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Five Horses Available At Castaic Shelter For Adoption

orphanhorse1Five horses are among the animals up for adoption at the Castaic Animal Shelter on Charlie Canyon Road.

The five were confiscated from a location out of the Santa Clarita Valley area, and need new homes and some tender loving care to bring them back to perfect health.

 

The horses have been seen by veterinarians and the farrier, who were concerned at the animals’ underweight condition (each came to the shelter about 100 pounds light).

Democrats To Meet, Elect Delegates For Convention

flagThe California Democratic Party is convening Assembly District Meetings (ADEM) to select delegates in each of the state's 80 Assembly Districts this Saturday and Sunday. Local Democrats who were involved in the 2010 campaign are invited to help select delegates at 2 p.m. Saturday at a meeting in Spurling Hall at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church

Green Hornet A Great Way To Kick Off 2011

the-green-hornet-movie-poster1by Chauncey Telese

Happy New Year Everyone! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and are having a great start to your 2011. A few things before I get to this week’s film:

Valencia Girls Basketball Team Rallies Past Beverly Hills

khts_sportsThe Valencia girls basketball team rallied in the fourth quarter and beat visiting Beverly Hills, 42-36, in a non-league game last night.

Valencia’s Kalia Summerlin scored 11 of her 13 points in the fourth quarter. Down by six points to start the fourth quarter, Valencia outscored Beverly Hills, 17-5, in the final period to pull out the win.

Detectives Seek Public's Help In Finding Sexual Predators Preying On Special Needs Women

khts_crimeDetectives are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying at least four male suspects (pictured below) who are suspected of being involved in the sexual assaults of at least ten women who appear to be severely disabled.

 

HOPSports Announces Plans To Hold Healthy Living Conference In Santa Clarita

10_1_SierraVista__0091A new program emphasizing healthy living and global involvement has chosen Santa Clarita as the site of its first ever GlobalCAL50 Forum Oct. 5-8. The program is administered by HOPSports, an award-winning educational media network, content library and production company focused on reviving physical education programs in schools and community venues, whose corporate offices are located in Santa Clarita.

 

 

January 6, 2010 King Lose To Nashville 5-2

Thursday, the Los Angeles Kings faced the Nashville Predators at the Staples Center. The Kings and Predators were all tied up 2-2 in the 2nd period. Nashiville scored an additional goal in the pediod and two more in the 3rd to secure their win over the Kings. 5 to 2 was the final. The Kings have a four game losing streak.

 

Saturday, the kings face the Columbus Blue Jackets. You can catch the game LIVE on AM-1220 KHTS beginning at 7PM!

CNN - Defense Budget Cuts Proposed

newBuckCNN News - Defense Secretary Robert Gates staged a pre-emptive attack Thursday in Washington's looming budget battles, announcing cuts of $78 billion to the U.S. military and defense department, including reducing the size of the Army and Marine Corps.

Living Faith Lutheran Provides A Place For All To Worship

livingfaithOn Sunday, Living Faith Lutheran Church will welcome Reverend Pam Challis as pastor in their congregation. The church is also inviting the community to show Living Faith support for breaking away from their church in order to accommodate the faith needs of members of the gay and lesbian community.

State School Chief Declares State Of Emergency In Education

tt-smallState Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson declared a state of financial emergency in California’s schools today, launching a department-wide review and urging Californians to come to the aid of schools across the state.