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PALMDALE — A SAGE Magnet Academy teacher is suing the Palmdale School District and its administrative team, alleging racial harassment and hostile work environment, racial discrimination and retaliation in violation of the state Fair Housing and Employment Act, as well as failure to prevent …

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EDWARDS AFB — Plans are quickly developing for the first air show at Edwards Air Force Base in 13 years, set for Oct. 15 and 16.

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ROSAMOND — The Rosamond Community Services District Board of Directors approved its 2020 Urban Water Management Plan, on Wednesday, following a public hearing.

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ACTON — Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District will use an outside consultant to update the District’s five-year strategic plan.

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PALMDALE — The Palmdale Water District Board of Directors, on Monday, will consider additions to the mandatory water restrictions already in effect, to prohibit watering non-functional, or decorative, turf with potable water.

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PALMDALE — The Fourth of July is still more than a week away, but Palmdale’s illegal fireworks enforcement efforts are already netting results.

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LAKE HUGHES — The Lakes Community Center will present a Paul Koslo Movie Night fundraiser and silent auction featuring the 2008 film “Alive or Dead,” which was filmed at Shea Castle and co-produced by Koslo.

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The California Highway Patrol will conduct a sober driving and driver’s license checkpoint, today, at an as-yet undisclosed location in the Antelope Valley.

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CALIFORNIA CITY — With all five members in place, the City Council, on Thursday, approved a resolution continuing the provisions for meeting under emergency measures initiated at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PALMDALE — Knight High School’s football program is scrambling to get new helmets after nearly 40 helmets were stolen, over the June 18-19 weekend.

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LANCASTER — Wearing purple shirts, chanting and carrying signs saying “Enough is Enough,” hundreds of Antelope Valley Medical Center staff — members of the SEIU-UHW union — picketed on the sidewalk in front of the hospital, Thursday, to draw attention to their contract negotiations.

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Quartz Hill resident Ronnie Densford took this photo in his backyard, Tuesday night. “It’s so wonderful to experience the lightning,” he said. “I’ve lived her my entire life and never seen anything like it.”

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LANCASTER — The Lancaster Planning Commission agreed to extend five tentative tract maps and associated conditional use permits for proposed residential developments totaling 629 single-family lots, and approved two resubmitted tentative tract maps for a total of 24 single-family residential…

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LANCASTER — A segment of Avenue K east of the 12th Street West intersection will be restricted to one lane, beginning on or around Monday, as the city constructs a new recycled waterline.

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LOS ANGELES — The widow and two daughters of a man who was kidnapped, robbed and murdered, three decades ago, from a Lancaster construction business urged a judge, Wednesday, to reject a request by the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office to vacate his killer’s death sentence and re…

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PALMDALE — The Antelope Valley Watermaster Board of Directors, on Wednesday, unanimously agreed to send letters of appreciation to local government and agencies that have been active in pursuing illegal marijuana growing operations in the Antelope Valley, which involve substantial water theft.

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PALMDALE — The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will conduct a driving under the influence checkpoint, from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m., on Friday, at an undisclosed location.

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LANCASTER — Eastside Union School District’s Child Nutrition Department served approximately 3,000 meal kits, at Friday’s kickoff for its Summer Meal program at Tierra Bonita Park, where children and teens 18 and younger can eat for free, this summer.

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LANCASTER — The Lancaster City Council, at the June 14 meeting, approved a Joint Powers Agreement to create the High Desert Corridor Joint Powers Agency between Los Angeles County, LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and the cities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Lancaster, Palmdale …

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LANCASTER — Sue Page, executive director for The Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley, will retire at the end of the month, after 11 years of service.

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LONG BEACH (CNS) — A 30-year-old man from Palmdale was found fatally shot inside a vehicle next to his son, on Father’s Day, in Long Beach.  Officers were called to the shooting scene at about 8:45 p.m., Sunday, at the intersection of Anaheim Street and Roswell Avenue and found Leevi Matuni …

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EL MIRAGE — A Hesperia man driving a truck-trailer drove off a remote desert road east of Palmdale and died, Monday, California Highway Patrol officials reported.

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LANCASTER — A motorcyclist was killed, Friday evening, while trying to avoid a stopped car near the intersection of 10th Street West and Avenue J-6, Lancaster Sheriff’s Station officials reported.

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LANCASTER — As the COVID pandemic was spreading across the nation, in 2020, the numbers of homeless people counted in the Antelope Valley jumped 44%.

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LANCASTER — The City of Lancaster and the Lancaster Housing Authority will sell the former Piute Wellness Home for approximately $390,000 due to changing needs.

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PALMDALE — Antelope Valley residents are invited to provide input on what a proposed regional recreation center should include and where it should be.

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ROSAMOND — The Rosamond Community Services District will hold a public hearing, on Wednesday, regarding the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan.

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LOS ANGELES (CNS) — A woman who was killed when her car rear-ended another vehicle, left the roadway and hit a light pole, splitting it in two, was identified, Monday, as a Palmdale resident.

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LANCASTER — Antelope Valley Community College District will discontinue the Agriculture/Park and Landscape Management program and four Office Technology programs due to low enrollment and changing needs.

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CALIFORNIA CITY — The City Council could not break a stalemate on whether to continue the provisions for meeting under emergency measures initiated at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, delaying a decision until the Council’s special meeting, on Wednesday.

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SUN VILLAGE — Hundreds of people turned out, Saturday, to celebrate Juneteenth, America’s newest national holiday.

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PALMDALE — The Planning Commission approved a new hotel to be built adjacent the Edwards Federal Credit Union on 10th Street West, despite objections from the credit union.

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LANCASTER — Antelope Valley Community College District’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved a Memorandum of Understanding with Familia Barrios Catering for food truck services on campus.

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PALMDALE — The City Council, on Thursday, approved a 25% rate hike for residential trash collection services — and smaller increases for commercial and industrial services — to accommodate the state’s new regulations for separating all organics from other trash for recycling.

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LANCASTER — The city will invest an estimated $191 million over the next three years, including $44 million on 22 projects for the Fiscal Year 2022-23 proposed budget that include improvements at Sgt. Steve Owen Memorial Park, Lancaster Performing Arts Center, city streets and right-of-way, …

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CALIFORNIA CITY — The City Council denied a request to provide the mayor with the authority to sign letters in support of or in opposition to legislative matters requested by the League of California Cities, without first discussing the matter in an open meeting.