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Cross Valley Connector Will Open In March


Final bridge will complete eight-year project.

When March comes around, Santa Clarita Valley residents will find themselves with a new way to scurry about town, as the Cross Valley Connector will be fully operational.

KHTS Holiday Guide

santaIf you can't already tell, the holiday season is a month long event. If all that holiday cheer leaves you in a daze, with no clue how celebrate or where to go for fun activities, its ok.  Use this guide to keep your holidays full of cheer and fun.

Whether you're in to mood for an extravagant night on the town or just a simple event it's all here, just sit back, relax and let the KHTS holiday guide lead you.

Henry Mayo Hospital Turns To Backups After Power Outage

Update: Monday 2:30 p.m.

A power outage just after 11:30 Monday morning zapped the juice from roughly 3,200 customers initially, according to Southern California Edison Spokeswoman Anna Frutos-Sanchez.

Included in that initial outage was a portion of the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital campus. The outage prompted a switch to backup energy sources, and the hospital continued to function.


Just a few minutes after the power went out, Edison had redirected the flow to bring many customers back online. However some still remain without power.

Local Man Nears West Point Completion



On September 11, 2001, our nation united in shock as we watched the World Trade Centers collapse.

For 8th Graders throughout the Santa Clarita Valley, 9/11 had a profound effect, one that altered many lives. That following September, well over 100 students enrolled in the Junior ROTC program at Valencia High School, far more than ever before.

Brand-New Panel To Nurture Local Arts Scene

New City Arts Commission schedules first meeting.artpallette

The City of Santa Clarita's newly-appointed Arts Commission will hold its first meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, December 17 in City Hall's Council Chambers. Members of the new Commission will be sworn in before covering a variety of local arts-related topics at the inaugural meeting.


Valencia Marches On In CIF Football Playoffs

sportslocalThe Valencia football team won its second-round playoff game by a comfortable margin, 49-22, over Buena. It was a much different story than Valencia's first-round, one-point win over Thousand Oaks.

Valencia running back Steven Manfro rushed for 99 yards on 13 carries and caught two passes for 109 yards and a touchdown against Buena.


Strongarm Robbery Becomes Domestic Violence


A hot-tempered man faces domestic violence charges after visiting his live-in girlfriend at work.

Joseph Do, 22, of Newhall, is behind bars after he went into the Do-It Center on Valencia Boulevard around 9 a.m. to argue with the woman.


Parsley And Rice Cakes Recalled


A popular garnish and sushi products were both subject to voluntary recalls recommended by the Food and Drug Administration this weekend. Both came from producers/distributors in Southern California.



Caltrans Plans Closures On Southbound I-5

Caltrans will close up to three lanes of the southbound Golden State Freeway (I-5) in the
Santa Clarita area beginning Monday, August 3 and continuing until Friday, August 7.

Closures scheduled are:

Monday, August 3

Antonovich Calls For Reforms To Ease Deficit

In a letter to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger last week, L.A. County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich mikeantonovichoutlined strategies to help California recover from this year's budget crisis.


"As a new $21 billion State deficit looms, I urge you to develop, implement, and support structural reforms to address our immediate crisis and provide a long term solution for future generations," said Antonovich.