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31 Arrested For Drunk Driving Over Christmas Holiday

California Highway Patrol reports drunk driving arrests.

 

The California Highway Patrol arrested 31 people for driving under the influence over the Christmas holiday in the Newhall area.

Officer John Lutz said the majority of people were taken into custody Friday through Sunday.

During the 2006 Christmas enforcement period statewide, 28 people were killed and 1,351 arrested for DUI and over the New Year enforcement period, 38 were killed and 1,481 arrested for DUI. Local statistics were not available.

Marshal Surprises Youthful Burglar

Canyon Country youth detained by marshal after unlawful garage entry.

 

A 17-year old Canyon Country boy was arrested on burglary and weapons charges Tuesday night after being caught in a Keaton Street garage by the homeowner, who happened to be a U.S. Marshal.

Two Arrested, One Charged in WalMart Thefts

Flat screen TVs lead police to two suspects.

 

ImageA Los Angeles man arrested for suspicion of burglary charges was given a bye from the district attorney on the theft, but remains a guest of the county for outstanding warrants.

 

2007 Sports One For the Record Books

2007- With some honorable mentions, the Top Ten in local sports

The year 2007 will forever be remembered as one of the best years for sports in Santa Clarita.  We had it all; a National Championship, heart-breaking finishes, surprise stars, and Olympic qualifiers.  The KHTS Sports department has put together the following Top 10 list, which we feel were the top stories, players, and games of 2007.  Enjoy!

 

Honorable Mention

 

While the following student and team didn’t muster enough support for the top 10, there was some heavy consideration:

 

Video Store Robbed At Gunpoint

Thief takes money and movies.

 

Deputies are investigating an armed robbery that occurred Sunday evening at the Video Liquidators store on Ruether Avenue in Canyon Country. 

 

Deputies responded to the location after a man reportedly entered the store and held the employee at gunpoint. The man took an undisclosed amount of cash and DVDs, escaping in an unknown direction. 

 

The suspect is described as a male white, 30-35, 5' 9"-6"0" tall, 180-200 pounds, who was wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt and was armed with a black handgun. 

 

Castaic Vendor Arrested For Drugs

Taco catering truck at gas station site center of activity.

 

Suspicious activity around a Castaic catering truck noted by watchful citizens led to the Dec. 20 arrest of Mario Flores.

He is suspected of supplying substantial amounts of drugs, including methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana to customers from his home and a catering truck parked near the Apollo gas station in the 31000 block of Castiac Road.

Kings Lose 3-2

The Kings lost 3-2 on Wednesday night, to the Sharks.

The Kings will face Colorado, Saturday December 29th, live only on KHTS. The game will start at 11:30am.

 

 

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McKeon Celebrates 2007 Victories

Buck McKeon’s personal insights to what he feels were major victories in the United States Legislature.

Lady Vikings Tennis: A Formula For Greatness

Valencia High School's Girls Tennis Team Claims 6th Straight League Title.

 

For the better part of this decade, our Valencia High School Girls Tennis Team has held the Foothill League title.  Moreover they have been undefeated in the regular season since 2004.  The Team finished their remarkable season with an outstanding record (198-36) and as the runner-up in the CIF-Southern Section Division III Finals.  Impressively, they have been in the finals three years in a row.

 

Children's Artwork To Be On Display At COC

Art Gallery will be home to youngsters' art.

Pablo Picasso once said, “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”

 

Full of imagination and joie de vivre, the artwork created by the children at the College of the Canyons Children’s Center will be exhibited at the college’s art gallery in the show, “Budding Artists:  Selections from The Children’s Center” from Jan. 5 to Jan. 19, 2008.