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Health Experts Offer Free Speakers Bureau

Physicians and staff at Providence Holy Cross and Providence Saint Joseph Medical Centers are available free of charge to speak to companies, organizations, schools or churches. 

Dodgers fall to Giants, 6-0

The Dodgers lost to the San Francisco Giants Friday, 6 to 0. This was game two in this four game series against the Giants. Game three begins tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. Tune in to your home town station AM 1220 KHTS.

Water Resources Act Passed

Washington, DC) -- U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-Santa Clarita) today hailed the passage of the Water Resources Development Act of 2005 (HR 2864), legislation which authorizes funding for two flood damage reduction projects in Palmdale, and increases the current authorization level for perchlorate contamination studies in Santa Clarita.  The measure passed the House today by an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote of 406-14.

Runners Urge Governor To Take Action In Bringing NASA Contract To California

Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) and Assemblywoman Sharon Runner (R-Antelope Valley) sent a letter to Governor Schwarzenegger on Monday regarding a NASA contract to develop a crew exploration vehicle is expected to exceed $6.5 billion and could bring thousands of jobs to Southern California. 

Vandals Attack Churches

Canyon Country places of worship sustain thousands of dollars in damages & loss...

Vandals smashed windows at two Canyon Country churches & stole thousands of dollars worth of equipment from one, destroyed hundreds of cookies prepared for Vacation Bible School students & defecated in front of a church door.


More on this story in today's Signal.

Cents on the Rise

With the Valley Invitational Baseball League season coming near a close, the Saugus baseball team continues its quest of getting ready for the 2006 season.

With many new players, the Centurions are still busy getting acquainted with one another.


For the whole story, get it in today's Signal.

Drugs Worth $8K Taken in Saugus Bust

Two men were arrested & booked for possession of narcotics Thursday at a home directly across the street from Saugus High School...

Kevin Flinn, 40, was booked at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station on suspicion of possession of methamphetamine for sale, among other offenses.  James Watters, 42, was also booked...


Get the facts in today's Signal.

City Sued Over Las Lomas Plan

Palmer Investments says that Santa Clarita hasn't complied with its duties to prepare an Environmental Impact Report.  The firm wants to build a mini-city at the junction of the 5 & 14 freeways. 

The lawsuit was filed Thursday against the City of Santa Clarita, seeking to hold the city to previous court decisions, according to a spokeswoman.


Get the full story in today's Signal.

Santa Clarita Idol - Week Two

Despite sweltering temperatures, the crowd gathered at Panera Bread on McBean Pkwy, for the 2nd show in as many weeks. In search of the Santa Clarita Idol, local radio station KHTS began hyping the show early in the day, inviting would-be singers to enter the competition. There were eight contenders, and like last week, all but one were female. The spectrum was broad, ranging from middle school students to prominent local professionals.