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Angels, Giants, Sign With Familia Camarena Tequila

Just over a week following their official U.S. introduction, Familia Camarena Tequila joins Major League Baseball's Opening Week festivities by announcing prestigious marketing sponsorship agreements with two of California's most celebrated baseball franchises. In separate deals with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the San Francisco Giants, Familia Camarena Tequila has secured rights to extensive in-stadium exposure throughout each of the franchise's 81 home games during the 2010 regular season.

City Council Election Votes Returned From LA County

news_politicsFollowing a signature verification process, the Los Angeles County Registrar's Office has returned 215 provisional ballots, along with 36 vote by mail ballots that they examined. The ballots represent a portion of the 641 that have yet to be tabulated pending verification.

Sheriff's Department To Honor Volunteers

lasdvolunteerAs part of National Volunteer Week, April 18 through April 24, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will recognize all the committed volunteers who devote their time throughout the year towards making the Santa Clarita Valley a better and safer place to live.

 

April 17: Kings Tie The Series With The Canucks At 1 Game Each

For the second time in as many games, the first round of the Stanley Cup Play-Off's is won in overtime. Except this time it was the Kings coming out on top.

April 17: The Dodgers Are Shut Out By The Giants 9-0

After scoring 10 runs last night, the Dodgers looked lack-luster against the National League's best Pitcher, Tim Lincecum.

The Dodgers rested Casey Blake, Rafael Furcal, Russell Martin and Manny Ramirez. With the exception of AJ Ellis's first hits of the season, the rest of the Dodgers couldn't get anything going all afternoon. On the other hand, the Giants bats were relentless, shutting out the Dodgers 9-0.

Twilight Tour Of Feline Compound Set For April 24

The Feline Conservation Center at the Exotic Breeding Feline Compound will hold its first Twilight Tour of 2010 at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 24.  Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Admission is $15 per person (18 years of age and above ONLY - no exceptions).  Those who pay their tickets ahead of time can enter early at 5:00 p.m., avoiding the lines.

Hart Percussion Ensemble To Perform April 25

Hart High's Percussion Ensemble, with special guest artist Naoko Takada, will perform Sunday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. at Hart Auditorium in Newhall. The auditorium is located at 24825 N. Newhall Ave. Admission is free.

The Hart percussion program is comprised of students from the top ranking indoor drum line, jazz band, beginning percussion class, concert band and the nationally recognized wind ensemble. The concert will present a rich and varied repertoire with musical works by contemporary composer Ney Rosauro and influential Mexican composer Carlos Chavez.

Kiwanis Food Drive A Success All Around

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The Kiwanis 1-Day Food Drive was held April 10 and organizers deemed it to be a great success.

"Through generous donations from shoppers, family and friends, we collected approximately 15 grocery baskets of food for our beneficiary agency - Help the Children," they told KHTS.

 

 

Bryan Herta Autosport Prepares For Long Beach, Indianapolis 500

khts_sportsBryan Herta Autosport has made some significant changes for the 2010 Firestone Indy Lights season. The team has expanded from one car to two, brought in a pair of talented drivers and is preparing to make its debut in the Indianapolis 500 in May.

Gang Member Arrested For Stolen Firearm

khts_crimeA gun stolen in a vehicle burglary in Santa Clarita was found in the wrong place Thursday night - the bedroom of a parolee, subject to periodic, unannounced searches.

Jaime Gutierrez, 20, admitted to officers conducting a parole check that there was a loaded gun in the room when they stopped by his Via Estrella home in Newhall around 11 p.m.