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County Plans Vocational Training For Youth Offenders At Saugus Camp

county_sealLos Angeles County’s top education and probation officials cut the ribbon today on the largest hands-on vocational training program for youth offenders in the juvenile court school system.

Oscar-Winning Editor Joel Cox To Be Honored With Glenn Ford In Western Tribute

wowsIt’s natural to expect that the names along the Walk of Western Stars might be the stars who rode into town and chased away the bad guys – the names that are easily recognizable, like Glenn Ford, who is one of this year’s honorees.

It Takes A Village, Part 5: Locals Unite Against Youth Drug Abuse In The SCV

village_header_url_USEIn 2011, five young people died of heroin overdoses in the Santa Clarita Valley, according to stats from the SCV Sheriff's Station. But heroin isn't the community's only challenge when it comes to illegal or illicit drugs.

Saugus Boys Win First Foothill League Golf Match In School History

khts_sportsThe Saugus boys golf team is still full of surprises.

Saugus won its first Foothill League golf match in school history by three strokes over West Ranch at Valencia Country Club.

The Centurions were the surprise winners of the Southern Section Northern Team Regional last year after finishing in third place in the Foothill League standings.

Dodgers Sold to Magic Johnson, Partners for $2 Billion

The Los Angeles Dodgers and Frank McCourt today announced an agreement under which Guggenheim Baseball Management LLC (“GBM”) will acquire the Los Angeles Dodgers for $2 billion upon completion of the closing process.  The purchasing group includes Mark R. Walter as its controlling partner, as well as Earvin “Magic” Johnson, Peter Guber, Stan Kasten, Bobby Patton and Todd Boehly.  Mr.

Smyth Votes With Dems To Rescue $9 Million For Santa Clarita

smythoffice2Nearly $9 million in redevelopment agency money is one step closer to be returned to the coffers of the City of Santa Clarita following passage of AB 1585 on Monday by the state Assembly, including an across-the-aisle vote by 38th District Assembly Member Cameron Smyth.

Liquor Store Robbers Enroute To Jail After No-Contest Plea

Dooleys1By Leon Worden/

Three confessed gang members pleaded “no contest” Tuesday and were sentenced to prison on charges relating to the Jan. 8 attack on a liquor store clerk in Newhall.

A plea of no contest is identical to a guilty plea except that it can’t be considered an admission of guilt in a subsequent civil trial.

Bonding With The U.S. Treasurer

Rosie_RiosEarly Tuesday morning, listeners got a wake-up call from U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios, who had an important message to share.

Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury launched a new public education initiative Ready. Save. Grow., which will allow people to purchase Treasury products and implement savings options that will help them control –and possibly enhance - their financial future.

LA County Nursing Home Rating System Reports Nearly 100 Percent Compliance

county_sealThe Department of Public Health report on the County’s nursing home grading system initiated by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, revealed that 99% of nursing home providers were in full compliance with the law in its first year of implementation.

In effect since January 1, 2011, the law requires nursing homes to publically post these ratings for:

Youth Orchestra To Perform April 21

SCVYOBy Allison Pari

The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra, along with the Prelude Strings & Winds and the Symphony of the Canyons will be performing on April 21 at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center, in a Classical and Romantic Masterworks Concert, with “an exciting mix of compositions both wonderfully familiar and excitingly new.”