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    LAPD Detective From Castaic Appointed To State Sex Offender Oversight Board

    Castaic resident and Los Angeles Police Department Detective has been appointed to the California Sex Offender Management Board.

    Key Senate Committee Passes CSU Antelope Valley Bill

    The Senate Education Committee passed Assembly Bill 736 allowing a feasibility study to be performed which could pave the way for a California State University campus in Antelope Valley.

    Senate Committee Officials Vote 7-0 To Approve Drug Overdose Antidote

    Assembly Judiciary Committee members voted 7-0 Tuesday to approve a bill that would put a life-saving antidote in the hands of first-responders to prevent drug overdose deaths.

    Five Santa Clarita School District Superintendents Support SB 1263

    Five Santa Clarita Valley school district superintendents sent out a letter calling on legislators to support SB 1263, which would reform charter school law

    State Sen. Steve Knight Plans Mobile Office Hours, Classroom Visit

    State Sen. Steve Knight's office staff will be at SCVi Charter School on Wednesday evening to talk with residents after hours. Knight will also be at Castaic Elementary School on Friday to talk with a third grade class.

    House, Senate Reach Agreement On National Defense Authorization Act

    A agreement has been reached between the House and Senate Armed Services Committees to pass the National Defense Authorization Act, which is essential to funding the U.S. military for the 2014 fiscal year.

    Shutdown Ended, Debt Default Averted By Last Minute Bill

    President Barack Obama signed a bill early Thursday morning that ended the 16-day government shutdown and averted a default on the national debt. The bill had previously passed in both houses after a bipartisan compromise in the Senate on Wednesday.

    Government Shutdown Could End Today, Pending Passage In Both Houses

    United States Senators have reached an agreement that could end the government shutdown on Wednesday, pending House approval. The proposed plan would reopen the government through mid-January.

    McKeon Expresses Optimism About End To Government Shutdown

    Congressman Buck McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, said he was 75 percent confident that the government would reopen by Monday. An agreement, which could possibly involve a five week extension of the debt ceiling, would have to be reached in the House and Senate.

    Who's Affected Most By Potential Government Shutdown

    Millions of Americans have their eyes on a potential government shut down that has a fast-approaching deadline