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High Winds Take Out Power In Stevenson Ranch And Castaic

tree113011 Photo by Elliot Cohen for SCVNEWS.com

Winds whipping through the Santa Clarita Valley have caused sporadic power outages in the Castaic and Stevenson Ranch areas, but according to sheriff's officials, all power has been restored.

Around 5 p.m., winds knocked down a tree on the older portion of Decoro Drive east of Seco Canyon Road in Saugus, bringing down power lines. Power has since been restored.

Hospital Kicks Off Holiday Weekend With All The Trimmings

treestarthreeMembers of three Gold Star families – those who have lost loved ones in the military – soared above the parking lot at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital today to place the silver star atop the community’s Christmas tree that will be lit Sunday night in a festive celebration.

For the last 30 years, the HMNMH Home Tour League has given the community a glimpse into some of the most beautifully decorated homes in the Santa Clarita Valley.

County Extends Super Scooper Lease By A Week Due To Fire Danger

superscooperTo prepare for the anticipated fire danger as high winds are forecast for Los Angeles County, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced that the contract for two SuperScoopers fire-fighting aircraft leased from the Government of Quebec will be extended an additional week by the Los Angeles County Fire Department.

Antonovich Goes To China On Air Quality Mission

mikeinchinaBy Leon Worden/SCVNEWS.com

Los Angeles County Mayor Mike Antonovich returned to China over Thanksgiving, this time in his role as a board member of the South Coast Air Quality Management District and L.A’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

Alleged Canyon Country Stabbing Victim Rushed To Hospital

khts_breakingnewsA man reportedly "bleeding profusely from the head" was taken to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital this afternoon after he was found near the 7-Eleven convenience store at Sierra Highway and Soledad Canyon Road.

Local Resident Creates Nutty Ice Cream Flavor

nuttie_cream_cheese_brownieSCV resident, Kelsey Lien, is among the top 10 finalists competing in the Baskin-Robbins National Online Flavor Creation Contest.  If her creation, Nutty Cream Cheese Brownie, wins, the new flavor will be available in Baskin-Robbins shops in July 2012.

City Survey Targets Needs Of Lower-Income Residents

USETHISCITYSEALThe City of Santa Clarita is encouraging residents, local business owners and stakeholders to participate in an 18 question survey on the needs of lower-income residents in the areas of affordable housing, infrastructure, supportive services, and economic development.

Palmdale Detectives Ask For Help In Finding Attempted Rape Suspect

PalmdaleRapeSuspectPalmdale Detectives are asking for the public’s help to identifying and locating an attempted rape suspect who brutally assaulted a 74 year old woman.

UPDATED: Community Comes Together To Give Thanks And Talk Turkey

RotaryTurkeys2011twoUPDATED Wednesday Nov. 30

Several community groups served Thanksgiving dinners last week to their neighbors, with help coming from a variety of companies and individuals. In addition, hundreds of people received the makings for a Thanksgiving feast, with most of the food donated by community members hoping to offer a hand up to those in need.

California Works To Help Smokers Quit And Stop Kids From Smoking

tobaccofreekidsCalifornia ranks 22nd in the nation in funding programs to prevent kids from smoking and help smokers quit, according to a national report released today by a coalition of public health organizations.

 

California currently spends $70 million a year on tobacco prevention and cessation programs, which is 15.8 percent of the $441.9 million recommended by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).