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Trinity Girls Volleyball Team Captures Omega League Title

khts_sportsThe Trinity Classical Academy girls volleyball team needed five games to defeat Hillcrest Christian and win its second Omega League championship in a row.

Trinity won the fifth game, 16-14, behind a match-high nine kills from Julia Howell. Lizzie McAdams added 11 aces for Trinity.

The Knights earned a spot in the CIF Southern Section Division V-A playoffs

New Fire Station Opens On Copper Hill Road In Tesoro

156NiccumOn a day when a Red Flag Warning was in effect, all of the Los Angeles County Fire’s brass gathered in one engine bay – but it wasn’t to respond to an emergency, it was to celebrate the opening of Fire Station 156 on Copper Hill Road.

Assistant Chief Bill Niccum, who emceed the event, acknowledged that most of the guests were on high alert.

Locals Produce New Web Series About College Dorm Life

ufoA pair of former college dorm resident advisors has created a new Web series called “Bayberry Hall” that focuses on life in the dorms of fictional State University in Los Angeles in the era of Facebook and social media, when many students have trouble connecting with their peers unless it’s via a 140-character Tweet.

Fair Oaks And Golden Oak Community Schools Get Help From Pardee Homes

Pardee_schoolGrant_2_smallresStudents at Fair Oaks Ranch and Golden Oak Community Schools got a special gift today from Pardee Homes that will help them stay ahead of the technology curve.

Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund issued grants totaling $5,000 the schools for the expansion of “Smart Classrooms” and an accelerated reading program that are contributing to academic excellence among students.

More Than 50 Million In Benefits Go To Children Of Illegal Aliens, According To Antonovich

mikeantonovichAugust figures from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services report that $53 million in welfare benefits were issued to illegal alien parents for their native-born children, announced County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.

Overnight Lane Closures Begin Friday Night In Castaic

khts_caltransMotorists who use the Interstate 5 corridor through Castaic are advised to watch for overnight freeway lane closures near Hasley Canyon Road beginning this Friday, November 4, through Thursday, November 10, 2011, from 8:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m.

Top Things To Do This Weekend, November 2, 2011

This weekend in Santa Clarita is brought to you by our friends at Valencia Auto Center

SCV Habitat for Heroes
SC Marathon
Zonta – Tribute Dinner
Rancho Camulos - Ramona Days
Hart Marching Band’s Rampage
And 8 more…

UPDATED: Victim Identified In Sunday Plum Canyon Fatality


UPDATED: Wednesday 3:09 p.m.

The Coroner has identified the victim in the Sunday morning crash as Vanessa Durazo Ontiveros, 27, of Saugus.

A presumptive identification had been made Monday using vehicle registration information, but coroner's officials needed dental records to make a positive identification.

Saugus Girls Volleyball Team Sweeps West Ranch, Completes Undefeated League Season

khts_sportsThe Saugus girls volleyball team swept West Ranch in three games and completed an undefeated Foothill League season with a 10-0 record.

Jaclyn Clark had a match-high 19 kills for Saugus. The Centurions won their first Foothill League championship since 2001 and snapped Valencia’s nine-year run as the league champs.

Custody Deputies May Wear Personal Video Cameras

Cropped_taserLos Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials are considering having custody deputies wear personal video cameras while on duty.



Photos Courtesy of TaserInternational