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Motorcycle Crash In Santa Clarita Sends One To The Hospital

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A motorcycle crash in Santa Clarita sent one person to the hospital Friday, officials said.  Around 4:40 p.m. Friday, emergency responders received reports of a traffic collision on the 11000 block of Soledad Canyon Road just north of the Santa Clara River in Canyon Country, according to Miguel Ornelas, a dispatch supervisor with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.  “We ...

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Santa Clarita Attempted Murder Suspect Pleads Not Guilty After Stabbing Brother, Sister-In-Law  

A Santa Clarita attempted murder suspect returned to court Thursday and pled not guilty after an attack last November which left his sister-in-law partially paralyzed. On Thursday, Guadalupe Albarran, 27, pled not guilty to attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon and violating a restraining order, said Ricardo Santiago, spokesperson for the  Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office.  Around 1:40 ...

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Hart District, Albertsons Hosts Free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

The William S. Hart Union High School District collaborated with Albertsons to offer a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic to members of the community on Friday. Thanks to a partnership between the Hart District and Albertsons, students, families and other members of the community were able to get COVID-19 vaccinations at a free clinic at Placerita Junior High School on Friday. ...

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COVID-19 Hospitalizations Continue To Decline In L.A. County

Hospitalizations due to COVID-19 are continuing to decline in Los Angeles County, reaching the lowest five-day average since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. As o Friday, there are 376 people with COVID-19 currently hospitalized and 22 percent of these people are in the ICU. The five-day average of daily hospitalizations is 389, the lowest since the beginning of the ...

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Supervisor Barger Disapproves Of Gascón Decision To Drop Death Penalty In Lancaster Boy’s Murder

Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger, who oversees Santa Clarita, released a statement of disapproval after the death penalty of a Lancaster woman and her boyfriend were dismissed in a case where they allegedly tortured their son to death.  Anthony Avalos, 10, from Lancaster was killed in June of 2018 after being tortured by his mother and her boyfriend, according ...

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Six Flags Hurricane Harbor To Reopen May 15

Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, located next door to Six Flags Magic Mountain, announced plans to reopen the water park in May. Six Flags Hurricane Harbor is set to re-open to Members and Pass holders on May 15-16, and to the general public on May 22, 2021. In accordance with state and county reopening guidelines for waterparks, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor ...

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SCV Chamber To Host ‘State Of The County’ At Six Flags Magic Mountain

The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce (SCV Chamber) has announced the return of its annual “State of the County event,” to be held in person at Six Flags Magic Mountain.  The SCV Chamber and Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s office have been working to create a dynamic event to celebrate the reopening of the economy, which is scheduled ...

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Hart District Looking For Measure SA Oversight Committee Member

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The William S. Hart Union High School District is looking for one new member to serve on the Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee as an active member of the organization. Officials with the Hart District are searching for one member to fill the “Member in a Bona Fide Taxpayer Organization” category of the Measure SA Citizens’ Oversight Committee. This member ...

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Saugus School District Superintendent Discusses Pandemic, Upcoming Fall Semester

Dr. Colleen Hawkins, the superintendent of the Saugus Union School District, sat down with KHTS in an on-air interview Thursday reflecting on the last year and what the future years are expected to look like after the coronavirus pandemic. Word of schools reopening and school shut-downs amid COVID-19  have been rather unpredictable since the start of the pandemic, but with ...

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Several Suspects Detained In Santa Clarita Following Assault With A Deadly Weapon Report

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Several suspects were detained in Santa Clarita following an assault with a deadly weapon report Thursday afternoon, officials said.  Around 4 p.m. Thursday, Sheriff’s officials received reports of an assault with a deadly weapon involving a firearm near Canyon Crest Drive and Whites Canyon Road just north of Todd Longshore Park in Canyon Country, according to LT. Jonathan Hoyt with ...

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