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International Interest For High Desert Corridor

Proposed corridor aims to ease truck congestion through LA County.


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Assemblywoman Runner Seeking Lung Transplant

Antelope Valley Legislator Sharon Runner Announces Intentions to put her name on transplant list.

Assemblywoman Sharon Runner announced Tuesday that she has chosen to place her name on the lung transplant list due to a chronic condition known as limited scleroderma.


“After consulting the doctors and my family, I believe that this is the right course of action for me to take,” Runner said.  “I have been living with limited scleroderma for more than 20 years and this surgery will improve my overall quality of life.”


Open Space Advisors Named

Five named by Santa Clarita City Council at Tuesday meeting.


The people voted for Open Space and on Tuesday night, the City Council appointed five watchdogs to the Open Space Audit Panel.

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Seniors Get Valentine Surprises

Preschoolers make special gifts for shut-in seniors.



Supreme Sound To Support Sheriff Boosters

Concert to rock the house, raise money for sheriff's needs.


Have you always wanted to donate to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station, but weren't quite sure how to do it?  Now you can not only donate to your sheriff's station, but you can have a great evening doing it.

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7th Grader Initiates Food Drive

La Mesa Jr. High student Dane Cannon spearheads local food drive.


It all started while watching an episode of “Moment of Truth”, when 7th grader Dane Cannon got a great idea for a community service project.  The show, which airs on Fox, features contestants answering 21 embarrassing and personal questions while being monitored by a lie detector, in hopes of winning half a million dollars.  

Former CHP Sgt. Gets Jail Time

McDonald sentenced to 60 days for vehicle, stick altercation.


Former California Highway Patrol Sgt. Dwight McDonald was sentenced Monday after being convicted of four misdemeanor counts, including brandishing a weapon, reckless driving and assault with a deadly weapon after clashing with a jogger in Canyon Country in 2007.


Newhall Auditorium Future To Be Discussed

Arts groups to meet and ponder best use of historic theater.


While historic preservation seems to be a hot button among some gadflies at city council, there is a changing cast of characters who are working slowly but surely toward the restoration and rebirth of a piece of Newhall’s heritage – the auditorium at Newhall Elementary School.