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SCV NewsBreak | Tuesday, September 1, 2015

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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

A woman who went missing from Canyon Country last week was found safe and sound.

California’s Supreme Court is slated to hear Newhall Land go up against the Santa Clarita Organization for Planning and the Environment on Wednesday.

A bill authored by Assemblyman Scott Wilk was killed in the state senate on Monday, which would have given students the ability to avoid enrollment caps.

The Performing Arts Center at College of the Canyons is set to host the 4th annual Comics for the Cause fundraiser.

Plus your local weather report.

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24 Comments for SCV NewsBreak: Tuesday, September 1, 2015
  1. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    Well good news changes to WTF was she thinking?

  2. Stop reporting this girl is SAFE AND SOUND, she was spotted not found. She’s still missing as far as her family is concerned. She is far far from safe and sound!!! I hate the media and their misreporting the facts!

  3. From her mother on the Find Kristin Page

  4. Thanks for the weather report 👍

  5. So many different stories going around about this. I wish someone would confirm, too many people jumping too conclusion

  6. Not found, just spotted check the missing from Santa Clarita page.

  7. I don’t think she was actually found, on other pages she was said to be spotted in different areas, Northridge, Palmdale, but she isn’t home yet.

  8. Debbie Mcgee Debbie Mcgee says:

    It saddens me that you have all these negative comments. You don’t know what she is going through. Until you have walked in her shoes don’t judge her. You don’t know all the facts!

  9. Alan Duvo Alan Duvo says:

    Next time you want a break- have a snickers bar!!

  10. I’m happy she was found to be okay. My concern is the child she abandoned at school with nobody being informed to pick the child up. What mother does that to their child? What mother, in good conscience puts that kind of emotional strain upon a child? What mother allows their child to worry about whether mom has been kidnapped, injured, left for dead, murdered, etc.?

    This is an adult woman who supposedly has enough wherewithal to assist people in need within her church and community, but doesn’t have enough concern to extend to her own child or family?

    Happy she’s safe, sad she’s so inconsiderate to her own family!

    • She has lupus, and a symptom of that can be memory loss. I can only hope she is helped and that she returns to her family.

    • @ Samantha … So I weighed your response and briefly thought it was a viable consideration. You see, I too have issues with memory loss due to a medication I take. It’s really quite frustrating and sometimes scary. That said, I’ve never forgotten to pick my child up from school. If I can’t get there on time, I have a string of folks ready to step in for me. So, in that vein, I dismiss the possibility of memory loss being a factor.

      If memory loss were the case, I’d certainly think she’d remember her child far sooner than her pin code to get money out of her account. She certainly remembered how to get around town to various places in both LA and Ventura counties. Additionally, the memory loss wouldn’t have lasted for days on end.

      She abandoned her child, plain and simple!

  11. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    HELL YEAH!!!! Some good news.

  12. Dobie Gillis Dobie Gillis says:

    HELL YEAH!!!! Some good news.

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