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Tom Kite Wins AT&T Classic

 Tom Kite won his eighth career title on the Champions Tour and ended

 a victory drought of 30 Champions Tour events and just over 19 months.

Before today, Kite’s last victory on the Champions Tour came at the

2004 3M Championship.



·     Tom Kite became the first two-time winner at Valencia and joined Joe

 Inman (1998, 1999, 2000) and Gil Morgan (1996, 1997, 2004) as multiple

winners of the AT&T Classic.



Lane Closures For I-5 Carpool Lane Construction 3/13 – 3/16

Caltrans will close the following lanes of the Golden State Freeway (I-5), as part of a
$41.6-million project to construct High Occupancy Vehicle, (HOV), or carpool lanes, on northbound and southbound I-5 from State Route 118 to State Route 14:
 
DAILY -- MONDAY, MARCH 13 THROUGH THURSDAY, MARCH 16:
5 a.m. to 2 p.m. – One lane of northbound I-5 from State Route 210 to State Route 14

Richman Campaign Hits Airwaves

California Business Owner and State Assemblyman Keith Richman began running the first radio and television spots in this year's race for State Treasurer this week.   
The radio and television ads that introduce voters to Richman's impressive business, medical and legislative careers and his fiscally responsible values can be seen and heard in Los Angeles, the Central Valley and in Orange County.  

Kings Win 2-1

On Saturday night, the Kings beat the Blues 2-1, winning a shootout 1-0 on a goal by Luc Robitaille.  You can hear the Kings next game on KHTS, Monday at 7:00pm, when they will take on the San Jose Sharks.

Residents May Decide Fate of Mayoral Title

Within two years, Santa Clarita residents may have the chance to decide if the position of mayor will remain an essentially ceremonial title, or become part of local political races.If the City Council approves an item on Tuesday’s agenda, the April 2008 municipal ballot will include a measure allowing voters to decide if the city should have a directly elected mayor; and if so, whether the term of office should be two or four years.At present, the position of mayor rotates between the five council members o

Caltrans, CHP Prepare for Snow

Snow fell in northern sections of Los Angeles County on Friday, causing the closure of northbound Interstate 5 near the Templin Highway. State officials implemented “Operation Snow Flake,” in which the California Department of Transportation workers and California Highway Patrol officers escorted motorists through dangerous traffic spots at first, before eventually closing parts of I-5, near the Templin Highway, said CHP Officer Michelle Esposito. “If you don’t have to drive in it, stay home,” Esposito said.

City Holds Grand Opening for New Trail

The City of Santa Clarita is proud to announce the grand opening of the Canyon View Regional Trail, to be held on Wednesday, March 15, 2006 at 10:00 am. Mayor Laurene Weste and members of the City Council will be on hand to cut the ribbon for the new trail, which includes a half mile of Class I shared-use bike paths and pedestrian walkways along the Santa Clara River. The new Canyon View Regional Trail extends from Canyon View Drive at the Soledad Canyon Road Bridge over-crossing, where the Santa Clara River Trail terminates, to the future site of Discovery Park.

Bipartisan Request to Audit Prop 71 Committee Approved

(SACRAMENTO) --- Amid reports of excessive expenditures and inappropriate, Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) and Senator Deborah Ortiz (D-Sacramento) presented a request to the Joint Legislative Audit Committee late yesterday afternoon for the State Auditor to conduct a performance audit of the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) and the Independent Citizen’s Oversight Committee (ICOC) which were created by Proposition 71.
 

Winter Weather Hits SCV

 

Snow fell in higher elevations Friday afternoon around Santa Clarita. Temperatures overnight are expected to reach the lower 30s with rain possible into Saturday. The snow level expected to be as low as 2000 feet.