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Dodgers Win 5-2

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SCV Resident Kevin Holmes Wins Top CPA Recognition

Holmes in top 25 in North LA area

ImageOn August 14th, twenty five CPAs were recognized for being in the top of the accounting field.


The awards were held by the San Fernando Business Journal and they cover a wide field of nominees from the greater San Fernando Valley and beyond. Roughly, the boundaries draw from Pasadena to Oxnard and Mulholland Dr to Mojave.


Deputies Arrest Saugus High Vandal

18 year old reportedly bragged about his crime

ImageYesterday, Sheriff’s deputies were finally able to apprehend a Saugus resident, who they believe to be responsible for an act of vandalism over the summer at Saugus High.

CHP Setting Up DUI Checkpoint

Drinking drivers to be sought in un-incorporated areas of SCV

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Buck Talks About Cemex Legislation

120 gather to hear him speak

ImageLast week, Congressman Buck McKeon stepped into the spotlight in front of 160 community leaders.


The group had gathered at KHTS owners Carl and Jeri Goldman’s home to hear Congressman McKeon speak about issues he is dealing with.


New Treat Celebrates Life, Humor

Breast cancer awareness brings profit and non-profit together

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Small Brush Fire Doused Near Acton

Crews make quick work of ¼ acre fire

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John Racz Guilty

Jury convicts Racz of first degree murder

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Jack McClellan Out Of Jail

LA City Attorney drops all charges against him.

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California Legislators Pass Budget

Two Republicans vote in favor

ImageYesterday, the California Legislature passed a budget that contains no new tax increases and fully funds education and law enforcement while paying down more than $2.5 billion in debt.