Long before she was running for the U.S. Senate and even before she became CEO of a Fortune 20 company, Carly Fiorina was a scared woman.
Was her little girl entombed in the rubble? Was she scared? Was anyone else alive to take care of her? Jamie Vradenburg of Valencia had spent years flying to Haiti and filling out paperwork trying to adopt 3-year-old Sara. Her biggest worry up to that point was whether Sara was going to come home. After the earthquake hit, Vradenburg wasn't even sure if she was alive. Hours after the Jan. 12 quake, she hadn't heard ...
There will be no flowers on the altar, no "hallelujahs" sung and no use of the organ or other instruments for 40 days at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church.
A bright red radish emerging from a soil plot caught the attention of The Master's College student Mike Crawford.
An alleged drunk driver struck a utility pole early Saturday morning, cutting off power for more than 15 hours to hundreds of residences and causing heavy traffic on major Canyon Country roads, a sheriff's official said.
The county's Department of Public works issued a mandatory evacuation order for 39 Acton homes at about 1:30 p.m. Saturday, but the order was lifted no more than eight hours later.
An alleged drunk driver hit a Canyon Country power pole early this morning, cutting off power to local businesses and causing heavy traffic near Sierra Highway, a sheriff's official said.
Brandon Beard remembered well his first meeting with Sharon, a Ugandan orphan whom Beard's family had been sponsoring for a year.
On a weekday typical morning, Kimberly Stephenson would be sitting in her AP government or humanities class.
When kindergarten teacher Brynn Rooney sat down for a routine staff meeting Tuesday, she didn't expect to have a $250 check in her hands just minutes later.
Mauricio Leyva reclined in a dentist chair, his mouth wide open and his eyes stuck on the Nickelodeon television show playing in front of him.
Cancer treatment, including two recent weeks of radiation, has taken its toll on 9-year-old Christopher Miranda.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman has cut political ties with Santa Clarita Councilman Bob Kellar following his recent controversial remarks at a rally against amnesty for illegal immigrants.
A man suspected of robbing a local pizza eatery at gunpoint is in custody, sheriff's officials said Tuesday.
Joey Pentecostes has never been a lifeguard before, but he won't let that stop him from applying for a part-time summer job.