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Public Comment Open For SCV Sheriff's Grant Application

USETHISCITYSEALThe City of Santa Clarita, in collaboration with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station, is inviting the public to provide comments on a grant proposal that will provide $31,168 to fund the Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Unit.  Feedback for the City’s application for the 2012 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program must be submitted by Friday, May 11.

City Wants Your Opinion On Transit Needs

SCTbusThe City of Santa Clarita is encouraging community members to participate in a 20 question survey to help shape the future of public transit services in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Flaming Toothbrushes, Nutty Lemon Bars Subjects Of Recalls

Recall-SidebarToday's recalls include flammable toothbrushes and lemon bars with undeclared nuts.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc. is voluntarily recalling Spinbrush® Rechargeable SONIC toothbrushes because the charging base may overheat with localized melting and sparking, possibly causing fire, shock or burns.

Hart Swim Teams Sweep Foothill League Championships

khts_sportsThe Hart girls swim team won the Foothill League championship and Saugus freshman Abby Weitzeil set two school records at the league finals at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center.

Hart had its own freshman phenom in Mik Ranslem. She won two events, the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly, to lead Hart over second-place Saugus. She was also on the winning 400 freestyle relay team.

UPDATED: Summer Meltdown Lineup Set For The Plaza May 19; Donations Still Needed

meltdown_irationReggae stars Iration (pictured) headline a multi-genre roster of more than 25 bands slated to rock two stages at the ninth annual “Summer Meltdown Concert for Social Inclusion and Autism Awareness” concert, this year at The Plaza theater on Lyons Avenue in Newhall on Saturday, May 19, from 1 p.m. to midnight.

May 3, 2012: Kings Beat Blues 4-2, Lead Series 3-0

In a game heard live on KHTS, the Los Angeles Kings defeated the St. Louis Blues in game three of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, by a final score of 4 to 2. With the win, the Kings now lead the series 3 games to 0, and will go for the sweep Sunday at 11:30am at Staples Center. Join us for more Kings playoff hockey, Sunday at 11:30am, on AM-1220 KHTS!

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khts_trafficalertUPDATE 1:02 p.m.

All traffic lanes on Bouquet Canyon Road have been reopened, after being closed for nearly two hours due to a power line failure near Susan Beth Way.

Real Life Comedy For Real Life Heroes

standupguyslogoRobert G. Lee has been a standup comedian for about 25 years and a member of the group The Standup Guys for about two and a half years. His partners – comedians Kenn Kington and Bob Smiley – cover the whole spectrum of comedy.

“Bob is the young up-and-comer, Kenn is the middle-aged guy with young kids and I’m the old vet,” Lee explained.

College Of The Canyons' Slipping Grade In Economics

COCBy Leon Worden/

The state budget crisis is taking a hidden toll on College of the Canyons – hidden to most students, but not to investors who buy government bonds.

The financial ratings firm Fitch downgraded COC’s outstanding debt instruments by one notch Wednesday due to what the company called COC’s “inability to offset deep cuts in state funding for community colleges.”