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The Hart district could be opening Castaic High School in 2017-18, two years later than originally anticipated, according to district officials, who expressed concern over the permitting process. Don't miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. The discussion came during the regularly scheduled updates on Castaic High School at the regularly scheduled...

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Santa Clarita News

    Hart District, Castaic Union Students Begin Common Core Pilot Tests

    Thousands of students have already experienced the new testing under the state's new Common Core curriculum, which inlcludes computer-based, online standardized tests

    Santa Clarita Sports: Santa Clarita Christian Baseball Ranked No. 1 In CIF

    The Santa Clarita Christian baseball team shut out Trinity Classical Academy, 13-0, in the Heritage League opener for both teams.

    Santa Clarita Christian, ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Division 7 poll, scored nine runs in the first inning.

    Santa Clarita Christian improved to 7-0 overall. The Cardinals play Albert Einstein Academy on Friday.

    Valencia High School Student Speaks Against Addiction Through Music Video

    Hayden Rusk, 16, has a passion for making films with a message. His "Child Abduction PSA" won an award at the All American High School Film Festival in October, and his new music video "Sloppy Seconds," speaks to the consequences of drug addiction.

    Wilk Bill For Higher Education, Nonprofits Moves Out Of Committee

    A bill introduced by Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, made it out of the Higher Education Committee on the California Assembly on Wednesday

    CHP Cracks Down On Texting During Distracted Driving Awareness Month

    Distracted driving can affect anyone who owns a cell phone or anyone sharing the road with a motorist using their cell phone. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the CHP is cracking down on those texting and driving.

    Newhall Art SLAM Combines Food And Art With Cheese Theme

    Cheese lovers can attend Thursday’s Art SLAM event to admire artwork created with real cheese and enjoy free samples of cheesy dishes offered by Santa Clarita eateries. 

    Santa Clarita Single-Car Crash Takes Down Saugus Butterfly Sculpture

    Santa Clarita officials removed a butterfly sculpture in Saugus known as the "Western Tiger Swallowtail" after a single-car crash clipped its wings

    Sheriff's Commander, Santa Clarita Captain To Appear On 'Neighborhood Watch'

    The “Neighborhood Watch” on Santa Clarita Valley’s hometown station, KHTS AM-1220, is featuring two prominent Sheriff’s Department officials for its lineup of guests in April. On Thursday, the show, which is hosted by the radio station’s news director Perry Smith, will feature a live interview with Sheriff’s Department Commander Mike Parker. Two weeks later, the show is scheduled to feature an interview with Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Capt. Roosevelt Johnson. Both shows will also feature Deputy Josh Dubin of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station's Crime Prevention Unit as in-studio guest.

    U.S. Geological Survey Discusses SoCal Eathquakes In Wake of Small Quakes

    Earthquakes cannot be predicted, but they can always be prepared for. Officials with the United States Geological Survey encourage Los Angeles County residents to see recent quakes as a reminder that they should be ready for the next "big one."

    Rotary Club Of Los Angeles Raises Awareness About Elder Financial Abuse

    The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office and Rotary Club of Los Angeles have partnered to create training material for all local Rotary Clubs, so that they can educate seniors about the dangers of financial scams.