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Don't Make Your Next Text Your Last: Sheriffs Crack Down On Distracted Drivers

texting_driver_1As part of this month’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month campaign, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station will be offering “zero tolerance” to those texting or operating hand-held cell phones on April 3 and 18

. Drivers who break the law and place themselves and others in danger will be cited. The current minimum ticket cost is $159, with subsequent tickets costing at $279.

Reynolds Given Top Honors At Women In Service Awards

zontacarmensarroawardSueSue Reynolds, president of Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley, has received the Carmen Sarro Community Service Award from Zonta Club of the Santa Clarita Valley. Reynolds was selected from a slate of 15 local women nominated by Santa Clarita Valley non-profit organizations for the honor at Zonta’s annual Women in Service brunch this Saturday at Robinson Ranch.

College Students Encouraged To Apply For Arts Internships

la_county_arts_commission_headerSummer job opportunities for 74 college students are now available through the L.A. County Arts Internship Program.

College of the Canyons Hosts Ninth Annual Children’s Play Day

COClogoCollege of the Canyons and the Southern California Valley Association for the Education of Young Children will cap off the nationally celebrated Week of the Young Child this April by hosting its ninth annual “Play Day” of free fun and developmentally appropriate activities for all children to enjoy.

SCV Fishing Report April 3rd: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

It's time for the weekly KHTS-120AM fishing report:

Freswater Report:
1)  Castaic Lake....The largemouth and smallmouth bass bite kicked in this past week.  The bass are in the 2 foot  to 25 foot depth; try the Coves. The upper lake received a DFG trout plant this past week. There's also some good catfishin' in the 80 foot depth near the Buoy Line.

Summer Sun Preparing For Beat Down

LifeisGoodUV rays are as important as they can be dangerous. Too much sun exposure can cause irritation and possibly permanently damage to your skin. Like any other thing, too much of everything is not good for us. Cobblestone Cottage provides an array of hats for you to choose from like Life is Good, Scalia, Dorfman and Christine Alexander for the Santa Clarita Valley.

Get Your Skin Ready for Summer

By Rosemary Murphy, L.E.

Each season brings specific challenges to the skin on our face and body. Changes in temperature along with environmental factors can play havoc on an otherwise normal, healthy epidermis. Don’t assume that your winter regimen will get you through the summer months looking your best. Your skin has different needs at different times of the year.

The Master's College Baseball Team Knocks Off No. 5 Azusa Pacific

khts_sportsThe Master’s College baseball team built an early lead and beat the Azusa Pacific, the fifth ranked team in the NAIA.

The Mustangs won the game, 5-3, and had a 4-0 lead after four innings.

Steve Karkenny drove in two runs for The Master’s College.

Mustangs starter James Scott gave up only one run on two hits in four innings.

April 2, 2012: Kings Move Closer To Playoffs, Defeat Oilers 2-0

The Los Angeles Kings moved a step closer to securing a playoff spot, defeating the Edmonton Oilers Monday night by a final score of 2-0. With the win, the Kings have 40 wins on the year, and remain 2 points ahead of Phoenix for a playoff spot. Join us Thursday night at 7pm for our second-to-last Kings game, against the Sharks, on AM-1220 KHTS!

Revised High-Speed Rail Cocktail To Be Blended

California_High_Speed_Rail_copy_copyThe proposed high-speed rail system could be looked at like a martini.

For some it would shaken, like the faith people had in it ever getting constructed. For others it would be stirred, like the controversy it has stirred up and down the state of California regarding the costs, necessity and benefits.

Now finally, this high-speed rail martini will be blended.