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In honor of Christopher Wilke, a 12-year-old boy who died of cancer of the bile ducts on March 20, 2014, Burbank resident and ultra marathon runner Roy Wiegand is planning to run from Angels Stadium in Anaheim to the Michael Hoefflin Foundation in Santa Clarita on Friday, July 4. All proceeds from this run will go to the Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children's Cancer.
What you need to do to pay for college, who's making a name for themselves in Hollywood & more
Santa Clarita is chock-full of exceptional non-profit organizations, but that doesn't mean that, sometimes, people want to think outside the box (Or city!) when it comes to donating resources or volunteering their time.
Happier birthdays for your child - and you!
Nature is vital to the emotional and physical health of your child.
Treat your furbabies to the best under the tree while providing food for animals in need.
Jacob Zamora, born in 1984, grew up in the SCV and attended Sulphur Springs, La Mesa and Canyon High schools. He achieved the rank of Eagle Scout with the Boy Scouts of America. After graduation, Jacob aspired to become a California Highway Patrol officer and became a member of the CHP Explorer Post 540 in the SCV.
Do you know what your rabbit should be eating - and how to adopt a rubber ducky? You do now!
Ready to run? How about walk, or take up tennis? Here's the support and incentive you need.
If you don't know how to spot, prevent and treat heatstroke in your dogs, you owe it to Fluffy to read up now.
Tie up those tennis shoes and hit the pavement to help others - and yourself.
Save big on back-to-school shopping at this consignment event
School news, college-planning blues and more can be found in this month's Family section.
Find out how to not just treat the symptoms, but how to reverse your pet's illness or joint damage and more.
"Don't let your cat eat..." and more important Family briefs.
Is there room in your heart for a foster child? Learn how you can help a kid in need.
What if this year was the year you stuck to your New Year's resolutions and changed your health and fitness for the better? What does that kind of success look like? How does it feel? Visualizing our future success can serve as an incredible motivator, but your "can do" plan has to include more than a really detailed snapshot of the end result. You also need to decide on the "how." For many of us, clubs and services are our best bet to long-term health and fitness success. Here are two SCV favorites.
Meet a local actor, sharpen your organizing skills and more with the help of our Family Time professionals.
Should Miss Kitty get to eat "people food?" This answer and more - including a great introduction to the lead pastor of Real Life Church - can be found here.
Doggy Fashion Shows, Mysterious Birthday Parties and a Free Kids Meal on Gameday!
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