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Local Filmmaker’s 9/11 Tribute Screens at Temple Beth Ami, Airs Sunday on USA Network

00005912Temple Beth Ami will host a memorial screening of the acclaimed film “The Space Between” by local writer, director and producer Travis Fine on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 5 p.m., marking the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

Alleged Burglar Arrested

khts_crimeDetectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station have arrested and charged a suspect in an Aug. 19 burglary in Saugus.


Matthew Swaim, 29, of Canyon Country, was arrested Sept. 7 and charged with the Aug. 19 residential burglary.

Mountain Lion Seen Near Copperhill

Mountain_LionA resident reported seeing a mountain lion in the Copperhill area of the Santa Clarita Valley heading south down Rye Canyon at 7:15 this morning.


When deputies arrived and pursued the wild animal, it headed back into the wilderness. According to Sergeant Rich Nagler of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, Fish and Game officials won’t respond because mountain lions are common in this area.

Two Dead In Separate Hangings In SCV

A man and a woman were found dead by hanging in separate incidents in the Santa Clarita Valley Monday, according to Los Angeles County Coroner spokesman Craig Harvey.

The body of Laura Ann Hildebrandt, 45, of Studio City, was found hanging in a motel room in the 17000 block of Sierra Highway in Santa Clarita about noon Monday. Harvey said the exact cause of death had not yet been determined, but that her body would most likely be examined on Thursday.

Saugus Students Stage Multimedia 9/11 tribute Friday

0902_nyc_statue_wtc_1996_skpStudents at Saugus High School join in the nation’s 10th anniversary tributes to the victims and survivors of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks with a multi-media memorial ceremony in the school’s gymnasium on Friday starting at 9 a.m.

Saugus Football Team Ranked No. 10 In CIF Poll

The Saugus football team cracked the top 10 in the CIF Southern Section Northern Division coaches poll. Saugus is ranked No. 10 after a come-from-behind, 31-20, win over Burroughs of Burbank last week.

khts_sportsThe Canyon and Valencia football teams are also ranked in the top 10 of the Northern Division poll. Canyon comes in at No. 3 and Valencia is No. 5.

September 6, 2011: Dodgers Beat Nationals, 7-3

The Dodgers beat the Nationals 7-3 on a wet Tuesday night. Rain delayed the game for about 30 minutes in the 7th inning.

Join us Wednesday at 3:30pm for the next Dodger game against the Nationals- on AM-1220, KHTS!

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BREAKING NEWS: Power Restored After Bird Burrows Into Transformer

khts_breakingnewsUpdated 6:27pm

A sapsucker bird that had burrowed into a transformer caused approximately 279 homes to lose power near Live Oak Springs Canyon Road, which is east of Sand Canyon Road and South of Highway 14.

Most of the homes had power restored in the 6pm hour.

Honor Court Commemorates Ultimate Sacrifices

ricky_2For Bob and Kay Slocum the pain of the 9/11 Anniversary hits close to home. Their son Corporal Ricky P. Slocum was killed in Abu Ghraib, Iraq October 24, 2004.

On the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 The NorthPark Community Church will dedicate the Honor Court -- a monument to commemorate the lives of those who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country.

Smyth Endorses Wilk For COC Board

college_of_the_canyonsCollege of the Canyons Board Member Scott Wilk has received the endorsement from Assemblyman Cameron Smyth in his bid to be reelected to Seat 5 on the Santa Clarita Community College District governing board.

Wilk is also expected to run for Smyth’s Assembly seat.  Wilk says if he is elected Assembly Member he will resign from the board. He is being challenged by for the COC Board by adjunct professor Patrick Hill.