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2002 - LASD Deputy David March, Canyon grad & Saugus resident, murdered during traffic stop [story]

SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, April 28, 2016
Thursday, Apr 28, 2016

A 30-year-old Northridge man was killed after his motorcycle struck a raised curb and ejected him from the bike early Thursday morning. A few acres were charred this afternoon when a brush fire was reported near Plum Canyon Road. Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital invited the public to an informational meeting...

SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Wednesday, Apr 27, 2016

City Council unanimously approved a temporary moratorium designed to stop certain types of businesses from developing in Old Town Newhall. Some ROP students were honored for their achievements Tuesday night. 90 elementary students got artsy over their spring break this year. The 13th Annual Summer Meltdown...

SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Tuesday, Apr 26, 2016

Two men were killed and another is in critical condition after their car struck a power pole in Newhall early Tuesday morning. Drumming icon and founder and CEO Remo, Inc. Remo Belli died Monday due to complications from pneumonia. Hundred-year-old Doreetha Daniels was honored Tuesday morning by the...

SCV NewsBreak for Monday, April 25, 2016
Monday, Apr 25, 2016

The student who assaulted a special education student at West Ranch High School was arrested Friday for battery and is detained under a battery charge. City Council will be voting Tuesday on a proposed 45 day moratorium restricting certain types of businesses from developing on Main Street in Newhall. William...

SCV NewsBreak for Friday, April 22, 2016
Friday, Apr 22, 2016

Old Town Newhall now shines a little brighter with the induction of two new stars on Main Street. If you were in Canyon Country on Friday afternoon you might have heard a little rhythm and blues coming from Canyon High as the school hosted its first Jazz Festival. Hart Park and Main Street are undergoing...

SCV NewsBreak for Thursday, April 21, 2016
Thursday, Apr 21, 2016

The glass door of a new restaurant in Old Town Newhall was shattered last night when an intruder reportedly broke-in. Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital is inviting the public to attend a meeting to discuss proposed improvements to the hospital. Robots, computers and gadgets of all kinds came with over 150...

SCV NewsBreak for Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Wednesday, Apr 20, 2016

A Valencia man is set to serve one year in county jail for taping a cat’s paws together. The 23rd Annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival will feature new and popular Wild West activities this weekend. Attendees to the fourth annual Chili Cook off dined, danced and donated on Tuesday. Work is in full...

SCV NewsBreak for Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Tuesday, Apr 19, 2016

The parents of a man killed in a deputy-involved shooting in Canyon Country have filed a civil rights lawsuit against the county of Los Angeles and the Sheriff’s Department. The city of Santa Clarita is hosting an open house Wednesday night for residents to share their feedback about the future of...

SCV NewsBreak for Monday, April 18, 2016
Monday, Apr 18, 2016

Sport Chalet announced Saturday that it will be closing its doors. Keep your eyes peeled when you’re in your favorite SCV restaurants: the Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita’s Fairy Festival Scavenger Hunt officially began Monday. Nearly all 452 seats at the new Canyon High School performing...

SCV NewsBreak for Friday, April 15, 2016
Friday, Apr 15, 2016

Los Angeles County Fire officials say a 32.8 acre brush fire near Copper Hill early Friday is believed to have been caused by power lines arching. The SCV Education Foundation honored some of the best teachers in the SCV Thursday night at the COC Performing Arts Center. Some local elementary students...

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I am pleased to report that my legislation to combat the prevalence of synthetic cannabinoids like “spice” and “K2” in communities across California passed the Senate Governance and Finance Committee earlier this month.
Law to Regulate Synthetic Drugs Passes First Committee | Commentary by Sharon Runner
California’s hard working students should be the number one priority of our public universities, but sadly that is not always the case.
California Students First | Commentary by Sen. Sharon Runner
Urban search-and-rescue members from the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) and Virginia Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department have joined a response team deployed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to support the Ecuadorian government after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the country on April 16.
LACoFD Joins Response Team in Ecuador in Light of Earthquake
The first Alzheimer’s Association California Southland Chapter’s 2016 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Team Captain Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, 2016 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
May 25: First Walk to End Alzheimer’s Team Captain Meeting
Legislative and district update from Sen. Sharon Runner for April 29, 2016.
Around the District with Sen. Sharon Runner
Parents and teachers are welcome to "The Brain: Unlocking the Key to Your Child's Social, Behavioral and Academic Struggles" at College of the Canyons today in the Dianne G. Van Hook University Center at 7 pm.
April 29: Lecture with Dr. Melillo at COC
Acting to ensure that public safety will be protected before storage activity can resume at the Aliso Canyon gas storage facility, the Assembly today approved urgency legislation authored by Senator Fran Pavley.
Assembly Overwhelmingly Approves Aliso Canyon Safety Bill
On May 12, 2016, 2,300 law enforcement personnel form across the nation will participate in the Police Unity Tour.
May 12: Police Unity Tour to Raise Awareness for Fallen Peace Officers
Henry Mayo Fitness and Health, a new, full service integrated fitness center, is pleased to announce the appointment of Sharlene Duzick as Member Services Director.
Henry Mayo Fitness and Health Announces New Membership Director
The 13th annual Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Art & Music Festival takes over Central Park Saturday, and we have the winners of last week’s SCV Rock Beat random drawing for free tickets, courtesy the Yes I Can students who stage the show.
SCV Rock Beat: Summer Meltdown, Ventura Blues, Delgados on House Blend
The Santa Clarita Philharmonic, led by music director Jeffrey Gilbert, announces the third and final concert of the 2015-2016 season on Sunday, May 15 at 3p.m.
May 15: Season’s Final Philharmonic to Feature Young, Local Talent
Start sending in registrations and gearing up to join The Painted Turtle team for the annual bike ride and first annual "walk/run/roll" to benefit The Painted Turtle camp.
October 15: Tour de Turtle, Turtle Trek Raising Funds to Bring Kids to Camp
Crime Information and Public Safety Report for Valencia: Week of April 18th - April 24th
Crime Blotter: Grand Theft, Petty Theft in Valencia
Public Safety and Crime Information Report for Canyon Country (West): Week of April 18th- April 24th
Crime Blotter: Residential Burglary, Commercial Burglary in Canyon Country West
Crime Information and Public Safety Report for Castaic/ Val Verde: Week of April 18th - April 24th
Crime Blotter: Theft in Castaic, Val Verde
Crime Information Report and Public Safety Information for Stevenson Ranch for April 18th - April 24th
Crime Blotter: Burglary, Grand Theft Auto in Stevenson Ranch
Hillary remains impervious to her hypocrisy in receiving millions of dollars in speaking fees from the very entities and people she professes to despise.
Talk is Cheap (Not) | Commentary by Betty Arenson
2002 - LASD Deputy David March, Canyon grad & Saugus resident, murdered during traffic stop [story]
The College of the Canyons men's golf team has been crowned champion of the Western State Conference (WSC) for a seventh consecutive year, after finishing the regular season with six straight tournament wins.
COC Golf Wins WSC Title for 7th Straight Year
The College of the Canyons swim team had its best showing at a Western State Conference (WSC) Finals event in program history last weekend, with the COC men's team finishing third and the women's team taking seventh while setting several new school records.
COC Swim Posts Strong Times at WSC Finals
The College of the Canyons track & field program hosted the Western State Conference (WSC) Prelims on Friday, with the Cougars men's and women's teams able to take advantage of the familiar surroundings.
COC Track & Field Wins Three Titles & Qualifies in 23 Spots at WSC Prelims
Some games are worth forgetting. Tuesday afternoon's game against Bethesda would be one of those for The Master's College.
TMC Baseball Falls to Bethesda
For the second consecutive year, The Master’s College golf team has been named conference champions after carding a collective score of 904 (300-302-302) at the 2016 Golden State Athletic Conference Championship on the greens of the Industry Hills Golf Club at Pacific Palms.
Mustang Golf Cards Individual & Conference Titles at GSAC Championship
With the installation of its new state-of-the-art ambulance simulator, the College of the Canyons emergency medical technician (EMT) program becomes the first program in the state — and one of only 16 in the nation — to incorporate this technologically advanced classroom-learning resource into its curriculum.
College of the Canyons EMT Program Takes a Ride into the Future
Students in third through 12th grade from Trinity Classical Academy’s Jazz Ensemble and Symphony Orchestra will join The Grace Baptist Praise Symphony Orchestra for a special concert.
May 3: Trinity, Grace Baptist Unite for Special Concert
The College of the Canyons theatre department will present its production of “In The Heights” on the main stage of the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center (PAC) for a two-weekend run beginning April 29.
Broadway Musical ‘In The Heights’ Opens at COC Performing Arts Center
As of March 31, 2016, the number of County employees identified as military reservists was 615, of which 91 were called up to active duty, announced Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.
91 County Employee Reservists Currently on Active Duty
In a community calendar full of fund-raising walks, auctions, dinners and golf tournaments, the SCV Senior Center has come up with a popular and unique event with its fourth annual Touch-A-Truck.
Senior Center Hosts Touch-A-Truck Event
A Valencia doctor pleaded guilty Thursday to submitting more than $2.4 million in fraudulent claims to Medicare.
Valencia Doctor Pleads Guilty in Medicare Fraud Case
Beginning at 3:40 a.m. on Sunday, May 8, 2016, several street closures will be in effect throughout Santa Clarita for the 2016 Wings for Life World Run.
May 8: Road Closures Scheduled for Wings for Life World Run
A man was killed after his motorcycle crashed into a curb while he was entering the freeway near Soledad Canyon Road and Sand Canyon Road Thursday, resulting in the closure of lanes in the early morning hours.
Fatal Motorcycle Crash Shuts Down SR-14 Lanes Early Thursday
The two men who died in a fatal car crash earlier this week on Sierra Highway have been identified by the Los Angeles County Coroner.
2 Men Killed in Crash Tuesday Identified
A two to three acre brush fire has been reported at Plum Canyon Road and Heller Circle in Saugus.
Small Brush Fire Reported in Saugus
Yucca is considered a “survival plant.” Why? Because of all of the resources this plant is able to provide. People throughout history have taken advantage of the yucca’s many uses, and we continue to use it today.
Yucca: Plant of Many Uses | Commentary by Mari Carbajal
1943 - August Rubel, owner of Rancho Camulos, is killed when the ambulance he's driving apparently hits a German land mine in North Africa [story]