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Canyon Country Neighborhood Takes On Crime

Alert residents help nab vehicle theft suspects

One adult and two juveniles were arrested in Canyon Country Friday evening after residents called to report suspicious persons who they believed were stripping parts off of a vehicle.

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Deadline Nears For 4th Of July Parade

One of SCV’s longest running events still open for participants

County Budget Claims To Beef Up Safety Funding

$22 Billion budget said to support Sheriff, DA

Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich issued the following statement on the Chief Administrative Officer’s 2007-08 budget:

“This budget recognizes the vital need to restore past cuts in public safety that will add an additional 187 positions to the Sheriff’s Department.  The Probation Department will receive 45 new positions and the District Attorney’s Office will have additional 25 positions -- including 14 deputy District Attorneys at several new courts to handle increased workloads.

Castaic High Inches Towards Development

Castaic High makes another baby step towards its future development

On June 19th, another Los Angeles County Planning Commission meeting was held, to try to move forward the plans to build a new high school in Castaic. The school had been on a path to open its doors in 2010, however, that may have been pushed back to 2011 after this latest meeting.

NY Man Fights Back Against Pedophile Website

Local parents head to site to see photos of the man who’s showed up in SCV

 Last week, KHTS ran a story about Jack McClellan, a self confessed pedophile who runs a website devoted to ranking locations around Los Angeles on how good they are for young girl watching.

Many who responded to our article were disgusted that someone would put information about where to find pre-pubescent girls on the internet, and could legally do so.

CHP Issues Challenge

Can California have a fatality free holiday?

 California Highway Patrol Commissioner Mike Brown has issued a challenge to the motorists this Independence Day holiday; one entire day with no traffic fatalities throughout the state.

Since 1968, when record keeping began, there have been only three days when death took a holiday from California roadways. The most recent fatal free day was September 12th, 2000. The other two were May 1 1991, and March 11th, 1968.

Deputies Looking For Burglary Suspect

Burglary investigation leads to recovery of stolen property and arrest

Henry Mayo Summer Blood Drive

All day blood drive to help local hospital

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Weekend VIBL Results

Local Baseball:

VIBL Friday Results

Thousand Oaks    16
Saugus                  7

VIBL Saturday Results

West Ranch    7        Saugus                 6
Simi Valley      5        St. Bonaventure    0

Cleveland       9    Alemany        4       El Camino    7
Valencia        8     Hart               3       Canyon        0

Moorpark          13
Golden Valley    3

VIBL Sunday Results

Hart          5       Valencia        4
Canyon    3        Crespi           2

Antonovich Welcomes LA-Palmdale Airport

First flights make their way to San Francisco


ImageLos Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich and officials from the City of Palmdale, City of Los Angeles, and LAWA welcomed the first flight of United Airlines serving San Francisco from LA-Palmdale Airport.