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Palmdale

    Murderer Gets 40-Year Sentence In 2013 Acton Shooting

    A Santa Clarita Valley man received a 40-year sentence Friday for the second-degree murder of Christopher Demyen, as several family members provided tearful testimony Friday at his killer’s sentencing in Lancaster.Scott Shipley, 57, of Acton, was found guilty back in April, after a brief trial. “I think that the verdict reached by the jury was the correct and just verdict and the sentence that the defendant received was just,” said Tom Trainor, deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County. "While no sentence can ever bring Demyen back to his family, this can hopefully provide them with some finality in this chapter of their life."

    Two Palmdale Men Sentenced For October Robberies

    Two Palmdale men accused of felony robbery took a plea deal recently, according to District Attorney’s Office officials.


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    High-Speed Rail System Public Meetings To Be Held Near Santa Clarita

    California High-Speed Rail Authority officials are hosting several public meetings for the first high-speed rail system in the United States.

    Acton Fatal Crash On Highway 14 Leaves 2 Dead, Infant Hospitalized

    A man and a woman were killed, and an infant sustained major injuries, in a fatal crash Tuesday at 7:54 p.m in Acton, officials said Tuesday.

    Assemblyman's Aerospace Tax Credit Bill Signed

    Assembly Bill 2389, a measure to create and retain aerospace industry jobs in California, was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown.

    2014 Legislative Update For Santa Clarita Valley Lawmakers

    Political representatives of the Santa Clarita Valley have been busy in 2014, authoring bills ranging from the prevention of school bullying to protecting veterans and the disabled.

    Judge Orders Palmdale To Pay $3.5M For Voting Rights Act Violation

    A judge ordered the city of Palmdale to pay a little more than $3.5 million to settle the costs of a California Votings Rights Act lawsuit. The city still has the option to seek a review of the appellate decision by the state's Supreme Court

    High Speed Rail Authority To Host Community Open House At Hart Park

    Before creating an Environmental Impact Report for the Palmdale to Los Angeles section of the California High Speed Rail, the Rail Authority will conduct a Santa Clarita open house at Hart Park on Thursday.

    County Supervisors Angry Over Ruling On Rapist's Palmdale Address

    A violent sex predator is set to live in Palmdale after ruling by a Santa Clara Superior Court Judge

    SBDC To Host Go-Biz Seminar For Small Businesses On Friday

    The Small Business Development Center and the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development are hosting a seminar about the resources available to small business owners, on Friday in Lancaster.