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Homeless Plan Shortchanges Public Safety and Rewards Illegal Aliens with Housing

Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich cast the lone vote opposing the County’s $100 million dollar homeless spending initiative.

Sharon Runner's Child Pornography Legislation Passes First Committee

Sacramento – Assemblywoman Sharon Runner’s (R-Lancaster) legislation to include commercial computer technicians as mandatory reporters of child pornography passed through the Assembly Public Safety Committee today.
“This is a big victory,” Runner said.  “Our legislators are becoming more aware of the issues relating to sex offenders and they are finally doing something about it.”

Dodgers Lose 9-8

The Dodgers jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead on Wednesday night, but let it slip away as they fell to the Braves 9-8.  You can catch more Dodgers baseball on KHTS, Friday at 3:30pm, when they will take on the Philadelphia Phillies.

Rainy Day Sees Dozens of Crashes

Chain of collisions involving 16 seperate vehicles brings Highway 14 to near standstill.

California Highway Patrol officer's fielded more than 100 reports of car crashes.

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Local Advertising Professionals Honored at ADDYs

The suspense finally ended Sunday night for local advertising professionals who entered the first-ever local ADDY® Awards. Twelve winners took home Gold, Silver and Bronze awards in 23 categories as the Advertising Professionals of North Los Angeles County (AdPros) announced the results of the contest during a dinner held at Hyatt Valencia. All of us in the design field work so hard behind the scenes, so it’s nice to be rewarded for our efforts,” said Best of Show winner Chris Macabitas, who serves as in-house creative director at Marzochi Performance Suspension Systems.

Dodgers win 5-4

The Los Angeles Dodgers had their first win of the season tonight beating the Atlanta Braves 5-4.  After only and inning and a half, a rain delay was called. Lasting not even 30 minutes play was resumed with an energetic Dodger team.  The Dodgers were able to keep the lead even through the inclement weather.  Tune in to your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS for more exciting Los Angeles Dodgers baseball. 

Runner's Efficient School Construction Bills Killed In Committee By Union Lobby

Sacramento – Today, the Assembly Business and Professions Committee killed legislation authored by Assemblywoman Sharon Runner (R-Antelope Valley) to help streamline the bureaucratic school construction process. 
“It is mind boggling to me how bills that will cut costs, save schools thousands and thousands of dollars, and streamline bureaucracy get voted down with virtually no debate, on a partisan line vote,” Runner said.  “This is a perfect example of the kind of strangle hold special interests still have on the Capitol.”

Waitresses Dish Out $65M Suit

Servers say they were wrongfully fired from Denny's after complaining the restaurant was out of soap.

A group of former waitresses filed the suit claiming they were wrongfully fired after they refused to serve food on dirty dishes.