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Santa Clarita News

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    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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    Eight Year Old Hero Honored

    Daniel Fennessy helps emergency crews save his little sister

    ImageAn 8 year old Saugus boy is being hailed as a hero, after he helped emergency crews respond to a life threatening emergency.


    Smyth And Schwarzenegger Team Up To Fight Pedophiles

    Smyth’s bill to get Governor’s helping hand

    Assemblyman Cameron Smyth has won a major ally in the fight to end the actions of pedophiles.

    Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed on to back the Smyth authored Assembly Bill 534, otherwise known as the “Surrogate Stalker Act.” The legislation is joint-authored by Assemblymembers Todd Spitzer and Sharon Runner.

    Sexual Assailant Still At Large

    Three Lancaster girls are inappropriately touched at school

    Caltrans Warns Labor Day Motorists To Leave Early

    Delays through grapevine could be met

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