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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.

    Tax Special Available Now On Podcast

    Arif Halaby of Total Financial Solutions offers tips for tax day.

    A special segment of the Total Financial Solutions Hour aired on March 16th.


    The Tax Special featured tax related issues including the home ownership tax myth, and tax issues directly related to seniors.


    If you missed it, the podcast is available now by clicking here.   


    Santa Clarita Is Talking...

    About Castaic's high school students. What do you think?


    KHTS had Hart School District Superintendent Jaime Castellanos on the air to speak about overcrowding at West Ranch High School.

    The 400 Castaic students that come out of middle school each year have been going to West Ranch since it was built. Now, due to overcrowding issues, the next two years worth of students will go to Valencia High (where they were sent before West Ranch was built).


    Calling All Teams! Cancer Society Relay Coming Up

    Rally planned to kick off 2007 SCV Relay For Life

    Captains who are organizing teams for this year’s SCV American Cancer Society Relay For Life, walkers or companies who would like to participate and local residents simply interested in learning more about Relay For Life and the American’s Cancer Society’s programs and services are invited to attend this year’s Relay Rally on Thursday, April 19th at the Spectrum Club in Valencia. You won’t want to miss out on all of the fun.

    To Build A Nest

    Nature in Santa Clarita, it’s not what you look at but what you see.

    -Wendy Langhans

    Champions Classic To Be Back Next Year

    Next year is certain, after that still pending.

    VALENCIA, CA – The 2008 AT&T Champions Classic will be held at Valencia Country Club it was announced today by Brian Fitzgerald, executive director of the tournament, and Jim Fitzsimmons, general manager of Valencia Country Club.



    Fire Chews 15 Acres

    Fire grows quickly, but doused by Fire Department.

    ImageA fire broke out this afternoon in Acton off of the 14 freeway and Santiago Road.


    The fire was a result of an injury car accident that sent flames into the grass on the side of the freeway.  


    A trailer park in the vicinity was at one point threatened, however was not damaged. 


    Kings Lose 4-3

    On Thursday night, the Los Angeles Kings lost to the Chicago Black Hawks 4-3 in a shootout.  You can hear the next Kings game, Saturday at 7:00pm, when they will take on the Columbus Blue Jackets on KHTS.

    Runner Proposes Crackdown On Illegal Immigration

    Bill Would Prohibit State From Contracting With Companies Who Hire Illegal Immigrants.

    COC Adds Popular Computer Class

    Basic computer skills in demand.

    Due to the popularity of the College of the Canyons Extension class “Computers and You,” another section has been opened for older adults with little or no computer experience who wish to learn basic computer skills.

    “Computers and You” is a hands-on class that teaches students how to use a mouse to conduct simple Internet searches, how to use email, and will address consumer awareness and basic safety. The textbook needed for the class costs $24. 30 and can be purchased at the COC bookstore.

    Stunts Abound At Local Fundraiser

     Stuntmen team up with the Fire Department to fight children’s cancer.

    In Agua Dulce this Saturday, some of Hollywood’s top stuntmen will be putting on a show as members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department display some of their most thrilling vehicles.


    St. Baldricks Foundation will be the beneficiary of the fundraiser, which will see people shaving their heads for sponsorships.


    St. Baldricks is a favorite among first responders, with several other departments participating in their own programs.