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SCV NewsBreak | March 30: High Court Rules on Lexi Case, Gazette Declared General Circulation Newspaper

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March 30: High Court Rules on Lexi Case, Gazette Declared General Circulation Newspaper

The California Supreme Court have refused to stay the order to return 6-year-old foster child Lexi to her relatives in Utah.

The Santa Clarita Gazette & Free Classifieds has officially been declared a “newspaper of general circulation” by a judge following a lengthy legal dispute with The Signal newspaper.

LA is notorious for its traffic problems, but a new freeway overpass is posed to bring relief for some weary commuters.

Scheduled maintenance is going to cause a stir the first week in april when residents are being asked to completely stop watering their outdoor plants.

Plus, this week’s weather.

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