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Conviction Appeal Draws To A Close

khts_crime_genericEdward Contreras, convicted of the murder of Freddy Walker in 1997, is fighting to prove his innocence with the help of the California Innocence Project.  This week, the final testimonies have been given and the end may be in sight.

Veterans Benefit From October 15 American Dream Walk

scv_homes_for_heroesSanta Clarita residents are invited to put on their walking shoes and dream of a better life for American veterans.


The 3rd annual American Dream Walk, hosted by the Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys, will be held on Saturday October 15, starting at Pacoima Plaza,13500 Paxton Street in Pacoima.

Boxer, LaHood Hope They Get What You Pay-for

Ray_LaHood_official_DOT_portraitCalifornia Senator Barbara Boxer and U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood went on the stump today to rally public support behind President Barack Obama’s American Jobs Act -- particularly the transportation and infrastructure portion.

Saugus Man Subject Of Federal Indictment For Fraudulent Aircraft Repair

FBI.logoA Saugus man is among six defendants charged with conspiracy and fraud involving aircraft parts in interstate commerce, and mail fraud, by a federal grand jury.



Romaine Lettuce Recalled Due To Possible Listeria Contamination

RECALLromainelettuceTrue Leaf Farms is expanding its voluntary recall of romaine to include 2,498 cartons of chopped or shredded romaine because of the potential of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.



The initial recalled product was shipped between September 12 and 13 to a retail food service distributor in Oregon who further distributed it to at least two additional states, Washington and Idaho.

Lancaster Woman Given Probation For Animal Cruelty

khts_crime_genericA 46-year-old Lancaster woman plead no contest to Felony Animal Cruelty charges in Lancaster Superior Court following a disturbing case of animal neglect that resulted in her dog being dragged behind her pickup truck for more than 2 miles. She was sentenced Monday in Lancaster Superior Court. The incident occurred on July 28 at about 9:45 a.m. in the city of Lancaster.

Undefeated West Ranch Football Team Travels To Play Unbeaten St. Francis

khts_sportsIt’s Friday night football in the Santa Clarita Valley.

West Ranch takes its undefeated record on the road to face an unbeaten St. Francis team coached by Hart High grad Jim Bonds.

West Ranch has won its first four games of the season and is coming off a 28-25 win over Silverado.

St. Francis is 3-0 and beat Venice, 27-17, last week. It should be a good one.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, September 28, 2011

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

Bras For A Cause-Denim & Diamond Hoe Down
Sheriff’s Chili Cook-Off
Lombardi Ranch-Scarecrow Contest
Lancaster Performing Arts
Family Promise-Box City
SCAA-Art Show Reception
Mixer’s Restaurant-Oktoberfest
And More…

Peeples Place at KHTS, Sept. 30, 2011

Back to the Peeples Place at KHTS portal.

Stephen K. Peeples here, and you’ve landed on Peeples Place at KHTS! peeples_khts_04_2

It Is All In The Details

800px-Royal_Museum_for_Central_Africa_Hall_Floor_Mosaics_Detail_2If you are looking to give a unique look to your kitchen or bath, you may want to look into installing a mosaic.

Mosaic is the art of creating a picture or design through using smaller glass, stone or ceramic tiles. Usually the tiles will be cubic in nature and are frequently arranged in a multicolor design.