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April 21: Dodgers Flatten Reds, 14-6

The Los Angeles Dodgers won big over the Reds Wednesday night, by a final score of 14-6. Our next Dodger game is Thursday at 3:30pm- tune in on AM-1220, KHTS!

Frank Ferry Has Been Reelected To City Council

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The final count of the remaining votes are in and the winner of the third seat for City Council is Frank Ferry.

City Manager Ken Pulskamp made the announcement at 12:20 this afternoon after the remaining ballots were counted by both machine and hand.

The final tally has Ferry with 6,510 votes and Gauny with 6,478 votes, separating the winner by only 32 votes.

Detectives Not Amused By Craigslist Thief

khts_crimeA Los Angeles parolee is facing felony grand theft charges after he allegedly used stolen credit cards on several occasions to purchase $18,000 worth of tickets, parking and other items for Six Flags Magic Mountain and Knott's Berry Farm theme parks and sell them on the craigslist Web site.

 

 

Hogs and Horses Ride To Benefit Injured Troops

In honor of the U.S. troops, "Hogs & Horses" will send a special "shout out" to injured troops by holding its 3rd annual motorcycle and horseback ride/poker run on Saturday May 1. Sign-up will begin at 9:00 a.m. at Vincent Hill Station, 553 W. Sierra Hwy., Acton.

"We want to let them know we are rooting for them," said John Reel, event organizer.

The event called "Hogs & Horses - Ride For Our Troops" was originally organized when Reel and his friend, Johnny "Irish" Conway, wanted to find a way to raise funds to support both the deployed and wounded troops.

WorkSource Center Hosts Bank Of America Recruiting

khts_jobfairThe Santa Clarita WorkSource Center will host a Bank of America Recruitment event this Friday, April 23 at 1 and 3 p.m. The event will be held at the Santa Clarita WorkSource Center's new College of the Canyons location and will feature part-time employment opportunities with Bank of America locations in Simi Valley and West Hills.

 

Sheriffs Work To Support Youth In Our Community

In light of the fourth annual Youth Grove Evening of Remembrance, which will be held at 7 pm tonight in Central Park, the sheriff's department would like to remind the community of programs and efforts aimed at ensuring the safety of all the youth in our community.

Valencia Boys Volleyball Team Sweeps Hart, Stays Undefeated In League

khts_sportsThe Valencia boys volleyball team ran its Foothill League record to a perfect 5-0 in a three-game sweep over Hart. It was the 87th straight league win for Valencia and the first league loss for Hart this season.

Eric Ensing had a team-high 12 kills for Valencia. Griffin Nichols added 10 kills and setter Steven Crane had 34 assists and four blocks.

J.J. Mosolf led Hart with 12 kills and 10 assists.

County Budget Forces Pitchess Cutbacks, Elimination Of Literacy Programs

Money_stacksPrisoners are playing the rotation game at Pitchess Detention Center, as dramatic reductions are taken at North Facility, now operating with a skeleton crew due to budget cutbacks. More than 200 budgeted positions have also been eliminated by moving them to various other facilities and 300 "frozen" deputy positions have been deleted from the county's rolls.

 

 

April 20: Dodgers Lose After A Strong Start 11-9

After coming out swinging, scoring three runs in the top of the first inning, the Dodgers pitching did them in again. While the Dodger bats made a few attempts to save the day, it was not meant to be.

Local Teachers Take The Spotlight

khts_schools_chalkboardThe Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation will honor excellence in education at its Teacher Tribute, which honors teachers from the Santa Clarita Valley's five public school districts.