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UPDATED: Suspected Human Remains Found In Placerita Canyon Are Canine Bones

khts_crime_genericUPDATED 10 a.m. Friday

A set of bones initially thought to be human turned out to be canine skeletal remains.

The bones were found Thursday afternoon in the open space area of Walker Ranch.

According to Lt. Robert Lewis of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s station, city workers doing some cleanup near the entrance to the ranch were attempting to remove a piece of carpeting embedded in the mud.

Sierra Vista Gets A Taste Of Japan

Team_Ceremony2In an ongoing effort to enliven the subject matter taught in history classes, Sierra Vista Junior High School hosted an authentic Japanese tea ceremony on Friday.  

The event was part of the school’s monthly “Brown Bag Presentations,” where students are encouraged, often with the incentive of extra credit, to attend topical events that enrich their curriculum.  

D.A. Warns Of Public Safety Danger Under Proposed State Budget Prison Proposal

cooleysteveSaying it would “wreak havoc” in the criminal justice system, District Attorney Steve Cooley warned today that a state budget proposal to transfer thousands of convicted felons and parolees to county custody and supervision threatens the safety of citizens.

Diet Supplement Recalled For Undeclared Drug

khts_recallsShaping Beauty, Inc. has been informed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that a weight loss dietary supplement sold and marketed by the firm contain an undeclared drug ingredient. FDA lab analyses of dietary supplements distributed by the company were found to contain undeclared Sibutramine used as an appetite suppressant for weight loss.

COC Baseball Team Wins Season Opener

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons baseball team won its season opener, 2-0, over El Camino College.

COC starter Troy Neiman went six innings, gave up only three hits and struck out eight.

Cal Vogelsang and Jeremy Weber each had RBI singles in the first inning.

The Santa Clarita Christian boys soccer team beat Hillcrest Christian, 5-0, behind two goals from Christian Broadbent.

Two Hospitalized After Collision With Red Light Runner

khts_crimeA mother and son are in the hospital with moderate injuries after being hit by an 18-year old allegedly driving under the influence Wednesday night.



Tyler Gonzales, whose blood alcohol level was allegedly .20, more than twice the legal limit, was traveling westbound on Soledad Canyon Road  around 10:30 p.m. when he ran the red light at Valley Center Drive and struck a vehicle carrying the mother and son.

Stuntwoman Injured In Early Morning Movie Shoot

khts_crime_genericUPDATED 3:03 p.m.

Noted stuntwoman Lisa Hoyle was sent to the hospital with critical injuries after a vehicle backed over her and her head hit the ground during a movie shoot in the Industrial Center.



Chamber Luncheon Gives Business Owners Hope, Resources

scv-chamber-seal-low-resA low unemployment rate and a strong safety net of resources were the message taken away from the SCV Chamber of Commerce’s quarterly luncheon, held Thursday at the Hyatt Regency in Valencia.



Tip-A-Cop, Polar Plunge, Dodgeball Tournament To Benefit Special Olympics

khts_givingbackFootball season might be coming to a close, but thankfully the Santa Clarita Valley Region for Special Olympics Southern California has the right schedule to keep you busy.

Eternal Valley Collects 500 Hats For Children's Cancer Charity

khts_inthecommunityKnitting hands were busy at the SCV Senior Center, making 200 hats for families served by the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children’s Cancer.

The hats were included in the second annual Holiday Hat Drive conducted by Eternal Valley Memorial Park.

In the last two years, Eternal Valley has collected more than 1,200 hats from residents, community groups and businesses and donated them to the foundation for distribution.