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Small Fire Burns in Newhall Pass

A small brush fire broke out Wednesday afternoon near the 5/14 Freeway (Clarence Wayne Dean) Junction....

Six acres were burned, as the fire was contained very quickly.

Despite cooler weather, fire officials are still on high alert since there is a lot of brush around the Southland left to burn.

More on this story can be found in today's Signal.

Car Thieves Caught

Three people were arrested when Sheriff's Deputies pulled over a Volkswagen Beetle for not having license plates...

Similar to the robbery that toook place in Newhall Monday, a naive resident unkowingly aided the attempted escape of the suspects, but all were arrested in this case.

More on this story can be found in the Signal.

Hart Board Superintendent Leaves Post

Bob Lee, 59, has been serving in public education for 37 years.  Lee announced that he will remain with the Wm. S. Hart Union High School District as a freelance consultant, but will step down from his position as full-time Superintendent of the District....

Lee takes pride in having instilled "a high level of confidence and trust in the district and its ability to provide quality education," according to the Signal. 

Robbery Suspects At Large

A Granada Hills woman was attempting to deposit $40,000 in cash at the Union Bank in Newhall Monday morning at about 10 when a man punched her in the face and demanded the money and her wallet, and took the money....

The man ran across the street into a Toyota Corolla, which was driven by a second suspect.  Sheriff's deputies searched, along with air unit assistance, for the suspects.  One man ended up being questioned, but no arrests were made. 

Baby Surrendered at Fire Station

At 6 a.m. Monday morning, a woman rang the doorbell to Fire Station 123 and dropped off a 2-hour-old baby....

The woman is protected from legal scrutiny under the Safely Surrendered Baby Law which was implemented in California in 2001.  This law was created to prevent the all-too-common practice of mothers leaving newborn, unwanted babies in dumpsters. 

According to Los Angeles County Fire Spokesman Mike McCormick, a baby was left in a dumpster just last week in Sylmar.  Because of the woman's unselfish actions, a baby's life was spared. 

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Justin Williams from Canyon High School for being selected as the Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week.

COC Defeats Hancock 51-0!

In a game heard live on KHTS, the College of the Canyons Cougars defeats the John Hancock Bulldogs 51-0!...

For all of the local football scores from Thursday night's High School Football games, click here!


Tune in every weekend for exciting local football on AM 1220, KHTS! Join us for our game of the week, Friday, October 1st as Hart takes on Birmingham. Game time is 7:30pm, pre-game at 7:15pm. 

Cougar Football “Live” from COC..

Tonight, College of the Canyons takes on Allan Hancock College at Cougar Stadium

Together Forever

Candles lit the tears of dozens who gathered at a Canyon Country house Friday night to mourn two lovers killed Wednesday in a high-speed crash on Sierra Highway.

In a circle on the lawn of the house, sobs and cries of grief mingled with chuckles as some reminisced about happier times with Andrew Aiachi, 24, and Dara Folsom, 18.

(Go to The Signal Newspaper for more on this story)