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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.

    Book Drive For Children With Cancer

    All collected books will go to patients.

    ImageMarch 30th through April 1st, the William S. Hart Baseball Spring Classic will be held at the Hart Pony Baseball fields in Valencia. During the tournament, the Santa Clarita Bulldogs; an 8 and under team, will be sponsoring a book drive that will benefit the Michael Hoefflin Foundation.


    Free Colorectal Cancer Screenings

    Screenings to be Provided by HMNMH.

    Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital will be distributing free Colorectal Cancer screening packets from 9 a.m.5 p.m., March 19-23, 2007. The kits will be available at the hospital information desk and two other locations including the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, 22900 Market Street in Newhall, and the KHTS Radio kiosk, located at the Westfield Valencia Town Center near the west entrance to the food court. Complete instructions will be provided with the kits.

    Purtzer Takes The Champions Classic

     Three playoff rounds decide winner.

    ImageIn an up and down tournament, the AT&T Champions Classic offered more than enough drama on its final day.


    Galaxy Take On Crew For Charity

    Die-hard fans, local residents fill out audience for Major League Soccer match.

    ImageBeautiful weather was a fine backdrop for Santa Clarita’s first Major League Soccer game. The Columbus Crew took on the Los Angeles Galaxy in a pre season game, where proceeds went to the Michael Hoefflin Foundation.


    Runner Fights For Veterans' Education

    Runner wants in-state tuition fees for veterans.  Senator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) introduced legislation that will allow all veterans returning from active duty, regardless of their state residency, to pay in-state tuition at one of California’s public colleges or universities. 


    Heads Get Shaved, Money Gets Raised

    Fundraiser brings many to Agua Dulce.

    ImageSaturday afternoon, Agua Dulce was the place to be, as the Los Angeles Fire Department hosted a fundraiser for the St. Baldricks Foundation.


    The main event was a series of ongoing head shavings, where teams of people garnered sponsorships to take all their hair off. The money goes to find a cure for children’s cancer.


    Kings Defeat the Ducks 5-3

    The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Ducks by the score of 5-3!Catch the next Kings game as they take on the Dallas Stars on Wednesday, March 21 at 7 pm.  All the Kings hockey action can be caught on the Santa Clarita's Hometown Station, AM 1220!

    Kings Win 5-3

    The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets in a high scoring affair, 5-3!

    Catch the next Kings game Sunday, March 18th at 4 pm, as the Kings take on the Ducks.  This game, as well as all hockey action can only be caught on Santa Clarita's Hometown Station, AM 1220, KHTS!

    Email Spreads False Rape Story

    The following is a statement from the Santa Clarita Sheriff's station. 

    Recently, e-mails have been circulating throughout the Santa Clarita Valley area disseminating inaccurate information about an alleged violent assault and rape occurring in the Saugus area of Santa Clarita. 


    Although it is true that detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station were investigating  suspicious circumstances around an alleged assault that occurred in Saugus on Sunday, March 11, 2007, the details described in the mails are not accurate.   


    Ground Broken On University Center

    Center will offer advanced degrees on COC campus.

    ImageDignitaries came out in force to celebrate the ground breaking of College of the Canyon’s innovative new building that will house multiple universities where students can get bachelors, masters, and even doctorate degrees.