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Valencia Takes On Hart Tonight

Tune in to AM-1220, KHTS tonight, as the Valencia Vikings take on the Hart Indians in exciting High School Football.


Pregame show kicks off at 7:15pm.

Catch all the action as we broadcast the game on AM-1220, beginning at 7:15pm, then, join us at Vincenzos Pizza in the bowling alley (Santa Clarita Lanes) on Soledad, after the game as Dave Caldwell hosts the High School Scoreboard show, broadcasting live from Vincenzos.

Unarmed Suspect Robs Jewelry Store

A man went into the Roma Jewerly store on Town Center Drive, robbed the store with a phony guy, and got away with $20,000 worth of jewelry....

The robbery occurred at 12:50 p.m., as the suspect, a black male, 25 to 30 years old wearing a Rasta hat, fled the scene afterward. 


The suspect is still at large.  Anyone with information is asked to contact the Sheriff's Department at (661) 255-1121.

1220 Club Returns Tonight

If you missed their return debut last week, you can check out the return of Jerry Hider and Vicki Brown, as they bring back their 1220 Club, tonight from 8pm-10pm on AM-1220, KHTS.

You can catch Jerry and Vicki, along with special guests and call-ins as they take a little different look at life here in Santa Clarita.


The fun begins tonight at 8pm!

Run Against Hunger to benefit Food Pantry

The 11th Annual 5K Run Against Hunger to benefit the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry will take place at 8:00 a.m. Sunday, October 31st at Newhall Park. The run and fun walk is open to participants of all ages and features awards three deep in all divisions, as well as prizes for male and female overall winners. Registration is $20 for adults and $15 for seniors and children 11 and under. For information, call Race Coordinator Barbara Liddi at 661-294-1080.

Despite Flu Shortage, Seniors Get Treated

Nearly 200 Seniors came by the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center to get their influenza vaccine Tuesday....

Pharmacists from KHTS's sponsor, the Medicine Shoppe, brought enough viles to immunize 300 people, and priority was given to elderly citizens who are most prone to life-threatening conditions.


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


 

More Rain in the SCV

More heavy rain came into the Santa Clarita Valley as another Arctic storm came through late Tuesday....

There were more than a dozen traffic collisions throughout the valley, and many intersections and streets were flooded. 


No major incidents ahve occurred, except a recurrence of last week's inconvenience at the Polynesian Mobile Home Park, which flooded, and had its access shut off again.


Officially, the National Weather Service forecasts a chance of rain continuing through Thursday morning.

Water Debate Today at 2pm!

Tune in to KHTS AM-1220, today from 2pm-3pm, as we interview Bill Cooper and Ed Dunn, candidates for the Castaic Lake Water Agency Board.


 

Join Us At The Senior Center

Join KHTS' Don Gately and Dr. Gene Dario as they host their weekly "Senior Show" today, live from the Santa Clarita Senior Center from 11am-Noon.

You can hear the show on AM-1220, KHTS, or click on the microphone on the top right of our home page to listen on the Internet.


Or better yet, join Don and Dr. Dario at the Senior Center and be part of the fun!

Local Marine Killed In Iraq

A local Saugus High School graduate was killed this week in Iraq.

PFC Richard Patrick Slocum, a Marine, stationed in Iraq, died when his Hunvee overturned in an accident at his base.


Slocum was a Saugus High School graduate in 2003.


He's survived by his parents, sister Kimberly and brother Robert, Jr.


 

Explosion near The Masters College

Chemicals in the Master's College chemistry lab were found in a dangerous state this morning.  The chemicals had crystallized, requiring assistance from the bomb squad in order to safely dispose of the material. 
At 11am, the bomb squad dug a deep hole, and safely disposed of the chemicals.  This caused a huge explosion that was felt by many in the Placerita Canyon area.  They are now in the process of cleaning up the hazardous material.  To find out more, tune in to Santa Clarita's Hometown Station, AM 1220 KHTS!