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    Santa Clarita Valley Woman Hospitalized After Single-Car Crash In Valencia

    A Santa Clarita Valley woman is in critical condition after a single-car crash Thursday morning on Valencia Boulevard, near College of the Canyons parking lot.

    Santa Clarita Valley's Justin Thorne Leaves Boy Band For Solo Career

    A former Santa Clarita Valley boy band star is now branching out into a solo career, he said Friday in an interview with KHTS AM-1220.


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    Justin Thorne, 25, of Los Angeles, just released his first single as a solo artist called "The Heartbroken."

    New Alert System Could Help Report Hit-And-Run Crashes

    A California lawmaker is looking to introduce legislation that could improve Santa Clarita Valley residents' ability to report on hit-and-run collisions

    Oprah.com's “Book Of The Week” Author Comes To Santa Clarita Library

    Santa Clarita residents will have the opportunity to attend an evening with Yangsze Choo, author of "The Ghost Bride," at 7 p.m.on Aug. 5 at the Jo Anne Darcy Canyon Country Library in Santa Clarita.


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    Santa Clarita Teen Raising Funds For Buck McKeon Internship

    College of the Canyons student Valente Montes is asking the Santa Clarita Valley for help to experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

    Temperatures Expected To Reach Triple Digits In Santa Clarita

    Triple-digit temperatures are expected for the coming week starting on Wednesday, weather officials said.  

    Chiquita Canyon Expansion Project Open For Public Comment

    Chiquita Canyon officials are looking to expand their landfill west of Santa Clarita city limits, and the project is currently open for public comment befor a county hearing Aug. 24. The 639-acre landfill site, which is owned by Waste Connections and permitted for about 257 acres of waste, is looking to double its daily disposal limits, set aside of land for a potential conversion technology site, improve its entrance and support facilities and extend the life of the landfill, to name a few of the project’s goals. The landfill is located outside city of Santa Clarita limits about three miles west of the intersection of Interstate 5 and Highway 126. The proposed project will increase the permitted waste footprint within the existing property line by approximately 143 acres by extending it slightly south toward the existing landfill entrance and to the north and east.

    Samuel Dixon Announces New CEO For SCV Family Health Care Centers

    Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers officials announced a new CEO for their Santa Clarita Valley health care centers, officials said Monday.

    County System Can't Handle Cumulative Voting, Local November Elections

    Despite Santa Clarita Valley governing boards’ approval of election changes in response to California Voting Rights Act concerns, an outdated county system won’t be able to handle the changes for at least another four years, officials said. “Our current voting system both the devices we use at the polls and, more importantly, the tabulations system we use... can not run a cumulative voting system,” said Efrain Escobedo, governmental and legislative affairs manager for the Los Angeles County’s Registrar-Recorder’s Office. “It’s just the limitations of the technology,” he said, referring to a voting system created in the late 1960s.