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Dodgers Beat Phillies 5-1

The Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 5-1 in the third game of their series. Jeff Kent  drove in 2 runs and Odalis Perez pitched 8 strong innings to lead the Dodgers to victory.  Tune in to KHTS AM-1220 on Friday at to hear the Dodgers take on the New York Mets.

Bush Signs Highway Bill, Includes SCV

President Bush signed legislation that totals $286 billion for new highway bill. 

The bill includes more than $10 million for projects across the Santa Clarita Valley.


Get the scoop in today's Signal.

West Nile Virus in LA County

A San Fernando Valley woman has recovered from the first case of West Nile virus in Los Angeles County this season, health officials stated Wednesday.

The case follows the discovery of a dead crow in Valencia Meadows Park last week that tested positive for the mosquito-bourne disease.  So far, no human cases have been reported here in the SCV.

Get the lowdown on this story in today's Signal.

Mom Outraged at Porn in Library

County officials say visitors have a First Amendment right to look at explicit material on the Internet.

A Santa Clarita mother who took her 4-year-old daughter ot the library for a learning experience was outraged by pornography on a computer screen in plain view of her child...

Checkout the story in today's Signal.

Phillies Beat Dodgers 9-5

In the second of a three game series, the Dodgers fell to the Phillies 9-5!  Tune in to Your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS Thursday, August 11th at 6:30! 

Operation Read Needs Volunteers

Operation Read provides after-school & weekend tutoring for delinquent, abused,or neglected kids...

Help the community. Learn more & become a volunteer by phoning 296-8500.


See the article in today's Signal.

Supervisors Endorse Vicious Dog Bill

Legislation aimed at reducing vicious dog attacks in L.A. County would allow mandatory spay & neuter programs for certain breeds deemed more aggressive than others.

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors supports a proposed state law allowing municipal governments to mandate spay & neuter programs.


Learn more about this extremely controversial topic in today's Signal.