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Dodger Great Willie Davis Found Dead



According to USA Today, former Los Angeles Dodgers centerfielder Willie Davis has been found dead in his home.


The Dodger legend, who was 69 years old, had an illustrious career with the club, playing centerfield from 1960 through 1973. He was a career .280 hitter and was deadly on the base path, stealing 398 bases over 18 seasons.


Ready Or Not, Baseball Is Back

sportsdodgersHow will the Dodgers look this year?


With El Nino waning, the Super Bowl fading in memory and the hillsides in Santa Clarita turning greener, it can only mean that spring is fast approaching. With it, comes a new baseball season, one that carries high hopes for Dodger fans.


Tour The St. Francis Dam With An Expert

The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society will host a tour of the St. Francis Dam Disaster site in San Francisquito Canyon on March 13 to mark the anniversary of the disaster.

The dam break is the second-worst natural disaster in the state of California. The failure of the St. Francis Dam on March 12, 1928 killed more than 450 people, leveled farms and homesteads, destroyed property and livestock, and changed the way dam safety was addressed.

Antonovich Details Welfare Cost For Children Of Illegal Immigrants

Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has released figures from the Department of Public Social Services showing that illegal aliens' children born in the United States collected over $50 million in welfare benefits (CALWORKS & food stamps) for the month of January.

Saugus Baseball Team Crushes Verdugo Hills, 15-4

sportslocalThe Saugus baseball team pounded Verdugo Hills, 15-4, in the Southern California Invitational.

Nick Lombardi had a huge day, hitting two home runs and driving in six runs. Michael Soucy hit a home run and had two RBIs and Scott Kerrigan earned the win on the mound.

Next up for Saugus is Newbury Park on Wednesday.

The Canyon baseball team lost to Chatsworth, 8-1, in the Easton Tournament. Patrick Roxbury hit a solo home run for Canyon's only run.

Kings Shut Out Columbus, 6-0

The Los Angeles Kings blanked the Columbus Blue Jackets Monday night, by a final score of 6-0. Our next Kings game is Wednesday at 5pm- on AM-1220 KHTS!

Santa Clarita Man Faces Charges In Credit Card Skimming Case

Cesar Vasquez Echeverria, a 28 year-old Santa Clarita man, has been charged with conspiracy and multiple counts of identity theft, grand theft and computer access fraud.

Echeverria is one of three men believed to be part of a ring of thieves who allegedly installed skimming devices at gas stations on computerized pay pumps. The devices are used to intercept and store credit card information and PIN numbers from unsuspecting customers. The skimming reportedly took place at locations across Los Angeles County.

Lights Out For Hart High, Students Get A Surprise Day Off

Updated 4:00 p.m.

It's not often that a power outage can make someone's day, however it seems to have done just that for students at Hart High School. The William S. Hart School District reports that the Hart campus suffered a major power outage early Sunday morning, from which they were not able to fully recover.

As a result, the Hart campus had to remain closed Monday, giving students an unexpected day off.

Runner Wins Republican Group's Support In Equalization Bid

georgerunnerOur State Senator George Runner has won a big endorsement in his bid to win a seat on the Board of Equalization. The California Republican Assembly (CRA), a statewide conservative organization, has officially endorsed Runner for the 2nd district seat.

To garner the endorsement Runner beat out opponents Alan Nakanishi and Barbara Alby, who have both served as legislators from northern California.