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McKeon Joins McCain To Introduce New Terrorist Detention Legislation

buckmckeonOur federal representative, Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, a member on the House Armed Services Committee, announced today that he will introduce legislation detailing procedures for detaining terrorists. Sen. John McCain, who sits on the Senate Armed Services Committee, will introduce the same bill in the Senate.

UPDATE: DA Drops Case Against Santa Clarita City Council Candidate Arrested For Sexual Assault

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Johnny Pride is under investigation by Sheriff's Special Victims Bureau.

A 26 year-old man running for Santa Clarita City Council arrested on suspicion of rape was released Saturday morning from custody, due to the District Attorney's office rejection of the case, pending further investigation.

 

 

Update: Tow Truck Driver’s Tip Saved Missing Man

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A Santa Clarita man who suffers from a disability has been found, nearly 24 hours after he went missing.

65 year-old Humberto Lara was last seen at around midnight Thursday morning when he took his German shepherd for a walk near Jakes Way and Sandy Drive in Canyon Country. He suffers from Alzheimer's, and his disappearance was considered critical.

Hollywood Celebs Shoot Hoops To Help Canyon High

khts_inthecommunitySeveral Hollywood celebrities will be playing against Canyon High School staff in a basketball game to raise money for the Associated Student Body.

Dodgers: Complete List Of Transactions

While it may seem like the Dodgers' offseason has been a quiet one, the team has actually made many changes to both their big league roster and farm system. With Ned Colletti back at the helm as General Manager, he's done the best he could in light of the financial predicament caused by the McCourts' divorce. Many players have left, some new ones have arrived, but the Dodgers' core of young talent remains intact.

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State Senator Strickland Receives Praise From Independent Businesses

tony_stricklandAll accross the country and right here in town, small businesses are struggling to stay afloat in one of the worst recessions we have experienced. The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) has given State Senator Tony Strickland a 100% rating on issues affecting small businesses in California. The flawless rating is a reflection of Senator Strickland's voting record during the 2009 legislative session.

Your Skin: Look Out, Summer Is Coming

By Dr. Bernard Raskin

Okay, summer may be a few months away, but you should plan for it now! Why? Because there are many advantages to taking care of your skin now rather than waiting until summer is about to begin.

The Dodgers' Offseason In Review

The Los Angeles Dodgers' offseason has been plagued by an ugly divorce between owner Frank McCourt and former Dodger Chief Executive Jamie McCourt. The divorce proceedings came to a standstill over which, if either, was going to be able to maintain control of the franchise. Regardless of who remains in charge of the organization once the dust settles, the team is still expected repeat as division champions.

New Sheriff's Captain Appointed In Santa Clarita

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Captain La Berge promoted, new man assigned.

 

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department has rewarded Santa Clarita Valley station Captain Anthony La Berge with a promotion to Commander. That designation will require La Berge's relocation, and our valley has been assigned a new "Chief of Police."

Nursing Business With An Incubator

uvtour_02College of the Canyons is known throughout the Santa Clarita Valley as a school where minds are expanded, but now the college is offering the same benefit to local businesses.

Through the college's Economic Development Division, which calls the new University Center home, existing businesses or those trying to start a business can utilize a host of services ranging from training to mentoring.