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April 17, 2012: Dodgers Lose To Brewers, 5-4

The Dodgers' six game win streak was snapped Tuesday night in Milwaukee, losing to the Brewers by a final score of 5-4. Join us Wednesday at 4:30 for our next Dodger game, on AM-1220 KHTS!

UPDATED: LA Superior Court to Close 56 Courtrooms, Reduce Staff By Hundreds

seal_of_CaliforniaUPDATED: Tuesday, 5:09 pm.

Calling it the “most significant reduction of services in its history” the Presiding Judge of the Los Angeles Superior Courts announced the June 30 closure of 56 courtrooms and the reduction of 350 workers.

One courtroom, Dept. 4, will be closed at the Santa Clarita Courthouse.

Chaplain Finds It Natural To Volunteer

wendysketchValencia resident Wendy Langhans likes to share.

She has written the “Outdoor Report” and shared her tidbits about nature with KHTS listeners every Friday morning, something that grew out of her love of wildlife and natural areas as well as her former job as an interpretive naturalist with the Mountains Conservancy in Towsley Canyon.

Ekelund Murderer Sentenced To 15 Years To Life

christopher-mcamisIn a Los Angeles Superior Court Monday, during what was initially set as a preliminary hearing, accused murderer Christopher Michael McAmis, 32, pleaded guilty to killing Lynsie Ekelund in February 2001 and received a sentence of 15 years to life in prison.

He must also pay $2,000 restitution and give a DNA sample to law enforcement authorities.

Sweet Charity Sugars Up For Big Night At TPC

cakeCARWhat do a typewriter, a cruise ship and a basket of garlic buns have in common? They all were made into cakes and entered into the SCV Youth Project’s annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction. This is just a sample of some of the amazing culinary art at what has been called the “sweetest event in all of Santa Clarita.”

It’s all for a good cause and brings local businesses and residents together for an evening of clean family entertainment.

SBDC Asks Entrepreneurs To Dream & Discover

SBDC_DD_logoThe Small Business Development Center at College of the Canyons (SBDC) will hold their 2012 Dream and Discover Entrepreneurs Conference with an appeal to all current and future small business owners, students and community members to think like an entrepreneur and embrace their dreams.

Crime Prevention Uses Real Time Technology

CPUwindowPhotos by Carol Rock

In March 2011, after months of planning and development, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station launched the first phase of the new Crime Prevention Unit (CPU). The unit was formed in direct collaboration with the city of Santa Clarita and the County of Los Angeles under the leadership and direction of Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Captain Paul Becker.

 

District Attorney Candidates Present Views At Forum

democratic_donkeyThe Democratic Club of the Santa Clarita Valley will be hosting a forum on Thursday night for candidates running for Los Angeles County District Attorney.

The forum will be held at El Chapparal Restaurant and will begin at 6:30 p.m. Candidates invited to participate include Danette Ford-Meyers, Bobby Grace, John L. Breault III, and Carmen Trutanich. The candidates will present their campaign platforms and answer questions.

Caregiver Resource Event Planned May 12 At SCV Senior Center

caregiverhandsThe Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center will hold its Annual Caregiver Resource Day on Saturday May 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will provide education, support and resources to those caring for loved ones with chronic conditions related to aging, such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Baby Bird Food Products Recalled For Excess Vitamin D

Recall-SidebarKaytee, a Central Garden & Pet brand, is recalling two products, Kaytee exact® Hand Feeding Formula Baby Birds and Kaytee exact® Hand Feeding Formula Baby Macaw, due to high levels of vitamin D.

These products are used primarily by bird breeders for feeding baby birds. Baby birds being fed the formula may run the risk of kidney failure when ingesting the product.