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Juvenile Arrested For Saugus High Vandalism

khts_crime_generic 16-year old male was arrested Tuesday night on suspicion of vandalizing Saugus High School over the weekend.



Sheriff’s officials said that the juvenile had been identified from security tapes obtained from the school after several windows had been shot out with a pellet gun. Because he is a juvenile, his name was not released.

Free Community Disposal Event At COC Saturday

shredded-paperWith spring comes that urge to clean our closets, offices and bathrooms. The City of Santa Clarita and the LA County Sheriff’s Department is holding a community shredding, e-waste and prescription drug disposal event that will take much of the resulting refuse off your hands in a safe manner.


Memorial Day At Eternal Valley Honors Veterans

Memorial_Day_FlagsPatriotic songs and a Condor Squadron flyover will be just two of the events that celebrate, honors, and remember those who served this Memorial Day.

Eternal Valley Memorial Park in Newhall will be holding their 23rd Annual Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 30, at 10:00 a.m. at Eternal Valley Memorial Park, 23287 N. Sierra Hwy.

Boxer Encourages Passage Of Nationwide Communication Network For First Responders

barbaraboxerU.S. Senator Barbara Boxer joined Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John D. (Jay) Rockefeller (D-WV) along with Senators Charles Schumer (D-NY), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) to call for the passage of legislation to provide America’s first responders with a nationwide interoperable communications network before the tenth anniversary of 9/11.



Boxer Speaks Against Taxpayer Subsidies Of Big Oil

barbaraboxerU.S. Senator Barbara Boxer spoke on the Senate floor Tuesday to support the Close Big Oil Tax Loopholes Act, which would eliminate $21 billion a year in taxpayer subsidies to Exxon Mobil, BP, Conoco Phillips, Shell and Chevron over the next decade.  The Senate voted 52-48 against proceeding to consideration of the legislation.


Jazz And Blues Return To Town Center Drive

jazznotesMark your summer calendars for Keyes Lexus of Valencia’s Jazz & Blues live concert series beginning Friday, June 10.  For the 13th consecutive year, bands will entertain audiences on Town Center Drive in Valencia in a quaint street party setting offering food, beverages, and interactive activities for adults and children.  Concerts will be held from 7-9:30 p.m. on Friday nights through August 26.

West Ranch Baseball Team Eliminated From CIF Playoffs

khts_sportsThe West Ranch baseball team lost to El Modena, 5-3, and was eliminated from the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs.

El Modena jumped out to a 3-0 lead after two innings. But West Ranch cut the lead, 3-2, in the fourth inning. Josh Heinz drove in the first run with a sacrifice fly and Aaron Watkins knocked in JC Cloney with a single.

El Modena tacked on two insurance runs the fifth inning before West Ranch mounted a seventh-inning rally.

May 17 2011: Dodgers Shutout Brewers 3-0

The Dodgers hang on & shutout the Brewers Tuesday night. Matt Kemp hits a 2 run home run at the bottom of the 1st inning putting the Dodgers up by 2 runs. Then Jerry Sands hits a double at the bottom of the 8th inning which Juan Uribe was able to score. An outstanding pitching performance by Hiroki Kuroda kept the Brewers scoreless and also kept the Dodgers in the game. The final score was 3-0. Tune in Wednesday May 18 at 6:30pm as the Dodgers take on the Giants here on your hometown station AM-1220, KHTS.

UPDATED: Edison Fixing Equipment, Powers Down Valencia High

khts_breakingnews2UPDATED: 2:55 p.m. Tuesday

A power outage to allow Edison crews to repair equipment near Valencia High School is expected to continue until 10 p.m. tonight, according to a spokeswoman.


Robbery Suspect In Follow-Home Incidents Behind Bars

khts_crimeA parolee suspected of following home elderly bank customers and robbing them is behind bars.

Lee Harris Jones, 41, of Lancaster, is being held without bail at Twin Towers jail. Jones is believed to be connected with four separate incidents where he allegedly watched the elderly victims make withdrawals and followed them to their residences.

As the victims got out of their car, the suspect approached them and stole the withdrawal using physical force.