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McKeon Subcommittee Approves Higher Education Bill

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. House Subcommittee on 21st Century Competitiveness today approved a bill to reform and strengthen federal student aid and higher education programs, adding stronger protections for students on college campuses and refocusing the law back to its original mission by expanding college access for low- and middle-income students.  The full Education & the Workforce Committee is expected to consider the bill, the College Access & Opportunity Act (H.R. 609), next week.

Dodgers Lose to S.F. 4-3!

The Dodgers lost to the San Francisco Giants Thursday. was the final in game one of a four game series against the Giants. Game two happens Friday beginning at

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Ex-Servers to Sue Restaurant Chain

Four of the former employees complain they were unfairly fired after refusing to serve food on dirty dishes...

Four servers who were fired for walking out on a Newhall Denny's during business hours have filed a complaint against the restaurant chain with the state Department of Fair Employment & Housing, their attorney said Wednesday.


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Burglar Hits Westridge

Deputies say the suspect, who might not have worked alone, could be connected to another burglary the day before...

Deputies think the man arrested Wednesday on suspicion of the Westridge burglary might be one of two men who broke into a woman's home while she was in the shower, the day before.


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Man Pleads Guilty in Child Porn Case

A Stevenson Ranch resident accepts a plea deal for a possible five-year sentence.

A Stevenson Ranch man who downloaded more than 10,000 child pornography photos from the Internet accepted a plea agreement Wednesday after local & federal agents caught him in a Southland sweep.


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Liquor License Ruling Pending

A protest hearing for a liquor license that has pitted a Saugus convenience store owner against some local residents ended in a handshake between the parties Tuesday, with a judge's decision not expected for several weeks.

The judge voiced sympathy for the position of 60 residents opposing the liquor license, but...


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Teens Take Control of City Hall

Local high school students took control of City Hall Tuesday, or at least it felt that way...

It was Santa Clarita's 16th annual Youth in Government Day, culmintaing a four-week-long program.  The day featured a mock city council meeting...


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Residents Oppose Development

A group of Newhall residents spoke out against a proposed Newhall housing development at Tuesday's city council meeting, but there was a catch:  the developer has yet to formally file a proposal with the city.

Patty Pierce, of the Placerita Canyon Homeowners Association, read a one-page letter during the public comment period stating opposition to the housing development...


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