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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.

    Teen Driving Rules Addressed In New Bill

    Senator Runner’s Legislation Adds Important Safety Measures to Increase the Safety of Teen Drivers

    ImageSenator George Runner (R-Antelope Valley) introduced legislation that will add vital new safety measures to improve the current teen safety driving laws. 


    It's Time For Dodger Day!

    Residents Invited to Attend Dodger Stadium on Sunday April 22, 2007.

    ImageThe City of Santa Clarita is inviting residents to sign up for the longest running community event in Dodger history at the 30th annual Santa Clarita Valley Dodger Day. The fun begins on Sunday April 22, 2007, at 1:10 p.m.  Pre-game activities will begin at 1:00 p.m.

    Facilities Foundation Speaks Up

    Heads of the Foundation speak on controversy, financial questions.

    KHTS sat down for a special on air interview with Rick Patterson and Gary Condie, the President and Vice President of the Hart District Facilities Foundation.


    Hear what they talked about by clicking here!


    Walk To Fight Arthritis

    Sign-Up Now for April 29th Event.

    ImageWalk for a cure, walk to be healthy, walk to keep your joints moving, walk for the millions affected by this painful and debilitating disease. 

    WorkSource Center To Give Sneak Peek

    See it on March 22nd!

    On Thursday, March 22, 2007 , at 7:00 p.m., AT&T (Time Warner) Channel 20 will provide viewers with a brief look into the operations of the Santa Clarita WorkSource California Center (Center), highlighting the resources available to job seekers and businesses. 


    The show follows an earlier interview with Business Services Representative Cheryl Adams by Akenaton Flores, a film student at College of the Canyons, to gain insight into the Center’s funding, partnerships, and ample resources provided at “no fee” to the public. 


    Smokey Joe's Cafe Takes The Stage

    One of the most popular and longest-running broadway revues of all time!


    Music and Lyrics by Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller

    Musical Direction by Lloyd Cooper


    Directed and Choreographed by Paul David Bryant


    Limited Engagement opens Friday, March 23 at the     Countrywide Performing Arts Center in Thousand Oaks!


    “Faded pictures in my scrapbook, Just thought I'd take one more look -
    And recall when we were all - In the neighborhood…”


    Antonovich Dissents In Authority Vote

    Amending the County Code a radical shift away from representative government.

    Image“Shifting authority over to a non-elected puppet is irresponsible and creates more bureaucracy and less accountability -- when what is needed is less bureaucracy and more accountability!”


    Fitness Comes First At Sierra Vista

    New methods get everyone involved.

    The computer pitches...

    Physical Education teachers at Sierra Vista Jr. High are fed up. They came to an agreement that the routine instruction that has defined PE for decades is outdated and not inclusive.

    Main Water Line Break in Sand Canyon

    At 11:30am this morning a main water line broke and disrupted water service to the Sand Canyon area.


    A representative of the Santa Clarita Water Company stated water service would be off for approximately 4-6 hours.  Water service should be back on-line by 6:00pm.

    Big Name To Help Develop COC Culinary Program

    Presidential Chef Stirs Up New Culinary Arts Program at College of the Canyons.

    On his first day on the job as chef at the White House staff mess, a fine dining restaurant in the West Wing that serves the president, first lady and senior staff members, Chef Louis Eguaras was asked to see President Bill Clinton in the oval office.

                “He wanted to meet me and welcome me on board,” said Eguaras. “I remember he said something funny but I forget what it was because I was just so excited to be there.”