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Tickets Still Available For Cowboy Festival Events

Santa Clarita’s Western Heritage On Display.



Tickets are still available for events taking place this week as part of the 15th Annual Cowboy Festival including the Walk of Western Stars and Art at Hart.  Both of these events pay tribute to the Santa Clarita Valley’s rich Western heritage while offering opportunities to get up close and personal with prominent Western artists and film stars. 


Cemex Agreement Expected This Morning

KHTS is currently in a press conference with City of Santa Clarita officials, Congressman Howard “Buck” McKeon, and Cemex.

UPDATED 10:05 a.m. Friday, April 25th 2008 

An agreement was expected to be announced, and details of the agreement are currently being exposed.


KHTS has a reporter on scene, and we will be posting an article immediately following the press conference.


While we do not know exactly what time the news will be available, we do expect it in the 10 o’clock hour, so keep checking  

Sheriff's Give Pointers To Businesses Dealing With Alcohol

City and Sheriff’s team up to help prevent crime.


In a free class this afternoon, the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s station joined with the City in teaching employees of local businesses how to lawfully sell and serve alcohol in their establishments.   


Station personnel worked alongside the local California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control office to put on the class, and 85 people signed up to take part.


Dodgers Beat Diamondbacks 8-3

Dodgers win first game in short series...



The Dodger bats were alive Wednesday, winning over Arizona 8-3. Tune in Thursday at 6:30pm for the last game in the two game series, on AM-1220 KHTS! 

Canyon Country Animal Trainer Dies Of Bear Bite

Other trainers come to defense of bear, deny that incident was attack.


A Canyon Country man died Tuesday when a grizzly bear he was training bit him on the neck at a compound in Big
Bear Lake.

Stephan Miller, 39, a trainer at Predators In Action, had several years experience working with wild animals used in the entertainment industry.

Sacramento: Day Two

The work continues.


Antonovich Proposes Sex Offender Alert Program

System would notify community if offenders took up residence near child care centers.


The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich calling for the development of a countywide alert system to notify local officials when a sex offender attempts to register at an address of a state-licensed foster or child care facility.


Children's Cancer Charity To Hold Golf Tourney

Ninth annual golf tournament offers chance to sink a million dollar putt.

It’s that time again for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation’s 9th Annual Golf Classic.  Scheduled for the Tournament Player’s Club at Valencia on Monday June 9, this annual golf tournament is a favorite among local golfers. 


City Council Welcomes Ender, Kellar

TimBen Boydston steps down, while Laurie Ender and Bob Kellar are sworn in as councilmembers.