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Booking Photo Of Sex Crimes Suspect Released

ErnieLloydbookingThe informant who anonymously provided the 100 hours of videos that launched a massive sexual assault investigation, reached out to Sheriff's Special Victims Bureau detectives on Sunday, January 9.  He identified himself to detectives and agreed to meet face to face and discuss the case.  The meeting took place for several hours on Sunday.


Christ Lutheran Taking Second Vote On ELCA Decision

Cross_Sun-burst2A decision by the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America regarding who could serve as ordained clergy caused a local congregation to examine its own expectations.

Deputy Saves Lives Of Three Swimmers At Pyramid Lake

sheriffbadgeA Parks Bureau deputy sheriff working at the Pyramid Lake substation pulled three men from the cold waters of Pyramid Lake Saturday afternoon after their boat sank and the trio was trying to swim to shore.


SCV Dignitaries Benefit Henry Mayo And Carousel Ranch

Wayne_Crawford_and_Mary_Ann_ColfOn Friday, 2010 Man and Woman of the Year honorees Wayne Crawford and Mary Ann Colf donated a total of $2,000 to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital and Carousel Ranch.  

As part of the titles, recipients select charities to receive the proceeds made from the annual ceremony.  

Runner To Kick Off Local Senate Campaign With Meet And Greet Tuesday

RunnerSharon1Former Assemblywoman and State Senate candidate Sharon Runner will host a meet and greet reception from 4:30 to 5:30 Tuesday to kick off her campaign for the 17th District Senate seat vacated by her husband, George.

The reception will be held at the Santa Clarita Republican headquarters at 26523 Carl Boyer Drive, across from Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods.

EDITORIAL-Entertainment Industry Tax Breaks A Viable Support Of California's Economy

cameronsmythBy Assemblyman Cameron Smyth

The California Film and Television Tax Credit has proven to be a wildly successful case of the state working with businesses to keep jobs (and over $2 billion in direct spending) right here in California. But not all critics are impressed.

Wheat Snacks Recalled Due To Salmonella Contamination

khts_recallsLa Placita Botanas Mexicanas, Inc. of South El Monte is recalling Wheat Snacks with Chile, Potato Chips with Chile, and Corn Churritos with Chile because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.

Canyon Grad Brandon Reeves Headed To UTSA For Football

khts_sportsBrandon Reeves, who played on the 2006 CIF state championship football team for Canyon High School, will continue his collegiate career at the University of Texas, San Antonio.

Reeves, a linebacker who has been playing football at LA Pierce College, recorded 175 tackles, 12 for losses, in his sophomore season.

Arrest Made In Residential Care Sexual Assaults Case

khts_crimeA suspect was arrested Saturday evening by Sheriff's Special Victims Bureau detectives in the case involving multiple female victims with severe disabilites (Suspect #1).  A second suspect has been located in state prison (Suspect #4).

On Friday night, Los Angeles Police Department detectives notified sheriff's detectives that they recognized two of the four suspects depicted in the photos and composites.

ChaplinFest Set For February 4 And 5 In Hart Park

Charlie_ChaplinOn February 4 and 5, the William S. Hart Park and Museum, along with the Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society, will commemorate the 75th anniversary of Charlie Chaplin’s classic film, “Modern Times” by hosting the 2011 ChaplinFest in Hart Park.