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Red Flag Warnings Prompt Added Vigilance

Red flag warnings make for explosive fire growth potential.

While significant progress has been made in fighting the
Marek and Sesnon fires, a Red Flag Alert is still in force in Santa Clarita.
With high winds and dry brush, we’re as ready as ever for another disastrous
fire season much like we experienced in 2007.


College Hosts Free Urbanization Panel Discussion

Discussion will focus on environmental, employment and political concerns.

Garage Fire In Saugus

Firefighters report no brush involved in garage blaze.


Fire officials responded to a garage fire on

in Saugus just after 10:00 a.m. Tuesday. Fire crews have knocked down the blaze, although the garage was destroyed.

210 Closed Between 5 and 118 Due To Fire

Fire crosses freeway with Santa Ana wind conditions.

UPDATED 8:17 a.m. Monday

TRAFFIC ALERT: Closures Start Tuesday On Magic Mountain

Closures to start on Tuesday and last one week on Magic Mountain Parkway due to construction.

CITY ALERT!  Beginning Tuesday, October 14 and
continuing for one week, the section of

Magic Mountain
between the I-5 and The Old Road will be
closed due to construction.

Dodgers Lose 7-5 In Game 4

The Dodgers Lose to the Phillies in Game 4 by a score of 7-5.

The Phillies now lead the series 3-1.

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Fires Remind Us To Be Prepared

Current fires and winds are timely reminder to get ready in case of mandatory evacuations.

The fires burning around Santa Clarita serve as a reminder
of last year’s Buckweed and Ranch fires as well as the importance of being
prepared in case evacuations are required.


Most importantly, if law enforcement or fire officials tell
you to leave the area, leave immediately. They have a good reason for making
this request.


La Mesa Teacher Named Best Biz Teacher In State

Teacher brings stock market understanding to middle school students.

Jeffrey Aronsky,
business teacher at La Mesa Junior
High School,
has been named California Middle School Business Educator of the Year for
2007-08 by the California Business Education Association. Aronsky was selected
for his outstanding and innovative contributions to business education both in
his classroom and on the state and local levels.

Fast-Moving Fire Burning In Porter Ranch

30 MPH winds moving fire rapidly towards homes.


A large fire is burning in Porter Ranch near Oat Mountain, and
mandatory evacuations have been ordered of all of Porter Ranch and those on the
west side. Winds are blowing at 30 mph.