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    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.

    Congressional Art Competition Accepting Submissions Until April 21

    KHTS AM-1220 is sponsoring the 2014 Congressional Art Competition in the 25th District. Organized by the office of Congressman Buck McKeon and hosted by Fastframe Valencia, the contest is open to all local high school students.

    Missing Palmdale Woman Last Seen Christmas Day Found

    Missing 19-year-old found in Palmdale apartment Saturday, father of victim's child subsequently arrested.

    Palmdale Given Final Statement CVRA Lawsuit, City To Appeal

    A judge issued his final ruling in a lawsuit against the city of Palmdale which claims the city is in violation of the California Voting Rights Act due to its at-large elections for City Council

    Palmdale Voting Rights Act Ruling Could Change Political Landscape

    A judge issued a tentative ruling in the case of an alleged California Voting Rights Act violation that could change Palmdale's City Council election

    Palmdale Deputy From Santa Clarita Gets Probation For Inmate Assault

    A Valencia man who was a deputy for the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station received probation Monday after pleading no contest to an accusation that he beat an inmate in his custody.

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