Champ, an English bulldog and one of the Santa Clarita Valley's own skateboarding "wonder dogs," died suddenly on Wednesday, his owner said today.
Parents, take note: A sweet gesture could turn into a sticky situation if you send your child to school with candy today.
A local petition against the proposed open-pit Cemex mine in Soledad Canyon collected 3,588 signatures and is now in the hands of federal legislators, a local group said Wednesday.
The Bridge to Home winter homeless shelter will stay at its location on Drayton Street in Saugus through 2016 after members of the Santa Clarita City Council voted unanimously to extend the shelter's lease and days of operation Tuesday night.
Participants in the 2013 Amgen Tour of California will race on some of Santa Clarita's major roadways in May, leaving city officials to work out how many road closures will be needed, if any.
The Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences dropped its appeal to win an elementary school charter from the Saugus Union School District, a spokesman said Tuesday.
Officials from the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences plan to ask the Los Angeles County Board of Education to delay its decision in Einstein's latest attempt to gain approval for an elementary school charter in Santa Clarita, according to a statement released on the academy's website.
U.S. Air Force Col. Leo Thorsness was held as a prisoner of war for six years in North Vietnam and spent much of the first three years enduring torture sessions bracketed by extensive stints in solitary confinement.
Local artists and county officials joined forces Saturday for an art show and exhibit at William S. Hart Park to celebrate Black History Month.
About 120 participants jumped at the opportunity to participate in the 2013 "Make it Count" International Skate Contest Series competition held Saturday at the Santa Clarita Skate Park.
With one million-dollar project virtually completed, the William S. Hart Park in Newhall will turn its attention to another beginning Monday, according to the park's superintendent.
Interstate 5 through the Grapevine reopened shortly after midnight after wintery weather forced closures on the freeway for the second time in as many months.
The man who pleaded no contest to stealing money from the Canyon Country Athletic Association while serving as its treasurer was sentenced to four years, four months in county jail Friday.
Standing in his office Friday, Saugus High School Principal Bill Bolde held up an old copy of the school's yearbook.
At least 24 vehicles collided on Interstate 5 and four people were injured Friday as snow fell in the Grapevine area, shutting down California's main north-south artery.
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.
Members of the Santa Clarita Unity Coalition are planning to rally in front of the Hyatt Regency Valencia early Thursday to protest the keynote speaker at the Mayors Prayer Breakfast, a group representative said Tuesday.
Three people were airlifted from the Rowher Flats off-road area in the Angeles National Forest on Monday evening after apparently being involved in a vehicle crash at the site, a Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman said.
A bid by local school boards and a water district to pick up more voters by changing their elections from odd-number years to even-number years is expected to get a "yea" or "nay" from county supervisors on Tuesday.
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About 20 people turned out Saturday morning to accompany Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar on a ride to kick off a series of events ahead of the 2013 Amgen Tour of California bike race that will roll into town in May.
The dog days of summer came early to Santa Clarita's Central Park this year as thousands of residents and their four-legged friends turned out for the first Rock, Walk and Wag event, put on by the Angel Dogs Foundation.
Many offenders who would have gone to prison before the state passed its realignment law in 2011 - and thus would have spent a period on probation or parole after their sentences - are now released without any supervision because none is required after county incarceration, a county official said last week.
Officials from the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences have turned to Acton-Agua Dulce in their quest for an elementary charter school in the Santa Clarita Valley.