College of the Canyons is one of six community colleges authorized to launch a pilot program to expand course offerings and potentially charge higher fees for classes.
SANTA CLARITA - Want to try out for a role as an extra in an upcoming Disney film? Then lace up your shoes and get ready for your closeup.
SANTA CLARITA - Come Thursday, it will be time once again to drop, cover and hold on during the annual event meant to increase awareness of what to do when an earthquake strikes.
About 300 people turned out Saturday to learn more about sustainability during an event held at College of the Canyons.
Common ground was the name of the game for two incumbents running for re-election to the Newhall County Water District board that took part in a Saturday forum held by local media outlets at the SCVTV studio in Newhall.
While Hart district officials work to begin construction on the long-awaited Castaic High School, a citizens' group in the area still has a petition regarding the project pending in Superior Court.
SANTA CLARITA - A Castaic man faces six felony charges after allegedly plotting to kidnap his child from a house in Canyon Country, an official with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office said Friday.
SANTA CLARITA - Citing recent talks between Democratic President Barack Obama and Republican Congressional leaders, Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, said Friday he is hopeful the federal government can reopen as soon as Sunday or Monday, ending a shutdown about to head into its third week.
SANTA CLARITA - A man estranged from his family was arrested this week on suspicion of trying to kidnap his child from a Canyon Country home, sheriff's officials said Thursday.
SANTA CLARITA - A Newhall man released from jail early as a result of California's state prison realignment was arrested Thursday on suspicion of possessing drugs for sale, officials said.
SANTA CLARITA - At least one person was injured and a portion of the road was shut down after a car flipped over on Valencia Boulevard near McBean Parkway earlier today.
Organizers of events meant to dispose of old or obsolete electronics were told their low-tech method of getting the word out - banners hung streetside - violates Santa Clarita's sign ordinance.
Cloudy skies overhead finally meant some rainfall for the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday, with some areas receiving more than a tenth of an inch of precipitation, according to the National Weather Service.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night for a fund transfer to address the fact that money from the city's Open Space Preservation District fund was improperly used in the purchase of land in the Soledad Canyon area.
An even dozen people are vying to fill a vacancy on the Hart district board and secure the four-year term that goes with it.
With the city of Santa Clarita recently re-upping its contract with the company that provides its red light cameras, an old question has again emerged: Can you simply ignore the ticket you receive from one of the cameras?
Incumbents surged ahead in spending during the past month as the Santa Clarita City Council race neared the April 8 finish line, according to documents filed at City Hall this week.
While discussion has largely centered around whether the California High-Speed Rail project will result in trains running through or under portions of the Santa Clarita Valley, Santa Clarita City Council members this week threw their support behind another preposition: around.
The city of Santa Clarita has signed on to provide more than $29,000 in additional funding to the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center for the center's food and nutrition programs.
Santa Clarita City Council members have voted to extend the city's contract with Redflex Traffic Systems Inc., the company contracted to provide the city's red light cameras.
Santa Clarita City Council members voted Tuesday night to approve an agreement that will pay local company Edwards Outdoor Advertising up to $1.3 million to remove 47 of its billboard structures around the city.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council voted early Wednesday morning to approve moving forward with changing the city's election dates, as agreed upon to settle a lawsuit alleging that the city's election system violated the California Voting Rights Act.
Reflecting during his time as a member of the Santa Clarita City Council, Councilman Frank Ferry called the experience the "most enjoyable years that any person could ever hope for."
Santa Clarita City Council members will continue discussion of a controversial billboard-reduction proposal during Tuesday's meeting.
Organizers and officials with Relay for Life of the Santa Clarita Valley held a kickoff event Saturday aimed at promoting awareness for the large annual event, which raises money to fund cancer research.
A Democratic challenger has signed up to take on Republican and Santa Clarita Valley resident Scott Wilk in the 38th Assembly District, while Wilk says he will seek to keep his seat as he winds down his first two-year stint in the state Capitol's lower house.
The Sulphur Springs School District will split itself into voting districts and pay more than $144,000 in plaintiff's attorneys' fees and costs as part of an agreement to settle a lawsuit alleging California Voting Rights Act violations, according to a settlement agreement.
Spending Saturday morning at school may not seem like fun to some, but those hours added up to a good time for the approximately 180 students who participated in the Saugus Union School District's Math Field Day at Plum Canyon Elementary School.
A 4-year-old child missing for several hours Friday in Castaic was found in a neighbor's pool, taken to the hospital but pronounced dead there.
Spring semester enrollment at College of the Canyons has crept up from last year, an increase officials attribute in part to increased course offerings made possible by Proposition 30.