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Henry Mayo Offers Free Health Screenings At SCV Chamber Health And Wellness Fair

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital invites residents of Santa Clarita Valley and the surrounding areas to spend some time at the 3rd annual SCV Chamber of Commerce Health and Wellness Fair to learn about healthy lifestyles and the wide range of healthcare services available in our community.

Henry Mayo Offers Free Health Screenings At SCV Chamber Health And Wellness Fair

Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital invites residents of Santa Clarita Valley and the surrounding areas to spend some time at the 3rd annual SCV Chamber of Commerce Health and Wellness Fair to learn about healthy lifestyles and the wide range of healthcare services available in our community.

January 8 2011: Kings Beat Blue Jackets 6-4!

The Columbus Blue Jackets gave the Kings a run for their money tonight, but the Kings were able to secure the victory with a late in the game, empty net goal.

Final score: Los Angeles Kings-6, Columbus Blue Jackets-4

Please join us on Monday, January 10 at 7:00PM as the Kings welcome the Toronto Maple Leafs to Staples Center on AM1220 KHTS!

Smyth Responds To Governor Brown's Local Control Suggestions

cameronsmythAssemblyman Cameron Smyth, Chair of the Assembly Local Government Committee, released the following statement after Governor Jerry Brown suggested a potential restructuring of public services from the state to the local level:

“In his first week on the job, Governor Brown has already indicated that he’s willing to explore alternative models of delivering public services, which will have a significant impact on the budgets of local governments.

Breakfast For Cancer Survivors Set For March 10

American_Cancer_Society_LogoAn elegant, full-buffet breakfast is slated for SCV Cancer Survivors from 8 to 10 a.m. Thursday, March 10 at the Robinson Ranch Clubhouse located at 27734 Sand Canyon Road, Santa Clarita.

This event is open to all men and women who are cancer survivors and their guests.

Public Art Joins Canyon Country Park

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe City of Santa Clarita is inviting the community to attend the dedication of the newest public art piece, “Friends,” on Wednesday, January 12 at 3:30 p.m. at Canyon Country Park. The afternoon will include light refreshments, a meet and greet with the artist, and provide the opportunity to view the latest addition to the City’s Art in Public Places Program.

Martial Arts Instructor Arrested For Sex Crimes Against Minor

khts_crimeA martial arts instructor was arrested at his place of business shortly before noon Wednesday by detectives from the Sheriff’s Special Victims Bureau for inappropriately touching a minor child.

Lt. Mark Hershey of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s station said that Dante Lusica, 64, was arrested on suspicion of committing a sex crime against an 8-year-old female who was a student at TaeKwonDo Center, USA on Bouquet Canyon Road.

Two Of Four Sexual Predators Identified, One In Prison For Similar Crimes

suspect4jan6CNN/Los Angeles Bureau - Investigators have identified two men shown in a video apparently sexually assaulting disabled women in a care home and other places, Los Angeles Country sheriff's detectives told CNN Friday.

One suspect is Bert Hicks, 41, who is now serving a state prison sentence in Tehachapi, California, for fiduciary crimes, abuse and sexual assault in a residential care facility, said sheriff's Detective Ron Anderson.

Facts About Fiction: Understanding Hollywood In The SCV

All the world may be a stage but certainly some places are better to film than others.  

Like the Santa Clarita Valley, which has hosted productions since the earliest days of cinema.  

Newhall, in particular, was so popular among the film industry in the early 1900s that producers gave it the nickname “Newhallywood.”