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1891 - President Benjamin Harrison stops at Saugus Depot, dines at Tolfree's Saugus Eating House [story]

SCV NewsBreak for Friday, April 24, 2015
Friday, Apr 24, 2015

Two Santa Clarita murder suspects have been deemed unfit for trial. Assemblyman Scott Wilk marched with thousands of Los Angeles residents to recognize the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Nurses at Henry Mayo Hospital will not be on strike on May 1. The Art Tree hosted a movie screening and...

SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, April 23, 2015
Thursday, Apr 23, 2015

A Canyon Country man accused of engaging in a relationship with an underage teen girl is expected to receive credit for time served at his hearing next month. A convicted drug dealer plead not guilty to one count of capital murder in the death of a former UCLA basketball player on Thursday. The Assembly...

SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Wednesday, Apr 22, 2015

An appellate court cleared the way for the Landmark Village project to move forward. All seven of the Hart District School’s have been ranked at an A minus or better in academics. Canyon High School senior Zack Bietsch received the Spirit of Sport Award from CIF. Golden Valley Sophomore Patrick...

SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015

The cause of death for a baby girl found dead in the cab of a truck back in January has been released. Two bills have taken aim at the high speed rail plan and now those two bills have been shot down. College of the Canyons is lending a helping hand to the Hart Union School Districts Robotics Team with...

SCV NewsBreak for Monday, April 20, 2015
Monday, Apr 20, 2015

The Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival mossied its way back into to town this weekend with over 8,000 people attending the annual festival. Poet Waddie Mitchell was honored with his own plaque on the Western Walk of Stars Saturday Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials are looking for one man...

SCV NewsBreak for Friday, April 17, 2015
Friday, Apr 17, 2015

Two Santa Clarita Valley court cases — an alleged  murder on the freeway, and another over sex crimes allegations— continued this week. Median home prices in the Santa Clarita Valley are peaking at $520K, the highest since 2007. The Einstein Academy and the former foundation CEO are going in different...

SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, April 16, 2015
Thursday, Apr 16, 2015

A Valencia doctor has been indicted for Medicare fraud. The owner and two employees of a medical supply company in Valencia have been charged in a recent Medmedicare conspiracy. A small earthquake struck early this morning five miles southeast of Santa Clarita. Reports of street racing on Sand Canyon...

SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Wednesday, Apr 15, 2015

An accomplice in a 2011 Halloween murder took a deal in court on Wednesday morning. Santa Clarita Sheriffs Deputies detained a suspected hit and run driver on Wednesday afternoon near Sand Canyon in Canyon Country. L.A. County Supervisors approved a proposal to clean out areas of the Santa Clara River...

SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Tuesday, Apr 14, 2015

A Canyon Country man accused of fatally shooting his father agreed to a plea deal Tuesday. The National Park Service has released the Rim of the Valley Draft Special Resource Study and Environmental Assessment for review. Cowboy Festival tickets are still on sale. Six women who made an impact on humanity...

SCV NewsBreak for Monday, April 13, 2015

Meeting to be held April 27th at Canyon High School Gym to Discuss the High Speed Rail Project New activities have been added to the line up for the 2015 Cowboy Poetry Festival City leaders endorse AB 266 dealing with medicinal marijuana The City held its 26th annual Earth Arbor Day Celebration at Central...

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Residents vote unanimously for the landfill's closure, send the supervisor community petitions, write numerous articles and hold rallies. When their pleas to Antonovich are ignored, something indeed smells.
His Majesty’s Silence | Commentary by Richard Hood
1891 - President Benjamin Harrison stops at Saugus Depot, dines at Tolfree's Saugus Eating House [story]
Scott Wilk marched with the masses today in Los Angeles, plus see what the director of the animated film "The Book of Life" had to say to kids at the Art Tree. Click the link to see those stories and more on tonight's special HD edition of SCV NewsBreak.
SCV NewsBreak for Friday, April 24, 2015
Two murder suspects have been deemed unfit for trial, an official said Friday.
Two Murder Suspects Not Competent For Trial
Los Angeles County officials are planning to deny a request by College of the Canyons to consolidate elections and use cumulative voting next November, officials said.
County To Deny COC Request for Election Change
The William S. Hart Union High School District board unanimously approved charter renewal for iLEAD’s founding school, SCVi Charter School on Wednesday, school officials said Friday.
SCVi Gets Charter Renewal Until 2020
With the theme “The Power of Me,” Sequoia Charter School presented the 2nd Annual Young Women’s Conference Friday at the Child and Family Center.
Conference Empowers Young Women at Sequoia Charter School
Thousands gathered Friday in Los Angeles for the March for Justice, recognizing the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide committed by the Ottoman Empire in modern-day Turkey.
Wilk Marches for Justice for Armenian Genocide Centennial
The Santa Clarita Valley’s only homeless shelter is asking for volunteer dentists, dental assistants and hygienists to help veterans in need, Bridge To Home officials said Friday.
Bridge to Home Seeking Health Volunteers
Storm finished strong with a 4-2 victory over Deportivo Coras U.S.A U23 Sunday at Golden Valley High School for the second leg of the team's United Premier Soccer League Admiral Cup Second Round fixture. Despite the win, the Storm fell in the leg after losing game one 4-1, unable to hold Deportivo off the scoreboard in game two.
Storm Win Game Two But Fail To Advance
The nurses at Henry Mayo will not be on strike May 1, after a productive negotiating session Thursday, hospital officials said.
Nurses Call Off Strike After Negotiations
The Pippins have added two UCLA Bruins to the 2015 roster, announcing the signing of right-handed pitcher Jake Bird and outfielder Dayton Provost.
Two SCV Ballplayers sign with Yakima of West Coast Baseball League
Celebrity and business donors are one thing, but foreign governments are quite another - especially when those governments practice omnipresent abuses of civil rights, especially those of women. Notably, donations kept pouring in to the Clinton Foundation after Hillary became Secretary of State in 2009.
Wronging Women’s Rights
1962 - SCV residents vote to connect to State Water Project, creating CLWA [story]
Two men with ties to Santa Clarita are facing criminal charges, plus the Newhall School District is adopting new voting districts. Click the link to see those stories and more on tonight's edition of SCV NewsBreak.
SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, April 23, 2015
Newhall School District officials are adopting voting districts for their November 2015 elections, officials said Thursday.
Newhall Schools Plan Move To District-Based Elections
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station has recently received numerous reports of catalytic converters being stolen from vehicles. The vast majority of the reports have involved thefts from Toyota Sequoia SUV.
Toyota Sequoias Extra Vulnerable to Thieves in SCV
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health recognizes National Infant Immunization Week by continuing to promote the importance of getting infants, toddlers and children vaccinated. Immunizations are the best protection for children against a number of dangerous diseases such as measles, pertussis, polio, hepatitis B, and chickenpox.
County Health Officials Urge Vaccinations for Kids
At Pitchess Detention Center in Castaic, the Sheriff's Department created an innovative training program for inmates that also diverted tons of materials from landfills.
Pitchess Jailers, Others to be Recognized for ‘Green Leadership’
During spring break, 20 Santa Clarita teens participated in the Teen Leadership Camp at Leo Carrillo State Park in Malibu.
Santa Clarita Teens Participate in Leadership Camp
Net earnings were at a record level for the Bank, totaling $347,000, an increase of nearly 40% over $248,000 earned in the first quarter of 2014. The Bank also reported that its loans totaled $167.6 million at quarter-end, an increase of $9.3 million or 6% over the year-earlier date.
Bank of Santa Clarita Profits Up 40% Over Year-ago Quarter
After almost a year of preparation, the 12th annual Summer Meltdown Austism Awareness Art & Music Festival takes over the Santa Clarita Skate Park this Saturday afternoon and evening. Nearly 40 bands will rock 3 stages, with live art creations, lots of good eats, lifestyle booths and plenty of good times.
SCV Entertainment Beat: Helen Wheels, Summer Meltdown
The Santa Clarita Public Library will celebrate Dia De Los Ninos/Dia De Los Libros with a free event at the Canyon Country Library on Saturday, April 25.
April 25: Dia de los Ninos y Libros at Canyon Country Biblioteca
California State University, Northridge is clearing the air. CSUN will become a smoke- and tobacco-free campus with the start of the fall semester this August.
CSUN Going Smoke- and Tobacco-free