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Storm Coming: Safety Tips For Snow Play

Forest_ServiceWith a winter storm approaching, Los Padres National Forest officials are reminding the public to plan accordingly if they intend to visit any of the popular “snow play” recreation areas on the Forest this coming weekend.

The storm could bring snow-covered and slippery roads, rock slides, trail washouts, possible flash floods and other hazards.

Toyota Expands Recall For Sticking Gas Pedals

2010_toyota_rav4.topBy Peter Valdes-Dapena, CNN Senior Writer

Toyota is recalling 2.2 million vehicles to correct problems that can cause gas pedals to become stuck in floormats.

 

Diabetic Products Recalled For Faulty Construction

accucheckRoche Insulin Delivery Systems announced today that it is notifying its customers and healthcare professionals about the recall of the ACCU-CHEK® FlexLink Plus infusion set, because of the potential for under delivery of insulin due to a kinked/bent cannula when inserting the ACCU-CHEK FlexLink Plus infusion set. If this remains unnoticed, this can result in under delivery leading to elevation of blood glucose levels.

Fish Product Recalled For Potential Botulism Hazard

PacificFishLabelPacific American Fish Co, Inc. of Vernon, California is recalling SHI306 Shishamo 4L 5PC (23-28G) Wild, Pack 4/20TR, Lots 202885-2 & 201011-3, Master Carton information. Based on FDA Import Alert, this type of processing and size of product has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium which can cause food borne illness. Consumers are warned not to use the product even if it does not appear to be spoiled.

 

Canyon Girls Basketball Team Beats Huntington Beach In CIF Quarterfinals

khts_sportsThe Canyon girls basketball team beat Huntington Beach, 69-57, and advanced to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 2AA playoffs.

Canyon went on a 14-2 run to start the third quarter and snap a halftime tie, 26-26. Adriana Dent and Alia McCoy each scored a game-high 19 points.

Sign Twirlers Waving Goodbye

khts_citymatters_scvlogoIan Stewart needs a job.  

“I haven’t had any luck the past three months,” said Stewart facing the City Council on Tuesday night. “The only place I had any luck was with Creative Outdoor Advertising.”  

Council OKs Affordable Housing Project, Wildwood Canyon Acquisition

khts_citymatters_scvlogoAt Tuesday’s City Council meeting, the members took steps toward developing approximately 35 residential units on Newhall Avenue for low-and-moderate income families.

The first of this two-phase project will utilize $2.8 million in redevelopment funds and will help the City meet its state-mandated quota for providing affordable housing to all income groups.

February 23, 2011 Kings Over Ducks 3-2

Wednesday, the Kings faced the Anaheim Ducks at The Pond. The Kings and Ducks were tied 2-2 in the second period but, the winning goal was scored by Willie Mitchell at 6:45 into the third peiod. 3 to 2 was the final.

The Kings head back to the Staples Center to open a 10-game homestand. LA welcomes the Minnesota Wild on Thursday. Catch the game LIVE on AM-1220 KHTS beginning at 6:30 PM!

Vin Scully To Call Opening Day For Boys In Blue

VinscullyVin Scully, who is entering an unprecedented 62nd season broadcasting Dodger baseball, will call six innings of the Dodgers’ home opener on KHTS AM1220 on March 31. Scully will broadcast innings one through three and seven through nine, with Rick Monday and Charley Steiner handling the duties during innings four through six in typical postseason format.

 

The Dodgers take on the San Francisco Giants at 5 p.m. on Major League Baseball’s Opening Night on ESPN.