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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies corraled two loose pigs Wednesday, officials said, returning the animals to their rightful owners after the hogs cut loose into traffic. Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Santa Clarita residents reported two pigs on the loose around 8:15 a.m., running free down two streets in Newhall, according...

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    Countdown To Cowboy Town

    15th annual cowboy festival rides back into town.

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    Beanie Babies Find Home At Holy Cross Emergency Dept

    Two local businesses donate to hospital.

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    KHTS Distinguished Home Revisited!

    Did you miss the most recent selection for the KHTS Distinguished Home section of our site? Every month, KHTS highlights a special Santa Clarita residence for our Distingushed Home feature. Our December selection- the Younger home- can be found by clicking the link below. Check it out today!


    Click here to check out the most recent KHTS Distinguished Home! 



    Radio Show Highlights Real Estate Investment

    Program aims to take the guess work out of real estate investing.


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    Laurene Weste In Car Accident

    Updated 12:42pm, Wednesday, January 9th, 2008.


    Councilwoman Laurene Weste was involved in a vehicle accident on her way to Tuesday night’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting. 


    According to Lt. Lowe of the Sheriff's Department, Councilwoman Weste sustained moderate injuries and was was transported to Henry Mayo Hospital, where she was still  being treated, as of 12:00pm today.


    Santa Clarita City Council Rejects Feinstein's Cemex Proposal

    Historic mining levels don’t budge, bond issue picked apart.

    ImageTuesday night, the Santa Clarita City Council heard a staff report regarding U.S. Senator Diane Feinstein’s two proposals to help resolve the dispute between Santa Clarita and Cemex.


    Hometown Sports Report 1-10-08

    Hometown Sports Report 1-10-08

    College of the Canyons Women’s Basketball won their Western State Conference opener last night, defeating Citrus in Glendora, 105-89.


    Sheriff's VIDA Program Sign-Ups Thursday

    Successful teen intervention program starts new session.


    Sign-ups for the upcoming session of the VIDA Program or Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives, is a 16-week program designed to assist "at-risk" youth between the ages of 12 and 17 by redirecting negative behavior into positive alternatives will be held Thursday, Jan. 10 at 7 p.m.

    High School Student Raises Money For Disaster Coalition

    Alemany student working for local cause, even if she isn’t local.

    ImageKristelle Padilla isn’t from Santa Clarita, but that didn’t stop her from working to raise money for Santa Clarita families who were impacted by the SCV wildfires.


    Program Creates Sexual Trafficking Awareness

    Soroptimist International initiates project to prevent sexual exploitation.

    On Sunday December 2, 2007, the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, the Soroptimist International launched a project to create awareness about the heinous practice of Sexual Trafficking of Women and Girls.  That program will launch in the United States on Friday, January 11, 2008, the first National Day of Human Trafficking Awareness.


    What is trafficking?