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Assault Suspects Arrested

Baseball bats, machete believed to be used in attack on 16 year old. 


DUI Checkpoint This Weekend

Sheriff’s will be looking for DUI Suspects in Santa Clarita.On Friday night, from 7:00pm to 3:00am, Sheriff’s deputies will set up a DUI Checkpoint somewhere in Santa Clarita.

Usually, checkpoints are set up on major roads, and they involve the screening of all vehicles traveling that road.

Most of all, the checkpoints are aimed to be a deterrent, providing a reminder to SCV residents to never drink and drive.

2008 Man And Woman Of The Year Nominees Announced

Santa Clarita’s finest volunteers highlighted in yearly event.
Wednesday night, nominations for the Santa Clarita Valley Man and Woman of the Year were announced.

The recognition program highlights local volunteers who are nominated by non-profit organizations they work with.

Each nominee will be recognized by the community for their efforts at a gala that will take place on Friday, May 2nd at the Hyatt. At the end of that evening, one Man and one Woman of the Year will be crowned.

Here are the nominees:

Small Brush Fire Put Out In Valencia

1/4 acre fire quickly extinguished.


Fire Department crews rushed out to a small afternoon brush fire today, knocking it down in minutes.


The fire burned less than a quarter of an acre near the intersection of Orchard Village Road and Wiley Canyon Rd.


No one was injured and no property was damaged, however traffic at the intersection backed up temporarily.

Kellar Reveals COC Commission Amounts

Commission lower than traditional amount for multi-parcel negotiations.


Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar has revealed the amount of commission received from brokering the land purchase for the College of the Canyons East Campus.


MRF Puts City Council In Awkward Position

Angry residents may be asking for more than the City can give.As Tuesday night’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting was called to order, a formerly proposed Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) that was looking into being built off of Sierra Highway by Burrtec Waste Industries was again brought to the forefront. 


At the last City Council meeting, a massive group of residents spoke out in opposition of the plan, which was conducting an Environmental Impact Report to detail the impacts of building on the property, which sits very close to residential neighborhoods.

Magicians Work To Raise Funds And Fun At Club

Brotherhood hopes to repeat last year's magical sellout.


Ring 280 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM) will showcase the talents of its members at its
second annual magic show fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club on Sat., March 29, in Santa Clarita.

After having a sold-out crowd in 2007, this year will feature two performances, with the doors opening at 12:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. for an hour of close-up magic, followed by a two-hour stage show (2 p.m. and 7

The Political Process: According To Bill

This is a guest commentary by Bill Arens.


I find it most interesting to watch the election process as it unveils itself. From the Federal level down to our local campaigns I have tried to familiarize myself as to where each candidate stands on the issues and try to pick the ones I think will do the best job. In order to do this one must follow the debates and listen to what is being said and see if they, the candidates,  really have a grip on some of the very complicated problems we face.


Runner Hopes To Expand Child Protection With Bill

Legislation would increase protection to 17 year-olds.


Another bill aimed at protecting California’s youth from predators passed the Assembly’s Public Safety Committee. AB 2523, authored by Assemblywoman Sharon Runner will expand protections currently offered to children age 14 and under to include those who are age 17 and under.

Antonovich To Ride Inaugural Flyer Run To Palmdale

Bus route designed to relieve traffic at LAX, provide international link with San Francisco.


Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich will join local officials and members of the San Fernando, Santa Clarita, and Antelope Valley community April 2 on the inaugural ride of the new Palmdale Flyer Express Bus, from the Via Princessa Metrolink Station in Santa Clarita to the Palmdale Airport.  The new service aims to provide travelers with a convenient, reliable and inexpensive alternative to commuting to LAX.