Alerts Button
Podcasts Button
Youtube Button
Traffic Button
ListenLive Button


High: 98 °F
Low: 67 °F


High: 97 °F
Low: 64 °F


Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 93 °F
Low: 63 °F

Archived News

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

Economic Pause That Doesn't Refresh

LAEDCCoca-cola used to refer to drinking their beverage as “The pause that refreshes.”

Dr. Nancy Sidhu, Chief Economist for the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation, says economic numbers for July indicate a “pause”, and it’s hardly refreshing.

“The recovery paused to take a break. I’m not sure what August will bring. Certainly (in) August there’s been a lot of fireworks in the financial markets and that suggests that there could be another pause,” Sidhu said.

Testimonies May Prove Murder Convict Is Innocent

khts_crimeWith the help of the California Innocence project and some surprising testimonies, Edward Contreras is fighting to prove his innocence after having been convicted of the murder of Freddy Walker in 1997.

Santa Clarita Kids Speaking Chinese

SCV_Chinese_schoolMany children in Santa Clarita are already speaking what some believe to be the language of the future – Chinese.

Vice-President Joe Biden visited China today to calm their nerves after Standard & Poor reduced the U.S. credit rating from AAA to AA+.

China believes they have a right to be concerned since they are the biggest, single foreign creditor to the U.S. with $1.17 in holdings.

Mission Valley Bank Gives Back To Celebrate Their Anniversary

MVBFoodPantryPhoto by Mitch Wu

Ten Santa Clarita Valley nonprofit groups received donations of $1,000 each from Mission Valley Bank in celebration of their 10th anniversary. Checks were presented during a SCV Chamber of Commerce mixer August 17.



Boy Scouts Name Leaders Of Character To Be Honored September 17

scoutgroup819Honorees for the sixth annual Santa Clarita Valley Leaders of Character sponsored by the Boy Scouts of America have been named.

Scheduled to be feted at a gala dinner September 17 are three couples of note; Kerry and Kristie Carmody, Don and Cheri Fleming and Santa Clarita Councilwoman Laurene Weste and Jim McCarthy.

Birthday Party For The Child And Family Center

Child_family_centerThe Child & Family Center is celebrating 35 years of service to the Santa Clarita community this year.  In celebration of its work, the Center is holding a 35th birthday party September 9 from 6:35-8:35 p.m. in its education building.

Make A Dramatic Change To Your Patio With Tile

File:Tiles 8.jpgOvergrown grass, splotchy stained concrete or just plain dirt can take away from your desired backyard scene. A unique solution to create an entertainment oasis is outdoor tile.

Though tile is usually thought of as an indoor adornment, there are many different styles and types that can be used outside to add flair to your yard.

Daniel De La Torre Wins Final Race Of COC Cross Country Series

khts_sportsDaniel De La Torre won the final race of the College of the Canyons cross country series. The 16-year-old finished ahead of Ryan Vargas in the men’s race.

Nancy James-Klinger won the women’s race. She was followed by Elaine Woodward in second.

The College of the Canyons cross country series attracted record number of runners to each race. More than 500 runners entered each event.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, August 17, 2011

This weekend in Santa Clarita is brought to you by our friends at Valencia Auto Center

Elkins Ranch Golf-Swing Into Summer Continues
The Sanctuary Blood Drive
Antelope Valley Fair
Concerts in the Park
Jazz & Blues
Old Town Newhall-SENSES
And More…YOUth Sports Fest and GVHS Band Fundraiser

Peeples Place at KHTS, Aug. 19, 2011

Back to the Peeples Place at KHTS portal.

Stephen K. Peeples here, and you’ve careened onto Peeples Place at KHTS!