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    'Let's Make A Deal' To Feature Santa Clarita Contestant In February

    Santa Clarita Valley local, Shirley Rivera, will be featured as a contestant on the CBS daytime game show "Let's Make a Deal." The game is known for crazy costumes, dud prizes called "zonks," and is hosted by Wayne Brady.

    Billboard Reduction Recommended By Planning Commission

    The Metropolitan Transit Authority's proposal to remove 118 billboards in the Santa Clarita Valley in exchange for three digital billboards, was recommended by the Santa Clarita Planning Commission with a 3-1 vote on Tuesday.

    Former Assemblyman Cameron Smyth Discusses 'Lucky Dog,' Private Sector Life

    Former Santa Clarita City Councilman and member of the Assembly Cameron Smyth discusses 'Lucky Dog,' a pet adoption show, and life in the private sector

    Learn About Thriving Film Industry At Santa Clarita's Redesigned Film Website

    Employing more than 6,000 residents and generating more than $22 million yearly in economic impact, the film industry is an integral part of Santa Clarita. The city's is a one-stop-shop for information.

    Senators Send Letter To CBS, Time Warner Over Negotiations

    Television officials with CBS and Time Warner Cable received a letter from Sens. Barbara Boxer and Dianne Feinstein over negotiations

    'Singing Nurse' Jared Axen Receives Nurse Of The Year Award

    You know him as the singing nurse. Patients know him as an “angel sent from heaven.”

    Vasquez Rocks Episode Pushes ‘Big Bang Theory’ To New High


    “The Big Bang Theory” never had it so good. The top-rated CBS sitcom topped the charts and shattered its own series record Thursday in an episode shot at Vasquez Rocks in Agua Dulce.

    After a three-week hiatus, “The Big Bang Theory” returned to sweep its 8 p.m. time slot with 19.78 million viewers. It finished first in households (11.8/19), viewers, adults 25-54 (8.1/21), adults 18-49 (6.3/19) and adults 18-34 (4.3/15).