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'12 Pets Of Christmas' Adoption Promotion & Keeping Pets Safe During Holidays

The County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control would like to remind potential adopters about the Found Animals sponsored promotion, The Twelve Pets of Christmas going on now through Dec. 24.

Adopters can take advantage of $40 off of a dog adoption and/or $30 off of a cat adoption by visiting here for a coupon. The promotion is valid at all DACC locations and other local animal control agencies.  Visit the website for a complete list of participating locations.

Scott Wilk Meets Youngest California Elector

Royal High School Senior and Simi Valley resident Christopher Tumbeiro was selected to be the youngest member of the California Electoral College and was one of 55 that cast votes for President Barack Obama on Monday afternoon.

West Ranch High Hires New Football Coach

BY DAVE CALDWELL/SCVNEWS.COM

West Ranch has named a new football coach for its varsity squad.

Jan Miller has been hired as the head coach of West Ranch football.

Miller, an ex-Marine,  has been the Wildcats’s JV head coach.

Twenty one people applied for the job, which was narrowed down to the top three.  According to West Ranch principal Bob Vincent, Jan was “head and shoulders the right guy for the job.”

LA County Probation Department To Crack Down On Repeat DUI Offenders

Traffic collisions that result from drunk or drugged driving are some of the most preventable, yet prevalent tragedies in America. With yearly fatalities from DUI-related crashes in the thousands for the nation and in the hundreds for California, the Los Angeles County Probation Department is making an effort to crack down on impaired drivers, especially repeat offenders.

Editorial: Helping Children And Families Cope With Tragedy

Cheryl Jones | Child & Family Center

In the wake of the tragedy in Connecticut people all across the country are asking what to tell their children about such a horrific event. Child & Family Center offers the following advice to parents, teachers and caregivers for helping children and families cope.

McKeon To File Defense Authorization Conference Report

Press Release | SCVNews.com

Rep. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-Santa Clarita), Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, will file the Conference Report on behalf of the conferees Tuesday evening to accompany H.R. 4310, the FY 2013 National Defense Authorization Act.

CHP Readies Maximum DUI Enforcement For Holidays

With holiday celebrations in full swing, the California Highway Patrol is preparing for increased enforcement throughout the heavy travel period to help ensure safety on the road. The CHP is reminding travelers to play by the rules behind the wheel and never drive while impaired.

Developmentally Disabled Victims of Sex Crimes To Be Protected By New Pavley Bill

Press Release | SCVNews.com

State Sen. Fran Pavley announced her intent Tuesday to introduce legislation to help protect developmentally disabled victims of sex crimes in California’s state developmental centers and state hospitals.

CHP Readies For Its Annual Holiday Enforcement Effort

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – With holiday celebrations in full swing, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is preparing for increased enforcement throughout the heavy travel period to help ensure safety on the road. The CHP is reminding travelers to play by the rules behind the wheel: buckle up, adhere to the posted speed limit, avoid distractions behind the wheel, and never drive while impaired.