While several members of the Santa Clarita City Council expressed support for the idea of splitting up Los Angeles County during a special study session, they also expressed reservation with the city expending resources to lead the charge.
The city of Santa Clarita will hold a public meeting Wednesday on the proposed Lyons Corridor Plan, which would govern zoning and development in the area around Lyons Avenue in Newhall.
Hart district officials have recommended the school board deny a petition for a new seventh- and eighth-grade charter school at the board's meeting Wednesday night.
Staff for the county Board of Education have recommended the board deny a charter school appeal filed by the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences.
Members of the Los Angeles County Board of Education will decide Tuesday whether to give the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences approval for its long sought-after elementary school in Santa Clarita.
Two men wearing matching white T-shirts stood amid the sparsely lit playground equipment at Valencia Meadows Park in the darkness.
Valentine's Day came early to the Newhall Library on Saturday, as local residents gathered to make cards in support of troops stationed overseas as part of the "Hearts for Heroes" project.
One remaining unresolved element in the decade-in-the-making Santa Clarita Valley master plan for development could place large swaths of land under strict new development guidelines.
Health-industry professionals from around the Santa Clarita Valley gathered at the Valencia Industrial Center on Saturday to kick off a two-day festival promoting community wellness, fitness and awareness.
Valencia Water Co.'s takeover by another water company is on hold at least temporarily because the right paperwork wasn't filed, a state official ruled this week.
Santa Clarita's newest fire station officially opened for business with a flag-raising ceremony Friday morning.
Seven California Republicans, including one local representative, have signed on to sponsor a bill that would allow school employees to be designated "school marshals," giving them the ability to carry firearms on school grounds.
An ACLU report that claims school districts across the state - including Hart - aren't providing adequate English-language training is based on incomplete and inaccurate numbers, district officials said this week.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station will hold a checkpoint within city limits on Feb. 8 to screen drivers who may be unlicensed or driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Law enforcement, medical and fire officials are currently locked in a bloody battle for donation dominance.
More than 1,000 white, folding chairs lined College of the Canyons' Honor Grove Tuesday, but they weren't there to celebrate graduation.
Sen. Barbara Boxer's latest bill to stop the Cemex open-pit sand and gravel mine in Canyon Country has picked up a new sponsor: fellow California Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
More than 1,000 people turned out Saturday for the annual "Yes I Can" Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Music and Arts Festival in the Santa Clarita Skate Park, marking the end of a year of work by local students.
Thousands of community members gathered near the shores of Castaic Lake Saturday for some family fun and festivities as part of the annual Castaic Days Outdoor Festival.
A group of firefighters work to shut off water flow to a fire hydrant near the intersection of Centre Pointe Parkway and Spirit Court in Santa Clarita. The hydrant shot water more than 30 feet into the air for several minutes.
After a tip from a citizen, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies today located and arrested a man suspected of pointing a gun at police officials in Canyon Country Wednesday night, according to officials.
It is not unusual to see a packed house at Canyon High School's Harry Welch Stadium, but circumstances were a little different Friday as thousands of people turned out to rally around school Deputy Devin Freeman, who was recently diagnosed with liver cancer.
A Canyon Country man suspected of shooting at sheriff's deputies Wednesday night, leading to an hours-long manhunt, remained at large Friday, according to a Sheriff's Department official.
A 29-year-old woman killed in a fatal crash this week on Sand Canyon Road has been identified as Brittany Lynn Schlumpberger of Santa Clarita, according to a memorial page set up on Facebook.
The search continued Thursday for a Canyon Country transient who allegedly opened fire on Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies Wednesday night, leading to an hours-long manhunt that did not turn up the suspect.
Bearing signs that read "Coexist," "God did not send his son into the world to condemn the world" and "They'll know we are Christians by our love," about 50 people turned out Thursday morning to protest the annual Santa Clarita Valley Mayors Prayer Breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Valencia.
Los Angeles County has found a possible location for a permanent Stevenson Ranch library, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich said Wednesday during his annual "State of the County" address, at which he summarized successes and challenges of the county during the past year.
Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar fielded an array of questions concerning beautification, traffic and community space from a crowd of about 60 residents at his latest town hall meeting in Saugus Tuesday night.
An attempt by local school and water districts to change their election dates from odd-numbered to even-numbered years failed to gain approval from the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Tuesday due to concerns with the capacity of the county's ballot, officials said.
One of four options for ridding the Santa Clarita Valley of excess chloride met with opposition elsewhere in the county Tuesday, as Supervisor Gloria Molina raised issue with one plan to truck the salt into her district.