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Two In Custody After Canyon Country Pursuit

khts_crimeTwo men are in custody after an early morning chase through a quiet Canyon Country neighborhood.

Lt. Mark Hershey of the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's station said that the pair, who were driving a 2007 Nissan Sentra, were pulled over at 3:48 a.m. by two deputies patrolling on Soledad Canyon Road for a traffic offense.


EDITORIAL: Don't Decide Castaic High Site Tonight


Hart Board should not rush through decision tonight.


The following article represents the opinion of Station Manager Jon Dell, and not necessarily that of KHTS Radio.

We live in a world of decisions. Some are of the daily, redundant variety, others carry more lasting consequences.

November 18th: Kings Lose 3-2

Wednesday, the Kings returned to Los Angeles to face Philadelphia at the Staples. The Kings lost to the Flyers 3 to 2.

On Saturday, the Kings will faceoff against Calgary at Staples. Catch the action LIVE beginning at 12:30PM on AM-1220 KHTS.

Gourmet Snacks On Racks Subject Of Recall

khts_recallsSnacks on Racks, Inc. of Parkville, Missouri is recalling products from their line of Gourmet Snacks Packs because they may contain undeclared milk, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, egg, sulfites or wheat. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk, peanuts, tree nuts, egg, sulfites, soy or wheat run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.

Smyth Comments On Budget Deficit Announced Today

cameronsmythAssemblyman Cameron Smyth issued the following statement today after the Legislative Analyst released a report forecasting a $21 billion budget deficit:

"The fiscal forecast from the Legislative Analyst is incredibly frustrating, but it proves what many of us have said for years - California's budgetary house of cards is collapsing.


KHTS Will Cover All Local Playoff Games

khts_sports1Friday night from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., the KHTS Sports crew will be broadcasting live from five locally important high school football playoff games.

With Jason Galvin hosting from the KHTS studio, listeners will hear live segments from the Valencia/Thousand Oaks, Hart/ Hueneme and Canyon/Moorpark games. Additional coverage of two other playoff games will be broadcast as well.


Local Choir's Carnegie Hall Performance In Jeopardy Due To Funding

A group of students have the opportunity of a lifetime, if they can raise enough money.

Members of the Valencia High School Choir have been invited to perform at the world famous Carnegie Hall in New York. Normally, such an honor is a rarity amongst high schoolers, and the school has jumped at the chance.

While most people in this position would be concerned about the performance, Valencia's choir is stuck on a problem much further up the line; they have no money.

COC Men's Soccer Team Opens Playoffs Against Santa Barbara

sportslocalThe College of the Canyons men's soccer team will begin the California Community College Athletic Association South Regional playoffs against Santa Barbara City College on Saturday.

Awaiting the winner of that game is Rio Hondo, the top-seeded team in the South Regional playoffs.


COC finished with a 12-6-2 record and are the eighth-seeded team in the men's soccer tournament.

State Takes First Step Toward Funding New Courthouse

Funding for a new courthouse for Santa Clarita Superior Court was approved Monday by the State Public Works Board, the first step in getting a replacement facility built for the aging complex on Valencia Boulevard.

The courthouse and annex currently in use were built in 1971 as part of a Los Angeles County complex that includes space for the sheriff, library and public health. The facilities are overcrowded and have numerous security shortfalls, physical problems and deficiencies with accessibility under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

District Attorney Establishes Dog Fighting Tipline

dogfightingLos Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley announced today the launch of a 24-hour tip line and program that will pay residents up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest or conviction of individuals involved in the brutal sport of dog fighting.



Beginning today, residents can call 1-877-NO2FITE and provide information about a dog fighting ring, an upcoming dog fight or an individual who is involved in dog fighting.