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December 11 2010: L.A.Kings Lose In O.T. To Minnesota Wild 3-2

In sudden death overtime The Minnesota Wild took advantage of a power play to defeat the Kings. Final Score: Los Angeles Kings-2, Minnesota Wild-3

Please tune in Monday December 13 at 4:00PM as the Kings face-off against the Detroit Redwings on AM1220 KHTS!

Hospital To Break Down Walls For New NICU

khts_healthConstruction on the first-ever neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital will begin with a “wall busting” celebration on Tuesday afternoon.



Film Festival To Welcome Independent Filmmakers And Fans

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe 6th Annual SCV Film Festival will be held January 7 – 9, providing filmmakers with opportunities to show their work and to come together with an audience to enjoy quality independent films.


This year’s festival will highlight short films produced by independent filmmakers from around the globe, in addition to films by participants of the SCV Film Festival’s Script 2 Screen youth filmmaking programs.

Republican Women's Group To Meet Tuesday

khts_inthecommunityBoard members for 2011 will be installed at the monthly meeting of Santa Clarita Republican Women Federated (SCRWF) at 11 AM on Tuesday, December 14, at IHOP, 24737 Pico Canyon Rd., in Stevenson Ranch. Lunch is $13, and guests are welcome. Official business will be followed by a “Mingle All the Way” party.

Diversity Programs Continue Through The Holiday Season

khts_citymatters_scvlogoThe City of Santa Clarita continues its popular Season of Diversity program, designed to promote cultural understanding in Santa Clarita, in 2011 with events across the City.


At the theatrical presentation “The Whole World’s A-Talkin,” which will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, January 20 at Rio Norte Junior High School, attendees will hear collection of international folktales.

BREAKING NEWS: Deputies, Suspect Injured After Bookstore Burglary Bust

khts_crimeFour deputies received minor injuries during a scuffle as they captured a burglary suspect on Magic Mountain Parkway.

According to Lt. Robert Lewis of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's station, the Barnes and Noble bookstore just a block from the station had suffered significant losses in the last two weeks and had identified two suspects.

Fire Fighting Planes Flying North For The Winter Due To Good Weather

quebecdropThree familiar fire-fighting aircraft are being sent home early this year, thanks to Mother Nature.



“We’ve had an inordinant amount of rain and green grasses are growing,” said Los Angeles County Fire Battalion Chief Steve Martin, who oversees Air Operations/Air and Wildlands Division. “The fire season has passed us as of now.”

Court To Determine Validity Of Library Lawsuit

bookpicOn Monday, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge could throw out a lawsuit filed against the City of Santa Clarita following its decision to withdraw from the County of Los Angeles Public Library.  

The vote, made by City Council in August, will eventually lead to the creation of the Santa Clarita Public Library, which will be staffed and operated by Library Systems and Services, or LSSI, a company that manages municipal libraries.  

Fish Looks Toward An Off-The-Hook Retirement

Judy_FishAfter 11 years at the helm of the Saugus School District, Superintendent Judy Fish is going to work in a little more music, hiking and maybe a return to the classroom herself when she retires in June. She’ll also get to spend more time with her three daughters and five grandchildren, despite an already-packed retirement plan.


UPDATED: Frank Ferry Hospitalized In Critical Condition

frankferryUPDATED 4:45 p.m. Monday

By Christopher Glotfelty and Carol Rock

Although still in critical condition, Santa Clarita City Councilman Frank Ferry is showing signs of improvement after a post-surgical infection put him into the intensive care unit of Providence Holy Cross Hospital.