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Runners Bill To Stop Rewarding Drug-Offending Teachers Is Killed

A battle waged until late into the night before the holiday weekend, on whether schools should use their precious resources to continue to pay thousands of dollars in back-pay and benefits for school employees that have pled guilty for illegal drugs instead of keeping that money in the classrooms.  At one point in the marathon legislative session, it received as many as 39 votes, but the special interests worked overtime to kill the measure.  Ultimately, they succeeded and the measure died on a 38-32 vote.

Dodgers Lose to Rockies 12-5

The Dodgers lost  to the Rockies 12-5 on Sunday afternoon. They look to regain some momentum against the Brewers on Monday at 10:30. Tune into KHTS for all the action.

Cougars Drop Season Opener 29-23

The College of the Canyons Cougars lost to the Chaffey Panthers, in their first game of the 2006 College Football season on Saturday night, 29-23. Our next COC Football broadcast will be on Saturday, September 16th, when the Cougars will host Ventura College at 6:30pm.

Dodgers Win 14-5

On Saturday night, the Dodgers beat the Colorado Rockies, 14-5. You can hear the final game of this three-game series, Sunday at 12:30pm on KHTS.

Dodgers Beat Colorado 6-3

The Los Angeles Dodgers won their sixth game in a row, beating the Colorado Rockies, 6-3.

Hart Falls to St. Bonaventure 34-0

On Friday night, the Hart Indians lost their season opener to St. Bonaventure, 34-0. Tune in next Friday night at 6:30pm, when you can hear the Canyon Cowboys host Notre Dame on AM-1220 KHTS.

Spa World Celebrates 2nd Year in SCV!


This weekend Spa World and Pool Supply are having their annual Labor Day weekend sale! Save up to $1,800 on select spa models.

Deputies Compile Stolen Vehicle Data

For almost a year now, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station, in an effort to prevent auto thefts, as well as aid in the recovery of stolen vehicles, has been compiling data detailing auto theft trends throughout the valley. 

This "Stolen Vehicle Hot Sheet" is distributed to SCV patrol deputies, as well as the countywide auto theft unit, T.R.A.P. (Taskforce for Regional Autotheft Prevention).  The infomation gathered shows the SCV's most desired vehicles by auto thieves are, in first place, the Toyota Camry, followed by the Honda Accord, & the Ford Focus.

CHP to Enforce DUI, Speed Laws for Labor Day

CHP expects more traffic on the northbound 5 freeway Friday night & the southbound Monday night during the long Labor Day weekend.Law enforcement & state transportation officials are making accomodations for expected traffic increases this Labor Day weekend...  Get the full story in Friday's Signal.

Edison Replaces Poles After Fire

Southern California Edison informed KHTS, only one power pole needed immediate replacement during Monday's Cross Fire in Placerita Canyon.