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Santa Clarita Curfew ‘Rescinded’ After Peaceful Protests

The Santa Clarita curfew for Thursday has been rescinded after peaceful protests across Valencia, officials said. The curfew in Santa Clarita was set for 6 p.m. before being rescinded Thursday, originally due to a large protest bringing potential looters to the City planned for the area near McBean Parkway and Valencia Boulevard.  “In light of the peaceful protests, we have ...

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No Countywide Curfew Planned, City Of Santa Clarita Curfew Still In Place Thursday

There is no countywide curfew in place Thursday, however, the recently-passed City of Santa Clarita curfew is still in place beginning at 6 p.m., officials said.  On Wednesday, the Santa Clarita City Council unanimously passed a local emergency and 6 p.m. curfew ahead of a possible large protest in Valencia. The countywide curfew is not expected to be enforced for ...

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Cinema Vet – June 2, 2020

Host: Tori Topic: Cinema Vet: The Pros and Cons of Dog Parks Guest: Dr. Jamie Ronchetto Right Click Here To Download! Click Here To Listen! Santa Clarita veterinarian Dr. Jamie Ronchetto joins the Hometown Morning Show to discuss how to go about housebreaking older pets! From the Cinema Vet website: Dr. Jaimie Ronchetto grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley. ...

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Triple-Digit Temperatures In Santa Clarita Weather Forecast, 10 Degree Cool Off Expected

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Triple-digit temperatures are expected in the Santa Clarita weather forecast Wednesday with a 10-degree cooling trend by Thursday, officials said. On Wednesday, temperatures are expected to be around 100 degrees in Santa Clarita Valley, which is about 15 degrees above normal for this time of year, said Mike Wofford, meteorologist with the National Weather Service (NWS). “(Wednesday) is going to ...

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Inactive Immune Response Study, Why Healthy Bones Save Lives

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By Dr. Thomas Polucki Inactivity reduces immune function according to new French space program study. At first the study looked at the effects of zero gravity and bone loss. Finding that the effects of inactivity and confined isolation of astronauts looks similar to aging here on earth. But the study revealed a lot more and some of it more relevant ...

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Over $20 Million Grant Awarded To Santa Clarita Transit For COVID-19 Response 

An over $20 million grant has been awarded to Santa Clarita Transit for the agency’s response to COVID-19, officials said. The grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is part of $25 trillion in funding offered by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, signed by President Donald J. Trump on March 27. “During these trying times, these ...

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Santa Clarita To Consider Repealing Local Rent Moratorium In Favor Of County Protections

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The Santa Clarita City Council is set to consider repealing the local eviction moratorium set in place in late March in favor of the more comprehensive Los Angeles County COVID-19 renter protection program, officials said. On March 31, 2020 the City Council adopted an urgency ordinance temporarily prohibiting evictions of residential, commercial and manufactured- home tenants arising from financial impacts ...

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Coronavirus Ground Zero Survivors Little And No COVID-19 Symptoms

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By Dr. Thomas Polucki Corona virus ground zero survivors credit Dr. Polucki’s telehealth rehabilitation and targeted nutrition for little and no Covid-19 symptoms. Surrounded by thousands of Covid-19 exposed people, for weeks, on that quarantined cruise ship, Jeri Seratti Goldman and Carl Goldman survived. In fact, Carl only experienced a mild fever, for a day and a lingering cough for ...

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Cumulative Santa Clarita Coronavirus Cases Reaches 1,000

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20 additional cases of coronavirus have been confirmed across the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday, with 1,000 confirmed cumulatively since testing for COVID-19 began in March. As of Thursday afternoon, a total of 1,000 cumulative cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in the Santa Clarita Valley since testing began in March. These include: 623 in the City of Santa Clarita ...

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