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SCV Fishing Report October 23rd: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

Here's this week's fishing report for KHTS AM-1220:


Freshwater Report:

1)  Castaic Lake...The fishing slowed down this week; although there were some bass being caught in the vicinity of Dry Gulch, Firebreak Cove, and Utopia Cove.  Very few stripers are biting at this time.



Rubber Ducky Festival To Honor Olympians

The city of Santa Clarita will honor local 2012 Olympic athletes Alysia Montaño, Lashinda Demus, David Smith and Anthony Ervin at Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers’ 10th Annual Rubber Ducky Festival on Saturday, Oct. 27.

Report: Hate Crimes Rise Countywide

Officials reported a 15-percent increase in hate crimes in Los Angeles County for 2011, which is a reverse of a three-year trend, according to county statistics.

The number of hate crimes rose from 427 to 489 last year.

DFYiT Students Are Drug Free And Willing To Prove It

By Allison Pari

Hundreds of junior high and high school students came out to learn about the dangers of drugs and participate in teambuilding activities at the Drug Free Youth in Town Summit, Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Activities Center.

City Council Denies Healthcare Changes

By Perry Smith

Santa Clarita City Council members voted 4-0 to keep a two-tiered healthcare system for city employees, following a city staff recommendation.

The move followed more than an hour-long discussion. City staff gave a lengthy explanation behind its benefits packages and the ramifications for any changes, as City Councilman TimBen Boydston temporarily left the dais to appeal to fellow council members as a resident.

County Asks Leona Valley Developers To Start Over

By Perry Smith

County officials are asking Leona Valley developers to start over Tuesday on plans for a Valley Vineyard housing development.

“We didn’t approve the project today, we didn’t deny it today,” said Edel Vizcarra, planning deputy for Los Angeles County.

Gas Prices Dropping Nationwide

Gas pumpGas prices have taken a dip in Southern California, and may continue to drop for at least the new couple of weeks, according to travel experts

County Health: Abuse Of Bath Salts Poses Health Danger

bath saltsWith drug abuse and drug-related deaths on the rise in the Santa Clarita Valley, county health officials are warning about use and abuse of “bath salts,” a synthetic drug that can cause severe side effects such as kidney and liver failure, seizures, increas