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Dodgers Win 7-3

The Dodgers defeated the Chicago Cubs Saturday in L.A. 7 to 3.

The Boys in Blue are looking for three in a row as they wrap up their series against the Cubs. Catch all the action Sunday evening beginning at 6:30PM on AM-1220 KHTS!

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Tips For Parents On Teen Parties

It’s graduation party time, and here are some tips for you to make sure everyone stays safe. 

 

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Single Mothers Outreach Launch New Program

Zonta Club of Santa Clarita funds new online program. 

 

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World Records Fall At Aquatics Center Masters Meet

Eight world records shattered at May 18 meet.

 

Eight world records in 50 meter swimming were broken May 18 at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center.

The record-shattering events happened during a Long Course Meet sponsored by the Santa Clarita Masters Club and the Aquatic Center. During the meet, competitors swim the 50 meter length versus the normal configuration of 25 yards.

The accomplished swimmers are as follows:

Additional Arrests Made In Pharmacy Theft Ring

Ongoing investigation yields three more suspects, additional arrests expected.

 

Working with the San Jose Police Department, the FBI and IRS, sheriff’s detectives from the Burglary and Theft team made additional arrests pertaining to an international theft ring.

The SCV station’s connection involved several local pharmacies and grocery outlets, including Vons, Albertsons, Rite-Aid. Thousands of over-the-counter medications, hair care products, baby formula and men’s hygiene items were taken, some of them stolen in bulk from the retailers.

Dodgers Get Win

On Friday night the boys in blue defeated the Cubs 3-0.

You can hear the next game live, Saturday June 7th, at 12:15pm only on KHTS. The Dodgers will face Chicago once again.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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COC Player House Picked In MLB Draft

House joins COC alum on Oakland A's roster.

 

Left fielder Tyreace House was the 184th overall pick in the sixth round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft by the Oakland Athletics on Thursday afternoon. House joins former College of the Canyons pitcher Dana Eveland, and current starting A’s hurler, as a member of Oakland’s organization.

Habitat For Humanity Looking For Volunteers In Newhall

Volunteers sought to help with home rehab for Heads Up caretaker

 

Habitat For Humanity is inviting Santa Clarita residents and their friends to join a group effort to rebuild the home of Jim Tindell, the Heads Up caretaker who was severely burned in the Buckweed Fire of October 2007.

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Koi Pond and Gardens Tour Set Saturday

Annual tour features fish and flowers.

 

The Santa Clarita Koi Club is holding its fourth annual Koi and Water Garden Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 7.

Twelve private gardens will be open to the public for viewing with the purchase of a tour book for an $8 donation for each vehicle going on the tour.

Books are available at Green Thumb Nursery, 23734 San Fernando Road in Newhall, Rooms and Blooms, 24264 Valencia Boulevard and Vision Center, 26506 Bouquet Canyon Road in Saugus.

Planet Soccer Helps Community Center Players Put Best Foot Forward

Local merchant makes sure kids have the best shoes for their games.

 

 

The City of Santa Clarita’s Newhall Community Center recently received a generous donation of mroe than $4,000 worth of top of the line brand name soccer shoes on behalf of Planet Soccer, a retail establishment in downtown Newhall.

Carlos Marroquin, owner of Planet Soccer, made the donation to benefit the underprivileged youth who participate in the Newhall Community Center’s soccer program. The Center’s soccer program serves over 50 high-risk youth ages 13-16.