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Fundraiser for the Gadbury Family!

Fundraiser for the Gadbury Family!

Friday Night High School Basketball

In a game heard live on AM 1220 KHTS, the Hart Indians defeated the Jordan Panthers 72-63. Hart advances to the Semi Finals of the CIF-SS,  Division 1-AA playoffs next Tuesday.

Molester Allegedly Pierced Teens

In addition to already being a sex offender, Donald "Dutch" Hearne has been accused of performing the piercings on minors without parental consent....

Hearne has also been accused of chargin money for the services without a business license, running the operation out of his house, which is in between three Canyon Country schools.

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

Newhall Drug Bust Successful

Following a two-month investigation, the Santa Clarita Narcotics Crew of the Sheriff's Department seized over $50,000 worth of Narcotics....

Not only was crystal methamphetamine found, but also pure powdered and rock cocaine as well as a pistol with bullets was seized.

Alfredo Hernandez was arrested, with bail set at $80,000.

More on this story is on the front page of today's Signal.

Hospital Employees Contribute to Tsunami Relief

Hospital Employees Contribute to Tsunami Relief

Sales Tax Revenues Increase in Santa Clarita

The City of Santa Clarita saw a whopping 9% increase in local sales tax during the second quarter of 2004 over the previous year, making Santa Clarita one of Los Angeles County's economically strongest cities...

"The sales tax, by far, continues to be our single largest resource of revenue. When people shop in the City their sales tax dollars stay right here at home.", explains Darren Hernandez, City Treasurer.

Rescue Calls Flood Teams

Firefighters were called out to Bouquet Canyon and Alamogordo Roads Tuesday afternoon....

It turns out the call was a false alarm, and has not been the first, throughout the latest string of storms.

More on this story can be found in the Signal.

Tuesday Night High School Basketball

In a game heard live on AM 1220 KHTS, Hart beat Rancho Verde 63-56.  The Indians advance to the Quarter-finals of the CIF Division 1-AA Playoffs on Friday night.  In other high school basketball action, Valencia lost to Lakewood 72-68.  Tune in to KHTS on Friday night at 7:15 for the Quarter-finals pregame show.

Road Updates for Tuesday Afternoon

Several local surface streets and freeways continue to be affected by mud, debris, and flooding. Here is the current information on closures:

More Rain Expected

The National Weather Service forecasts more rain today, heavy at times, with isolated thunderstorms....

Santa Clarita, according to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, has received 36.32 inches from October 15th through this morning (Feb. 22), nearly double the normal, 18.19 inches, in the same period, and we still expect more.

More on this story is on the front page of today's Signal.