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Hart District Pulls PR Campaign Decision From Agenda

No date scheduled to bring the issue back.

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Closures Planned Again For Hwy 14 In Antelope Valley

Crews will conduct bridge maintenance.

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Cemex Legislation Still Awaiting Hearing

Committee schedules biggest roadblock faced by Soledad Canyon Mine Act.


The Soledad Canyon Mining Act, proposed by Congressman Buck McKeon in April, may or may not be part of the legislation passed by the 110th Congress.


Arizona Trio Arrested For Marijuana Transport

Tinted windows lead deputies to drug discovery.


Three Arizona men were arrested Wednesday morning for transportation of marijuana after a traffic stop on The Old Road near Magic Mountain Parkway shortly after midnight.


Deputies noticed the men’s 2006 Nissan Altima had no front plates and darkly tinted windows and pulled the vehicle over.

Dodgers Lose To Cardinals, 9-6

Lose game two of the series...



The Dodgers lost game two of the series against the Cardinals, by a final score of 9-6. Tune in Thursday at 11am for the final game of the series, on AM-1220 KHTS!

CHP Offers Free Start Smart Program

Program for parents and new drivers pays off for everyone involved.



New drivers and their parents are invited to participate in Start Smart, a free program sponsored by the California Highway patrol to educate all drivers and drive home the message that attentive drivers are safe drivers.

According to CHP Officer Michelle Esposito, the program gives a personal overview, from officers in the field who have first-hand knowledge, of the rules of the road.

COC Holding Auditions For Two Upcoming Plays.

“South Pacific” and “some Girl(s)” calling all SCV actors.


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Child Vaccinations Important Before School

Samuel Dixon Health Centers prepare to treat Santa Clarita children.

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West Nile Virus Risk Higher Than Ever

Southern Californians more likely to get West Nile than in other areas of state.


Vector control experts issued a multi-agency advisory Tuesday, warning residents to be vigilant against West Nile Virus, which has already affected 12 people in Los Angeles County. Of the 38 cases of West Nile statewide, 30 patients were Southern California residents.

Victims Of Fatal Crash Identified

Three-vehicle crash takes lives of brother and sister.


The victims of Monday’s double fatal crash on the I-5 were identified Tuesday by the California Highway Patrol as a brother and sister from Shafter in Kern County.

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