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Two Santa Clarita Valley leaders are set to be honored by Valencia United Methodist Church officials on October 4, church officials announced Saturday. Rabbi Mark Blazer and Tim Davis will each receive a Community Ambassador Award from church officials at an outreach ministry benefit event called Fiddles, Vittles and Wine, according to a church news release. Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa...

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    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update September 03, 2014

    The Hart and Valencia football teams are ranked in the CIF Southern Section West Valley Division top 10. But both teams dropped in the polls after the first week of the season.

    Hart dropped from No. 3 to No. 5 after losing to Chino Hills in the opening week of high school football.

    Valencia dropped a spot to No. 6 and didn’t even play in the opening week.

    Valencia opens against Palmdale on Friday night.

    The Los Angeles Dodgers Beat The Washington Nationals 4-1

    In a game heard live on KHTS Tuesday night, the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Washington Nationals by a final score of 4-1.

    Tune in Wednesday for our next Dodger game against the Nationals. Pregame starts at 11:25am, on AM-1220 KHTS! 

    Los Angeles Dodgers on your Hometown Station AM 1220 KHTS.

    Is Water Barrel Storage Really The Best Option For A Water Emergency?

    The recent 6.0 earthquake in San Francisco has devastated families across the Bay Area, rupturing water lines and leaving several households without water for days. Though rescue agencies have reached out to those homes, limited resources make it vital that each household have their own emergency water supply.

    Santa Clarita Valley Detectives Nab 7 Suspects In Bike Path Robberies

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials have arrested a seventh and final suspect in connection with a series of armed robberies, officials said Tuesday. Raymond Gatica, 21, of Canyon Country, was arrested in June in connection with three reports of armed robberies committed in May. Pedro Palacios, 19, of Canyon Country, was arrested in July. The last suspect, a juvenile, was arrested over Labor Day weekend, according to Sheriff's Station officials.

    Santa Clarita Officials Respond To Social Media Privacy Bill For Students

    Santa Clarita Valley Officials Respond To Recent Social Media Privacy Bill For Students

    A bill looking at students’ privacy in school with respect to their social media activity passed the state Legislature recently, and is now on the governor’s desk.

    AB 1442 would require that parents be notified of a district’s information-collection policies, that students be given the opportunity to examine information collected about them and that any such information be destroyed within one year of a student turning 18 or leaving the district.

    SCV Youth Project's "Comic For The Cause" Is Coming This Month

    The SCV Youth Project Third Annual "Comics For The Cause" is just a few weeks away.

    Tickets Now On Sale For Ventura Dinner Cruise

    Tickets are now on sale for a Sept. 27 Ventura Harbor Village and Dinner Harbor Cruise, according to a city of Santa Clarita news release.


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    Anyone interested in attending the harbor cruise with dinner, which includes round-trip transportation via private charter bus, sign up before Sept. 19.

    Coroner IDs Woman Killed In Three-Car Collision Over Labor Day Weekend

    Officials with the Coroner's Office identified a woman who was killed in a three-car collision in Castaic over the Labor Day weekend, officials said Tuesday.

    In-Law Fight Leads To False Police Report Charge In Saugus (W/ 911 Tape)

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested a Santa Clarita woman after a fight with her in-law led to an alleged false police report Thursday, officials said. Tania Pena, 56, of Saugus, called sheriff’s deputies to her mother-in-law’s house on the 23300 block of Lady Linda Lane, after an argument, according to Sheriff’s Station offiicials. “We responded to a 911 call, and the woman calling said her mother-in-law was pointing a shotgun at her,” said Lt. Brenda Cambra of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update September 02, 2014

    Santa Clarita Christian quarterback Jonathan Saavedra opened the high school football season in record-setting fashion.

    He accounted for nine touchdowns, seven passing and two rushing, in his team’s 68-20 win over Lutheran High of Chula Vista.

    Saavedra passed for 529 yards and seven touchdowns, both school records. Four of his touchdown passes went to Cameron Lewis.