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Robotic Surgery Performed at Providence

First operation ever performed on the West Coast using the next generation of robotic surgery

Runner Named As Crime Victims United Legislator Of The Year

Senator Runner is honored at the State Capitol Today at the Launch of National Crime Victims Week
Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) was honored today by Crime Victims United as one of their legislators of the year today at their annual rally for victims' rights at the State Capitol. "I am humbled by this honor and I am honored to be with the victims' families today to remind this Legislature that we need tougher laws in California to put and keep these criminals who have preyed on the innocent behind bars," said Runner.

Power Outage Affects Wide Area Of SCV

Roughly 18,000 SCV Edison customers affected by a major power outage last nite.

The trouble began around 10:20 p.m. when a car slammed into a power pole on Bouquet near Saugus High School.  Southern California Edison officials say parts of Bouquet Canyon, Via Princessa, & Plum Canyon were affected.  Power was restored by 6 o'clock this morning. 

No word on the condition of the vehicle driver that caused the problem.

Automobile Collision Causes Widespread Outage

Approximately 10,700 Edison customers affected.

A traffic incident at 10:20pm on Monday night involving a car and a power line on Bouquet Canyon Road near Centurion Way caused a widespread power outage in the areas of Saugus and Canyon Country.

Approximately 10,700 people were initially affected by the outage, with listeners reporting a loss of power in many neighborhoods near Bouquet Canyon, Plum Canyon, and Via Princessa. Some power has been restored, and Southern California Edison officials are working to re-route power to restore service to the areas still affected.

Dodgers Win 6-2

The Astros had a 2-1 lead in the top of the ninth inning on Monday night, until Nomar Garciaparra came up and hit a grand slam for the Dodgers, who went on to win it 6-2.  You can hear game two of the series, Tuesday at 4:30pm on KHTS.

Runner Announces School Readiness Act Of 2007

Sharon Runner (R-Antelope Valley) announced her introduction of “The School Readiness Act of 2007”
Assemblywoman Sharon Runner (R-Antelope Valley) announced her introduction of “The School Readiness Act of 2007” – a comprehensive bill that will better prepare students to succeed in school.

23 Weapons Confiscated from Probationers in February 2006 D.I.S.A.R.M. Searches

In February, 23 weapons -- including rifles, shotguns, handguns and knives -- were confiscated and 105 probationers were arrested

Women Artists of the West Exhibition This Week

Women Artists of the West (WAOW) will hold its fifth annual art exhibit and sale at William S. Hart Park, Newhall, California, April 27 - 30 in Hart Hall, coordinating with activities of the City of Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival.

Bill to Curb Tow Truck Abuse Passes Committee

Legislation aimed at ending predatory tow truck practices authored by Senator George Runner

Dodgers Win 6-4

The Dodgers took the series from the Diamondbacks on Sunday afternoon, beating them 6-4.  You can hear more Dodgers baseball on KHTS, Monday at 4:30pm, when they will open up a three game series against the Houston Astros.