Alerts Button
Podcasts Button
Youtube Button
Traffic Button
ListenLive Button


Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 94 °F
Low: 63 °F


Partly Sunny
Partly Sunny
High: 90 °F
Low: 61 °F


Patchy Fog
Patchy Fog
High: 85 °F
Low: 56 °F

Archived News

2013 Archive
2012 Archive
2011 Archive
2010 Archive
2009 Archive
2008 Archive
2007 Archive
2006 Archive
2005 Archive
2003 Archive

Acton Girl Killed On 14 Freeway Sunday Morning

chplogo_copyA 15-year-old Acton girl was killed Sunday morning when she apparently stepped into the path of oncoming traffic, according to the California Highway Patrol.

At approximately 12:40 a.m., Marc Zuber, 30, of Palmdale, was driving his 2007 Mazda northbound at about 64 miles per hour when Samantha Roche-Dyer, who had been  walking along the right shoulder of the road, intentionally walked out into the roadway directly in the path of Zuber’s car.

Tax Day: No Extended Hours

irs-logo-no-text1In a letter dated 1789 Benjamin Franklin wrote to his friend Jean-Baptiste Leroy, "'In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes."

In the modern era you can add another certainty: long lines at the post office the final day taxes can be filed.

Although midnight is the witching hour for filing today, no local post offices will be extending their hours.

Williams Homes Joins With IHP Capital Partners

khts_businessnews3Santa Clarita-based Williams Homes, Inc. today announced the company has entered into a strategic affiliation with IHP Capital Partners, one of the nation’s largest residential real estate investment firms.  The joint-venture partnership positions Williams Homes with substantial additional capacity to drive the expansion of its homebuilding and development operations throughout southern California.

Million Meal Mission On May Day

millionmealmarathonOn Sunday, May 1, church services at 12 campuses around Santa Clarita will involve some hands-on  service; packing boxes of meals for children in Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Africa.

UPDATED: Many Mourn Passing Of Former Woman Of The Year, Ruth Clark

ruthclarkServices have been announced for community leader Ruth Clark, who died Friday night in Sylmar.

A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. at Eternal Valley Memorial Park. Services will be followed by a lunch reception at the Elks Club on Sierra Highway, where Clark and her late husband, Chuck, were members.


Many are mourning the passing of former Woman of the Year, Ruth Clark.

Antonovich Upset At Federal Reimbursement Shortchange

Antonovich“Shortchanging county taxpayers for the jail costs of criminal illegal aliens illustrates the federal government’s ‘don’t-give-a-damn’ attitude when it comes to reimbursing local governments for illegal immigration,” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich on the passage of Continuing Resolution H.R. 1473.


Kellar Announces Intent To Run For Reelection

bobkellarOn Friday afternoon, Santa Clarita Councilman Bob Kellar declared his intention to run for re-election April 2012.

“It has truly been my honor over the years to serve on the Santa Clarita City Council.  It has been a rewarding experience when we look at all of the improvements made in our City," he said.

Spice, Snack Bars Recalled

khts_recallsThe Food and Drug Administration has advised of two recalls of food products today: ground tumeric sold under the Archer Farms label and chocolatey chip snack bars.



B&M, Inc. of Mount Vernon, Missouri is voluntarily recalling Archer Farms Ground Turmeric sold at Target stores in glass bottles with a net weight of 2.6 oz. (74g), due to elevated levels of lead.

Protecting Your Hair From Heat Damage

Celebrity-Beauty-Supply-PicLets face it women, we are the reason for our bad hair days. All the curling and straightening, and blow-drying; the thermal abuse that we force our hair to endure causes our hair cuticle to become severely damaged.

A Golden Valley First: Riley Sherwood Throws No-Hitter

khts_sportsGolden Valley pitcher Riley Sherwood tossed the first no-hitter in school history, a 16-0 blowout against Littlerock.

The game was called after five innings. Sherwood struck out 11 and walked two.

Chris Galvez was 3-for-3, drove in two runs and scored two runs.

But it was a bit a of a rocky start to the weekend for the Golden Valley baseball team. The Grizzlies lost to West Ranch, 11-3, on Friday afternoon.