SCV NewsBreak | Tuesday, March 3, 2015
A bill announced Monday could increase protection for victims and provide tools for law enforcement when prosecuting cyber-exploitation cases in California.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Deputies are teaming up with the City of Santa Clarita to raise awareness about car break-ins.
Santa Clarita residents can learn life saving emergency skills by signing up for the city’s Community Emergency Response Training, or C-E-R-T program.
A local hot spot is returning as the Thursdays at Newhall series begins March 5th.
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