In this episode:
Rio Vista Water Treatment Plant in violation for cloudy water; Tempered Steel brings military vets and local youth together at the Activities Center.
Plus: California traffic fatalities reach a near 70 year low; L.A. County Arts Commission offers paid summer internships; Auton Motorized Systems moves into new building at Castaic Junction; Local Weather.
Entertainment: Harlem Gospel Choir to perform at Lancaster Performing Arts Center; Santa Clarita rock-band Nacosta to play free show at Real Life Church.
Finally: “Generosity Initiative” results in proposed projects to improve quality of life in Santa Clarita.
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