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    Santa Clarita To Host Meeting Tuesday On Possible Saugus Library

    Santa Clarita city officials are welcoming public input for a meeting about a possible library location in Saugus, city officials said Monday.

    COC Denies LeAnn Rimes Concertgoer At The Santa Clarita PAC

    A would-be concertgoer was denied entry at a LeAnn Rimes show Sunday at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center out of concern for the performer, college officials said Monday.

    Report Suggests AB 109 Lowers Recidivism, L.A. Expected To OK Funds

    Los Angeles County supervisors Tuesday are expected to approve a reimbursement of about $337.7 million to pay for AB 109 programs, a controversial jail-prison realignment program. While Supervisor Michael Antonovich has been a vocal opponent of the state’s public safety realignment program, which was aimed at reducing the number of non-serious, non-violent and non-sexual offenders in state prisons due to a Supreme Court order, officials claim early data shows promise. "Realignment continues to pose serious concerns and threatens public safety statewide because we are dealing with repeat offenders,” Antonovich said last week, when the law’s implementation was reviewed. “There are over 32,000 arrests involving the 24,000 (post-supervision probationers) under probation supervision because some are being arrested up to seven or eight times."

    Hundreds Attend Family Promise Of Santa Clarita Valley Box City Event

    Hundreds of Santa Clarita families attended the fifth annual Family Promise Box City event in Valencia this past weekend.

    Domestic Violence Center Of Santa Clarita Valley Hosts Weekend Training

    Many Santa Clarita residents help out the community by participating in local nonprofits, and 22 people recently spent their weekend in training at the Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley.

    Action Hosts ‘Drugs Kill’ Info Meeting At College Of The Canyons

    Learn About the Latest Drug Abuse Trends in the Santa Clarita Valley, How They Affect You, and What You Can Do About it

    By Stephen K. Peeples

    Governor Jerry Brown Encourages CPR Training With New Bill

    A recent measure signed by Governor Jerry Brown stresses the importance of CPR training. 

    Ed. Note: The following content was provided by CPR In Control who is a client of KHTS AM-1220. 

    Assembly Bill 2044, by Assemblyman Freddie Rodriguez, D-Pomona, requires managers of residential care facilities to have at least one administrator or other qualified employee on the premises at all times.

    It requires that someone certified in CPR and first aid be on duty. 

    Brown Signs Bill To Extend Wiretaps For Law Enforcement

    Gov. Jerry Brown signed a local legislator’s bill extending the sunset date of California’s wiretap law. The bill was approved unanimously by the Legislature last month.

    Strained Relationships Aren't Broken Until You Decide

    Top Santa Clarita Chiropractor and Stress Expert Explains How to Turn Relationship Stress into Relationship Strengths

    By Dr. Thomas Polucki

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Update September 29, 2014

    The Valencia football team shut out Santa Monica on the road, 35-0, and improved to 3-1.

    Jay Jay Wilson scored two rushing touchdowns for Valencia, the No. 4 team in the CIF Southern Section West Valley Division.

    Valencia quarterback Cole Parkinson threw for 206 yards and two touchdowns.

    In other action in the Foothill League, the Hart football team beat Santiago Corona, 57-35, scoring 26 unanswered points in the fourth quarter.