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Nursing Homes Required To Display Grades Prompted By Antonovich Action

mikeantonovichStarting January 1, anyone seeking a good skilled nursing facility for an elderly or incapacitated family member will be able to get valuable information to help them make their choice.

Similar to the letter-grade restaurant grading system instituted in Los Angeles County in 1997, nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities will now have to post a 1-to-5 star ‘rating’ from federal inspectors and share information on the county’s website.

Vegas, NYC And Santa Clarita To Collide On New Year's Eve

As always, on New Year’s Eve, New York City and Las Vegas will be flooded with exuberant and spirited out-of-towners. However, due to the distance and current weather conditions, many Santa Clarita residents planning to make either jaunt are opting to stay local, but really, they’re all the better for it.  

By attending “Casino Circle of Hope,” attendees have the chance to experience both Vegas and Big Apple celebrations simultaneously, and won’t need to leave the Santa Clarita Valley.  

Flash Flood Watches Remain In Effect Today, Sun Expected Tomorrow

raindropsFlash flood watches remain in effect through tonight for the recent burn areas in Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, as well as central and eastern Los Angeles County.

 

A cold front will sweep across the area today, with the highest additional rainfall amounts expected on and below the south and southwest-facing slopes of the mountains. These are the same locations that have seen up to 15 inches of rain or more in recent days.

Sandbags Available At Local Fire Stations

khts_fireenginefrontTo deal with the possibility of erosion from the continual rains, residents may obtain sandbags from their local fire stations.

Here is information from the LA County Fire Department website on home defense during storms.

 

Sudden downpours during the rainy season can cause many water related problems for residents such as Flash flooding, mudslide, and other various problems that may result in damage to your property.

Whole Foods Recalls Sally Jackson Cheese For E.Coli Contamination

khts_recallsWhole Foods Market announces that it is recalling cheese sold in California, Nevada, Washington State and Washington, D.C. that came from its supplier Sally Jackson Cheese of Oroville, Washington.

 

Valencia Girls Basketball Team Wins Burroughs Tournament

khts_sportsThe Valencia girls basketball team won the Burroughs Tournament beating St. Bernard, 62-54, in the championship game. Lauren Spargo scored 15 points against St. Bernard and earned most valuable player for the tournament.

Kalia Summerlin scored a team-high 21 points for Valencia in the championship game.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, December 22, 2010

This weekend in Santa Clarita brought to you by our friends at Valencia Auto Center.

NorthPark Church
Candle Lighting – Deputy Glover
The Meaning of Christmas – First Presbyterian and The Sanctuary
KHTS Holiday Wish

December 21 2010: Kings Shutout Avalanche 5-0

The Kings get an early Christmas gift as they dominated the Avalanche Tuesday night in Denver. Rod Scuderi scored the first goal midway through the first period. During the second period, Brad Richardson scored a goal increasing the King's lead to 2-0. The Kings never looked back as Dustin Brown scored twice during the third period. Then Justin Williams put the cherry on top with a goal late in the third period. King's goalie Jonathan Quick had 23 saves and records his third shutout of the season. The final score was 5-0.

Chatsworth Man Charged With Multiple Felonies

khts_crimeMultiple felony charges including assault, carjacking and assault on a peace officer were filed today against a 30-year-old Chatsworth man accused of a string of crimes that started with the stabbing of his mother last Friday.

Aaron Clay Tanner, 31, was charged with one count each of assault with a deadly weapon, a knife; assault by means likely to produce great bodily injury; kidnapping for carjacking; attempted carjacking; and felony evading law enforcement.

Immigration Holds Requested For Two Kidnap Suspects In Newhall

khts_crimeFour men – two of them from out of the country, are behind bars for their part in an alleged kidnap/carjacking that took place in Newhall on Monday afternoon.

According to Lt. Mark Hershey, a 17-year old female said she gave two men a ride home, but enroute, they threatened her with a gun, forcing her to drive them elsewhere.