Members of the California High Speed Rail Authority board failed to vote as scheduled Thursday on a proposed Sand Canyon bullet train route because they ran out of time, a spokeswoman said.
The proposed Bay Area-to-Los Angeles high-speed rail would take out several posh Sand Canyon homes and a church, as well as send 220-mph trains within a few hundred feet of two Canyon Country schools under one plan being considered.
Los Angeles County officials Tuesday unveiled a proposal for a $23.8 billion budget - a reduction of $565 million compared to last year's budget - as the county continues to tighten its belt in the aftermath of the recession.
County supervisors are due to decide Tuesday whether to pitch in $1 million to upgrade the front of William S. Hart Park, replacing chain link with a masonry-and-wrought-iron fence and improving the entrance.
State officials approved the annexation of four parcels of land to Santa Clarita on Wednesday, with three more unincorporated parcels expected to join the city by the end of the year.
Incumbent Bob Kellar was the big winner in Tuesday's Santa Clarita City Council race, and former city councilman TimBen Boydston is heading back to City Hall after unseating Mayor Laurie Ender in a closely contested race.
The massive 30,000-square-foot Old Town Newhall Library on the corner of Lyons and Railroad avenues is nearing
The Santa Clarita Enterprise Zone will expand to include unincorporated areas of the Santa Clarita Valley following recent approval from the state of California, officials announced today.
More vote-by-mail ballots have been received at City Hall for Tuesday's City Council election than were cast in the previous election in 2010, city officials say.
The former racehorse - ribs and hips protruding through his skin - limped on its front leg as it moved to snatch more hay from its bucket at the Castaic Animal Shelter.
Santa Clarita is poised to annex about 10 square miles of land - which could propel it into third place in Los Angeles County in terms of city population, surpassing Glendale, city officials say.
Local organizations and officials have endorsed the following Santa Clarita City Council hopefuls for election April 10:
Twenty-nine emaciated farm animals have been seized from a Canyon Country home in a case that officials are describing as a backyard butcher.
Leshonda Gill, then a chemical operations specialist for the Army, was 26 years old in 2003 when her convoy was hit by an explosion in Iraq.
The CEO of a Sun Valley-based technology company is crying foul after the Santa Clarita City Council awarded a contract using federal stimulus funds to a New Zealand-based firm rather than his business.