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    COC Battle Of The Bands Accepting Submissions Until April 30

    Aspiring musicians in the Santa Clarita Valley can apply for a spot in College of the Canyons' inaugural Battle of the Bands, sponsored by Keyboard Galleria. Seven music groups will be chosen to compete in May at the COC Canyon Country Campus.

    Los Angeles County Meningitis Outbreak Results In 8 Cases, 3 Deaths

    The outbreak of meningitis in Los Angeles County has resulted in three deaths, Department of Public Health officials confirmed Friday. Five other cases of the disease have been reported.

    UPDATE: Deputies Release Santa Clarita Crime Reports For March 24-30

    Last week's crime reports are in, detailing crimes between March 24 and 30 for the Santa Clarita Valley. Know what's happening in your community.

    Sierra Vista Junior High Students Go Back In Time For Pioneer Day

    Students at Sierra Vista Junior High School learned about what life was like on the frontier 170 years ago, during Friday's Pioneer Day at the school. They watched as demonstrators churned butter, spun wool, chopped wood and played the banjo.

    Child & Family Center Partners With Santa Clarita To Offer Parent Workshop

    The Child and Family Center and city of Santa Clarita are partnering to offer a free "Parents Night" workshop on Tuesday. A local therapist will help parents learn how to motivate children to strive for academic success.

    County Board To Vote On Several Projects Affecting Santa Clarita Valley

    Several decisions that would affect the Santa Clarita Valley and surrounding areas are on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors' agenda for Tuesday's meeting. These involve, road expansions, sewer fees and improvements for Pitchess Detention Center.

    Valencia High School Student Speaks Against Addiction Through Music Video

    Hayden Rusk, 16, has a passion for making films with a message. His "Child Abduction PSA" won an award at the All American High School Film Festival in October, and his new music video "Sloppy Seconds," speaks to the consequences of drug addiction.

    CHP Cracks Down On Texting During Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    Distracted driving can affect anyone who owns a cell phone or anyone sharing the road with a motorist using their cell phone. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the CHP is cracking down on those texting and driving.

    U.S. Geological Survey Discusses SoCal Eathquakes In Wake of Small Quakes

    Earthquakes cannot be predicted, but they can always be prepared for. Officials with the United States Geological Survey encourage Los Angeles County residents to see recent quakes as a reminder that they should be ready for the next "big one."

    Rotary Club Of Los Angeles Raises Awareness About Elder Financial Abuse

    The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and Rotary Club of Los Angeles have partnered to create training material for all local Rotary Clubs, so that they can educate seniors about the dangers of financial scams.