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Blazing Jet Fuel Chokes Out the 5 Freeway

A tanker truck shut down the 5 freeway & backed up traffic throughout the Santa Clarita Valley Wednesday.  The big rig crashed & burned on the major north-south route in the Tejon Pass that leads toward Bakersfield, snarling traffic for hours.  The driver suffered minor injuries.

For the complete story, see today's Signal.

State of the City

Spending plan up 12% from last year;  improvements, additions on tap for coming year.

Accompanied by the theme music from "Rocky," Mayor Cameron Smyth took the stage at the Hyatt Valencia Wednesday & kicked off Santa Clarita's State of the City luncheon, emphasizing a "good business" budget & community involvement.

For all the details, please see today's story in the Signal.

Dodgers Defeat Padres 4-2

The Dodgers defeated the San Diego Padres 4-2 Wednesday afternoon, closing out the series by winning 2 out of 3 against the National League West division leaders. Join us for the next Dodger broadcast, Friday night at 7pm right here on AM-1220 KHTS!

Jeffreys Law Fails to Pass Committee

Assemblywoman Sharon Runner's (R-Lancaster) legislation to increase the penalty for providing alcohol to minors failed to pass the Senate Public Safety Committee Tuesday on a party-line vote. 


Healthy Santa Clarita Debuts

There will be a special Healthy Santa Clarita seminar at the Bouquet Canyon Senior Apartments at on Thursday, June 30, 2005.


Castaics New High School for 09

It'll probably cost over one hundred million dollars, but school officials say the new Castaic High School will be worth the cost, & effort, when completed in 2009.  The William S. Hart Union High School District has given the go ahead for written plans, with detailed architectural drawings expected in September. 


For more on this story, please see today's Signal.

A Real Fish Story You Can Believe

Abu Ibrahim thought he had a maneater on his hands when he reeled the "piranha" onshore at Castaic Lake Monday.  Turns out the fish is actually a mild-mannered cousin called a "pacu", with a far less fearful demeanor.  The pacu is primarily a plant eater, unlike the notorious piranha that feeds on flesh.  State fish & game officials say it's not the first time a species like this has been pulled from Castaic Lake.  Apparently, people tend to throw them into lakes & streams when the creature becomes too big for their aquariums.