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Easy Solution To Hard Water Build Up

Lime_on_faucet_PicWho has time after a long day to take apart their appliances and tirelessly scrub away hard water build up?  Santa Clarita residents are all too familiar with hard water and its effects on virtually everything.

Saugus Softball Team Hits 5 Home Runs, Takes Over First Place

khts_sportsThe Saugus softball  team hit five home runs in a 12-5 win over Hart at the Hart PONY Complex. But it was an infield single that ricocheted off of Hart starter Emili Escamilla’s leg that scored the go-ahead run in the fifth inning.

With the game tied 5-5 in the fifth, pinch-hitter Alyssa Rodriguez hit a comebacker up the middle with two outs to score a run and break the tie. Saugus hit three home runs in the third inning to take a 4-3 lead.

May 3 2011: Dodgers Lose To Cubs 4-1

It was a tough night for the Dodgers as they lose to the Cubs Tuesday night. The game was mostly quiet until the bottom of the 6th inning when Matt Kemp singles a line drive which Jamey Carroll scored. The Cubs come back when Carlos Pena hits a home run at the top of the 7th inning which tied the game. The Dodger's pitching fell apart at the top of the 9th inning as the Cubs scored three runs which gave the Cubs the win. Final score was 4-1. Tune in Wednesday May 4th at 11:30am as the Dodgers take on the Cubs here on your hometown station AM-1220, KHTS.

Pot Smoking Break Leads To Foot Pursuit

khts_crimeThree students from West Ranch High School thought they’d drop into a neighbor’s back yard and have a smoke this morning.

Their morning break caused a whole lot of commotion in the neighborhood around the school, near the intersections of Westridge Parkway and Stonegate Drive.

 

Acosta To Be Honored By Elks And Rotary In Tribute Garden

rudyacostaThe Rotary Club of Santa Clarita Valley and Elks Lodge 2379 will be honoring U.S. Army specialist Rudy A. Acosta in dedication ceremonies at the Rotary Garden at the city’s activities center at 11:30, Wednesday May 11. Rudy was killed March 19, fighting for our country and freedom in Afghanistan.

Health Insurance Rate Hike Protection Controversy

cameronsmythA bill that could protect consumers from excessive health insurance rate increases is working its way through the state legislature – but not without controversy.

According to the Insurance Commissioner’s office, in January, Blue Shield of California proposed an 86 percent rate hike for some policy holders. The Los Angeles Times reported that a year earlier, Anthem Blue Cross attempted to raise rates 39 percent for 700,000 customers.

Bobbi Jean Bell Named 17th District Woman Of Year

bobbiandsharonSenator Sharon Runner went looking for a few good women as part of her commitment to raise the profile of women who do extraordinary things for their community. In Santa Clarita, she found OutWest founder Bobbi Jean Bell, naming her as Woman of the Year for this part of Runner’s 17th Senate District.

 

Get Perfectly Shaped Eyebrows Like Celebrities

natalieBy Maya Goodwin Guidry

How to Determine Your Eyebrow Shape

Ever see the perfect eyebrow on a celebrity and experience frustration when the same brow doesn’t look so flattering on you?  Well we have some helpful tips from Shabana of the Brow Shaping Loft in Valencia.

Early Bird Gets The Bookworm

computer_monitor_libraryAttention Book Worms!

You may have been anticipating having to wait until July 1 to get your new City of Santa Clarita library card, but you’re in luck.

The city has scheduled three locations in June where you can get your card early:

Funding Bill Proposed To Continue Support Of Law Enforcement Activities

jeffgorellCalifornia Assembly Bill 168, a bipartisan law enforcement funding bill jointly authored by Castaic-area Assemblyman Jeff Gorell, Assembly Members Cathleen Galgiani (D-Livingston), and Jim Nielson (R-Gerber) continues funding the Local Safety and Protection Account even after the additional vehicle license fee expires on June 30.