We're going to get to the bottom of it. Right after Bob McClay checks in with our top stories..
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jeremy foster KTAR news timpee is learning how opioids are used and abused by residents by examining sewage. ASU engineer. Ralph Halden is six months into his study of the human waste to help the city pinpoint which health care and counseling resources are needed and in which neighborhoods and hopefully see the intervention that we implement. Make a change in the trend of drug quantities going through city on a daily basis. Dr Houghton says wastewater treatment facilities have been trained to spot the types of drugs going through residents bodies and pills. That have been flushed down toilets a morning jog turned into a run for her life for a one woman in Santan valley yesterday, the panel county sheriff's office says the woman was running in an area called Johnson ranch around ten AM when a man tried to grab her now is working to find the suspect. She describes him as a white male with Brown hair in his mid thirties with scrappy facial hair. She says the man was following her. And a great Toyota Tacoma when he started making inappropriate comments. But then he opened the car door grabbed her by the arm and began to pull her in. She was able to escape and call police if you have any information culpa now county sheriff's office Taylor Kenner up KTAR news already. There have been human trafficking related arrest in Atlanta with the Super Bowl this weekend. A student led organization here at home. Home was to keep a spotlight on the issue, especially what's happening right here in the valley, ASU senior, Rachel guys. Our heads up. The all walks project was working to clear up misconceptions a lot of people confuse prostitution and human trafficking, and it's really hard to prove human trafficking, especially because usually it's through fraud and coercion more. So than force where people are exploited in the trafficking. Geyser says according to a two thousand fourteen study there are more than seventy eight thousand human trafficking buyers in the Phoenix area alone..
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Expect the clouds to clear by lunchtime. And a high of eighty four in Phoenix. There are isolated storm chances in the high country this evening, we clear out in cool down statewide in time for Halloween. I'm ABC fifteen's. No, he'll graph at eight. Oh, three. It is sixty eight degrees in anthem. More now on that police situation that still has I seventeen closed between sixteenth street and seventh avenue has been closed since yesterday afternoon. A carjacking suspect was shot and killed there. After opening fire on officers three troopers were hurt, but they have been released from the hospital in timpee, those two officers doing okay this morning after being shot while serving a domestic violence order of protection last night and happen to your baseline and mill Tempe. Police chief Sylvia Moyer says the officers are mothers and longtime veterans of the force. It is important to know that our officers responded to serve an order of protection for a woman that had been assaulted by this suspect that suspect is deceased the domestic violence victim is safe Aaron Prentiss lives in that sound timpee neighborhood. He says his mother saw and heard the shootings she heard the gunshots. Eight to ten just bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-ba, and she sent my grandma, you know, in the house. She saw car speed away the Glendale and Goodyear police departments. Have a new high tech tool for investigating shootings Glendale, Lieutenant j O'Neill says it'll be capped at Glendale PD headquarters, basically, a fingerprint for guns, it allows us to take forensic evidence that we collect at shooting scenes compare that to guns that we have in our possession and make correlations and links between those two things in the past year in Glendale investigators had to do all their ballistic testing through the Phoenix police department, President Trump first lady, Melania daughter, Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner will visit Pittsburgh today where first funerals are being held for victims of Saturday's synagogue shooting. Meanwhile, mourners continue to pay their respects to the eleven data and six others wounded Halley Goldstein grew up a member of the tree of life congregation. She was shattered Saturday at eleven people were killed six wounded in this, holy place. The first night, I couldn't stay at my house alone. She's been standing here in the cold for almost six hours. I came here to love and beloved hundreds of mourners have come here to leave flowers mementos marker. With the star of David on them erected in front of the police tape on the sidewalk one for each of the people killed here. The tree of life. Pete combs, ABC news. Pittsburgh Arizona votes in new OH predictive insights poll shows, former attorney General Grant woods and former governor Jan brewer would be in good positions for the twenty twenty. Arizona's Senate race had roughly eighty five percent name ID with almost half of Arizona's actually favoring her compared to thirty eight percent that do not have a favorable. You never chief. Pollster Mike noble says even the woods isn't as well known. He has support among Democrats twenty-seven percent of voters under fifty four and fifty five percent of older Democrats favoring now if you've already got your ballot. You saw the long list of judges you've probably never heard of. But you can't find out more about them. Arizona's voters are being asked to vote on whether to retain several judges on the ballot because the average person isn't familiar with the judges they rarely vote against them. There has only been a couple of times in the past forty years where the voters have actually voted to get rid of a judge KTAR legal expert. Monica Lindstrom says you can get information on the judges through the judicial performance review commission. This commission compiles information obtained from attorneys and different litigants that have been in front of the judges to determine how the judges do when their courtroom. You can find the information the commission compiles on the courts dot gov website, Bob McClay, KTAR news. And just a reminder tomorrow is the last day to mail in your ballot. So it gets there in time. KTAR news time eight oh, seven t t.
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Great garden plants and all kinds of shrubs and a plethora whether you're looking for desert plants tropicals or just something kinda fun. Let's see back to the phones Brian and Mesa. Good morning. Brian. Good morning, sir. How're you wonderful? Great. I've got a question. I've got some free started pepper plants are anywhere between twelve and eighteen inches tall. I was wondering what size of a pot to transplant them into what? Brian are you going to put these into the ground in the spring and growing for years to come? You want to keep them in a pot for a long time. We're going to keep them in a pot for long time. So what I would do within put him into like a fifteen gallon container or the equivalent thereof. You know, which is a part that's going to be probably sixteen to eighteen inches in diameter, and at least a foot or more deep, and if you're going to keep them for a long time, Brian what I would do is when I mix the soil to grow the in. I would use about one third native soil or like a sandy loam with two-thirds commercial potting soil, and what that's going to allow you to water them less and maintain them longer to container the fun part about peppers as you might keep them in those containers for three or four years. You know, they're not like it tomato plant. They won't really expire. And you can keep them for a long time. Yeah. Because I was Ronald that was about six feet tall. Yeah. There's a lot of the Philippines and different ones. You can keep for a long time. So do incorporate some native soil or some sandy loam to retain more moisture and help hold your nutrients and have fun. Okay. Great. Thank you very much. Thanks, brian. Bye. Bye. Barbara timpee. Good morning, barb. Hey, thanks for taking my call. I just have two quick questions. Okay. I've been looking for stock scenes, you know, the flowers stocks. Nope. They stop selling those in the whole state. Oh, I don't know Barbara, and I wouldn't call my nursery and Glendale today because it's going to be kind of crazy. But if you would tell you what you can do if you live in Tempe. Yeah. Send an Email, and I will check with Karen, and John the ones that propagate all of our flowers, and actually we have a young man that works from his peregrine vol from ball seed company. Family owns it and peregrine ball will absolutely have the answer for me. Okay. I will find out for sure for you on Monday. Or if you want to call the nursery on Monday and ask for peregrine peregrine knows more about seeds anybody in the state of Arizona. Okay. I'll give you a call on Monday. And then in Tempe, I'm gonna put you on hold for. In fact, I give you a paragraph number out there. Okay. Cool. Appreciate all the calls for acquainting, Carol. I'll take you off the air. We're kind of out of time. We've got the music starting to remind everyone.
"timpee" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Phoenix warms one hundred and three degrees under sunny skies. It'll stay sunny and dry through the end of the week before rain chances in the nineties return next week and ABC fifteen dollars. John, Patrick and at five thirty two at seventy four degrees in timpee. Crime in general in Arizona is down by nearly one and a half percent. According to the latest FBI statistics. But violent crime is up one area that drove the overall violent crime rate up as it did last year is in the area of assaults. Maricopa county. Attorney Bill Montgomery says there's been a steady increase in aggravated assault specifically with gun violence, a says Maricopa county's creating programs to better address. The problem by getting the entire law enforcement community involved police to county prosecutors the man behind the Texas company distributing instructions for three d printable handguns has stepped aside. He was the public face and voice of a controversial company. This judge's order was only an authorization that we could sell it faced with charges that he sexually assaulted a sixteen year old girl petty Wilson tended his resignation on Friday. Says the new head of defense distributed Paloma hind dwarf. I'm not trying to replace him as a character. That's not my she says the company's mission remains the same to see that anyone who wants to use the three D printer to create a handgun has access to the blueprints. Jim Ryan ABC news, Dallas the deaf and hard of hearing are going to have an easier time of it at sky harbor. It's partnering with the commission for the deaf in heart of hearing to help them communicate better with airport staff at translator for the Commission's. Emmett Hassen explains the video relay services, which use tablets, we have a video screen when you see the interpreter we have our first language, which is which that we could use straight, and that's very comfortable and very fast sky harbor. We'll have VR a trained staff to help deaf travelers all of the tablet should be installed. By the end of next year. The head of the TSA will testify on Capitol Hill today about an investigation alleging years of unchecked misconduct by senior leaders, the new house GOP report alleges the TSA. Say has been plagued by misconduct by senior officials claims the sexual harassment and retaliation against Reichenbach whistle blowers TSA administrator David because he telling ABC news agency, which spent seven point five billion of taxpayer dollars a year has settled some cases quote in the interest of moving the organization forward ABC's, Kenneth moten. Some good news for the Phoenix via the department of veterans affairs annual report gives it good marks. Dr Maureen McCarthy with Phoenix VA hospital says there are improvements in several areas. All of those metrics are showing significant improvement in patient care in mental health care in suicide prevention in two thousand fourteen Phoenix's VA became the epicenter for a scandal involving wait times for patients KTAR.
Jeff Flake, Chris Coons propose resolution to back US over Russia
"Of an isolated evening storm expected another day of breezes with occasional gusty. Or twenty five miles an hour humidity drops starting Sunday but it's. Getting hotter, highs end, up between, one ten and one fifteen through early next week I'm ABC thirteen meteorologist Irish CEO at seven thirty two it's eighty five degrees in Avondale a Republican Senator from, Arizona has teamed up with the democrat. To try to force a vote to support the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia did interfere in the 2016 election Republican Senator, Jeff flake democratic Senator. Chris coons will make the case. For their resolution that backs the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen. Election the resolution is non binding and also offers a port for the Justice Department's investigation. Into Russia's election interference the resolution. Was introduced after the president summit with Russian. President. Vladimir Putin but it's unclear if a vote on the. Resolution will actually happen, Arlette signs ABC news Capitol. Hill, a former advisor. To President Trump is weighing Being in x. homeland security advisor Tom Bossert says Americans need to be aware of cyber Madeline think it's time for the country to wake, up and realize that, we are in an ongoing low-intensity conflict with multiple nations in San Bossert says Russian meddling is. An attempt to create dischord any road faith, in US. Democratic institutions KTAR is education park. University is opening a campus in downtown Gilbert this fall it will offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees including business education and healthcare Jeff Erlich with parking adversity says they have, a unique, way of. Offering classes we look at these hybrid classes where it might be that you come to class every third time and the other two. Times online groups the first semester starts in October park university already has two campuses in Arizona fewer, babies. Are being born in Arizona our state is half the largest drops in. Births than any other state in the past ten years down twenty. Percent from, one hundred, three thousand, in two thousand seven to just over eighty Eight thousand last year The recession families perceive that the resources needed to support having children was a little bit less secure university of. Arizona college. Of medicine Phoenix, Dr Michael Foley says the immigration, debate played a role delayed women of childbearing age from crossing over from Mexico and having. More and, more children another factor there's an improved sex education. Availability of birth control he says the lower birth rate could, cause a future problem and we're going to have less people help support our baby boomer population which are gonna require by national support from, the social security size and we're gonna have left people contributing to it, because the populations folly Bob McClay KTAR news, loose hospital in timpee no longer offers labor delivery or postpartum services saying they've seen a huge. Drop in baby care All right heads up if. You. Find yourself.
Dr Terry Simpson, Jamie West and KTAR discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"On Arizona's news station KTAR news now twenty three. Eighty four. Degrees in timpee good morning I'm Jamie west disturbing numbers from a new study that finds the death rate for liver cancer increased by forty three percent between two thousand and two thousand sixteen the death rates for other cancers. Have gone down KTAR Dr Terry Simpson says it could. Be due, to lifestyle choices alcohol, consumption hepatitis b and c the major treatments for liver cancer now, are surgery including liver transplantation but we.
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"An ktar news the heat is back on for today by this afternoon temperatures will reach all the way till one hundred twelve degrees for tomorrow a high of one hundred and nine degrees and a slight chance of a storm from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis per ktar news thirtythree it's ninety degrees in timpee ktar is on immigration police in a neighborhood near san antonio discovered a tractor trailer full of illegal immigrants overnight this comes nearly a year after a similar discovery in the parking lot of a san antonio walmart and then had nightmarish results in that case ten undocumented immigrants were found dozens were suffering in the heat first responders were ready for a repeat of that when the door swung open on another trailer also incentive tonio last night instead they found fifty five people some children with water and air conditioning fire chief charles who had knows it could have gone the other way we're very fortunate denied that we're not out here with a bunch of bodybags immigration officials are investigate getting the police are looking for the truck driver jim ryan abc news dallas italy and france or exchanging barbs as tensions rise over who should take an migrants they're italy summoned the french ambassador on wednesday morning after a french government spokesperson said italy's decision to block a migrant ship now headed to spain made him vomit italy's farright interior minister mateos amini addressed the senate here defending italy's record on saving and welcoming migrants who crossed the mediterranean sea he said italy now has one hundred and seventy thousand migrants house throughout the country will france has blocked ten thousand from trying to cross the border from italy to france megan williams abc news rome ktar is on the economy the arizona chamber of commerce and industry says we're gonna lose a trade war when you think of arizona you're not gonna think of a old school rust belt economy with a lot of steel consumers who buy things like cars and other items that have lots of steel or aluminum the chambers gary taylor imported steel and aluminum from mexico and canada will now be will now have tariffs a four prophet education companies doing an informational tour across the valley k twelve which specializes in home schooling and online education wants.
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"Featured aunt ktar news writes guys for today dry weather will continue very typical for this time of year by this afternoon temperatures above average with a high of one hundred and six degrees from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis for ktar news at seven thousand three hundred seventy nine degrees in buckeye new this morning a us air force transport plane carrying young victims of the guatemalan volcano has landed in galveston texas seventeen globemaster has served as a flying hospital room for six pediatric patients suffering serious burns after a volcanic eruption in their native guatemala these are big birds dr steven wolfe his chief of staff at shriners children's hospital in galveston a burn in anybody's bad right no matter what the size is and this one is significant he says some of the kids have burns over half their bodies from volcanic ash and steam may be hospitalized for months jim ryan abc news dallas the death toll from the eruption has climbed to ninety nine a corpus christi texas man nearly died after being bitten by the severed head of a rattlesnake jennifer sutcliffe says she and her husband were doing yard work last weekend when they say four foot radler he used a shovel to cut off his head but when he went to pick it up the snakehead bid him jennifer says he began having seizures and lost his vision because this naked released all its venom into a normal person that gets bit it's going to get from anywhere from two to four doses of anti venom he had twenty six doses her husband now in stable condition ktar is on the economy a new research facility for plastics manufacturers coming to mesa piper plastics makes adams for all kinds of things from aerospace to medical eric bop is with the city of mesa company head hurts just some land several years ago and then there was the economic downturn and they decided not to expand now the economy is certainly doing better company is building a ten million dollar facility on forty eighth street and mesas falcon district and it will open next summer with one hundred thirty employees all if you live in timpee buckeye or paradise valley you're paying some.
Trump, North Korea and Kim Jong discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"To know right now president trump has canceled next month's summit with north korea's president kim jong and ntsb report shows an uber self driving vehicle that struck and killed a woman in timpee spotted the woman in the road a full six seconds earlier but the automatic braking was disabled and overnight officer involved shooting north phoenix one suspect wounded another in custody police say it started when two people on a motorcycle flooding obser trying to pull them over it came to an end in the neighborhood near seventh street in the one oh one you're never more than fifteen minutes away from today's top stories on arizona's news station ktar news forty four bruce st james.
"timpee" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"This is what has to happen because i think that the red fred movement the teachers walking out the fact that it was all politicize i i think that this is going to be very very damaging to to education is going to be very damaging to teachers we have an article that came out today from the phoenix new times and it is basically a going after representative kelly townsend and going after a maria symbol representative maria sims who did write a piece that appeared in the republic where she took on noah kerala's and she challenged the fact you know what he's teaching in the classroom and his political ties in the moment after this thing is over all of a sudden now we're supposed to believe that you know what no referendum is not socialist nonsocialist plot but it would be awesome if it were and this is what has a lot of people perplexed because yes we still are on that march towards socialism it's slowed down because of the election of donald trump and don't worry my friends we're going to talk about donald trump today we got some more winning going on that we have to highlight but for right now i just want to to as the embers are still sort of like settling to the ground from the walkout we just kinda kinda put a bow on this socialism is inherent in the american fabric this is what patrick morale is pointed out he's a d he's a socialist democratic socialists of america member who also sits on the timpee school board which speaks to a what needs to happen as far as school board elections i sit this before the strike took place conservatives well you know what we have abandoned that hill of public education we have abandoned it we seated our influence in our authority and now we are we're reaping havoc because of it and this article is fair indebted says you know what we have a lot of socialist institutions among us but i think part of the reason why is going is.
"timpee" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Your parents insurance come on what are we watching here where we we were hearing from teachers who are demanding that the governor we're demanding that the legislature give them what they want meet their demands and if they don't get that they're going to illegally walkout they're going to illegally strike and the voice of the union is twenty three years old and has not even served one full year as a teacher in the state what are we watching here this is insane to me it is insane to me that teachers are going to walk off the job on thursday it's like this cat is the pied piper i call them the david hall of arizona the pied piper in teachers who have been in the in the profession for decades are following this i don't i'm having a hard time with this and i'm having a hard time with one part of the of our government say yes we're going to do this and the other person you know what it's impossible cuts and tax increases i'll get your reaction at four fifty you are it's forty four minutes after the hour news talk five fifty kfyi time for east side west side traffic was steve geller leap how you bet you james eastbound santan freeway shown a lot of traffic arizona avenue out to gilbert road shame thing if you're taking the superstition home eastbound eastbound sixty sonal from rural to mesa drive still dealing with that car motorcycle crash in timpee.
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"Or at all in that circumstance yeah i watched the video and the the fact is that the the pedestrian is walking her bike across a divided street two lanes going in each direction basically and she's in a shadowed area and only at the very last second when the headlights aluminum as she is into the lane the car is in does that happen and also a little baffled by the fact that there is a darkened street in arizona with a car coming down at and somebody's crossing the street and not she apparently didn't see the car coming which i also don't really understand because seems like a judgement like a whole bunch of combination so it's sort of the perfect beds first off the reason this is happening in tempe arizona has some very permissive laws about self driving cars so there's a lot of action going on zona but also the way that the planning works my mother lives outside phoenix so i've seen some of this this particular intersection there the one hundred like less than one hundred yards away or maybe it was a hundred feet away it's not too far away there's a traffic light crosswalk intersection that pedestrian could've used chose not to at the same time apparently the city of timpee has built these pathways across the middle of this divided road four people who cut across it to make it easier while there are signs saying don't do it so there's a real mixed message there about what the pedestrians are supposed to do i get the the concept of desire paths and wanting to let people do what they wanna do but this is a case where it's unclear like if they had put a fence between the two sides it would have forced people to go up to the the light and they didn't do that instead they actually made it a little bit easier to get across mid intersection and i get when it's one hundred ten degrees you may not want to go out of your way to cross the street but at the same time so there's a lot there's a lot going on here but i do think that the tempe police chief is right in saying that it's par it's hard to imagine that.
FAA investigating United Airlines Dog Incident
"A mix of clouds and sunshine for today a week system moving into the region could give us a slight chance of a sprinkle increasing sunshine tomorrow and a high of sixty nine degrees from the twelve news forecast center i'm james can yoenis ktar news at eight thirty four sixty four degrees in timpee united airlines is dealing with some very bad press this morning after a family's dog died in a flight the dog was in a carrier was put in the overhead bin catalina plato or eleven year old daughter sophia newborn baby in their french bulldog coquito run a flight from houston new york so via says they were going to put the dog under the seat but a flight attendant insisted they put the bag overhead so visas as soon as they landed her mom look to see if coquito was okay the baby the dog she took him out in open a thing and she got the dog in that it calls it a tragic accident says the family should not have been forced to put the dog in the overhead compartment the faa is investigating heavy snow from powerful nor'easter is causing treacherous driving conditions in new hampshire this woman actually took out her cross country skis to get around town says she had no trouble sharing the road with drivers i feel they're pretty respectful and everybody rolling their window down and cheery and actually yeah nearly one hundred fifty thousand massachusetts residents are still without power this morning a troubling report from the antidefamation league in arizona the number of antisemitic incidents in arizona increase last year to a record level at least twenty six recorded but regional director carlos galindo alvarado tells ktar there may be more that warrant reported we don't know how many more there were twenty seventeen but certainly for us it was eye opening in the facts that our numbers increased terms of harassment linda alvarez has the trend of hey groups targeting jewish establishments here in arizona reflects a climate of instability with hate groups trying to spread fear ktar is on the economy the jobs market may be thriving but that doesn't mean your savings account is it is disappointing to see that basically one fifth of americans are not saving any of their income of those who are stashing away bank rates mark hamrick says twentyseven percent or saving more than ten percent seventeen percent or putting away more than fifteen percent.
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"Rare form of motor neuron disease the onus left him in a wheelchair and launch ly able to speak except through voice synthesizer he went on to become internationally renowned research on black holes and relativity and wrote several popular science books including the bestselling a brief history of time in a statement is three children described their father as an extraordinary man and praised his courage and persistence the british astronaut timpee said professor hawking at inspired generations to look beyond their own blue planet and expand our understanding of the universe he said his personality ingenious would be sorely missed theresa may is expected to set out the punitive measures the government plans to take against russia after moscow fail to meet midnight deadline to explain how a nerve agent was used to attack a former spy on british soil so gays cripple and his daughter yulia remained critically ill in hospital senior ministers will be updated on the latest evidence and then the prime minister is expected to announce sanctions against diplomats and businesses possibly including russian media organizations the government is to spend fifty million pounds trying to create more cohesive communities especially in five towns and cities in england marked by ethnic and religious divisions there will be held for people wanting to improve their spoken english and for women wanting to find jobs the prudential insurance company has announced it is to split into two it has said it will spin off one of the best known parts of its business the fund management company msg the decision marks the latest shakeup in the fund management industry which is facing tough competition the university of mosul in iraq which was left in ruins by his lamb estate militants is to begin restocking its library with nearly four thousand new books donated from the uk electra told the bbc he was so happy when the books arrive from britain he danced it is twenty six minutes to eight now too many communities in this country to segregated not necessarily in a.