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Bicyclists, Council Halt Rule Change

A new bicycle ordinance was pulled off the City agenda at its second reading after local bicyclists voiced their opposition to some factors of the rule change and raised questions.

The proposed ordinance would have made it legal for bicyclists to ride on the sidewalks, provided no alternate bike paths were available. Sidewalk biking in business districts would remain illegal.

Hart District Rewards Brightest Stars

The Hart School District is holding a Student Recognition dinner to honor its out standing Regional Occupation Program students.


The ROP provides students with practical on the job training and career guidance.

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Narcotics Warrant Nets Two More Dealers


Detectives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff Department's Headquarters Narcotics Bureau, assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station area, took down two suspected drug dealers at a residence in the 19000 block of Drycliff Street on April 7. while serving a search warrant.

Tea Party Set For Tax Day At City Hall


Local organizers of a nationwide event are hoping for a good turnout Wednesday for the SCV Tea Party at City Hall.

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Loiterer Arrested For Outstanding Traffic Warrants


Patrol deputies working around the city’s new Skate Park arrested a man on traffic warrants Monday night.


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April 15 Tax Deadline Looms


Wednesday is the day most Americans dread – Tax Filing Day – and this year is no different.

Midnight April 15 is the deadline for filing tax returns, whether taxpayers are getting a refund or writing a check. If you have not filed your taxes electronically (a majority of people do), you need to drop those returns into a mailbox near you before the clock strikes twelve – if you haven’t already.

Fire Payment Snuffed Out

Officials at Carousel Ranch are breathing a sigh of relief after the California Department of Fire and Protection reconsidered it’s demand that the organization pay expenses incurred from the Buckweed Fire.



CalFire sent the nonprofit a letter of intent asking for $2.9 million, which is roughly the cost the state paid to fight the October 2007 blaze.


Sulphur Springs Honor Band Plays Today At Valencia Town Center

Starting just after 4:00 p.m. today, KHTS will broadcast live from the Westfield Valencia Town Center, interviewing members of the Sulphur Springs Honor Band. Then, at 5:00 p.m., the band will perform for the crowd, with several songs broadcast live on AM-1220 and streamed over the internet at

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SigAlert Canceled For 14 Freeway

A SigAlert that was issued for the southbound 14 freeway at Soledad Canyon Rd. due to an earlier accident has now been canceled by the California Highway Patrol.

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Small Fire Knocked Out Off 14 Freeway

Just before 5:00 p.m. Monday, Santa Clarita units of the Los Angeles County Fire Department responded to the southbound side of highway 14 to knock down a small fire.

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