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Santa Clarita 'Heads Up' Video Contest Winners Announced — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220
$7,500 in prizes have been awarded to teen filmmakers, with the grand-prize winning film set to air in local movie theaters.
San Fernando’s former JC Penney building sits abandoned, in a downtown that misses it
The closed J. C. Penney store has sat empty along San Fernando road for almost 6 years, leaving some local business struggling without a large anchor store to draw in customers. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)
Family of Girl Killed in Street Racing Crash Upset Over Fundraiser for Paul Walker’s Charity at COC
A Santa Clarita man whose daughter died in a street racing crash is hoping to halt a fundraiser involving a charity founded by the late Paul Walker on the College of the Canyons campus over concerns that it glorifies street racing. Rick Chambers reports for the KTLA 5 News at 10 on May 18, 2018.
L.A. County Sheriff’s Deputy Charged With Sexually Assaulting 6 Women Inside Jail Faces Another Accusation
The officer ordered her to take off her clothes, then groped her breasts, the woman said. She claimed the lawman forced her into sexual acts again and again, threatening to remove her from educational classes if she did not comply.
Let's look behind the construction walls at Six Flags Magic Mountain
Riders will board the pendulum disc on the central platform, which also is now complete. The next steps are to build the queue structure and... oh yes, to install that ride.
2 people hurt in Fillmore single-vehicle crash
One victim was initially reported as being trapped inside the vehicle, but was eventually able to exit and did not require extrication by authorities. They were taken to a hospital in unknown condition, according to authorities.
SoCal Man Wins 4 Lottery Prizes — Including Ones Worth $5 Million and $1 Million — Within Months
A lucky lottery player from Southern California has won more than $6 million in prizes in the past six months, including one worth a staggering $5 million, state lottery officials announced Friday.
UPDATE: Twin skinhead thugs sought in Newhall daytime robbery
“This was a strong arm robbery,” Lt. Leo Bauer told The Signal, noting that a man was robbed outside of the Valencia Liquors store at the intersection. A strong-arm robbery means no weapons were involved.
Santa Clarita Celebrates Armed Forces Day — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220
The 6th annual Veterans Appreciation Day, hosted by Help the Children, brought Santa Clarita veterans together to celebrate Armed Forces Day.
Registered Sex Offender Convicted of Rape, Sexually Abusing Minors in Whittier
Richie Esquivel Corvera, of Whittier, appeared in court Thursday and pleaded no contest to one count of forcible rape on a child victim over 14 years and two counts of unlawful sexual intercourse, anews releaseread.
Canyon Country Woman Killed In Fatal Saugus Crash On Bouquet Canyon
Wednesday night, 28-year-old Shaunta Jackson of Canyon Country was killed when a car pulling out of a residential driveway struck her car as she drove south on Bouquet Canyon Road, near Seco Canyon Road, around 9:50 p.m., said Lt. David Smith with the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.
Cold-Blooded? Blac Chyna’s Longtime Assistant Died And She Reportedly Didn't Give A Dime To Help Her
According toThe Blast, Hernandez had a stroke in July of 2017. She was told not to work but she had children to provide for. This past January, she had a brain hemorrhage at Blac Chyna's salon in Encino, California. Hernandez's family is now suing Chyna claiming she "abused" her and didn’t provide
Chatsworth softball wins 18th straight in Open Division City title victory
“When I was a freshman, the first time I met him (Forgerson) I didn’t like him,” Salzman said as she cradled the championship plaque with two arms. “He turned out to be the best coach I’ve ever had.”
Summer Safety: Rattlesnakes Waking Up In Santa Clarita, Ways To Avoid Venomous Bites
Rattlesnakes in the Santa Clarita area are starting to come out of hibernation with the warmer temperatures, and residents are being warned to avoid the reptiles, and seek medical attention if they are bitten.
David Hegg: Drive-thru fever is killing us
As an ardent observer of our society, I have recently come to see that one of the greatest challenges presented to us in the last few decades has been the drive-thru. Yes, my friends, that fast lane at the fast food restaurant might just be the equivalent of Harold Hill’s pool hall. Maybe it’s time
Woman accused of killing boyfriend appears in court
Reyanna Villarreal, 25, arrived at Los Angeles County Superior Court in San Fernando, to set a date for her preliminary hearing. Instead, she was ordered to return to court in a month when the prelim date could be set then.
Tired of Hoping My Son Comes Home From School -
—As I write this, I mourn for the families in Santa Fe, Texas, as I still mourn for the families in Parkland, FL and Palmdale, CA and Ocala, FL and Raytown, MO and Gloversville, NY and Lexington Park, MD and Seaside, CA and Mobile, AL and Birmingham, AL and Jackson, MI and Mount Pleasant, MI and Itt
Southern Smoke BBQ Liquor License ‘Under Investigation’ After Owner’s Sexual Battery Conviction — Hometown Station | KHTS FM 98.1 & AM 1220
As a result of the conviction, the restaurant is at risk of losing their liquor license under the “moral turpitude” section of the California business code, according to the Department of Alcohol and Beverages Control.
Fourth Annual Firefighter Memorial Ride Benefiting Widows and Orphans Returns to Santa Clarita
The fourth annual Firefighter Memorial Ride is set to cruise through Santa Clarita at the end of May, benefiting the Los Angeles County Fire Department widows and orphans fund, officials said.
Starbucks apologizes for racial slur written on Latino customer's cup
Less than two weeks before Starbucks is set to close its 8,000 company-owned stores foran afternoon of racial-bias training, the company issued yet another apology for a racist incident that occurred in one of its California stores.