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Bomb Threat at Mayors Breakfast

Mayor Cameron Smyth's Prayer Breakfast, held Thursday morning at the Hyatt Valencia, ended in as much controversy as had led up to the event...

An anonymous caller phoned-in a bomb threat to the Hyatt shortly after the prayer breakfast ended.  Santa Clarita deputies were unable to find a bomb after responding to the threat around 9:30 am.

Dodgers Lose To Cardinals 10-3

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 10-3 Thursday, in a game heard live on AM-1220 KHTS. Stay tuned all season long for Dodger baseball!

Drug Dealer Arrested In Castaic

Paul Hutchison of Castaic was arrested late Wednesday afternoon as a three-month narcotics investigation came to an end....

The Santa Clarita Narcotics Crew seized $15,000 worth of narcotics as well as nearly $6,000.

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

Dog Death Phenomenon Plagues SCV

Several Santa Clarita residents, including a woman named Irene have become victims of vendors, selling dogs illegally throughout the valley....

Apparently these illegal vendors find animals on the backs of vehicles, and most of the animals are sold for several hundred dollars.

On top of the ridiculously high prices, most of these animals have been found to be sick, so the veterinarian bills add up as well.

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

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Joe Greiner of HartHigh School for being selected as a “Player of the Week”.


Dodgers Lose to Cardinals 9-3

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 9-3 Wednesday night. Join the Dodgers Thursday morning at 9:30am for their next exciting game right here on AM-1220, KHTS!

College of the Canyons Admissions Office Hours Expanded

       SANTA CLARITA -- College of the Canyons has expanded the
hours of operation of its admissions, counseling and student business office
to accommodate applications and registration demands for its upcoming summer
semester.  The college will be offering more classes this summer than any
summer during its 35-year history and additional hours are needed to
accommodate an anticipated influx of students.
        While students are encouraged to use online services to

New Summer Theatre Academy Offered at COC

   SANTA CLARITA -- College of the Canyons is offering a unique,
intensive Theatre Academy as part of its largest summer school in 35 years.
The program is developed and taught by working professional producers,
directors, actors and designers that comprise the college's theatre
department.  The Vital Express Center for the Performing Arts will be used
as both an instructional facility and as a performance venue for the
program.  Students will have the opportunity to learn many aspects of the

Runners High Speed Chase Bill is Approved

     Senate Bill 126 Requires Individuals Causing High Speed Chases to Pay Back Recovery Costs
    (SACRAMENTO) --- To address the growing problem of dangerous high speed
chases, Senator George Runner's (R-Antelope Valley) legislative proposal has
now been approved by two Senate policy committees and will be considered by
the full State Senate.