Antibody treatments can help fight COVID-19

As the winter surge in cases continues, COVID-19 testing along with monoclonal antibody treatments have become harder to come by. Locally, COVID-19 testing lines could be seen wrapping through and

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Another cold weather alert issued for SCV

As rain continues to fall across the Santa Clarita Valley, temperatures are set to remain low through the weekend, as the Los Angeles County Health Officer issued a cold weather

County extends tenant protections

Los Angeles County’s temporary eviction moratorium was extended through Jan. 31, 2022, after a 4-0 county Board of Supervisors vote last week. The move comes as the county’s protections that

A second pandemic looms

The pandemic’s toll could be seen nationwide this past year, as deaths from drug overdoses hit a record high in 2020, according to the U.S. government. The death toll jumped

Exer announces Sports & Schools program

As more youth return to sports, Exer Urgent Care announced it’d be providing students with complimentary sports screening exams and EKGs through its Exer Sports & Schools program.  The program

How health care clinics answered the call

While the pandemic shuttered countless businesses, others in the health care industry saw an influx. As hospitals faced an unprecedented surge, most urgent care centers and health care clinics across

Hundreds line up for Castaic food distribution

Hundreds of cars snaked through the Castaic Lake Recreation Area parking lot Thursday, as they waited to receive boxes full of food during another free drive-thru food-distribution event hosted by

Barger to host another Castaic food distribution

Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger’s office is hosting another free, drive-thru food distribution event in Castaic on Thursday.   Barger’s office has partnered with the L.A. Regional Food Bank a

SCV Veteran Center prepares for reopening

The Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative is preparing for the reopening of its Veteran Center, as well as the return of general meetings. The news comes a year after the