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An Italian Summer a la COC

College of the Canyons is offering its students another opportunity to study abroad this summer in Italy from July 5 to 16. For 12 days and 10 nights, students will be able to take Western Civilization I and II, U.S. History I and II, all while being immersed in the vibrant and picturesque cities of Florence, Venice, Rome, Naples and Pompeii. COC history professors Brad Reynolds and Robert Cleve will be the tour guides and instructors.

Non-Conforming Business Sign To Be Removed By City

Tomorrow, the City of Santa Clarita will begin removal of an electronic sign that is visible from the I-5, near Wiley Canyon Road and Calgrove Boulevard. The sign, which belongs to the Santa Clarita Athletic Club violates a city ordinance which regulates the size, height and lighting among other aspects of signs within the Santa Clarita city limits.

Plans to Revitalize Newhall Moving Quickly, City Says

Development will help make area into a pedestrian-&-arts-friendly community.

After more than a year in development & at a cost of some $1 million, the Downtown Newhall Specific Plan was approved & set into motion by the City Council in December.

Murder Charges Dropped in Bar Stabbing Case

Attorney assumes there's not enough evidence against the brothers.

Murder charges weren't filed Tuesday against two brothers, who had been arrested in connection with the stabbing death of the owner of a Canyon Country bar.

Kings Lose 6-2

The Los Angeles Kings lost 6-2 tonight against the Phoenix Coyotes.  The Kings seemed strong in the first minutes of the game, making the first goal but the game turned into a devastating loss. 

The Kings may have relaxed too much knowing that they are not going to make the play-offs.  Hopefully the Kings will finish the season strong and return next year ready to take on the world. 

Tune into your Hometown Station AM1220 KHTS for more exciting Los Angeles Kings hockey. 

Bar Co-owner to Face Charges in Partners Death

Two men set to be arraigned in connection with the February 26 murder at Mugsy's in Canyon Country.

The two are charged with first-degree murder.


Pick-up today’s Signal newspaper to read the full story.

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Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations, Taylor Lilley of Hart High for being a “Player of the Week”.
Lilley played a crucial role in taking Hart High to the CIF State Championship playoffs.  In the first round victory against San Diego, Taylor scored 28 points.  She had 16 points in her last game and loss to Lynwood High.
Congratulations, Taylor, from Lockheed Federal Credit Union and KHTS AM-1220!
For her performance, Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the Hart High School booster club.

Seven Injured in 5-Freeway Crash

Officials say five children who were ejected from vehicle weren't wearing seatbelts...

Seven people---including five kids who were ejected from their vehicle---were injured Monday afternoon in a collision on the 5-freeway near Rye Canyon Road. 

Kings Lose 4-3

On Monday night, the Kings lost to the Sharks 4-3.  You can hear more Kings action on KHTS, Tuesday at 7:00pm, when they will take on the Phoenix Coyotes.

Antonovich Reacts To BOBB’s Report On Sheriff Training

Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich offered the following response to the release of Merrick Bobb’s report on Sheriff training: