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Art The Next Step In Old Town Newhall

artA new event for the area could boost visitors and the interest factor.

Starting September 17, Old Town Newhall will be the place for "Third Thursdays," a free art walk and celebration of the downtown area.

The art walk will be held on Main Street between Market Street and Sixth Street and from 5-9 p.m.

Providence Prepares For Flu Season

H1N1 strain expected to increase numberskhts_health


Most of us are having trouble believing summer is almost gone, but for health care professionals, winter is already right around the corner.  Physicians, infection control specialists, and nurses met this week at Providence Holy Cross and other Providence Medical Centers to discuss preparations for the winter flu season, which is expected to bring more patients than usual because of the new H1N1 flu strain. 

COC Tries Its Hand At Social Networking

COCA new step for the college combines popular internet sites and giveaways.

In celebration of their 40th anniversary College of the Canyons has started the 40 Ways To Change Your Life at COC contest.

The contest starts this week and will run for the next 40 weeks.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, August 20, 2009

This Weekend in Santa Clarita, brought to you by our friends at Facey Medical Group.

The Cowgirls
Lexus Jazz And Blues Concert
Concerts In The Park
"Cinderella: A Dream Come True"
"60 Minutes With An Artist"

Hornaday's NASCAR Truck Series Winning Streak Comes To An End

hornaday-bristol-khtsRon Hornaday Jr.'s winning streak is over. The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver was looking to win his sixth straight race last night at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee. He came up a couple spots short of extending his record streak, coming in third.

California's Water Problem For Dummies

khts_waterfaucetA quick look at California's number one issue.


When you think of California you might think of our most pressing issues. Depending on your mindset those might include the recurring budget deficits, government waste, taxes, bureaucracy, environmental concerns, development, roads, or all of the above.


California's number one problem, however, is water. We don't have a lot of it.

August 19th: Dodgers Lose To Cardinals 3-2

On Wednesday, the Dodgers lost game three - wrapping up their series with St. Louis at Dodgers Stadium. 3 to 2 was the final.


Thursday, LA welcomes the Cubs for four games. Catch game one LIVE on AM-1220 KHTS beginning at 6:30 PM!

Frozen Mac And Cheese Recalled


Some frozen macaroni and cheese dinners sold in the frozen food section of Albertsons and Lucky Stores have been recalled due to the possibility of contamination.

Supervalu Inc. is voluntarily recalling frozen Culinary CircleTM Gourmet Macaroni and Cheese products because they may have the potential to be contaminated with listeria monocytogenes.


All In For Youth

Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project holds poker fundraiser

On Saturday, September 12, the Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project is holding the Third Annual Texas Hold 'Em Not Hassle 'Em Poker Tournament at the TPC Valencia.  Winners of the tournament will receive trips, airline tickets, and gift certificates.

Along with playing poker, guests will also have the opportunity to participate in a silent auction and bid on VIP tickets to Jimmy Kimmel LIVE, movie baskets, sporting events, and autographed posters.

CalArts Is Among The "Best In The West"

The Princeton Review releases top picks for 2010


The California Institute of the Arts is among the best colleges and universities in the West according to The Princeton Review. The education services company recommended CalArts in its "Best in the West" list as part of its web feature 2010 Best Colleges: Region by Region. In the profile, The Princeton Review describes CalArts as having "a reputation of intensely training young artists to become working professionals."