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Santa Clarita News

    Pros Try Their Hand At Trick Shots

    Shooting at Magic Mountain kicks off Champions Classic.

    ImageThis afternoon, two professional golfers on the Champions Tour showed up at Magic Mountain to try their hand at the trick shots.

     

    They are Andy Bean and Mark McCumber.

     

    The first involved hitting a flag tied to the top of a towering water ride at Hurricane Harbor.

     

    Former CHP Sgt. Facing Assault Charges

    Man accosts jogger, bumps him with car.

    In Valencia, a jogger got more than he bargained for Thursday, when former CHP Sergeant and City Council Candidate Dwight McDonald bumped him with his car.

     

    Allegedly, the bump wasn’t an accident, and a verbal altercation ensued.

     

    The incident happened near the intersection of Hillsboro and Beaumont Street in Valencia.

     

    According to Lieutenant Cambra from the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station, the victim then ran across the street and continued his jog.

     

    12 Time Grammy Winner To Play In Northridge

    Bluegrass Legend Ricky Skaggs Headlines Country Music salute at Cal State Northridge.

    Burglary Suspect On The Loose

    Search is on for a suspect who robbed a home in Canyon Country.

     ImageA burglary suspect was seen leaving a home near La Mesa Jr. High this afternoon. Sheriff’s Deputies responded and canvassed the area after hearing of several sightings.

     

    Even with the help of a Sheriff’s helicopter, deputies could not track down the suspect.

    Gentle Barn: Everyone Has A Story

    60 animals, hardworking staff, life sustaining resource. While it may sound like a farm, it’s not. It’s a charity.

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    Those 60 animals have all been rescued from some form of abuse or slaughter. There’s a turkey whose toes were cut off, a blind cow,  twin horses taken from their mother, and a physically abused donkey.

     

    And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

     

    Prisoner Still At Large

    An inmate escaped from Pitchess Detention Center just before 12:00 yesterday.

     

    ImageHis name is Roberto Alvarez and he is not considered dangerous.

     

    He is a male Hispanic with black hair and brown eyes. He stands 5 foot 10 inches tall, weighs approximately 180 pounds, and was last seen wearing a yellow jump suit.

    His prison issued yellow shirt was found by deputies.   

    Kings Dominate Oilers 5-1

    The Los Angeles Kings defeated the Edmonton Oilers in a blow out, with a score of 5-1!Catch the next exciting Kings game as they will take on the Chicago Blackhawks.  The coverage begins at 7 pm only on Your Hometown Station, AM 1220.

    Sierra Hwy Bridge Switching Sides

    On Tuesday, March 13, 2007, the traffic pattern at the Sierra Highway Bridge Project over the railroad will change impacting the motoring public.

    Currently, there are two lanes of traffic traveling north on the northbound structure and two lanes of traffic traveling south on the southbound structure.  The new configuration will be two lanes traveling northbound and two lanes traveling southbound on the combined southbound structure and newly poured center structure.   

     

    McClintock Speaks Out Against New Bill

    Baby Bonds…

    By Senator Tom McClintock

    A “bi-partisan” – pardon me, “post-partisan” – bill was introduced in the State Senate last week as SB 752 by Democrat Darrell Steinberg and Republican Bob Dutton to give $500 to every baby born in California as an “incentive” for the next generation to begin saving from an early age.  The sponsors assure us that it will create a society where all Californians will have the means and incentive to save and invest.

    Filming In Santa Clarita Shoots Way Up

                Santa Clarita Sees Increase in Film Days in February 2007

               

    The City of Santa Clarita’s Film Office reported a dramatic increase in the number of film days last month with 70 days recorded within the City of Santa Clarita.  This represents a 94 percent increase over the number of film days in February 2006, which saw 36 days.