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A Santa Clarita-based construction company was honored as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States for the third time in four years, company officials announced Saturday. AMG & Associates was named to the 2014 Inc. 5000 list alongside corporate giants Microsoft, Intuit and Oracle as a result of their $22.2 million revenue and 76 percent three-year growth rate, according to a...

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Santa Clarita News

    Motorcycle And Bicycle Safety Awareness

    February is Motorcycle and Bicycle Safety and Awareness month in the Santa Clarita Valley.

    Here's a message from the Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station:  


    The United States Department of Transportation (NHTSA) reports the following in their 2007 Action Plan to Reduce Motorcycle Fatalities: While significant progress has occurred in reducing fatalities among passenger vehicle occupants, motorcycle fatalities have been rising steadily since 1997, and currently represent our Nation’s greatest highway traffic safety challenge.


    Chivas USA Star Talks To Santa Clarita Kids

    Jonathan Bornstein in town to meet fans, promote Hoefflin charity game.

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    Hart District Says Early College High School Is A Success

    District claims that the school is meeting higher education goals.

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    Retail Theft And Fraud Prevention Training Program

    City and Sheriff’s team up to educate retail industry.

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    Kings Win 3-2

    On Sunday night, the Kings defeated Columbus in a shootout, 3-2.

    You can hear the next game on Tuesday, February 12th, at 5pm. The Kings will face the Blues, live only on KHTS.



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    Auto Theft Suspects Arrested In Stevenson Ranch

    Alert citizen tips deputies off to suspects breaking into car.


    Two people were arrested Friday after a Stevenson Ranch resident spotted them breaking into a car in the area of Hemingway Avenue and Faulkner Drive and called the sheriff.


    Pair Arrested For Stealing From Baseball Fans

    Many victims didn't even know they'd been hit; items recovered by deputies.


    An alert deputy arrested two suspects in connection with several vehicle burglaries that occurred in the parking lot of the William S. Hart Baseball fields Thursday.  


    Kings Lose In Pittsburgh 4 To 2

    Kings loss ends two- game winning streak.

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    Street Vendors To Be Targeted On Valentine's Day

    Traditional businesses hurt by roadside sellers, deputies to step up code enforcement.


    The city of Santa Clarita announced Friday that local flower shops lose a tremendous amount of sales each holiday to the vendors on San Fernando Road and other main thoroughfares, and local florists have asked their City and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Department to remove illegal street vendors from the City and protect the local businesses that add to the local economy.