Former Santa Clarita Valley representative Sharon Runner said this week she is "99.9 percent" committed to a run to retake a seat in the California state Senate - three years after a rare autoimmune disease required her to undergo a life-saving double lung transplant.
Home sales went up in Santa Clarita last month, and local real estate officials said a vibrant local economy and the desirability of the community are helping keep the city's market going strong.
A Lancaster woman was killed in the Santa Clarita Valley Monday night after her vehicle careened off Highway 14 and overturned.
Editor's note: Updates throughout.
Editor's note: Adds details throughout.
New fencing, a new irrigation system and new shade trees are among the improvements made or planned for the girls softball field at Canyon High School, Hart district officials said Monday.
For more than a decade, Marsha McLean has helped shape the development of the city of Santa Clarita.
By the time calendars flip to February next year, three of the Santa Clarita Valley's school districts will officially be under the leadership of new superintendents.
Editor's Note: This is one of a series of articles concerning issues that will be in the forefront in 2015.
When it comes to this year's developments in the long-running battle to block development of the proposed Cemex sand and gravel mine in Canyon Country, perhaps Sen. Barbara Boxer said it best.
Bridge to Home has joined an ambitious initiative aimed at finding permanent homes for more than 100 people who are homeless in the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys in the coming months, officials said this week.
A crash in Valencia earlier today left two cars with significant damage and knocked aside a support post for a carport.
More than 1,600 Southern California Edison customers in Saugus were left without power for hours after an outage on Christmas morning.
Editor's note: This is one of a series of articles concerning issues that will be in the forefront in 2015.
An appellate court this month sided with the planners of the proposed Vista Canyon project, and an official said plans are to break ground on the large Sand Canyon-area development in the spring.
City Council members have approved another boost to Santa Clarita's open space by agreeing to buy about 173 acres of vacant land near the Newhall Pass.
The Santa Clarita Valley Historical Society has launched a letter-writing campaign so the community can show its support for naming the site of the St. Francis Dam disaster a national memorial.
A stand-up comedian from Palmdale received almost 1,000 write-in votes to be a state Senator.
With only one candidate's name on the ballot for the special primary election to choose a new state senator this month, many Santa Clarita Valley residents were asking: Why hold an election at all?
College of the Canyons welcomed five more Santa Clarita Valley community leaders into its Alumni Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony Friday.
Officials at College of the Canyons have marked the opening of a new building on the Valencia campus that they hope will become a gateway for students seeking to enroll in the Santa Clarita Valley's only community college.
The alleged victim in a human trafficking case refuted allegations he made against the owner of a Valencia restaurant, leaving them with no case against the owner, prosecutors said Friday.
Hart school board members decided this week to move forward with demolishing the former Bowman High School campus in Canyon Country, saying the old continuation high school site has become a magnet for graffiti, vandalism and other unsavory activities.
Shane Vereen is no stranger to playing in front of a packed house.
Amid concerns about possible public health consequences and a lack of local control, Santa Clarita this week became the latest city to bow out of a plan to erect more than 100 cell towers countywide for an emergency communication system.
With Santa Clarita City Council members voting this week to terminate the city's red-light camera program, the same question seems to be on everyone's mind.
Santa Clarita City Council members voted Tuesday to halt the city's controversial red-light camera program, prompting a round of applause from the crowd at City Hall.
Santa Clarita City Council members made it clear Tuesday night that they oppose cell towers proposed for the city as part of a dedicated countywide emergency communication system.
County supervisors agreed Tuesday to switch Santa Clarita's city election dates from April to November and add the race to the statewide general ballot - a move required to fulfill the city's settlement of a California Voting Rights Act lawsuit.
Santa Clarita City Council members will discuss Tuesday whether to once again green-light the city's red-light camera program and if they should withdraw from an authority proposing to build a series of communication towers in the city.