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SCV NewsBreak | Tuesday, July 7, 2015

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

A parolee who pulled a small kitchen knife on his family on Monday night was arrested two hours after he refused to leave the house.

Senate Bill 128 came to a screeching halt today after a lack of votes on the Assembly Health Committee shut it down.

California legislators are looking to host a re-vote of the 2008 voter-approved high speed rail.

A recent bill from Senators Andy Vidak and Rudy Salas also aims to stop funding for the rail until a re-vote can occur on June 7, 2016.

The Fourth of July brought more than just fireworks to Santa Clarita.

A man who earned the Silver Spur Award and has a College of the Canyons scholarship in his name has died.

Plus your local weather report.

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