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Circle Of Hope Offers Fresh Perspective

Seldom considered thoughtfulness is their mission.

Two Local Schools Make The Grade

Arroyo Seco, Golden Valley Earn Distinguished School Titles.

Two schools in the William S. Hart Union High School District have been awarded the title of California Distinguished School, according to an announcement released today to State Superintendent of Schools Jack O’Connell.


Cross Valley Connector Opening Can Be Deceiving

Only one portion of the road set to open Monday.

Councilman Frank Ferry joked at last Tuesday’s Council meeting that he sees a lot of cars driving on the Cross Valley connector section of road between Bouquet Canyon towards Golden Valley.


The problem, he says, is that the particular piece of road in that area isn’t yet open.


138 Getting Its Stripes

Roadway may be delayed.

In order to perform striping work, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close one lane of eastbound and/or westbound State Route 138, alternately, from just west of 165th Street East to one mile west of Longview Road, as follows:

Until Wednesday:

One lane will be utilized for both eastbound and westbound traffic, alternately.  Flaggers will be on site to assist motorists.


Delays of up to 15 minutes may be experienced.

Alert Residents Save The Day

Six Suspects arrested after casing Neighborhood.

The Sheriff’s Department is reporting that six suspects were arrested on drug and burglary related charges early Saturday morning after alert Santa Clarita residents called the station about a suspicious vehicle.


An off-duty police officer also called in, and proceeded to follow the vehicle after seeing them tamper with a parked vehicle.


Deputies arrived and were able to detain the suspects on Soledad Canyon Road.


Dodgers Win Another 6-4

The Dodgers sweep the two game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks by winning 6-4.The Dodgers will be in Colorado tomorrow to take on the Colorado Rockies.  Coverage will begin on Your Hometown Station, AM 1220, KHTS.

City Pushes To Prepare Residents

12 months of preparedness guide you through all possibilities.

There is no rule to say what an emergency is and what it is not. A power outage in a neighborhood won’t make the news, but it could leave you completely helpless for hours.


A simple day of Christmas shopping could end up an emergency for you if someone gets a hold of your financial information, but there would be no articles written about you the next day, telling you what to do next.


Dodgers beat the D-Backs

  Tonight the LA Dodgers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-1.

  You can listen  to the next Dodger game live April 17th, starting at 6pm. They will face the Diamondbacks.

Cooley Targeting Illegal Alien Gang Members

Strategy will make use of fingerprint data.

ImageSupervisor Michael D. Antonovich praised Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley for assigning three deputy district attorneys to target illegal alien gang members:“Effective gang suppression must include bold measures to identify criminal illegal immigrants and remove them from the country,” said Antonovich. 


Legendary Stuntman Williams Dies

Cause of death was natural causes.

Jack Williams, a legendary stuntman who lived in Agua Dulce for decades, has died. He was 85 years old.


He was a force in Santa Clarita, and many have fond memories of him.


His name is emblazoned on the Western Walk of Stars, a symbol of the many times he performed stunts for some of the most renowned stars in Hollywood.