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Rodriguez Gets Death Sentence For Child Murder

khts_crimeConvicted killer Antonio Rodriguez was given the death sentence by a Superior Court judge Thursday for sexually assaulting and beating to death his girlfriend's 5-year-old daughter.

Rodriguez, 29, was convicted in July of several charges, including murder, torture and sexual penetration with a foreign object.

 

Education Advocate Pinsker Named Hart Community Liaison

Gail_PinskerGail Pinsker, a long-time Santa Clarita Valley resident and education advocate, has been named community liaison officer for the Wm. S. Hart Union High School District. The appointment was approved by the district Governing Board at its Wednesday evening meeting and is effective immediately.

 

Getz Named As Principal Of Sequoia Charter School

Pete_GetzPete Getz, who has served as assistant principal at Canyon High School since 2007, has been named the new principal of the Hart School District’s Sequoia Charter School. The district’s Governing Board approved the appointment at its meeting Wednesday evening, and the new position is effective next Monday.

Flu Shot Clinic Gets Public Out Of Their Cars

flushotIn an effort to get people out of their cars and take a stroll towards better health, this season’s traditional drive-through flu shot clinic at College of the Canyons will be a walk-through event.

The October 29 event, officially called a Point Of Dispensing (POD), is sponsored by the City of Santa Clarita, the L.A. County Department of Public Health and the college along with the L.A. County Sheriff and Fire Departments.

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Corr Sisters Lead Hart Girls Golf Team Over West Ranch

khts_sportsThe Hart High girls golf team, led by sisters Jamie and Amanda Corr, beat West Ranch by 43 strokes in a match at Woodley Lakes Golf Course in Van Nuys.

The Corrs each shot 1-over 38s to pace the Hart girls to a 206-249 win over their Foothill League rivals.

Hart’s Nikki Prichard shot 2-over, 39, and Brenna Carlson was 4-over at 42.

Sarah Hong and Jackie Kang led West Ranch with a pair of 8-over par, 46s.

Plastic Bag Bill Defeated

The California State Senate voted against an Assembly bill to ban plastic bags yesterday.

It received just 14 votes from the 40-member body, lacking the 21 needed for approval.  

If passed, the Democratic bill would have been the first statewide ban for plastic bags.  

Immunizations Needed Through Teen Years For Students

khts_healthNobody is too old to get protection from pertussis, tetanus, measles, mumps and rubella and certainly teens and parents of teens have heard about the new HPV vaccine recommended for young people up to age 26 as a protection against cervical cancer and genital warts.

With thousands of students headed back to school, health officials have focused on how we are doing reaching teenagers and getting them in for vaccines.

September 1 2010: Dodgers Lose To Phillies, 5-1

The Dodgers were beaten by the Phillies Wednesday afternoon, by a final score of 5-1. The Dodgers resume play on Friday against the Giants at Dodger Stadium- pregame is at 6:30pm, on AM-1220 KHTS!

 

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McKeon Praises U.S. Troops As President Obama Marks Shift In Iraq

U.S. Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-Calif.), the Ranking Member of the House Armed Services Committee, today praised U.S. troops and diplomats for their efforts to increase security and stability in Iraq.  With the President set to announce a shift in the U.S. mission in Iraq this evening, McKeon also highlighted a Congressional resolution introduced in late July to honor U.S. military and civilian personnel for the success they have achieved in Iraq.