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Saugus Teen Found After Being Missing For More Than A Week

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A Santa Clarita teen who has been missing for more than a week was found safe and sound in Downtown Los Angeles Thursday afternoon, family said. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to your inbox. “Somebody had seen my Facebook page ‘Maria Espinola WHERE ARE YOU?’,” said Maria Spargisiore, Maria Espinola’s aunt. “Someone saw her and ...

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Natural Gas Release, Venting Gas At The Honor Rancho Storage Facility

Natural Gas Release, Venting Gas At The Honor Rancho Storage Facility

SoCalGas’ Honor Rancho Storage Facility has been offline for maintenance the last few days.  They will be bringing the facility back online this afternoon. By coming back online, it will require periodic venting of natural gas to the atmosphere between 1:30 PM and 4 PM, October 23, 2013. Don’t miss a thing. Get breaking Santa Clarita news alerts delivered right to ...

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Christopher Dorner Found Dead In Big Bear Cabin After Standoff

Christopher Dorner Found Dead In Big Bear Cabin After Standoff

Update 7:45 PM A charred body identified by a sources as the corpse of former LAPD cop Christopher Dorner was found Tuesday night in the torched mountainside cabin where he had barricaded himself after killing one sheriff’s deputy and wounding a second in a gun battle. The sources, from Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s office, told NBC News the LAPD ...

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UPDATED: Structure Fire Reported In Canyon Country

UPDATED: Structure Fire Reported In Canyon Country

By Wendy J. Aguilar UPDATED: 11:45 a.m. A structure fire reported at Siam Rice in Canyon Country is under control and no other structures are threatened, according to inspector Quvondo Johnson with the Los Angeles County Fire Department. “The restaurant suffered significant damage, so it will not be opened for business for a cosiderable amount of time,” said John Tripp, ...

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