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Governor Jerry Brown has passed the End of Life Options Act, making it legal for terminally ill patients to end their life with doctor prescribed drugs.

COC extends Student Health Center hours in Oregon shooting aftermath
COC extends Student Health Center hours in Oregon shooting aftermath

College of the Canyons is extending operating hours of the Student Health and Wellness Center until 7 p.m. from Monday Oct. 5 through Oct. 8.

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10 dead, including gunman, after shooting at community college in Oregon

View image | Nine people were killed and seven others were injured after a shooter entered and opened fire at a rural community college in Roseburg, Oregon. The shooter was eventually killed in a classroom after a firefight with police who arrived soon after the shooting began. Authorities later identified the shooter as 26-year-old […]

Ninth dog found with chemical burns

The total number of dogs found with chemical burns jumped to nine after the rescue of Taco, found roaming in the Antelope Valley, officials said.

Drug test kits to be given to Santa Clarita Parents

Ed. Note: The following is a news release courtesy of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Deputy Brian Rooney Will be giving out free in-home drug testing kits to local families at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station Youth Activities League, YAL, today from 2-7 p.m. YAL is located at 30300 Arlington Road in Val […]

Motocross safety event honors local rider

The Cory Tarrant Forever Young Foundation and Ryan “Ryno” Hughes present a special event in honor of Cory Tarrant.

Detectives investigating human remains found in river

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Homicide detectives are investigating human remains found Monday morning in the Santa Clara River.

Dr. Brogdon-Wynne reminds us to “just do it”

EOPS director explains the motivation in her life.

Can marijuana save Santa Clarita from heroin?

  Salty tears are streaming down Krissy Mcafee’s face as she begins to tell the reporters in front of her that she is heartbroken. Krissy’s heart is broken because her best friend and daughter, Carlie, overdosed on heroin and died the night before. 22-year-old Carlie Coulter was just one of 16 victims in 2012 to […]

Love, not hate: Story of Bullying

Bullying is one of the leading causes that affect young children with long-term mental health effects. Franco Salcedo, resident of Santa Clarita, did not allow bullying to affect him, rather he brings about goodness in others. Franco has been bullied from elementary school to freshman year of high school and with no support, his mindset […]

Addie Farley the ‘Mast Cell’ warrior

When Addie was 15 months old, doctors discovered her hemoglobin was low and she needed a blood transfusion. She is currently on IV infusions of saline for hydration 2 times a week, IVIG (which is gathered from blood donors) monthly and iron infusions twice a month. She had a PICC line placed in Feb of 2014, […]

Santa Clarita residents voice frustration over proposed high-speed rail

Residents of Santa Clarita and nearby communities have expressed concerns and opposition against the proposed California High-Speed Rail project.

Son’s death fuels battle for motorcycle safety

Three years after a tragic motorcycle crash that claimed the life of their son, the Tarrant family of Santa Clarita continues an on-going battle to increase safety testing on protective neck gear.

Take a book, leave a book at a Little Free Library

It may look like a birdhouse or a mailbox, but it’s a Little Free Library and they’re popping up all over the Santa Clarita Valley. Little Free Libraries can be described as community book swaps. There are no library cards, dues dates or late fees, and you don’t have to whisper or stay quiet. The […]

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