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Court Upholds Constitutionality Of Plastic Bag Fee

plastic-grocery-bagsLos Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina applauded the ruling by Judge James C. Chalfant in Los Angeles Superior Court, Department 85 upholding the constitutionality of the Los Angeles County’s plastic and paper carryout bag ordinance.

SCV Fishing Report March 28th: Local Lakes and Saltwater Report

Here is this weeks fishing report for KHTS-1220AM:

Freshwater Report:
1)  Castaic Lake....The upper lake will receive a DFG trout plant this week.  The bite for all species has been on/off because of fluctuations in weather and water temps.  Still some good catfishin near the Buoy Line.  A  very lucky
lady angler nabbed a 10 pound striper this past week!

Clearing Out The DVR: March Madness Edition

Chauncey_Reportby Chauncey Telese

Hello everyone, happy spring, and I hope as always all is well. March Madness is in full swing and we’ve already had a plethora of upsets that have destroyed all five of my brackets (especially Missouri) but my bets on Kansas and Baylor are still alive so I don’t feel like a complete idiot.

Routine Screenings Key to Colorectal Cancer Prevention

HenryMayoNewhallHospitalLogo2Colorectal cancer is one of the most preventable diseases, yet it is the third leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States.  Of the more than 140,000 people diagnosed each year, approximately 56,000 will die from the disease. Through routine screenings, however, colorectal cancer can be prevented and cured if detected and treated early.

Valencia Golf Team Falls Short Against Chaminade At Robinson Ranch

khts_sportsValencia’s Jonathan Chang had the low round against Chaminade in a match at Robinson Ranch, but the Vikings lost to the Eagles by 14 strokes.

Chang shot a 3-under 68 and had five birdies. Teammate Glen Lee was 7-over at 79.

Valencia shot 408 as a team to Chaminade’s 394.

The first Foothill League golf match of the season is at Valencia Country Club today. All six teams from the Foothill League are entered.

Tee time is at 12:30.

March 26, 2012: Kings Fall To Canucks, 1-0

In a game heard live on KHTS, the Vancouver Canucks beat the Los Angeles Kings, by a final score of 1-0. The Kings, with 5 games left to play, are trying to cling to a playoff spot. Tune in Wednesday for our next Kings game, on AM-1220 KHTS!

Tax Petitions: Sign of the Times

John_Hancock_Envelope_SignatureJudy Umeck, a 16 year member of the Saugus Union School District board, would like you to click your ball point pen and put your John or Jane Hancock on a petition to get a school funding initiative on the ballot - even folks who oppose raising taxes for any reason.

¡ACTION En Acción!

CaryThe ACTION Parent/Teen Support Program has been helping families in the Santa Clarita Valley for nearly 10 years. Unfortunately, for ACTION President Cary Quashen (photo right), they weren’t reaching everyone who needed help.

“Lately we’ve been getting so many Spanish speaking individuals that I saw a real need for them to have their own group,” said Quashen.

Sacramento Trip Helps Set Career Path

sac2012oneBy Monique Da Cunha

Special to KHTS

My name is Monique Da Cunha and I was nominated by the Optimist Club to attend the annual Sacramento trip. (DaCunha, center front, crouching)