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Perry Smith

    Judge Orders Palmdale To Pay $3.5M For Voting Rights Act Violation

    A judge ordered the city of Palmdale to pay a little more than $3.5 million to settle the costs of a California Votings Rights Act lawsuit. The city still has the option to seek a review of the appellate decision by the state's Supreme Court

    COC, Plaintiffs Close To Terms On Voting Rights Act Lawsuit

    A settlement is close to being agreed upon in a lawsuit between the College of the Canyons governing board and plaintiffs who alleged a California Voting Rights Act violation with respect to the district's at-large elections

    CHP To Hold Checkpoint Friday Outside City Limits

    California Highway Patrol officers are holding DUI a checkpoint Friday night outside of Santa Clarita city limits

    County Education Officials Put Acton-Agua Dulce Charter Plans On Hold

    A county education official recently ordered the Acton Agua Dulce Unified School District to hold off on the approval of five new charter schools by its governing board, citing concerns about the district's finances

    Family Of Canyon High Student In Crash Encouraged By Recovery

    A Santa Clarita family is encouraged by the progress made in the recovery of a Canyon High student who was in a serious crash Saturday night in Saugus

    COC, Plaintiffs To Host Settlement Talks In Voting Rights Lawsuit

    Representatives for the Santa Clarita Community College District are expected to enter into settlement talks over a lawsuit alleging COC's governing board is holding elections in violation of the California Voting Rights Act

    Sulphur Springs Superintendent Announces December Retirement Plans

    Sulphur Springs School District Superintendent Robert Nolet announced his intent to retire at a recent board meeting, after 33 years with the Santa Clarita Valley elementary school district

    Canyon Country Man Charged With Vehicular Manslaughter In Fatal Crash

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies arrested a Canyon Country man Tuesday on vehicular manslaughter charges in connection with a crash that killed a Valencia man on Valentine's Day

    UPDATE: Santa Clarita Actor Fired, Show Cancelled After Gay Slurs, Fight During Show

    A Santa Clarita actor was fired and a run of "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" was canceled at the Repertory East Playhouse after a confrontation followed anti-gay slurs during a Saturday performance

    Trial For COC's Governing Board In Voting Rights Act Lawsuit To Begin Wednesday

    A trial is set to begin Wednesday over a lawsuit alleging the Santa Clarita Community College District is in violation of the California Voting Rights Act with its at-large elections.

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