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Sexual Predator Legislation Introduced By Local Lawmakers

khts_crime_genericThree pieces of legislation dealing with sexual predators were introduced within the last week in Sacramento.

The first, Senate Bill 1204, was authored by Sen. George Runner. SB1204 would require sex offenders to register online addresses with state law enforcement.


April 23: Dodgers Lose To The Nationals 5-1

In the bottom of the first inning, The Nationals Nyjer Morgan hit a lead off, stand up triple. He was brought home on a long single by Adam Kennedy, and The Nationals never looked back.

The Dodgers did manage to tie it up in the top of the forth, but Adam Dunn hit the first of his two home runs of the game in the bottom of the inning, re-taking the lead, as it turned out, for good. The Nationals put 3 more runs on the board, with the final score Dodgers 1, Nationals 5.

DUI Checkpoint Set Tonight

khts_crimeThe Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will be conducting a Driving Under the Influence (DUI) checkpoint beginning on Friday at 7 p.m. and concluding at 3 a.m. Saturday morning.

The goal of the checkpoint is to educate the community on the hazards of drunk driving while enforcing the DUI laws of the state of California. The checkpoint is an ongoing attempt to safely remove drunk drivers from our streets.

SCV Food Pantry Receives Honors

khts_inthecommunityThe Los Angeles Regional Foodbank has honored three non-profit organizations, including the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry, for their outstanding commitment to helping the needy in Los Angeles County.

The SCV Food Pantry was presented the Community Spirit Award, which is given to an agency that demonstrates excellence in community service.


Antonovich Negotiates Equity For MTA 30/10 Projects

mikeantonovichTransportation officials came one step closer to equity across Los Angeles County after some skillful negotiation to include highway projects and other improvements during Wednesday's meeting of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA).




California Kid Rolls Through Town

california_kidMonster trucks are arriving for the Monster X Tour this Saturday, April 24. One of the trucks, the California Kid, rolled through town making a stop at Napa Auto Parts Friday, to show off the truck to patrons and passing motorists.

The truck is a modified 1934 Ford Sedan, and with tires over five feet high and an overall height of at least twice that, the truck is hard to miss.


Domestic Violence Center Seeks Volunteers For Hotline

khts_givingbackThe Domestic Violence Center of the Santa Clarita Valley is seeking volunteers to help answer their 24-hour hotline that provides emergency help for domestic violence related callers.  Volunteers will need to complete a special 40-hour training course in order to answer the local hotline.


SCV Outdoor Report: Nastic "Un"-brellas


By Wendy Langhans

One afternoon last week, Mr. Langhans and I played hookey.  We ditched our "to do" list and took a drive out to the Antelope Valley Poppy reserve.

But before we left, we had a "discussion" about whether or not to bring umbrellas.  He's much more worried about getting wet that I am.  As it turned out, the weather was lovely - no need for umbrellas - and it was well work the trip.


West Ranch's Janelle Lindvall Goes Deep Twice Against Canyon

sportswestranchWest Ranch's Janelle Lindvall hit two home runs and drove in four runs in her team's 6-4 win over Canyon in a Foothill League softball game.

Her second home run of the game snapped a 4-4 tie in the 10th inning. She also hit a home run in the first inning, a two-run shot to give her team a 2-0 lead.

West Ranch teammate Madison Vogelsang hit a solo home run in the fourth inning.

Former COC Defensive End Taken By New York Giants In NFL Draft

The College of the Canyons has another alum in the NFL.

Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul was selected in the first round by the New York Giants. He is the highest drafted NFL player in the history of College of the Canyons.

"I am very excited for Jason and hoping the best for him and his family," College of the Canyons head football coach Garett Tujague said. "He has been waiting and working to get better each day in preparation for this day. For those who don't know much about Jason, they will learn quickly about the talent he possesses."