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Seven Manufacturers Announce Recalls Of Cribs

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, with the cooperation of seven firms, is announcing voluntary recalls of more than two million cribs to address drop-side hazards and other hazards that affect the safety of young children.

The recalling firms are providing consumers with free repair kits to immobilize the drop sides or other remedies, and advises to not attempt to fix these cribs with homemade remedies.

The drop-side and fixed-side crib recalls announced today are of units manufactured between 2000 and 2009 by the companies listed below.

Whooping Cough On The Rise

whoopingcoughLos Angeles County health officials have issued a warning to parents of infants because of an increased number of pertussis or whooping cough cases being reported.

Infants are at a higher risk of contracting the cough, which causes intense coughing, vomiting related to coughing, and could lead to pneumonia and seizures.

Canyon Country Man In Custody After Lewd Acts With Child

khts_crime_genericDetectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are continuing their investigation into an incident of lewd acts with a child and false imprisonment that occurred in the 27200 block of Hidaway Avenue in Canyon Country.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, June 24, 2010

This weekend in Santa Clarita brought to you by our Friends at Facey Medical Center

SC Home and Garden Show
Summer Car Show
Ladies Night Boutique
The Sound of Music
Battle of the Rides

Legislation To Deter Sex Offenders From Social Websites Moves Forward

georgerunnerOn Tuesday, the California Assembly Safety Committee passed legislation authored by Senator George Runner. It would require all registered sex offenders to register their online addresses with state law enforcement. Senate Bill 1204 is this year’s lone remaining bill which seeks to fight sexual predators that prowl social websites for potential victims.

Ferry, Crane Make All-CIF Boys Volleyball Team

khts_sportsTwo players from Valencia High School made the All-CIF Division II boys volleyball team.

Nick Ferry made the first team as an outside hitter. He recorded 98 kills in his senior season playing outside hitter on a part-time basis. He normally plays libero, where he recorded 279 digs.

Valencia setter Steven Crane made the All-CIF second team. He had 741 assists in his senior season.

June 23, 2010: Dodgers Lose To Angels 2-1

The Dodgers make a valid attempt to fight back in the ninth, but ultimately lose to the Angels 2-1. Tune in tomorrow June 24th as the Dodgers finish this 3 game series at 6:30pm. Right Here on your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS.

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Wastewater Rate Increases Can Be Stopped If Enough Payers Protest

khts_waterfaucetAmong the bills, flyers, letters and other things sometimes considered “junk mail” that arrived in Santa Clarita Valley mailboxes last week, there’s a very important missive that could turn the tide, so to speak, into a salt water solution.

Inside yellow envelopes are a two-page Proposition 218 notice of a public hearing to raise wastewater rates for property owners in the Santa Clarita Valley area.

City Council Introduces Campaign Donation Changes

khts_citymatters_scvlogoDuring Tuesday's City Council meeting, a resolution was introduced that will change limits on
campaign donations.



The council will vote on the resolution during the next regular session. If passed, it will increase the limit individuals can donate to $1000. The introduced resolution was changed by Councilmember Frank Ferry to keep donations under $100 non-reportable.