In this episode:
Local educators are celebrating improved test scores released Wednesday by the California Department of Education; Two candidates vying for the 38th State Assembly District seat are touting their latest key endorsements.
The number of West Nile Virus cases double in less than a week; A year after its initial launch, officials from the City of Santa Clarita will revisit its “Heroin Kills: The High Is A Lie” program during a free event Wednesday August 29 at the Santa Clarita Activities Center; McKeon will discuss Medicare and related legislation during a free public forum at the SCV Senior Center Friday; Local weather.
After celebrating the store’s second anniversary, Billy Yergensen and his wife Melissa have closed Rock Candy Music and More, the SCV’s only independent retail record store.
Back by popular demand, registered dietitian Stephanie Correnti’s “Healthy Foods for a Healthier You” class will be held at the SCV Senior Center this fall.
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.
Television viewers can catch it on SCVTV at the top of every hour from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., repeating the following morning at 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. SCVTV runs on Time Warner Cable Channel 20 and AT&T U-verse Channel 99, and streaming on SCVTV.com.