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Dodgers Shutout Giants

The Dodgers shutout the San Francisco Giants 5 to 0 on opening day at Dodgers Stadium.

Game 2 will happen Tuesday evening beginning at 6:30PM. Catch exciting Dodgers Baseball all season long on AM-1220 KHTS!

Astronomy Group To Host CalTech Scientist

Dr. Luisa Rebull of the Spitzer Science Center to speak.


The Local Group, a nonprofit group dedicated to studying the stars above, will host a lecture meeting on April 19 featuring Dr. Luisa Rebull, a research scientist from Caltech who works at the Spitzer Science Center.


Palmdale Flyer To Take Off Wednesday

Dignitaries ride first bus to the new commuter terminal.


The “Palmdale Flyer,” a new bus service connecting Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valleys to LA/Palmdale Airport starts Wednesday.


Join Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, Palmdale Mayor James C. Ledford, Mayor, Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar, Lancaster Mayor Henry Hearns, representatives from Los Angeles World Airports and from KHTS AM-1220 HomeTown Station for the inaugural run of the Palmdale Flyer Bus.

Three Arrested At Sobriety Checkpoint

Traffic stops help curb drunk driving problems.


Three people were arrested at a DUI sobriety checkpoint Friday night on Valencia Boulevard just east of Creekside Drive. The checkpoint was conducted from 7 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday.

A total of 1,014 vehicles passed through and 916 were screened. Eight vehicles were pulled off the line and the drivers received further testing.

Get To Know The Candidates: Diane Trautman

City Council hopeful talks to KHTS.In a live one hour interview on Friday, City Council Candidate and current Planning Commissioner Diane Trautman spoke about Santa Clarita’s most pressing issues.


City Awarded $435,000 For Safe Routes To School

City is Awarded Grant for Second Straight Year.

The City of Santa Clarita was recently awarded a $435,000 grant from the State of California’s “State Safe Routes to School Grant.” The grant money is allocated to the City’s ongoing campaign to create a safer environment surrounding schools for children as well as to encourage them to walk and bike to school, which should help to decrease traffic. This is the second year that the City has received this grant.

Chivas USA Helps Raise Funds For Kids With Cancer

The Michael Hoefflin Foundation held annual dinner with special guests, Chivas USA.

Dodgers Win 8-0

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