In this episode:
Students are exploring the sciences in a brand new science lab at Oak Hills School; Two massage parlors were busted for prostitution and a Newhall man was arrested for an assault in Canyon Country; A 19-year-old Valencia man who admitted to raping a Stevenson Ranch woman in her home back in January 2011 is trying to change his plea.
A group of COC students can now add LIVE television experience to their resumes; local weather.
Trinity Classical Academy takes first place at the Universal Cheerleader Association West Coast Championships; Trinity boys basketball has the chance to become the second every SCV team to grab a CIF title – they face off against Rio Hondo Prep Saturday morning.
Jersey Mike’s raised more than $4,000 for local schools this week.
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