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Stalled Pickup Not Exactly Hauling Trash

khts_crime_chpOfficers from the California Highway Patrol found more than they bargained for when they stopped to help a disabled pickup truck on the 210 freeway Sunday morning.

Around 12:35 a.m., the CHP officers stopped to help the driver of a 1991 Nissan Frontier truck that was blocking the #2 lane of the eastbound 210 Roxford Street offramp.

Deputy Follows Tracks To Arrest Suspect

khts_crimeAn alert deputy, using basic, primitive techniques, tracked down stolen property and a suspect who probably had something to do with a theft Monday morning in Val Verde.

Sheriff’s Parks Bureau Lt. John Anderson told KHTS that a break-in was reported at the Youth Activity League office in Val Verde Park early this morning. Among the items taken in the burglary were five new Dell computers and a printer.

Family Promise Of SCV Presents Box City To Benefit Homeless

khts_givingbackIn 2009, the William S. Hart School District reported that more than 850 junior high and high school students in our valley were homeless, and the number is rising.

Family Promise of SCV is expecting hundreds to sleep in a cardboard box on September 26 as part of “Cardboard Box City,” an event to raise money and awareness for the cause of homelessness.

Local Veterans Won’t Hit Brakes On Path To Recovery

flagMilitary veterans from Santa Clarita are asking for your support as they raise money for a rehabilitation program that helps their comrades.  

From October 3-9, as part of the Ride 2 Recovery program, local veterans Steven Watanabe and Dan Kaplan will hop on their bicycles and travel hundreds of miles down the Pacific Coast Highway, making stops along the way to greet crowds showing their support.  

Albert Einstein Academy: Formula For Success

thumbs_staff-highangle_0This morning, Santa Clarita’s newest charter school welcomed almost 200 7th,8th, and 9th graders for the start of its 2010-2011 academic year.  The Albert Einstein Academy was approved by the William S. Hart School District in April and school officials have rushed to prepare for the students.

Runner Joins Supreme Effort To Overturn Early Release

georgerunnerSen. George Runner announced that he and other GOP lawmakers, and California district attorneys, police and sheriff, filed a brief Friday in U.S. Supreme Court that seeks to reverse the order of the federal three-judge court requiring early release of some 38,000 California prisoners in order to improve health care provided to inmates.

Sounds Of Journey Bring 14,000 To Central Park

8_28_Concert_WD__0008By Carol Rock

Just like they did last year, the Journey tribute band DSB broke attendance records as they closed the city of Santa Clarita's Concerts In the Park series at Central Park with approximately 14,000 music fans covering the fields and dancing into the dark.

COC Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

coc40thCollege of the Canyons and has been awarded a four-year grant totaling $3 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant establishes the California Regional Consortium for Engineering Advances in Technical Education (CREATE) Renewable Energy Regional Center, and will create and expand courses and workforce training programs to help address the high demand for renewable energy technicians throughout the state.

Willie Mitchell Joins Kings Roster

The Los Angeles Kings have agreed to terms on a two-year contract with unrestricted free agent defenseman Willie Mitchell, Kings President/General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today.

Homa Reaches Quarterfinals Of USGA Amateur Championship

khts_sportsValencia High graduate Max Homa took the reigning U.S. Golf Association’s Amateur champion to the limit, but fell short in the quaterfinals.

Homa, a sophomore at UC Berkeley, lost to Ben An of Fullerton, 1-up, missing a long birdie putt on the 18th hole that would have tied the match at the Chambers Bay course in University Place, Wash.