In this episode:
38th Assembly District candidates go head-to-head at Valencia Country Club during the monthly VIA luncheon; Police were led on a short but wild chase Tuesday morning by a parolee at large.
Redevelopment manager Armine Chaparyan is temporarily filling the void left by former City Clerk, Sarah Gorman, who quit to become City Clerk for Santa Monica; Interactive artwork including photo essays, graphic design, film, video and sculpture goes on display at COC Art Gallery through September 18; A new internship program is helping high school students dip their toes in their possible dream jobs; Local Weather.
This week’s Power Chevrolet Game of the Week will feature the Canyon Cowboys’ home opener against the Morningside Monarchs; Cowboys’ wide receiver Drew Wolitarsky talks about Canyon’s preparations for the game.
A local couple who thought their cat was long gone got a pleasant surprise last week when staff from the Castaic Animal Shelter called them and said their cat, who had been missing for two years, had been picked up in Canyon Country.
SCV NewsBreak is a co-presentation of KHTS AM-1220 and SCVTV. It can be viewed on both organizations’ websites – HomeTownStation.com, SCVTV.com and SCVNews.com.
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