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July 24 2010: Dodgers Beat Mets 3-2

The Los Angeles Dodgers beat the New York Mets 3-2. A walk-off homerun by James Loney sealed the deal in the 13th inning. Tune in tomorrow at 12:30 pm, as the Dodgers face the Mets in game 4 of 4, on your Hometown Station KHTS AM-1220.

COC Partners With UCLA For Fitness Curriculum

COClogoBeginning in fall 2010, College of the Canyons will partner with UCLA Extension to offer a certificate program in Fitness Instruction at the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center.

July 23 2010: Dodgers Lose To Mets 6-1

The Dodgers put up a good fight till the eighth inning when everything just seemed to fall apart for them. They began to build speed but got cut off after one run. The Mets had a solid defense all game and walked away with six to the Dodgers one. Tune in tomorrow afternoon at 12:30pm as the Dodgers try for some payback against the Mets, Right here on your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS!

 

Brush Fire Burned Seven Acres Near Escondido Canyon

khts_fireenginefrontUPDATED 4:30 p.m. Friday

The fire has been contained and firefighters are doing a mop up. Traffic will be restricted in the area while hot spots are doused.

A brush fire near Hubbard and Escondido Canyon Roads in Agua Dulce that broke out shortly before 3 p.m. has burned seven acres, threatening structures and causing the Los Angeles County Fire Department to issue a second alarm response.

 

Castaic Lake Lifeguards Recall Accidents, Promote Boating Safety

7_22_BoatSafty_WD__0031With Southern California temperatures pushing 100 degrees daily, the desire to seek refuge in anything cool has never been greater. 

One of the destinations offering this type of sanctuary is Castaic Lake. With the number of visitors increasing as summer rolls along, the need for safety education is imperative in crowded waters.  

Brush Fire In LaSalle Canyon

7_23_Fire_WD__0118UPDATED 3:30  p.m. Friday

A brush fire that burned nearly 20 acres near the Newhall Pass and snarled traffic well into evening rush hour is out, after quick action by firefighters on the ground and in the air.

KHTS Host Shelley Lee Hospitalized

Shelly_In_Hospital_0002During the KHTS afternoon drive broadcast on Wednesday, host Shelley Lee experienced sharp chest pains and was taken by ambulance to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in Santa Clarita.

Lee was in the middle of a call-in interview when the pains began and, incredibly, finished the segment. When her jaw locked and her throat constricted, she yelled for help.

COC Establishes New Partnership With The American College

COClogoCollege of the Canyons officials have established a new educational partnership with the American College to begin offering a variety of financial planning certificate programs at the Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook University Center this fall.

Redheaded Orphan Offers Sunny Outlook: 'Annie' Takes Stage At COC

Annie_Warbucks_smallIf you're feeling a little down, there's a perky redhead ready to sing your blues away, as the Santa Clarita Regional Theater presents "Annie" at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons, opening Saturday night and playing for four weekends.

 

Daniel Schorr, Last Of Edward R. Murrow's News Team, Dies At 93

By Alan Duke, CNNdanielschorrobit

Veteran broadcast journalist Daniel Schorr died at a Washington hospital Friday morning, according to National Public Radio. Schorr was 93.

Schorr, who began as a foreign newspaper correspondent in 1946, helped launch CNN as its senior Washington correspondent in 1980 after two decades with CBS.

NPR, which Schorr joined as senior news analyst in 1985, said he died peacefully after a short illness.