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Illegal Aliens Receive $37 Million From County In November

Welfare and food stamp benefits soar $3 million higher than September payout.

 

New statistics from the Department of Public Social Services reveal that illegal aliens and their families in Los Angeles County collected over $37 million in welfare and food stamp allocations in November 2007 – up $3 million dollars from September, announced Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

Hometown Sports Report 1-7-08

Hometown Sports Report 1-7-07

 

Alleged Drunk Driver Slams Into Fire Engine, Killing Passenger

Two people killed, CHP officer injured, in rain-related accidents Friday night.

 

A woman allegedly driving under the influence rear-ended a Los Angeles City Fire engine on the northbound Antelope Valley Freeway Friday night, sustaining minor injuries and killing her passenger, a 25-year old  woman from San Fernando. 

Kings Lose 6-4

On Saturday night, the Kings lost 6-4 to the Flames.

You can hear the next game live, Tuesday January 8th, when the Kings take on the Predators at 7pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kings Players Coming To SCV

Rink Tour will stop at Ice Station Sunday.

The Los Angeles Kings will visit seven Southern California area ice rinks for the third-annual 2008 LA Kings Rink tour on Sunday, January 6, beginning at 3 p.m. 

 

Groups of Kings players, coaches and broadcasters will travel to each rink in the program to conduct on-ice clinics with youth hockey players and take part in a 30-minute autograph session with fans, as the club continues its outreach and looks to grow the sport of hockey.

 

Explosive Devices Found In Saugus

Bottle bombs not pranks, should be considered dangerous.

 

Fly-Away Service Proposed For Palmdale Airtport

Antonovich proposes fly-away service to increase passenger convenience.

 

To help provide travelers with a convenient, reliable and inexpensive alternative to commuting to LAX,  Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has directed the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works to investigate the feasibility of developing a dedicated bus service to connect LA/Palmdale Airport to the Santa Clarita Valley. 

 

Storm Tips From Caltrans

Guidelines for dealing with flash floods, home protection offered by Caltrans.

 

ImageCaltrans Flood Tips for Winter Storms

* Never underestimate the power of water & debris flows.

   * Never walk or drive through moving water.

* Form a personal family plan and ensure that all household members know:

      * the safest path to access high ground,

Saugus Freshman Places In National Equestrian Competition

Victoria Bauer wins 8th place in Pony Medal Competition

 

Who would have thought that a 13 year old girl and her “backyard mutt” pony would travel to Kentucky and place at the biggest pony competition in the nation?  Victoria Bauer, a Santa Clarita resident, made her dream come true when she and her mustang pony “Dream Catcher”, or “Dreamy” as he is called, rode for the United States Equestrian Foundation’s Pony Medal.