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Injury Accident Snarls I-5

One Confirmed Injury

Saturday afternoon at approximately 3:15PM, several vehicles came together on the south I-5 near Smokey Bear Road. One passenger, believed to be a toddler, was ejected from a vehicle. CHP initiated a traffic break shortly after as an emergency airship landed near the I-5 to transport the injured party to an area hospital. The cause of the accident is under investigation.

Dodgers Lose In San Diego

The Dodgers lost to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park in game two of a three game series. The final score in San Diego was 4 to 1.

You can catch game three Sunday at 12:30PM on AM-1220 KHTS!

City Takes Athletes To Watery Goals

Underwater hockey draws large crowds, city looking for more players.

 

A Wednesday night tradition is opening up to more players, as the city of Santa Clarita invites residents of all ages to participate in underwater hockey at the Aquatic Center.

 

Newhall Incident Officers Honored With Freeway Signs

Families, friends, dignitaries gather for unveiling of signs dedicating highway to slain officers.

 

“The words Newhall and tragedy became forever synonymous on April 6, 1970” – read the program from Friday’s dedication ceremony for new freeway signs emblazoned with the names of four CHP officers killed in 1970’s Newhall Incident.

Dodgers Beat Padres

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Farmers Market Returns To Old Town Newhall Thursday

Partnership promises new and different market with room to grow.

 

The Old Town Newhall Farmers Market will open for the season Thursday, April 10 as “The Market On Market,” sited on a closed-off block of Market Street between Main Street and Walnut Street. Hours for the market will be from 3 to 7 p.m., the market season for 2008 is expected to run through October 30.

 

Meet the Candidates: Bob Kellar

Incumbent Mayor addresses the future of Santa Clarita.
KHTS was joined by Mayor Bob Kellar Thursday morning for live interview. The program is part of our “Meet the Candidates” series, where all five of the Santa Clarita residents running for the two open seats on the City Council are given an hour of on-air time.

 

Mayor Kellar discussed many issues facing Santa Clarita in the coming years and months, and not all of those will be ultimately decided in City limits. He explained how much of his job is directed outward.

 

Mormon Conference To Be Televised Locally

Time Warner To Broadcast National Conference On Local Santa Clarita Channel.

The 178th General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will be broadcast live this weekend, from Salt Lake City.  The conference will make history as 82-year old Thomas Monson is expected to be ratified by the entire membership during a solemn assembly held this Saturday morning.

Santa Clarita Symphony Goes Wild

 Animal themed music to highlight Saturday’s concert.

Saturday evening at 5:00pm, the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center will host “Animals Alive,” 65-minute concert, designed to educate and entertain children.

 

The show will feature Carnival of the Animals, French composer Camille Saint-Saëns’ witty musical salute to feathers, fur and fin.

 

This zoological program features 14 different movements - each one a different animal - from the first movement of “March of the Royal Lion” through portraits of Elephants, Donkeys and Swans.