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Coroner Investigating Human Remains Found In SCV

Forensic Anthropologists to try and piece together the victim, the cause of death

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Brush Fire Breaks Out In Castaic

UPDATE: Monday 3:12pm 

Fire Department responding to flames off of I-5

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Good News For Recovery Of Non Profit Director

Jim Tindell will be released from Burn Center

ImageFor the last month, Santa Clarita Valley resident Jim Tindell has been undergoing burn treatment at the Grossman Burn Center.

Slain Canyon Country Youth Remembered

No arrests in Stevenson Ranch murder

Former Canyon High School infielder Josh Pipho is being remembered as a dedicated friend who put his family first. The popular baseball player, who graduated in 2005, was killed Saturday morning in a bloody melee in Stevenson Ranch that left his friend, Chad White, hospitalized.

 

SCV Fire Camp Getting Updates

Antonovich announces $3 million in improvements

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Council May Approve Big Bus Order

Twenty two new natural gas vehicles could get the green light

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Canyon Country Youth Killed At Party

Former baseball player dies after stabbing.
 

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A former Canyon High baseball player was identified as the victim of an early morning homicide in Stevenson Ranch.


20-year-old Josh Pipho was stabbed and run over during a fight on the 25200 block of Steinbeck Avenue and died at the scene. A second victim was also stabbed and remains in critical condition at the hospital.

Photographer Donates Portraits To Fire Victims

Yoti Telio of Santa Clarita Photographic Studio & Gallery uses photography to help fire victims.

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