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Triage Tents Taken In Saugus Warrant Service

KingscresttriagetentsDetermination and good detective work led to the recovery of nearly $200,000 worth of medical supplies this morning from an entrepreneur attempting to sell the items online.




Deputies from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station's J-Team concluded a four week investigation early this morning with the service of a search warrant in the 21000 block of Kingscrest Road in Saugus.

Norstom To Be Honored At Kings Game Saturday

sportskingsMany of Mattias Norstrom’s former Kings teammates will be at Staples Center this Saturday night to help honor the former Kings captain/defenseman as part of “Mattias Norstrom Night” at Staples Center before the Kings host the New Jersey Devils on Saturday, October 30.

Veterans To Celebrate The Opening Of The Veteran's Center At COC


The Rotary Club of the Santa Clarita Valley is inviting all veterans who have served our country since Sept. 11 to join them in the celebration of the opening of the Veteran’s Center at College of the Canyons.

This special event will allow veterans the chance to meet other veterans as well as Rotarians who want to honor their service while also offering support, advice, and assistance to those facing the transition from military to civilian life.

Teachers Get New Online Resources From The State

jackoconnellState Superintendent of Public Instruction Jack O'Connell today announced the launch of CDE on iTunes U, a dedicated area within the iTunes Store (


President Carter Visits St. Genevieve High School

10_25_Carter_WD__0118Jimmy Carter paid a visit to Saint Genevieve High School in the San Fernando Valley on Monday, taking in a performance by the school choir and giving a brief talk on the importance of religion.

COC Alumni Barbecue To Honor Priest, Goldmans

COClogoThe College of the Canyons Foundation and COC Athletics are ‘calling all Cougars’ to take part in the college’s annual Homecoming celebration and pre-game barbecue honoring the college’s 2010 Outstanding Alumni & Friends honorees Marjanne Priest, and Jeri and Carl Goldman.

The College of the Canyons 2010 Homecoming Alumni & Friends Barbecue will take place Saturday, Nov. 6, in the Cougar Den, located adjacent to Cougar Stadium.

Smyth Gets Perfect Score From California Chamber For Voting Record

cameronsmythFor the fourth consecutive year, Assemblyman Cameron Smyth has received a 100% rating from the California Chamber of Commerce for his positions on bills impacting the state’s business community.


Junior High Students Learn Voice Over Techniques, an online voice-over delivery service, has joined forces with program founders Voice Over There for our unique community outreach program directed at junior high and high school students in Southern California.


In cooperation with and KHTS Radio serving the Santa Clarita Valley, Voice Over There is launching a series of workshops in creative voice acting for students.

Wildcat Business Group And Status Not Quo Announce Strategic Technology Alliance

khts_businessnews3Wildcat Consulting Group, a leading provider of IT, Web, and Infrastructure consulting services, has announced a technology alliance with Status Not Quo, a leading provider of strategic technology and management consulting services.  The alliance seeks to enhance technical collaboration between Wildcat and SNQ thus providing a more robust and comprehensive client offering.

Valencia Girls Volleyball Team Moves Into First Place In Foothill League

khts_sportsThe Valencia girls volleyball team took control of the Foothill League standings in a match against Saugus that ended with a marathon fourth game.

Valencia won the first two games of the match against Saugus, but dropped the third. The fourth and final game ended, 31-29, in favor of Valencia.

The win gives Valencia a 6-1 league record. Saugus is tied for second place with West Ranch, each with a 5-2 league marks.