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Latter Day Saints Conference To Be Televised Locally

Mormon church will broadcast messages.

This weekend, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will convene the 179th Semiannual General Conference in Salt Lake City.

Over the course of the Conference, messages of inspiration and guidance will be delivered by the First Presidency, members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and other leaders of the Church.

Saugus High Football Team Looks To Turn Season Around Against Taft

sportslocalThe Saugus High football team, the reigning Foothill League champions, take on Taft High School at College of the Canyons tonight. Taft is the ninth-ranked team in the CIF City Section Division I.

Both teams are 1-2. Taft is coming off a 28-19 loss to Alemany. Saugus lost to Newbury Park, 41-21, last week.

 

You can listen to the game live at 7:30 tonight on AM 1220, KHTS.

Antonovich Creates Flood, Mudslide Protection Agency

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UPDATED: Thursday, Oct. 1,  2:54 p.m.

To inform residents in fire-damaged areas on the County's efforts to reduce the impact of mudslides and erosion damage, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has created a multi-agency program (C.A.R.E.) and a toll free number (800-214-4020) to protect life and property in the upcoming rainy months.

Walker Ranch Offers "High Country Feel With Low Country Access"

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City, County and Pardee join forces to celebrate new open space.

Continuing on its mission to preserve a greenbelt around the valley, the City of Santa Clarita showed off its latest open space acquisition to a group of enthusiastic community members Wednesday afternoon.

UPDATED: Fatal Accident On NB I-5 Near Calgrove

A 13-year old Oregon boy lost his life Wednesday when the van his grandfather was driving crashed into a box truck parked on the right shoulder of the road.

Shortly after 2 p.m., Phil L. Kelly, 68, of Myrtle Point, Oregon, was driving a 2005 GMC U-Haul truck, towing a loaded vehicle trailer, northbound on the I-5. In the cab with him was his grandson, Kristopher R. Kelly, 13.

UPDATED: Antonovich Creates Flood, Mudslide Protection Agency

mikeantonovich

UPDATED: Thursday, Oct. 1,  2:54 p.m.

To inform residents in fire-damaged areas on the County's efforts to reduce the impact of mudslides and erosion damage, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has created a multi-agency program (C.A.R.E.) and a toll free number (800-214-4020) to protect life and property in the upcoming rainy months.

Winds Bring Red Flag Warning And Fire Danger

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A Red Flag Warning and fire weather watch is in effect for portions of Southwest California through Friday due to gusty winds and low relative humidities.

Surface pressure in the Great Basin has brought moderate offshore flow to Los Angeles and Venture Counties. Gusty northeast winds will continue to descend from the mountains into the valleys and coast, weakening this afternoon.

 

U.S District Court Awards Government Millions For Copper Fire

The court finds the construction companies that were responsible for the fire financially responsible for cost.

A federal jury has ordered two construction companies to pay more than $36 million to the government for the 2002 Copper Fire that started in Santa Clarita.

The reimbursement, which is the largest jury award ever ordered in a firefighting cost-recovery case, is also expected to pay for environmental damages the blaze caused as it burned more than 18,000 acres of the Angeles National Forest.

Getting A Hair Cut May Save Lives

Local salon cuts hair for pancreatic cancer research

On Sunday, Capelli Salon in Newhall will hold its 3rd annual Cut-A-Thon to benefit Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (PanCan).

Cutting women's hair for $20 and men's and children's hair for $10, the salon hopes to raise $1,000. Along with getting a haircut, guests will have the opportunity to purchase Pancreatic Cancer Awareness pins for a $5 donation.

"Every little bit helps," said Sabina Fetter, owner of Capelli Salon. "Anything is better than nothing. It's such under-funded research."