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SCV Sheriffs Open Registration For VIDA Youth Program

sheriffbadgeFunded by the City of Santa Clarita and established in February 2006, the award-winning VIDA Program - Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives - is a 16-week program designed to assist "at-risk" youth between the ages of 12 and 17 by redirecting negative behavior into positive alternatives.

COC Men's Basketball Team Becomes A Triple-Digit Threat

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons men’s basketball team reached the century mark for the first time this season and beat LA Valley College, 100-81, for its second win in a row.

Rafael Love scored 25 points on 9-of-12 shooting. Hart High graduate Parker Dominguez scored 18 points and had 12 rebounds.

COC improved to 10-9 overall and 2-1 in Western State Conference play.

January 17 2010: Kings Lose To Stars 2-1

The Los Angeles Kings lose to Dallas Stars 2-1. After scoring early and shutting out the Stars in the 1st period, the Kings gave up two Power Play goals in the 2nd. In the 3rd period the Kings had a chance to tie the game and force overtime with a penalty shot, but the shot by Jack Johnson was saved and the game ended 2-1 with the Stars victorious. Tune in tomorrow at 4:30 pm when the Kings take on the Blues on your Hometown Station KHTS AM-1220.

Annual Sacramento Trip Selling Out Fast

Sacramento_Logo_2011Every spring, a busload of people from Santa Clarita travel north with a lot of questions for Sacramento’s legislators. For two days, they have the attention of both sides of the aisle, hearing some hard, but honest answers from elected officials given permission to be candid, because this group can take it.

Group Prepares To Send Love Note To True Heroes

flagIndividuals in the military and law enforcement make it possible for us to live safely in harmony. Although they are certainly deserving of our appreciation, it may be difficult to find the right outlet to show them.  

Through the annual Hearts for Heroes community event, both children and adults can thank those protecting us in a special way.  

Artists Get Comfortable In Crowded Living Room

proxart_03There’s something telling about setting and art, and not in the sense of whether a painting depicts a countryside, a dimly lit street or a somber bar.  

Homicide Rate Lowest In 45 Years

khts_crime_genericA recently released report says that in 2010, areas patrolled by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department had the fewest homicides since 1972 and the lowest homicide rate since 1965. Overall 2010 crime declined over 2% compared to 2009, and down 18% in past 5 years.


Antonovich Says Welfare Costs To Illegals Exceed $53 Million

mikeantonovichSupervisor Michael D. Antonovich released figures from the Department of Public Social Services showing that in November 2010, $53 million in welfare benefits ($22 million CalWORKs + $31 million in Food Stamps) were issued to parents who reside in the United States illegally and collect benefits for their native-born children in Los Angeles County -- representing an increase of nearly 3 million from November 2009.

Valencia Boys Basketball Team Topples Golden Valley, Campbell Hall

khts_sportsThe Valencia boys basketball team is learning to live and win without Lonnie Jackson, who has missed the past three games with a foot injury.

Valencia had no problem against Golden Valley, winning by 30 points, 63-33. Zach Davis scored a team-high 15 points for Valencia. Troy Hammel, who is playing in place of Jackson, and Max Sommer each scored 13 points for Valencia.

Private Security Officer Assaulted In Hart Park

Okhts_crime_genericn Saturday, a Private Security Officer working for William S. Hart Park was assaulted with a knife after asking a woman to move their car from a “No Parking Zone.”