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USDA closes forests until mid-September due to wildfire danger

Due to the ongoing wildfire threats plaguing the state of California, the United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service has closed access to a number of nearby forests.   Included in the list, among a number from surrounding communities across the U.S. Forest Service’s California service area, are the Angeles National Forest, Los Padres National Forest and San Bernardino National Forest.  

SCV kids take gardening to space

Santa Clarita Valley residents Hutch and Sophia Siegen, sixth- and fifth-grade students at iLEAD Schools, are taking their science experiment out of this world.   While participating in iLEAD’s DreamUp

Mountain lion found dead in Valencia

P-78, a mountain lion that was being studied by the U.S. National Park Service, was found dead near San Francisquito Creek in Valencia, the Santa

SoCal Edison to hold SCV community meeting

Southern California Edison officials plan to give residents a chance Thursday to ask questions and speak with them directly during two online meetings to discuss Edison’s Public Safety Power Shutoff program. 

SCV Water hosts meeting on Saugus aquifer

As the Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency works to remove hazardous substances from the Saugus Formation Aquifer, the agency hosted a virtual public meeting to

SCV Water files lawsuit over water contamination

The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency filed a lawsuit Tuesday against multiple companies over water contamination, alleging toxic chemicals from products manufactured by those named