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Santa Clarita YMCA Gets Welcome Good News

khts_budgetDespite hardships being felt in other areas of the valley, as well as up and down the state of California, the Santa Clarita Valley YMCA is celebrating some good news they received just this morning.

Chris Clark, the director of development and communications for the Santa Clarita YMCA, said that the 22 families threatened with losing their child care funding because of state budget cutbacks will now be assured of childcare through the end of the year.

Providence Seeks Public's Help In Locating Family

khts_healthProvidence Holy Cross Medical Center is seeking the public's help in locating family members of a patient admitted to the hospital Monday.

Jorge Negrete, 44, was admitted through the hospital's Emergency Department.

 

Privacy laws prohibit the hospital from releasing any details surrounding Negrete's condition or circumstances of admission.

ComicCon 2009: An Adventure Of The Nerd Variety

comicon_06As reported by Chauncey Telese, Wes Campbell, and Bryan Dubar for KHTS AM-1220.

 

Santa Clarita Valley Could Lose Domestic Violence Center

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The Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley, which provided service to more than 1,000 victims in 2008, has had its budget cut by nearly half due to California's budget crisis.

With the elimination of the $20.4 million budget for state-funded domestic violence programs on Tuesday, the Center took a $207,222 immediate hit, resulting in staff reductions and limited services.

 

 

Dodgers Trade For Sherrill

sportsdodgersOrioles closer now wearing Dodger blue.

It may not be the starting pitcher most people are eyeing today, however the Dodgers made an important move to keep up their bullpen strength by trading for Orioles closer George Sherrill, according to mlb.com.

 

You Tube Video Catches McKeon Blasting Health Care Bill

buckmckeonIn short video, McKeon takes issue with key aspects of bill.

 

In an uncharacteristically agitated tone, Congressman Buck McKeon, who represents Santa Clarita and other areas to the north, had harsh words for the health care reform package, backed heavily by the Obama administration. Speaking before the House, McKeon urged his constituents and colleges to read the bill and see the real effects.

 

Top Things To Do This Weekend, July 30, 2009

This Weekend in Santa Clarita, brought to you by our friends at Facey Medical Group.

La Bella Vida Gala
"Grease"

Concerts In The Park
Fiesta Days
Citrus Classic

West Ranch To Play Agoura For Valley Invitational Baseball League Championship

sportswestranchThe West Ranch baseball team advanced to the championship game of the Valley Invitational Baseball League with an 8-7 win over Crespi on Wednesday.

J.C. Cloney hit a solo home run, drove in two runs and scored twice for West Ranch.

Ryan Keller pitched five strong innings and left the game with a 5-1 lead, but Crespi rallied in the seventh inning for six runs.

Amber Alert Saves 179 In Seven-Year History

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With the seventh anniversary of California's Amber Alert on Thursday, State Senator George Runner looks back in pride. Runner authored the legislation that put the statewide child abduction alert system into place in 2002. Since then, Amber Alerts have resulted in the recovery of 179 young victims.

 

 

CHP Uses Spike Strip To End Pursuit In Santa Clarita

khts_crime_chpA short pursuit ended Wednesday afternoon in Santa Clarita when California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers deployed a spike strip on the southbound I-5 near McBean Parkway, according to CHP officials.

 

One suspect was taken into custody, after officers used a "less-lethal" shotgun to blow out one of the windows with pellets.