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A chart-topping 35 Part-1 crimes kept deputies in Valencia busy last week; A Confidential report from the Childrens Special Investigation Unit that was leaked to the L.A. Times found Investigation Failures and poor decision making amongst other errors contributed to the deaths of 15 children, as young as two months old to 18 years old, in the Department of Children and Family Services.

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For the sixth year in a row, the Castaic Lake Water Agency has received the Operating Budget Excellence Award from the California Society of Municipal Finance Officers; Teachers can have a big impact on the lives of their students and Barnes and Noble wants to hear how from a teens perspective; Teachers can have a big impact on the lives of their students and Barnes and Noble wants to hear how from a teens perspective for a chance to win cash for their school; Ideas and suggestions are being solicited for the 60-acre Rivendale open space area; local weather.

Finally:
The L-A County Commission for Older Adults plans on visiting senior centers throughout the County to educate aging residents about the benefits of walking.

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