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Montgomery prepping for run at Cubs starting rotation

The Major League Baseball winter meetings in Maryland came and went this week, and a player who’d already been traded three times in his...

SCCS girls basketball keeps trending upward

Santa Clarita Christian girls basketball has been on an upward slope. Three years ago, coach Dennis Schwesinger started Cardinals girls basketball back up after the...

SCV sports roundup: 12/8/16

Girls Soccer Hart 5, Orange Lutheran 2 The Indians (4-1) won their third Aliso Cup game with goals from three different players. Taylor Moorehead scored two...

Hart boys hoops falls in tourney final

NORTHRIDGE — Looking for a statement win in the championship game of the Warriors Invitational at Heritage Christian School in Northridge, Hart gave the...

Business as usual in Vikes boys soccer win

As Valencia High boys soccer worked toward a 5-1 win over Calabasas High on Thursday night, a young girl was sitting behind the Vikings’...

SCV Water Suppliers: ‘Drought fatigue’ setting in

The weather is finally changing in the Santa Clarita Valley, and much of the focus has shifted away from California’s record-setting drought. But don’t let...

Supervisors declare homelessness a state of emergency

Supervisor Kathryn Barger, now representing Los Angeles County District 5 and the Santa Clarita Valley, joined Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas Wednesday in urging the Los...

What’s next for undocumented students protected by DACA in a post-election world?

When the news of Donald Trump’s presidential election reached 20-year-old College of the Canyons student Carlos, a pseudonym given to the student to protect...

What’s next for undocumented students protected by DACA in a post-election world?

When the news of Donald Trump’s presidential election reached 20-year-old College of the Canyons student Carlos, (not his real name), he decided to change...

Local injured vet receives $25,000 of good cheer

A local injured veteran saw his holiday season brightened Thursday when a charitable group presented him and his family with a check for $25,000. Jose...