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Questions you need to be asking employers regarding the Pandemic
"Good morning friends. It is Wednesday in it is time for another episode of our job search advice podcast up so that we do weekly every Wednesday and it comes out every Wednesday at seven eight am, and this is really just an opportunity to try to do as much as we can on our end to help you as you might be going through a job search or even considering a new opportunity or maybe. You're in a position where you feel like you need to pivot your career because the pandemic because of the changes that have occurred everything is very chaotic, and so we wanted to try to level the field a little bit by providing you with as much information as we can on the job surge in the career search some career advice that kind of stuff. So this one's going to be relatively short because I'm. kind of relates the idea of the employment brand. Now, if you haven't been following any recruiters only ten for the past number of years, you may not have seen a lot of these posts about recruitment marketing, employment branding, and fact it's really why my career fit actually exist in the sense that we help employers tell you about what they're like more than just what you're going to find a job description more about their culture and their mission and the vision. That's what that's about. But what's interesting because of the pandemic Mark Cuban actually the the businessman famous business guy. Quoted I. Think this was probably right around the beginning of April. So not long after the coronavirus hit hit the United States he came out and said how companies respond to this crisis is going to define their brand for decades and if you didn't take care of your employs or stakeholders and put them first, you were that company. So. Basically his idea was to say, look you better be taking care of your people as best as you possibly can during this pandemic because if you don't, it's going to come back to haunt you and you're going to have a really hard time hiring people because they're going to be wondering, how did you treat your people during the pandemic? So I wanted to provide a few questions that you can ask during the interview now and even later down the road even maybe after this whole pandemic has over still some questions that you can continue to ask potential employers that you are considering. How they treated their employees, how they handled the pandemic. In, these questions actually come from Amanda Webb. She's the head of people at a company called Jim Sharpe. And she had posted these questions on twitter and I'll give you the whole read but also obviously provide you the questions to but her her tweet was this. The actions of employers is speaking a thousand words. At the moment we must remember this when applying for new roles. So here's some key questions for the interview e to ask the interviewer it could be this. What initiatives did you put in place for your employees during Kovin? What business is were most represented during cove it and what behaviors did the leadership team demonstrate when making difficult business decisions during cove. and. The last question was, how did you communicate with your employees during covert? So I. Think these are fantastic questions because it really get to the heart of the employer and how they cared for their employees. Did they just say they were care for their employees or did they really take action and? Whether actions backed up by their company values their guiding principles, their mission and their vision. Really. One thing like for a great example, this airbnb when they started to lay people off because of the pandemic. They created what they call the AIRBNB alumni list, and basically this was a long list that I believe they actually made public through Google doc where recruiters employers could go and find employees who were being laid off at Airbnb and they made their information public. So you had access to their job title what they did their contact information, and maybe even a link to a resume. was a fantastic way of supporting their employs during that time. So these are some great questions I think they're once you definitely need to ask when you go in for your interview or when you even interview on the phone and certainly if you're interviewing by zoom.
Questions you need to be asking employers regarding the Pandemic
"Good morning friends. It is Wednesday in it is time for another episode of our job search advice podcast up so that we do weekly every Wednesday and it comes out every Wednesday at seven eight am, and this is really just an opportunity to try to do as much as we can on our end to help you as you might be going through a job search or even considering a new opportunity or maybe. You're in a position where you feel like you need to pivot your career because the pandemic because of the changes that have occurred everything is very chaotic, and so we wanted to try to level the field a little bit by providing you with as much information as we can on the job surge in the career search some career advice that kind of stuff. So this one's going to be relatively short because I'm. kind of relates the idea of the employment brand. Now, if you haven't been following any recruiters only ten for the past number of years, you may not have seen a lot of these posts about recruitment marketing, employment branding, and fact it's really why my career fit actually exist in the sense that we help employers tell you about what they're like more than just what you're going to find a job description more about their culture and their mission and the vision. That's what that's about. But what's interesting because of the pandemic Mark Cuban actually the the businessman famous business guy. Quoted I. Think this was probably right around the beginning of April. So not long after the coronavirus hit hit the United States he came out and said how companies respond to this crisis is going to define their brand for decades and if you didn't take care of your employs or stakeholders and put them first, you were that company. So. Basically his idea was to say, look you better be taking care of your people as best as you possibly can during this pandemic because if you don't, it's going to come back to haunt you and you're going to have a really hard time hiring people because they're going to be wondering, how did you treat your people during the pandemic? So I wanted to provide a few questions that you can ask during the interview now and even later down the road even maybe after this whole pandemic has over still some questions that you can continue to ask potential employers that you are considering. How they treated their employees, how they handled the pandemic. In, these questions actually come from Amanda Webb. She's the head of people at a company called Jim Sharpe. And she had posted these questions on twitter and I'll give you the whole read but also obviously provide you the questions to but her her tweet was this. The actions of employers is speaking a thousand words. At the moment we must remember this when applying for new roles. So here's some key questions for the interview e to ask the interviewer it could be this. What initiatives did you put in place for your employees during Kovin? What business is were most represented during cove it and what behaviors did the leadership team demonstrate when making difficult business decisions during cove. and. The last question was, how did you communicate with your employees during covert? So I. Think these are fantastic questions because it really get to the heart of the employer and how they cared for their employees. Did they just say they were care for their employees or did they really take action and? Whether actions backed up by their company values their guiding principles, their mission and their vision. Really. One thing like for a great example, this airbnb when they started to lay people off because of the pandemic. They created what they call the AIRBNB alumni list, and basically this was a long list that I believe they actually made public through Google doc where recruiters employers could go and find employees who were being laid off at Airbnb and they made their information public. So you had access to their job title what they did their contact information, and maybe even a link to a resume. was a fantastic way of supporting their employs during that time.
"jim sharpe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jim Sharpe. Yasin Arizona's morning news coming up some Phoenix. Police officers have been taken off the streets, put on death's duty because what have they posted on their social media accounts. But I as the president plans to move forward with tariffs on Mexico's imports, senators, Lindsey Graham, and Martha mcsally had a lot to say about it during a town hall hope we can have a break here that doesn't include the tariffs going into effect. It's our top story. And here's Jimmy west. Arizona's immigration crisis. Arizona Republican Senator Martha mcsally says, she shares the president's frustration with the border, but hopes he will not follow through on his threat of putting a five percent tariff on Mexican products starting Monday, we have expanded coverage beginning live with KTAR Jim cross Jamie McKinley held one hour long telephone town hall last night with South Carolina, Senator Lindsey Graham accelerate says more pressure needs to be cranked up on Mexico to secure at southern border and stop the flow of Central American migrants to the US. I don't think solution to address the tacked on Arizona's at the tax on Arizona's hardworking families in order to address the border crisis. Mean Mexico's foreign minister will meet with secretary of state. Mike Pompeo today in the nation's capital to try to reach an agreement that could hold off escalating the tariffs on Mexico live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news of young illegal immigrants in Arizona may be one step closer to citizenship in the US congress has passed the American dream and promise act of twenty nineteen Arizona's congressman Greg Stanton cosponsored the Bill, and he tells KTAR, great win for tone, in particular, because we have one of the highest percentages of Dhaka eligible residents, however his colleagues across the aisle, like Arizona, congressman Paul gosar. Don't agree Democrats are affectively, inviting the mass migration illegal immigrants across our border states, including Zona Adele, now heads to the Senate. It's five oh two. Let's get our first look at traffic.
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"Jim Sharpe. You listen. Arizona's morning news coming up what is going on at Lewes prison in Buckeye. I sell doors will lock now a correctional officer has been stabbed. But first stunning new numbers this morning from border patrol. Our apprehension numbers are off the charts compared to recent years. That's our top story. And here's Jamie west. Arizona's immigration crisis. The southern United States border is on track to see more than a million migrants. Apprehended by the end of the year. Almost one hundred ten thousand were detained just last month. Let's go live to KTAR Jim cross for more Jamie, April, the highest number of monthly apprehensions in twelve years on the US Mexico border border patrol chief Kurla provost went before a Senate subcommittee yesterday to tell them what border agents are facing when they're stretched very thin, and what this humanitarian a national security crisis leading with additional manpower. Field commanders have had to pull agents off the border. Reduced has force participation postponed training and closed checkpoints. We cannot address this crisis by simply shifting more resources or building more facilities mouth. This huge surge. Border arrests in the last couple of months a stunning reversal from two thousand seventeen when border arrest fell to the lowest level in forty six years live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news KTAR, Jeremy foster. And the common refrain coming from Capitol Hill is congress needs to act now for anything meaningful to get done on the board or the question is what that will take. And here's what he was on a Republican Senator Martha mcsally told zone as morning news. The American people putting pressure on the Democrats to say stop playing games come to the table, close a loophole secure the border because I was says you're welcome any member of congress who wants to see for themselves. What's happening on the border to travel to AirAsia live in the news center. Jeremy foster KTAR news. Jeremy at eight oh two. Here's detour.
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"After he gets out of prison. Never insult. Number two is lifts weapons policy. Which states that drivers are not allowed to carry any weapons. I understand that from a liability standpoint. I mean, if a lift driver shoots a passenger by accident, there liability could be huge. But here's where it gets ridiculous lift says there are many items that can be considered weapons and actually stun guns and tasers, and I'm not kidding slingshots. So you can't even have a non lethal weapon in your car while you're driving for lifts. I don't drive for one of these rideshare companies. But if I did I would carry at minimum pepper spray or a taser. You know, it is the policy of both Uber and lift that passengers aren't allowed to carry weapons either Christina WADA's murderer didn't follow those rules. So if passengers don't I don't think driver should either worst that could happen to them if they're caught carrying by lifts that could be fired. But that beats the hell out of being dead. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five forever zone is morning. News on KTAR news. Recapping our top story. Pay raises for teachers is a start, but the superintendent of public instruction, Kathy. Hoffmann says lawmakers must also find better teacher fund, better teacher, development, and mentorship programs. Hop and tells the Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes show that will do more to stop them from burning out believing their you're feeling students and leaving the profession. An update now the officer involved shooting in Phoenix ads northern and seventh street Phoenix police say that no officers were hurt and our partners. ABC fifteen says say one suspect has died. We're working to bring you more details on that incident. That's been reported all morning long as northern avenue and seventh street twenty nineteen is that a violent start just south of the.
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"I'm Jim Sharpe. You're listening to Arizona's morning news. Back five police officers hurt in Houston after suspected drug dealers opened fire on them. We have the latest on their conditions in what happened, but I can you even imagine what sixty below feels like historic freezing temperatures in the mid west, and it's affecting air travel here. That's our top story. And here's Jamie west. It. Even sounds cold in Kalamazoo Michigan right now. Hundreds of flights have been canceled nationwide. Because of the severe cold snap in the mid west KTAR. Jim cross is live at sky harbor airport. Yeah. Jamie. One more reason to be glad you live in Arizona. We don't have polar vortex is here. Like, they do in the midwest, Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Madison. Wisconsin expecting off the chart cold tonight into Thursday. When shells fifty sixty sixty five below a some saying, it's the coldest temperatures a sense the nineties at least more than four hundred flights so far have been cancelled in Chicago, hundreds nationwide. No, no, long lines here at ticketing our security at sky harbor, no crowds of people that appear to be stranded flight boards here showing a few cancelled flights to Medway O'Hare, Minneapolis Toronto. While other flights are lifting off on schedule. The cities are right now. Fly to where it says about Twenty-three flights and out of sky harbor have been cancelled twenty of those are south west. So be sure to check with the airline before heading out to the airport this morning. We'll have at sky harbor and thanks Jim cross. KTAR news take gym at six. Oh, two. And here comes detour.
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"Jim Sharpe. You listening to Arizona's morning news. It looked like daylight in south Phoenix overnight with a massive fire broke out at a condo construction site. But first brand new poll numbers are out in that contentious Arizona Senate race between Martha mcsally and Kirstin cinema. It's our top story. Here's Jayme west, Arizona votes. We are five days away from the midterm elections. Who's in the lead to replace Arizona? Republican Senator Jeff flake depends on which polio. Look at KTAR. Jim cross is live with more. Jamie OH predictive insights ABC fifteen poll finds MC Sally is increased to a seven point lead over cinema chief pollster might novel says in our Cobb County, the largest amount of voters in the state MC salience tied at forty nine percent. But mcsally has a commanding lead over cinema in the rural areas of the state historic amount of money spent on this contest primaries fence in Pima county, mayor county. It's ironic that rulers. Probably tip the scale make salaries direction where she's winning fifty nine percent of that vote compared us cinemas thirty five percent. Meanwhile, earlier this week and NBC Marist poll showed that Kirstin cinema. The democrat had a six point lead over Republican Martha mcsally live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news, January contraire as his running for Arizona, attorney general. I'd tells KTAR she'll fight for made a commitment that in my first thirty days, I'm going to visit every single county and pulled together law enforcement community leader space-based leaders control says she's going to focus on individuals instead of special interest groups KTAR did reach out to attorney general Mark Burnett. She's running for reelection. But has yet to hear back. By the way, we'll go in depth with Mike noble that pollster who put those numbers out about the Senate race in about ten minutes or so right now, let's get over to Dani Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, Jim I seventeen it's bumper to bumper southbound between Thunderbird and about Bethany home road. You had a recent accident that occurred over on I seventeen southbound Bethany but GPS removing the vehicles off the freeway. So that's going to be a good thing for you. You should start to pick up the pace soon. But damage already done there. You've got a new injury accident cactus just east of ice seventeen..
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"Thirty. I'm Jim Sharpe. You're listening to Arizona's morning news. I don't know. Maybe you saw a huge fire overnight near south mountain lit up, the sky like daylight. But I there are new numbers out this morning and Arizona's closely watched Senate race. It is our top story. Here's Jayme west, Arizona votes. We're five days away from the midterm election. And a new poll shows Republican Martha mcsally has up to lead over democrat Kirsten cinema in the Senate battle. Let's go live to KTAR's Jim cross, Jamie. One of the most closely watched races around the nation right now. ABC fifteen OH predictive insights whole has Martha mcsally Republican upping Hurley to seven points over democratic Hairston cinema. All two percent undecided. One percent for green candidate Angela grand chief pollster buying novel. Republicans have come home since the Cavanaugh situation. Also with the caravan issue, I think has swung independence towards me. Salaries way of the will mental MS definitely behind her and noble. Says MC Sally has a commanding. Twenty four percent lead right now over cinema in the rural areas of the state live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news KTAR spoke with January contrary who's running for Arizona attorney general I'll make sure that we're focused on people and individuals when there are special interests that want us to do the work for them as if we are their lawyers as opposed to the lawyers for the people contrary says she will fight for Arizona's and protect health care for those with pre existing conditions. KTAR reached out to attorney general Mark Burnett? She's running for reelection. But we have yet to hear back. All right at five thirty one. Here's our update right now from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center, Dani Sullivan. It looks like seventeen. Southbound you've got slow down. It's between Glendale in about Thomas. You're going to pick up the pace only to slow back down around van Buren nineteenth avenue. I ten. It is heavy eastbound ninety first avenue to fifty first avenue and over on US sixty there's a minor wreck eastbound at Ellsworth all off to the side of the freeway. This report it's brought to you by acute wealth. Advisers. Join Damon and Matt every Saturday at two on KTAR four winning with money and find them online at winning with money radio dot com. Dani Sullivan, KTAR news.
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"Morning. I'm Jim Sharpe. Ula. Saint Arizona's morning news big developments overnight in President Trump's plan for the southern border. We don't want them in this country. If they wanna come into the country, you have to apply that is our top story. Here's jayme. West KTAR is on immigration, President Trump says he wants to end birthright citizenship and says he can do it with an executive order KTAR's. Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage Jamie yesterday, the president telling Fox News he plans to put tent cities along the border to house those across the border illegally. Then the president told HBO's axios, you can definitely end birthright citizenship an act of congress. But now believes he can do just an executive order. Trump did not say when he might sign that order, and it has to end have you talked about that with council. So we're in the process in the process it'll happen. Executive order, man. Just moments ago, Senator Lindsey Graham twitted the policy a birthright citizenship is absurd. Says he plans to introduce legislation along the same lines as the executive order proposed executive order from President Trump live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. I'm KTAR's Ali vetnar this morning. Democratic Senate candidate cure Cincinnati joined Arizona's morning news with a focus on immigration after the president's recent comments about a potential tent city to point for asylum seekers waiting for their court date cinema didn't say whether she was for or against the idea. However, the individuals who come to our countries seeking asylum need to get in front of a judge and have their case processed as quickly as possible. That's why I've supported legislation to increase funding for federal judges in immigration court. Republican Senate candidate Martha mcsally will join Arizona's morning news tomorrow morning live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news. Not.
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"Jim Sharpe. You're listening air is on his morning news five valley cops hurt in two separate shootings yesterday. But I as that migrant caravan continues north across Mexico, President Trump has announced a plan of action for our southern border. If we don't have strong borders. We don't have a country we have team coverage. It's our top story. And here's Jimmy west KTAR is on immigration. The president says he plans to put tent cities across the United States border with Mexico KTAR. Jim cross begins. Our live team coverage with the latest development, Jamie. The president telling Fox News last night, he will not spend hundreds of millions of dollars on structures to hold those across the border legally instead tenth city, they're going to be very nice, and they're going to wait. And if they don't get asylum. They get out and very few people. They don't actually if you want to wait, they don't usually get asylum. You know that also from overnight the president says he's planning to terminate birthright citizenship, according to a report from HBO's access program which airs Sunday night. Trump plans to sign an executive order that would remove the right to citizenship for babies non-citizens an unauthorized emigrants born on US soil live the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. I'm KTAR's Ali vetnar this morning Democratic Senate candidate kiss Kirsten cinema joined Arizona's morning news. When asked about the president's idea of sending troops to the southern border. She didn't disagree. I've long supported having additional support on the border as we know because our men and women who are keeping our border safe and secure do need help and support to do that. I also support increasing funding for border security in smart ways. Cinema says those smart ways include things like drones night vision, goggles and towers Republican Senate candidate Martha mcsally will join airs Ona's morning news tomorrow morning live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news. KTAR.
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"Jim Sharpe joins us with his sharper point, presented by the Schwartz laser eye center. That giant caravan of Central American migrants that's now in Mexico headed for the US border has me asking some questions, admittedly one that's kinda juvenile when you hear the term caravan. Do you think of the formerly ubiquitous mode of the eighties family transportation known as the dodge caravan? Yeah. You know, things weren't so bad for these people that might actually be humorous, but ABC's Matt gut men who's traveling with them suggested to me this morning that things must be bad back home because just the twenty miles traveled. Yesterday was horrific actually it was hot ninety degrees or so really humid people were collapsing. One garage. He fell into my arms. I it was pretty harrowing makes you wonder why these people are willing to endure this kind of suffering. Matt says the town square and Tapachula Mexico where they camped out smells awful because not only has nobody figured out the eating and sleeping arrangements. But also the bathroom we were told by the ice director in Phoenix that people crossing our border. These days are mostly families looking for asylum. So why aren't they seeking or being given asylum in Mexico? Well, apparently Mexico did offer, but they think it's some sort of trick to get them onto buses and they'll be deported afterwards. The Mexican government has also attempted to turn them around which President Trump is insisted on but that hasn't worked out either. So the caravan has the potential become a Humana. -tarian crisis that ends violently in Mexico. And that might be okay with President Trump not because he wants them hurt. But because even if the United States Marine corps deploys to know Gallus, we're told by experts that they cannot turn away the one seeking asylum. And then this huge caravan becomes a huge political embarrassment for Donald Trump. Join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for Amazon is morning news on KTAR news KTAR is education. The Arizona state board of education voted today to adopt revised Arizona science standards, which recognize evolution. The would also voted to revise Arizona, history and social science standards, Arizona votes. There are now three point seven million people registered to vote in Arizona of those more than one point three million Republicans in just over one point two million are Democrats one point two million others are not affiliated with any party. President Trump says the US will begin cutting aid to the myla on Dudas Salvador, those are three Central American countries. He accuses. A failing to stop thousands of migrants heading for the US border. President trump. Meanwhile, says the jury's still out on exactly what happened to Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi for weeks. President Trump has given Saudi leaders the benefit of the doubt. But now, I am not satisfied with what I've heard Mr. Trump. It was a fist fight that led to Jamal kashogi Steph, but the president still sent his own investigators tremendously talented people that do this very well they're coming back tonight tomorrow, Mr. Trump reluctant to sanction the Saudis saying he doesn't want to lose billions in arms sales Andy Field. ABC news, Washington. Meanwhile, surveillance video leaked today appears to show a man walking out of the diplomatic posts rookie Shoghi died wearing the journalists close hurricane will off the western coast of Mexico now category for it had been downgraded university climate expert. Randy servants says luckily, Texas will take the brunt of the storm not rezone the remnants of hurricanes..
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"I'm Jim Sharpe. The democratic candidate for governor David Garcia, our guest in just little over an hour from right now on Arizona's morning news. But I how did they do. Senate candidates Martha mcsally Huston cinema went at it. Last night in Phoenix. I have been leading the effort to secure the border. I believe that simply funding for a border wall is not sufficient it is our top story. And here's Jamie, west era, Zona votes. US Senate candidates Kirstin cinema and Martha mcsally faced off in a heated debate last night. One of the most contentious moments of the debate chemo, an mkx Sally accused cinema of treason and cited a fifteen year old radio interview Kirsten, what came out last week CNN reported that in two thousand three she was on the radio, you said it was okay. For Americans to join the Taliban. Cinemas response Martha has chosen to run a campaign like the one you're seeing right now, it's. Aging ridiculous attacks and smearing my campaign after the debate MC Sally again accused cinema of treason while speaking to reporters. Meanwhile, cinema told reporters she did not encourage anyone to join the Taliban, Griselda zetino, KTAR news. And I'm Jim cross live in the news center. Valley political experts stand barn says the cinema campaign probably feel. She was poise calm and control the facts wall. Excel is campaign leave she was authentic and passionate and Landis rule blows on cinema last night. I think Sally's best moment was at the end of the debate. When she in enthusiastically challenged Kitson cinema on her statements. Relative Americans joining the Taliban fighting against the United States live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. Thanks, Jim at six. Oh, two. And now for the first time from the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
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"Jim Sharpe. You listen to Arizona's morning, news and Arizona votes. Most Arizonans agree. We gotta secure the border the border a big topic of the debate between Martha mcsally and Kirstin cinemas. They faced off last night. Separating families is not reflective of American values. But the most memorable the debate was about cinema and the Taliban. It's our top story. And here is Jamie west of political punches between Senate candidates, Martha mcsally and Kirstin cinema didn't stop when the debate ended. Speaking to reporters afterwards make Sally again, accused cinema up treason. She cited a two thousand three radio interview in which the host asked cinema. If she'd be okay with him joining the Taliban. There's so many things that are discrediting about cinema and the things that are being revealed every single day about her past, but this one tops the charts Martha has chosen to run a campaign like the one you're seeing right now, it's aging ridiculous attacks and smearing my campaign, and she's just trying to. Cut cut cut and not share the full picture valley political experts. Damn Barnes says MC Sally and cinema didn't hurt their campaigns. But probably left undecided voters, even more confused KTAR. Jim cross is live with more. Jimmy Barnes says both campaigns have reason to celebrate last night's debate. But he feels it left many of those undecideds wondering which candidate to believe each side accused the other of lying distortion spending millions of dollars to smear it takes a real dedicated voter to sift through that. And to study the issues and to get to the final decision live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news. By the way, we are running a Twitter poll right now at as e morning news at easy morning news on who you think won the debate last night or you can actually even vote. Neither one of them won the debate. Here is Dani Sullivan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center.
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"Eighteen this morning. Sam is gonna make your cell phone buzz. You'll see the words presidential alert FEMA is conducting his first nationwide mobile device. Emergency alert test. The presidential alert would be used only in nationwide emergency like a nuclear or widespread terror attack. Fema swayed Whitmore says you can't opt out of receiving the message phone receives the message and displays it to you. And then once you hit the dismiss button on your phone the messages gone coming up in about ten minutes or so Jim Sharpe will be taking a more in depth look at the presidential alert. You're going to be getting the feds have given eight
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"I'm Jim Sharpe. That's one of the stories. We're following first. Let's get a traffic update in San Marcos seventy eight freeway westbound before sycamore avenue an accident blocking the couple lanes for a time cleared out of the way just got the update from a little bit ago. Still some slow going in sponge from my fifteen but all lanes opened five southbound LA Hoya village drive earlier crash there that's also now clearing, but traffic, stop and go from Genesee. This report is sponsored by my CPA dot com. San Diego's newest airline flying to all your favorite destinations, like Reno, Las Vegas, San Jose. In Phoenix flights beginning November first from the convenient Carl's better for. The New York Times is reporting. Donald Trump reportedly engaged in tax schemes that included cases of fraud helping his parents shield millions in taxes Trump received the equivalent today of at least four hundred thirteen million dollars from his father's real estate business. CBS news White House. Correspondent Zhang has more. The article details numerous schemes by the Trump family to help. Mr. Trump's parents lower their tax burden including setting up a sham corporation to hide millions of dollars in gifts and drawing up a plan to undervalue real estate holdings on tax returns, Charles harder. An attorney for the president said in a statement, the allegations of fraud and tax evasion are one hundred percent false and highly defamatory but late today, the New York state tax department said it is reviewing the allegations in the times article the supreme court will consider the case of an Alabama death row inmate who lawyers say. Suffers from dementia and can no longer. Remember killing a police officer in one thousand nine hundred eighty five CBS news Bill Rakoff reports justices are scheduled to here today arguments about whether it's unconstitutional to execute. Sixty eight year old Vernon Madison convicted of killing mobile police officer. Julia sheltie in one thousand nine hundred five the supreme court has said in the past the death row prisoners must understand that they are about to be executed, and why Madison's lawyers say he's incompetent because he doesn't remember the crime that landed him on death row, but the Alabama attorney general will argue that while Madison's health has declined he understands the crime the conviction and the sentence. Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington a nine year.
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"Jim Sharpe. You're listening to Arizona's morning news in a high stakes drama about Don fold in Washington DC is the hearings get underway for Brett cavenaugh and his accuser. President Trump says he's hearing from a lot of women who are supporting Cavanaugh the people that have complained to me about it the most. But what's happening are women supreme court nominees? Hearing is our top story. And here's Jamie west day of high drama in the Senate begins in one hour bread. Cabin is accuser, Christine Ford will be grilled by nearly two dozen senators and a better America county. Sex crimes prosecutor KTAR was Jim cross is live with details. Jamie from America county courtroom to the United States Senate prosecutor, Rachel Mitchell met with the Republicans yesterday, not to online questions more about Senate rules and guidelines ABC's Mary Bruce says Ford will testify I this morning followed separately by judge Cavanaugh. They both will deliver their opening statements. And then field a total of an hour and forty five minutes of questions each going back and forth between the? Democratic senators and the Republicans new attorney number sure to stay here with Arizona's morning news and listen beginning in an hour from out seven o'clock and throughout the morning as we bring you live coverage of the cavenaugh confirmation hearing from Washington DC live in the news center. Jim cross KTAR news for the second time. Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill is formerly vouching for Cavanaugh. The to went to high school together Bidwell has among sixteen men and women who signed a letter to the Senate Judiciary committee. Refuting the latest allegations of sexual misconduct against him. It's the second time Bidwill signed a letter in support of the supreme court nominee. It's six. Oh, one by the way, you can learn more about this valley prosecutor at KTAR dot com. They've got a lot of information there. Let's get you some traffic.
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"I'm Jim Sharpe. That's that's one of the stories. We're following. I a check on traffic into making the crash I fifteen northbound near Rancho California ramp stages now, right shoulder. There may still be a pinch of extra slowing though on northbound fifteen inches macula hate freeway eastbound before the age of five or stall has cleared, but again could see a little bit of a leftover traffic. Jim there. This report sponsored by Westin. Hotels and resorts Weston empowers your wellbeing while on the road with rejuvenating heavenly beds and signature wellness programs. That are designed to help you stay in control while traveling Westin. Let's rise. A lawyer for a woman accusing supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh, the sex assault decades ago says she'd be willing to testify to the Senate Judiciary committee next week if they can agree to terms that ensure her safety CBS news in Jelica Alvarez has the latest in a letter to Democrats last night judiciary committee, chairman Chuck Grassley outlined his plans. He said committee aides were reaching out to Mark judge and two other unnamed alleged witnesses, and that Democrats had thus far declined to participate more than a thousand of blassie's fellow alumni have now signed a letter to say they support her. Samantha Gary has known Blasi since middle school. We have no doubt that this was in fact, her experience, and I think she's detailed it admirably. Republicans say aides interview judge Cavanaugh under oath in private on Monday. They appear to be moving ahead with plans to vote on his nomination. Next week Anjelica Alvarez CBS news, Capitol Hill. Criticism is pouring into the NBA offices for the league's handling of pervasive sexual misconduct in the Dallas Mavericks front office. Some believe owner Mark Cuban should have been punished. CBS news Bill Rakoff reports New Jersey attorney general and mill grim led the independent investigation into the complaints in the Mavs front office, including accusations against former sales exec, Chris hide there is an instance when Hyde came into the office and a used condom fell out of his pants leg. No grim says there's no evidence that team owner Mark Cuban knew about the misconduct Cuban on ESPN earlier today. I'm sorry. I didn't see it. I'm just sorry. I recognize it. The NBA says.
Backstreet Boys' singer Nick Carter will not be charged in sex case
"Backstreet boys is off the hook when it comes to rape charges. Actually boy. Nick Carter was publicly accused of rape last November by Melissa Schuman. Who was a member of the pop group dream? She says Carter raped her in two thousand three when she was eighteen Carter claims their relationship was consensual. She filed a police report in February. Now, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office is weighed in saying it won't pursue the case. Because it's too old the statute of limitations expired in two thousand thirteen the news comes as Carter just revealed on social media that his wife suffered a miscarriage. They have a two year old
Baz, Jim Sharpe and CBS discussed on Brett Winterble
"TV host Julie Chen, the wife former CBS CEO, Leslie Moonves says she's taking time off from her. Daytime show the talk to spend time with her family this afternoon Baz was forced to step down after new allegations of sexual misconduct. CBS news hanadova reports moon Baz released a statement saying untrue allegations from decades ago are now being made against me that are not consistent with who. I am. I am deeply saddened to be leaving the company the resignation had led to a shakeup of
Barack Obama, President and Trump discussed on Brett Winterble
"Trump says attorney general Jeff Sessions should investigate the identity of the author of an anonymous New York Times opinion piece Trump says he believes the opinion piece critical of his leadership is a national security issue.
Arizona, US and Jim Sharpe discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Slumping internet and technology shares as a result. The NASDAQ composite was trading eighty points lower. The Dow Jones was off forty three points, the S and P five hundred was down. Fifteen digital currency prices were trading
New Mexico, Mike Pence and Tim Draper discussed on Brett Winterble
"The latest while the grandfather of missing georgia boy says the remains of the child found buried at a desert compound in new mexico are that of his grandson but new mexico thority say they have yet to identify the remains the boy would have turned four
Kathleen Turner discusses Trump's 'gross' handshake
"A couple of weeks in the midterms this, November we're, lousy with campaign signs right now. We really could rename this the valley of the, sign some cities try to regulate campaign. Signs but freedom of speech usually wins out which, doesn't exactly Lead to freedom to see much, of anything else at some intersections over the last few days somebody or somebody's took action to face the signs of. Some candidates sneaking suspicion this has less to do with, trying to rid us of the signs and more of a wish to rid us of certain candidates someone chopped up Kelli ward sign so that it now reads serve war. US Senate but the piece of resistance I saw, was a modification of a sign for corporation commission candidate, Rodney Glassman he probably now feels a, little bit of a kinship with Kramer from Seinfeld Asni These. Don't belong to me I'm not the ass man I think there's been a mistake All right the twelve year old me, thinks this stuff's funny but the truth is if you're caught, the facing a campaign. Sign you could get more. Than just a few days. In jail a fine and probation Maybe a better punishment would be to force them to listen to a speech from the candidate who signed they, destroyed forty seven. Times at a role there's an incentive by the way ask man is not the worst case of campaign signed tomfoolery, I witnessed in Arizona politics that would have occurred back on July twenty first two thousand ten you see the night before the, rubber inflatable. Dam that used to, hold back the water and Tempe town lake failed and the lake, emptied as the sun rose on a muddy bottomed riverbed what his what Tempe, town lake is without any water political science for that year's midterm election could be seen dotting the. Landscape from. Shore to former shore and somehow I don't think, they were put there to reach scuba diving voters join Jim Sharpe, and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for zone is morning, news on KTAR news It's five eleven it is a big day in, politics with primaries in four states and a high stakes special election in the buckeyes state tonight all eyes on the high stakes, special election. In Ohio's twelfth district, the race a dead heat in a deep red district President Trump, won this Stitcher in Ohio by eleven points just two years ago. Troy boulders? And come on up and he's throwing his arms around Republican Tori boulder send a two-term state Senator His opponent Thirty-one-year-old Democrats Danny O'Connor ABC's Tara Palmeri we've heard of people complaining about President Trump because. Of a lot of things well now there's. Something else being added to the list now he's being criticized for his handshake in a new interview with Volker actress Kathleen Turner calls Trump's. Handshake gross because he uses his index finger to rub the inside. Of your wrist she claims that Trump, is trying to do some. Kind of seductive intimacy move would the. Handshake Bob, McClay. KTAR news with so many wildfires burning right now in California resources are coming up short Amazonia firefighters are already there helping out. But now firefighters are being brought, in from as far away as, New Zealand, and Australia and active duty soldiers are being trained as firefighters Christians across China have seen their churches rated and their bibles, confiscated amid the eighth easiest ruling communist parties ambitious new effort to dictate, and in, some cases displace the practice A faith coming up on five thirteen and here's what we're working on Sapna indicate TR newsroom it's. A modern twist on the old loss dog poster KTAR's Taylor Kiner. Up has more on how miracle the, county's new partnership is working. To reunite lost pets and their owners Maricopa county's animal Karen controls new partnership with a group called finding Rover is using. Facial recognition software to help relocate pets Jose Santiago with. County animal care and control says the website is simple to use go onto the website finding. River dot, com you upload your pets photo you fill out the information concerning not only, you but your pet as well it's a free service, and the database does the rest. The database then pulls, all the pictures of animals in their system. With similar facial- facial features Santiago says they hope this will ease overcrowding in county shelters live from the newsroom Taylor interrupt KTAR news Hopefully lots more pets. Will be reunited with this all right let's check on your drive home now here's. The tour Dan valley Chevy dealers traffic center it looks like they're still about five freeway snags but all lanes are open that's the important news in this traffic report we've got some right times I'll touch on in a minute. For the east valley but for now southbound what a what Pima freeway at rain tree wreck off to the right southbound one zero one hour for you. You've got a wreck approaching McDowell also off right, and you've got. A crash on the, northbound two zero two red mountain freeway university on ramp. It is also off to, the right broken waterline restrictions along Scottsdale road this afternoon this is going to be in the area of Osborne just south of. Be prepared for restrictions there, and a twenty six minute ride, eastbound ten seventeen split, down to the two. Zero two Santan twenty five minutes on the sixty eastbound I ten east Ellsworth only an extra minute though..
Polish tourists killed in sightseeing plane crash in Alaska
"As of this week just about every school district is back in session don't tell you what it's reason for celebration at our house first because well i do love my kids i also like i don't know a little bit of silence and at least ten minutes between toy motivated fights the other reason for celebration is because my wife's a public schoolteacher and she's been promised to raise trust me it's the smaller of the celebrations because the race hasn't actually shown up and it'll basically cover our water bill every month but as my wife likes to remind me she didn't get into education to get rich so really as parents our primary focus regarding the teacher raise is this will make a difference for the kids because ultimately they are the reason we have schools teachers have jobs in the first place personal finance website wallethub just did an analysis of schools nationwide and confirm what we've already known zona schools ain't so good Look right there, I went, to public school in Arizona I just use the word eight but seriously wallet, hubs ranking say we are forty seventh overall thank. Goodness they included Washington DC so we weren't the third worst we were, only, the fourth worst in the. Country simply based on the education level and the ongoing training the teachers are required to have they definitely deserve. More money but we also have to seriously consider whether teacher raises will raise the quality of education in our. State because of the real world the customer ultimately decides whether people get raises because things like quality and customer service keeps. People coming back and cash registers ringing but when an entity is run by the government. Like our public schools, are well there are all sorts of different agendas they can get in the way of serving the customer our kids and making sure that. They can someday earner race through what, they learned in. School join Jim Sharpe and Jamie west tomorrow morning at five for China's morning news here on KTAR news It's five eleven now some damaging testimony today at the first trial, stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation on day five of the trials star witness Rick gates taking the stand testifying he helped. Former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort commit crimes coming, face to face with his former, business partner Paul Manafort gates testified that. They committed crimes together including not reporting more than a, dozen offshore accounts the prosecutor asking were you involved in any criminal activity with Mr. Manafort yes gates, answered is you commit any crimes with Mr. Manafort yes gates answered again that's ABC's Cecilia Vega A grim scene in Alaska's Denali national park after a sightseeing plane. With polish tourists on board crashed the plane went down on a mountain ridge on Saturday but the clouds men a rescue operation was impossible the pilot of the sightseeing. Plane called in via satellite phone to say his passengers head. Injuries finally now rescue teams have been able to fly in aboard a high altitude, helicopter four of. The people on board the plane have been found dead fifty is missing presumed dead extremely, Steve icy terrain Alex stone ABC news five twelve, here's what, we're working, on this afternoon indicate. A our newsroom and students head. Back to school checking now with some teachers that we talked to earlier. During the red for Ed movement to see what kind of pay raises they're getting KTAR Griselda zetino. Has the story, Elizabeth millage is a second grade teacher at whispering winds? Academy, she's getting, a twelve percent pay raise this year when? You, look at it, overall that's a huge Blessing to have? That increase, that will bring her paycheck to about forty.
Brian Kemp, President Trump and University Of Georgia discussed on Mike Slater
"Can't somebody do that. If? I would just appear stand up? That was it right Sorry Now. Man The lady tune in to watch? This I'm gonna go home. At work on. This little bit warmer bring you tomorrow You. Won't green this Yeah what did? You say you baby Was freeing right did? You. Just say that it was very Three Why? Why why did you have to? Apologize Why, did you do that why. What, it's about? But? You? Have a show Mike are you I've never? Had? The? Apologies never, had you've never never not, since. You've been It is. A little different though because you. Get a different crowd it's. Not so. Much I don't think I've ever had Steve Harvey's doing a lot of family TV show things I've apologized. For things but I. Don't think I've had to apologize Like the bosses, said you'd better apologize for that I. Made mistakes I've come out and pants but as, different? Than than this, had like we're gonna pulling sponsors that scenario, before let me give you a crazy apology story, here right because this is can you think I said a. Second ago it's going to take brave comedians. To save comedy and it will take brave people as. Opposed to what cowards, so let me share with you a coward This is the dean of journalism. And mass communications at the university of Georgia He tweeted I went. To high school with the GOP governor candidate Brian Kemp guys running for governor I think he. Was the secretary state of Georgia and I was. Running for governor high school we played YMCA ball from. Childhood politics be damned he's a nice guy always was kind to a fault. He's a friend always has been and. Will be when we're older and grayer that's how all this should work people That was his. Tweet Couple response you're. A straight white man of course he was nice. And kind to you racists are generally nice. To their own kind Why don't you say what you really mean You'd never vote for a black woman and. Would much rather vote for the white racist Okay It's the definition of. Privilege the dean has the luxury of damning politics because no politician is threatening his rights safety or. Survival He's willing to. Empower those who threaten the same of others on account of the candidate being nice to him personally Pushing his politics aside, and? Only highlighting his good nature only downplays the harshness and reality. Of degrading campaign okay so you get the idea right so he deleted his tweet and he came out with this I'd like to apologize to anyone offended. By, my tweet set out about, Brian? Excuse me by tweet shoutout to Brian Kemp it was ill-timed Time And poorly written I've read and learned so much From us from us all And will endeavour to be more thoughtful in the future Endeavor that's a nice I'm going to endeavor To be more. Even devil I've. I've learned so much And I. Will, endeavour to be more On Gag me What a coward. Right there Well he's endeavouring truth Okay. A little inside joke if I'm ever forced to make an apology lettuce and I'm taking the cowardly route. If, that ever happened I'm going to put the word endeavor That's going to be. A little wink an odd to you Listening right now If the word if I ever use the word endeavor in an apology You know and they're gonna find this tape and play Good, for you you deserve? To call me out on that but you know. What two hundred seven sixty k. AM seven breaking news Jim. Sharpe vet always endeavouring to give? Us, the best headlines then what are we got there well President Trump today raise concerns about the sale of plastic guns made with three d printers a day after several US states sued is. Administration to block online publication of designs to make weapons that security screening may not detect senior Ronnie and officials and military commanders today rejected President Trump's offer of talks. Without preconditions calling his offer worthless in a dream Iran's foreign minister said. That Washington should blame itself for ending talks with Tehran when it withdrew from the nuclear deal students in France. Will soon be required to leave their smartphones at home starting in September schools in France will implement a ban on. Internet connected. Devices for kids between three and fifteen years, old screen addiction was a main reason for Passing the law you're never.
Jim Ryan ABC, Singapore and Federal Reserve discussed on Dave Ramsey
"Down, again look at your buddy from the copper pointed shirts business center. From ABC news Wall. Street now investors shook off their early morning hesitancy and they've pulled the major indexes. Onto higher ground the Dow Jones industrial average was. Ahead forty points late in. The morning the s. and p. five hundred had picked up three and a half and the. NASDAQ composite was trading. Thirty two points above it's opening today the. Early indication from. Traders is President Trump's tweeted criticism of the Federal Reserve this morning is not likely to have much impact on the Fed's, monetary policy for the rest of the year two more interest rate hikes. Are expected during two thousand. Eighteen a major cyber attack on Singapore's government. Health database has. Exposed. The personal information of about. One and a half million people at. Among them the prime. Minister of Singapore anyone care for a four day workweek. A New Zealand, company tried paying it's two hundred forty workers a. Full week salary for four days of work it found no decreasing productivity but an. Increase in job satisfaction among, its staff Jim Ryan ABC news for more money news visit the copper pointed business center. At, KTAR dot com we're five minutes away from Dave Ramsey now from Arizona's morning news Jim. Sharpe joins us with his sharper point..
J&J vows to overturn $4.7 billion talc verdict
"The copper point insurance business center johnson and johnson says it will appeal a jury verdict awarding nearly four point seven billion dollars until damages to twenty two women and their families after they claimed asbestos in johnson and johnson talcum powder contributed to their ovarian cancer council for the point of says johnson and johnson has covered up evidence of festus in their products for more than forty years company says it quote remains confident that its products do not contain asbestos and do not cause ovarian cancer dow futures fairly flat right now however the s and p five hundred is actually moved into negative territory those futures are down about a point nasdaq also flat right now about twenty minutes ahead of the trading day and coming up in about five minutes here on arizona's morning news we'll take you live to the uk where abc news correspondent karen travers who usually talk to from the white house is traveling with the president the president and theresa may the uk prime minister holding a joint press conference as we speak we'll get some of the highlights of that for you and how the president is handling after criticizing theresa may having to stand there podium right next door that's ahead here on arizona's morning news at six ten right now jim sharpe somebody who is completely opposite of him is somebody who's just reading the news and really doesn't necessarily have much thought behind it or much heart behind it so that's why i like to listen to him because you know he doesn't overload you with too much emotion or too much feeling towards it but it's also not like listening to a book report get your day started with arizona's morning news it's gaydos new build home sales are on.
"jim sharpe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And traffic now mission accomplished i'm jim sharpe your listeners morning news and this morning in thailand all twelve eu soccer players and their coach have been rescued from a flooded cave latest on storm damage and power outages from yesterday's by big monsoon storm here he's a brilliant jurist with a clear and effective writing style and you'll hear what valley law experts have to say about president trump's supreme court nominee now with our top story here's jayme west the rescue is over all twelve boys and their soccer coach have been safely taken out of the flooded cave in northern thailand the final five or remove this morning abc's adrian banker is at the hospital where the other eight have been recovering eight of them inside are asking for their favorite foods including a lot of chocolate but it's far too early for that david put on a diet of soft foods including kanji traditional rice soup or rice porridge and we do know that hopefully soon within a week's time they'll be released and they can have that basil fried rice they've been longing for the rescue comes more than two weeks after the boys in their coach became trapped thirty one here from the valley chevy dealers traffic center is detour dan thank you sir it has been rough ride and no doubt about it but it's getting better we are into the eight o'clock hour and so far into these freeways just aren't going to be a major issue for you it's light to moderate slowing in most cases where i can find it but in most cases overall freeways are about to cash out or already have southbound fifty one tap of the brake lights approaching indian school now that was the good stop the bad stuff hasn't changed we still have all kinds of power lines down from yesterday storm and they're going to be areas where you want to steer clear of this morning including ellsworth between southern and broadway both vow this to an lindsay from broadway up to university fallen power cables of the problem on both of those roads same thing at baseline state radio five and huma road oliver rote power lines down there to got a crash of bell road east to sixty seventh avenue and traffic lights out at seventh avenue and osborn this traffic report is brought to.
Texas grand jury indicts Larry Nassar, but investigators find no evidence for charges against Karolyis
"A few years ago my former college roommate night would hiking in sequoia national forest in california it's not whitney's located the highest peak in the lower forty eight states we didn't hike whitney but we did do the mountain next door just about the time i'm starting to feel pretty good about my fitness level were passed by a group of wildland firefighters who are doing some training not only were they doing almost double our speed of ascent they were carrying chainsaw shovels and other heavy tools that we weren't we saw them again barely a half hour later on their way back down having already achieved the summit again a lot of respect for wildland firefighters that day and that was years before i would ever attend a journalist firefighting academy wildland firefighters incredibly fit they're incredibly fearless when i use the word fearless by the way i don't mean that they possess zero fear i mean that they fear less than we do a healthy dose of fear helps them do their job safely but the less part makes it possible to face what they face how else could you charge into an area where the possibility of retreat from a two thousand degree unpredictable force of nature is not guaranteed such was the situation the granite mountain hotshots based on june thirtieth two thousand thirteen i was in the comfort of my home office on that sunday five years ago preparing my radio morning show when i learned to the loss of those nineteen men it shook me like few other stories ever have and i say that with more than two decades in the media and having reported from the iraq war i spoke with governor jan brewer on the radio the next day struggling to not only wrap my head around the tragedy of losing that many heroes at one time but also the best way to verbally commemorate them i still haven't found the words to jim sharpe and jamie west weekday mornings at five am for china's morning news on ktar news it is five eleven now police in arundel county maryland reveal more details about the shooter who killed five at a annapolis newsroom yesterday police chief timothy altamaari reveals more about that weapon we've confirmed i think that it was a shotgun used in the incident i would also confirm it was a pump action shotgun it was legally purchased a year or so ago police say the attack was planned and that the shooter had a history of run ins with the law he's already serving decades in prison for sex assault in michigan and now former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar has been charged in texas a grand jury in walker county texas indicting larry nassar on six counts of sexual assault charges stem from an investigation at a houston area gymnastics training center run by famed coaches belen martha karoly gymnasts have claims nassar abused them there walker county prosecutors stephanie stroud fill certain there are probably others that have not come forward she says no charges have been filed against the but a former trainer is being charged along with nasser alex stone abc news troubles at utah state university in nineteen year old freshman linebackers been suspended from the football team after being charged with raping a woman at a party this is a former player is charged in a separate case with assaulting seven women two fraternity members have played guilty in sexual assault cases in recent years a woman was arrested for extreme dui will leaving salt river tubing with her four children in the car maricopa county sheriff's department says the woman was two times over the legal limit the retold six passengers in the car three of whom were under the age of twelve coming up on five thirteen and this is what we're working on this afternoon the ktar newsroom it's hot and dry out there right now but miracle counties flood control district urges you to start thinking about floods nonetheless ktar's kathy klein has more during monsoon season flooding hit anyone at.
"jim sharpe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Jim sharpe joins us with his sharper point presented by schwartz laser eye center so yesterday the democratic members of the house intelligence committee released about thirty five hundred or so facebook ads that they say were purchased by russian agents to try and influence how americans voted being as it was the democrats releasing this info you'd think all those facebook ads would show how the russians were rooting for the republicans and try to rally people behind donald trump so he'd win the election right come on what we were told the russians interfered with the american election actually american social media and they did so because they were trying to get donald trump to win because he's like their best friend or something right well then why in the world with the russians take both sides on just about every issue that they ran facebook ads on and why would those ads targeted not only fox news fans but also black users and gay users of facebook why because they played us against each other that's why the internet research agency basically an arm of the russian government pushed an anti beyond say protest rally on facebook as well as a pro beyond say protest rally at the same time at the same place the nfl's headquarters it's also why they not only created a brown power facebook page for politically minded latinos but also a south united page which featured the confederate flag they were behind a black matters page which criticised police brutality and a page called american made that supported police if you just go by what was released yesterday the russians didn't try to diminish the democrats chances and they didn't just try to diminish republican's chances in the two thousand sixteen election they tried to diminish our american way of life which includes free speech and free elections by trying to set us against each other and you know what it worked you can join jim sharpe jamie west monday morning at.
"jim sharpe" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And a high of one or one partly cloudy tonight with a low of eighty four in a high tomorrow of one hundred six degrees weather's brought to you by howard air at seven forty seven enters the checked sports paul calvi you know you do have one thing in common with least one athlete around here couple years ago when you took over in weirdest we're waiting getting a great low makia art van play contribute when is this jim sharpe guy in a contributing correspondent right now i think about it yeah it's a little while jamie used to it and then eventually sorta made legged martinez last night all odds j dig marty at a high paul dietsche senator fail at all i four hundred twenty seven feet worth of mondo homer and that monkey is off his bat on earth doing that manca back no doubt tents you they beat down the breeze grinky now uh he is six one the day after a loss so that's what you want to erase starter no doubt about that issue football it's i practice and of course all eyes on a number one quarterback now now we're starting quarterback and like knows added got beat him out so uh i'm looking forward to seeing that competition many wilkins use the started as according to todd graham and then who's going to start obvious in patrick peterson justin both old brandon roy also look good justin um there's still plan i love right now brandon he's a he's plant will cardinals with their first padded practice yesterday again today and that a sport spoke i'll be seeing ktar news on his afternoon news with necking gaydos trump is tightening the screws on his own party but what if the gop doesn't do what the president wants on how can he could get ugly in dc we'll talk about it.