[Sign Up Now] to Receive Our FREE Daily SCVTV-SCVNews Digest by E-Mail

Santa Clarita CA
Today in
S.C.V. History
May 6
1971 - Fort Tejon added to National Register of Historic Places [story]

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.

SCVTV / SCVNews.com
Network Feed
Newest Additions to SCVNews.com
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies are investigating a report of assault in Canyon Country, officials said Wednesday.
BREAKING: Report of Assault in Canyon Country
Street painting is returning to Santa Clarita at “Chalk Art Slam” this Thursday in downtown Newhall. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to be amazed once again as artists create magic on the pavement.
Chalk Art Returns | Commentary by Stephanie O’Connor
Newhall School District officials approved the move to a district-based election Tuesday on a 4-1 vote, officials said.
Newhall District Moves Forward with New Voting Districts
The National Day of Prayer is an annual event held on the first Thursday of May; with the theme “Lord, Hear Our Cry,” the 64th annual National Day of Prayer will be happening Thursday, May 7, 2015.
National Day of Prayer Thursday
1971 - Fort Tejon added to National Register of Historic Places [story]
Are you a Panera Bread fan? The company announced some new ingredient changes. Plus see how two local schools were honored by California and what a principal had to say. Click the link to see those stories and more on tonight's edition of SCV NewsBreak with Jessica Boyer.
SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, May 5, 2015
On May 10 outside the State Capitol building in Sacramento, 144 cyclists from 18 elite professional teams will line up to begin eight days of fierce competition in the 2015 Amgen Tour of California.
Team Rosters Announced for Amgen Tour of California
n unparalleled list of riders is preparing to compete in the unprecedented three-day women’s road race as part of the 2015 Amgen Tour of California.
Amgen Tour Women’s Road Race Team Rosters Announced
The Valencia SNAP Flyers are pleased to announce their 3rd Annual Skate-a-Thon fundraiser scheduled for May 30th at the Ice Station in Valencia, CA. The Skate-a-Thon will begin at 11:30am and conclude with a special hockey exhibition at 3:00pm. Proceeds from this event will support SNAP Sports and the Valencia SNAP Flyers Hockey Club and their efforts to continue providing quality programming to an underserved population.
Ice Station Valencia To Host 3rd Annual Skate-A-Thon Fundraiser To Benefit Special Needs Hockey
City Manager Ken Striplin presented the 2015-16 budget proposal at Tuesday night's joint study session of the Santa Clarita City Council and commissions.
City Manager Delivers 2015-16 Budget Proposal
The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges has granted Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences a six-year accreditation status through the year 2021.
Einstein Academy Receives Coveted 6-year Accreditation
We have seen many kids punch, even knock out, teachers in classroom situations or on school grounds, and that’s them “acting out because of their environment.” We are supposed to make excuses for them and not hold them accountable. But a mom gets physical to ensure her child does not act out criminal behavior, and suddenly it’s the end of the world?
Injecting Race | Commentary by Joe Messina
Parenting.com named its top 10 safest cities in the nation for 2014 and Santa Clarita California ranked third.
Parenting.com Ranks Santa Clarita 3rd Safest U.S. City
Carnival Corporation & plc, the largest cruise company in the world, announced that the new ship currently under construction for Princess Cruises will be based in China year-round when introduced in summer 2017. Based in Shanghai, the ship will be the first year-round international luxury vessel designed and built specifically for Chinese guests.
Next Princess Ship Based Year-round in China
A dedication ceremony for a new amphitheatre at the L.A. County High School for the Arts will be held May 12 to honor Supervisor Michael Antonovich, a co-founder of the school whose generous $875,000 grant enabled completion of the 600-seat outdoor performance space.
May 12: ‘Antonovich Amphitheatre’ to be Dedicated in L.A.
Following a large response from the Santa Clarita community, United States Postal Service officials recently announced their top choice for the Newhall Post Office at a location on Lyons Avenue in the Newhall community.
Mayor: Post Office Returning to Newhall
Castaic Middle School has been honored with the state’s new Gold Ribbon School Award by the California Distinguished Schools Program.
Castaic Middle School is Honored with Gold Ribbon Award
Elizabeth Rydall is a mother, teacher, artist, blogger and breast cancer survivor. Her journey is a mélange of discoveries, disappointments, victories, revelations and relationships. Her upcoming art show, “22 Months,” will feature paintings, sculptures and photographs that dive into the realities and rawness of cancer as well as the potential to find beauty and joy in any circumstances.
May 14: Exhibit Reveals Local Artist’s Journey Through Breast Cancer
The Ford Theatres 2015 summer season is preempted due to renovations, so the Los Angeles County Arts Commission is taking the Ford on the Road. Events include more than 30 free JAM Sessions taking place all over LA County including Newhall from May to October.
First Thursdays: Ford Theatres JAM Sessions Return to Newhall
Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe is proud to announce that the County’s Safe Surrender Program celebrated success for the fifth time this year with the report of a safely surrendered newborn baby girl over the weekend. This most recent Safe Surrender occurred on May 2 at a hospital in Lynwood.
Baby Girl ‘Safely Surrendered’ in Lynwood
Castaic Union School District officials have put Superintendent Jim Gibson on paid administrative leave following a board vote Monday, officials said.
Castaic Schools Chief Placed on Leave
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson announced that Saugus High School is being recognized as a California Gold Ribbon School for 2015.
Saugus High School Earns Gold-Ribbon Status
Two California lawmakers were enough to derail a proposal that would have allowed police officers to give roadside drug breathalyzer-type tests in order to identify wasted drivers.
Lackey’s ‘Drugalyzer’ Bill Dies on 2-1 Vote; 4 Abstain