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Santa Clarita News

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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.

    Four Providence Employees Make Headlines

    They receive nominations for “Women Making a Difference” award.

    Every year, the Los Angeles Business Journal recognizes women who make a difference. This year, four Providence Health Systems employees are up for the award.


    Nominated by their Administrator, these women showcase a wide variety of talent and have proven to be a key ingredient to one of the country’s highest rated health care companies.


    Dodgers Lose 7-2

    The Los Angeles Dodgers lost to the Colorado Rockies 7-2 on Wednesday evening, in the first game of a short two-game series.  You can hear the second game, Thursday beginning at 11:30am on KHTS.

    Submit Your Questions For The Henry Mayo Debate!

    Now is your chance to ask the questions.

    On Tuesday, April 24th, at 2:00pm, KHTS will air a live debate between Henry Mayo CEO Roger Seaver and Smart Growth SCV leader David Gauny. Carl Goldman will moderate. 


    We want to know what questions you have regarding this issue. What types of things do you think are unclear? What do you want to know?


    There are two ways to submit questions for the debate.


    Local Virginia Tech Grad Pays Tribute

    Tradgedy hits hard across the country.     

  has posted an article written by a local resident who attended Virginia Tech. To see the article, click here.  

    Fast Moving Fire Knocked Down

    A fast moving fire was reported in Castaic at 2:30pm.



    The fire burned 15 acres before it was put out, and the Los Angeles County Fire Department had 150 firefighters on the scene within an hour.


    A Sig Alert was  posted by the California Highway Patrol after the fire forced the closure of North bound Old Road at Via Canyon, and South bound Old Road, just south of Parker Road. 


    It was expected that the roads would be re-opened by 6:00pm.  



    County Warns About West Nile

    Residents should take precautions.

    ImageThe Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich’s motion proclaiming the week of April 23 through April 29, 2007, as “West Nile Virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness Week” throughout Los Angeles County.


    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.