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    2nd Annual SCV Marriage And Family Conference

    A Santa Clarita Valley congregation is inviting everyone to attend its second annual SCV Marriage and Family Conference, which is sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.


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    Santa Clarita Assemblyman Gets Two Bills Signed Into Law

    Gov. Jerry Brown signed off on two bills Thursday afternoon authored by Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R- Santa Clarita, which will be going into effect Jan. 1.

    Retired Deputy Accused Of Off-Duty Shooting Pleads Not Guilty

    A now-retired Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputy pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges he fired his gun in the air last year near a group of children.

    Canyon Country Library Hosts Therapy Dogs For Children

    At the Canyon Country Public Library, as a part of the summer reading program, children had the opportunity to meet different types of working dogs and their partners.

    Boys & Girls Club Of SCV's Jim Ventress Honored By Santa Clarita For Service

    It was an emotional evening on Friday, June 27, as Jim Ventress, the retiring chief professional officer of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley, received honors and tributes in recognition of his 29 years with the club in the SCV.

    Tony Alamo Victims' Lawyer Discusses Damages For Victims

    A lawyer for victims of Tony Alamo, a former evangelist convicted of taking underage girls across state lines for the purpose of sex, discussed recently how Alamo’s abuse victims could soon receive a portion of the more-than half-billion-dollar judgment against Alamo. Alamo, who’s known in the federal prison system as Bernie Lazar Hoffman, is 79 years old, and approximately four years into a 175-year prison sentence. His prison term was the end result a 2008 arrest warrant federal agents executed on several properties reportedly controlled by Alamo’s ministries -- including a Santa Clarita Valley lot in Saugus -- which are at the heart of a recent court dispute.

    Santa Clarita Deputies Talk Social Media, Sexting, Parental Concern At City Hall

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station officials spoke with parents for two hours Wednesday night at Santa Clarita City Hall, discussing sexting, social media, cyberbullying and other online activity children take part in

    Santa Clarita Students Discuss School Lunches At Newhall Meeting

    Santa Clarita Valley Food Services Agency officials met with parents and children Wednesday to discuss concerns about school lunches and nutritional guidelines

    Autism Awareness Film To Air At Valencia Library In Santa Clarita

    An autism awareness film for parents and children is being aired at Santa Clarita Public Library in Valencia on Monday, March 10

    Six Flags Magic Mountain Announces New Ride Speedy Gonzales Hot Rod Racers

    Six Flags Magic Mountain officials announced their newest ride Speedy Gonzales Hot Rod Racers on Tuesday, which is slated for Bugs Bunny World this summer