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Longtime Santa Clarita resident Roger Howard has plenty of stories to tell after covering Los Angeles news for more than 30 years as a photojournalist.
Canyon High School announced Friday afternoon that it has called off the season opener varsity football game against Canyon High School. We were awaiting the results of the COVID-19 test in close contact with the student-athletes who tested positive earlier this week.
A lawyer representing Steve Kim, the owner of the Sand Canyon Country Club, sent a letter to Santa Clarita City Council last week, where Kim courted the city for “if the city continues to refuse” at the Sand Canyon Resort & Spa, what Kim proposed. Shown to take me.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge overturned the request for a detention order against the current LA Dodgers and former high school pitcher Hart Trevor Bauer after a woman claimed a professional athlete had her had raped earlier this year.
Los Angeles County public health officials on Friday confirmed 31 new deaths and 3,361 new cases of COVID-19 across the county, for a total of 32,098 cases in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Samuel Dixon Family Health Center Co., Ltd. hosted a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday, August 19 to celebrate the long-awaited completion of the Canyon Country Health Center remodel and expansion.
A family of suspects killed in a shooting by a warrant officer in northern Castaic last week criticized the handling of the case, but investigators say they are following standard procedures.
More than 200 local young people in the foster care system were given the opportunity to buy new clothes before Sunday of the school year.
Barbecues and high winds scorched thousands of acres, forced the large-scale evacuation of residents of the Santa Clarita Valley and accidentally started a dust mite fire in 2019 that destroyed several homes, officials said. firefighters. It is under study.
Until last Monday, businesses and restaurants in Santa Clarita will have to remove the temporary outdoor space they built in response to the COVID-19 limit on indoor capacity in the first 15 months of the pandemic. does not have.
Los Angeles County hit a rough patch on Thursday, losing more than 25,000 residents to COVID-19.
TMU women’s volleyball dominated UC Merced (25-16, 25-13, 25-20) at Hope SummerSlam on Tuesday, taking their first win of the season and then the 15th loss to Corban University. (Ore) Based on the established score of 12-25, 18-25 and 14-25.
The California Department of Transportation has announced that Highway 210 westbound from Schirmer will be completely closed for 55 hours on weekends due to pavement work.
After a very late start to football last spring and a shortened season, the Friday night lights officially returned in the fall of the Santa Clarita Valley.
A Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Detective announced Wednesday that he heard a woman screaming in a video posted to social media last week.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has awarded California State University, Northridge a total of $ 80,000 to support college students in film and journalism.
Los Angeles County Medical Inspector – The coroners office on Monday announced some of the names of men whose bodies recovered after being released from Pyramid Lake.
Sales of single-family homes in Santa Clarita settled in July as prices rose further by double digits, despite the increase in the supply of homes for sale, the Southland Regional Real Estate Association reported Thursday.
The Santa Clarita branch of the NAACP celebrated its grand opening on Tuesday at A Night Out, the first face-to-face event at the California Institute of the Arts.
Through its virtual orientation in September, the Children’s Department offers two avenues for those looking to support foster care placement.
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