In this episode:
Plans have been put on hold for a special election to fill a vacant seat on the Saugus Union School District Governing Board; An Acton man accused of murder remains in custody after entering a not guilty plea in an Antelope Valley courtroom Wednesday.
The deadline for public feedback on a chloride treatment plan in the Santa Clarita Valley closed 5pm Wednesday; Santa Clarita’s Josh Randall and Chad Haslock combined to pitch a no-hitter to help the Hart Indians reach the quarterfinals of the VIBL summer baseball playoffs Tuesday with a 9-0 win over Royal; A dark Santa Clarita sky was lit up across the valley when a transformer blew up in Canyon Country Tuesday night; local weather.
The Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival carries on this weekend with more performances in Towsley Canyon; On Saturday night, “House Blend” alum Gary McGrath debuts his new band, Lydia’s Libido, at the Park in Burbank.
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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