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COPS Federal Grant To Boost Deputy Presence

sheriffbadgeThe Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department is working its way back to full-staffing capacity in a critical program, the Community Oriented Policing Services, thanks to a new federal grant.


City Council Round Up: Future Of Redvelopment; Landscape Fees Shift

cc_9_27A state of ambiguity clouds the future of redevelopment districts.

City Attorney Joe Montes described the proposed Voluntary Alternative Redevelopment Program Resolution of Intent a “just in case” item.

Last night the Santa Clarita City Council voted 5-0 to adhere to his prudent advice.


September 28, 2011 Dodgers Beat D-Backs 7-5

Wednesday, the Dodgers finished up their season with game three against the D-Backs. L.A. was able to hang on to win their final game despite a five run ninth inning for Arizona. 7 to 5 was the final.

KHTS wants to congratulate and thank the Los Angeles Dodgers for a great season of baseball and we look forward to bringing you Dodgers baseball next season on AM-1220 KHTS!

County Prisons, Streets To Get More Crowded After Saturday

mikeantonovichA meeting behind closed doors with the Governor didn’t achieve quite what the majority had hoped for, leaving Los Angeles County Supervisors scrambling for a way to deal with a startling number of inmates headed for the county’s prisons and streets on October 1.


SCV Outdoor Report: Green Dracula


By Wendy Langhans

Fresh, ripe, jucy tomatoes.  I’ll bet, if close your eyes right now, you can recall the smell.  Maybe, your mouth is watering just a little bit too.  But we’re not the only living things that are attracted to the scent of ripe tomatoes.  Their smell also attracts certain plants.  Plants?  Yes - specifically - dodder plants.

SCV Fishing Report September 28th: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

FishingReport-SidebarHalibut Hal here with this weeks exciting local fresh and saltwater fishing reports for 1220AM-KHTS:

Charming Local Theatre Productions This Fall

Little_Prince_duoThis fall, the Canyon Theatre Guild is presenting productions for both the whole family and more mature audiences opening this weekend.  Bring your kids to see The Little Prince or be caught in the suspense of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

Rampage To Thunder Into Cougar Stadium November 5

rampageHart High’s award-winning marching band and color guard, Hart Regiment, will host its 28th Annual Hart Rampage Marching Band Field Show Tournament on Saturday, November 5, at College of the Canyons.



More than 30 high school bands from across the state -- including all six Hart District high schools -- are expected to participate in the day-long event, which will be held at Cougar Stadium, located at 26455 Rockwell Canyon Road in Valencia.

Westsiders Asked For Library Input At Third Public Meeting

county_libraryOn Wednesday, October 5, the West Ranch Town Council and the County of Los Angeles Public Library will be holding the third in a series of needs assessment meetings to hear from local community members about a new Stevenson Ranch Library.


Gardening In Shade

If your lawn or yard is not-so-sunny then choosing plants and trees that do well in shade is extremely important. 

You can still have color in shade, bright pink and red impatiens love the shade and add a nice contrast to mostly green plants.

Hostas are another great plant to place in a shaded area as well as dianthus, white alssum and viola. You can have plenty of flowers in shade!