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Overflow Crowd Packs Special City Council Meeting

Huge number of people line up to voice concerns over one Saugus neighborhood’s
traffic problem.

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Cross-Country Journey For Bicyclist Ends In Santa Clarita

Joe DeSena and friends recall a full week of memories,
prepare for grueling race.

A Word With The Captain: Support Networks Critical For Seniors

Fire Department Captain Doug La Count talks about how
seniors can stay safe.

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COC Job Fair Reflects Anxious Economy

Organizer notices a more competitive edge at last week's fair.

More than 1,000 people attended the latest job fair sponsored
by College of the Canyons at their Valencia
campus and organizers are hoping that 500 job seekers come to their first fair
at the new Canyon Country campus.

Smyth's Surrogate Stalker Bill To Become Law

Law will restrict pedophile activity on the web.

A bill authored by Santa Clarita Valley Assemblyman Cameron
Smyth aimed at protecting children from pedophiles, especially those working
the internet, has been signed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and will become
law in January.

Newhall Mother Convicted Of Murdering Infant Daughter

Two-year old case comes to conclusion in San Fernando, mother faces life in prison.

Jacquelin Linaras, the mother of a newborn girl found dead
in a trash bin two years ago was convicted today of first-degree murder and
assault on a child causing death.


McKeon Issues Statement On Bailout's Latest Obstacle

Our congressman voted for the failed bill.

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Senior Center Benefit Pays Off For Home-Delivered Meal Program

Wine auction event moves to larger location, garners more guests.

Despite the blistering heat Saturday afternoon, nearly 400
people gathered to honor pioneering supporters of the SCV
have a little wine and raise a good amount of money for the home-delivered
meals program.

Parr Named County Teacher Of The Year

Parr becomes one of "Sweet Sixteen" best at county level.

Christine Parr, an English language
development teacher at Placerita
Junior High
School, is one of 16 winners announced today as the 2008-09 Los Angeles
County Teachers of the Year, representing the profession’s “best of the best”
in the largest honors competition for educators in the state.

Street Art Festival Attracts Crowds Despite Heat

Visual and performing arts light up Old Town Newhall over the weekend.

The downtown Newhall Arts District was ablaze with color –
along with soaring temperatures – over the weekend, but that didn’t keep
artists and their fans from coming out to enjoy the fourth annual Santa Clarita
Street Art Festival.