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Set Your Clocks Forward This Weekend

Daylight Savings time is here.

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Cox Becomes First Santa Clarita School Watch

School involves neighborhood in student, campus safety.


The city kicked off a new public safety program to make schools a safer place.


Students and parents at Leona Cox Elementary School gathered Friday, along with several dignitaries, including Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar, Captain Anthony LaBerge of the Santa Clarita Station and Leona Cox Student Body President Kaylee Maddux to unveil a new School Watch sign.


Magic Mountain On-Ramp Closing For Weekend

Southbound on ramp will be closed for repairs through Sunday.

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Five Suspected Gang Members Arrested In Sweep

Drugs, weapons confiscated during sweep of Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys.


Sheriff’s deputies arrested five suspected gang members Wednesday and Thursday while conducting probation checks and executing search warrants in the Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys. Along with the five arrests, they recovered a cache of drugs and weapons, including a handgun belonging to a deputy sheriff that was stolen in a 2006 Santa Clarita burglary.


Lights Out On Campus May Not Save Money

Loss from theft or vandalism could far outweigh budget savings by darkening campuses.


In light of potential state budget cuts, Hart District officials are proposing that high school campuses go dark near the midnight hour to save money, something sheriff’s deputies find a little counterproductive.

On a list of cuts proposed to accommodate an anticipated shortfall of state funding, the district will completely darken high school campuses from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., which would result in a savings of $228,000.

McClintock Heads North

State Senator looks to northern Congressional district for a new political seat.

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SCV Outdoor Report: A Tree Chock-Full of Gifts

By Wendy Langhans

To the casual observer it’s a funny-looking tree - gray patches of bark flake off the trunk like a bad case of psoriasis.  Not to mention the brown and prickly spherical balls dangling from the branches, like a cheap imitation of a Christmas tree.

AT&T Golf Classic Set To Kick Off In Valencia

The annual tournament will once again be held at the Valencia Country Club.


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Head's Up Bowl-A-Thon Rescheduled

Charity event had to be canceled 2 weeks ago during poweroutage.

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Unemployment Rates Up Slightly In SCV

Writers Strike took its toll locally.


Effects of the Writer’s Strike are reflected in local unemployment rates, which went up slightly more than a half-percent in January to 3.6 percent, as reported by the California Employment Development Department.

With a reported work force of 91,400 in January, the area showed a slight increase in workers over the last year, growing from 88,100 a year ago. The average unemployment rate in 2007 in Santa Clarita was 3 percent.