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Santa Clarita Athletes Go For The Gold

Three contenders are favorites in their fields.


Three Santa Clarita athletes are destined to earn gold medals Thursday at the Beijing Olympics, led by local BMX rider Mike Day, who finished fastest and first in all three quarterfinals.

Ghost Hunting At Heritage Junction

16 spaces open for paranormal adventure.


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Dodgers Lose 4-3

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Santa Clarita Olympians Take Center Stage In Beijing

Three hometown heroes compete in track, cycling and softball.


Wednesday is a big day for Santa Clarita athletes competing in the Beijing Olympics, when sprinter Allyson Felix will run in her second semi-final for the 200 meter race, cyclist Mike Day takes to the track for a first-ever Olympic BMX race and Crystl Bustos plays in her next-to-last softball game, hopefully garnering her third gold medal.


21 Year Old Hospitalized After Fall From Parking Structure

Man falls 40 feet after trying to slide down stairway rail.

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Man And Woman Of The Year Pick Benefiting Charities

Carl Goldman and Judy Penman donate fundraiser proceeds to select organizations.


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Dodgers Lose 8-3

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Chamber Government Committee Makes Recommendations

Ballot measure, pending legislation subject of Chamber discussions.


The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce recently announced its position on three issues, one on the November ballot and two currently working their way through the House of Representatives and the California State Senate. The analysis and recommendations came from the chamber’s Governmental Affairs Committee.

Parent Group Opposing Hart District's New Bond

Ballot statement filed by several members of Measure V Oversight Committee.

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Deputies Search Valencia Industrial Center After Bomb Threat

Streets shut down in Valencia Industrial Center as a precaution.

 UPDATED 1:10 p.m. Tuesday

ImageA bomb threat was received at Quantum Staffing on Avenue Stanford, from a female caller, prompting street closures while deputies investigated the area.