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Nine Lives For $9 Program Helps Adult Cats Find Homes

catAs summertime approaches us in Southern California, “kitten season,” a time when animal control agencies begin seeing a significant increase in kittens entering local shelters, is in full swing.


In the midst of the season, while the focus remains mainly on the young kittens that enter County of Los Angeles Department of Animal Care and Control (DACC) animal care centers, adult cats are often overlooked.

Thousands Take A Lap For Arthritis Research Fundraiser

ArthritisWalk_Start2-482x271By Megan Mann/

More than 2,000 people joined the fight against the nation’s leading cause of disability Sunday at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

“I really want to erase the stigma that arthritis is an old person’s disease,” said Jena Minassian, the Arthritis Foundation’s Adult Honoree for 2012.

Cargo Pilot Safety Key To Boxer Legislation

BoxerheadshotU.S. Senators Barbara Boxer and Olympia J. Snowe (R-ME) today introduced the Safe Skies Act, legislation designed to ensure that America’s cargo plane pilots are sufficiently rested before they fly.

Volunteers Sought To Learn Disaster Services For Animals

noahswishThe City of Santa Clarita, in partnership with Noah’s Wish, is seeking local volunteers to provide lifesaving services for animals during crises situations.

Representatives from Noah’s Wish, a not-for-profit animal welfare organization, will be hosting a free animal emergency response training for interested volunteers at the Santa Clarita Activities Center from 8 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 14.

Childrens Hospital LA Named One Of Nation's Best

CHLA-Butterfly-Logo-RGB-450x245Children’s Hospital Los Angeles is moving up. For the fourth year in a row, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has been named to the elite Honor Roll of children’s hospitals in the U.S. News & World Report rankings released online today. This year, the hospital is ranked fifth in the nation, up three places from last year’s survey of Best Children’s Hospitals.

SCV Fishing Report June 5th: Local Lakes And Saltwater Report

It's time for the Tuesday fishing report for KHTS-1220AM:

Freshwater Report:

1)  Castaic Lake....There was lots of wind this past week; but the stripers were still biting in the deper water.  Most of them are in the 2-5 pound size.  For largemouth bass, Dry Gulch recently re-opened after the spawn....try there or Hawks Nest.  If you want catfish, try Kong Island or the Buoy Line.  Slow trout fishin'.

Dodgers Take North Carolina High School SS In MLB Draft

khts_sportsThe Dodgers selected Corey Seager, a high school shortstop from North Carolina, in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft on Monday.

Seager was the 18th overall pick. He hit .519 with 10 home runs and 37 RBIs in his senior season of high school baseball.

The Major League Baseball draft continues today and concludes on Wednesday.

June 4, 2012: Dodgers Beat Phillies, 4-3

Monday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Philadelphia Phillies by a final score of 4-3. Join us Tuesday at 3:30pm for more Dodgers baseball, on AM-1220 KHTS!

June 4, 2012: Kings One Win Away From Stanley Cup, Beat Devils 4-0

In a game heard live on KHTS, the Los Angeles Kings continued their unbelievable playoff run, and beat the New Jersey Devils 4-0 in game three of the NHL Finals. The win puts the Kings one win away from the Stanley Cup, which would be the first championship in their history.

Tune in Wednesday at 4:30pm to see if the Kings can clinch the Cup, on AM-1220 KHTS!

To Do Tuesday: VOTE

votingindividualOn Tuesday, voters will go to the polls and pick the final two candidates for the summer showdown that will culminate in one winner being selected the first Tuesday in November.

Those vying for the top two spots have had their auditions, been coached by the experts, faced the tabloids and gossiblogs and come out to face the final judges – those people with permanent markers in the fold-up voting booths.