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Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested a Valencia man on a robbery charge Friday morning, officials said Saturday. Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. Ryan Cruz, 20, of Valencia, was arrested after residents of a Valencia Summit neighborhood reported seeing a man running naked in the streets, according to Sheriff’s Station...

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Santa Clarita News

    Pilates Fair To Benefit Circle Of Hope

    Now’s your chance to experience the power of pilates.

    This Saturday, when you enroll in classes from 12 to 5pm, the money raised will go to benefit Circle of Hope, a non-profit group dedicated to assisting cancer patients in medical costs and comfort.


    It is asked that you please call to reserve a pilates class that day, priced at ½ hour for $50, 1 hour for $100.


    The day ends with a dance performance by the Pilates Teck Instructors at 5pm.


    Henry Mayo's Expansion Takes Center Stage

    CEO Roger Seaver and Smart Growth’s David Gauny go live with discussion.

    At 2:00 this afternoon, Roger Seaver and David Gauny, the two opposing sides at the head of the Henry Mayo Expansion discussion, talked about the plan live on Am 1220.


    Questions about traffic, G&L Realty, the scope of the expansion and another hospital in Santa Clarita were answered by both sides.


    Old Email Sparks Fears

    Sheriff’s urge residents to be weary about forwarded emails.

    An old email has resurfaced lately, and has caused many to forward it to KHTS looking for answers.


    The email warned that an Antelope Valley gang called Ballerz On Point may be heading into Santa Clarita to commit their crimes. It gave descriptions of gang related tattoos and how the gang members work.


    The email said that an influx of criminal activity may be due to the recent crackdown by Antelope Valley Sheriff’s Deputies.


    City Hosting Free Business Watch Meeting

    Santa Clarita Valley Businesses Working Toward a Safer Community.

    ImageThe City of Santa Clarita, in conjunction with the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station are encouraging local businesses to attend the Business Watch meeting, Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at 11:30 a.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce Office, located at 28460 Avenue Stanford, #100.

    Humanitarian Project This Saturday

    Help put together packages being sent to third world countries.

    This Saturday from 9:00am to 2:00pm, you can help put together packages headed for third world countries.

    So far, a volunteer group has assembled 1,500 hygiene kits, 600 school kits, 200 infant kits and 50 quilts that they plan on sending to their church headquarters, which will then send them out to countries in need.

    Dodgers Lose 5-3

    The Los Angeles Dodgers lost the first game in the series against the rival Giants, 5-3.

    The Dodgers will attempt to even up the three game set tomorrow.  Coverage begins at 6:30 on Your Hometown Station, AM 1220, KHTS.

    Dodger Day Draws Thousands

    Santa Clarita in the spotlight at Dodger Stadium.

    Emergency Responders Show Off Gadgets

    The Emergency Expo fills COC parking lot with demonstrations.

    Image“Get prepared” was the basic message of Santa Clarita’s Emergency Expo that was held on Saturday, and the vendors on site delivered quite a bit of motivation to do just that.


    Silver Spur Goes To Rita Garasi

    COC Foundation’s prestigious award goes to long time community advocate.

    Saturday night, College of the Canyons Foundation bestowed its most prominent award on Rita Garasi, a Santa Clarita resident since 1970.


    Her accomplishments were called to light at the Sony Studios Corporate Headquarters.


    KHTS Special Broadcast To Feature Henry Mayo/G&L Realty Expansion

    The two sides will answer questions about the plan.

    On Tuesday, April 24th, Henry Mayo CEO Roger Seaver and Smart Growth SCV head David Gauny will be in the KHTS studio to answer questions regarding the Henry Mayo Expansion plan.


    Tune into AM 1220 at 2:00pm for the show.


    The issue sparked much debate during its run at the Planning Commission level, and it will go before the City Council in the coming months.