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1919 - Mike Shuman, Placerita Junior High School principal, born in Fitchburg, Mass. [story]

SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Tuesday, Jul 7, 2015

A parolee who pulled a small kitchen knife on his family on Monday night was arrested two hours after he refused to leave the house. Senate Bill 128 came to a screeching halt today after a lack of votes on the Assembly Health Committee shut it down. California legislators are looking to host a re-vote...

SCV NewsBreak for Monday, July 6, 2015
Monday, Jul 6, 2015

A Saugus High School wood shop teacher has won the Stiles machinery contest and earned the school a new woodworking machine. Assemblyman Scott Wilk has introduced legislation to name the Golden Valley Road Bridge in honor of “road warrior” Connie Worden-Roberts. About 3,400 weapons were turned into...

SCV NewsBreak for Friday, July 3, 2015
Friday, Jul 3, 2015

Two people were arrested on Thursday afternoon after attempting to steal items from the Valencia Target. An ex-Saugus High School student who was charged in the fatal shooting of her mother was sentenced on Thursday. Los Angeles County Fire Department has issued a response to the Calgrove Fire. Congressman...

SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, July 2, 2015
Thursday, Jul 2, 2015

Valencia Water Company will be conducting visual water inspections starting July 13. The Santa Clarita Fourth of July parade is this Saturday A new webcam is giving residents a birds-eye-view of the bridge widening construction on Golden Valley Road. Temperatures have been topping out in the upper 90s...

SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Wednesday, Jul 1, 2015

A flex alert has been issued by the California Independent System Operator for Wednesday. A new bill which could help community colleges throughout California receive funding for physical education classes went through the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday. The City of Santa Clarita launched an...

SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Tuesday, Jun 30, 2015

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill into law that will make it a requirement for nearly all school children to be vaccinated. A Castaic Elementary School teacher who stands accused of child molestation was arraigned on Tuesday. The U.S. Track and Field National Championships in Eugene, Oregon were successful...

SCV NewsBreak for Monday, June 29, 2015
Monday, Jun 29, 2015

State Board of Equalization Vice Chair George Runner and Member Fiona Ma are co-sponsoring a resolution that calls on the president and Congress to support policies allowing banks and credit unions to provide financial services to those in the medical cannabis industry. The former owner of Ezcor Medical...

SCV NewsBreak for Friday, June 26, 2015
Friday, Jun 26, 2015

A fire which tore through a Canyon Country mini-storage facility on Thursday night claimed 18 units, including one full of items to be donated to people suffering from spinal cord injuries. Underwater Hockey National made their way to the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center for day one of their three-day national...

SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, June 25, 2015
Thursday, Jun 25, 2015

The Calgrove Fire is contained and no longer threatening structures. Illegal fireworks will be prohibited in the Santa Clarita Valley this Fourth of July. An increase in car thefts have prompted Santa Clarita to promote car safety. The Santa Clarita Marathon is back. Plus weather and entertainment. SCV...

SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015

ED NOTE: WED 7:15PM ‪#‎CalgroveFire‬ holding at 200 acres with 25% containment… Streets that are closed will remain closed until at least 8:30PM Two fires broke out in the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday afternoon burning over 100 acres off the 5 and 14 freeways. Santa Clarita Sheriffs...

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Mayor Michael D. Antonovich announced that the two CL-415 SuperScoopers fire-fighting aircraft leased from the government of Quebec will arrive for service in Los Angeles County on Sept. 1.
Sept. 1: SuperScoopers to Arrive in L.A. County
On June 22, 2015, at approximately 4:30 PM, the individual pictured here entered a local business in the 24400 block of Magic Mountain Parkway in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Wanted: Info on Man Fleeing Store with Merchandise
Funeral services will be held Thursday for longtime Santa Clarita Valley resident James "Jay" Rodgers, who died June 26 at age 86.
Funeral Service Thursday for Saugus Homebuilder Jay Rodgers
Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe is proud to announce that the county's Safe Surrender Baby program celebrated success for the eighth time this year with the report of a safely surrendered newborn baby boy last week.
Baby Boy Safely Surrendered at Tarzana Fire Station
Several California legislators are looking to host a public re-vote of the 2008 voter-approved high-speed rail bond financing.
Lawmakers Looking to Lick High-Speed Rail
Bonefish Grill, a chain restaurant specializing in market-fresh fish from around the world and other savory wood-grilled specialties, will be opening its third California location at the Westfield Valencia Town Center on Monday, Aug. 10. The company is looking to hire 120 Santa Clarita Valley residents.
Bonefish Grill to Open in Town Center; Now Hiring
It’s easy to forget that before 1966, roughly half of all American seniors were uninsured, living in fear that the high cost of health care could plunge not only them, but also their families, into poverty.
Medicare, Medicaid Turn 50
Each year the Domestic Violence Center participates in the Santa Clarita "Dancing With Our Stars" event. This year we are hosting our very own Dancing With Our DVC Star event on July 18.
Domestic Violence Center News (7-7-2015)
The City of Santa Clarita is once again presenting Dive-In Movies this Saturday, July 11, come out relax poolside at the Santa Clarita Aquatic Center while enjoying "The Lego Movie."
Dive Into ‘Lego Movie’ Saturday
The Santa Clarita Public Library invites readers of all ages to participate in the free 2015 “Read to the Rhythm” Summer Reading Program.
Spaces Available in Library’s Summer Reading Program
In Santa Clarita, being “green” and taking care of the environment is a way of life. Take this short quiz to see how much you know about the environment and learn about ways you can help conserve our resources.
Take City’s Eco Quiz for Chance to Win Prize
The Santa Clarita Rotary Club raised over $800 for the Triumph Foundation at the Annual Pancake Breakfast on the Fourth of July.
Rotarians Raise Hundreds for Charity Devastated by Fire
Saugus High graduate Abbey Weitzeil won a gold and silver medal in swimming at the World University Games in Korea.
Santa Clarita Sports Report: July 07, 2015
Three out of 4 American adults — including 7 in 10 cigarette smokers — favor raising the minimum age of sale for all tobacco products to 21, according to an article by CDC published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.
CDC Study: Most U.S. Adults Want to Raise Tobacco Age
1919 - Mike Shuman, Placerita Junior High School principal, born in Fitchburg, Mass. [story]
From "That 70's Show" and "CSI:NY" to "Make It or Break It" and "Switched at Birth," production designer Richard Ramirez Jr. will tell us how shows are designed, and why so many producers like filming in Santa Clarita.
Next ARTree Lecture: The Art of Designing TV
Tonight on SCV NewsBreak, A Saugus High School teacher helped students win a contest by shaving off his 30-year-old beard. Plus, Caltrans has some scheduled closures for this week, see how your commute might be affected. Click the link to see those stories and more on tonight's edition of SCV NewsBreak.
SCV NewsBreak for Monday, July 6, 2015
Expanding a nascent Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies program that she built with the help of a diverse cast of faculty colleagues, Nayereh Tohidi returns to campus this August from a one-semester leave — excited to educate more CSUN students about the political, cultural and religious challenges facing people in the Middle East.
Middle Eastern, Islamic Studies Blossom at CSUN
As the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s new chairman of the board, Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas met with state officials in Sacramento Monday to unveil his vision for Los Angeles County’s rapidly expanding public transit system and to seek millions in grant funding for various projects.
Ridley-Thomas Stumps for New Sales Tax for Rail, Highways
More than five tons of weapons confiscated within in Los Angeles County were melted Monday into rebar that will be used in road and bridge construction projects in California, Arizona and Nevada.
Swords to Ploughshares: 3,400 Guns Melted Into Rebar
Between Friday, July 3, through Sunday, July 5, the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to 244 calls for services regarding fireworks, seized more than 200 pounds of illegal fireworks and cited two people for illegal fireworks use.
July 4th Holiday Weekend Keeps Authorities Busy
This week's events and activities from the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce.
SCV Chamber This Week (7-6-2015)
Preparations are well underway as the City of Santa Clarita local organizing committee, Host Town Santa Clarita, prepares to welcome visiting delegates from El Salvador, Faroe Islands, Philippines and Malawi.
Santa Clarita Prepping for Special Olympics World Games