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"west hills" Discussed on TuneInPOC

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"west hills" Discussed on TuneInPOC

"Is, and enjoy every moment so that you do not meet the small, small lessons that everyone is supposed to teach you. Good morning to you. Thank you very much. Goldman in conversation. There's always a lot of things to talk about this morning. One of the stories that has attracted attention this morning is the issue of have we increased in transport phase or are we not? The GPR to use as it is holding on for some reason or the other. In fact, a group actually announced that the increase in transport phase by 30% in the GPR two came out and said, it is not that so. It's them. So question is, are they increasing transport fares? Are they not? In fact. We're talking to head of communications that the GPU wants. And he indicated to us that he spoke about denied that they were behind a 30% transport phase. That's the head of communications of a GPR vast model. He told us they had not made a decision yet on the gold mining conversation. That was before the 30% transport phase we announced by the group. And when you are called into pampas, indicated that they were not behind that decision. Question is the inside is reporting this morning. We are tired of sacrificing GPR to you. We are tired of sacrificing GPR as you said as it hints of transport fair increments. And they called it from a story that was done by an interview that was done by city news. And this is the start. The set of communications at GPR to a bus model and studies out with can no longer bear the bedding of saving the public from pain. New fed Sam is the hikes and price of petroleum products on the market. According to the economic crisis, an increase in fuel prices are having that consequences on their business. That the leadership of the union will soon meet to discuss and upward with your transport fees to cushion transport operators. By the meantime, we have to fast tell you what is happening on the roots and what you should expect in terms of weather. If you are an area is already drizzling. So let's say we join us right about now to give us an update on the weather. Whilst we try to get you to other stuff. I just read that story. Because of course, we are coming to tell you how the roads will look like and you know when fuel is expensive. Traffic is a problem. But even when food is cheap, traffic is a problem. They need to be expensive. You are banning for just moving at one place. Just sticking to them, please. You are not moving much. And still, you are benning for. So Nancy's joining us with the weather and what is happening in terms of the roots. Well, that's going to happen with the two happy happy party to you. Good morning, gold one in conversation. Everyone. Is it a hair house? Somebody the invitation was not true. And the invitation that trained it. Yeah, I did. Last week. So the people were trending in the dish and they were the ones who received the invitation of the alpha of the two. Because in fact, there are people in a jubilant house who actually use it too. So I'm surprised that the invitation is not true. I read to be a friend of Brian who I've been oh, yes. Yeah, so he's one of those we are paying with our taxpayers. Oh, okay. It's in charge of this thing here. There are creditors 10,000 something. I think he's inside of that. Yeah. So we are paying both of them with that. Good morning. Good morning. Like this, I don't get to see you very fast data I'm not seeing very fast in the morning. Yes. How are you? Nice to meet you hope you're fine. Oh. What can I do? I must be filed. Good. We might as well be fine. And this economic difficulties. But I'm enjoying the grace of God. Well that's what's going on. What should we expect in terms of weather? So cloudy weather is expected to other day. For the entire country and sometimes activities higher by expected this morning and in the afternoon of a place within the northern and middle sectors, then intermittent rings, I expected over the coastal sector two out of their team. And so what we are experiencing now we should expect it like now in them. So now I think in our area, it has stopped and so expect that any movement can start again. So that's how the course should be looking like for the day. So this event. So for this morning, the entire country would have between 40 to 60% chances of win. That is for the entire country for this morning. 40 to 60% chance of it. And same for the afternoon afternoon, 40 to 60%. And in the evening, except for who I came across because our country should experience some again in the opinion. So the areas that I just mentioned those areas will be cloudy and other parts of the country would experience winds between 40 to 60%. And those areas would be cloudy. That's the way that we call it. Well, that's what you should expect in terms of weather. This morning. And this morning, I'm not so many words, but let me just give you. So when you're moving from Medina, okay, let's do the duo made. And I'll take you 57 minutes. If you 57 minutes. So there's not, and it's a root when you are on that stretch. So you have to deal with it. So from cats pharmacy, cuts from a sea. I think it's around a month through. True total images, all the way to a month of summer. There's traffic. You will have about 20 meters, free ride from a monthly pharmacy, then you would enter into another traffic zone. Around Jo T enterprise and that would take you to achieve pharmacy. Then you would have a breather, then you move streets to risk junction in Martin and that's where you would fall into the next traffic. Then casualty you would take one hour 25 minutes, one or 25 minutes. The first point of traffic on that stretch is a Galilean market. That's the call is English a month for markets, but popularly known as Galileo markets. Then just after the toll booth shoots a few new hospital to just before the west hills mall, the traffic, SEC taxi rank that traffic, all the way to a place on the stretch called spectacular Africa, and so take note, regency university to makati, junction traffic light, their traffic. Then mala markets, of course, are understand the taxi drivers are being there, things around that area. So there's traffic around that area. Then sacrament traffic light, the traffic around that area as well. So if you are on that stretch, you will take you one or 25 minutes to do that journey from casual to clinician. This is madinah to 37 and take it 37 minutes. That's 7 minutes. And so the GRE officers and legon, their traffic around that area, then sassy around the Ghana standard authority officers that traffic, then you move to the akrama runabout is a bit there's a bit of traffic in there, then from African region right. Hotel African region will tell you that polar cloud area, the traffic, then you move to the airport city area. So airport, airport police station, a traffic, they move, and that will take you to a carnival hotel, then some big heights area. So take notes if you're on that stretch. Okay. So those are the traffic points to watch out for. Yes. And of course, this morning, like I said, we are talking about transport facing oil prices. Full prices. In fact, those who are full of marketing companies, all marketing companies, those who own the filling stations. As for them, when it goes up, the increase it. We have no consultations with nobody. Nobody goes to sit down to think, oh, it is for Ghana. Let's do something about it. When it goes up, it's business. They increase it. Because one of the things that they are dealing with is volatilities. And this morning, I think a fair one. Is it one of the people that is talking about the less than happiness? I think it's still the same inside newspapers. Yes. We're just talking about exchange rate volatilities. Okay. The fact that the city is still losing. The city's performance against the dollar is still Westminster. So I surprised no, no, no, not surprise. No surprise. This is the inside newspaper CD depreciation purpose the last attack balmy say gonna miss beta economists. The story is that this works very far. Economic management team for being so loud about their prowess than the management of the economy. In an interview, mister adolph called on Ecuador to consult better economists to ten economy around and president doctor Mahmoud Abbas. So that's best to do this. Well, we are joined by mister Abbas morrow. We've heard of communications at the GPR team. Good morning. And how are you Sam? Good morning, I'm fine. That's lost my voice. Oh, sorry. Sorry. But we can hear you. So I guess we can manage. I recall last week I had a couple of one conversation which you also had another conversation with our friends and pampas who in both of those conversations were clear GPR two had not announced transport fair increases. The situation that the situation remained the same. Yesterday. And we spoke into those who came up with that announcement. It was spoken to them. Yes. What have you agreed with them? We've announced that it is also something that is now about to remind them of what I think and they will accept their. Device would have our system will if you still are in good sense. How do we defend it? What are the implements or components

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"west hills" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 7 months ago

"west hills" Discussed on WTOP

"8th here's a young Crawford in the traffic center And we are back to 66 and west bouder still having a devil of a time trying to get off the capitol bellway and passed oakton and Vienna trying to get toward cervical First he look at our crash near exit 62 for Dudley street that's blocking the whole right side single left gets by blessing in disguise because that lines you up for a work zone that is just beyond the crash activity before you get to one 23 you'd be back over to the left anyway so solid single left trying to get past this That is why it is so doggone slow trying to get off the capitol beltway to head west on 66 That is it for westbound issues eastbound You got a ton of them Starting near the manassas rest area try to get from manassas towards header vil to right legs getting by near the rest area and then east batters diverting at 28 northbound exit 53 follow the markings there They should be diverting you on tour 28 north got to get up to west hills boulevard and then take that westbound that will link you back up to 28 southbound and back on to 66 and on your merry way Eastbound is also finding issues around exit 57 for route 50 Farrell's right-wing getting by Braddock road crash activity was westbound near ox road with caution for what may remain there Beltway looks good in Maryland BW Parkway we just got the update on our crankshaft activity near a rental mills in its northbound near the ranch for arundel mills boulevard may be squeezing by right shoulder with caution following police direction 95 is drama free between the two beltways but long distance voyages watch for crash activity northbound 95 after Baltimore near little gunpowder Paul's bridge and that has all travel lanes blotched Ian Crawford WTO traffic Now to storm team four meteorologist Brianna Berman solo With plenty of sunshine today even more tomorrow and it looks like Saturday will be the quiet of the two.

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"west hills" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:22 min | 11 months ago

"west hills" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Back to the Jimbo Hana showed one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo in 866-505-4626 with our guest Devin west hill president and general counsel of the center for equal opportunity at the federalist society and the fed society dot org FED SOC dot org is their website as we take some calls here Let me just go back here to what I'm sure is the ultimate fallback position Well maybe we are actually discriminating a little bit on account of race But we're trying to help all those disadvantaged groups out there I mean the Asian students are everywhere and white students aren't far behind but to what about all those African American or Latino students We have to make extra room for them somewhere So it falls back on the we mean well argument Yes I mean look I certainly don't besmirch the good intentions of those individuals who ramped up this seemingly reparative scheme right Born out of the noble desire to atone for our country's many sentence directed at racial and ethnic minorities and those many people who still today support affirmative action So good intentions but the way this is actually been borne out it really has matured that dream We're no one on balance actually benefits the practice to include the minorities for whom the practice is supposedly most intended to help I've talked about this many many times before and quite frankly being a black university of North Carolina alumnus myself I've felt the staying of some of the burdens that individuals who are supposed to benefit from this practice actually have to carry with them like the asterisk next to your resume line indicating that maybe race played a big role in the accomplishment of earning a degree or getting into a certain type of institution or program that would be hard to prove but I'm wondering did you ever did you ever get evidence that in fact that had affected your employment opportunities Yeah Devin seems like a nice enough guy and I'm sure he's smart but you know did you ever run across anything like that I've never been told I've been a beneficiary of affirmative action And I think this is one of actually the problems with the practice as well This is a jealously guarded secret by these institutions They don't want the public or even those individuals to whom they provide preferences to know that they're providing them for a number of different reasons One of which is studies have shown that these minorities if they had known that they had been they are basically taken to seat of a better qualified applicant they would have thought to go elsewhere and quite frankly we'd have very likely more architects more scientists more doctors if those individuals who also studied have shown who got massive preferences to go to certain institutions where they were academically mismatched they were not prepared academically would have gone to places where they were academically prepared They would have gone through the stem majors science technology engineering mathematics economics that had planned to study but had to change because the course workers to rigorously here's a call from mad and englehart North Carolina grieving mad Jim thanks for taking my call usual Thank you Yes sir As your guest mister westfield I would like to inform him about hillsdale college That's the topic we're on We accept no federal funding I filled out a survey on socialism and I guess you know what boxes are checked But they accept no federal funding And they send me a one year recent mail like it was junk mail called in premise very very good college Hillsdale Where's hillsdale physically located Matt Newsletter Okay sure You're curious Okay I've heard of hillsdale I don't know a lot about it I guess which I've made abundantly clear at Devin west hill Great comment from the call Hillsdale is one of those institutions And I suggested in your caller's right does not take any federal funding and they are able to not for that reason or not be Holden to the federal government coming in and dictating what they teach And I think it's for the benefit It certainly a nurse had benefited their students There are other institutions as well but heal cells one of those their primary campuses in Michigan That's right They do have a Washington D.C. campus The point will take and Matt thank you for your list of ship and your call Now I understand that this battle has already hit the federal courts recently before that a federal judge ruled in favor of Harvard in 2019 a decision upheld by an appeals court in 2020 so what's different about this time around Devon Weston Well it's a Supreme Court now So this is typical right Cases have to go through a certain sort of path to get to the ultimate decision makers Oftentimes those are actually the appellate and intermediate appellate courts The first circuit in the case of Harvard but it has now been appealed to the Supreme Court and the Supreme Court of course has taken the Harvard case But kind of an interesting thing the Supreme Court also took the UNC case together with the Harvard case in a very unusual and legal terms called procedural posture It means how a case got to where it is Through what's called search share before judgment So the UNC case is only gone through the trial court which is sort of the bottom level federal court It never went to the intermediate appellate court It got taken up by the Supreme Court as a companion case of the Harvard case Jumping over the appellate court I'm not sure what to make of that I don't know that anyone really is sure what to make of the Supreme Court making that move It's a very unusual one But one that probably suggests right the question that we're really faced with here with these cases is not whether or not the Supreme Court is going to pare back at all affirmative actions licensed to schools but how far is going to go whether or not it's going to completely toss out affirmative action as a lawful act in college and university missions Now of course everybody plays the game of watching the Supreme Court predicting the Supreme Court given the ideological basis for many rulings in the activist basis of many others particularly those on the left of when in doubt plunged right in because really we're just nothing more than a non elected lifetime tenured legislature which is how some of the justice is obviously feel Therefore the predictability game I guess becomes somewhat entertaining at this point Ostensibly with obvious exceptions there is a 6 to three conservative majority on this coat A court I should say so how a secure is that majority in this particular issue I think pretty secure that we don't know where exactly a few of the justices stay on this particular issue They haven't been quite as outspoken or they're paper trail right They're judicial decisions aren't very robust in this area of race preferences And so forth So justice Amy Coney Barrett for example is one of those But there are and of course the chief justice is certainly seeing as an institutionalist someone who doesn't in an incrementalist doesn't want to make huge sea changes in the law But there are I believe enough votes on the court and what you term as shorthand the conservative block of the court the 6 justices who typically vote together in these very difficult and highly charged issues like race relations or abortion to actually overturn or substantially cabin and narrow the use of race preferences and college admissions Justice clarence Thomas is probably the leading proponent of undoing what has been Ripley's judicial malfeasance in this area for over 40 years But I do believe that even as far left if I can make that.

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"west hills" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Uh, you conspiracy theory. These are real people who really went, uh to their polling location on Saturday, and we're told that they have already voted. You just heard from the one woman. She mentioned that the woman next to her was having that problem. And then there was a man that was having the same problem and she heard a number of people that were told When they got there that they already voted. Now the right thing was done. Does any problem whatsoever? They hand you a provisional ballot. You fill it out. Boom. You're done and you can have the comfort of knowing that your provisional ballot is there. But it doesn't give Whole lot of overall comfort. It didn't happen to me. My process was easy. The hardest part about me Voting was finding Larry Elder on the ballot. Like 46 name, and they're not off a bet Ical. Uh, but, you know, I mean, if you get there and they tell you Well, you've already voted that that doesn't instill a sense that this this thing is not, you know, the system is completely secure. So I mentioned that this happened to a number of people at this one voting location, and the only comment from the Los Angeles registrar's office was We don't know what happened there. But, you know, grab a provision when you're done. I mean, it doesn't seem to be any concern. That they've got problems. So here is raw audio. It's hard to follow, but, uh, when it becomes very, very curious People are doing what they should be doing and that is starting. Just start recording just start record and don't get into arguments with the poll people. Ah, uh, they don't know. They should be giving you any pushback anyway, Uh, this this supervisor at the same polling place. He didn't really give any pushback, but he was useless. Um, but the 11 woman was was shocked to learn when I told you what percentage would it be? What percentage of people that show up to vote at a single polling location? Uh, in this case, West Hills. Up in the San Fernando Valley. That are turned away and told No, you've already our records show you've already voted. What percentage would have to be enough to make headlines in the L A times? Listen to this. Understand that 70% of the votes at this location have been shown as already cast it when they wouldn't want this is what you know 70%. Of the people that came in.

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"west hills" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"State for everyone. This is a country for the few This time with people like hair gel in the Bahamas. Okay, That's the reality. And I really wish I had better news. It gives me no pleasure. To be the bearer of like truth, which is sometimes up like But do you want a society that's gangrene, honest leg but puts on a fancy suit and for tens, it's not there while they hobble them Pain. What do you want to just stop? Look at reality. Take your medicine clean up the wound. And run. Run free. Good stuff. Good stuff. I don't know who wrote it. Maybe she wrote it herself. But that's a That's a great characterisation of the choice that's in front of us. Alright, 806 100 Kogo is my telephone number 806 105 646. I do have Newsom's response to that, Uh, because now that I on crashed my computer. Thanks to Travis. I'll share that with you. And we got to get into what happened in West Hills on Saturday. Up in the San Fernando Valley. People are having problems with machines already. Ah, And you, You may not call it Chicanery. You may not call it fraud. You may not call it problems. You have to accept the fact that it's just isolated incidences that do not rise to the level of election problems. That's all coming up. Where do you hear this woman? Having an argument with the elections person up in West Hills? It's all happening next right now with Lou on NewsRadio 600 Kogo. This view was worth the hike right? And it's a good way to stay on top of my health. Yes, I'm Cola Guard prescription colon cancer screening option for people 45, plus an average risk have used screen for colon cancer. Not yet..

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California Voter Shocked When Polling Station Wrongly Tells Her She Already Voted

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

California Voter Shocked When Polling Station Wrongly Tells Her She Already Voted

"Listen to this story from california from the republican voter. Who went to vote cutting evan. California native and current west hills resident eight year old is still bender. Spoke with us just a short time ago. What happened today. And how shocked are you very. I went to el camino high school to vote. Got there at ten thirty gave her this and she scanned it and said you voted. I said no. I have it and she said this has been happening all morning. The man next to me was arguing. The same thing so as i left i did the provisional ballot and let us really angry and i saw two women walking toward me as i left and i said don't be surprised if they tell you you've already voted and she said they've already done that if i voted. How did i vote. And who did you vote for well. I asked the couple young women that i talked to. And i are you in by any chance. Republicans she said. Yes and i said well so am i. And so are the two friends that had the problem. Vfw so make shoes suspicious. I would think so. And still. I'd like to know how i voted. Just that last sentence. I'd like to know how. I voted. Because i haven't because somebody has voted in my name. Somebody who picked out that main in ballot or that duplicate in my apartment block or just photocopied it and voted. Isn't it interesting. She showed her. Id they told her. You can't vote. You can fill in the provision will maybe dig up the prior one but who knows who knows what's going to happen and then she his that it's happened multiple times on that very day. And in every instance. What was it was a democrat. Voter was it. A mixture of democrats independents and republicans. No the only people who had told sorry. You've already voted. A registered republicans.

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"west hills" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"They showed up to vote this morning and the special California governor recall election and we're told that computers showed they had already cast their ballots. So What Staffers. They say we're apologetic and helpful, but those voters we talked to are extremely concerned, suspicious and wanting answers. California native and current West Hills resident 88 year old is still benders spoke with us just a short time ago. What happened today? And how shocked are you? Very I went to El Camino High School to vote. Got there at 10. 30 gave her this and she scanned it and said You voted, and I said, No, I haven't. And she said, this has been happening all morning. The man next to me was arguing the same thing. So as I left, I did the provisional ballot. And I'm just really angry and I saw two women walking towards me as I left, and I said, Don't be surprised if they tell you you've already voted. And she said they've already done that if I voted. How did I vote? And who did you vote for? Well, I asked the couple, the young women that I talked to and I said, are you by any chance Republicans? She said. Yes, And I said, Well, so am I. And so the two friends that had the problem VFW. So Makes you suspicious. I would think so. And still I'd like to know how I voted. I would, too. And I would also like to know why it was according to this woman exclusively Republicans in what's presumably heavier Republican area, and I do believe the San Fernando Valley has a higher concentration of Republican voters than the rest of Southern California. Why is it that? What was it a computer glitch that saying they already voted? What? What happened? I'd like to know who it was that they voted for. By the way. Katie l a doing its level best to downplay its own reporting the headline. This is the headline. The story is okay. They're alleging these Republicans are alleging someone had already voted for them when they showed up to vote. Here's the headline. San Fernando Valley residents have trouble casting recall ballots. Couldn't get more benign than that. Could it some San Fernando Valley voters? The story begins. Think they are wrongly being prevented from casting a ballot in the upcoming gubernatorial recall election. At El Camino Real Charter High School in Woodland Hills. Some voters say they were told the computers showed them as having already voted, even though they had not. So it's the second sentence that shows what the story really is. But the headline is our well. People are having trouble voting, whatever. These are just regular glitches, and it may well be just a benign glitch. But this idea that there's no potential for any funny business or any fraud in any election. Ever is still laughable when you consider that Democrats, especially those in California, were saying that Donald Trump only won because the Russians were manipulating voting machines in 2016 that the Russians had hijacked. They had hacked our election. Yet four years later, we're saying that federal elections cannot possibly be rigged. You might recall Barack Obama saying in 2016 when Trump was saying he was worried the 2016 election might be rigged. Obama coming on in a press conference. How would you even rig an election? How could you do it? Then, of course, everybody in the world had to get beyond the idea. After Trump won, they had to get behind the idea that well, Hillary Clinton didn't just run a terrible campaign. She wasn't just a terrible candidate. More people didn't just vote for Donald Trump in the states. He needed them to vote for him. There must have been cheating. And then, of course when Trump loses, and Joe Biden wins in what is still one of the more inexplicable results. That I have ever seen when Democrats spent months in all of the key swing states changing rules in an obvious effort to help Joe Biden by dramatically expanding mail in balloting by dramatically pulling back voter I d requirements and any other election integrity bills, including here in Wisconsin, where the rule of law was just totally subverted. Because of the covid pandemic where you have clerks telling people just mark yourself as indefinitely confined. Ah, you don't need to show I d don't worry. Even if you're not actually confined to your home just mark that you are anyway. You have the Wisconsin Elections Commission. Sanctioning changes in the law, which were not at all supported by Wisconsin statute and just claiming. Well, we're in an unprecedented, uh, pandemic here. We just have to change the way everything is done. And when Republicans rightly say, Hey, wait a second here. It sure looks like there was the potential for a lot of funny business. We can't even have any sort of investigation. You've got the former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman running an investigation here. That's constantly well. The clerks that what are the clerks in Brown County in Milwaukee County, said You've got subpoenas issued to them to hand over election related materials. They're saying we're not going to complain. Why not? Right. This was this was the purest, cleanest election we've ever seen. Don't be surprised if there are reports of at least some funny business.

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"west hills" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Alright, I want to play some audio for you out of K t l A. I just had them praising the Temple of Satan. A moment ago. Katie L. A in Los Angeles, California Tomorrow is the last day of the Gavin Newsom re problem. They sent a reporter down to a polling place that it's a high school, right? And the reporter described what he encountered there and then spoke to a nice lady that went down to vote years. Katie L. A This place opened up as an early polling location. Open 10 AM to seven PM daily. But several people tell us they showed up to vote this morning and the special California governor recall election and we're told that computers showed they had already cast their ballots. What what What staffers? They say. We're apologetic and helpful, But those voters we talked to are extremely concerned, suspicious and wanting answers. California native current West Hills resident 88 year old is still Bender spoke with us just a short time ago. Still, Bender She's a vote. What happened today? And how shocked are you? Very. I went to El Camino High School to vote Got there at 10. 30 gave her this and she scanned it and said You voted And I said, no, I have it. And she said, this has been happening all morning. This has been hand next to me are doing the same thing. The man next I left. I did the provisional ballot and I have just really angry and I saw two women walking towards me as I left. And I said, Don't be surprised if they tell you you've already voted. And she said they've already done that If I voted, How did I vote? And who did you vote for? Well, I asked the couple young women that I talked to and I said, are you by any chance Republicans?.

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"west hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Health plan is an H M O plan with Medicare contract Enrollment is getting health plan depends on contract renewal. The K F I financial report brought to you by bay Alarm The Dow closed down 1 52 S and P 500 down 21 NASDAQ Down 38. The average price of a gallon of regular gas in California is 4 39 Bail arm is celebrating 75 years of innovation and personal service. That's second to none. Southland weather from KFC, another hot one tomorrow highs in the mid seventies to around 80 at the beaches mid eighties to mid 90. Used for Metro L. A Low nineties to 103 in the valleys low to upper nineties for inland OC upper nineties to 12 in the I e. Right Now it's 80 and Dana 800.90 in Anaheim, 100 in West Hills and 92 in Sherman Oaks. We lead local live from the K F 24 hour news room. I'm Deborah Mark. In order to meet this moment, we have to recognize I have made mistakes, period full stop the way this plan arrogantly handle the pandemic an and shut everything down. While his own kids in private school exempted his own winery. He was going to appoint himself. The homeless are we're going to recall this pretty boy period full. Stop these trash. I believe we have a statewide emergency and homelessness and crime and the cost of living. That's exactly what I'm doing every single day, 24 7. They don't realize that the connection between what's going on in Sacramento and why the Some houses are so high people that are behind this are members of the three percenters. The proud boys spokes that support Kunin conspiracies. That's the origin here were exhausted by the Ron Johnson's and the Tucker Carlson's were exhausted by the Margie Taylor greens were exhausted by the right wing Echo chamber that has been perpetuating misinformation connection with what's going on in Sacramento, and why the schools are so bad period full stop. We're not going to change course. Just because of a few naysayers and downstairs, you know the choice to go out and drink and drive and put everybody else's lives at risk. We're gonna defeat the recall. He's a bum to 72. Yeah, yeah, we love you. And now an update on the recall against Governor Newsom from John and can Heard some guy a guest on cable TV as listening on the radio driving in and the guy goes period full stop. Oh, no, it's catching on. But I thought I go. This can't be. Don't tell me that all these political geeks, you're gonna be using period full stop. No, no period Full.

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"west hills" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Thanks So much for the call Steve, let's go to Gil in West Hills. Gil, you're on with Dr Kelly victory. Hi, guys. Thanks for taking my phone call. I've got a comment. I think we just get out marketed by the left, so the left will come out with a big huge marketing campaign and branded And why don't we use their words against against them saying my body my choice? If you can't if they have a right to kill a baby. Okay, and we have to get vaccinated and we have to wear mask my body. My choice. So my question of doctors. Do you think that we are going to have a government that's going to say Everybody has to get vaccinated. You can't go to a concert. You can't get on a plane or you can't go into a restaurant. Well, I appreciate the comments. I've brought up that exact statement many, many times that, you know, where are all the my body? My choice people Right now there's seven people who believe that they should have full autonomy over their own decisions. Somehow feel perfectly comfortable foisting this decision on everyone. Likewise, I find it interesting that the same people who wouldn't dare eat a GMO tomato or give their Children something other than you know. Organic carrots are perfectly happy to roll up their sleeves and take an experimental vaccine that hasn't been FDA approved and on which We have no long term safety data. I find it during my amusing at best. Uh, whether or not the government will demand it will mandated. Uh, if these vaccines become FDA approved, then there certainly is a risk of that. They are in a position once they're FDA approved to start to mandate it. The good news. If there is any about FDA approval is once any of these vaccines become FDA approved, We meaning physician scientists can then absolutely demand that they be held to the same standard as other vaccines. And other similar treatments, and I can pretty much guarantee that once they get FDA approved, they will end up getting pulled off the market because the amount of, uh the safety data is so clear that there are issues with these and the number of people who would have to have, you know to be caveats for everything you know, they know not pregnant women, not lactating women No. One with an auto immune disease. No one who had previous previous covid. Nobody with a peg. Allergy. Lots and lots of thanks. So I think once they become FDA approved, and in all likelihood, one or more of them will we are then able to really apply the thumbscrews and hold them accountable to the same safety standards as we've used in the past. Thanks So much for the call Gil, If you have a question for Dr Kelly victory in the line right now, 802 to 2 K abc 1 802 2 to 5 to two to let's go to Dennis in Riverside. You're on with Dr Kelly victory on the John Phillips Show. Hi, Doctor. Very Terry. Um I'm really at a loss right now. Um, we had Wedding eight days ago in our neighborhood. We live in a very nice neighborhood. But it was a a wedding. My son was a Yes, ma'am. And, uh, Every got sick. I didn't go. I didn't go because I'm 69 years old with Was obvious. Problems, but I didn't go to the wedding, but, uh My son, my Darla. Groom. Uh, bride. They all got sick mother and father of the bride. They all got sick. And their daughter died within four days. And I just don't know what to do. My wife. Was there. And she took a swab test last night. So it came out negative, But she's gotta do another one in three days, but in meantime, she's in a different bedroom. So The Yeah suggestions. Well, what I can say is first of all, if your wife isn't having any symptoms, and on top of it, she had a negative test. Um, I'm not sure what the concern would be. You know, people these It's not going to all of a sudden infect ER, if she was at an event eight days ago, is not have any signs or symptoms and had a negative test. I certainly wouldn't be concerned about her. Um, if people are actively ill, those are the people who should be quarantining. That's the way we've always used quarantine is that people who are sick stay home. People are sick..

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"west hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Morning with drizzle in some places than sunny highs around 80 for Metro L a eighties low nineties in the Valley Low eighties for inland OC Upper eighties low nineties in the I e right now, 68 Dana 680.79 in Anaheim, 92 in West Hills and 81 in Sherman Oaks. We lead local live from the K F i 24 hour news room. I'm Deborah Mark. We need to move our criminal justice system into the direction of the 21st century. The public should be outraged by this. We need to use science and date in order to address public safety of violent crime, But his data and science is completely flawed. Policies. You will see that not only have I enhance public safety. I am absolutely outraged at the lies that Mr guests going to stealing. He has no business implementing laws of his own personal choice, which we voted again. We've done so in a way that is much more more physically and socially respond to it. Not only is he breaking the law, but he is not doing what he is supposed to do as a district attorney, and that is protective victim. I truly believe that he is in the wrong office. He should have been a public defender. He's both It in. It can be voted out me celebrating us Going home on this Gaskin Direct crime is at a historic low in the stations at historic lows and safe. That's a bunch of baloney to me. And now for an update on the recall of L. A county district attorney George Gascon. Here's John and Ken K. F. I am 6 40 live everywhere in the I Heart radio app Recall George gascon dot com is the place to go If you're in l, A county registered voter, please. Download the petition. You can print it off. Sign it. Send it in. There is room for three signatures on each petition. Please get to work. I don't think a day goes by and certainly once a week or more. We revisit this story with another tale of what George Gascon is doing to the criminal justice system in L, a county basically tearing it apart, so that doesn't exist. We have an L. A County D. A. That represents the criminals. That's all there is to it. I'm going to talk now about another one of these cases involving the L. A County D. A s office. Kathy Katie, who's an attorney Marcie's law. She, uh, along with the other former and retired deputy district attorneys. Have formed to provide pro bono victim representation under Marcie's law to victims and their families, because under George Gascon, it's not coming from the L. A County D a s office. Cathy's latest representation and she's going to talk about is the family of a man by the name of Louis Similar He was murdered back in 2015 shot to death because a couple of 17 year olds wanted to steal his bicycle outside of Palmdale restaurant. And we had one of the pair convicted. Of murder. But of course, what we're dealing with is whether or not this is a case for a juvenile court or adult court. And the man in question that was convicted of this murder is a man by the name of Andrew Cashew. And we're going to talk now to Kathy Katie about this case and efforts to remove the prosecution of this case because apparently George Gascon is assigned a former public defender. To the case. And this woman, Alyssa Blair. Apparently is communicating with the murderer and his family over ways to lessen his prison time. If I understand it correctly, Kathy welcome back to the show. Oh, thank you. Thank you so much for having me and for highlighting this important case, Yes. Tell us about this Alyssa Blair and what you guys are trying to do. Well, Miss Blair, I'm sure she was an excellent public defender. The problem is that she's still acting like a public defender, even though she is now working for the district attorney's office. So she was a public defender for a number of years and apparently specialized in handling juvenile cases and trying to make sure that the juveniles were not, um, sent up to adult court. There's a huge difference in the way people are treated in adult court versus Juvenile court and one of the main differences. Of course, the type of sentence they can receive for so this this man, Mr Kochu. He was convicted by a jury because he was originally tried in adult court. But in the laws changed a little bit and now to be able to stay in adult court, the judge needs to hold what's called a transfer hearing to decide whether or not he should stay in juvenile court or adult court. And so the court of Appeals sent it back to the Trial court or the Ducal court to say you need to hold this transfer hearing. We'll miss Blair is now representing the district attorney's office on all of these cases, and instead of having there be a transfer hearing, so a judge can decide whether or not he should stay in juvenile court or go to adult court. She and every one of these cases is coming in to say no, we don't want to transfer hearing. We want him to stay in juvenile court. Um, which essentially would mean that he would get released, Um, in short order. So in this particular case it it's even more egregious than that. At the last court appearance, Um, she came to court She made no contact with the victim's family. She really rebuffed the detective who went to shake her hand and turned away and a parent discussed and, um, here she went to court and, you know, advocated essentially for the defendant. And then, after the hearing, she went up to the defendant's mom and and told her, You know, it's no problem. We'll take care of this. You know, you don't need to worry Well right after that court hearing, the defendant and his mother had a call. It was a jail call, and we have a transcript of that. I've I've listened to the call and the defendant's mother is saying, Oh, me how That's the woman. I've been talking to Alyssa Blair. She's the she's the Da's new advisor, and she's got you. She's got this case. You know, she was looking at me trying to tell me girl we got this and It's just a por into that that working in this, um in this field, representing the people that that Ms player would have no contact with the victim's family would make no effort to come and meet them and express you know her her sorrow over everything they've gone through, but instead really just be working to try to assist the defendant to make sure that he can get out of custody as soon as possible. I mean, Kathy, I'm sure you worked in the DA's office for years. I mean, this is hard to believe that somebody from the L. A County D a s office is acting as a public defender for a criminal defendant. A murderer, no less. This is hard to understand. It is, in fact very hard to understand, Uh and there's really no explanation for it. Um, and what it means, though, is that you know for the people for community safety and for the victim's family. We essentially have two public defenders in the courtroom and no one there representing the interests of the people and no one there. Representing the interests of the victim. You know, I certainly am. They're doing my best to represent the victim's family. And, um, but but the person whose job that is the district attorney's office, um they've they've abandoned their role as the advocate for the people and the advocate for victims. It's really very Awful. And so this is Andrew Kochu. He's probably in his twenties. Now you're saying that it's possible he could be released soon because he served time. Yes. So if he is, in fact sentenced as a juvenile, and of course he's a former miner. Because he is. I think he's 24 already. Well. Typically, the jurisdiction of the juvenile court ends when someone turns 25. There are some exceptions, but typically the jurisdiction ends when they're 25..

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"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Landscapes dot com But today we're here to talk about your gardens and what we doing this time of year. What you can plant moving things around as I heard on Jeff Show and Boy, Was it good to hear him sounding so much better bless his heart. Hey, has been through the mill. We have Peggy online. We're going to talk to her. But here the numbers again, you can call or text And I will address some of the text that I don't know if they got addressed or not, But you can text me your Questions at 512836059, New York called that line and then we have the toll free line, which is 8775 90 55 25. Okay, let's see what's on Peggy's mind in North West Hills. Peggy. Good morning, Cheryl. I'd like to invite your listeners to a free virtual seminar series hosted by the Travis County Extension Service. The Syriza is going to complement the recent publication of the book by the Travis County Master Gardeners from drought to delish and you might be. This is particularly interested you the topic is going to be in February is going to be landscape design. So John Heart of the central Texas Gardner will kick off the Syriza on February 9th at 10 A.m. with his presentation on restoring reimagined re event. Prairie landscape for Austin. Mm. And then we've got two of this scheduled for February. That's 1 February, 19th in February, 26 again at 10 o'clock will focus on creating a landscape master plan. So those afraid Their virtual so people can listen to him from their home. It would be a zoom call. The space is going to be limited to about 100 people. But the program's going to be recorded so people can we listen to him at a different time were convenient for them. But all attendees must register so that they could get the link either. If they're going to attend a live seminar or the recorded one. So where did they go to sign up? Okay. They can Google, um Travis County Extension Service and select events or I could give you a short you are else they could do. To put in their browser. That Travis Have t X Dot t A m u dot e d u Yeah, that 80 you got it? Yeah, This is wonderful. I think having a plan is just so important A thing. People may not realize how important it is to figure out where you're gonna put what And you know, just your areas of sunlight versus shade versus wind direction versus you know all that sort of thing. So I'm really proud of y'all for doing this. Well, absolutely Thank you so much, And we hope it will be helpful. As you said to a lot of people who are just trying to start thinking about what they want to do in their in their gardens and landscape for this coming year organized, organized your thinking. Thank you, Miss Peggy. Appreciate anything, girl? Yes, ma'am. Bye. Bye bye. Okay, 51283605 90 Or you can call or text that phone number and I've got a caller on line and you can join in. Again 51283605 90, Let's go to Temple. Martha, How's it going up there? He is dead. Good. What's up? I have a palm that is blooming again. Really? Yes. Wow. What kind of palm is it? Is. I think it starts toward the end. It's not news is fun, but it's something kind of similar to that. That is really just a second year. That it has brute. Wow. Well, you're a lucky girl, but I thought that people know they do broom. Yes, they do. And they're interesting bloomers, too. But I've never heard of one that bloomed in January before you must have a special touch Your the Palm Lewisburg. All right, I don't know really What it's called. But it starts with the end E some song. All right. Well, if anybody knows what you're talking about, I'd like to hear about it because Who wouldn't want that right? And it's obviously cold Hardy even in Temple. Well, I haven't enough. Run them petty window. Oh, Well, that's a good place, huh? Loves it there. No. Leave it there. Yeah. Why You don't fix it. If it ain't broke out on the patio in H Like hell to light heaven in dripped. To December. Well, that sounds wonderful. I'm so glad that you're experiencing that. If you think of the name call me back so we can give other people a chance. Yes, ma'am, Thanks for calling Kale, BJ today. I've won 283605 90 Um So I'm looking at some of the text here. One of them, Jeff, I think addressed Vegetable I mean tomato varieties, but just a reminder that you can get Recommendations on the Agra life website for your county. So if you just Google Agra life Drag Travis County, your Bill County, your Williamson County Wherever you live, you can find the recommended fruit and vegetable varieties, which I refer to all the time I keep a list with me at all times. Here's one. I just got a gallon salvia Greggy I but won't get it in the ground till Wednesday. Don't need to worry about it getting to 35 tonight or bring pots inside. That's a good question. Did you do you know if Jeff address that? No. Okay. Yeah, if if it came out of a greenhouse, and it hasn't been sitting outside getting a little cold hardened. Uh, you know, I would not Expect Tonto. Leave it out if it's going to be that close to freezing because It might burn some the leaves off, it probably wouldn't kill it. Since it's not going to be a hard freeze, but I probably would stick it in the garage or something like that. If it's just a one gallon little plant again, though, if you went to the nursery, and you bought it there It was just hanging around outside. Then it's probably gotten hardened off. We call it and you can probably safely leave it out. So all right time for the first break. If you guys want to join in 51283605 90, we'll be right back. You know, Enjoy. Thanks. E Order breakfast at the McDonald's drive through. Tell yourself you'll wait to eat it at work, but it's most way too good. So you eat it right there in the McDonald's parking lot meal. There's a meal for every morning at McDonald's right now get any.

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"west hills" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"west hills" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Blood Thanks a lot. Yeah. Take it easy, man. Dingo. Real 92 3 new home for hip hop in standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community. Big Boi's neighborhood D J. Pick one is up in here you're making 50 makes whatever it wants Already Wednesday like that. Here we go. I got that Drake little dirt laugh now cry later, then we're gonna do some pop smoke 50 Cent and Roddy Rich with the Wu both coming up in this Miki 50 mics, and I'm gonna go ahead and see if I can give someone their $1000 big boy bankrolls stimulates check right now We're looking for Jeremiah Dixon from West Hills. Jeremiah Dixon from West Hills. Jeremiah. Addiction from West Hills. You got 20 minutes to call us up so we could hook you up with your $1000. Big boy. Bankroll stimulus check once again, Jeremiah. Dixon from West Deals hit us up a 662468923 Big Boi's neighborhood. Oh, no. Jeez. Can't while a body by those cool? Yes, he don't Jeff what she wants she gets there. That's getting young bones. This my favorites, So I'm gonna make it the stuff you wanted. Don't kill Jesse's fine. Every will come apart. No, Roscoe. Night wrong. I'm trying to help. Thank you. Tell who's only been that fit this well. Don't try and hit a home filled with two girls. Famous condo got all freaky. Hey, you want me to squeeze? You think I don't panic?.

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"west hills" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"west hills" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Up to your park Ranger to save the wilderness and any endangered picnic baskets go online to Geico dot com slash local to find a Geico agent Mary You now okay to weather. We'll say goodbye to that wintry weather of the past day or so we've had to get set for cloudy skies and rain showers are a little snow rain mixed nearly morning hours on Wednesday, those early morning temperatures above freezing in the mid thirties. Maybe a minor still accumulation sum of parts of the West Hills and milder and wetter weather ahead for much the day to day time Highs, warming into the forties from the K two storm tracker Weather Center. I'm Dave Celeski. Man two. Then. You're listening to coast to coast.

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"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Right here on news. Radio. K o B. J the phone number we do have lines open 51283605 90. That's 83605. 90 would love to hear from you any stories you have about how crazy this Market is giving. You know, One of the things we talk about when you're talking about the I don't know if their theory of real estate is quite the right phrase to use. You can see neighborhoods change and kind of judge what's happening to him based upon where houses they're either remodeled. Tauron down and why don't you talk about that? Just for me, because it's happening is much places. It is probably that we're talking about Circle C earlier. It's not gonna happen there, right? No, unless it keeps going like this for another year, But but another older neighbors right down squarely where it is interesting, right? So there's some older neighborhoods where particular like you even being a short drive, and you can go through neighborhoods that were planted out and built out largely in the Forties and then you know, the next neighborhood over could be in the sixties or the fifties. But you'll have a lot of lot of physical characteristics will be similar based on the decade that the House was built in one important one, and this question that you're bringing up on tear down versus rehab is whether it's on a pier and Bean Foundation. Or the Flab Foundation. Um, there's there's big differences in those percentages of houses based on those decades that just threw out there so pure beam little small houses. They're fairly inexpensive to tear down. They just don't cost this much money to crumple up and put into people put it in there or put wheels underneath it and move it somewhere. Move it out Toe the county and pop it out on some land s O. Those one they're not economically is expensive to tear down as the slab houses where you got all that concrete you have to deal with and break up. Um And then two on the flat houses, You know, quote that is the bones. When people say, Hey, the house has good bones. That's what that's one of the things they're talking about. The foundation the roof, the framing. Those generally do have good bones, compared to a lot of the cheaper houses that were built in the thirties and forties. On pier means so we do. That's probably the number one predictor about whether you're right Now you're seeing massive and widespread tear downs in a neighborhood almost can like that map is going to correlate pretty close to where the difference between we've seen some anomalies in the air like I mean, we're talking about North West Hills before this and some other neighborhoods where Houses were built in the safe sixties and seventies, and now they're being steamrolled. They are. He had the Remember, there's an ordinance we call it McMansion ordinance. Even even the city of Boston folks caught McMansion even though that's not its official name. But the official name is so long and desperately the residential Design Compatibility Standards Ordinance. Um, it ties the square footage you could build of the house to the square footage of the lot so before McMansion if you were in the thing, you know you're over and Terry Town if you were on a Fifth of an acre lot, but it had backed up to a Little Creek. And it had a lot of privacy and on a quieter street that would sell more for the third acre lot that was on the corner of exposition and maybe one of the side streets right around real busy street. But it was the third of an acre that change after after McMansion, now that third of an acre Um Lot. It can support a 6000 square foot house, and the smaller one can't write. The smaller one is gonna get capped out at at. And that's because of the far ratio far ratio that's inside the McMansion ordinance and so moving forward. Just clarify on that fall. That far ratio too, right? It's not just that it can only be up to 40% of the footprint, but that even counts the second floor within the McMansion real So it eliminates people from going straight up, right, right? Yeah. The fifth of an acre lot would cap him at 4000 Square feet a little bit less 3600 Square foot house and so the economics maybe that 6000 Square foot. Maybe they're not building a single house there. Maybe they're building a Navy unit or a duplex. Under that ruling. They sell to townhouses on that lot. But flashing forwards in Northwest Hill, so it is mostly slab foundations. But the lots are bigger, right. So just in general kind of cast wide nets and say, Oh, you know, let's compare this subdivision to that subdivision. It's a little bit bigger than average lot size, and so it supports that land value has increased. That's what when we talk about these crazy numbers and stats and things that were selling for over list prices, the land right it's it's the land that's going up in value. It's not that structure. But when the land exceeds with the utility value is if its a little three bedroom house and Northwest Hills and that you value of it, utility wise, the land can exceed what that is worth. Because somebody can build the big house. They could build the 4500 Square foot house there. So this is that that is happening in North West Hills. There are other subdivisions in East Austin and in South Austin, where that started happening as well. It's gonna be interesting to see here over the next couple of months. Listen, we're in January January. Historically, because of the ebbs and flows of the market, and how it works is simply one of the slower. It is the slowest month of the year when it comes to closings for sure, because, like times closing 30 days, that means you wrote a contract in December. A lot of times and around Christmas people aren't thinking about buying a house in any contracts, written this month, will close in February. So you know, we'll probably see it an increase, but we're seeing a lot of activity.

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"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Psychology of the human actors in this whole thing. Do you see like your flow? You have a big enough sampling with you. No more lots of loan officers. You get to watch your application, pacing like anything on just specific on the re finance. Do you see that Turn on and off as interest rates are either that either like in a downward trend or this, like, how long does it this one? You said. It's been about seven days where rates have been slowly going up. Is that long enough to get them too well, But think about it this way. So that information hasn't trickled down to the consumer yet, though, right? I'm on the front lines every single day. I see what interest rates were doing, and they're still really love. So don't don't get me wrong, but they're just not as well as lost Just what you're like. If you're if you're getting, you know five applications per day. Do you get 10 starting in a week or so because it hasn't trickled out. So that information is that the media still reporting rates for his low, low low, right, So we have to take the application that we have. The conversation about with the rate is and it right to Ghana. They've already made the application now where we may see the slow down on refinances is the next step in the process. After you make an application is the application is certified basically just for lack of a better term for over listeners out there, right. That's when disclosures could. That's when the deal's been done, right. You've locked, you're alone and you're moving forward. Those could drop a little bit right? Comparatively, because rates have come up a little bit. But, you know, we've been talking about this equity being built here in the Austin area. With these low rates. You don't actually have to sell your house either to enjoy some of that equities right. So in the state of Texas State law says you can't borrow Borden 80% of your of your homesteaded property. When you're doing a home equity loan when you're getting cash, but your pocket pay off credit cards. Whatever it is, right, So, you know, honestly, if I've lived in that we're talking about Northwest pills all the time. But if I lived in North West Hills had the house or 20 years ago, But you know what? Maybe I'll just take some equity out travel. Keep my house and I'm going to fix the kitchen up. Yeah, I wish you were seeing a lot of that, too. Absolutely. So when we track our refinances purchases in our office, we look at the number of purchases. We look at the number of rating term refinancing. Wouldn't you just adjust in your right to lower your payment? And we're looking at cash outs, too? So we actually that's a separate category that we track. So we separate those two and we're seeing a record number of cash out loans coming into our into our house. And so the incentive let's say the racer it 2.5 on a 30 year fixed one day Now they're 2.875. Well, if you getting all this cash out, you like perhaps still gonna do it right. But maybe there's no financial incentive. If you're just doing a rating term, refinance its lower your payment to go from 2.5 to 2 are you know who have 3.5 down to 2.5? When now that 22.75 does that make sense? Yeah, I'm putting you to sleep for you already Know me? Well, I'm keeping my head up. Barely. Luckily, we have fresh Sleep guards on the money He's talking.

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"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You know a lot of lot of different counties around here. It's single family homes. Only. So this isn't just author that big Big Three counties. This is all of them. Yes. So last week Last week we had 2400 and 18, actives, 5900 and 33 Pending today there are 2200 and 63 actives. Less and 6000 and 83 pending more more. Yes, it's 830.37 is that ratio that ratio is our speedometer. The driver stays deck and not structurally happen again. Slap me across the head. Yes. Oh, this is a good way entrance late this to say, what appreciation radar we theoretically experiencing right now. Um It's a higher appreciation right than we had last week than when we had last month, and those type of numbers you have been yielding when we do get to look back in history of comparing the last year Appreciation rates that are in the Let's say 13 to 15% year over year so or something north of that right now, and I had this really real blast 50 years, the average in Austin's a little little under 6% 5.9 now So, Yeah. So we won't find out like you said. We do need that retrospective. But we're something north of that now, um, that's that's tough of here. If you're shopping out there If prices are going up, you know they're going up 1.5% every month. Yeah, but they're closed today. I guess my point was, if you're look if you're competent in the house right now, and you're closed that one that became close to them. It was today that you can actually use that's the price this hit. That's from 45 days ago. So if we're going up 15% per year How do you accurately judge in this neighborhood for this house? Right? How is it? You know, 3% more I need to ask for is a 5% or what is it? It seems to me that these Uh, these rates of appreciation of accelerating too. They are And we're not even in the mind sees Right? Yeah, we're all looking to see. I think what happens on this radio show when When this is happening with the market, I just looked at you. I say, Kevin, fix this. Fix this. I'll let you think interest rates. You think there's not a big enough magic want And so either prices get so high that there's normal balancing and people say, Well, I'm not going to spend 1000 a month to live. In this house, and I'll go do something else. And then the question is really flushing out with to do something else. Looks like Are there good? Yeah, they're still pretty decent leasing supply. But this is bleeding and beginning to bleed into the least That was gonna be my follow up. Question is what is this doing to the rental market started the whole It's into the new construction market, and that Used to be an option. People say Okay, forget it. I'll just go out and buy new construction on that, on the edge of town that's going away were for people that are important that strategy. They now to go to bastard up or Maynor or Taylor like that. It's starting to become a decent drive to get back to where there's job of right. Yeah, and in the rental market had been flat. But that has taken a turn. Also in this last month, we're starting to see Ronald rates increase. So you know. Yeah. What's your alternative? That's why saying like you're traveling Europe for six months, almost absolutely. Get off of the game board. Yeah. Um, well, I think that you talked about the magic number that people may have out there when it comes to selling their property that they may have owned for last 20 years being north West Hills. You know, South Austin circles. See, you know, Travis Heights, whatever it may be. That some point there is going to be a number for somebody that goes. You know what? I'm going to sell this for enough that I can go buy me a little ranch out Goldthwait or something like that right? And I'll be happy as happy as a lark out there, and I'll just wait for the market have a little correction or whatever it may be, if it does in the future, which it will, Of course, it always does. And what's my meds? So that's what maybe we need to think I'm gonna change challenge over listeners. What is your man? Yeah, you should because I just posed went out to you on your property. And you said no, no, no, I wouldn't do it for that. That's a bit. It's a good number. It's a good number. And so she asked me in about six months. Get 65. Why? Let's see. Maybe we're getting closer to my magic number That's out there. But I think the problem is that what you're going to see is that if that does happen, then people are gonna have to go further and further and further out because people do like to be a part of the central Texas culture in Austin and what's happening here and it seems we're out of this pandemic. You know, we'll have the show's back. We'll have hopefully some great live music against great food and you know, festivals and things like that F one. On day. Hopefully, those would be back and you know, people want to be closer to town for those right, and you know if if everybody's magic number is hit, and let's say that 25,000 houses hit the market does that Magic numbers hit? There's 25,000. People need to relocate somewhere else, right? And that's gonna flood other markets with around Austin or outside of Austin. Whatever it may be. Guys, We'll take a break when we come back. We're taking some phone calls. 51283605 95 1283605 90. 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"west hills" Discussed on Ghost Town

Ghost Town

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"west hills" Discussed on Ghost Town

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Pediatric Cancer Close to a Cold War Era Nuclear Energy Testing Site

PODSHIP EARTH

08:25 min | 3 years ago

Pediatric Cancer Close to a Cold War Era Nuclear Energy Testing Site

"This week. We talk about a young girl called grace who contracted an extremely rare form of leukemia. A Mother Melissa bombs did was put into place. Many of us never even think about putting everything on the line in the battle to save. I loved ones on that journey. Melissa began discovering that the potential causes of Greece's Kanter may not be very far from so Melissa's. Maybe start by telling us how you decided to move to this community and where we are well right now now. We're just outside of Seamy Valley. I grew up in thousand oaks which is only about five more miles from where we are right. Now I went to Los Angeles for college and when my husband in an I ready to start a family we were looking for a community that was close enough to Los Angeles for work but it was safe. I checked out all the Megan laws to make sure that that was safe. I checked out all the schools check out all crime. I mean I really did quite a bit of research because we wanted to provide the best that we could for our children so you're so you're looking around for homes. Where did you end up locating well. it was a rather miraculous purchase but our first home was on Fallbrook Avenue Avenue in West Hills thirty miles out from Hollywood or we're very close which is why West Hills was so ideal. It's it's the community for people who can't commute too much wjr but also want to be close to work. It's a fairly affluent area calabasas right down the hills where all the celebrities live and it's a nice well to do comfortable city okay so you'll living this new life and and what happens next well when my daughter was four years old she started bruising using and she is a very active kid she's always been a Alpha female since day one name a Grace Grace Allen and so when she started bruising and I took her to the doctor. They said she's just really active little girl. There's no problem here in. I pointed out like she was. She has little bruises on her forehead red and they said well. I'm sure it's fine and they sent us home. A couple of weeks later call back and I said it doesn't feel right. I got brushed off again. Finally leash she had a giant purple scar down her whole side and I called back the doctor and said this. This can't be normal most doctors. I will never have a cancer patient and so I like to think that's why he didn't move quickly three days later. We were finally informed. That grace had every symptom of leukemia. We ended up at Children's Hospital. Los Angeles where on January twentieth we learned that she had an exceptionally rare form incredibly aggressive aggressive form of leukemia call the positive The Philadelphia Chromosome Ehlo and just as a mom and a family. I mean that's just just going to be a terrifying. I mean Con- imagine getting that news. Your whole life stops and everything crashes. We were impatient immediately for week but when I got home I would not mean to but I would just stop in the middle of an intersection forget that I was driving. I was forget where I was going. It's it's it's more than life changing really. It's hard to describe because a lot of these feelings. I have not allowed myself to process a lot of these memories. I've really worked hard hard to keep them away. Just now coming to a place where I'm starting to feel and remember and it's a hard place to go back to to be honest. It wasn't the first time she was diagnosed. That was the worst for me. The worst day of my life was when she relapsed a year and a half out of treatment that that to me was is a thousand times worse than the first one because we immediately knew that her survival rate on a on a clinical trial the first time was seventy percent survival rate which to everyone else sounds really great until the cancer parents. That's one three out of ten children and they don't tell you up front who those three are going to be so. It's not amazing in but you know it's it's there's hope when she relapsed they would not tell us her survival rate and I think it's because they knew we would lose all hope. We knew immediately that she she would need to have a bone marrow transplant. We knew what type of chemotherapy she would have. We knew she would have radiation. I mean we knew we knew what we how bad it was going to be and I think that's why the second time was so much worse than the first time the first time we were pretty naive and how did grace. How did she react react to two oldest like as a kid. You're going through this really you know and especially adults we know more like how is she coping well. It's it's interesting because I think most people assume that childhood cancer. Is You know some throwing up some discomfort in the worst parts you lose. Your hair turns out losing your child losing their hair. The easiest part of the entire journey everything else is a thousand times worse and fortunately when grace was four years old she still really really looked to my husband and I for approval and so she and because she was at the Children's hospital all the time in all the children in her ward are all bald. That was a comfortable place for her by the time she was in second. Grade is she. She knew that other kids had hair she. She knew you that she was different. She knew right after I mean the minute after we told her that she had relapsed she said am I going to die. She knew everything to and and that's tough on a kid and it was tough on my son who was only two and a half when she was diagnosed and if grace had a fever in the middle of the night we had one hour to get her life saving antibiotics so it was an emergency situation to get straight down to the children's hospital and I couldn't wake him up at three in the morning and say goodbye I but sometimes they'd be gone for three to four weeks inpatient and so he he developed a lot of a lot of his own issues and problems and heartache heartache I mean our whole family was affected. My daughter had the worst of it obviously but I don't think people quite realize the trauma brings to the entire family so because graces his cancer was so aggressive did did she need different or more kinds of treatment. She ended up having ten times. The regular dose of chemotherapy than a standard leukemia child would have and so we we spent longtime impatient because it was so devastating on her body auty. She had all kinds of issues she she couldn't eat anymore. She had sores all throughout her mouth. In fact they said it was one of the worst cases of Mucus. Itis they've ever seen it was all the way every part of your mucous. Lining in her body was covered in canker like source so she was addicted to morphine at that time the chemotherapy be gave her neuropathy where if she touched the ground she would be screaming in pain pancreatitis and blood staph infection all at the same time. When did you start noticing patents that you saw the children's cancer ward we live at the hospital more than a typical leukemia me a patient might so we met a lot of the the other families staying there and grace and I were walking down the hall one day and a mom opens the door and said I know no you from the park. I recognize your daughter. We said you know childhood cancers really rare. That's impossible. I'm sorry I don't believe you and when I went home that weekend. I found out that she was right. She was in the background of the pictures from that day and her daughter now had neuroblastoma which is in cancer more rare than my daughters and eleven months after that day she passed away at two years old and then we met the hammers lease and again in treatment and just casual conversation precision. Oh so where are you guys from and she said Seamew Valley and Simi Valley is not far from my home so that was alarming to me but I I kinda voted off. You know it's fairly populated area her daughter. Hazel also had neuroblastoma and excessively. I believe there's only six hundred cases in America. Every year of NEUROBLASTOMA and Hazel was in treatment. Hazel passed away last March after a six or seven year

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Parkland survivor organizes fundraiser for victims in Jacksonville shooting

NBC 4 News at 6

00:26 sec | 4 years ago

Parkland survivor organizes fundraiser for victims in Jacksonville shooting

"Families returning from a trip across the Pacific marking the end of the Labor Day weekend for some it is. An, annual tradition Haley and Trevor's mother was eight when she started coming to Newport dunes now they are the second generation to, build sand castles at the? Bay important for binding with the family all of us, together, and just spending time and enjoying each other front. Row camping sites where. Reserved months ago where else, can you park

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Jacksonville shooting victims identified as former high school football player

Sean Hannity

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Jacksonville shooting victims identified as former high school football player

"One of two people who were killed in a mass shooting at a video game tournament in Jacksonville Florida was twenty two year old Elijah Clayton of Woodland, Hills he, was a, former football player at Calabasas high school and. Chaminade high school in west hills the sheriff of Jacksonville Mike. Williams says the gunman targeted his victims specifically inside the g. l. h. f. game. Bar the suspect loss of water excuse me past patrons who were in. Other parts of the business and focused his attention only gamers now there's no known motive for the shooting but the reports that the gunman twenty, four year old David Katz of Baltimore had recently lost a one of his victims cats then committed

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