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County Declares Sept. 11 'Patriot's Day'; Flags To Be Lowered

county_sealLOS ANGELES COUNTY — To pay tribute to the firefighters, police officers, emergency personnel and thousands of other innocent victims who died on Sept. 11, 2001 and to salute our armed forces around the world fighting the war on terror, Los Angeles County has officially declared Sept. 11 as “Patriot’s Day."

County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich has ordered that all flags be lowered to half-staff on all county buildings today.

Feathers For That Perfect Fall Outfit

hair_feather_Pic1The weather is slowly cooling down in preparation for fall in the Santa Clarita valley. In turn, bathing suits and tanning lotion are put away and instead replaced with shorter days and new fall fashion. Mixing fall colors with trendy hair accessories can be a bit challenging.

A Healthy Way To Reduce Your Grocery Bill

You know what they say, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. Well what if you had a whole bushel of apples right in your backyard?

Planting an apple tree is not as hard as it sounds. One of the first steps is selecting a site to plant your tree. Apple trees need direct sunlight and full sun all day for best fruit production.

September 10 2011: Dodgers Beat Giants 3-0

The Giants feared pitching staff were no match for the Dodgers tonight.

Final score: Los Angeles Dodgers-3, San Francisco Giants-0

Tomorrow, Sunday September 11, the Dodgers face the Giants for the third game of this three game series. Tune you radio to AM1220KHTS at 12:30PM for all of the Dodger Baseball action!

September 10 2011: C.O.C. Loses To Mt. San Antonio College 17-10

The Cougars lost a tough one against Mt. SAC.

Final score:

College Of The Canyons Cougars-10

Mount San Antonio College Mounties-17

Caltrans Closures For I-5 and SR-14

Cal_trans_logoThe California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close the lanes and ramps listed below as part of a $161 million improvement project to construct High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV or carpool) lanes and a direct HOV lane connector at the I-5/SR-14 interchange. Closures are subject to change. Detours will be signed.


Golden State Freeway (I-5):

Monday, September 12, through Friday, September 16

Strickland Lauds Passage of Pro-NFL Legislation

tony_stricklandSACRAMENTO -- Sen. Tony Strickland, co-author of Senate Bill 292, released the following statement on the passage of the bill. designed to help the National Football League bring a team to Los Angeles:

“This legislation is a no-brainer. It will help to ensure we bring jobs to hardworking Californians and bring much-needed revenue to Southern California,” Sen. Strickland said.

Buying Indoor Shutters On A Budget

Interior-Shutters_Pic1Everyone wants to add that extra special touch, like custom made shutters, to their home without breaking the bank. While there is great value in installing custom made interior window shutters, they can come at a high price.

September 9, 2011: High School Football Scores

Tonight, KHTS kicked off its local high school football broadcast season. Tonight's game of the week was  Hart vs. Palmdale, live from College of the Canyons. Click the link below for the final score from that game, and other games throughout the league!

For score updates from tonight's games, click here!

Smyth, Brown Close Toxic Tax Loophole

smythoffice2The California State Assembly passed the California Jobs First Plan by a two-thirds majority vote 54 -10 Tuesday with bi-partisan cooperation.

That cooperation included 38th District Assemblyman Cameron Smyth.

“Part of our job as California legislators is to do right by California businesses,” said Smyth.

Governor Jerry Brown thanked Democrats and Republicans including Smyth.