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Santa Clarita News

Santa Clarita News

Santa Clarita News is delivered to you by KHTS AM 1220. All of your Santa Clarita News, Santa Clarita traffic updates, Santa Clarita Events, breaking news can be found on homeotownstation.com. 


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KHTS is a vibrant member of the community. Its broadcast signal reaches all of the Santa Clarita Valley and parts of the high desert communities located in the Antelope Valley.

    Interim Fire Station 156 Opens

    On Monday, June 4th LA County fire officials cut the ribbon on Interim Fire Station 156.

    Sample Image Supervisor Michael Antonovich and LA County Fire Chief P. Michael Freeman along with employees from Newhall Land & Farm dedicated the interim fire station.

    KHTS Represents SCV In Sacramento

    Capitol Clear Speak 2007 broadcasts live with CA politicians


    Through Monday and Tuesday this week, KHTS will be joining radio stations from around California under a tent, to interview a long and distinguished list of state legislators and administration officials.


    Deputy Hits Two Parked Cars

    Coyote runs in front of vehicle

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    City In Top 25 Retail Markets In The State

    Big news for economic development

    The California Retail Survey announced the City of Santa Clarita as one of the “Top 25 City Retail Markets in California” based on 2005 retail sales. Santa Clarita ranked higher than the cities of Glendale, Pasadena, Thousand Oaks, Santa Monica.

    Free Health Screenings Offered At Health Fair

    Public to learn ways to “Care for Your Heart”

    In recognition of Heart Health Month, Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital presents a free “Care for Your Heart” Health Fair to the public on Friday, June 8, from 11 a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Activities Center, 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway in Canyon Country.

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    Parks & Rec Master Plan Calling For Public Input

    Public Encouraged to Attend Comment Meeting on Monday, June 11, 2007

    The City of Santa Clarita is encouraging residents to attend the first of three community workshops for the Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan Update. The first workshop is scheduled for Monday, June 11, 2007 from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Activities Center in the Santa Clarita Sports Complex, located at 20880 Centre Pointe Parkway. 

    Sheriff's Capt. La Berge Presents Quarterly Message

    Letter titled “The First 150 Days”

    Below is a message from Captain Anthony La Berge:



    City Launches Multimedia Center On Web

    Video and Audio Content Highlights Event

    The City of Santa Clarita launched a new mulit-media section of the City’s web site hosting video and audio programming. The Section of the web site, called Media Central, allows web surfers to catch the sights and sounds of Santa Clarita through video stories, radio public service announcements and press releases

    “The media center features a weekly City news show, "This Week in Santa Clarita", and video clips on various City programs and events, and links to current press releases,” commented Ken Pulskamp, City Manager.

    Valencia High Wins Softball Title

    Valenica defeats Hart.

    The Valencia Vikings took the CIF Division I Girl's Softball Title Saturday evening, as they defeated the Hart Indians in the CIF Division I Championship game 1-0. Valencia is currently ranked number one in the country.


    For complete coverage, tune in to Dave Caldwell's sports on Monday morning between 7am and 10am on your hometown station, AM-1220, KHTS. 


    KHTS congratulates the Valencia Girl's Softball Team. 


    Independent Henry Mayo Analysis Fails To Provide Answers

    Analysis can’t determine if site’s office space will be too much or not enough

    Henry Mayo Hospital has been battling to get their master plan for expansion through all of the City approvals. Critics say that the plan is too big for the area, includes too many office buildings, and doesn’t specifically guarantee any hospital facilities will be built.