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April 25, 2012: Dodgers Lose To Braves 4-2

Wednesday, the Dodgers faced the Atlanta Braves for the rubber game of a three game series at Dodgers Stadium.

The Dodgers were scoreless for three innings. Freddie Freeman scored an RBI run in the fourth giving the Braves a 1-0 lead. In the fifth, Dee Gordon grounded out and in to score was Tony Gwynn to tie things up 1-1. Then in the sixth, with light rain beginning to fall, Matt Kemp knocked in a homerun giving the Dodgers a 2-1 lead. In the ninth, the Braves scored three runs and went on to defeat the Dodgers. 4 to 2 was the final.

Saugus Sophomore Gets Wheels For Grades, Attendance

NISSANtwoBy Austin Dave SCVNEWS.com and Carol Rock KHTS AM1220

Photos by Austin Dave

A Saugus High School student has a new set of wheels following a raffle held Monday night.

Saugus High School sophomore Townsend Kaneversky was one of thousands of Hart School District students entered into a raffle for a shot at winning a 2012 Nissan Versa courtesy of Nissan of Valencia.

City Hall Reopened After Bomb Scare

cityhall_bombscare_042512By Connie Jones and Carol Rock

Photo by Elliot Cohen/SCVNEWS.com

Sheriff's Arson and Explosives investigators examined the unidentified package found behind a locked door at City Hall this morning and found it to be empty. All closures have been lifted and employees were allowed back into the building.

Vasquez Canyon Road Closed For Resurfacing

khts_trafficalertThe entire length of Vasquez Canyon Road between Bouquet Canyon Road to Sierra Highway is closed for a resurfacing project that began Monday night, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works.

Antonovich Wants Mislabeled Fish Products Scaled Down

mikeantonovichApproved unanimously by the Board of Supervisors, a motion by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich directed the Department of Public Health to work with Federal and State agencies to address seafood mislabeling in Los Angeles County.

“Consumers must have confidence that the fish they are buying at restaurants and grocery stores is safe and labeled correctly,” Antonovich said.

Gorrell's 'Job Creator' Bill, Storm Water Runoff Bills Receive Committee Approval

jeffgorellAssembly Bills 1982 and 2117 authored by Assembly Member Jeff Gorell successfully cleared major hurdles today as they received bipartisan approval from their respective policy committees.

Resolution To Save California Military Bases Passed By Committee

tony_strickland_thumbSenate Joint Resolution 19, authored by Senator Tony Strickland (R-Moorpark), passed unanimously in the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee.

McKeon On Mammoth Mountain Legislation

BuckHeadshotCongressman Howard “Buck” McKeon took to the House floor Tuesday to speak on behalf of his legislation, H.R. 2157, which will ensure the continued economic vibrancy of the Mammoth Mountain Ski Area.

COC's Sakayan Makes All USA Community College Academic Team

PTKhonoree-MaralSakayanThis week it was announced that College of the Canyons student Maral Sakayan is one of just 20 community college students from across the nation included on USA Today’s 2012 All-USA Community College Academic Team.

Presented by USA Today and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and sponsored by Follett Higher Education Group, the All-USA Community College Academic Team honors the academic achievements of the nation’s top community college students.

McKeon Votes In Favor Of Government Spending Standards

newBuckToday, Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon voted in favor of H.R. 2146, the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act (“DATA”), which establishes strong, universal data and reporting standards for government spending.