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May 7, 2012: Dodgers Win Big Over Giants, 9-1

In a game heard live on KHTS, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants Monday night, by a final score of 9-1. Tune in Tuesday at 6:30pm for game two of the series, on AM-1220 KHTS!

Local Junior High Kids Help Raise $30K For Operation School Bell

starting_lineOperation School Bell was a ringing success.

The Operation School Bell 5K Run/Walk held on Sunday morning (KHTS, a Platinum Sponsor) raised over $30,000 dollars according to Mel Johnson, President of the Assistance League Santa Clarita.

The Operation School Bell program provides new school clothing, shoes, school supplies and health care kits to eligible Santa Clarita Valley school children in need.

Four Fatalities Mar Weekend

patrolcarlightsA deadly weekend on Santa Clarita Valley roads finished with four traffic fatalities, two involving motorcycles.

According to the Newhall Division of the California Highway Patrol Dean M. Lalley, 42, of Saugus was driving his 1995 Kawasaki ZX900 motorcycle on San Francisquito Canyon Road northbound, south of Lowridge Place at a speed greater than 55 m.p.h.

Hart District Hosts Drug Webinar For Parents And Teens

hart_long_logoThe William S. Hart School District is turning to the web to further their efforts to educate parents on teen drug and alcohol use and abuse.

The free online webinar will be available Tuesday, May 8 from 6:15 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. with a focus on drugs being used by students in local neighborhoods.

Real Estate And Market Report May 7, 2012

By Fred Arnold

By now you have probably seen at least one AT&T commercial that talks about how fast their phone service is and how they use the expression “That’s so 42 seconds ago”..Well that is pretty much the same thing that can be said for mortgage rates. Any advertising you see this week about rates is going to be off by more than ¼% because those ads per place more than a week ago.

A Science First For Saugus High Senior Quon

quon_copySaugus High School senior Cameron Quon took home first place at a national science-themed video competition in Washington D.C. last month.

Left to Right
Bill Nye , Julia Kudryashev (2nd Place), Cameron Quon (1st Place), Rachit Agarwal (Peoples Choice)

West Ranch Baseball Team Wins Fifth Game In A Row

khts_sportsThe West Ranch baseball team took a big step toward its first Foothill League championship. The Wildcats beat Hart, 12-1, to win its fifth game in a row.

Tony Slauson drove in three runs for West Ranch. Freshman Jagger Rusconi scored three runs and had three hits.

The Valencia baseball team stayed in the playoff picture with a 9-1 win over Saugus. Brian Mundell and AJ Balta homered for the Vikings.

TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Fatality On Red Rover Mine Rd. (14 Freeway North)

At least two vehicles have been involved in a major collision immediately before Red Rover Mine Rd. Exit on the 14-North Freeway. Authorities confirm one fatality. Traffic has been escalating due to clean up and closure of the 14 Freeway by Red Rover Mine Road. Avoid the 14 at all cost, traffic is extended far past Escondido and growing.

Stay tuned to KHTS AM-1220 for updates.

UPDATE: The freeway has reopened at Red Rover Mine Rd.

May 6, 2012 - Kings Sweep The St. Louis Blues 3-1

The Kings sweep the St. Luis Blues and advance to the Western Finals! Dustin Brown led the game, scoring twice, and now the Kings take on the winner of the Phoenix-Nashville semi-final series, the Coyotes. Stay tuned to your Hometown Station KHTS AM-1220 as we cover all the action on the ice.

Final Score
Kings: 3, Blues: 1

La Mesa Junior High Students Win Stock Market Game

LaMesaHow many junior high students, when given $100,000 will invest in the stock market and earn over 6 percent in profits? How many junior high students are even familiar with the stock market? That is exactly what the Stock Market Game, a national program created by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association, is designed to address.