SCV NewsBreak | Wednesday, June 1, 2015
Santa Clarita planning officials recommended the approval of a new Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center site, as well as senior homes and a YMCA facility on Tuesday.
An assembly bill which would legalize lane splitting is on its way to the Senate after a 58-14 vote.
The Senate did pass a piece of legislation that will set a long-range target for slashing greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global warming.
The Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station received a few new vehicles to help with enforcement as well as children’s summer and homeless out reach programs.
Saugus Union School District has approved a timeline for moving to district-based elections.
The woman reported missing from a Mexico City airport on Tuesday has been found safe.
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