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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — A drunken driver who caused a fiery Southern California crash that killed three Las Vegas teenagers on spring break was sentenced Thursday to 51 years to life in prison.

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LANCASTER — Twelve Lancaster School District sites and two charter schools authorized by the District will host questionnaire assistance kiosks to assist families with Census 2020.

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PALMDALE — Palmdale Sheriff’s Station deputies responded to a report of an armed robbery at an apartment in the 1000 block of East Avenue R, at approximately 8:15 p.m., Wednesday.

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale Water District counts on wells to provide a significant portion of the water it delivers to customers and to ensure that supply is produced with maximum efficiency, so it is developing a well rehabilitation prioritization program.

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LANCASTER — Soroptimist International of Antelope Valley awarded three scholarships to single mothers pursing a career at its inaugural Live Your Dream banquet Tuesday night at the University of Antelope Valley.

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ACTON — An inmate who walked away from a firefighting camp for low-risk prisoners near Santa Clarita was back in custody Wednesday following his re-arrest in San Diego, authorities reported.

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PALMDALE — Arraignment for a Knight High School teacher accused of a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old female student has been postponed to April 7, Los Angeles County District Attorney officials said.

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LANCASTER — One Antelope Valley High School student and three Lancaster High School students joined future Army soldiers across the nation for the first-ever nationwide oath of enlistment conducted by U.S. Army Col. and NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan during a live broadcast from the Internatio…

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LANCASTER — With a theme of “Building Careers, Building Communities,” the Antelope Valley Board of Trade’s Business Outlook Conference is bringing education to the table for Friday’s event.

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Area voters have new options for casting their votes in the March 3 primary election, with options for dropping off vote by mail ballots and an array of voting centers instead of the neighborhood precincts.

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LITTLEROCK — Alpine Elementary School students raised more than $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through the Pennies for Patients drive.

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With the anticipation of carrying paying customers to suborbital space later this year, Virgin Galactic announced it will open the next round of ticket sales, beginning with an opening phase, today.

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PALMDALE — Customers of the Palmdale Water District who are thinking of increasing their water conservation efforts have new incentives to do so.

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PALMDALE — A 26-year-old Palmdale man involved in a fatal hit-and-run collision on Feb. 8, turned himself into authorities Monday at the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station.

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PALMDALE — Los Angeles County Sheriff’s detectives at the Palmdale Sheriff’s Station are seeking two adults wanted in connection with transporting juveniles while they vandalized homes, walls and in one case, Domenic Massari Park.

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Every school child knows the story of Rosa Parks, whose brave refusal to give up her seat to a white man led to the 1955 Montgomery bus boycott, a milestone in the history of civil rights for African Americans.

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LANCASTER — The Lancaster and Palmdale sheriff’s stations are looking for 50 community members to participate in the Antelope Valley’s 42nd Community Academy.

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LITTLEROCK — Keppel Union School District’s new Wellness Center at Lake Los Angeles School could be named after a former trustee.

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ACTON — California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation officials are looking for a minimum-security inmate who walked away from Acton Conservation Camp on Monday.

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BAKERSFIELD — A former Kern County Sheriff’s deputy who was once assigned to the Rosamond substation, pleaded not guilty Monday in Kern County Superior Court, to an additional eight charges of inappropriate conduct while on duty, including stalking and sexual battery, bringing the total numb…

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LANCASTER — City residents may now qualify for a state program which provides grants to help secure their homes against earthquakes.

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LOS ANGELES — Coroner’s officials on Sunday released the name of a 27-year-old man who was shot dead in a downtown apartment.

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LANCASTER — The city’s Museum of Art and History is in the early stages of a years-long accreditation process that will eventually allow the museum to facilitate loans and collections with peer museums.

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LANCASTER — Using their authority under Board Policy 2210, Antelope Valley Union High School District administrators approved a PINCO purchase order schedule, new textbooks for SOAR High School, new firewall and threat protection services, and expulsion agreements after the District’s govern…

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SACRAMENTO — Veterans’ pensions would no longer be taxed in California under a bill introduced by state Sen. Scott Wilk.

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PALMDALE — Residents are invited to bring their ideas for their community parks in a series of design meetings over the next two months by the city of Palmdale’s Parks and Recreation department.

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CALIFORNIA CITY — The City Council returned a former council member to the dais on Saturday, appointing Bill Smith to the open seat left by the resignation of Gene Stump in December.

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LANCASTER —  Antelope Valley College is working to get its automotive technology program certified through the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.

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LANCASTER —  California Highway Patrol officers arrested a 28-year-old Rosemead man Friday following two multi-vehicle non-injury collisions that closed the southbound Antelope Valley Freeway near Avenue D for approximately six hours.

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PALMDALE — Los Angeles County will issue up to $35 million in housing bonds to finance a 101-unit apartment complex that will accommodate low- and very low-income tenants.

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LANCASTER — The horde of skateboarders, roller skaters, and scooter riders waited patiently for the OK to skate at Thursday’s grand opening ceremony for the City’s first skatepark, at the newly renovated Jane Reynolds Park.

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LOS ANGELES — Saying “state law is not on our side,” Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said her office will not ask the California Supreme Court to review an appeals court ruling calling for the dismissal of charges against four social workers who were accused of failing to p…

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LANCASTER — A former Eastside School District principal was sentenced on Thursday to 15 years to life in prison after she had been found guilty of murder while driving drunk in a 2018 head-on collision, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office officials said.