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Phase Two Of Federal Stimulus Funding For Schools On Its Way

jackoconnellCalifornia’s kindergarten through 12th grade public schools will receive $213 million in State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) Phase II federal stimulus funding from the U.S. Department of Education according to a statement today from State Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O’Connell. This is the last portion of SFSF funds California is eligible to receive.

COC Art Gallery Exhibits Work Of Paul Conrad


COClogoAs the first exhibition of the fall 2010 semester, the College of the Canyons Art Gallery will feature the works of three-time Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist Paul Conrad.

Regarded as one of the most distinguished political cartoonists in the world, Conrad began his career at The Denver Post in 1950 before moving on to the Los Angeles Times in 1964 where he served as chief editorial cartoonist until 1993.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, August 19, 2010

This weekend in Santa Clarita brought to you by our Friends at Facey Medical Center

Canyon Theatre Guild - Odd Couple
Canyon High Football – Cowboy Nights
Valencia Ice Station – Freeze the Disease
Antelope Valley Fair & Alfalfa Festival
Children’s Dental Health – Family Movie Night Under the Stars
Concerts in the Park – California Transit Authority

Shell Egg Recall Expanded, Other Drug Recalls

khts_recallsA national recall of shell eggs distributed by Wright County Egg has been expanded, as more cases of Salmonella have been reported. Also in today's recall update, appetite suppressants with additives that may cause heart or blood pressure problems and unapproved drugs in erectile dysfunction products.


The Master's College Women's Soccer Team Ranked No. 23 In NAIA Preseason Poll

Team_Pic1The Master’s College women’s soccer team is ranked 23rd in the recently released NAIA preseason poll. It is the highest preseason ranking by the women’s soccer team in school history.

The Master’s College women’s soccer team won the National Christian College Athletic Association championship last year. They were 15-5-2 and were ranked as high as No. 13 in the NAIA poll in 2009.

August 18 2010: Dodgers Lose To Rockies 3-2

The Los Angeles Dodgers lose to the Colorado Rockeis 3-2 in extra innings. The three game series is now even at 1-1. Tune in tomorrow at 6:30 pm as the Dodgers take on the Rockies for game three of three on your Hometown Station AM-1220 KHTS.

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Friday Furloughs For State Workers Back On Books

arnoldschwarzeneggerFurlough Fridays for state workers have been reinstated and they will again be forced to take three days a month off without pay.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger ordered the program, initially implemented in 2009, top begin again after last year’s round of furloughs expired at the end of June. The furloughs are one of several attempts to save money at the state level.

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Child Nearly Drowns In Castaic

A 2-year-old boy was found floating in a jaccuzi Tuesday night in Castaic and has been hospitalized.

The boy was found by his parents in a neighbor's hot tub and was attended to by paramedics.

He was initially taken to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital in critical condition, but was later airlifted to Childrens Hospital Los Angeles, where he remains.

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Patrol Deputies Nab Warrant Suspect In Traffic Stop

khts_crimeTwo deputies on patrol Tuesday afternoon made a routine traffic stop in Newhall and ended up arresting a drug user who had two outstanding warrants.

Deputies Dubin and Jones were patrolling the area of Newhall Avenue and Market Street when they saw a red and white van run a stop sign while turning right.