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Simi Valley | Annual Heroes & Helpers Event for Children

Simi Valley | Annual Heroes & Helpers Event for Children

It is time to spread holiday cheer for those in need, the Simi Valley Police Department is partnering up with our local Target Stores to host another highly successful Heroes and Helpers event, formally Shop with a Cop. Heroes and Helpers is a joint effort where local families are teamed with a SVPD staff member […]

Scientists Find Out What Staring at a Smartphone Does to a Kid’s Brain

Scientists Find Out What Staring at a Smartphone Does to a Kid’s Brain

Neetu Chandak | Contributor The first wave of data from a National Institute of Health (NIH) study found kids exposed to screens — like those on smartphones and tablets — for more than two hours a day had lower scores on thinking and language tests. Brain scans of nine- and ten-year-olds also showed early thinning […]

One Warm Coat Drive – The Spirit of Giving! | Celebrate the holiday on Black Friday at The Collection

One Warm Coat Drive – The Spirit of Giving! | Celebrate the holiday on Black Friday at The Collection

Make room in the closet for your fabulous Black Friday finds by donating your old coats! The Collection at RiverPark is partnering with One Warm Coat and will be collecting coats to donate to community members in need for the holiday season. Anyone wishing to give any gently used coats and jackets are encouraged to […]

Cohabitation Lowers Marriage Probability/Quality, Child Well-Being

Cohabitation Lowers Marriage Probability/Quality, Child Well-Being

“‘We liked to be together, so it was cheaper and more convenient. It was a quick decision but if it didn’t work out there was a quick exit…[Then] we had all this furniture. We had our dogs and all the same friends. It just made it really, really difficult to break up.’” –NY Times, “The […]

School Bus Safety | Thousand Oaks Police Department

School Bus Safety | Thousand Oaks Police Department

The Thousand Oaks Police Department strives to promote traffic safety within the community. In an effort to recognize certain hazards while driving, the Traffic Bureau is continuing a monthly traffic awareness reminder program, addressing a traffic topic each month. While we focus on a specific topic each month, it’s always imperative to constantly strive to […]

Mass shootings and psychiatric drugs – the connection

Mass shootings and psychiatric drugs – the connection

  By Jon Rappoport I’ve been tracking the connection since 1999, when I wrote a long white paper, for the Truth Seeker Foundation, on school shootings and psychiatric drugs. The paper was titled: “Why Do They Do It? School shootings Across America.” The drugs aren’t the only causative factor, but they produce what I call the […]

Crying Honduran Child Who Became The Face of Border Family Separation Was Never Separated From Family

Crying Honduran Child Who Became The Face of Border Family Separation Was Never Separated From Family

Julia Nista | General Assignment Reporter She has become the poster child for family separation at the border — and the subsequent moral outrage against the Trump administration — but the crying Honduran child held up as a heartbreaking example of family separation at the border was, in fact, never separated from the parent with […]

Border Showdown | Save the Kids, or Save the Country?

Border Showdown | Save the Kids, or Save the Country?

by Phil Erwin The hot topic this week is the cold-hearted treatment of illegal-immigrant kids by the Trump administration. “Babies… torn from their parents’ arms!” was the oft-repeated TV-host phrase. And… “That is inconsistent with our our American values!” is the ubiquitous on-camera indictment by Democrats – all occasioned by furiously-shared photos of “kid in […]

President Trump, Chairman Kim Jong-un, and Fatherhood! | Happy Father’s Day Everyone!

    By Deborah Baber Savalla Will President Trump’s historic meeting with North Korean dictator, Chairman Kim Jong-un really result in a nuclear-free Korea? All reasonable people in the world pray this negotiation’s outcome becomes a reality! My husband and I watched the historic arrival of each nation-leader in his respective vehicle. We were mesmerized […]

Sign-Ups Underway For Conejo Valley YMCA’s “Safety Around Water” Program

Sign-Ups Underway For Conejo Valley YMCA’s “Safety Around Water” Program

Thousand Oaks, Calif.—The Conejo Valley YMCA’s “Safety Around Water” (SAW) program is currently accepting sign-ups. The one-week program will be held June 11 through June 14 and again July 23 through July 26. SAW is designed to teach children water safety and basic swimming skills. Classes take place at the Conejo Valley YMCA indoor pool (4031 Moorpark Road, […]

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