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CSUN Biotech Senior Attends Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internship for Summer

Spending a summer away from home is often a highlight of college life, but rarely does it involve participating in seminars and lab research at an Ivy League university across the country. For Caroline Arellano-Garcia, a senior biotechnology major at California State University, Northridge, such an experience only enhanced her college years. Arellano-Garcia is one […]

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SFPD Seizes 243 Marijuana Plants

San Fernando Police Department officers shut down a marijuana growing operation discovered in the 800 block of Arroyo Avenue. Lt. Nichole Hanchett, SFPD Detective Bureau commander, said officers were responding to a burglar alarm on Aug. 7 when they saw a door had been forced opened. After entering the building, investigators did not find any […]

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One Dead, at Least One Injured after Officer Involved Shooting in the City of San Fernando

Investigation Underway Gabriel Lopez-Gonzalez, 22, a resident of Van Nuys, has been identified as the man who was killed in an officer-involved shooting in the city of San Fernando on Tuesday, Aug. 12. In an interview with the San Fernando Valley Sun/El Sol,  Lt.. Dave Coleman of the L.A. County Sheriff’s Homicide Bureau said the […]

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How to Calm Start-of-School Jitters

SACRAMENTO – The back-to-school season is an exciting time, but it can also cause anxiety for some children – and parents too! Preparing in advance can help your child feel more confident and have a more positive school experience. California State PTA offers guidance for parents and students for helping to calm jitters during the […]