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New Group Takes Aim At Planned Hotel Development

psa_pressconf_03Sheraton's run through Planning Commission under appeal by newly formed community group.

 

A plan to put a Sheraton Hotel at the corner of Valencia Blvd. and McBean Pkwy. in Santa Clarita is being put under the microscope by a new group of community members who have organized under the name "Positive Solutions Association," (PSA).

 

McKeon Disappointed With Demise Of F-22 Funding

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Our Congressman says local jobs may be impacted.

 

 

Production of the F-22 Raptor, billed as the most advanced military fighter plane in the world, may come to a halt, after the U.S. Senate voted to remove $1.75 billion from a defense bill currently making the rounds in Washington DC.

 

West Ranch Baseball Team Earns Bye In First Round Of Playoffs

sportswestranchThe West Ranch baseball team has the best record in the Valley Invitational Baseball League and earned the only bye in the playoffs.

J.C. Cloney hit two home runs and got the save in a 7-6 win over Alemany on Monday, the final regular season game of the summer baseball league.

 

In other games, Hart beat Camarillo 13-10 and Crespi beat Saugus, 8-3.

West Ranch Baseball Team Earns Bye In First Round Of Playoffs

sportswestranchThe West Ranch baseball team has the best record in the Valley Invitational Baseball League and earned the only bye in the playoffs.

J.C. Cloney hit two home runs and got the save in a 7-6 win over Alemany on Monday, the final regular season game of the summer baseball league.

In other games, Hart beat Camarillo 13-10 and Crespi beat Saugus, 8-3.

Bipartisan Committee Comes Up With California Budget Compromise

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After months of anticipation and negotiation, a bipartisan budget committee came up Monday night with a $26 billion revision that will address the state's current deficit. The proposal saves - with some reductions - the Healthy Families insurance program, as well as the CalWorks and CalGrants programs. State parks will remain open and additional taxes on cigarettes, vehicle fees and oil drilling were avoided.

 

Dodgers Slam The Reds 12-3

The Dodgers Slaughter the Reds Tuesday night from the beginning to the end of game. The score was 12-3. Tune in Wednesday for the next Dodgers game here on your hometown station AM1220, KHTS.

LandSource Reorganization Approved, Emerges From Bankruptcy

The U.S. Bankruptcy Court has confirmed a reorganization plan for LandSource Communities Development LLC, allowing the company to emerge from Chapter 11 as Newhall Land Development, LLC with more than $90 million in cash and free of debt.

 

As part of the plan, Lennar will invest approximately $140 million in exchange for a 15 percent equity stake in the reorganized Newhall, the settlement and the release of all claims that might have been asserted against Lennar, and ownership of the equity in several projects that were formerly owned by LandSource.

Schwarzenegger Digs Into Suggestion Box For Savings

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Flat Spin Could Have Caused Santa Clarita Plane Crash

plane crashNew details emerge that could give insight into what caused the crash.

Just after 12:00 p.m. Saturday, July 18, a light experimental aircraft crashed in the Sand Canyon area of Santa Clarita, killing it's two occupants.

 

More Details Emerge About Men Killed In Santa Clarita Plane Crash

altTwo men were longtime friends.

The small experimental plane that crashed in a quiet Santa Clarita neighborhood killed two men, whose lives are only now beginning to come into focus.

43 year-old Ronald Weiss of Encino and 45 year-old Anthony Crippen of Pacific Palisades were in the plane as it went down over Sand Canyon Saturday. They were both reportedly killed on impact.