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Former City Council Candidate Galvan Arrested For Impersonating Police

galvan_dFormer Santa Clarita City Council candidate David Galvan was arrested this morning on suspicion of impersonating a police officer.

Senior Center Meals Truck Yields Physical Evidence

Actual_StolenTruckPhysical evidence has been obtained from a truck used to smash through an enclosure at the SCV Senior Center Sunday morning, helping detectives to get a little closer to the suspect who stole a specially-equipped truck used in the center’s Home Delivered Meals program.

Doctors Aim To Educate Patients About Prescription Security

RXcloseupThe SCV Medical Society held a press conference today to launch a campaign to educate senior citizens on proper disposal of prescription bottles.

Calling empty prescription bottle theft a “growing problem,” the group is intent on educating seniors on the importance of removing a potential source from drug user’s hands by taking information off of bottles before disposing of them in their trash.

Grab Your Hammer And Trowel

handgSanta Clarita Valley Handymen, Jack-of-all-trades, and do-it-yourselfers, will have a place to shine and meet others akin to all things home and garden at the Santa Clarita Home and Garden Show.

The show, which takes place on Saturday June 26 through Sunday June 27 at the Gateway Promenade on The Old Road, will showcase more than 70 vendors offering products from screen doors to art.

McKeon Makes Statement On UN Iranian Sanctions

buckmckeonU.S. House Armed Services Committee Ranking Member Howard P. “Buck” McKeon today released the following statement after the United Nations Security Council approved sanctions against the Iranian regime:

“I welcome the Security Council’s adoption of new sanctions against Iran. Although the resolution doesn’t go as far as we had hoped it would,

State Superintendent Releases Budget Cut Survey

khts_schools_chalkboardState Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell today released the results of a survey of local educational agencies (LEAs) to find out how state budget cuts to public education are affecting them.

 

 

O’Connell held a news conference in the Natomas Unified School District in Sacramento County where all eight elementary school libraries were shut down to close a budget gap.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, June 10, 2010

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Born To Be Wild
Jazz & Blues Concert
Yoga Yoga Workshop
Kid Print

Dodgers Select COC's Cal Vogelsang In Major League Baseball Draft

khts_sportsTwo more players from the Santa Clarita Valley were selected on the third and final day of the Major League Baseball draft. Matt Valaika, a Hart High graduate and senior at UC Santa Barbara, and Cal Vogelsang from College of Canyons were taken late in the draft.

The St. Louis Cardinals selected Valaika in the 34th round. Valaika hit .301 with four home runs and 35 RBIs in his senior season at UC Santa Barbara.

June 8, 2010: Dodgers Sweep Cardinals 4-3

The Dodgers achieved something that they haven't done since 1988 by sweeping the three game series against the Cardinals with todays game ending four to three. It was mostly a one run game ended with the 16th save from Broxton. After a 16 game streak, the Dodgers now have a day off. Tune in right here as the Dodgers begin their three game series against the Angels Friday June 11, on your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS.

PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

UPDATED 7:42 a.m. WEDNESDAY 6/9/10

Republican businesswomen Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina have captured their party's nominations for the offices of Governor and Senator respectively in the California primary election. More than $100 million was reportedly spent in the race for the Governor's office, with Whitman, the former head of eBay, putting in $80 million of her own money against $25 million spent by State Insurance Commissioner Steve Poisner.