In this episode:
Detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department are still asking for the public’s help in finding Canyon Country woman Sarah Alarid; A pedestrian who was hit by Dodge Ram in Saugus died Tuesday morning.
Overcrowded prisons have been declared a thing of the past by Governor Jerry Brown; State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson recommends shifting the focus of standardized testing to require students to think critically and solve problems; The City of Santa Clarita will celebrate the grand opening of the new Canyon Country Community Center on Saturday; local weather
League play stars tonight in SCVTV’s Game of the Week with Hart hosting West Ranch; Hart boys basketball coach Tom Kelly looks ahead to league play after the Indians finish an undefeated pre-season stretch.
The Santa Clarita Public Library is selling bags of books for $6.
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