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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.
"west hills" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"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.
"west hills" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The real estate's own. Don't forget to Listen to the whole show. If you wanna listen to some of our other shows, you can go to Google podcasts or iTunes type of John McClellan, Kevin bound that's bound light down or the real state zone or pot. Yes, will pop up and you can download it onto your phone. Listen to you while you're hanging out of working out that is on iTunes are Google podcast. It's the real estate zone. And Kevin, I think in the next break, I'm gonna pull up maybe a couple of shows from April. Because it was. It's amazing how market could turn on and turn off. And that's one of the things we talked about March and April. Is that out? You know, at the beginning of 2000 and 20 in January on, I believe you attended a couple of my obligations of economic forecasts around town and everybody that the market was going phenomenal. Everybody was asking. This is obviously a prick of it. Which on what could slow this down? What could slows down? I go well, we start losing jobs here. Interest rates creep up more than they already are. Or there's I've been, and I pulled up my power points. Look, and I actually mentioned Cove it in the power point from a change, right brilliant of January 1 or if this covert thing that is in China turns out to be more than what we think it is. You know, there's a pandemic that could slow the market down, too. And then lo and behold, obviously it happened and we were scratching our heads and say, OK, this is this is how a market turns off and then turns on and if you think back in all the different cycles we've been through Kevin, it really is true that it's not. It's not a slow death with the market. It's a turning point. Something happens that turns it on a dime. And so you know, the question is, How long can the market continue here in the Austin area to be successful to continue to be healthy, although I don't think it's very healthy right now, because it's just too busy. Too much demand on Ben, what would be that thing outside of a pandemic that we're already dealing with right now? Or maybe it's something you know associated with that that would turns the market on a dime. And let's be very clear here. We're talking about the Austin market. Or let's just called the Texas market because there's other markets across the country that are not doing well. So there are before we went on the radio. I love to share these anecdotal stories with you and I shared one about another house that's under contract for 30% more than More than list price that I think it's going to be a really interesting one to watch because we want to see what the neighbors all on that street do when they realized what their houses are worth. And you do have to wonder like okay in a capitalistic system where prices air fluid right, these sellers can decide the list for whatever they want A list. Um Is that enough? There's got to be. What's your price? Kevin? Some price, right. There's a number where they say You know what that Z pretty nice to have a surprise, 300,000. I couldn't think I could live in getting very comfortable for this. Or I could go traveling Europe for six months and think about it. Think about what I'm gonna do. When I get back. We're gonna rent, you know, go rent apartment downtown and do the downtown like everyone has a price given. It's kind of crazy, right? Theoretically. Well, I mean, that is kind of the deal, right? When? When will we get house is flooding back into the market for to increase our inventory, And I guess we're gonna have to hit that magic number. But everybody has a different number two on def you if we've been talking about North West Hills There's a lot of people over north West Hills that have probably owned their homes from the seventies, eighties and nineties. Right? They have a tremendous amount of equity. Now. There may be people have only lived there for five or six years to you also have a determined They also have a Yeah, but but not maybe they're met. Their magic number is probably gonna be a little bit higher, right? I would think, right? I mean what? Well, let me ask questions. 20 will go back. Let's go back. Where? 24 36 months. What do you think The average price for square foot in north West Hills was 24 36 months ago. So there's there's a range of whether this is updated House or not. Let's Yeah, let's Presuppose updated and call it, uh You're 50. Okay? Where we had them. Uh, that one is north of 500. That's doubling and three years Yeah. So your rule of nines. Does it work the role of night? No, that doesn't work is more than like you said. Is it sustainable or not? That's Z. Got a double again in three years. I don't believe so. Would you have said three years ago that this market will double in price in three years? 33% average per year. You know just that again. Not every house is gonna be like that. Yeah, that's using a data point that closes next month. So that's that's what people will be talking about two months from now, But we're so instead of Kevin and you tell me that everything that when it did say I'm a lesson soldiers shows, so that's something that's happened in the past. And if you're trying to make determinations on property values in Austin, Texas, right now to look at a closing that happened 30 45 days ago when the contract was put in place in the price was set. Is looking backwards in time and is not a good judge of what the future value is. Absolutely so. How do you look to the feet? What What is your crystal? But you've asked me this question for years when it comes interest rates. What is your crystal ball say? So you know, we share the stats on the radio show. We like to say. Let's weigh this shit talk about like a kind of a running speedometer about where were you where we are in the market. Today's, uh, today speedometer. Remember, this is the whole lost in MLS, which is about 12 different counties. Clinton Bass drop Caldwell County, You know, Williamson, Hayes. Travis. Burn it. 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.
"west hills" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Her not to talk to anyone during their journey. Larson faces an extradition hearing in Denver court on Thursday. Repaving work on I 17 year Idaho Springs will cause major traffic delays today and tomorrow is here. The old dusty highway has become a pretty Popular place 70 has been interesting. Usually we have pretty low traffic volumes on Monday and Tuesday due to what we've seen with the pandemic. We've seen volumes increase a little bit more during the week. Day on. That will likely be a problem this week as si dot spruces up this stretch when we're doing behaving this kind of paving the only conducive and the warmer daytime temperatures When it's done, there will be a new Express lane going west near Idaho Springs. Help move more cars through but to finish it will mean major backups. First. We really expect to have some heavy impacts Monday and Tuesday of at least two hours in each direction. Headed west. I 70 will be down to one lane between the Colorado Boulevard and full river Road exits from 9 A.m. to 11 PM both Monday and Tuesday, headed back down to Denver. It'll be down to one lane around the clock until late Tuesday night. Expect the impacts would be more severe in the West Hills. Here's the bad news. There really are good alternative. But here's the good. We will be out of the lanes Wednesday through Christmas. There will be no daytime closures on this project for you New Year's holidays as well. That's Fox 30 one's Actually Michael's Denver public schools will be helping families get through the.
"west hills" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"On Wednesday. Picks developed symptoms during the trip to Minnesota. Hicks was with a trumpet Tuesday's debate with former Vice President Joe Biden work Mayfield NBC NEWS RADIO. Meanwhile, Kevin Court considers how the disease may have spread among White House leaders in Washington, D C. People take a very seriously we mask up But I have been to some rally some outdoor events where the feeling is I'm outdoors. I'm highly its island likely that in this environment, I'm going to get over the feeling among many people, and so many of them will not wear a mask or their wear it long enough to get into a particular facility. And then as soon as I don't have to take it off. You can walk into a restaurant and yet to have a mass to walk in. But while you're eating, you can take it down. They more than half the people. I saw the last rally. Most people when they're outside in my are not wearing math. Thursday night, one of the president's top advisors Hope Hicks was confirmed to have that virus. President Trump announcing on Twitter that he and the first lady tested positive. The diagnosis comes after one of his top aides, as we mentioned hope. Hicks was also positive for covert 19 former White House physician, Dr Ronny Jackson list. Some of the treatments the president could receive talking for one thing that you know the president's talked about that a lot, but the president already been on that He's taken that prophylactically once before, so we know We can be pretty assured that if the president were to have to take that again, or if he's taking that, as a treatment is a treatment does versus a prophylactic dose that he's not going to have a negative reaction that particular medication. He also took Zane keep May or may not take Zithromax since if they're mice and and you know, there are other things out there. Now that we've learned that may also be benefit. Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary Katie Miller and one of the president's personal valet, has tested positive for Roto virus earlier this year. After days of criticism for not strongly condemning white supremacy while on the debate stage, the president denounced various white supremacist groups while talking to Sean Hannity. Let me be clear again. I condemn the K K K. I condemn all white supremacists. I condemned Proud boys. I don't know much about the proud boys almost nothing. But I condemned that. When called to denounce white supremacy of the first presidential debate Wednesday, the president said, I have always denounced any form any form of that you have to denounce. While calling for former Vice President Joe Biden to condemn Antifa. Biden responded that Antifa is an idea, not an organization. The Grossmont Union High School District as a staff member at West Hills High, has tested positive for covert night. 18 of the families of 23 students in class is affected by the positive tests have been notified and will not participate in in person classes for 14 days, the West Hills high principal said after reviewing the positive test with public health officials, there's no need to close the school for in person learning.
"west hills" Discussed on WTOP
"Com forward slash recall to learn more WTF D. nine traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks right traveling in Virginia ninety five north on a shared north of the truck scales up in Dale city single file left it's by the paving project delays as of late have been brief beyond that no further issue headed up toward developing spring field three ninety five north uninsured north glebe road up towards Washington Boulevard two left lanes past work south bound three ninety five should south Duke street down toward Edsall road single far left which by the way but as of late getting by without delay over in Centerville twenty eight north foundation leave Walney road headed up towards west hills Boulevard Chantilly single file last past the paving as of late getting by that one without delay as well sixty six eastern Israelis to route fifty Fairfax the worst some long live sites the right to give by then as you approach Nutley street continue past doubly street single file to the right could you buy that works and it looks like as they did last night they had stopped traffic once again and that works since everybody held up sixty six eastbound as your proj Nutley street the Vienna metro as part of this project and usually when they stop traffic and hold it for approximately fifteen to twenty minutes so hopefully so get moving soon but for now you are stopped the network sound if you're traveling on the Virginia beltway interlude headed north Braddock road toward little river turnpike two right lanes get you by the work early rich under WTB traffic stormteam four still try to get a couple of showers in parts of the area mostly to the north of Washington but by the morning hours they'll be out of here for your Wednesday commute here's the best part about the forecast we actually see some sunshine and high temperatures into the seventies for most locations especially from DC southward nice warm afternoon aboard we deserve it.
"west hills" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Your first home and your entry price is seven hundred grand what do you do Paul in west hills are you being priced out of California Hey Randy yes yes and no I guess the house but he said those numbers I just purchased a house in west hills for seven hundred thousand now this is the thirteen hundred and fifty square foot house that needs some work and it was seven hundred thousand dollars the only way I was able to do it was I was renting a condo for many years from a guy who passed away and the wife give it to us that the ad is deal and we're able to flip that and make the money out of it to put a down payment on this house otherwise I would have been able to do that and I make like two hundred grand a year I'm you know it but it is nearly impossible if you wanna go out to dinner once and what you want to drive a half way decent car you can't you can't afford a house and I'm a mortgages with taxes and insurance is I'm paying like forty five hundred dollars a month for that house and it you know it is what it is but yeah we are completely being priced out of California and another thing about the Democrats running things with a super majority all I hear them talk about is there for the people and they're going to help and they want this and they're going to do this for us and we all we have the highest taxes by it yeah housing the highest everything you can think of the highest cost of living and you know I just don't understand what people are still listening to these Democrats I cannot take it anymore well the answer is to take more money to spend more money and make it even more expensive and it doesn't make a whole lot of sense I can totally feel for you trying to figure out how to pay that mortgage what right and he used to be right that you would the reason one of the reasons for home ownership is that your mortgage would cost less than what rank would be for equal space well right now I'm paying about me and my fiance about three thousand dollars FOR rented a house in like Balboa not the greatest neighborhood but not bad if we were to buy that home even with twenty percent down we're looking at a mortgage of four thousand dollars a month with property taxes and fees rolled in and I don't know how long you know for that and then you go outside and you go if you go to seven eleven to try to get a Cup of coffee and all you do is getting harassed by homeless people and garbage on the ground and you can't miss intense inspired and it's like we're completely under attack by the people are supposed to be representing out they just don't understand I don't understand either but Paul thank you so much for the call if you'd like to chime in eight hundred two two two K. 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B. sedia feel like you're getting priced out of California eight hundred two two two five two two two let's stay in the valley Carl in north Hollywood uranium seven ninety Hey Randy nice talking to you I I've been a realtor for about three decades and I totally feel of these prices are just crazy but what I do with fires that have all the concerns that you brought up and say look we have to think outside the box a bit like let how bout let's get a maybe a duplex right why are you getting some good ramp from the other unit or a house with that already has an eighty you which they come out and but the thing is you're not going to be like in Culver city are primed Burbank yeah that you know areas for example like el Sereno Boyle heights we can hide even Jefferson park you'll see duplexes starting as low as five fifty so that's to me that's the solution well yes there are cheaper neighborhoods but I don't know if they are necessarily safer neighborhoods I have not spent a lot of time in Boyle heights but driving in to morning radio for the past six years every news report is there was just somebody shot and boil I think well I'll give you a personal tour around the I'll I'll be happy to call the office and I'm sorry that some of my actually not getting a duplex that that's a very good idea and I tell and and by the way last thing for as low first time buyer as low as three and a half percent down FHA really but then if you're only putting three and a half percent down you're borrowing that much more that your mortgage is going to cost I would exponentially more a month it is more that took because of mortgage insurance but as you know the rents are so expensive right now everybody knows what you know you're someone your name your tenant is now paying you fifteen hundred two K. twenty five hundred a month every single month I like that idea now I got a quick question for you because you've been in the real estate business the other concern that I have is and yes prices are insane right now seven hundred thousand dollars for the valley it's crazy I agree absolutely but you know part of the reason people get into home ownership is appreciation our price is really going to keep going up or are we at the ceiling right now they are an especially in some of these neighborhoods I'd mention believe it or not everyone thinks and your USB south LA it's like I don't even want to go there it's Jennifer I hate the word but it's gentrifying so much about this whole area is big swap between Culver city and USC and like every single sale enough with home and some of the streets are actually kind of cute granted it's not perfect but you have to think outside the box to live in LA well Carl thanks so much for the advice and the call will take your calls eight hundred two two two K. A. B. C. hidden priced at a California like maybe this is a M. seven ninety K. A. B. C. how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you canceling a friend a unicorn loses its point it becomes a regular force do you really.
"west hills" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"P. five hundred of twenty three nasdaq up a hundred twenty two gold is fifteen eighty to announce an oil is forty nine a barrel colder weather continues got a moderate Santa Ana wind blowing overnight tonight very chilly temperatures too hard freeze watches and warnings can win protected spots overnight tonight sunny skies will continue with temperatures rising slowly toward the end of the week by Friday and Saturday high speaking back into the low seventies this is for Coleman with NBC for you right now sixty seven in Rancho Santa Margarita it's seventy one an orange fifty five in Chatsworth and fifty two in west hills we leave local live from the K. apply twenty four hour news room I'm Deborah Marchini can show HM K. five six forty live everywhere in the I heart radio app there what yeah your chances thousand dollars is coming up in about fifteen minutes from now also I guess the the big local story was the the wind was really really gusting this morning I don't think I see it like that at a lower you scared by the wind I was up all night that is why well first of all it was very loud although it was very noisy my dog was freaking out I think she thought there was an earthquake at one point I thought there was an earthquake and you know how much I love those so I'm in a kind of a bad mood because I'm exhausted wow yes we stepped into some the wind you were up all night with the wind I was it was loud I had to Dodge a huge problem from just hit thing is really big right from my car just as just happen seconds before I got there I could to decapitate.
"west hills" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In west hill neighborhoods of Albany and you can't help but notice all the boarded up homes they have big red signs with large axes slash across the middle put there by the fire department the the signal to let them know in case of emergency that the structure could fall to danger Jonathan Jones is Albany's commissioner of recreation youth and work for services he's trying to help turn things around here by pushing more investments into the area like building a new park with colorful playground equipment on what used to be an empty lot and now we have this open space for young people you can work out there in the back in the little kids can play here but it's a very small step in what promises to be a major challenge new data collected by researchers at Brandeis University show that Arbor hill is one of the lowest opportunity neighborhoods in the country for kids a quarter of the buildings are abandoned green space is limited unemployment and poverty are high and ninety seven percent of the children who live here are black or Hispanic we keep track of all the shoe was one of the last year when it happened how many victims so far in our zone former gang member Justin Gaddy sees the consequences first hand he's with an anti violence group called snug which stands for should never use guns a tally on his office wall shows it's been only fourteen days since the last shooting here which happened right near the new park Gattis group is trying to keep neighborhood kids from becoming the next artistic some of them you know they got just a mother at home with three or four servants and stuff like that is the mother has to work you know she's by herself is sometimes these kids are left alone so workers direct them into activities like sports to keep them busy the recreational outlets here are limited even Albany's mayor Kathy Sheehan who recently moved to Arbor hill knows these neighborhoods aren't the best for kids not necessarily because they aren't safe but because of the message that they send the message of disinvestment the message that nobody cares I mean it's in the middle of December so the city is using the Brandeis research to help guide its response among other things it has new programs for teens about three dozen or meeting after school trying to come up with a theme for a party laying sounds chaotic with their learning how to organize events we also have internships of local businesses and talk a lot about careers and their futures fifteen year old.
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
"west hills" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Morning one of two point seven it's kiss FM so it's very interesting the street names the people passed on because they could not live on a street that had these names aha you did not want to live on I did not live on Babcock street bad bad bad bad bad bad bad but Babcock yeah I just so you know I just it wasn't for me so here is a teen in west hills Tina good morning good morning how are you I am well thanks for asking so you saw an amazing house but what strap was in on that you could not move on to the name of the street west and then throw minstrel minstrels street it might even Avenue but my point what I could not leave my house with my life and how fifteen twenty twenty five years having to explain that it tonight and not any minstrel and it may have been give me a hard time about it is that well I bet minstrel that Natalie group and I of course he'll never let you live that down that's funny well that one I understand let me go to Stephanie in Maryland miss Stephanie tell me about the street that you could not live on good morning we actually moved on to the street I know you all yeah it was called morning one every what we would have to say yeah morning what is one word not to you know yeah of course I mean what you got a bit committee does to approve the street I'm just thinking about all this I. cool right idea was that like nobody they just be wanting clever that's fair I think it's actually operate three I don't know what it is but after three or after a night's sleep but thanks for calling let's start here's Nina and witty or need to tell us dork she generation and luckily I've moved away the first thing I did was change my driver's license were you looking at really yeah referred to us at the door it's horrible George Street should matter when you're choosing a how we let it matter yeah I mean like your kids are going to grow up on the street yes are you the door about I would think that there is a committee that is in charge of like approving appropriate or inappropriate you know I guess someone might decide it dark with a good idea and guess what it was yeah I agree thanks for calling how about this Elizabeth in corona what what street sorry okay so three why wallow plane swallow lane is not a bird late there's no way that I'm any repeat it right after me I can do it when it's like in your head that's that's that that's like that breaking point you're like I can't go back from it I'm not going to ever be comfortable with it and you and I have what I we really like jury will does not do it for me or I would do if I found the house I loved I would move on to St no matter what it's called me to somewhere in not resting how about this one Carmen mission hills go ahead I yes we live on a street called what caught like double bass what about my I would like totally get embarrassed so I just started giving my parents address though because I couldn't do it yeah he's great well Sydney did the she's just like you she could not move into a home with a bad name as the street yeah I couldn't do it all right all right thanks for calling around back in sixty seconds your V. I. P.'s very important Pearson's Patty Paul Peyton Patrick and Parker that's a lot of Pearson's airing.
"west hills" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"All agreed. They have the same reaction that I did when I came down the road, jaw dropped and. It took me the better part of about a half an hour to finally close it, it's beautiful inside. So people can just they, they don't have to have to wait for a seminar. They don't have to wait for the novel in progress book camp. Then come anytime white. We're open to the public people come world, pretty much seven days a week. We have any other groups variety groups, we have crafting groups. We have yoga health and wellness groups business groups religious pretty much say, you name it. And those people come out here failure union anniversary. Small weddings. We also have a log house on our property that rent out, which is really nice. It's up on the bird, and we have a dedicated art studio. The log house that I passed when I came in that, that's all part of our property. Acres out here kettle Moraine so ten minutes outside of west hills. Hills and woods. And there's a pond on the property here and a great, great food crate restaurants. Oh, yeah. We kind of pride yourself on the food. We make everything from scratch kitchen. Everything's made from scratch you the what's the culinary philosophy behind the cuisine, here at Sita valley, eat well behalf? All right. Okay. And we have a dedicated art program here. Also have a standalone art studio, which is court. I'll have to get there to see that too. Yeah. Oh, yeah. And it's surrounded by pasture. You'll be look it's windows all around the studio. It's super studio artists. Forces and the pastor fountains outside and eight of American medicine Garvan. So it just really inspires people. And that's another one of our philosophies has just come be creative. Let us take care of the rest will feed show, will let you sleep overnight never sin. So speaking of the writers, they tell me that there are no TV's in the room. That's correct. Yeah, we kind of that. Exactly. We hope you'll come here and leave a lot of your IT at electron expe- find.
"west hills" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Oriented grenade. It's seven rings at Kissifim. Well, Chris I think I can I understand like it is cringe-worthy when you see some people over sharing on insta- story, isn't it? Yes. Lately. I can't even take it. I look at stories. I ended up falling people just like you Ryan. And I yeah, I can't do it. Like, I can't I I want to. But I feel so dumb looking at the phone talking. And then I there are people that I really adore, and then I see their stories, and I think I'm not going to call them today. I I'm sorry. I'm sorry. But yeah, I hate it. I can't do it. I don't want. I I I can't both my life on there. I I just can't do it. Well, I'm with ya. It's it's just hard for me to but the peer pressure around here, man. Default to my twins. So I have that out. That's true. Well, thanks for congress to Hillary in west hills. Hillary you have a question for you. Go ahead. Yeah. Hi. Hi. I've actually be on the air tried calling a million. For you. Like. I know it can be very. People are very careful about putting themselves out there, and and being vulgar. Football. And I see you on there like dancing like talking stories. Did you have any year about like at first? How did you like it or get over it? I just wanted to get. Honestly for me. I think it is hard because people judge you no matter what I mean, people judge you for every little thing that you do. But for me, it's more of a positive encouraging and like. Outlet. And I get a lot of response from people that really resonate with this. So for me, it's like I've made for me. It's like I've made this little community of people that's just like encouraging and positive, and I think it's just about spending it like that like if you're gonna feel super insecure, and it's gonna make you cringe. Then maybe it's not the best thing for you. It really is like. You really start doing it? And you get a lot of this feedback in your your create this like happy space for people. I connected some grown Huntington beach. Didn't have any friends I deter to like she made it. She started going to church, and it was all people through my Instagram story. And it's like you see stories like that. And it's like really cool to be a part of. I think once you start seeing it like that it becomes less weird and more beautiful in China. Your comments. I learned. I love your podcast. Thank you Hillary. Thank you. Thank you so much for calling pre-state to west tells you take care. I guess that's she's right. It's the, insecurity and embarrassment that you feel not only looking into the phone, but posting some really inane stuff about like coffee grinds. I mean, just. And pointless. Okay. The morning ritual of grinding the coughing. I know. But you know, why it's cool because there's there's so much like your Ryan Seacrest picture momen thirty-five seconds to fully grind. So the new grind your own bean has always do you? Go get.
"west hills" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride
"There's Pollard and go with west hills at a slippery rock the thing I like about he's a late day three guy for sure, but he showed some promises pass catcher and then pass protection. And in case, you guys haven't really paid attention to my running back takes us off season. I don't think that she's need another runner as a running back for drafting somebody. It's going to be a little bit more dynamic guy. Why in the pass catching department and not that Damien Williams hasn't been that? Just that's what I'm looking for that she's going to use a draft pick on running back right now. So I think west hills need to watch a little bit more Tate coming from a small school. He's very high cut. But he looks pretty natural catching the ball. Like, I said I liked his past action probably better than any other running back that we saw down here in mobile. I'm gonna go with the guy that's struggling pass protection. The Senior. senior bowl. He's another day. Three prospect Brucie Anderson from North Dakota state. I thought he he Tony Parker. The mess. Proud runners here at the senior bowl. I think the Anderson has really good hands soft Daschle hands had a chance to talk to him this week at the really liked talking to him. He's going to having better pass. I'll have to go back and watch some more of his tape at North Dakota state because I didn't see it as a big glaring weaknesses game. But we keep really struggled impasse, bro. But as pass catcher has around running. I do agree. I think that's the kind of guy that need to be trying to identify someone with a little bit more dynamic ability in Sanderson definitely fits that. Mold at Casey, Dave eighty-five asks any defensive players that should be available to Kansas City in the first round stick out too. Craig anybody that really stuck out to you here here in mobile, it's if Montas went falls, which I think he he ended up climbing this week based on his way, but not necessarily based on what we saw on the field long guy. He's got some ability to rush the passer. He just not very flexible. He kind of wins more power. I think he's a guy that might fall if he doesn't test, particularly well, but he definitely looks apart. He's got some good tape there. Mississippi state. So I I think that if he fell that would be a fine guy for the chiefs take it edge than we saw this week senior. I'm gonna give you one more running back because no one else took him, but miles Gaskin Washington would be another solid running back pick up for them. But the the the defensive player that I thought really stood out this week on that. I think would be fun for the cheese is still a knack. The the detangle outta Texas. Ain't he was. Former number one coming out of high school by star recruit. He's a squad your guy, but he would be interesting for me just because we've kind of seen that the way that she is by running the ball on them and controlling the clock. So get taking a guy like that that really has the potential to be kind of a shutdown guy in the middle of the field south in the run put him next to Nadi with really interesting for me. I think he actually has a little bit more ability than not he is far as being a pass rusher as well. But you just was at times just in movable this week in mobile, so he'd be an interesting one for me, and that's more of a day to for you. Right. So even some guy for the chiefs that might fall little bit at this point in time is this year early. He just didn't have a bad senior bowl by any stretch of the imagination. But being the safety down here in mobile for these practices. You're not getting tested a lot as safety. He spent a lot of time kind of in may and covered showcase. His ability to cover slot receivers and tight ends. And he just didn't look the most comfortable in Banda man coverage, which is fine. I don't think you're drafting him to play there. I know that wasn't an option according to Jim Nike and just talking about leading up to it. But he's more hopeful safety. He looks like it..
"west hills" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"We were having a big argument about all kinds of shit. Anyway. Probably get confused yet city got confused. A navy seal man, he got confused at what black smoke and white smoke. God damn. No, you're talking about a pope, see but easy with the jokes. Okay. Jokes to somebody else. Will you bud? Garrett gannon. I'll laugh at your jokes. Some of the time. Thank you. Welcome to our show folks world-famous fill every show here on this. Bundy is our live Sunday night show as well. I trust were streaming. Let me just take a look here. You never can tell. Yeah. We know the situation with filled show is sometimes we'll take there. He is. He's he's live streaming. All right now, if you're watching us on video behind me is something that I found fascinating. It's a major league they do this every year. They do whatever your go over to Japan and clay Japan. It's. Japan. But yeah. I know that I know that the major league baseball players play Japan. But I don't think I've ever sat and actually watched one of the games, and they have it on. I think it's fascinating. Because the Japanese are damn good baseball players. Of course, they are took this major league baseball over there. Right. But and also they're pitching motions are very distinct from ours. I don't know the whole it's just a fascinating game. But they're they're touching each other up, man. Everybody's banging out hits home runs all kinds of crap. So what's the score? I don't know this. It's four to one. I don't know. Whether I keep watching the same game over and over and over again, what what do you mean by that you've saying that they're just repeating the same game or whether it's a series of games. I don't know ought to show tonight. We have an interesting controversy that has been brewing for a while. You may recall done Berman came on and was talking about a new sports caster on channel nineteen whiffs with Zeno on not they skied. Well, it turns out the real identity of whiff Zeno is actually somebody else someone that we know very well don't say it. Or I'll kick your ass. I mean, all right. Can I give you missile? No, you can't. I mean, but he won't have to kick your ass. I'll be on you like stink on you know, what? A bud. He wants to say get out of the room. I do get out of the room going go, go do anything you say anything. But in your fired, okay? What are you doing? I don't trust him as far as I can throw him. I agree with you. So coming up we're gonna find out the true identity of whiff Zeno. As Don Berman comes on the line and talks to us about this. Because apparently now a lawsuit has been threatened by who by whiff Zeno, the real whiff Zeno by Zito the real sorry that you really want to get your SP. Don't you? A lawsuit has been threatened by the individual actually as with also Bobby and Steve Dooley will be on to talk about how many phone calls. They got from people asking how they were. Apparently, this is turning into some kind of. You know, what it's almost like, it's a social deal a Mark of society. How many people called you up and asked how you were. Yeah. So apparently, they're upset that not a lot of people. Did she even had to post on Twitter? Yeah, we're fine. And then she said, I actually only posted this just to get attention. In other words, they were never in jeopardy. They were never in jeopardy. West hills was which is close to western states, west hills, actually had homes burned, but western states wasn't touched. And so I think it was probably right that she did that. But at the same time wrong that she did that. And all like that.
"west hills" Discussed on American History Tellers
"Rated him for mature. By the time, the freedom rides made their way to McComb Mississippi at the end of November nineteen sixty one snick activists had already been working in the area for months. McComb was town of about thirteen thousand in Mississippi south west hill country. When it came to enforcing Jim crow, observers described this part of the state as plain mean and they didn't dress it up. This was Ku Klux Klan territory, but it was also home to determine group of civil rights. Activists who invited snick organizers to start a voter, registration drive in the summer of nineteen sixty one. It was a vote of confidence in snicks abilities. The student movement after all was still young and just beginning to try. It's handed voter mobilization despite their preparations snick activists who traveled to mccone and other communities throughout the south knew they'd be learning as much as they were teaching, figuring it out as they went. It was challenging often delicate work. They would have to convince people they had only just met. To risk their lives by trying to register to vote. The organizers had to rely not only on the courage of these local people, but their generosity as well. Folks McComb open their homes and their kitchens offered rides and kept a watchful eye out for the young people who spent the next several months canvassing their communities. The man leading the team of snick organizers was a Harvard educated twenty six year old, former math teacher from New York City named Bob Moses..
Parkland survivor organizes fundraiser for victims in Jacksonville shooting
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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
"west hills" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Thing is, is that in the end hate is much louder than yes, a port people who are of a level mind and who will listen to this podcast and create their own opinion, either way are not going to run to social media and start calling me every effing noticed. Fail and and I'm asking you don't go to pay on tweet him either. Just just but Tango, there are people who can go do that, whatever. But I'm saying also probably better that you just take these facts and make yourself more aware yet and a little an a little more empathetic and a little more sensitive and know that you don't know everybody's story and you don't know what happened. You weren't there and you know, again, like, why? Why would you do this? Why fun? Right. Isn't it? It's fun to talk about my sexual humiliation that doored my whole life. Yeah. I mean, you know, would you. He actually completely create and it's like, here's the thing. You know, one of the things that people say over and over again is people don't lie about this shit. They don't go through. This is I was at during the times a big scandal happening that there was a gun ecology. That was like molesting right now. And that comes up and it's getting things sent to me knowing that I was there in a girl. You can be part of this class action lawsuit. Well, I went to my same Gano. I drove to west hills and went to my guy. No, I never went to him. God. Should I jump on the bandwagon? Tell a story that I was molested by the doctor so that maybe half of my SC tuition will I can get retrofitted back to? No, I'm not gonna lie because it didn't happen. I'm not gonna make up a story to like, no one is going to do that now. And if anybody does, I mean, that's of course, various presents airy small percentage. Of course that has happened over the year, so don't send me your letters, whatever, but I'm. Saying, I don't think, no, it's not something we just I don't think you're happy about. Let me I have an idea. I need fifteen minutes of fame. I've got a great idea. I mean it's yeah, dying and Kelly, like really so beyond. So beyond comprehension of why people think that. So Nell, it's going to some other stuff, so you. Okay, so you're going to take care of that sort of settle down things? Hopefully this guy. Yeah, from harassing you and. So you don't have plans to like write a book or anything like that? No, that's the other thing. It's like they said I was shopping show or something, and that's why I like started talking about this, like what shopping show? I'm not going to go out with something controversial and have people look at me sideways like there's no show that I was shopping. So no, this is all just I would like this to go away. I would like the parents who have children that are around him to be aware and they can make their own decision. They have a little girl who's not so little anymore. And I think that awareness just need to be brought to the parents who are going to allow their children to be alone with him because I don't know him anymore. I don't know him. I met his wife one time for about ten minutes at their home, which she pretends like we were friends the, they're just they seem unstable to me at this point because I don't all the things that they're saying are just blatant lies like I was never friends with his wife. Yeah, a matter she says she caught me in a bathroom, like doing something sexual with another female. I mean, what like, I don't know. I just don't know where like these sitting conjure this stuff up. I just I don't understand. So to me, they're in a strange place. That's strange head space to me. So I think people need to be aware who are around them. It's. Good. Well, I thoroughly enjoyed talking to. I'm really glad, and I'm glad that we did this and people kinda know you know, the aftermath of what happens and you, you didn't that you got nothing out of it..
"west hills" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I don't want him to feel like we're betraying him. He's great, but t shirts, he does. Irs. Does other pans. Whatever, whatever does he do stickers, I guess I thought podcast instead of going through the World Wide Web, maybe we could go local. Thank you. Should talk to them as e don't don't sounds like a, I don't Have a. have a. Vomit been with this. He married Mark? No, he also divorce. He's gotta be right. Would that filthy. To put a screen up screen. Yes, he does eat strange, but he's a good guy in the as well. He does. He lives in Encino Tarzana in valley village. Maybe. Different. He lives in valley league Balboa and victory. What's that is okay. That could be seen are too. I don't know No, what's it's not. not. Babbo go. Victory the park. It's actually very nice rally Glenn. Maybe even. We're. Novelli Glenn is is it's undecided. She's on the, he's on who gives a shit. Sterling, he's gonna love this to me. It's all like Sherman oaks van is, and then I have no clue what happens. North or west west hills receipted maybe no, no, no. Say it's family because they got fairly village villages that way. It's east north villages, basically like between Burbank and Sherman oaks. No north Hollywood insured with well, it's it's hard of north Hollywood. And it's no win or victory when no, I stopped Kerry. You're the one who couldn't let it go, man, you? Yes, you were. You were trying to figure it out. Don't you? John with me, chew start. That's technically. Show. All right. Let's get you sticker on the front of your think. Okay. Anyway, I think he wanted to introduce people to go around the horn very quickly and any episode? Twenty three. Oh one. We're back brand new season. We're starting strong with many, sterling. We're glad that she's ever in the area of you're ever in the lake bub. Oh, area. See mark-sterling if you can't find out the name of his tee-shirt business Hoskin what city lives into that out too? Let's get a lot of this kid is address and we'll test you. We'll tennis racket uses too. I've mentioned in that I play a little time. I haven't played a few years, but I love I love it. this when I was on vacation and the getting of July. I went to port hinge Elise, LA, Washington. It's on the Olympic peninsula up there. And this is their local baseball team. The port Angeles lefties. The team that somebody on the shows husband is part owner of, oh my God. I was. That was the pickles that's the pickles, but the pickles are in the same league. As these lefty, they play the pickles, these guys play the pickle several. Yeah, maybe. Yeah, it's called world's greatest promotional stuff. That's shit and that you have to acknowledge he he? Yes, he has lots of things and he's in its one, nine, three, five. His house. Don. Well, after this conversation, there will be a hit. One, nine, three, five, three, then Tara boulevard in Tarzan, and he's Mark. You know, at world's greatest stuff.