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Santa Clarita Valley

    Man Dies After Being Found With Throat Slit In Valencia Warehouse

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies responded Thursday to a report of a suspicious death in a warehouse bathroom at the Valencia Industrial Center around 11:25 a.m., officials said Thursday. A man was found with his throat slit inside the restroom of a business on the 24900 block of Avenue Kearny in Valencia, according to Sheriff’s Station officials. Deputies and Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau detectives were on scene Thursday afternoon, in front of Platinum Pets and Exclusive Powder Coating, two businesses operating in the warehouse where the body was found.

    Santa Clarita Valley Rape, Murder Cases Have Court Dates Wednesday

    Two murder cases with Santa Clarita Valley ties were in the courts Wednesday, as was a convicted murderer being tried for rape.

    Hart High Readies To Add Lacrosse To Gameplan

    Another Hart district high school is adding lacrosse to its sports lineup, the third high school in the district to do so, officials said Wednesday.

    Editorial: We Lost A True SCV Leader And Our Road Warrior

    We lost an anchor of our community on Tuesday evening with the passing of Connie Worden-Roberts.

    Santa Clarita Deputies End Castaic Standoff Without Incident

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station officials took a woman into custody after an hourslong standoff situation with the allegedly armed woman suspected of having a mental illness in a Castaic mobile home park.

    Santa Clarita Leader, Activist Connie Worden-Roberts Dies At Age 83

    A longtime Santa Clarita Valley woman praised for decades of community building and her key role in the city's formation, Connie Worden-Roberts died Tuesday at 5:50 p.m. in Canyon Country of an illness, according to family members. She was 83. Nearly 100 longtime Santa Clarita Valley residents and officials were on hand as Worden-Roberts was given a key to the city of Santa Clarita and a Lifetime Achievement Award on May 16.

    Animal Control Still Seeking 2 Dogs, Owner In Pitbull-Horse Attack

    County animal control officials have been unable to identify the two dogs in last week’s attack  using their database of licenses, a representative said Tuesday.

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    Santa Clarita Valley Officials Expected To OK Drought Restrictions This Week

    Santa Clarita Valley water agency officials gathered Tuesday to discuss conservation measures facing Santa Clarita Valley water ratepayers. The restrictions have a 270-day trigger, Cole said, meaning the restrictions would be evaluated again at that time based on the rainfall levels. The revenues from fines are up to the discretion of the respective water retailer, Cole said, but NCWD intended to put the money back into conservation programs.

    Santa Clarita Valley Deputies Arrest 5 On Drug-Related Charges

    Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies made five drug-related arrests this past week, according to Sheriff’s Station officials.

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    Castaic Lake Water Agency Announces Candidates For Governing Board

    Steven Brooks, Stephen Daniels and Stacy Fortner have officially filed for candidacy for the Castaic Lake Water Agency’s upcoming November governing board election, according to CLWA officials. Brooks is scheduled to run against incumbent Ed Colley to represent division one, Daniels will challenge incumbent Robert DiPrimio to represent division two and Fortner is expected to run against incumbents Gary Martin and Tom Campbell for a seat as a member at large, according to the county officials. During the 2012 election, no incumbents were challenged, according to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder's Office. The deadline to file was Aug. 8.