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Recall Gascón campaign submits over 700K signatures, now await validation

The opponents of L.A. County District Attorney George Gascón announced Wednesday that they had submitted their petition supporting the recall of the county’s top prosecutor.   Although getting the potential referendum on the ballot only required 566,857 signatures — the number representing 10% of the total number of L.A. County voters — the petitioners reported on Wednesday to have dropped off

City Council reviews, approves budget

The Santa Clarita City Council reviewed and approved the 2022 fiscal year budget on Wednesday, setting the city up to provide services and new infrastructure

City to discuss possible budget approval

On Tuesday, the Santa Clarita City Council is set to discuss and possibly adopt its projected $299.3 million budget — a 21% increase from the 2021-22

Valladares introduces Saugus Strong Act

In an effort to improve school safety and reduce campus shootings throughout the state, Assemblywoman Suzette Valladares has introduced the Saugus Strong Act — a

Election Results Update

Unofficial results as of 3:40 p.m. Friday. 100% of precincts partially reporting. Next update expected Tuesday. Official results to be finalized by July 15. Results

City selects less expensive trash service

After decades of partnering with Waste Management, the Santa Clarita City Council decided Tuesday to go with a new solid waste collection service for local

Hart Board approves budget, LCAP

The 2022-2023 operating budget for the William S. Hart Union High School District, as well as the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan, or LCAP,

Supes postpone vote on school officers

The L.A. County Board of Supervisors postponed its previously scheduled vote on the future of the county’s School Resource Officer program, pushing the discussion and

Updated Election Results

Unofficial results as of 4:40 p.m. Tuesday. 100% of precincts partially reporting. Next update expected Friday. Official results to be finalized by July 15. Results