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DISARM Team Nets Several Arrests, $4 Million In Drugs

AntonovichDuring the month of February, D.I.S.A.R.M. Officers confiscated $3.9 million in illegal drugs, 107 weapons – including 48 handguns, 23 assault rifles and 21 rifles/shotguns – and arrested 264 probationers during 1,400 unannounced searches of residences, persons, vehicles, and businesses, announced Mayor Michael D. Antonovich on Tuesday.  

McKeon Comments On Obama's Libya Address

newBuckAfter returning from a Department of Defense fact-finding trip to Alaska, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Howard P. "Buck" McKeon released the following statement on the President's Monday evening address to the nation regarding military operations in Libya.


Dodger Fans Score With Night Train Service

dodgerslogoDodger fans can get on board the Metrolink after a night at the ball park thanks to a new late-night train service announced Monday by Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich. The trains will run after weekday Dodger home games and throughout the regular season.

To get to Dodger Stadium, fans can take regularly scheduled Metrolink trains and use L.A. Metro's Dodger Stadium Express to travel between Union Station and Dodger Stadium.

Prescription Drug Recall Announced By Pfizer Subsidiary Greenstone LLC

khts_recallsGreenstone LLC announced today that it is voluntarily conducting a recall, to the patient level, of medicines with lot number FI0510058-A on the label. This includes Citalopram 10mg Tablets (100-count bottle) and Finasteride 5mg Tablets (90-count bottle), both distributed in the U.S. market.

Two Canyon Girls Earn Spots On All-CIF Basketball Team

khts_sportsThree girls from the Santa Clarita Valley earned spots on the All-CIF Southern Section basketball teams.

Canyon’s Adrianna Dent and Alia McCoy were selected to the Division 2AA team. Santa Clarita Christian’s Taylor Cubas was selected to the Division 6A team.

Two boys from the Santa Clarita Valley earned spots on All-CIF teams.

Backpack Safety Is A Back-To-School Issue

By Dr. Carolyn A. Griffin, D.C.

Concern over children and their backpacks continues to grow.  An article appearing in the September 8, 2003 issue of The Times Herald featured this problem by noting, “Trudging their way around the school campus or to the bus stop, hunched-over kids could be dealing themselves a lifetime of back pain, experts warn.”

Car Theft Suspect Prompts Overhead Search

khts_crime_genericAt approximately 3:00pm near Camp Plenty Road and Nadal Street a grand theft auto suspect was arrested.


Local Mom Develops Phone App To Help Schools

khts_schools_chalkboardWant to help raise money for your child’s school, or help one of his or her favorite teachers fund a special project? Well, now there’s an app for that.  

Frustrated with the lack of supplies inside local classrooms, Tania Mulry set to work on a mobile phone application that could change the way we do fundraising.  

Weekend Gallery Starring You

Another busy weekend in Santa Clarita and KHTS Photographer Samantha Stephenson has been out and about.

COC Students Tackle Digital Literacy With New Computers

COClogoEarlier this month, approximately 50 students from the College of the Canyons Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement program were awarded new laptops as part of California Connects, a statewide program designed to increase digital literacy and broadband access throughout the state’s underserved communities.