Travis Marton's friends and family remember a young man who was a dedicated scholar with a keen eye for science, who loved the outdoors, and who was driven to help those around him.
Valencia's resident eyesore came tumbling down Thursday as workers reduced the buildings and structures that used to house The Greens in Valencia to a pile of rubble.
About 50 residents turned out Wednesday night to share their thoughts on the future of Old Orchard Park during a public workshop.
The Santa Clarita City Council voted this week to move forward with a plan to guide future development in the commercial heart of Canyon Country.
The 12 days of Christmas have come and gone, and some Santa Clarita residents are angry their Christmas trees dropped at the curb for disposal aren't gone, too.
A Corvette driver was taken to the hospital Wednesday after his car and a utility truck collided on Highway 14 in Canyon Country, a Fire Department official said.
Santa Clarita's annual celebration of the Old West hitches its reins to a different post this year, but city officials assure visitors that despite the change in venue, they can expect to see the same entertainment and attractions at the city's Cowboy Festival.
A proposed development that would bring hundreds of residential units and more than 100,000 square feet of commercial space to Canyon Country received a small go-ahead Tuesday night from the Santa Clarita City Council.
Santa Clarita's arts commissioners and consultants made clear this week they want residents to help guide and shape a new city arts master plan.
Gov. Jerry Brown called Tuesday for a special election to fill the seat in California's 21st Senate District, which was left vacant after now-Congressman Steve Knight, R-Palmdale, resigned earlier this month.
From the road, Stacy and Tom Gunderson's Agua Dulce ranch looks typical. It's largely open, with a house tucked back from the street and horses grazing out front.
Thousands of volunteers are being sought for what is billed as the "largest homeless count in the nation" that will take place later this month in Los Angeles County.
When Congressman Steve Knight, R-Palmdale, was sworn into office last week, he was required to resign from his previous post in the California Senate.
Santa Clarita officials said this week that they hope to begin work this spring on a long-awaited project to fix a traffic bottleneck on Golden Valley Road as it passes over Highway 14.
College of the Canyons is among the state's community colleges angling to offer a bachelor's degree as part of a new pilot program aimed at increasing the number of California students earning four-year degrees, an official confirmed.
With more than a dozen major developments in the works or planned for the Santa Clarita Valley's east side, traffic is a major concern for area residents, who say they already find roadways choked with other vehicles on the way to work or during weekend errand-running.
Its venue may have been new, but Saturday at the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival attendees still had a good old time.
Editor's note: Today The Signal begins a four-part series on coming development on the Santa Clarita Valley's east side.
A fiery crash on Bouquet Canyon Road left two dead Saturday morning, according to officials with the California Highway Patrol.
The second rabid bat of the season has turned up in the Santa Clarita Valley, county health officials said this week.
Decked out in capes, though not necessarily matching garish tights, dozens of the Santa Clarita Valley's own superheroes turned out at College of the Canyons this week to be recognized for their service.
Hundreds of job-seekers flocked to College of the Canyons Wednesday to talk and make connections with a packed lineup of employers at the college's Job and Career Fair.
Santa Clarita City Council members said this week they will discuss naming one of the city's bridges in honor of Connie Worden-Roberts, a titan of local advocacy known by many as the Santa Clarita Valley's "Road Warrior."
Santa Clarita City Council members voted Tuesday night to continue the city's financial support of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation - to the tune of $600,000 over the next three years.
Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a scaled-back version of an embattled emergency communications cell tower project, setting the project back in motion after it was sidelined by public outcry.
In today's politically divided world, Democrats and Republicans in the California Legislature have found something they agree on: The state's bridges, highways and roads are in dire need of attention.
While many Americans may associate California summers with beaches and sunshine, the warm summer months mean something else to many Californians: More pain at the pump.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council and the city's Arts Commission - two bodies not always in agreement - put their heads together this week to discuss working jointly for the future of arts in the city.
As union nurses and officials at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital work to find common ground for a new contract, the biggest sticking point seems to have become how to resolve conflicts between the hospital and its employees.
Those on probation and parole won't be moving into the Orchard Arms county housing complex in Valencia any time soon under a vote by Los Angeles County supervisors Tuesday.