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“As wildfire grows, some residents evacuate, others wait and see” – from KPCC’s breaking coverage of the Blue Cut fire.
By Matt Bloom
It all almost seems like a fluke to her now.
One night about a decade ago, Ashley Hausman Vaughters stumbled upon Little’s Wine and Spirits, a small liquor shop on the south side of Denver. At the time an unemployed NYU graduate student, she’d just faced a flurry of rejections from summer jobs in Colorado – including one from a takeout Indian Restaurant. The frustration sent her on a quest to drown her sorrows.
A glass of wine would do the trick, she remembers thinking…
By Matt Bloom
A woman walking her dog along a popular path in Huntington Beach was hospitalized this weekend after a suspected swarm of Africanized or killer bees attacked and stung her multiple times.
Shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday, Capt. Bob Culhane with the Huntington Beach Fire Department, responded to a 9-1-1 call from a person witnessing Mary Ann Speicher, a 71-year-old grandmother, being stung near Harriett M. Wieder Park. When Culhane arrived, the dog, Max, was off his leash and several bystanders were pointing in Speicher’s direction, he told KPCC on Monday…
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