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TMC Lady Hoopsters Lose in 1st Round
Wednesday, Mar 18, 2015

For the third year in a row The Master’s College women’s basketball team made it to the 32-team NAIA National Championship Tournament, and for the third year in a row the Lady Mustangs lose their opening round game. Earlier Wednesday the 4th seeded Lady Mustangs lost to 5th seed Shawnee...

Hart Girls Hoops to Play at Golden Valley
Tuesday, Feb 17, 2015

Due to winter formal taking over the Hart High School gym, the Hart Indians girls basketball first round playoff game against Moorpark will be played Saturday at Golden Valley at 3 pm. The Indians, second place finisher in the Foothill League and 20-6 overall, will take on a Musketeers squad that finished...

CIF Soccer Playoff Brackets
Monday, Feb 16, 2015

The CIF Southern Section released the playoff brackets for high school soccer Monday with several Santa Clarita teams included.   Boys Soccer Hart will be going into the Division 4 playoffs as the No. 1 seed.  They will host the winner of the Santa Monica vs. Santa Paula wild card game on Friday. Despite...

CIF Playoffs Basketball Brackets

The CIF Southern Section released the playoff brackets for high school basketball Sunday with several Santa Clarita teams included.   Boys Basketball Foothill League co-champion Valencia has been seeded 12th in Division 1-AA and will play Quartz Hill (third place out of the Golden League) at home...

SCVTV to Televise Girls & Boys League Championship Basketball
Wednesday, Feb 11, 2015

Thursday night is championship basketball night as the Hart Indians will travel to Valencia to take on the Vikings in girls and boys basketball. Both games will be for the league championship. SCVTV will televise both games with the tape delay broadcast beginning with the girls game at 9 p.m. followed...

Karkenny Throws Perfect Game for TMC
Monday, Feb 9, 2015

Jason Karkenny’s transition to the starting rotation took a quantum leap forward Friday evening. The sophomore righthander made history against San Diego Christian, retiring all 27 Hawks he faced while hurling the program’s first-ever perfect game in a 6-0 TMC win. The masterpiece was the...

Athletes Make Choices on Signing Day
Wednesday, Feb 4, 2015

Several Santa Clarita high school athletes made their college sports plans known Wednesday, aka National Letter of Intent Signing Day. Four girls soccer players from Canyon all made their Division I choices official. Kyla Danforth will play at Seattle University; Kendall Bietsch at University of the...

Former Dodgers Put On Baseball Clinic for Little Leaguers
Monday, Jan 26, 2015

Reggie Smith Over 100 kids turned out at the new Santa Clarita Little League for a baseball clinic put on by Los Angeles Dodgers greats Reggie Smith and Bill Russell. Kids aged six to 12 were taught fielding and throwing techniques, as well as how to hit a baseball. “Anytime I get to… help someone...

Canyon’s Fallin Named All-State Quarterback

Canyon Cowboys sophomore quarterback Miles Fallin has been named to the CalHiSports.com All-State Sophomore Second Team. Fallin completed 178 of 312 passes (57%) for 2,808 yards, 29 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. The sophomore led Canyon to a third place finish in the Foothill League and a trip to...

Hart’s Nielsen Named All-State Punter

Hart Indians punter Andrew Nielsen was named to the CalHiSports.com All-State Junior Second Team. Nielsen averaged 40.7 yards per punt. In his second varsity season, Nielsen also made 46 of 55 PATs and 7 of 10 field goals for a total of 67 points.

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Three CalArts students are among the winners of this year's Princess Grace Awards, given to emerging artists in theater, dance and film in the form of scholarships, apprenticeships and fellowships.
3 CalArts Students Win Princess Grace Awards
The public hearings provide an opportunity to learn about the proposed project alternatives through displays and a short presentation summarizing the results of the environmental analysis. Attendees will be able to provide verbal and written comments.
Public Hearing Sat. on 138 Corridor Improvement Project
In 2016, scores improved at each of the tested grade levels (3-6) and subjects (mathematics and English-language arts).
Newhall District Students Excel in State Testing
Two Arts Sampler classes put on by the ARTree are open for registration and start Tuesday.
Art Classes for Ages 5-12 Start Tuesday; Sign Up
A place where students, community members and burgeoning entrepreneurs can explore ideas, connect with other like-minded individuals, and receive assistance to move forward with business ideas — that is the purpose of the Entrepreneurship Center at College of the Canyons.
COC Entrepreneurship Center to Host 3-Day Open House
A five-car crash left one man in the hospital with minor injuries and three lanes on the northbound side of State Route 14 shut down early Friday.
Five-Car Pileup on Freeway Sends 1 to Hospital
Women in California will have more reliable and effective access to birth control under a bill approved by the Senate on Friday and sent to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Lawmakers OK Pavley Bill Requiring Health Plans to Cover Year’s Supply of Birth Control Pills
Responding to lessons learned from the massive Aliso Canyon natural gas leak, the Senate on Friday sent to Gov. Jerry Brown a bill to establish proactive safety standards for natural gas storage wells.
Pavley’s Natural Gas Storage Safety Bill Goes to Governor
Juan Rodriguez, male Hispanic 50 years-old, drove from Palmdale to Cudahy expecting to meet a 17 year-old girl he had met and solicited on the internet. What he met was an undercover sheriff’s detective.
Task Force is Targeting Sex Buyers, Human Traffickers
The California Department of Parks and Recreation is lifting the closure of some of its Big Sur region state parks as firefighters begin to gain control of the Soberanes Fire.
Some Big Sur State Parks Reopening After Fire
Los Angeles City had – and might still have – about 6,800 buildings that lack inspections for periods of time covering months to multiple years. John Vidovich was put in place as fire marshal to clear out the backlog. It was learned he wasn't being truthful when he said he'd done it.
Where There’s Smoke | Commentary by Betty Arenson
1926 - Sheriff's Substation No. 6 dedicated in Newhall [story]
Tonight on SCV NewsBreak, the couple who are suspected of kidnapping a dead woman’s children are in custody Thursday after officers in Pueblo, Colorado arrested them. Plus, the community gives thanks to the first responders who fought at the frontline of the Sand Fire. Check out these stories and more on tonight's SCV NewsBreak.
SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, August 25, 2016
If you’ve walked in the Westfield Valencia Town Center mall lately, you may have noticed what appears to be a fine restaurant. At first glance, that is. A closer look reveals that something is not quite right.
That’s Not a Restaurant, It’s an Art Installation
Members of the Santa Clarita Artists' Association provide "healing art" for the Samuel Dixon Family Health Center in Newhall.
Local Artists Transform Rooms, Hallways at Newhall Dixon Center
The two suspects in the alleged kidnapping of three children belonging to a woman who was found dead in a remote area of Lebec were arrested earlier today in Pueblo, Colorado.
Suspects in Lebec Murder-Kidnap Captured in Colorado
The College of the Canyons women's volleyball program hosted its 2016 Alumni Game on Saturday, with more than a dozen former players returning to the Cougar Cage for a three-set exhibition vs. the 2016 team.
Current Players Edge Alums in COC Volleyball Matchup
The Master’s University volleyball team opened its home schedule Tuesday night by taking down Life Pacific College in three sets in front of a wild crowd on Bross Court.
Lady Mustangs to 3-2 with Win Over Life Pacific
The City of Santa Clarita will host the 22nd annual River Rally Cleanup and Environmental Expo on Saturday, Sept. 17
Sept. 17: Annual River Rally, Enviro Expo
Arts Tune-Up is a free half-day mini-conference for artists and arts administrators to network and establish new connections with one another, while learning about current trends in the field.
Oct. 1: County Workshop for Artists in Santa Clarita
Local law enforcement and family members of a man who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Newhall are still searching for answers.
Fundraiser Planned for Funeral of Man Killed in Newhall Hit-and-Run
The Assembly has approved a bill by Scott Wilk and Tom Lackey that would name a portion of State Highway Route 14 as the Senator Sharon Runner Memorial Highway.
Wilk-Lackey Bill Names Section of SR14 for Sharon Runner
The suspect barricaded himself inside his residence and is wanted for kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon.
Deputies Extract Suspect Wanted for Kidnapping, Assault
Legislation sponsored by Board of Equalization Member George Runner and fellow BOE members cleared the Legislature today when the State Assembly voted unanimously to approve AB 1559.
Runner: Legislature Votes to Extend Emergency Tax Relief
Executives with FivePoint, the parent company of Newhall Land and Farming, announced a $5,000 donation to help Santa Clarita Valley residents affected by the Sand Fire.
Newhall Land Owner FivePoint Donates $5K for Sand Fire Victims
U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Richard M. Rodriguez graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Rodriguez, VHS & COC Grad, Completes USAF Basic Training
Community: Canyon Country (West) Public Safety and Crime Report for the week of 08/15/16
Crime Blotter: Burglaries, Thefts in CC-West
Community: Valencia: Public Safety and Crime Report for the Week of 08/15/16
Crime Blotter: Thefts in Valencia, Carjacking Avoidance Tips
Community: Canyon Country (East) Public Safety/Crime Report for the week of 08/15/16
Crime Blotter: Thefts in Canyon Country-East
Saugus Public Safety and Crime Report for the week of 08/15/16 Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Crime Prevention Unit
Crime Blotter: Burglaries, Thefts in Saugus
Castaic/ Val Verde Public Safety/Crime Report for the week of August 14, 2016
Crime Blotter: Thefts in Castaic Area
A representative of Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich said: “The goal of the county is to get the approval of the CUP” (conditional use permit). There it was. The goal of the county is to get the expansion of the Chiquita Canyon Landfill approved.
Freudian Slip?
At first she thought it was a hummingbird. But at night, and so late? No, it wasn’t that at all. All of a sudden, this flying monster came closer at the speed of light, directly toward the light over Mari’s head.
What the Heck?
1916 - Woodrow Wilson signs act creating National Park Service; its first director is Stephen T. Mather, who made his fortune with the Santa Clarita Valley's borax mine and envisioned & put his own money into forming the Park Service [story]
Simpatico Systems LLC of Lubbock, Texas, announced the acquisition of Valencia-based AdageIT effective Aug. 1.
Texas IT-Security Firm Aquires Valencia-based AdageIT
Tonight on SCV NewsBreak, the three children who allegedly abducted after their mother was found dead in Lebec have been found. Click the link to see those stories and more on tonight's edition of SCV NewsBreak.
SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, August 24, 2016