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Santa Clarita Man Suspected of Making Terrorist Threats Detained in Valencia
Wednesday, Apr 10, 2019

A Santa Clarita man was detained in a Valencia parking lot in connection with an ongoing investigation into allegations of physical threats, sheriff’s officials confirmed. Units from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department converged on 39-year-old Jacob Baumgarten as he exited the Harbor Freight...

Walls at Valencia Valley, Meadows Schools Come Tumbling Down [Video]
Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014

See photo gallery here. Walls at Valencia Valley and Meadows Elementary Schools came tumbling down as part of an estimated $12 million modernization project. A field of parts, red twisted scrap metal and aging beige plastic litter the school sites, but it’s not just the effects of a recent demolition...

SCV NewsBreak for January 3, 2014
Friday, Jan 3, 2014

Two men accused of stealing car parts from the fatal crash of “Fast and the Furious” star Paul Walker and Always Evolving CEO Roger Rodas pleaded not guilty Friday. Investigators released a report stating the Porsche involved in the Rodas-Walker incident was traveling about 100 mph at the time of...

SCV NewsBreak for December 31, 2013
Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013

An act of vandalism caused at least $1,000 in damage to Castaic Elementary School over Christmas week. A baby boy was surrendered at a Valencia hospital on Sunday, as part of Los Angeles County’s Safe Surrender Program. The family of Bryce Laspisa is still searching and asking anyone with information...

SCV NewsBreak for December 30, 2013
Monday, Dec 30, 2013

Los Angeles County firefighters responded to a residential fire in Canyon Country on Monday afternoon. A brush fire charred 15 acres of land in Saugus before being contained on Sunday. The National Weather Service has issued a high wind advisory and red flag warning for the Santa Clarita Valley. Temperatures...

SCV NewsBreak for December 24, 2013
Tuesday, Dec 24, 2013

The Valencia High School Dance Team has had a rough start to their holiday week. SCV Sheriff’s Station Deputy Josh Dubin has a few tips to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of a holiday crime. A recent incident at Palace Cleaners on Lyons Avenue in Newhall serves as a reminder to residents that...

SCV NewsBreak for December 23, 2013
Monday, Dec 23, 2013

The Santa Clarita Valley basked in sunshine today as temperatures reached 70 degrees. The Newhall Roundabout construction project has reached its final stages with one month to go until it opens. Santa Claus has been busy lately. He dropped by Golden Valley High School on Sunday for a party with kids...

SCV NewsBreak for December 18, 2013
Wednesday, Dec 18, 2013

College of the Canyons staff and administrators learned how to respond if an active shooter is reported on campus through their annual Emergency Preparedness Drill. Santa Clarita Valley home prices continued their upward march in November, hitting pre-recessionary levels. The city of Santa Clarita’s...

New Bundt Cake Shop Opens in Valencia
Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013

[See the full photo gallery here] Nothing Bundt Cakes, a new deserts store, has opened its doors in Valencia. Armed with more than 40 designs comprised of batter and frosting, Zach and Jennifer Zeidler bake a sweet selection of bundt cakes in a nostalgic yet playful bakery. “We do all bundt cakes...

Budget Ax Slashes Metrolink Holiday Toy Train
Friday, Dec 6, 2013

An annual tradition for the last 16 years is no more after the decision to close a funding gap resulted in the cancelation of Metrolink’s Holiday Toy Express. The decision to cancel the event was made to help shore up a $10.2 million funding gap for the 2013-14 Fiscal year according to the agency’s...

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College of the Canyons freshman Anguerrand Voisin tied for medalist honors and Jules Lavigne placed third overall as the Cougars finished runner-up in the team standings at the Western State Conference event played at Oakmont Country Club on Monday.
Voisin Medals at 74, Cougars Finish Runner-Up
The eighth-graders of Castaic Middle School are preparing for their Portfolio Day presentations — an annual event for the past two decades that involves the students presenting their work and participating in mock interviews with professionals in the workforce.
May 23: Portfolio Day at Castaic Middle School
A Ninth Circuit judge on Wednesday demanded the Trump administration explain how its policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico squares with its duty not to send immigrants to places where they fear persecution.
Trump Wait-in-Mexico Asylum Policy Debated at Ninth Circuit
The Tuncan family of Valencia will host Munkh-Erdene Dashdondov, an AFS Intercultural Programs exchange student from Mongolia, the local California Central Coast Area Team of AFS Intercultural Programs announced Wednesday.
Valencia Family to Host AFS Exchange Student from Mongolia
The county’s Office of Inspector General has reviewed a program meant to stem the flow of drugs into the Santa Clarita Valley and found Latino drivers were stopped at a much higher rate than drivers of other races — and recommended shutting down the program until strict guidelines are in place.
Inspector General Issues Scathing Report on SCV Sheriff’s Station Highway Team
Santa Clarita is on track to receive a nearly 4% increase in federal Community Development Block Grant funds compared to last year, officials announced Tuesday.
Santa Clarita on Track to Get $1.2M in Federal CDBG Funds for 2019-2020
The Santa Clarita Valley chapter of Junior Chamber International, aka “The Jaycees,” is staging a donations drive throughout April to aid nonprofit Santa Clarita Valley homeless services provider Bridge to Home.
JCI Launches Donations Drive to Aid Bridge to Home
The nonprofit Raising the Curtain Foundation, which supports the Newhall Family Theatre, will host a family fun night of animation film screenings from the students of CalArts at the NFT on Friday, May 31, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
May 31: CalArts Animation Showcase to Benefit Newhall Family Theatre
Assembly Bill 1729, which would allow more high school students to enroll in certain community college courses during the summer, helping students get ahead on college course requirements, passed the Assembly's Higher Education Committee Tuesday, according to Assemblywoman Christy Smith (D-Santa Clarita), the bill's author.
Smith’s ‘College Opportunity Bill’ Advances in California Assembly
Up against a looming legislative deadline, a state Senate committee on Wednesday advanced a relaxed-version of a zoning proposal in a bipartisan vote despite concerns from local leaders who warn it will wreck the character of California’s most iconic cities and coastal towns.
Contentious ‘More Homes Act’ Inches Toward Vote in California Senate
Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Wednesday the appointments of David S. Kim as secretary of the California State Transportation Agency and Brian Annis as the chief financial officer of the California High-Speed Rail Authority.
Newsom Names New Transportation Agency Head, High-Speed Rail CFO
A college education remains one of the most valuable investments a person can make, as it is a gateway to life-changing opportunities. But how can students set themselves up for success in the face of mounting college debt?
Higher Education Without Higher Cost | Commentary by Dr. Dianne G. Van Hook
A pitchers’ duel between two of the top pitching prospects in the California League lived up to expectations in a game that ultimately saw the JetHawks fall to the Lake Elsinore Storm, 3-1, in 10 innings on Tuesday night at The Diamond.
Pitchers’ Duel Ends in Walk-off Loss for JetHawks
Firefighters knocked down a three-story apartment complex fire on McBean Parkway in Valencia that started early Wednesday morning.
Fire Crews Knock Down Valencia Apartment Blaze
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Board of Governors has approved Oscars rules for the 92nd Academy Awards.
Academy Updates Rules for 92nd Oscars
Senate Bill 202, the Doggy Donor bill, has cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to the bill's author, Senator Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita
Wilk ‘Doggy Donor’ Bill Clears Key Senate Committee
The California Department of Food and Agriculture and the California Air Resources Board have launched a public-private initiative to advance climate-smart agriculture and reduce greenhouse gas emissions on agricultural lands.
CDFA, CARB Advance Reduced-Carbon Farming
A spacecraft designed to probe the depths of Mars’ surface in order to study the origins of our universe has recorded the first Martian quake ever detected, NASA said Tuesday.
First-Ever Detection of Mars ‘Quake’ Made by NASA InSight Probe
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Crime Prevention Unit deputies partnered with Caltrans workers Tuesday to visit homeless encampments in Valencia near Interstate 5.
SCV Deputies, Caltrans Workers Visit Homeless Encampments in Valencia
California Governor Gavin Newsom was joined Tuesday by Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín, as well as state and local fire officials and first responders, to discuss how the state and local communities are working together to address the threat of catastrophic wildfires.
Newsom Warns of Wildfire Risk to Urban Communities Across California
The American Conservative Union Foundation has just released its ratings of the 2018 meeting of the California State Legislature, and conservatives' overall score fell compared to the 2017 session.
Conservative Score Falls in ACUF Ratings of California Legislature
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station detectives seek the public's help to identify a suspect seen stealing lottery tickets from a Newhall gas station Monday night.
Authorities Seek Public Help to ID Lottery Ticket Theft Suspect
A federal judge in Los Angeles on Tuesday declined to reconsider his ruling that bars the Trump administration from issuing offshore drilling permits without first conducting an environmental review, rejecting an oil company’s request for review.
Judge Declines Review of Freeze on California Offshore Fracking Permits
1962 - SCV residents vote to connect to State Water Project, creating Castaic Lake Water Agency [story]
Castaic Lake
Here is a list of Santa Clarita arts-related events for Thursday, April 25 - Saturday, April 27:
April 25-27: Santa Clarita Arts Calendar
Spring is in full bloom and your landscape should be, too. With our free May garden class offerings, SCV Water will teach you how to cultivate a thriving landscape with proper plant care and by selecting the right perennials that will add charm to your landscape for years to come.
SCV Water’s Monthly Gardening Classes for May Announced
Join the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber's young professionals, NextSCV, and strap on some safety goggles and take part in a special behind-the-scenes tour of Aerospace Dynamics International's (ADI) operations.
April 24: NextSCV’s Behind-the-Scenes Tour of Aerospace Dynamics International
Following an unusually slow February, sales of existing homes and condominiums throughout the Santa Clarita Valley picked up dramatically during March, with home sales up 44.8 percent and condo closed escrows 54.7 percent higher, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors reported Tuesday.
SCV March 2019 Homes, Condo Sales Post Dramatic Gains
NORTHRIDGE - CSUN women's volleyball added another significant piece to its 2019-20 recruiting class as head coach Jeff Stork announced the signing of Taylor Orshoff to a National Letter of Intent.
Matadors Volleyball Adds to Arsenal as Taylor Orshoff Signs Letter of Intent
May’s National Foster Care Month provides an opportunity for people all across the nation to focus attention on the year-round needs of American children and youth in foster care.
May 18: Children’s Bureau Foster Care, Adoption Resource Meeting
The ARTree has released the schedule for its Spring & Summer classes.
ARTree News: Spring, Summer Schedule Announced; ARTree Founder Retires
The Civilian Oversight Commission voted unanimously Tuesday on a motion to direct the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) to conduct an inquiry into secret deputy sub-groups.
Civilian Oversight Panel Approves Inquiry into Secret Deputy Subgroups
North Hills, a community neighboring the California State University, Northridge campus, is battling increasing housing costs and trying to find solutions for an emerging homeless population.
CSUN Journalism Professor Partners with Nonprofit to Teach Students How to Advocate for Homeless
NORTHRIDGE - CSUN Baseball (16-22) completes a seven-game road trip on Tuesday evening when the Matadors visit California Baptist at 6 p.m. The game will stream live on the WAC Digital Network.
Matadors Complete 7-Game Road Trip at Cal Baptist
GLENDALE — College of the Canyons freshman Anguerrand Voisin tied for medalist honors and Jules Lavigne placed third overall as the Cougars finished runner-up in the team standings at the Western State Conference (WSC) event played at Oakmont Country Club on Monday.
Canyons Freshman Shoots 74; Cougars Take 2nd Place
Castaic Middle School (CMS) is seeking community members to volunteer their time as evaluators for the annual Portfolio Day, happening on May 23rd, 2019.
Castaic Middle School Seeking ‘Portfolio Day’ Volunteer Evaluators