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Interstate 5 Closed Due To Down Power Lines

Interstate 5 lanes are closed in both directions due to downed power lines, according to CHP officials. The closure is near Placerita Canyon Road and continues to about Soledad Canyon Road, according to CHP officials.

The truck ramp is open, but all traffic lanes are closed.

Fire Department officials were on the scene, as well as California Highway Patrol officers. There was no ETA for when the lanes would be re-opened, according to officials, who received the call at approximately 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Scratch Golf Closing At End Of Year

Citing tough economic conditions, Scratch Golf is closing at the end of the year, according to owner Greg Lumsden.

Labor Bureau Releases Jobs Report

Despite having the largest year-over-year gain in the number of jobs, California is among the leaders in the jobless rate again, according to federal data from the Labor Bureau on Tuesday.

Regional and state unemployment rates were little changed in October, according to federal statistics.

Antonovich Offers Warning Against Mislabeled Seafood

Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced Monday that the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s Seafood Task force found that of the 103 retail food facilities inspected, including 66 restaurants and 37 food markets, 74 percent of the facilities investigated had label misbranding or false advertising on menus and over 180 violations.

Incoming DA Lacey Names New Executive Staff


[DA's Office] – District Attorney-elect Jackie Lacey announced the top executive management staff members who will assist her as she takes office on Dec. 3.

In a memorandum circulated office wide late Monday afternoon, Lacey said, “I am proud to announce the selection of the members of our executive management staff, and look forward to working with them and all of you to fulfill the mission of our department.

Realigned Inmates Graduate from Castaic Fire Camp Class


[LASD]– The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s and Fire Departments held a graduation ceremony Monday in Castaic for the first two classes of inmates assigned to the newly-formed Inmate Fire Camp Training Facility.

SCV Fishing Report November 20th: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

It's that time, once again, for the Halibut Hal fish report for KHTS AM-1220:
Freshwater Report:

1)  Castaic Lake...Lots of stripers are being caught, mostly from shore, thanks mainly to the trout plant here.  Try tossing a swimbait...resembling a trout.  Some catfish around Necktie Canyon and the Buoy Line, cut mackerel in the early morning is your best bet for the whiskers.

Saugus Girls Win CIF Cross Country Championship

It was a banner weekend for the cross country runners from the Santa Clarita Valley.

The Saugus girls cross country team reclaimed the CIF Southern Section Division II championship at Mt. San Antonio College.

Samantha Ortega was the runner-up in the girls race for Saugus. Abigail Frankian was 16th and Heidi Hoslet was 26th.

The Saugus girls won their sixth CIF championship in the past seven years. They were second to Simi Valley last year.

How To Help Your Loved Ones After The Storm

Paul Davis Restoration and Emergency Services of Valencia
(661) 310-0884

The East Coast superstorm itself is over, but now comes the difficult task of putting everything back together and resuming life as usual after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy and the subsequent Nor’easter. If you were lucky enough to escape the storms’ far-reaching effects, you may be wondering, What can I do to help? Here are five ways you can help your friends and family get back on their feet after the hurricane.

Holiday Home Fire Safety Tips From Paul Davis

Paul Davis Restoration and Emergency Services of Valencia
(661) 310-0884


C.A. – Decorate and entertain during the holiday season with caution and keep safety in mind. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, during Thanksgiving approximately 2,000 house fires happen with 69 percent of the fires caused by cooking. During the holidays, an estimated 128,700 fires and 1,650 injuries, along with 415 deaths occur with close to $25.5 million in property damage.