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Torlakson Unveils New Career Web Portal

tt-smallState Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today unveiled the new California Career Center Web portal to help middle school and high school students explore their options and plan their next steps toward productive careers.

Honey Barbecue Sauce Recalled For Undeclared Anchovies

Recall-SidebarHoneyville Honey Farm of Durango, CO is voluntarily recalling bottles of Honeyville Honey Barbecue Suace manufactured after August 1, 2011 because they contain undeclared anchovies in the Worcestershire sauce used in production.

People who have allergies to anchovies run the risk of serious or life threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Salmonella Threat Causes Yeast, Spinach Recall

Recall-SidebarINDIAN YEAST

Indonesianfoodmart.com of Rockville, MD, is recalling all packages of "Tempeh Starter Yeast" because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.

West Ranch, Saugus Advance To Quarterfinals Of CIF Baseball Playoffs

khts_sportsThe West Ranch and Saugus baseball teams advanced to the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs.

West Ranch eliminated Capistrano Valley, 8-5. JC Cloney hit a three-run home run and Gabe Peralta drove in two runs with a single for West Ranch.

The Wildcats play top-seeded Orange Lutheran on Friday.

The Saugus baseball team stunned Riverside North, 7-4, erasing a 4-0 deficit to advance in the playoffs.

Council Calls On McKeon To Work Cemex Bill

By Leon Worden / SCVNews.com

The Santa Clarita City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to call on Rep. Howard “Buck” McKeon, the area’s congressman, to seek a legislative solution to the planned 56-million-ton Cemex sand and gravel mine.

If that doesn’t sound like “new” news, it’s probably because McKeon has introduced six bills over the past dozen years to thwart the so-called “mega-mining” project in Soledad Canyon that city officials and community activists believe would foul the Santa Clarita Valley’s air, water and traffic system.

May 22, 2012: Kings Advance To Stanley Cup Finals, Defeat Coyotes in OT, 4-3

In a game heard live on KHTS, the Los Angeles Kings defeated the Phoenix Coyotes Tuesday night, by a final score of 4-3 in overtime. The Kings win the Western Conference Finals, 4 games to 1.

The win sends the Kings to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since 1993! And we'll have all the games for you here on AM-1220 KHTS!

Local Witness To Space X History

Petras_with_signSometimes, life is a blast.

For Santa Clarita resident Dorraine Petras it was a blast off!

Petras, Curriculum Specialist in science for Stevenson Ranch Elementary, stood in the pre-dawn darkness only a few miles away from Cape Canaveral to watch the launch of the Space X Falcon 9 rocket with its Dragon capsule payload this morning.

(Photos courtesy of Dorraine Petras)

LA County Fire Urban Search And Rescue Practices For Disaster In Our Own Backyard

USAR6By Megan Mann/SCVNEWS.com

Los Angeles County Firefighters put their response skills to the test this weekend during a 48-hour search and rescue exercise in Castaic.

The California Task Force 2 Urban Search and Rescue Team was being evaluated for reclassification as an international deployment Search and Rescue Team at the Del Valle Regional Training Facility on Chiquito Canyon Road.

Agua Dulce Community Standards District Going To The Dogs

county_seal_copy_copyThe Agua Dulce Community Standards District (CSD) is going through some doggone changes to preserve its “community character.”

In a unanimous vote by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors a new CSD wasy approved that addresses a number of issues including the number of cargo shipping containers on a property and the allowable number of dogs.

That’s nothing to sniff at.