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Antonovich Takes Up Local "Road Warrior" Cause


Antonovich testified before the State Assembly Local Government Committee yesterday in support of Assembly Bill 251, but the bill was defeated in committee.


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Some Teacher Layoff Notices Cancelled At Hart District

The Wm. S. Hart Union High School District is in the process of notifying 62 teachers that the district is rescinding their layoff notices. The district sent notices to more than certificated employees in March, notifying them that their jobs could be affected by a possible “reduction in force.” At this time, 36 employees remain on the layoff list. 

Six Students Okay After Bottled Water Scare At La Mesa Jr. High

UPDATE: This story was written Thursday, April 23rd and contains information relevant to that time. To read the updated story written Friday, April 24th, click here.

This afternoon six students at La Mesa Jr. High in Canyon Country were taken to the hospital following concerns over bottled Aquafina water in the school's vending machines.

UPDATE: BB Guns Cause Scare At Leona Cox Elementary

UPDATE: Wednesday, April 22 - 3:05 p.m.

Just after 2:30 this afternoon, the Santa Clarita Sheriff's station received a call with a second-hand report that an individual may have been spotted near Leona Cox Elementary school with a rifle.

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Kids Taught That Even Small Hands Can Do Big Things

Wednesday afternoon, Leona Cox Elementary School hosted two assemblies for their students, dealing with environmentally conscious issues.

The keynote speaker of the assembly was T. Katz, who authored a book called "Miss L'eau," about a young girl who gets involved with saving the planet and helps to clean up her local beach.

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Earth Day Bargains And Freebies

Earth Day isn’t just a day to be a little more savvy about our environment, it’s a day to get some rewards for being Earth-friendly!

Supreme Court Ruling Will Affect Vehicle Searches

The United States Supreme Court handed down a judgment Tuesday that will change how vehicle searches are done by law enforcement officers.


For the last 30 years, police officers have followed the ruling in New York v. Belton, which held that police could search the passenger compartment of a vehicle as a “contemporaneous incident” – or at the same time - of the arrest.

Some Earth Day Statistics May Surprise You

As the world celebrates Earth Day, our carbon footprints are being looked at with some scrutiny.

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Another Early Morning Robbery


Two men armed with knives held up the AM/PM convenience store on Pico Canyon Road in Newhall Wednesday morning

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