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Dodgers Take Loss

The Dodgers lost to Colorado 9-7 on Tuesday night.

You can catch the next game on September 26th, live only on KHTS. The game starts at 6:30pm and the boys in blue will face the Rockies once again.









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Vital Express Assets Sold

The saga of Vital Express in Santa Clarita turned another chapter as Houston based, Diligent Delivery Systems purchased the Vital Express assets for an undisclosed sum of money.


Trumpeter Chris Botti Talks To KHTS

Famous musician now promoting his new album

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Multinational Dance A Part Of Street Art Festival

Schedule released for performances on Saturday, September 29th.

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LA Kings Hockey Prepping For Season Debut

Marcel Dionne to join team for opening night.

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Lockheed Player of the Week - Ross Bacon

Ross Bacon the Junior RB / DB for the West Ranch Wildcats was named player of the week.  He ran for 121yards in 21 carries and 1 touchdown in the 41 - 22 victory over Pasadena High School .  Bacon has run for over a hundred yards in each of his first three games and is also a major contributor as a defensive back.

Congratulations, Ross, from Lockheed Federal Credit Union and KHTS AM-1220!

For his efforts Lockheed Federal Credit Union will donate $250 to the West Ranch High booster club.

Henry Mayo And Opposition Head For Debate At Council Meeting

Henry Mayo and Smart Growth SCV prepare to debate some new and old issues again at tonight’s City Council meeting.

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Magic Mountain/I-5 Construction Update

September, 2007 update from the city of Santa Clarita

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Hometown Sports Report 9-25-07

By: Mike Jaffe of the Sports Reporter

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McKeon Sounds Off On Ahmadinejad Speech At Columbia University

Columbia allows Iran's leader but not ROTC?

Republican members of the House Armed Services Committee today criticized Columbia University for inviting Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad to speak to its students and faculty today on campus.  In denouncing the visit, members of the committee specifically pointed to Iran ’s support for terrorist groups in the Middle East and the fact that the rogue country is supplying insurgents and militia groups in Iraq with deadly weapons that are being used to target American troops.


U.S. Howard P. “Buck” McKeon (R-CA):