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Transforming America One Teen At Time

Teen_Girl_pic1Being a teenager can come with its many ups and downs and quite often their confidence level can become compromised. Sometimes all that is needed is a little motivational boost to reassure them of their personal power.

The 10 Minute Miracle For Your Hair

85px-Hand_combed_hairLadies, with all of the hair treatments out there on the market today it’s easy to end up buying a lot of products that just don’t do the job. Between the excessive use of flat irons, hair dryers and curling irons, it’s easy to quickly damage your hair. It’s not so quick and easy to repair it.

No Nonsense Vegetable Gardening

When you look up information on vegetable gardening, many sites do not get the point, the raw facts about vegetable gardening. Well, right here, you can read a no nonsense article that gets to the roots of the situation and gives you what you need to know for planting a vegetable garden.

Saugus Girls Volleyball Team Improves To 2-0 In Foothill League

khts_sportsThe Saugus girls volleyball team rallied to beat Hart in four games in a Foothill League match last night. Hart won the first game of the match, but Saugus came back to win the next three and improve to 2-0 in league.

Ashley Pagan led Saugus with seven kills and four blocks. Hart’s Amy King led her team with seven kills.

The Valencia girls beat Canyon in four games to win their first Foothill League match of the season.

Suspects Lead Deputies Into Circus Tent For Arrest, One Still Outstanding

khts_crimeSheriff’s deputies have arrested two people – one man and one woman - and are looking for a third at the Westfield Valencia Town Center, in connection with a possible credit card theft from Best Buy on Bouquet Canyon Road.



The trio left Best Buy around 1:15 and deputies followed their black Dodge Charger into the mall parking lot, attempting to stop it along the way, but the vehicle refused to yield.


Castaic High Easement Issues Resolved By Superior Court

hartdistlogoREDAn important issue was resolved in the never-ending quest to build a high school in Castaic when developer Larry Rasmussen was granted easements for his proposed site in Romero Canyon by the Superior Court.


Trio Takes Smokes And Snacks From Sierra Highway Market

khts_crime_genericThree men in a white van loaded up lots of smokes and snacks Wednesday morning at the Ridgeline Market on Sierra Highway.

Lt. Joseph Efflandt of the Santa Clarita Valley station said that the group threatened the store clerk with a simulated handgun and got away with approximately 9,000 packs of cigarettes.

“Cigarettes go for big money on the black market,” Efflandt said.

Do Not Let The Rain Ruin Your Commute

800px-Spoorvorming1It’s doubtless that you spent time in the traffic today that inevitably marks the first day of rainfall after the hot summer months.

Research shows that there are greater dangers on the first day of rain after a dry spell because of the loosened oil and debris on the roadway.  But, after the debris is washed away, it is clear that the responsibility lies with the drivers.

Newhall Jail Owner Faces Criminal Charges For Building Neglect

By Leon Worden/

santanajaillibraryoneManny Santana, owner of the Newhall Jail building on Spruce Street, pleaded not guilty Tuesday at the Santa Clarita Courthouse to 11 misdemeanor counts of violating city codes. The matter is set for a pretrial conference Nov. 15.