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Composite Sketch Of Meadow Ridge Kidnap Suspect Released


Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are seeking public assistance in identifying and locating the man depicted in the sketch at right.

At 6:30 a.m., Monday, October 12, a female juvenile was walking on Meadow Ridge Drive in Newhall. The suspect, driving a 4-door white compact car, pulled up alongside the victim and asked her if she wanted a ride. The victim said no and continued walking.


Sheriff's Department Gets Federal Grant Funding Via Supervisors


The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors allocated funding Tuesday from a federal grant to two important law enforcement efforts.

According to Supervisor Michael Antonovich, the Sheriff's Department's ability to combat intellectual property crimes will be enhanced by an infusion of $200,000 from the United States Department of Justice.


Plum Organics Recalls Lot Of Baby Food


Plum Organics announced today that it is taking the precautionary measure of voluntarily recalling one particular batch of its 4.22oz. Apple & Carrot Portable Pouch baby food with the best by date May 21, 2010 and marked with the following universal product code (UPC) #890180001221 located on the bottom of the package. These pouches are sold individually at Toys-R-Us and Babies-R-Us locations nationally.


McKeon Issues Statement On Afghanistan


U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, the top Republican on the House Armed Services Committee, issued a statement Tuesday encouraging President Obama to show leadership and move to authorize additional U.S. troop reinforcements for Afghanistan.  McKeon's statement follows:



Creature Feature: Mummies, Not Your Average Roll Of Toilet Paper

mummyWhile most Halloween characters that incite fear are the works of someone's twisted imagination, or maybe loosely based on events that happened to a friend of a friend, mummies are the real deal.

These walking corpses have been raising the hairs on the backs of necks for thousands of years, and although the most popular forms of mummies come from Egypt, there are mummified bodies littered throughout the world.

Explosions All Part Of Moviemaking At Park

A series of explosions alarmed some residents on the West side Tuesday morning, but it was just another soon-to-be-blockbuster film in progress.

According to Six Flags Magic Mountain spokesperson Sue Carpenter, the park was rented for the day by a film company who did some special effects explosions shortly after midnight.


The park cannot reveal what film was being shot at their location due to a confidentiality agreement.

October 19: Dodgers Lose a Heartbreaker, 5-4

The Dodgers lost to the Phillies in the bottom of the 9th Monday night, by a final score of 5-4. Tune in Wednesday, as the Dodgers try to stay alive in the postseason- 4:30pm on AM-1220, KHTS!

No. 20 The Master's College Women's Soccer Team Loses Second Straight Game

sportslocalThe Master's College women's soccer team has hit a little snag. The 20th-ranked Mustangs lost, 4-1, to Vanguard University on Saturday. It was the second loss in a row and the fourth loss in the past six games for The Master's College.

Vanguard jumped out to a 4-0 lead before The Master's College scored in the 88th minute. Sierra Goff broke up the shutout with a goal off a corner kick from Danielle Hollinger.


Child Dies In Saturday Afternoon Crash


A 3-year-old girl was killed Saturday in a two-car collision on the northbound 14 freeway.

Nathalie Moctezuma was a passenger in a 2000 Chevy Astro van being driven by her grandfather, Marin Borunda, 46. Also in the van were three women, Rosa Maria Borunda, 49; Rosa Marie Borunda, 24 and Elizabeth Borunda, 14. The occupants were all from Los Angeles.


Rockets Shed Light On Lightning

Award-winning COC Teacher explains the science of storms.