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Kings lose 2-1

The Los Angeles Kings lost 2-1 tonight against the Phoenix Coyotes.  The Coyotes tied the Kings 1 all sending the game into overtime.  After a full period of overtime neither team had scored, further sending the game to a shoot-out.  The Kings put up a great fight but still lost the game in the end.  Tune in Tuesday February 7th at 4:30pm to your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS when the Kings take on the Minnesota Wild. 

Lane Closures For I-5 Carpool Lane Construction 2/3 – 2/4

Caltrans will close the following lanes of the Golden State Freeway (I-5), as part of a $41.6-million project to construct carpool lanes, on northbound and southbound I-5 from State Route 118 to State Route 14:


5 a.m. to 1 p.m. – One lane of north I-5 from the 210 to the 14

8 a.m. to 11 a.m. -- One lane of north I-5 from the 405 to east 210 on-ramp

8 a.m. to 11 p.m. – Two lanes of north I-5 from the 210 to the 14

9 a.m. to 2 p.m.: -- The west 210 connector to the I-5

Providence Holy Cross Blood Drive Set a New Record

On Saturday, January 28, the Providence Holy Cross Blood Drive, in conjunction with Kelly Shell, set a new record for both Los Angeles and Orange Counties for a mini blood mobile by collecting 45 pints of blood on their self contained three-bed blood mobile.  This is equivalent to 6.4 pints per hour.

Lockheed "Player of the Week"

Congratulations Josh Herman of Hart High School for being a “Player of the Week”.
Senior Josh Herman was a key player in the Hart High versus Burbank High game 71-54.  Herman scored a career-high 38 points.  Herman had a game-high 10 rebounds and 16 for 16 from the free throw line proving he is a pivotal team player.
Congratulations, Josh from Lockheed Federal Credit Union and KHTS AM-1220!
For his performance, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Hart High School booster club.

City Remaining Vigilant with Its Transit System

The city of Santa Clarita's keeping an eye on its bus riders.Security cameras on board Santa Clarita Transit buses help city officials record what happens during collisions & look out for anyone committing criminal acts. 

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Suspect in New Years Shooting Pleads Innocent

Robert Wheeler accused of January 2005 spree that killed one man, injured two others.

Wheeler pled innocent Tuesday to the shooting death of a Saugus store clerk & two charges of attempted murder. 

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Youth Grove Dedication Ceremony

The City of Santa Clarita is proud to announce the opening of the Santa Clarita Youth Grove at Central Park on Saturday, February 11, 2006 at 10:00 am. Mayor Laurene Weste and members of the City Council will be on hand, along with members of the Blue Ribbon Task Force and the community, to dedicate the project. Central Park is located at 27150 Bouquet Canyon Road in Saugus The Youth Grove, previously called the Blue Ribbon Youth Memorial, is a grassroots effort supported by the City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon Task Force.

COC Child Development Center Sponsors Child and Adult Care Food Program

The Child Development Center at College of the Canyons announces sponsorship of the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP). The program is available without charge to all enrolled children. Effective July 1, 2005 through July 30, 2006, participants from households may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals or free milk.

Senator Runner's Legislation Sponsored By Palmdale School District

Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) has introduced legislation to protect schools and taxpayers from drug offenders that are taking advantage of loopholes in California law. Senate Bill 1185 will ensure that school employees who are caught abusing illegal drugs and sent to a drug diversion program do not receive back-pay. “Any school employee caught abusing drugs who decides to avoid a conviction by admitting guilt and enter into a drug diversion program should not be rewarded by collecting back-pay.