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Runner Says California Taxes Too High

georgerunnerBoard of Equalization Member Senator George Runner today responded to an announcement by the Tax Foundation that California won't reach Tax Freedom Day until April 16 this year, a full two days later than last year and four days later than the average state.

 

Protein Powder, Drinks, Recalled For Possible Salmonella Contamination

khts_recallsNutrition Express of Torrance, CA is voluntarily recalling specific products containing whey protein isolate sourced from one supplier 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.

West Ranch Boys Golf Team Wins At Robinson Ranch

khts_sportsThe West Ranch boys golf team won the rain-delayed Foothill League opener at the Robinson Ranch Mountain Course by 21 strokes over Valencia and Saugus.

Senior JJ Holen shot a 3-under par 68 to pace West Ranch for the low round of the match. Teammate CJ Espino came in at 2-under par 69.

Saugus senior Andrew Moore shot a team-best 2-over par 73. Zack Leonard was 4-over par at 75 for Saugus.

March 29 2011: Kings Beat Oilers 2-0!

The Kings had an easy time of it tonight in Edmonton. The Oilers just never put it together.

Final Score: Los Angeles Kings-2, Edmonton Oilers-0

Please join us Thursday, March 31 at 6:30PM as the Kings remain in Canada and are hosted by the Vancouver Canucks, right here on AM1220 KHTS!

Something Old, Something New: Embracing Eco-Friendly Fashion

labelsMar2Recycled, upcycled, vintage, pre-loved. Whatever you call it, secondhand clothing saves us money and is good for the planet.

When we donate our clothing to secondhand shops, we give others the opportunity to find fashion in our unwanted items but we also keep the clothing from filling up our landfills. Just how does recycling clothing affect our environment? Can throwing clothing in the trash make that much of an environmental dent?

Top Hospitals Close To SCV Patients

khts_healthSanta Clarita residents in need of medical attention are just minutes away from hospitals ranked nationally in excellent service, according to a recent U.S. News and World Report survey.

 

 

Preparedness A Legacy Honoring Fallen Supporter

MortonmemorialfirstaidlitsThe motto of the Boy Scouts of America is “Be Prepared.”  Eagle Scout, 1993 Saugus High School Graduate and Santa Clarita Valley resident, Derek Morton saw firsthand the benefit of being prepared while serving the community as a Santa Monica police officer.

 

 

Art Of Walt LaRue Featured At OutWest Reception Saturday

Walt_LaRue_Cowgirl_CA special exhibition of the art of Walt LaRue, a cowboy legend who captured the spirit of the West with his pen on paper, canvas, newspapers, dinner plates and pretty much any flat surface, will be on display during the month of April at OutWest Western Boutique and Cultural Center in downtown Newhall.

 

 

Providence Helps Local Charities With Grants

khts_inthecommunityThe global economic crisis has taken its toll on our communities and the agencies that serve our neighbors most in need. To help ease suffering and to strengthen the roles these organizations play, Providence Health & Services honored a tradition today that dates back more than a century – outreach to the poor and vulnerable.

SCV Outdoor Report: Ambushed...

1-scvoutdoorreport-logoBy Wendy Langhans

Talk about being saved by a whisker.  I came this close to being ambushed last weekend at Towsley Canyon.  No, it wasn’t a mountain lion.  It wasn’t even an irate hiker.  It was....(cue dramatic music).... a SPIDER!