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Golden Valley Falls To Littlerock

Grizzlies drop season opener 14-0.

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California May Vote On Iraq

State legislature passes bill that puts troop withdrawal on the ballot

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BREAKING NEWS: Alleged Assault Suspect in Custody

The alleged suspect in the sexual assault of three young girls in Lancaster has been taken into custody.

Andrew Ortega, a twenty one year old Lancaster resident has been arrested for three sexual assaults at SierraElementary school in Lancaster.

 

The crime occurred on Tuesday morning, when a man fondled three 7 year old girls outside of their classroom. The man ran away when caught by a teacher’s aid.

 

Heat Wave Prompts Energy Crisis

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Level 2 emergency could be declared

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Elsmere Canyon Officially Dedicated As Open Space

Congressman Buck McKeon celebrates the close out of 20 year old issue.

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Walking For The Hungry

Fundraising walk to take place September 3rd.

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Get Ready To Dance At Friday Night's Concert

The LEXUS of Valencia Jazz & Blues Concert Series brings Tom Nolan

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Henry Mayo Plan Sees Changes But Debate Continues

Late night Council meeting refines questions and brings some answers

 

ImageAfter a marathon session for the Santa Clarita City Council, the discussion regarding the Henry Mayo campus expansion plan will continue at the September 25th meeting. But some answers were presented by City staff and Henry Mayo, while pressing questions continued to be whittled down to their most precise forms yet.

 

Stage One Electrical Emergency Issued

Call for Statewide Conservation Heightened

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