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The Cowboy Couture Fashion Show
New exhibit at Art Gallery focused on the Middle East
City Hall flies flags at half to honor the victims of the Boston bombing
Student Services/Administration Building construction in progress
Lincoln Memorial, Washington D.C.
Admissions and Records building goes out with a bang

Parents of students at Saugus High School met at the Boys and Girls Club in Newhall on Tuesday to discuss safety issues following a string of, what they say, are racially motivated incidents.

Fatal accident in Canyon Country
Fatal accident in Canyon Country

Sheriff’s deputies responded to a report of a vehicle and pedestrian collision at the intersection of Sierra Highway and Sherzinger Lane in Canyon Country on Tuesday night. A large crowd surrounded the scene where a small Toyota struck two pedestrians. “We have one pedestrian down at the scene, and one taken to the hospital in […]

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Youth Grove Evening of Remembrance

Santa Clarita held the 9th Annual Youth Grove Evening of Remembrance Ceremony at Central Park for the families and friends who lost loved ones to tragic automobile accidents.

The Islamic State

The threat from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Syria has reached an all time high. Last week President Obama announced to the world that the United States will lead a coalition of nations whose aim will be to degenerate the spread of ISIL’s control in the Middle East.

Fire damages Colossus at Six Flags

The legendary Colossus roller coaster at Six Flags Magic Mountain caught fire Monday afternoon. Video of the fire shows the top section collapsing after being completely engulfed in flames.

Six Flags Magic Mountain reveals plans for Twisted Colossus

Six Flags Magic Mountain revealed plans Thursday to convert the 36-year-old classic roller coaster Colossus, into a world-record-breaking hybrid coaster named Twisted Colossus.

Instrumental music struggles to find students while vocal music thrives

Clearly, the COC vocal department is thriving, but why are there so few instrumental music majors? According to Music Department Chair Dr. Bernardo Feldman, the COC administration is partially blocking the intstrumental music department from growing.

2 COC football players die in car crash; 1 other critically injured

Two College of the Canyons football players died Friday night when the vehicle they were passengers in lost control and collided with a van on San Fernando Road in Sylmar. Another COC football player was injured in the crash.

SCV teen arrested for making terrorist threats

At approximately 9 a.m. Sunday morning, an unidentified 15-year-old male was arrested for posting threats to shoot various schools in the Santa Clarita Valley but especially targeting high school students

A pair of unexpected acts

At one point or another, we’ve all lost something that is valuable to us, and if we’re lucky, we find a way to replace it. For 13 year-old Hunter Ventress, that valuable something was a brand new baseball glove.

The Shoe Crew

It’s rare to find individuals who place the needs of other before their own. It’s even more rare when those individuals are high school and college students. Siblings Kayla and Justin Tinucci are founders of a foundation known as The Shoe Crew, a foundation that has benefited the lives of thousands of children that are considered to be less fortunate.

2 hospitalized after coaster crash at Six Flags Magic Mountain

LA County Fire officials are reporting that at least four people are injured and approximately 28 are trapped after a roller coaster accident at Six Flags Magic Mountain.

High school seniors forgo attending four-year schools in favor of community colleges

There will be thousands more high school graduates by next week, but when asked where they will be taking their diplomas after graduation most of them answer: Community College.

COC students find it difficult to meet with counselors, advisors

Students say the problems they face in trying to graduate on time or transfer from College of the Canyons is due to the lack of advisors and not being able to get the help they need from them.