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Brush Fire On 14 Extinguished

A small fire broke out on the southbound SR-14 near the Sierra Highway exit around 9:15 Friday evening.

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Newhall Ranch Project Moves Forward With EIS/EIR Release


Newhall Ranch, a 19 square mile project by Newhall Land west of Highway 126 at the Ventura County border that proposes 21,000 homes, will create 20,000 jobs and includes plans to preserve 80 percent of the area’s open space, is moving forward.

Officials at Newhall Land will be releasing the Joint Draft Environmental Impact Statement and Environmental Impact Report for the project’s Resource Management and Development Plan on Monday for public review.

Local Girl's Singing Career Hits High Note

Last weekend, a 7th grade Rancho Pico Jr. High student got the chance of a lifetime; to sing the National Anthem and God Bless America during a game at Dodger stadium.

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Senator Strickland Says Jobs Key To Rebuilding California's Economy

Friday morning California State Senator Tony Strickland appeared live on KHTS AM-1220 for a special 45 minute broadcast.

The podcast of that show is available now by clicking the player below.

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The goal of the program was to talk about Strickland's personal history and to hear his thoughts on the state of California.

LA County Spends $44 Million On Welfare For Children Of Illegal Immigrants In March

Figures from the Department of Public Social Services show that children of illegal aliens in Los Angeles County collected over $21 million in welfare and over $22 million in food stamps in March 2009 -- an increase of $1 million from the previous month, according to Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich's office.

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La Mesa Update: Pepsi Tests Finds No Contamination At Aquafina

Thursday afternoon six students from La Mesa Jr. High School were sent to the hospital after drinking bottled Aquafina water from the school vending machines.

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Local Students Ready For "Discovering Careers" Weekend

More than 50 employers will be at College of the Canyons this Saturday, April 25, to give students of all ages a chance to match their own interests with a potential career. Discovering Careers 2009 is a free career exploration fair with hands-on activities for students from 5 to 20 years old. It runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Valencia COC campus.

Hart District: No Teacher Layoffs Next Year

Friday, March 13th was dubbed "Pink Friday," and it was a day where hundreds of local teachers in the William S. Hart School District and supporters demonstrated their opposition to potential layoffs caused by state budget cuts.

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Suspect Arrested In AM/PM Robbery

This morning Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department detectives from the Santa Clarita station apprehended a 19-year-old man suspected of taking part in a robbery at the AM/PM gas station and convenience store in Stevenson Ranch early Wednesday morning.

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Governor Defends Proposition 1A To Address State Financial Woes

Taxes are going up, and all across California and the United States, people are becoming more vocal in their feelings about how government is working, and how it's spending tax dollars.

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