Some of Chynna Fudale's teachers seem to be wearing thin on patience this year, but the Hart High School 10th-grader doesn't blame her instructors.
Palmdale residents Tim and Rachel Burhans had attended Lamaze classes for about five weeks, as they prepared to give birth to their first child. But preparation was cut short when Rachel Burhans went into labor seven and a half weeks early.
Michael Ott was living every aspiring director's dream, traveling to foreign countries and promoting his first film.
Jessica Kwon only slept for three hours on Tuesday night. But when her alarm went off just before 5 a.m., the Valencia High student diligently packed up her bag and headed to school.
Moriah Levy is 13 now, but she still remembers the harsh words of a third-grade peer.
At 11 a.m. on a Monday, Bret Wims scribbled some notes in his journal.
A Goodwill store employee from Newhall who had apparently shot himself in the head remained in serious condition at a local hospital Thursday.
Patti Handy has heard the story all too often - a teenager overdrafts several times in one day after swiping their debit card at the mall, Starbucks Coffee and lunch with friends. All the while, the teen is unaware they didn't have enough money in their bank account. A $4 vanilla latte becomes a $49 pain-in-the-wallet fee owed to the bank, added to four more $25-35 fees.
Fewer Santa Clarita residents are losing homes to foreclosure compared to last year, but more are without jobs, according to city numbers.
Local Jews on Thursday morning exchanged greetings of "Shana Tova," or "Happy New Year" in Hebrew, coupled with kisses, handshakes and welcoming smiles for fellow temple members.
Editor's note: The final in an occasional series on the people who keep the SCV humming while the rest of us are snoring.
Tammy Craven stood in her driveway, her body covered with goosebumps, as she watched horses leap from trailers and trot onto her acres of Acton land.
It's called the "CROP Walk" but if you're the running type, don't feel limited.
Jay Hodes and wife, Esther, spent the past week writing checks to charities, studying Jewish texts and making amends with certain friends or relatives.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Thursday formally sentenced Antonio Rodriguez to death for the rape and murder of 5-year-old Desarie Saravia in a Castaic park bathroom.