The question "Where is my bus?" is one that many bus riders have had at one point, but they may not have to ask that question any longer in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Santa Clarita City Council members appointed seven new commissioners or panelists out of nine open advisory positions this week, returning eight-year veteran Diane Trautman to the Planning Commission.
A San Fernando Valley real estate agent charged with bilking investors in a $1 million-plus Ponzi scheme owned multiple companies that operated out of the Santa Clarita Valley, according to a grand jury indictment.
About 200 hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers met for a single purpose this week - determining whether hikers and horseback riders can peacefully coexist with mountain bikers on two local trails.
The car in Tuesday's traffic fatality on Soledad Canyon Road in Canyon Country was traveling as much as 30 mph over the speed limit when it crashed, a witness told investigators in the case.
The Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to approve a lease for a new Canyon Country Community Center.
A sign mistakenly posted on a Placerita Canyon trail has led to a public meeting Thursday to determine whether hikers and horseback riders can peacefully co-exist with mountain bikers.
When the city of Santa Clarita took over the three existing Los Angeles County libraries and formed its own public library system, the City Council members became the library's board of trustees.
Gas prices throughout the Santa Clarita Valley are around the same price as two weeks ago, while gas prices statewide continue to drop, according to figures from gasoline price-tracking websites.
It's been a year since Santa Clarita opened the doors to its new city library system following a controversial move to withdraw from the Los Angeles County library system.
The Santa Clarita City Council is due to vote Tuesday night on a lease for Canyon Country Community Center.
City, county and school district officials are working together on a new drug-interdiction program aimed at Santa Clarita Valley junior high and high school students.
Six Flags Magic Mountain's newest ride may have the word "Doom" in its name, but Santa Clarita Valley residents lucky enough to score a seat on Lex Luthor: Drop of Doom during Friday's sneak peek were thrilled by the 400-foot plunge at 85 mph.
The city of Santa Clarita will be welcoming eight bands during the coming weeks as it returns with its popular "Concerts in the Park" series starting this Saturday.
The dog catcher was out in force following the Independence Day holiday, collecting dogs who fled their homes terrified of the fireworks.