Saturday, December 31, 2005- In their final game of 2005, the Kings were able to stop the comeback of the Dallas Stars, and won 3-2. You can hear the Kings next game on KHTS, Monday at 7:00, when they will again take on the Dallas Stars.
In preparation for predicted rainstorms, sand and sandbags are available for Los Angeles County residents including those adjacent to burn areas from the recent brush fire season. The Los Angeles County Fire Department and Department of Public Works/Flood Control have taken special measures to effectively manage any potential situations that may arise as a result of current storms.
Call the following Fire Stations for sandbags and copies of the Homeowner’s Guide for Flood, Debris and Erosion Control:
Drivers under the influence this New Year's Eve weekend may be greeted by more California Highway Patrol officers on the road.The highway patrol is continuing its "maximum enforcement period" for the weekend... Learn more in Friday's Signal.
Santa Clarita attorney says they will 'review the decision.'Though a jury determined this week that a city-built road caused a drop in value for a 983-acre land parcel & awarded the owner more than $12 million... Get all the facts in Friday's Signal.
The following is the latest update, courtesy of Josy & Steve Block on the Ewart Family tragedy. Fire destroyed the Ewart's Valencia Home on Tuesday, December 20th. Three family members escaped with minor injuries. Michael, David and Hugh, however, suffered critical injuries. All three are currently at the Grossman Burn Center. Here is the Block's report from Thursday night.
The Los Angeles Kings lost to the Phoenix Coyotes 6-5 tonight. The Kings tied the Coyotes 5-5 sending the game into overtime. Derek Armstrong of the Los Angeles Kings played an important part of tonight’s game scoring his first hat-trick, but it was not enough to get the win. The Coyotes made the winning goal in overtime but the Kings are still ranked 1st in their conference. Tune in to your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS this Saturday when the Los Angeles Kings take on the Dallas Stars at 4:30pm.
More of the Santa Clarita Valley's homeless population have been staying at the emergency winter shelter in Canyon Country during its first week compared to last year's.Ten people stayed at the 40-bed shelter for its opening night on Friday. Get the facts in Thursday's Signal.