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Smoke From San Diego Fire Settles In Santa Clarita

Air conditions channel dark haze into SCV 

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Dodgers Lose Game One To Phillies, 3-2

Game two played at 1pm Friday...

The Los Angeles Dodgers lost the opening game of the NLCS, by a score of 3-2. Game two against the Philadelphia Phillies is Friday at 1pm- tune in on AM-1220, KHTS!

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Antonovich Pushes Rating System For Nursing Homes

System would give visible ratings similar to restaurants.

To ensure the health and well-being of the County’s senior
population, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor
Michael D. Antonovich directing the Department of Public Health to reexamine
the feasibility of a grading system for skilled nursing facilities and convalescent


Fire Weather Watch Issued

Winds expected to gust up to 60 MPH.

A fire weather watch has been issued by the National Weather
Service due to a cold low pressure system that is expected to create gusty and
potentially strong wings across a large portion of Southern and Central
over the next three days.


Carol Lutness Interview Available As Podcast

KHTS talks to candidate for the 38th District Assembly seat. 

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New License Plates To Honor Fallen Soldiers

will unveil memorial plates for families.


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Legislators May Head Back To Sacramento To Address Budget Shortfall

Governor meeting with legislative leaders to find solutions to shortfall in state income, propose cuts to services.

Legislators may be
called back to Sacramento to make more cuts or
find a solution to the state’s budget shortfalls because of the current
economic climate. Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is awaiting response to a
letter sent to Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson asking for federal help to the tune
of $7 billion, but even that loan may not be enough to cover a drop in sales
tax and a rising unemployment rate.

Detectives Hope Public Can ID Burglary Suspects

Three suspects wanted for questioning.

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