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The Master's College Men's Basketball Eliminated In First Round Of Conference Tournament

khts_sportsThe Master’s College men’s basketball team lost to Concordia, 70-60, and was eliminated in the first round of the Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament.

Anthony Cammon scored a team-high 18 points for The Master’s College. He led four players from The Master’s College in double figures.

The Master’s College finished with a 13-18 overall record.

Transformer Blows Out, Knocks Canyon Country Into Darkness

PowerOutage2UPDATED 2:45 p.m. - Power has been restored to several hundred customers, including the KHTS studios, but approximately 50 customers are still awaiting restoration.

Custodian Kevin Kane, an employee at Sierra Vista Junior High School, received an electrical shock when tree trimming crews dropped a branch causing a power surge that knocked out power to the surrounding neighborhood and businesses.

March 3, 2011 Kings Over Coyotes 1-0

Thursday, the Kings hosted the Phoenix Coyotes at the Staples Center. LA and Phoenix were scoreless through two periods. The winning goal came for the Kings in the third period when Jerret Stoll knocked one in at 12:13. 1 to 0 was the final.


The Kings are among the top eight teams in the West and with tonight's win are now in 5th Place. LA faces the Vancouver Canuks this Saturday. You can hear that game LIVE beginning at 12:30 PM on AM-1220 KHTS!

McKeon Commends House Passage Of 1099 Repeal

buckmckeonThe House of Representatives voted to repeal a provision of the health care reform bill Thursday that forced businesses to submit 1099 tax forms for any individual or business from which they buy more than $600 worth of goods in a year.  

Mayor Takes City Concerns To State High Speed Rail Experts

CaliforniaHighSpeedRailCity representatives participated in this morning's meeting of the California High Speed Rail Authority in downtown Los Angeles, expressing concerns about the potential adverse effects the high speed system could have on our community.


Mayor Marsha McLean, who has made a name for herself as a transportation advocate, addressed the group on behalf of the City Council:

Dryer Fire Calls Out Firefighters

khts_fireengine5UPDATED: Fire out, location clear at 9:17 a.m.

Los Angeles County Fire is on scene of a dryer fire in the garage at 19225 Newhouse Street in Canyon Country.



According to dispatch, a call reporting smoke coming from the garage was received at 8:25 a.m. and units were at the location at 8:32.


Senator Runner Gets Committee Appointments

RunnerSharon1Newly-elected Senator Sharon Runner was unanimously appointed by her colleagues to serve on the Appropriations, Veterans, Labor & Industrial Relations and Education Committees today.

A life-long proponent of education, Runner will serve as the lead Republican as Vice Chair on the Senate Education Committee.


Deputies Break Up Two Dog Fighting Operations In Antelope Valley

fightingchainsAn alleged dog fighting training operation at a Lake Los Angeles home was shut down Wednesday by sheriff’s deputies, and a couple was arrested for training dogs to fight, as well as for possession of cocaine. Their four children were taken into protective custody and 17 pit bull dogs were recovered by animal control officers.


Healthy Bones And Why You Need Vitamin D

By Pat News, RNC, NP, MSN

The body is made up of over 200 bones and it is this framework, or skeleton, that supports and gives shape to the body while it protects the vital organs.  Contrary to a common misconception, bone is a living substance.  In fact, bone is one of the most active tissues in the body.  By a process known as remodeling, bone is constantly being broken down and rebuilt.

COC Women's Basketball Team Upsets No. 2 San Bernardino Valley College

khts_sportsThe College of the Canyons women’s basketball team upset second-seeded San Bernardino Valley College, 69-67, in the California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Regional.

Dominique Turner scored the winning basket with four seconds left in the game. She nearly had a triple double in the game with 15 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists.