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Air Quality Unhealthy In Santa Clarita

Residents advised to avoid outdoor activities.

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Despite Writers Strike, Santa Clarita Film Office Has Record Year

Non-strike months provide more than enough filming to make the program a success.

ImageThe City of Santa Clarita announced today a record 335 permits for location filming were issued in Fiscal Year 2007-2008 (Fiscal Year runs from July 1 through June 30), representing an 8 percent increase over FY 2006-2007 when the film office issued 311 permits. 


Students Step Up To The Bar With Paralegal Program

Paralegal program offers new opportunities to students.


When 22-year-old Matthew Morris attains his dream of representing athletes and actors as an entertainment and sports lawyer, instead of crediting a prestigious Ivy League institution with his big start—it will be the paralegal program at College of the Canyons.

State Approves New Foreclosure Rules

Santa Clarita homeowners will have more options when it comes to foreclosing.


ImageGovernor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed a new Senate Bill that creates new steps for banks to take before they can foreclose on a home in California.  


Council Appoints Commission Members

Planning Commission, Parks and Rec among panels with open seats.


ImageTuesday evening’s Santa Clarita City Council meeting served as a job interview of sorts, as applicants for several City commissions and panels were chosen to fill vacant and expired seats.

Bulldog Bolts From Illegal Fireworks

Bloodhound coming in to search for missing pet.


A Canyon Country family is heartbroken because their beloved bulldog Roxy ran away Saturday night after children playing with fireworks nearby scared the dog.


Pool Safety Everyone's Responsibility

Local officials gather to educate public about water safety.


City officials took the plunge today and made pool safety their number one priority. With the deaths of two children and the near-drowning of another two in the last eight weeks, the county and city have joined forces to educate the public about the basics of water safety, available classes, supervision and life-saving devices.

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Valencia Man Dies In 210 Crash

Local man rear-ends disabled semi-truck on freeway shoulder.


A Valencia man was killed Monday morning when he crashed into the back of a disabled big rig.

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Brush Fire In Elizabeth Lake

Brush fire closed Elizabeth Lake road in two places.

 UPDATE: 10:09 p.m.


ImageA quick-moving brush fire in Leona Valley forced two closures of Elizabeth Lake Road at Bouquet Canyon and San Francisquito Roads on Tuesday.