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06:34 min | 7 months ago

"wilson school district" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Iconic Spanish tavern serving the finest Portuguese and Spanish food in all of the iron Man. You got to check out the Ironbound. You got to check out the Spanish Tavern in New York, New Jersey that Spanish taverns been there since 1932. We wish you all the good luck. Thank you, Albert, The Joe on the radio. I'm proud to bring to the airwaves. And this is fascinating for me is Linda Williams, She's national president of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement executives. Linda. Thank you for being here first and foremost. Did you want to wear the headphones? Oh, I don't know. You know what? I'll tell you. What Secret Service. You were a secret service. 30 years, 30 years. But you, you you, you know, and I again I say this most respectfully. You don't look like you put 30. Years of law enforcement lies The secret, sir. Yeah, God bless you. And you were just out on the boardwalk. I was. Let me get the mic. There. There. There we go. No, I'm good. So before we get into what you're doing, and God bless you for you doing by the way. Thank you. Tell us about you guarded. Ronald Reagan. One of my heroes. You guarded Reagan. You You were there was there. How cool was that? The South Florida coat. Oh, my gosh. And all the way to Donald Trump. So I served and you talked into your wrist and stuff. All that good stuff like that. But you get so we see. So So what was what was the Gipper's? What was the Secret Service name? I forget it. Oh, my God. Now you're trying to show my age now. Are you sure my age I really can't. I can't remember then and they have a name for everybody. Yes, Everybody has a cold, some when the president's about to come out to say the code name, and then he comes out like absolutely the military in the in the Secret Service. What are you trying? What are you buying? Especially around the portico? And I was I had been there one of them dollar Ronald Reagan's events, but not they don't invite me. I'm I'm the bad guy that punk from Jersey Only because the Italians were they everybody to be down. That was the one time but I went down and again. I got to see him. So people strangers from all over they get to the security. The white House that you What are you trying as secret Service that unusual behavior? You know if everybody else is waving and someone's looking different or looking down or is 400 degrees, and they got a code on death, County gives it away. Yeah, yeah, like that. And physically it was trying. Did you ever go? Did you ever go with the limousine like Clint Eastwood, You know, absolutely drove it. Yes. Drove the what was now They call the beast. I was on the vice president's detail. All Yeah. Lord, Thank you for your service. Thank you. So And now you and I so appreciate that you went from there, and you just didn't say okay, that said I've given my service. I'm moving on. But now you this organization, the nationalization of black law enforcement executives tell us about that. Now you started that Sure. Noble was founded over 45 years ago. And we're celebrating an anniversary this July, but it listen to speak out against the injustices and our criminal justice system. We serve as the conscience of law enforcement by being committed to justice by action. And that's just calling out their inadequacies and and our collaborative voices to make a change. Yeah, this is great because you will get into the community which is perfect for you being down here and absolutely Where are you from? If I mean I'm originally from Tennessee. Beautiful But you're here. Just beautiful accent that great state. By the way, you forget giving it a beautiful Where were you from? Tennessee. Memphis, Man. Yeah, beautiful. So walk me through this if I may, and this is so cliche, so please forgive me, but I've been working in the at risk community for about 25 years. And we go into stressed areas and I'll predict Newark. You hear me talking about north where my parents are from Camden, New Jersey, I remember just just, you know, half hour from here. Would go to the number one most dangerous city in America was in New Jersey. It was, by the way I see it was because we did really good work, and we cleaned it up and I would walk those streets and I would walk the streets and work with the nonprofits in Camden, and you would see these great folks and you go into a little storefront. Linda, You know you've been there. Absolutely. And they teach. They teach community they teach. They were teaching jazz in conjunction with the Woodrow Wilson School district. They would teach African folk art They teach about heritage and I look around and I would see And it was. People were getting popped around. The corner popped around the corner. We made it. I gotta tell you. I'm proud to tell you in Jersey and I make the sign of the cross. My people will make the sign of the cross. Thank God we're staying. It's okay. Week because you know what? Little by little brick by brick step by step we went in. I'm just a foot soldier. But you get you know I got and I just wanted to help out and I felt there. But for the grace of God, I see some of these kids. This is a story tools in New York. I mean, 15 years old. Absolutely. And you know, Joe, you say a real important things because regardless where we are in the country's, there's more that unites us than divides us. And it's our collaborative voices and even in this up, take out the pandemic. We have greater problems, but we realized that we have to come together with the social services. Law enforcement is just a catalyst to bring it all together. But we have to reach across so that we all can serve one another and make our communities better and safe. And we could do that. Absolutely. And I love it. I love when there is a police officers that comes in in full uniform into the classroom. Absolutely not the enemy. Not at all. You know, we have to take that that mentality from a warrior mentality back to a guardian because you know, I many, many, many months ago when Officer friendly came to my classroom, So you're even Oh, God, yes. And so you know, it was something noble. And so we got to put that back into our profession and that we've got to realize that with our stakeholders in our communities, then we can make our communities safer and better for everyone was that the 30 point for you, officer friendly in school, said I want to do law enforcement. No, it was actually I was sitting in Class and middle Tennessee State University where I am now a professor, uh, FBI agent came in my classroom and I said, that's what I'm gonna be. What? Fast for it, 30 years later, I am now happily retired as the deputy system. Director of the Secret Service. Yeah, God bless you. And you're going to school stuff. Yeah, I teach Now. I'm Professor. They created a professorship in my armada. Professor of practice based on all my years of experience. God bless you. What a great story. Thank you for your service. Thanks for Stephanie. Thanks for stepping into the communities and Italian sometimes, uh, you know, on the national basis we missed the point. It go. It all comes down to locality. It's all local. And that's exactly what you're doing. Step by step is always something to do. Linda Williams is the national president of Noble is the national Organization of Black Law Enforcement executives. God bless you. Thank you for having me God's people. It's our honor to have you here. Thanks, Linda. All right. Hey, Deputy here with traffic.

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"wilson school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:55 min | 1 year ago

"wilson school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"At 8 35. We had Dr Carrick Wrist on the show with us, the head of Arizona Department of Health Services. And wealth of information and a lot of questions Asked about covert 19 and the update of the dashboard starting with schools, and one of the things is this definition of outbreak and that's what we started the interview. So here's the interview with her. The first question is, Please tell us the definition of an outbreak in epidemiology and outbreak is anything over an anticipated number of cases. When we're talking about a school, the definition is two or more cases. That are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school. That's when we would start working with the school and they should report to public health is that number but saying the word outbreak it made me think of much many more cases, and there are some schools that are closing down in panel County. They're closing them down for two or three cases in a school. Do you think that's a little bit of overkill? So our local health departments are the boots on the ground? They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, So it's going to depend on what they're seeing on the ground and what the risk factors are. So if there's a school that has a large number of high risk Children, they may recommend that that school go to a virtual learning during the during the incubation period, where other schools they may be able to sit still. Tate remaining open for in person education and working with the contacts. The Wilson School District in Phoenix has closed because of outbreak Now I I didn't see in the story. How many cases that is If you were asked for the advice. What would that number look like for you is are a number of cases are, as you say, the other extenuating circumstances to consider. I think it's it really is a case by case basis. You have to look at those extenuating circumstances. So if you would have multiple classrooms in a school that had cases that might signal that you've got on going transmission if you have two cases in the same classroom, but they've done a great job, physical distancing and they've worn masks. That may just be a recommendation for those students to stay home for their 10 days until they get better and for close contacts and friends who have spent time very close to those students stay home for a 14 Day quarantine period and watching what the schools have done that have opened. I was very impressed with the way they were handling them. We'll issue was a great example of being able to manage cases and stay open. Is that how you feel from what you've seen so far? Yes. So far are schools have done a great job as they've been returning to in person school. We anticipated that there would be cases when we brought everyone back. But they have great mitigation strategies. They are requiring the use of masks and the parents are being very cooperative and notifying the schools of cases. A story in the media this morning talking about a surge we're in the middle of our third surge of covert 19. Do you feel that where you were anticipating? More cases began open things up. Is this what you anticipated or higher numbers than you anticipated? So we are seeing an increase over the last few weeks in both the number of cases and the percent positivity. We remain concern and on high alert, But we have been since January when we got our first case. We do believe that we will see an increase and continued increase in cases. And so we encourage everybody Now is not the time to stop wearing masks and, you know, resuming normal activities. We need everybody to continue doing a great job at mask wearing, staying, physically distanced and staying home when you're sick. Arizona Department, health Services director Dr Characteristics joining us when you when you as you see these numbers go up is just saying you're being diligent. But at what point is there a place you can tell us? Is there a level that you can tell us where you would begin to consider taking a step backward either in the schools or businesses, So we continue to watch the data and, you know, are updating our benchmark metrics on a weekly basis this week. All of our county's going to remain either in a moderate or minimal category. But what we would be looking for is all three metrics to return to a substantial category. So over 100 per 100,000 cases over 10% positivity and a significant increase in covert like illness in our hospitals. We would work with those local communities to identify what the extenuating circumstances were so that we could make recommendations to keep those Arizona and safe when we know those two data dashboards, with one for schools, and one for business is going to be released. About 20 minutes or so. Did you see anything in any of those, either of those dashboards that concerned you specifically So we are seeing in specific counties. We are seeing increases in rates and increases in percent positivity. What seems to be different, according to my epidemiologist here is that instead of it just being the general statewide increase, like we saw in May and June and July. We're seeing it in specific pockets. And so we are working very closely with the Jurisdictions to implement recommendations and and help them work some through some of those specific circumstances. All right scale of 1 to 10. How concerned are you about seeing another spike based on the numbers you're seeing right now? Well, I think one of the concerning things that as I look at our data, we are seeing an increase. We know that the major demographic is our 18 like 2 30 year old with the increased that's going on around the nation and people coming home like from colleges to Arizona. Thanksgiving has me highly concerned that about 10 to 14 days after Thanksgiving, we will see a significant increase. So again, we're we're reminding Arizonans Thanksgiving may look a little different this year than it has in the past. In crunching the numbers, which they make fun of me because I do this every day. I look at the numbers of your under 55 years old. The risk of being killed or being fatal from covert 19 is extremely low, and then it seems to jump very significantly over 65. Is there any research on why that is and is that you believe that's going to stay consistent? So that's what the data seems to be showing is that those that are over the age of 55? Especially if you're over the age of 65, you are in a much higher risk of dying from Cove it if you come down with it, we also know that patients should get hospitalized have a higher risk. So what we want to encourage people is even if you aren't at high risk, you probably have someone you love who is And so please remember to wear that mask, especially if you don't live with them, and you are visiting them, because what we're seeing is transmission in small household gatherings. Where people feel that they're with close friends or with their family members, and it is safe to remove the masks. It's safe to get close to them, and we're finding out that that is causing increased transmission. Let's talk about the mask mandates. We know that Scott Stills rescinded. There's we now know that Kingman is rescinding. There's how do you feel about cities? Removing that mass mandate way would like everyone to wear a mask in Arizona. Luckily, the majority of our state is still covered in a mask mandate, Maricopa County and Pema counties. Both do have required mouth mandates but part of the mitigation strategies for those businesses that have opened or restaurants. Regardless of whether there's a mask mandate. You need to wear a mask. If you are in a gym in a restaurant in a bar in a movie theater, and that's just a requirement by the department on those industries. Dr Christa's always We appreciate the wealth of information, and we're looking forward to the updated dash boards in a few minutes. Yes, and our school dash Our school dashboard will look different today. So take a look at it when it goes live. Absolutely thanks, Doctor. Thank you. That was my interview with Dr Carrick wrist earlier this morning wealth of information, especially her concerns about Thanksgiving, a bit of a surprise, But it made perfect.

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"wilson school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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07:55 min | 1 year ago

"wilson school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Talk about the word outbreak two or more cases in a school. Can you explain the definition? And then I will follow up question about that word because it's scaring a lot of people. What exactly constitutes an outbreak? So in epidemiology and outbreak is anything over an anticipated number of cases When we're talking about a school, the definition is two or more cases that are not household contacts or have another source of contact outside of the school. That's when we would start working with the school and they should report to public health is that number but saying the word outbreak it made me think of much many more cases. And there are some schools that are closing down in panel county. They're closing them down for two or three cases in a school. Do you think that's a little bit of overkill? So our local health departments are the boots on the ground. They are the experts in public health in their communities, and they work with each school on a case by case basis, So it's going to depend on what they're seeing on the ground and what the risk factors are. So if there's a school that has a large number of high risk Children, they may recommend that that school go to a virtual learning during Thie. During the incubation period, where other schools they may be ableto facilitate remaining open for in person education and working with the contacts. The Wilson School District in Phoenix has closed because of outbreak Now, I didn't see in the story. How many cases that is If you were asked for the advice. What would that number look like for you is are a number of cases are, as you say, the other extenuating circumstances to consider. I think it's it really is a case by case basis. You have tto look at those extenuating circumstances. So if you would have multiple classrooms in a school that had cases That might signal that you've got on going transmission if you have two cases in the same classroom, But they've done a great job, physical distancing and they've worn masks. That may just be a recommendation for those students to stay home for their 10 days until they get better and for close contacts and friends who have spent time very close to those students. Stay home for a 14 Day quarantine period and watching what the schools have done that have opened. I was very impressed with the way they were handling them. We'll issue was a great example of being able to manage cases and stay open. Is that how you feel from what you've seen so far? Yes. So far are schools have done a great job as they've been returning to in person school. We anticipated that there would be cases when we brought everyone back. But they have great mitigation strategies. They are requiring the use of masks and the parents are being very cooperative and notifying the schools of cases. A story in the media this morning talking about a surge. We're in the middle of our third surge of covert 19. Do you feel the way you were anticipating? More cases began? Open things up. Is this what you anticipated or higher numbers than you anticipated? So we are seeing an increase over the last few weeks in both the number of cases and the percent positivity. We remain concern and on high alert, But we have been since January when we got our first case. We do believe that we will see an increase and continued increase in cases. And so we encourage everybody Now is not the time to stop wearing masks and, you know, resuming normal activities. We need everybody to continue doing a great job at mask wearing, staying, physically distanced and staying home when you're sick. Arizona Department health Services director of Dr Characteristics, joining us when you when you as you see these numbers go up. Is you saying you're being diligent, But at what point is there a place you can tell us? Is there a level that you can tell us where you would begin to consider taking a step backward either in the schools or businesses? So we continue to watch the data and, you know, are updating our benchmark metrics on a weekly basis this week. All of our county's going to remain either in a moderate or minimal category. But what we would be looking for is all three metrics to return to a substantial category. So over 100 per 100,000 cases over 10% positivity and a significant increase in covert like illness in our hospitals, we would work. Those local communities to identify what the extenuating circumstances were so that we could make recommendations to keep those Arizona and safe when we know those two data dashboards with one for schools, and one for business is going to be released here in about 20 minutes or so. Did you see anything in any of those, either of those dashboards that concerned you specifically So we are seeing in specific counties. We are seeing increases in rates and increases in percent positivity. What seems to be different, according to my epidemiologist here is that instead of it just being the general statewide increase, like we saw in May and June and July. We're seeing it in specific pockets. And so we are working very closely with those jurisdictions to implement recommendations and help them work some through some of the specific circumstances. All right. Scale of 1 to 10. How concerned are you about seeing another spike based on the numbers you're seeing right now? Well, I think one of the concerning things that as I look at our data, we are seeing an increase. We know that the major demographic is our 18 like 2 30 year old with the increase that's going on around the nation and people coming home like from colleges to Arizona. Thanksgiving has me highly concerned that about 10 to 14 days after Thanksgiving, we will see a significant increase. So again, we're we're reminding Arizonans. Thanksgiving may look a little different this year than it has in the past in crunching the numbers, which they make fun of me because I do this every day. I look at the numbers of your under 55 years old. The risk of being killed or being fatal from covert 19 is extremely low, and then it seems to jump very significantly over 65. Is there any research on why that is and is that you believe that's going to stay consistent? So that's what the data seems to be showing is that those that are over the age of 55? Especially if you're over the age of 65. You were at a much higher risk of dying from Cove it if you come down with it, we also know that patients should get hospitalized have a higher risk. So what we want to encourage people is even if you aren't at high risk, you probably have someone you love who is and so please remember to wear that mask, especially if you don't live with them, and you are visiting them because what we're seeing is transmission in small household gatherings where people feel that they're with close friends or with their family members, and it is safe to remove the masks. It's safe to get close to them. And we're finding out that that is causing increased transmission. Let's talk about the mask mandates. We know that Scottsdale's rescinded. There's we now know the Kingman is rescinding. There's how do you feel about cities? Removing that mask mandate. We would like everyone to wear a mask in Arizona. Luckily, the majority of our state is still covered in a mask mandate, Maricopa County and Pema counties. Both do have required mouth mandates but part of the mitigation strategies for those businesses that have opened or restaurants. Regardless of whether there's a mask mandate. You need to wear a mask. If you are in a gym in a restaurant in a bar in a movie theater, and that's just a requirement by the department on those industries. Dr Christa's always We appreciate the wealth of information, and we're looking forward to the updated dash boards in a few minutes. Yes, and our school dash Our school dashboard will look different today. So take a look at it when it goes live. Absolutely thanks, Doctor. Thank you. That is Dr characterised on the Department of Health Services. He is concerned, especially about Thanksgiving. No word on of anything going backwards. But she says she is seeing numbers climate a big concern of what might happen at Thanksgiving coming up in a moment. Of course, it's Gaydos and the big Q poll question of the day and then we will talk about the last presidential debate.

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03:31 min | 1 year ago

"wilson school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Confidence in American democracy. He says Iran is behind bogus emails designed to intimidate voters know preelection pandemic relief. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signal no real progress during Wednesday's negotiations with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and acknowledge the measure will not pass before the election. Both sides still at least publicly billions of dollars Apart from helping out of work, Americans and struggling states survived the pandemic was chief of staff Mark Meadows, blaming Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Senate Republicans are starting to get to a point where They believe that she is not negotiating in a fair and equitable manner. Speaker Pelosi and Democrats saying they passed a relief bill months ago that the Republican Senate refused to even debate Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington A day before he and Joe Biden debate, the president rallied at the airport at Gastonia, North Carolina. Iran doesn't want to Let me win. China doesn't want to let me when they want me to be defeated so badly. And the Swamp doesn't want to let me win. Former President Obama had harsh words for the president, as he stumped for Biden in Philadelphia hasn't shown any interest in doing the work. We're helping anybody but himself and his friends. The Tampa Bay Rays of drawn even in the 2020 world. Siri's dispatching the Los Angeles Dodgers 6 to 4 in Game two to tie the Siri's at a game apiece. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station Use Station Jr on Air 92 3 FM online at dot com and streaming Live on the air. New Zap Your Breaking News and Traffic. It's 902. Good evening. I'm Dale. Here's our top story Corona virus in Arizona. Even doctors are struggling to figure out who or what qualifies as a super spreader of covert 19. But between five and 10% of those infected do 80% of the spreading There's one or two individuals that are the source of all the infections that are occurring at those events like at the White House earlier this month. Director Joshua Barratt Issues Bio Design Institute also doesn't know why people are super spreaders. We don't know if they somehow biologically stabilize the virus better in saliva. We don't know if they have other ongoing viral infections that makes them better at spreading the virus. Perhaps more people who catch Cove in 19 quarantine to stop its spread. Peter, say, Mork. It's a question scientists have been trying to answer since the pandemic began. How long does immunity last after you've had covert 19, a University of Arizona study may have the answer loss for as long as we have measured it. So at least seven months, Janko Nicollet Zouk itches the head of the university's Immuno biology department and worked on the study. Looked at 6000 people and found antibodies were still being produced 5 to 7 months after they had covert 19. Two more Valley schools have been shut down because of an outbreak of Copan 19, the Wilson school district reports. The outbreak is that Wilson Primary school and since Wilson Elementary is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction until November, 9th for students and Wilson Primary and Wilson Elementary. And now for a check on traffickers. Jasmine Scott. She's live in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

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"That are the source of all the infections that are occurring at those events. Like at the White House earlier this month. Director Josh Liberate Apes use Bio Design Institute also doesn't know why people are super spreaders. We don't know if they somehow biologically stabilized the virus better in saliva. We don't know if they have other ongoing viral infections that makes them better at spreading the virus. Perhaps more people who catch Cove in 19 Quarantine to stop its spread, Peter. Same or kg. Our news? It's a question scientists have been trying to answer since the pandemic began. How long does immunity last after you've had covert 19 University of Arizona study may have the answer loss for as long as we have measured it so at least seven months. Biancone Mikhalych Zoo ditches the head of the university's immuno biology department and worked on the study. It looked at 6000 people and found antibodies were still being produced 5 to 7 months after they got cove in 19. Two more Valley schools have been shut down because of an outbreak of a covert 19. The Wilson school district reports. The outbreak is that Wilson Primary school, and since Wilson Elementary School is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction until November. 9th for students at both of the school's A school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for Kobe 19. And now for a check on traffic. Here's Jasmine Scott Live from the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center. Thank you, Deborah. We're currently dealing with the collision from earlier in Chandler on the 10 heading westbound approaching Riggs Road. It is blocking that right lane. So you are going to stay left to get buy that is causing quite a bit of a delay. And on the 10 westbound at 51st Avenue. That's another wreck. This.

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04:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Five and 10% of those infected with the Corona virus. Do 80% of the spreading is one or two individuals that are the source of all the infections that are occurring at those events like at the White House earlier this month, where participants were infected, including the president and the first lady Doctor director Joshua Libera s use Bio Design Institute also doesn't know why people are super spreaders. We don't know if they're super spreaders because they have particularly high. Errol counts. We don't know if they somehow biologically stabilized the virus better in saliva. We don't know if they have other ongoing viral infections that makes them better at spreading. The virus may be those who get sicker. Keep it longer and give it to others. And yet many people who get infected, never give it to anyone but some people, a small proportion of those people. Give it to many people, You know, the typhoid Larry or the Typhoid Mary is perhaps more people who catch Covad 19 quarantine to stop its spread. So since we don't know who the super spreaders are, Dr Lemaire says, Now is not the time to scale back mitigations to stop the virus. That doesn't mean we can't open up our economy that businesses can't be open. But if they're going to open, we need to figure out ways to do that safely and safely means mask wearing it means facing out. It means not Eating groups form that goes for schools to after all, Dr Lemaire says the mitigations even though we're all tired of them worked before when we had extraordinary numbers in Arizona at one point, as you know, we were leading the world in her capita new case numbers. I mean, no good place to be, And yet we turned it around quite well. And I think Arizona's a few success story by the end of summer. We had gotten those numbers to very low level Doctor. Labor also says Herd immunity won't protect us anytime soon. 90% of us have never encountered this virus before. That means that there is an enormous amount of potential fuel for this fire. All of us who have not yet contracted it represent a population that could still get infected. And even when we get a Corona virus vaccine, doctor Labor says Not everyone will want it. Becky So Peter Dr Library implores Arizona's to avoid large groups. What about holiday gatherings? Well this year, he wants them to avoid large groups of the holiday gatherings to groups greater than 10. People seated around the Thanksgiving and Christmas turkeys put themselves at greater risk for spreading and catching Kovac. 19 talking can produce droplets that send the virus flying, especially on to food and loved ones. And, of course, by talking, I mean shouting, especially over who wins and loses the presidency will hopefully know by then. So maybe we'll have much smaller holiday dinners. And that could be a good thing. After all, reporting live, Peter Same or Katie our news. We have to go to separate tables by that time. Well, it's a question Scientists have been trying to answer since the pandemic began. How long does immunity last after you had covered 19? The University of Arizona study may have the answer lost for as long as we have measured it. So at least seven months younger Nicollet circuit is the head of the universities in you know, Biology department and worked on. The study looked at 6000 people and found and bodies were still being produced 5 to 7 months after they got covered 19. We're still following those people and we will know as we go along if they're maintaining community going forward, But we fully expected the real for a while. The city. No, Katie our news. The state loosened guidelines for in person visits to a long term care facilities. But AARP's Dana Marie Kennedy says some families still are being denied the opportunity to see their loved ones. I have concerns when I hear from family members that the director is saying that families can't come in physically to see their loved ones when they have agreed to follow all the protocols and guidelines that we have issue, according to the guidelines, Each resident is allowed to essential in person visitors as long as some protocols are met. Kennedy says. If you're being denied visits, you should report that to the Department of Health. New Tonight. Tomb or Valley schools have been shut down because of an outbreak of covert 19, the Wilson School district reports. The outbreak is that Wilson Primary school and since Wilson Elementary is so close by they decided to return to all online instruction until November, 9th. For students at Wilson Primary and elementary school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for cocaine..

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02:04 min | 1 year ago

"wilson school district" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"45. I'm Jackie Lynn. And here's what you need to know. Right now. We've just learned this afternoon that two more Valley schools have been shut down because of an outbreak of Cove in 19. The Wilson School district reports. The outbreak is it Wilson Primary school, And since Wilson Elementary is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction. Until November. 9th for students at Wilson Primary and elementary school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for cocaine 19 even with loosened guidelines, AARP's Dana Marie Kennedy says some families still haven't been able to see their loved ones in long term care facilities. Kennedy explained that it's understandable facilities want to keep the residents safe. But it's no excuse not to allow visits. When guidelines were issued. She recommends you reported to the Health Department if you're being denied visits. The Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, announced today that Iran and Russia have compromised voter information to influence the presidential election. We have already seen Iran, sending spoofed emails. Designed to intimidate voters. In sight, social unrest and damage. President Trump's Secretary of state Katie Hobbs says the Arizona voter database has not been affected, but her office continues to monitor the security of all election systems. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's news station. Let's get another traffic check with Larry Lewis in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic Center. Rebecca, you in 10 West found dealing with this crash approaching Riggs Road, and it still has the right lane tied up the ladies back nearly two mile post 1 70 years about three miles back. Also dealing with crash activity. 10 eastbound approaching Watson. The good news is it looks like that crash did just clear still a bit slow, though. Approaching the Watson Road exit, then 10. He's found downtown at seventh Street. You've got a collision in the right lane. There, too. 02 Red Mountain Freeway westbound at 24th Street crash off right and a collision. 51 North found right of the transition ramp to the Westbound loop. Wanna one there right at the end of the ramp there.

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Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19

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00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19

"Of an outbreak of Cove in 19. The Wilson School district reports. The outbreak is it Wilson Primary school, And since Wilson Elementary is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction. Until November. 9th for students at Wilson Primary and elementary school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for cocaine 19 even with loosened guidelines, AARP's Dana Marie

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"wilson school district" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"wilson school district" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Of us said al I needed so they call me Dad a little bit this morning as I watched the whole hearings yesterday. Look at me because I'm like summertime. We should be out. We should be about we're going around. I'm tired of the pandemic. I'm tired of them telling that we're racist. I'm tired of the protest. I'm tired of the riots. I'm tired of people taking Every day working citizens and going to their businesses burning their businesses down and governors not having the guts or the courage and I'm gonna watch my language, but they don't have the guts to step up and arrest these protesters. But God forbid you and I if there's more than 20 people, if you own a gym, you're going to be arrested. What the heck is going on in the United States of America? All right. I was conference 30 seconds. That's it, But oh, my God. Give me a break. Give me a break. It's wrong. It's so wrong and what's really wrong? That's a jersey accent. Sorry, but it is wrong. It's like now you go out if you know you want your 20 more people owe. You can't we're going. We're going toe sight. You were going to arrest you if you keep your gym open, and you would hear to the CDC guidelines because I'm a confident what I say goes because I am a politician, your politician that major on the lowest rung on the ladder of Zumanity. Do you know that if you're about vision, right, I mean the amoeba. It's amoeba. And then there's politician on and there's some that are great and we the ones we have their great we we bring on the show proudly, and as a privilege is a lot of great public service. Senator Blackman is going to join us in a very, very proud to have her on this show, just or the the other day in D. C. And said, You've got to come on our show and she is, and we appreciate that, you know, But Lila, just like, Oh, my gosh, like a little amoeba running around one of these people going and then watching this and watching this unfold yesterday, and I'm watching how? How that when they said, we claim my time reclaim like that reclaim like that. I was embarrassed. It was because you know what? It reminded me of high school. It reminded me of Of like the little clique said. People will use reclaim my time and they won't be able to be in our clique were reclaiming my time. I'd say that billiard big and they had nothing to say, reclaiming my time. That's all. They think that they had nothing. They had no alternative point They had no other initiative. Did you ever think that maybe and then and stay with me on this? Reclaiming my time? This's scary is that when you have someone go in and say that these are protesters and that the government is now causing the Rieti do you know, I'm saying that's what the narrative How do you vote for these people? How do you vote for these people? It took me years years to see right through it. And my my problem with the Democratic Party was They use black Americans in the inner cities, and they just disregarded the black Americans in the inner cities. I saw that, and that's why I left the democratic, right. No one cares. Nobody cares really in the Democratic Party. They don't even know who I am. They don't even care. But I was a Democrat. A blue dog die hard Democrats for many, many years, I thought they were the working class party. My grandparents came from Italy. We we all became Democrats. You know, you gotta be Democrat. Why? Well, the for the working man, the word their union. I'm a union guy. You know, I understand it. Press support the unions. Democrats support the human and then I started walking the streets of the most dangerous cities in America because I was just enlightened to give back because they work for the grace of God go all of us, so I had walked the streets of dangerous, dangerous cities. All around the country. Whether was Camden, New Jersey, North New Jersey at the time to doing great now candidate Norco doing good, Thank God because I think there's a lot of the work that we did We did there. I think I hope You know, And then I go to other cities around the country and I work with the police and bring them with the kids. And it was like a mission of mine. Because I really felt I was a bad kid. I was so fortunate that my parents, you know, and I was a punk. Things I didn't I school I think about are so stupid. Excuse me, but I don't even like you's north. Stupid. I was stupid. I was this really done like that then, and I said I saw in the inner cities I would walk around and I would go to a clock with the police officers, and I told her I did this in Newark, New Jersey, with the with the Great North Police Department doing a great job to this day. And I would be in the back of a police car with a flak jacket on Then they told me they go Stay low, and I go. What stable? Yeah. You want to go out with us? Jo, stay low power and put the flag jook jook of the white guy. Well, I'd like to get back on my good, good. Just get the back of a police guard. Stay level simply, You know, you want to get shot. You may not think it shot out here. It's a value it was like, Wow, there was a war Zone Award road and it is, by the way in New York in Cam and I have to reiterate are doing great now, and the police are doing great Nazis, so I don't want to say anything but back in the day and what's happening now in Chicago? That's what the police had to deal with every day. Stay low. You've got to go in with a SWAT team photo tank. Oh my God. It's so dangerous, but the point I'm making I would look around. I remember the sneakers to clock in the morning and I see kids on bikes on street corners selling drugs when I was kid, What else kids doing Whatever I was I young men doing those young black Children once they know it was me, you know? And thick police would roll their eyes. Well, we got him. We got it. We got it right there, just selling drugs. So do you have the drug dealer's going corner to corner on bike and then I would look around and I even looked like I was thought like some some war torn Middle Eastern country or some war torn African country. You know, like I thought it looked like Afghanistan and I said, this is the United States of America. How in the name of God and you don't really seared. My heart really changed me and I went to stay with me on this because I've got to make the point. I just want to make the point. That's from the heart. There's no anger here has had a confusion. It's like why don't wind on people help. Why are they reclaiming third time? Why are they not listening to what attorney General boys saying? Why are they not? Why are they not supporting when people go in to stop the violence in the inner city? Riot, acknowledging all of the the the way the police are being attacked. Now, why has he not doing that? And they didn't know when I would walk the streets and I would go in and then I go down and they would be nonprofit. He's not profit organizations that I know the one I keep telling you about a mommy from Avenue in Camden, New Jersey, where they taught African folk art. They have pictures of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King on the wall, and they talked about the heritage of the African Americans in the United States of America, and they did music in conjunction with the Woodrow Wilson School District, and they taught jazz and it was beautiful man, and it's everything that was great about America. You could walk outside of that that nonprofit, but you could walk outside..

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