In this episode:
To help illustrate the gravity of getting behind the wheel, local deputies, firefighters and school officials staged a deadly “Every 15 Minutes” collision at Canyon High Thursday; Two teens arrested shortly after midnight Wednesday are being accused of street racing
The sighting of a legless lizard is stopping the county from building an overpass bridge for Highway 126; New crime statistics show serious and violent crimes are on the rise across our valley, despite a drop within city limits; local weather.
Sophomore Elisa Pierre of Golden Valley has qualified for the state golf championships; Cody Miller of Hart boys baseball has signed a national letter of intent to play Division 1 baseball for Wofford College in South Carolina.
Well after serving College of the Canyons for 25 years, Chancellor Dianne Van Hook was honored with the Key to the City.
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Yeah I never really cared about this when I was in high school
kids dont take this serious enough, they need to show videos of gruesome real footage to scare kids with the truth instead of ‘informing’ them with a dude dressed up in a halloween costume
Such an important program! Driving drunk is unacceptable. There is always an alternative.
This was amazing. I really hope that our kids learn from this.