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Warrants Served At Three Pill Mills, Detectives Say It's An Unending Struggle

pillsinabottleWhen you see 50 people standing outside a clinic waiting for their prescriptions, you can pretty much guess there’s something up.

That’s what detectives from the Sheriff’s Major Crimes HALT unit found Tuesday morning when they visited a clinic in Sylmar.

“These are what we call pill mills,” explained Sgt. Steve Opferman, spokesman for the team. “They appear to be medical clinics when in fact, they are where people go to get controlled substances.”

The Munger Games: Saving Schools

MungerGamesKatniss Everdeen,  the protagonist of Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games trilogy and hit feature film, fights for survival using her skills with a bow and arrow. Civil rights attorney Molly Munger visited Santa Clarita with a quiver full of arrows to target the lack of funding for California K through 12 education.


April 10, 2012: Dodgers Win Home Opener, Beat Pirates 2-1

The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Dodger Stadium opener, by a final score of 2-1. Join KHTS for our next Dodger broadcast, Thursday at 6:30pm, on AM-1220 KHTS.

Castaic Assemblyman Jeff Gorrell Returns From Afghanistan, Goes Back To Work In Sacramento

AssemblyJeffGorellAssembly Member Jeff Gorell returned to the state legislature Monday, having completed a one-year tour of duty with the U.S. Navy in Afghanistan.

COC To Host Spring Job, Career And Intern Fairs

jobseekersProviding local job seekers with employment opportunities in an array of industries and career fields, College of the Canyons will present its bi-annual Job, Career and Intern Fair this spring, scheduled for both of the college’s campuses.

Libraries To Saddle Up With Western Readings To Welcome Cowboy Festival

cowboyfestival_2012Cowgirls and cowboys are invited to ride on down to the Santa Clarita Public Library for a series of western themed events during “Cowboy Week,” from Monday, April 16 to Friday, April 20.

UPDATED: 'Bully' Film Documentary Will Not Open In SCV Friday

bully_poster_smUPDATED Tuesday, April 17: "Bully" will not open at either the Edwards Valencia or Canyon Country theaters on Friday, April 20, according to managers at both complexes. Last week's original story follows:

New Enterprise Zone Approved For Santa Clarita

USETHISCITYSEALThe City of Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County, and the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation announced Monday that the California Department of Housing and Community Development has approved all details of the new Santa Clarita Valley Enterprise Zone designation.

Lottery For $25 Tickets Set For Billy Elliot At Pantages

billy-elliot-the-musicalThe Los Angeles premiere of Billy Elliot The Musical begins performances tonight at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood for a limited five week engagement through Sunday May 13.  Broadway/L.A. is announcing that a day-of-show lottery for a limited number of $25 seats will be held for each performance.

Boxer Lauds FCC Efforts To Deter Smartphone Theft

BoxerheadshotU.S. Senator Barbara Boxer today applauded the announcement by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski, the nation’s police chiefs and the wireless industry of new efforts to deter the theft of smartphones and other cell phone-related crimes, which have increased dramatically in recent years.