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The warming trend begins

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The warming trend begins
More 100s in the forecast

CITY OF TUCSON OPERATES IN THENAME OF SAVING THE PLANET.

WETOLD YOU ABOUT THIS YESTERDAY.NOW -- 9 ON YOUR SIDE'S CRAIGSMITH DIGS DEEPER INTO THECLIMATE EMERGENCY AND THEAPPROVED A PLAN TO HELP.CLIMATE SCIENTISTS SAY MASSIVEWILDFIRES LIKE THE BIGHORNFIRE, AND MORE FREQUENT, MOREPOWERFUL HURRICANES AREALREADY PROOF THE CLIMATE HASCHANGED AND TIME'S RUNNING OUTFOR HUMANS TO HAVE A CHANCE TOREVERSE THE TRENDS.

MAYORREGINA ROMERO SAYS THAT'S WHYTUCSON HAS JOINED 17 HUNDREDOTHER CITIES IN DECLARING ACLIMATE EMERGENCY ANDCOMMITTING TO PLANS TO REDUCETHE CITY'S ENVIRONMENTALFOOTPRINT.

SHE SAYS THIS IS APRIORITY LIKE PROVIDING ROADS,POLICE AND FIRE PROTECTION,AND IS A VALID USE OF CITYMONEY BECAUSE SHE SAYS NOTADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGECOSTS MONEY TOO.

3:07 " AND SOI WOULD INVITE PEOPLE TO TAKEA LOOK AT THEIR ELECTRICBILLS.

AND MANY PEOPLECOMPLAIN OF THE $450 BILL THATTHEY RECEIVED IN AUGUST THEHOTTEST MONTH ON RECORD IN THECITY OF TUCSON.

" 3:25 RUNS:16THE PLAN CALLS FOR STEPS LIKERELIANCE ON CLEAN ENERGY&.CONVERTING CITY VEHICLES LIKESUNTRAN BUSES TO CLEANELECTRIC PROPULSION, ADAPTINGBUILDING PATTERNS TO REDUCEURBAN SPRAWL THAT MAKES ITHARDER TO USE MASS TRANSIT,AND PLANTING MANY MORE TREESTO PULL MORE CARBON OUT OF THEAIR.

OTHER PARTS OF THE PLANCALL FOR CONSERVING WATER ANDCAPTURING RAINWATER, ANDREDUCING WASTE.

THE MAYOR SAYSLIVING UP TO THE PLAN SHOULDBUILD BUSINESS AND JOBS.

8:30AND IT IS ALSO ABOUT THEINFRASTRUCTURE AND THE JOBCREATION AND THE JOB TRAININGTHAT WE HAVE TO FOCUS ON TOMAKE SURE THAT IT'S A GOODPOSITIVE ECONOMIC IMPACT INTONOT JUST TUCSON IN ARIZONA,BUT OUR COUNTRY.

8:47 RUNS: 17THE CITY'S WORKING ON A PLANTO HELP MAKE THE CHANGESHAPPEN.

IT SHOULD BE READY INA YEAR TO A YEAR AND A HALF.CRAIG SMITH, KGUN9 ON YOURSIDETHE CITY COUNCIL -- HASEXTENDED TUCSON'S E- SCOOTERPILOT PROGRAM ANOTHER SIXMONTHS.

THE PROGRAM BEGAN ONEYEAR AGO -- THEN IN MARCH ITWAS EXTENDED FOR ANOTHER SIXMONTHS.

THE PROGRAM IS ACONTRACT WITH THE COMPANIESBIRD AND RAZOR -- THAT ALLOWSTHE TWO COMPANIES TO HAVE UPTO 500 SCOOTERS EACH ON CITYSTREETS.

THE TWO COMPANIES CANALSO ADD AN ADDITIONAL 250SCOOTERS... BUT THOSE CAN ONLYBE IN "OPPORTUNITY ZONES"WHICH ARE AREAS THAT MAY NOTHAVE ACCESS TO OTHER FORMS OFTRANSPORTATION.IT WAS GOOD NEWS WHEN MILLIONSOF UNEMPLOYED AMERICANS FOUNDOUT THEY'D BE GETTING A 300-DOLLAR BOOST.

BUT WEEKSLATER... THEY ARE STILLWAITING ON THEIR MONEY.

WHENYOU CAN EXPECT TO GET IT ANDONE QUESTION YOU NEED TO KNOWABOUT.

TIME IS ----.

YOU'REWATCHING KGUN NINE ON YOURSIDE.BREAK!THE PROCESS OF APPLYING FORTO LOOK DIFFERENT FOR SOMEFAMILIES THIS FALL BECAUSE OFTHE PANDEMIC.

FEDERAL AIDBECOME AVAILABLE OCTOBER FIRSTFOR THE 20-21..20-22 ACADEMICYEAR.

BUT THE FINANCIAL AIDFORMS ARE BASED ON INCOME FROM20-19.

SO APPEALS ANDPROFESSIONAL JUDGMENTS ARESOMETHING YOU MAY NEED TOCONSIDER.

AN APPEAL IS WHENYOU SAY YOU DID NOT QUALIFYFOR AS MUCH AID AS YOU HADHOPED AND NEED MOREASSISTANCE.

A PROFESSIONALJUDGMENT MEANS YOU'RE ASKINGTHE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE TOADD ELEMENTS ON YOURAPPLICATION TO MORE ACCURATELYREFLECT YOUR FINANCIALCIRCUMSTANCES.

"THE OTHERTHING YOU MIGHT BE LOOKING ATARE INCREASED EXPENSES SOYOU'D BE ASKING A SCHOOL TOINCREASE YOUR COST OFATTENDANCE BUDGET WHICH MIGHTQUALIFY YOU OR YOUR FAMILY FORADDITIONAL FINANCIAL AIDBECAUSE YOU HAVE UNEXPECTEDMEDICAL EXPENSES OR UNEXPECTEDCHILDCARE EXPENSES." THEPROCEDURES VARY FOR REQUESTINGA PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT SO YOUNEED TO CHECK WITH YOURSCHOOL.

PREPARE TO HAVEDOCUMENTATION OF YOURFINANCIAL CHANGES.MANY PEOPLE HAVE NOT SEEN THEADDITIONAL 300 DOLLARS INUNEMPLOYMENT THEY'VE BEENWAITING FOR.

ALICIA NIEVES ISGETTING ANSWERS ON WHEN IT'SCOMING AND THE ONE QUESTIONYOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT TO GETTHE MONEY.IT'S BEEN ONE MONTH SINCE THEWHITE HOUSE ISSUED AMEMORANDUM ON LOST WAGEASSISTANCE& A PROGRAM THATGIVES AN ADDITIONAL $300 INBENEFITS FOR EACH PERSONFILING AN UNEMPLOYMENT CLAIM.(STETTNER [email protected]:10) "THE PROGRAM,IT PALES IN COMPARISON TO WHATWE HAD IN THE CARES ACT."ANDREW STETTNER IS A SENIORFELLOW WITH THE CENTURYFOUNDATION& WHO'S BEENANALYZING LOST WAGE ASSISTANCEBENEFITS AND ISSUES WITH THEPROGRAM.

(STETTNER [email protected]) "MOSTOF THE STATES HAVE APPLIED FORTHE BENEFITS BUT& (@:59 )"IT'SLESS THAN 10 STATES THAT HAVEACTUALLY PAID OUT THE MONEY."THE CENTURY FOUNDATIONESTIMATES ALMOST EVERYONE ONUNEMPLOYMENT SHOULD AT LEASTSTART GETTING THE LWA BENEFITBY THE END OF SEPTEMBER& TWOMONTHS AFTER THE PROGRAMSTARTED.

HOWEVER, ONCE THEPAYMENTS START, BE PREPAREDBECAUSE THEY MAY QUICKLY STOP.(STETTNER [email protected]:48) "SINCE ONLY44 BILLION DOLLARS WAS SETASIDE THERE IS ONLY ENOUGHMONEY FOR LESS THAN 6 WEEKS OFBENEFITS FOR EVERY STATE."THERE IS ONE OTHER ISSUE, BOTHSTETTNER& AND MICHELE EVERMOREWITH THE NATIONAL EMPLOYMENTLAW PROJECT, ARE CONCERNEDABOUT.

(EVERMORE @2:01)"DURING IMPLEMENTATION OF THISI AM WORRIED THAT PEOPLE AREGOING TO ANSWER A QUESTIONWRONG."(@2:15) "THE QUESTIONIS 'ARE YOU UNEMPLOYED DUE TODISRUPTIONS DURING THE COVIDCRISIS?'

THIS QUESTION MAYCATCH SOME OFF GUARD, IT WASNOT ASKED FOR THE CARES ACT$600 BENEFIT, AND NOT EVEN FORNORMAL STATE BENEFITS.

BUT ITIS CRITICAL TO YOU QUALIFYINGFOR THE NEW $300 LOST WAGEASSISTANCE.

(EVERMORE @2:20)IF PEOPLE ANSWER THAT QUESTIONNO, BECAUSE OF WHATEVERREASON.

THEY MAY THINK THATTHEIR CONTINUED UNEMPLOYMENTIS NOT NECESSARILY DIRECTLYCOVID RELATED.

THEY ARE NOTGOING TO GET THE MONEY." IFYOU ANSWER NO, BY ACCIDENT ORBECAUSE YOU MISUNDERSTAND THEQUESTION& YOU WOULD HAVE TOCONTACT YOUR STATE'SUNEMPLOYMENT OFFICE TO CHANGETHAT OR APPEAL A DENIAL.

THATCOULD DELAY YOUR BENEFITS FORSEVERAL MORE WEEKS.

I'M ALICIANIEVES REPORTING.IF YOU HAVE A REBOUND ARIZONASTORY TO SHARE -- LET US KNOWAT KGUN9DOTCOM/ REBOUND -- ORYOU CAN EMAILS US [email protected] OM.RUNNING BACK J.J.

TAYLOR JOINSAN IMPRESSIVE LIST OF FORMERWILDCATS WHO HAVE GONE ON TOPLAY FOR THE NEW ENGLANDPATRIOTS.

THE ONE QUESTION HENEVER STOPS GETTING ASKED.TIME IS ----.

YOU'RE WATCHINGKGUN NINE ON YOUR SIDE.THE N-F-L.

NINE ON YOUR SIDE'SJASON BARR HAS A RECAP OF THEKICK OFF GAME BETWEEN THEHOUSTON TEXANS AND KANSAS CITYCHIEFS.ITS SOMETHING EVERYONE CANAGREE ON IN 2020.

WERE GLAD TOSEE THE NFL RETURN.

THE SUPERBOWL CHAMPION CHIEFS HOSTINGTHE HOUSTON TEXANS.

VOMESSAGES OF SOCIAL JUSTICE ANDEQUALITY ON DISPLAY.

AS WELLAS A PREGAME MOMENT OF UNITY.THE GAME PLAYED IN FRONT APARTIALLY FULL STADIUM TIED ATSEVEN LATE IN THE SECONDQUARTER PATRICK MAHONEY TOSAMMY WATKINS FOR A GO AHEADTOUCHDOWNS.

AND AS IF THE KCOFFENSE WASNT POTENTENOUGH... ROOKIE FIRST ROUNDDRAFT PICK CLYDE EDWARDSHELAIRE HAD OVER A HUNDREDYARDS RUSHING.

CHIEFS WINFORMER WILDCAT JJ TAYLOR IS AROOKIE FOR THE PATRIOTS.

VOTHE FIVE FOOT SIX TAYLOR WASASKED ABOUT WHAT POINT HE GOTTIRED ABOUT BEING ASKED ABOUTHIS HEIGHT.

IT CAME AROUNDHIGH SCHOOL.

IVE BEEN THESAME HEIGHT SINCE HIGH SCHOOLAND ITS ALL ABOUT MEPERFORMING ON THE FIELD.

NOTABOUT THINGS I CANT CONTROL.VO TAYLOR RAN FOR OVER THREETHOUSAND YARDS AS A WILDCAT.HE SIGNED WITH THE PATRIOTS ASAN UNDRAFTED FREE AGENT.TAYLOR IS TOUGH TO TACKLE.

YOUCAN MODEL YOURSELF AFTER DUDESTHAT HAVE SIMILARITIES, BUTTHERE ARE NOT MANY BACKS THATARE SMALL IN THE LEAGUE RIGHTNOW.

THE PATRIOTS HOST THEDOLPHINS ON SUNDAY.

WELL, SOMUCH FROM THAT PROPOSAL BY THEACC COACHES TO INCLUDE EVERYTEAM IN THIS YEARS NCAABASKETBALL TOURNAMENT.

ONTHURSDAY, THE NCAA SAYS IT ISNOT CONSIDERING A CONTINGENCYPLAN TO EXPAND THE TOURNAMENT.LOTS MORE COMING UP.

GOODMORNING TUCSON AT 5 STARTSNOW.NOW ON GOOD MORNING TUCSON ---REMEMBERING THOSE WHO WERELOST ON 9/11 19 YEARS AGO.

HOWTHE PANDEMIC IS IMPACTINGTODAY'S CEREMONIES.

PLUS --MORE COVID-19 TESTING SITESARE COMING TO PIMA COUNTY.

HOWSOON YOU CAN EXPECT TO SEETHEM AND WHERE THEY'LL BE AT.GOOD MORNING, TUCSON.

I'MLYDIA CAMARILLO.

THANK YOU FORJOINING US.

BIG AL AND I AREWORKING FROM HOME.

MARKCHARTER AND METEOROLOGISTAPRIL MADISON ARE WORKING FROMTHE STATION.

LET'S TALKWEATHER FIRST.

HOW MUCH LONGERARE WE GOING TO ENJOY NOTBEING IN THE 100S?TODAY MARKS 19 YEARS SINCE THETERRORIST ATTACKS WHERE ALMOST3- THOUSAND PEOPLE WEREKILLED.

THE CEREMONY AT GROUNDZERO IN NEW YORK WILLHAPPEN....BUT AS KIRSTIN COLEREPORTS -- THERE WILL BE SOMECHANGES."DADDY, ALEX MOM AND I MISSYOU VERY MUCH.

YOUR VOID ISVERY PROMINENT" ((724 VOCONT'S)) TODAY MARKS THESOMBER ANNUAL REMEMBERANCE OFTHE ATTACKS OF SEPTEMBER 11TH,ONE OF THE DARKEST DAYS IN OURCITY'S AND NATION'S HISTORY.19 YEARS AGO THE TWIN TOWERSFELL... A DEATH TOLL OF NEARLY3,000.

((SOT DE BLASIO))10.13.52 SO MANY NEW YORKERSHAVE FAM MEMBER FRIENDCOLLEAGUE SOMEONE IN THEIRLIFE THEY LOST 59 ((TRACK))FOR THE FIRST TIME WE WILL SEETWO CEREMONIES.... AS THEPANDEMIC CHANGES HOW WEREFLECT.

THE 9/11 MEMORIAL ANDMUSEUM'S ANNUAL EVENT WITHFAMILIES AT GROUND ZERO... BUTCHOOSING A PRE- RECORDEDREADING OF THE NAMES.

NOSTAGE.

A VIRTUAL EVENT THAT ISSTREAMED.

JOE BIDEN AND DR.JILL BIDEN WILL ATTEND.

BUTAFTER BITTER DISAPPOINTMENTEXPRESSED BY SOME OVER NOTREADING THE NAMES, THE TUNNELTO TOWERS FOUNDATION NOWHOLDING A SECOND PRIVATEOBSERVANCE WHERE LOVED ONESWILL RECRITE THE NAMES OF THEDECEASED.

VICE PRESIDENT MIKEPENCE AND THE 2ND LADYATTENDING.

((SOT)) MAYOR 1:00724 REMEMBER THE HEROISM NOTJUST OUR FIRST RESPONDERS BUTEVERYDAY NEW YORKERS AS WELL36 ((TRACK 019 )) ANOTHERTRADITION - THE TRIBUTE INLIGHT- WAS INITIALLY CANCELLEDOVER WORKERS' COVID CONCERNS.BUT PRIVATE DONORS STEPPEDIN... THE TWIN BEAMS AGAINREMINDING ALL OF THOSE WHOSELIVES HAVE BEEN LOST..

IN THEFALLING OF THE TWIN TOWERS.TODAY MARKS SIX MONTHS SINCECOVID-19 BECAME A PANDEMIC --AND WE'RE LEARNING THE PIMACOUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WILLHAVE POP-UP TESTING SITES INDOWNTOWN STARTING NEXTTHURSDAY.

THESE SITES WILL BEPUT UP IN PLACES WITH HIGHFOOT TRAFFIC-- TESTS WILL BEFREE, BUT THERE IS A CATCH--TESTING WILL TAKE PLACE FROM7PM TO 10PM NEAR DOWNTOWN BARSAND RESTAURANTS WE KNOW THATCOVID TESTING WHEN YOU'REGOING OUT FOR DRINKS ISPROBABLY NOT THE THING YOU AREGOING OUT FOR, BUT WE WANTEDTO MAKE SURE IF THERE AREPEOPLE THAT ARE IN THEDOWNTOWN AREA THAT WOULD LIKETO GET TESTED AND CANNOT DO SOIN THEIR CURRENT LOCATIONSBECAUSE OF WORK, THIS IS ANOPPORTUNITY.

LOCATIONS WILLINCLUDE FOURTH AVENUE,UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD, DIRTBAGS AND ANOTHER NEARBYLOCATION.

FOLKS CAN REGISTERONLINE OR ON SITE.

RESULTSWILL BE GIVEN WITHIN THREE TOFIVE DAYS.

FOR MOREINFORMATION ON LOCATIONS,VISIT OUR WEBSITE, KGUN9DOT-COM.THERE'S A NEW PLACE ONTUCSON'S EAST SIDE FOR OLDERCOVID PATIENTS.

HARMONY HOUSEOWNER BRIANNA HENDERSON SAYSSHE'S LOOKING TO HELP PEOPLEWHO NEED CARE BUT DON'T NEEDTO BE IN THE HOSPITAL.

SHESAYS PATIENTS WILL STILL BEALLOWED TO SEE FRIENDS ANDFAMILY.

WE ARE TOLD THE PIMACOUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT HASAPPROVED THE ASSISTED LIVINGFACILITY -- WHICH CANACCOMMODATE NINE PATIENTS.

ANDTHE GOOD NEWS -- INSURANCESHOULD COVER THE COST EXCEPTFOR CO-PAYS ON MEDICATION.AN UPDATE NOW TO THE CITY OFTUCSON'S VOW TO FIGHT CLIMATECHANGE.

THE NEW PLAN OUTLINESTHE CITY WIDE CHANGES -- LIKECONVERTING CITY BUSES TOELECTRIC -- AND PLANTING TREESTO REDUCE CARBON EMISSIONS.MAYOR REGINA ROMERO SAYSTAXPAYER MONEY (WILL BE USEDIN THIS PLAN -- BUT SHE SAYS-- IT'S A GOOD USE OF THOSEFUNDS.

"IT IS ABOUT HAVINGTHIS FRONT AND CENTER ASIMPORTANT AS IT IS TO PROVIDEPOLICE AND FIRE TO PROVIDEPARKS, PROVIDE GOOD ROADS FORTHE CITIZENS OF TUCSON.

IT ISAS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IF WE LETTHIS GO, CLIMATE SCIENTISTSSAY THAT WE HAVE ABOUT EIGHTTO 10 YEARS TO MAKE ADIFFERENCE." THE MAYOR SAYSTHE PLAN SHOULD CREATE MOREBUSINESS AND JOBS.AND SPEAKING OF ELECTRICTRANSPORTATION.... IT LOOKSLIKE (E- SCOOTERS ARE HERE TOSTAY...AT LEAST FOR ANOTHERSIX MONTHS.

THE MAYOR ANDCOUNCIL VOTED TO KEEP THEMOTORIZED SCOOTERS AROUND --UNTIL AT LEAST MARCH OF NEXTYEAR.

THE PROGRAM ALLOWS FORUP TO 1-THOUSAND SCOOTERS AT ATIME ON TUCSON ROADS.A NEW WAY TO REACH 9-1-1 ISHERE.

THE TEXTING OPTION PIMACOUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENTHAS CREATED -- AND WHO IT'SFOR.

PLUS... KIDS STRUGGLINGWITH THEIR MENTAL HEALTHDURING THE PANDEMIC -- AREGETTING SOME HELP FROM STATELEADERS.

THE NEW LAW THAT AIMSTO GIVE THEM SUPPORT INSCHOOL.

AND -- WE'RE KEEPINGAN EYE ON THE POLLS FOR YOU ASWE GET CLOSER TO ELECTION DAY.WE'LL TALK MORE ABOUT WHO'SAHEAD IN ARIZONA'S SENATERACE.

TIME IS... YOU'REWATCHING KGUN NINE ON YOURSIDE.IN PIMA COUNTY.

FOR THOSE WHOCAN'T (TALK ON THE PHONE --YOUCAN NOW TEXT 9-1-1.

THESHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SAYS IT'SIMPORTANT THAT PEOPLE INCLUDETHE LOCATION -- NOT JUST THEEMERGENCY.

AND JUST A REMINDER-- FALSE REPORTING THROUGHTEXT OR CALLS IS A CRIME.

IT'SA MISDEMEANOR THE FIRST TIME-- AND AFTER THAT A FELONYALONG WITH THE POSSIBILITY OFPAYING BACK THE DEPARTMENT FORRESOURCES USED TO INVESTIGATETHE FALSE REPORT.ARIZONA IS NOW WORKING TO HELPTHOSE STRUGGLING WITH THOUGHTSOF SUICIDE DURING THISNATIONAL PREVENTION WEEK.EXPERTS SAY MORE ARIZONANS --ESPECIALLY CHILDREN AND TEENS-- ARE DEALING WITH INCREASEDISOLATION, CHANGES AND STRESSBECAUSE OF THE PANDEMIC.GOVERNOR DOUG DUCEY TALKEDABOUT THE STATE'S EFFORTS TOHELP -- INCLUDING A LAW THATTAKES EFFECT THIS YEAR.

ITREQUIRES DISTRICTS AND CHARTERSCHOOLS TO GIVE STAFF TRAININGIN SUICIDE AWARENESS ANDPREVENTION IN GRADES 6 TO 12.AND REMEMBER -- IF YOU ORSOMEONE YOU KNOW ISSTRUGGLING--YOU CAN CALL THENATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTIONHOTLINE--THAT NUMBER IS ONYOUR SCREEN.

1-800-273-8255.EXTRA HEALTH SCREENINGS ATAIRPORTS -- ARE BECOMING ATHING OF THE PAST.

WHY THE CDCHAS DECIDED TO DO AWAY WITHTHEM -- AND WHEN THE CHANGE ISSET TO TAKE EFFECT.

PLUS...MULTIPLE AIRLINES COULD LAYOFF TENS OF THOUSANDS OFWORKERS -- IF THEY DON'TRECEIVE MORE FEDERAL AID SOON.A LOOK AT AIRLINE UNIONSTAKING TO CAPITAL HILL ANDWHEN THIS COULD START TOIMPACT YOUR TRAVEL PLANS INTHE FUTURE.

HERE'S A PREVIEWOF YOUR WEATHER TODAY -- I'LLHAVE YOUR FULL FORECAST HEAD.YOU'RE WATCHING KGUN NINE ONYOUR SIDE.ANOTHER DEMOCRAT FOR THESENATE.

'REAL CLEAR POLITICS'REPORTS EVERY MAJOR POLL HASDEMOCRAT MARK KELLY UP -- BYAT LEAST SIX POINTS.

A FOXNEWS POLL SHOWS A WIDER GAP --MCSALLY DOWN BY 17 POINTS.SPEAKING OF MARK KELLY --AFORMER PHOENIX MAYORALCANDIDATE -- RECENTLY TWEETEDA VIDEO OF KELLY SPEAKING TO AGROUP OF BOY SCOUTS.

HERE ITIS FOR YOU...IT SHOWS KELLYMAKING A JOKE ABOUT HOW BEINGIN SPACE -- CHANGED HISBROTHER'S D-N-A.

HE TOLD THEBOY SCOUTS -- THE FAMILY HADTO RELEASE HIS BROTHER --SCOTT -- BACK INTO THE WILDAND CALLED HIM "RODRIGO".

ASPOKESPERSON FOR THE NATIONALREPUBLICAN SENATORIALCOMMITTEE ARGUED -- KELLY WASCOMPARING HISPANICS TO WILDMONKEYS.

KELLY APOLOGIZED FORTHE COMMENT -- IN A STATEMENTTO THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC.

HEWROTE -- "MY BROTHER'S YEAR INSPACE WAS REALLY HARD ON HIM-- AND WE TRIED TO BRING SOMELIGHT TO HIS DIFFICULT ORDEAL,BUT THIS COMMENT DOES NOT DOTHAT -- AND I APOLOGIZE ANDDEEPLY REGRET IT."WHETHER YOU'VE MADE UP YOURMIND ABOUT WHO TO VOTE FOR --OR YOU'RE STILL DECIDING --DEADLINES TO REGISTER ARECOMING UP QUICK.

IN LESS THANONE MONTH -- ALL PIMA COUNTYVOTERS MUST BE REGISTERED TOCAST A BALLOT IN THE GENERALELECTION.

THAT'S OCTOBER 5TH.EARLY BALLOTS WILL BE MAILEDOUT TWO DAYS LATER.

THEN --EARLY "IN- PERSON" VOTINGSITES WILL OPEN ACROSS THECOUNTY -- THROUGHOUT THEMONTH.

ONE IMPORTANT DEADLINETO KEEP IN MIND -- THE LASTDAY FOR REGISTERED VOTERS TOREQUEST AN EARLY BALLOT ISOCTOBER 23RD.

THE GENERALELECTION IS NOVEMBER 3RD.WE CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THOSEGROWING FIRES BURNING INCALIFORNIA -- INCLUDING THENORTH COMPLEX FIRE THAT IS NOWTHE DEADLIEST IN THE STATETHIS YEAR.

OFFICIALS HAVECONFIRMED TEN DEATHS SO FARAND SAY THERE COULD BE MORE.RESCUERS ARE STILL LOOKING FOR16 PEOPLE.

AROUND 125 MILESHAVE BEEN BURNED AND MORE THAN2-THOUSAND HOMES LOST.

ARIZONAFIRE CREWS ARE ALSO ON THEFRONTLINES NOW IN OTHER PARTSOF THE STATE -- INCLUDING SOMEFROM THE GREEN VALLEY FIREDISTRICT, TUCSON FIRE AND TWOFIREFIGHTERS FROM COCHISECOUNTY.ANOTHER COOL START TO THE DAY,BUT THE WARMING TREND BEGINS.WE WILL WARM BACK TO SEASONALHIGHS TODAY, THEN NEAR OR AT100 DEGREES FOR THE WEEKENDAND THE MAJORITY OF NEXT WEEK.STAYING DRY, WITH HAZY SKIESTHIS AFTERNOON.

LESS WIND FORTHE WEEKEND.STARTING MONDAY-- TRAVELERSCOMING IN FROM CERTAINCOUNTRIES WILL NO LONGER NEEDTO GO THROUGH AN EXTRA HEALTHSCREENING AT THE AIRPORT.

INJANUARY-- THE C-D-C STARTEDTAKING TEMPERATURES AND ASKINGQUESTIONS ABOUT COVID SYMPTOMSTO PEOPLE COMING FROM SEVERALCOUNTRIES.

OF THE 675-THOUSAND PEOPLE SCREENED--FEWER THAN 15 WERE FOUND TOACTUALLY HAVE COVID-19.INSTEAD-- THE AGENCY WILLFOCUS ON HAVING A STRONGERRESPONSE WHEN THERE (IS AREPORT OF THE VIRUS AT ANAIRPORT.TENS OF THOUSANDS OF AIRLINEWORKERS ARE SET TO LOSE THEIRJOBS AT THE END OF THE MONTHUNLESS CONGRESS TAKES ACTIONAND SO FAR THAT DOESN'T APPEARTO BE HAPPENING.

SO WHAT WILLTHE IMPACT BE ON YOU, THETRAVELER?

JOE ST.

GEORGESTOPPED IN WASHINGTON WHEREAIRLINE UNIONS TOOK TO CAPITOLHILL EARLIER THIS WEEK TO TRYAND SAVE THEIR JOBS.CONGRESS IS BACK IN SESSIONAND WHILE THERE IS SOME CHATTEROF A NEW ROUND OF ECONOMICRELIEF BEFORE THE ELECTION.RIGHT NOW THERE IS NO SERIOUSCONVERSATION ABOUT BAILING OUTAIRLINES WHICH MEANS MAJORLAYOFFS COULD TAKE PLACE AT THEEND OF THE MONTH.

UNITEDAIRLINES IS PLANNING ON LAYINGOFF 16,000 OCTOBER 1STAMERICAN AIRLINES ARE LAYINGOFF 19,000 BUT WE SHOULD NOTEDELTA AND SOUTHWEST ARE FORTHE MOMENT SAYING THEY WON'TBE LAYING OFF ANYONE.

OCTOBER1ST IS THE FIRST DAY AIRLINESTHAT TOOK FEDERAL BAILOUTMONEY EARLIER THIS YEAR CANLAY-OFF WORKERS UNDER THE LAWPASSED BY CONGRESS.

FLIGHTATTENDANTS MARCHED ON CAPITOLHILL WITH SIGNS SAYING "PLEASEDON'T CLIP OUR WINGS" WHATDOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU IF YOUTRAVEL?

WELL A SPOKESMAN FORTHE ASSOCIATION OF FLIGHTATTENDANTS ROUTES WILL BE CUTAND A SMALLER FLIGHT ATTENDANTWORKFORCE MEANS IT MAY BEHARDER TO STAFF A FLIGHT IFSOMEONE CALLS IN SICK LEADINGTO FLIGHT CANCELATIONS.AIRLINE CEOS SAY LOOK AIRLINETRAVEL IS DOWN AND UNLESS THEYGET MORE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCEFROM CONGRESS THEY SIMPLY HAVETO LAY OFF THE WORKERS.

INWASHINGTON I'M JOE ST.

GEORGE.NEW INFORMATION IS COMING TOLIGHT REGARDING A TEMPE TRAINTHAT WAS DERAILED EARLIER THISSUMMER.

WHAT THE INITIALNEW INFORMATION IS COMING TOLIGHT ABOUT THE TEMPE TRAINTHAT DERAILED EARLIER THISSUMMER.

WHAT THE INITIALREPORTS SAY ABOUT THEPOSSIBILITY OF CRIMINALACTIVITY.

PLUS..

A LOCAL EVENTTO HELP THE HOMELESS.

HOW ANDWHEN YOU CAN GET INVOLVED.YOU'RE WATCHING KGUN NINE ONYOURS SIDE.HELPING OUT THE HOMELESSCOMMUNITY THIS WEEKEND.BACKPACKS FILLED WITH HYGIENEESSENTIALS, MASKS, WATER, GIFTCARDS FOR FOOD AND MORE WILLBE HANDED OUT ON SUNDAY TOTHOSE IMPACTED.

THEORGANIZATION IS STILL LOOKINGFOR DONATIONS OF 10- DOLLARFAST FOOD GIFT CARDS.

IF YOU'DLIKE TO DONATE ONE -- YOU CANREACH OUT TO THEM AT TUCSON-HOMELESS- CONNECT-DOT-ORG.FOR THE NEXT THREE WEEKENDS --THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF SOUTHERNARIZONA IS HAVING A FURNITURESUPER SALE.

IT WILL BE AT THEFORMER PIER 1 ON BROADWAY FROM9 A-M TO 5 P-M.

HSSA THRIFTSTORE IS NOT ABLE TO PROVIDEDELIVERY SERVICES SO PLAN ONMAKING DELIVERY ARRANGEMENTS.ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT PETS INNEED AT HSSA.AND WE'VE GOT MORE VIDEO OFREID PARK ZOO'S MOST PLAYFULELEPHANT-- PENZI.

THE ZOOSHARED THIS CLIP OF THE 5-MONTH OLD PLAYING WITH A NEWTOY -- A LITTLE CLUMP OFGRASS.

THE ZOO SAYS -- "TURNSOUT THAT A CLUMP OF GRASSMAKES AN EXCELLENT ELEPHANTTOY, AND PENZI SPENT LOTS OFTIME TOSSING IT AROUND ANDTRYING TO CHEW ON IT."A TUCSON WOMAN IS HEADING TOTIMES SQUARE --AND SHE'S GOINGTO BE FEATURED ON AJUMBO-TRON.

THE NATIONAL EVENTSHE'S ATTENDING AND THESPECIAL MEANING IT HAS FORHER.

YOU'RE WATCHING KGUN NINEON YOUR SIDE.NOW ON GOOD MORNING TUCSON ---THE ANNUAL TOWER CHALLENGE ISGOING VIRTUAL THIS YEAR..WE'LL INDRODUCE YOU TO ATUCSON MAN WHO HAS TIES TO NEWYORK.

PLUS -- IMPROVEMENTS AREBEING MADE TO TONTO CREEK --AFTER THREE CHILDREN DROWNEDTHERE LAST YEAR.GOOD MORNING, TUCSON.

I'M MARKCHARTER.

METEOROLOGIST APRILMADISON AND I ARE WORKING FROMTHE STATION.

LYDIA CAMARILLOAND BIG AL ARE WORKING FROMHOME.BELIVE IT OR NOT...TODAY MARKS19 YEARS SINCE THE TERRORISTATTACK WHERE ALMOST 3-THOUSAND PEOPLE WERE KILLED.THIS IS A LIVE LOOK FROM THE9-11 MEMORIAL IN NEW YORKCITY.

VICE PRESIDENT MIKEPENCE AND HIS WIFE JUSTARRIVED AT THE MEMORIALMOMENTS AGO..

TODAY'S CEREMONYAT GROUND ZERO WILLHAPPEN....BUT WITH SOMECHANGES.

THERE WILL BE NO LIVEREADING OF THE VICTIMS' NAMES.INSTEAD, ORGANIZERS WILL PLAYRECORDINGS OF FAMILY MEMBERSREADING THE NAMES.

PRESIDENTTRUMP AND RIVAL JOE BIDEN BOTHPLAN TO GO TO THE FLIGHT-93NATIONAL MEMORIAL INPENNSYLVANIA.

PRESIDENT TRUMPWILL DELIVER A SPEECH THISMORNING AND BIDEN WILL VISITLATER ON.FOR YEARS - THE MORNING OF9-11 HAS BEEN A BUSY ONE ATTHE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONASTADIUM.

THE 9/11 TOWERCHALLENGE GOING VIRTUAL THISYEAR.

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

" SHOW HISSUPPORT FOR THE LIVES LOST ON9-11 AND FOR THE 9-11 TOWERCHALLENGE FOUNDATION, AS WELLPKG TAG YOU CAN FIND A LINK TODONATE TO SHAUNS FUNDRAISER ONOUR WEBSITE - KGUN NINE DOTCOM VERONICA ACOSTA KGUN NINEON YOUR SIDEANOTHER COOL START TO THE DAY,BUT THE WARMING TREND BEGINS.STAYING DRY, WITH HAZY SKIESTHIS AFTERNOON, BUT LESS WINDFOR THE WEEKEND.IN GILA COUNTY -- A BRIDGEWILL BE BUILT OVER TONTOCREEK.

THE AREA IS KNOWN FORFLASH FLOODS.

LAST YEAR YOUMIGHT REMEMBER -- 3 CHILDRENDIED -- AFTER BEING SWEPT AWAYIN FLOOD WATER WHEN THEIRFAMILY TRIED TO CROSS THECREEK.

GOVERNOR DUCEY --ANNOUNCING THE COUNTY RECEIVEDA 21-MILLION DOLLAR FEDERALGRANT -- TO COVER CONSTRUCTIONCOSTS.NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE TRAINDERAILMENT OVER TEMPE TOWNLAKE -- THIS JULY.

THENATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETYBOARD RELEASING ITSPRELIMINARY REPORT ABOUT THEINCIDENT.

THEIR REPORT FINDSNO CRIMES WERE COMMITTED.MAINTENANCE RECORDS ARE STILLUNDER REVIEW.

THE TRAINMEASURED CLOSE TO 7-THOUSANDFEET IN LENGTH -- AND WASTRAVELING 23 MILES PER HOUR --AT THE TIME IT FELL OFF.

THEDERAILMENT CAUSED ABOUT 9-MILLION DOLLARS IN DAMAGE.CONTRACTING COVID-19 IS ONLYTHE BEGINNING.

BUT THERECOVERY PROCESS MAY BECHANGING.

HOW LUNG TRANSPLANTSARE REDEFINING THE MEDICALCOMMUNITY'S UNDERSTANDING OFIT.

PLUS -- WORKING FROM HOMEHAS SOME PROS OF COURSE.

BUTEXPERTS SAY THE CONS -- MAY BEHAVING AN IMPACT ON YOUR BODY.AND -- PLENTY OF PEOPLE ARESTILL WAITING FOR MOREUNEMPLOYMENT MONEY.

IF YOU'REONE OF THEM -- WE'LL DISCUSSWHEN YOU COULD GET IT -- ANDCRUCIAL QUESTION YOU COULD BEASKED BEFORE YOU DO.

IT'S----.

YOU'RE WATCHING KGUNNINE ON YOUR SIDE.A LOCAL WOMAN WITH DOWNSYNDROME IS BEING FEATURED INNEW YORK CITY -- TOMORROW.IT'S PART OF THE NATIONAL DOWNSYNDROME SOCIETY'S ANNUALEVENT.

THEIR GOAL IS TO SHOWTHE WORLD -- THEACCOMPLISHMENTS OF PEOPLE WHOHAVE THE CONDITON.

THIS ISDOMINIQUE FREEMAN -- ONE OF500 PEOPLE CHOSEN TO BEFEATURED IN THEIR TIME SQUAREJUMBO-TRON.

HER DAD SAYS --SHE WANTED TO DO THIS TO SHOWEVERYONE -- THAT DOWN SYNDROMEISN'T HOLDING HER BACK.

"SHEKNOWS WHEN WE SUBMIT THEPHOTOS, ESPECIALLY WE WANTEVERYBODY TO SEE THAT PEOPLEWITH DOWN'S SYNDROME REALLY DOJUST ANYTHING ELSE THAT ANYONEELSE CAN DO, SO SHE'S EXCITEDABOUT THAT, YOU KNOW, TOSPREAD THE WORD SO PEOPLEUNDERSTAND THAT." :18 THEFREEMAN FAMILY CAN'T MAKE ITOUT TO THE BIG APPLE -- SOTHEY'LL WATCH THE PRESENTATIONAT HOME.LOTS OF KIDS ARE PROBABLYFEELING ANXIOUS TO GET BACK TOPLAYING WITH THEIR FRIENDS.WHY YOUR COMFORT LEVEL FORSOCIALIZING DURING THEPANDEMIC -- MATTERS FOR YOU --AND THEM.

APRIL TEASES WHAT'SCOMING UP NEXT.

TOSS TOANCHORS.BUT FIRST... IT APPEARS APPLEWILL RELEASE A NEW SUBSCRIPTIONBUNDLE THIS FALL.

ABC'SKENNETH MOTON HAS THE DETAILS.S.HAPPENING RIGHT NOW -- WE ARETAKING A LIVE LOOK AT WHERE AMOMENT OF SILENCE WILL HAPPENAT THE SAME TIME AMERICANAIRLINES FLIGHT 11 HIT THENORTH TOWER 19 YEARS AGO.

THETIME THAT HAPPENED WAS 5-46TUCSON TIME.

HOUSE SPEAKERNANCY PELOSI ANDREPRESENTATIVES WILL BE DOINGTHIS ON THE FRONT STEPS OF THEU-S CAPITOL.

WE WILL CONTINUETO FOLLOW CEREMONIES TO MARKTHE DEADLY TERROR ATTACKSTHROUGHOUT THE MORNING..RECOVERY FROM COVID-19 CAN BEDIFFICULT.

BUT THE FIRST EVERDOUBLE-LUNG TRANSPLANTS FORCOVID-19 SURVIVORS AREPROVIDING NEW HOPE FOR MEDICALCENTERS AROUND THE WORLD.ASH-HAR QURAISHI SAT DOWN WITHONE MAN WHO SURVIVED THE VIRUS--WITH A NEW SET OF LUNGS.BRIAN KUHNS IS AT THEBEGINNING OF A LONG ANDGRUELING ROAD TO RECOVERY.

NATEACH DAY HE ENDURES SEVERALDIFFICULT PHYSICAL THERAPYSESSIONS TO REBUILD HISWEAKENED BODY.

SOT BRIAN KUHNSDOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANTRECIPIENT 02:36:11 "THIS ISREAL TOUGH.

ALL THIS STUFFRUNS THROUGH MY MIND THAT IHAVE TO DO AND NOW I CAN'T BELIKE THIS.

KUHNS WHO INITIALLYDIDN'T TAKE THE CORONAVIRUSSERIOUSLY CONTRACTED THEDEADLY VIRUS IN EARLY MARCH&IT WAS LIKE NOTHING HE'D EVERFELT BEFORE& SOT BRIAN KUHNSDOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANTRECIPIENT 02:33:04 "IT WASJUST LIKE I'M KIND OF WALKINGDEAD& MAN, FEVER SHAKING SOHARD I CAN'T BELIEVE IT." THEVIRUS THAT HAS NOW TAKEN THELIVES OF 190,000 AMERICANS WASDESTROYING HIS LUNGS.

100 DAYSON LIFE SUPPORT AND ISOLATEDFROM HIS FAMILY FOR MORE THANTHREE MONTHS THE 62- YEAR-OLDGRANDFATHER WAS NEAR DEATHMORE THAN ONCE& SOT BRIANKUHNS DOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANTRECIPIENT 02:33:46 "YEAH ITHOUGHT I WAS GOING TO DIE FORSURE.

I THOUGHT IT WAS OVER."39-YEARS AT HIS SIDE HISWIFE NANCY COULDN'T BE IN THEHOSPITAL WITH HIM.

ON THEPHONE, SHE PUSHED HIM TO KEEPFIGHTING.

SOT NANCY KUHNSBRIAN'S WIFE 02:45:21 "I KEEPGIVE HIM A LOT OF CONFIDENCEEVEN WHEN THEY TOLD ME HEWASN'T GONNA MAKE IT.

I KEPTTELLING THEM THAT HE WAS." NATSURGERY HIS DOCTORS ATNORTHWESTERN MEMORIAL HOSPITALDETERMINED HIS ONLY CHANCE FORSURVIVAL WAS A DOUBLE-LUNGTRANSPLANT.

AFTER 10 HOURS INSURGERY KUHNS BECAME ONLY THESECOND KNOWN CORONAVIRUSPATIENT EVER TO HAVE BOTHLUNGS REPLACED.

SOT BRIANKUHNS DOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANTRECIPIENT 02:34:09 "I FOUGHTBACK& GASPING FOR AIR.

24HOURS A DAY.

AS HARD AS YOUCOULD BREATHE." KUHN'S DOCTORSSAY THEY'VE ALREADY DISCHARGED125 COVID PATIENTS SINCE THEPANDEMIC BEGAN AND THAT REHABIS ESSENTIAL TO RECOVERY.

SOTDR. MAHESH RAMACHANDRANMARIANJOY HOSPITAL,NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITYMEDICINE 02:22:37 "THEY GETQUITE DECONDITIONED.

THEY GETQUITE WEAK.

THEY HAVENEUROLOGIC PROBLEMS CARDIACPROBLEMS THAT NEED TO BEMANAGED BEFORE THEY CAN SAFELYGO HOME." NAT TWO MONTHS AFTERTHE REVOLUTIONARY TRANSPLANTKUHNS IS STILL GETTING USED TOHIS NEW LUNGS.

02:35:10 "ICOULD FEEL IT ALL THE WAYDOWN.

(TAKES BREATH)" BUT HECONTINUES TO FIGHT ANDIMPLORES OTHERS TO WEAR A MASKAND AVOID OTHERS OR FACE THECONSEQUENCES& SOT BRIAN KUHNSDOUBLE LUNG TRANSPLANTRECIPIENT 02:37:13 "THIS IS ACRAZY DISEASE.

SOME PEOPLE GETAWAY WITH IT AND OTHER PEOPLEIT NAILS.

I WAS ONE OF THEONES IT NAILED.

SO, YOU WANTTO TAKE A CHOICE - YOU KNOWWHICH ONE YOU WANT TO BE& GOODLUCK.

REPORTING FROM WHEATON,IL - I'M ASH-HAR QURAISHI.




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