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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies are organizing the second annual Santa Clarita Valley 10-33 Benefit Ride and Car Show for Nov. 1, officials said Wednesday. Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The proceeds from the ride and car show are going to help the family of an 8-year-old Santa Clarita Valley boy recently diagnosed with...

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Santa Clarita News

    Runners Recognize Fallen Palmdale Soldier

    Pvt. George Delgado felled by IED in Baghdad.


    Kings Lose to Stars 7-2

    Saturday, the Los Angeles Kings lost to the Dallas Stars at Staples. The final score was 7 to 2.

    On Tuesday, the Kings will travel to San Jose to face the Sharks.

    Dodgers Are Defeated

    The Dodgers lost to the Red Sox on Saturday night, 7-4.

    You can hear the next game live, Sunday March 30th, only on KHTS. The Dodgers will face Boston once again, and the action begins at 12:30pm.








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    Kellar Gets Support From New Community

    Bob Kellar Reelection Fundraiser to be held tonight at new Embassy Suite Hotel.

    For their first mainstream community event, the East Asian Community of Santa Clarita will come out to support Mayor Bob Kellar for his reelection campaign.  East Asian Community member Sarah Darabi said that although the organization has just begun this year, that they’re off to a great start.  “We have 4 organizers, and between 200-300 members.  And for just starting recently, it’s a great accomplishment.”  


    Get To Know The Candidates: Bob Spierer

    First of five interviews with City Council candidates.


    Thursday afternoon, City Council candidate Bob Spierer was on AM 1220 discussing his background, some hot local issues, and why he is running for Santa Clarita City Council.

    One of the hot button issues he spoke about was the proposed Henry Mayo Campus Expansion, most specifically how he would gauge the new information that comes out in the newly revised Environmental Impact Report.

    Boys And Girls Club Reveal Auction Theme

    Guests will spend “A Night on the Diamond”.

    Jr. High Student Hit By Car

    Victim airlifted to Children’s Hospital.ImageThe Hart School District is reporting that a seventh grade student was hit by a car this morning, near Rancho Pico Jr. High.


    The victim was airlifted, along with their mother to the Children’s Hospital.


    Assault Suspects Arrested

    Baseball bats, machete believed to be used in attack on 16 year old. 


    2008 Man And Woman Of The Year Nominees Announced

    Santa Clarita’s finest volunteers highlighted in yearly event.
    Wednesday night, nominations for the Santa Clarita Valley Man and Woman of the Year were announced.

    The recognition program highlights local volunteers who are nominated by non-profit organizations they work with.

    Each nominee will be recognized by the community for their efforts at a gala that will take place on Friday, May 2nd at the Hyatt. At the end of that evening, one Man and one Woman of the Year will be crowned.

    Here are the nominees: