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Deputies and firefighters responded to what they thought was a house fire at Hidden Oak Place in Canyon Country on Tuesday. When they learned that there was a potentially armed a suicidal man inside the house, the call turned into an hours-long standoff.
An alleged wrong way driver is being charged with D-U-I according to California Highway Patrol officers after a multi car pile-up left more than a dozen hurt Monday.
To help our local students prepare for an active shooter situation, deputies are holding a drill at Arroyo Seco Junior High on Thursday.
Santa Clarita sheriff’s deputies are setting up shop to help keep drunk drivers off the roads.
If your high school student is ready to start exploring a career before they graduate, they might consider joining the Career Path or Regional Occupational Program with the Hart District.
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