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The crime reports are in for April 7 through April 13 in the Santa Clarita Valley. Know what's happening in your community. UPDATED APRIL 18, 11:30 A.M. UPDATES WITH CANYON COUNTRY, CASTAIC AND VALENCIA CRIME REPORTS, AND THIS WEEK'S CRIME HIGHLIGHTS. This week’s top crime stories mostly involved court cases with Santa Clarita Valley ties. The charges include rape, murder, arson and bank robbery...

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    Richman Fighting For Government Pension Reform

    Without a fix, local agencies are going bankrupt – Richman

    Richman Fighting For Government Pension Reform

    Without a fix, local agencies are going bankrupt – Richman

    ImageFormer Assemblyman Keith Richman may have returned to a pseudo normal life after serving six years in the California State Legislature, but he’s kept one foot firmly grounded in state politics.

    Smyth Gets Perfect Rating From CA Chamber

    Votes to oppose “Job Killer” legislation earn him high marks

    ImageAssemblyman Cameron Smyth, R-Santa Clarita, was given a perfect score by the California Chamber of Commerce, according to their most recent news letter, by opposing all ten of the Assembly Bills that they labeled as “Job Killers”.

     

    Metrolink Won't Run On July 4th

    Regular Service Resumes July 5

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    New Governance Plan Skirts Open Government Law

    Antonovich loses vote to make County CEO meetings public

     

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    COC To Host Summer Foot Races

    Races to also include dinner

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    SCV Mayor Gets Honorary Mention For Climate Protection

    Walmart joins U.S. Conference of Mayors to honor 2007 Mayor's Climate Protection Award Winners.

     Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE:WMT), in a joint sponsorship with the U.S. Conference of Mayors, announced the winners of the 2007 Mayors’ Climate Protection Awards. The inaugural awards recognize and honor mayors for their exceptional efforts to increase energy efficiency in their cities and help mitigate climate change. Receiving the first place honors were Mayors Martin Chavez of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Dan Coody of Fayetteville, Arkansas .

    Find The Fireworks And Independence Day Celebrations

    Many fun events are planned for Fourth of July in Santa Clarita.

     

    Our Youth, Our Future

    "At risk" teens participate in character building program. 

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    Established in February 2006 in the City of Santa Clarita, the VIDA Program or Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives, is a 16-week program designed to assist "at-risk" youth between the ages of 12 and 17 by redirecting negative behavior into positive alternatives.

    I-5 Interchange Construction Update

    Contruction continues on Magic Mountain Parkway/I-5 Interchange.

    The construction of the storm drain box is over 80 percent complete. The general contractor, Security Paving Construction, is continuing constructing the box culvert, which crosses underneath Magic Mountain Parkway west of The Old Road. Please allow extra time when traveling through the area during peak park hours.  It is anticipated that construction of the box culvert will last another six to eight weeks.

      

    Fire Snarls Traffic On I-5

    Lebec Fire burns 50 acres

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