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Dodgers Win 5-3

On Tuesday the Dodgers beat San Francisco, 5-3.

You can hear the next game live, Wednesday April 29th at 6:30pm, only on KHTS. The Dodgers will face the Giants once again.


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Boydston May Be Eyeing Spot On City Council

The Santa Clarita City Council race may already be heating up, as TimBen Boydston says he is contemplating a run for a four year term.

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McKeon Takes I-5 Fight To Washington


Congressman Buck McKeon is going to bat for transportation in Santa Clarita and Southern California by testifying for federal funding to support infrastructure improvements to Interstate 5.

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Potential Swine Flu Cases Being Investigated In SCV

Tuesday, April 28th at 3:38 p.m.



While there are no confirmed cases of swine flu in the Santa Clarita Valley, Los Angeles County Director of Public Health Dr. Jonathan Fielding has confirmed that health officials are investigating four potential cases of swine flu with local residents.

Student Fight Lands Two In Trouble



Two students of Mission View Charter School got into an altercation that sent one to the hospital and the other to jail Tuesday morning.

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Military Students Right To Wear Uniform Up For State Assembly Vote

California may become the first state in the nation to allow active military troops to graduate wearing the uniforms of their service branch instead of the traditional cap and gown.

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State Investigating Two Groups Of Local Patients For Swine Flu


Wash your hands. Cover your mouth. Sneeze into your crooked elbow instead of on your neighbor. Just a few of the recommendations that local schools are making to students in light of a swine flu pandemic sweeping the globe.

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Alfalfa Sprouts Latest Food To Be Tainted By Salmonella


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that consumers avoid raw alfalfa sprouts, including sprout blends containing alfalfa sprouts, until further notice because the product has been linked to salmonella contamination.

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Weekend Sightings Bear Noting


There’s bears in them thar neighborhoods, according to reports from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s department.



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No Fair, San Fernando Valley Takes A Year Off


Fans hungry for their fix of livestock, cotton candy, beer and sideshow performers will have to travel out of both the Santa Clarita and San Fernando Valleys this year, as the Valley Fair has announced it will take a hiatus in 2009.

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