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Gymnastics Unlimited Co-Owner To Coach Special Olympics

Eichman Named Head Coach of Santa Clarita Sharks Gymnastics Squad

Gymnastics Unlimited co-owner Lisa Eichman has been named head coach of the Special Olympics Santa Clarita Valley gymnastics team, which has started practice in preparation for competitions to be held this spring and summer.

Roadtrip Nation Cruises Into Bowman



Busses in front of Bowman High Schools aren't that unusual. Even bright green ones with the graffiti on the inside.

Super Bowl Sunday Means More Deadly Accidents On Roads

khts_crime_chpCHP plans to be vigilant this weekend.

Households and restaurants across Santa Clarita Valley are preparing for a day of football, food, and fun on Super Bowl Sunday, however the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is anticipating the uglier side of the celebration; drunk drivers.

Runner Introduces Blue Alert Legislation

georgerunnerWith the California Peace Officers' Memorial serving as a backdrop, Sen. George Runner held a press conference Thursday to introduce Senate Bill 839, known as "Blue Alert," which would use the existing statewide Amber Alert notification system when a peace officer has been killed, seriously wounded, or assaulted with a firearm and the suspect has fled the scene.



Children Of Illegal Immigrants Cost County Over $500 Million

mikeantonovichSupervisor Michael D. Antonovich released figures from the Department of Public Social Services showing that illegal aliens' children born in the United States collected nearly $570 million in welfare and food stamps in 2009.

Approximately 23% of all CALWORKS and food stamp issuances in Los Angeles County are made to parents who reside in the United States illegally and collect benefits for their native-born children.


College Financial Aid Market Still Humming Despite Larger Economic Condition

As the economic downturn continues to sweep the nation, affecting nearly everyone in sight, leading College Planner Brian Safdari is touting the idea that now is the perfect time to receive unprecedented amounts of financial aid from federal, state and college aid resources.

US Forest Service Needs More Than Firefighters

coc_jobfairFirefighters battling flames maybe the iconic image during raging forest fires but the US Forest Service needs more help. This Saturday the US Forest Service is hosting a job fair at the Little Tujunga Ranger Station in San Fernando to fill posts in wild land firefighting and forest management.


Angeles Crest Highway Closed Until Late March

khts_caltrans4Caltrans has closed Angeles Crest Highway (State Route 2) to repair damage sustained in the Station Fire and the recent mudslides brought on by the rains.

The road will be closed from La Canada-Flintridge to Islip Saddle (junction with Highway 39) and will remain closed to the public until late March.


Santa Clarita Christian Boys Basketball Team Blows Out Milken

sportslocalThe Santa Clarita Christian boys basketball team got 36 points from Davion Cotterell in a 75-48 win over Milken. Cotterell hit five 3-pointers and his team scored 32 points in the third quarter to pull away. Luke Asher scored 10 points for Santa Clarita Christian.

The Santa Clarita Christian girls team lost to Milken, 57-25. Kaitlyn Preheim scored 10 points.


Einstein Denied Charter Status By Hart Board

khts_schools_chalkboardA proposed charter school that would have emphasized the classic languages and arts was turned down by the William S. Hart High School Governing Board Wednesday night due largely to fears that it would be too religious.