Will Santa Clarita gain a reputation as a place that supports the arts with new galleries, grant programs and film festivals? That seems to be the direction the city is going with a draft Arts Master Plan, unveiled in a public meeting Wednesday evening.
SoCal theme parks, including Disneyland and Universal Studios Hollywood, are taking steps to increase security and safety to park-goers.
Dozens of vendors and community members turned out to support Santa Clarita veterans at the Newhall American Legion Hall Post 507 Holiday Boutique this past Sunday.
Six Flags Magic Mountain’s Fright Fest opened for the season this past weekend with new scare zones, shows and fright.
Six Flags Magic Mountain officials held their Twisted Colossus Media Day Wednesday and gave KHTS AM-1220 a sneak peek into the new Screampunk District and a chance to take the new rollercoaster for a spin.
Twisted Colossus, Six Flags Magic Mountain’s newest ride, is set to open this May in Santa Clarita and construction crews are about to complete the testing of the ride.
The SCV Child & Family Center is welcoming the community to its biggest fundraiser of the year, the 27th annual Taste of the Town in Santa Clarita, on Sunday.
The 2013 Country Showdown Finalist Suzanne Harper is continuing to pursue her dream and is planning to fly out to Nashville, Tennessee this weekend to record an album with John Carter Cash.
Santa Clarita Valley history buffs and those who want to learn more about the history of the community are invited to tour the St. Francis Dam disaster site and attend a symposium about the failure of the dam.
After all of the sweat, tears and hours of practicing, the long road to the 2014 Country Showdown Nationals has come to an end.
A Santa Clarita Valley make-up artist, business owner and writer of “It’s Not Over Yet!: Reclaiming your REAL BEAUTY POWER in your 40’s 50’s and Beyond” is planning to host a book signing event to help women reclaim their real beauty power.
Remo, Inc., a Santa Clarita Valley company that makes innovative drums, donated 30 drums to the SCVi Charter School in Castaic Tuesday morning.
Tickets went on sale Monday and organizers are gearing up for the 2015 Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival.
Nearly 1,000 West Creek Academy students, parents, administrators and teachers created a “living painting” of a piano Friday.
More than 150 Santa Clarita Valley community members showed their support for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles at the third annual Bowling For Kids event in Newhall Sunday.
While you’re spending time with family, drinking eggnog and baking cookies for Santa Claus, KHTS AM 1220 will be monitoring the skies and posting real-time updates of when Santa is spotted.