A two-car collision closed the-on ramp of Calgrove Boulevard to southbound Interstate 5 for about an hour Saturday, according to an official.
More than 100 community members, city staffers and officials braved chilly weather this morning to attend the grand opening of Santa Clarita's new Canyon Country Community Center.
Local AYSO soccer groups are tired of jousting for space to schedule games and ready to lobby for a state-of-the-art field complex on par with those in Camarillo and Lancaster.
Local legislators are largely applauding Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed 2013-14 spending plan, which forecasts a budget surplus for the next fiscal year and increases state funding to education.
Robert Angel and his daughter, Marlen, ate breakfast in the parking lot of the Carl's Jr. restaurant off Parker Road in Castaic Friday morning.
Interstate 5 over the Grapevine was reopened to traffic by 9:30 a.m. today after an overnight closure due to snow and ice on California's major north-south thoroughfare.
Schools stand to regain some state funding lost during a series of recession-driven cuts under the budget proposal unveiled Thursday by California Gov. Jerry Brown.
For the second time today, the California Highway Patrol has closed Interstate 5 over the Grapevine due to snowy and icy conditions, an official confirmed.
Santa Clarita City Council members agreed to set aside as much as $20,000 to take a close look at Los Angeles County's proposed storm-water cleanup fee.
A man was transported to the hospital after falling 25 feet off an embankment Wednesday in the Haskell Canyon open space.
California Highway Patrol officers reopened all lanes of the northbound Interstate 5 freeway today after a car fire shut down some of the lanes and stalled traffic.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council voted 4-1 Tuesday to reject Councilman TimBen Boydston's attempt to return the city to a formal mayoral rotation system, as opposed to the majority-vote system that is in place.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council voted to approve revisions to the city's long-contested historic preservation ordinance at their meeting Tuesday.
College of the Canyons will consider 13 candidates to fill the open seat on its Board of Trustees, a school official said Tuesday.
Members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a countywide study on ways to lessen instances of gun violence.
Faced with aging schools and continuing technology needs, members of the Saugus Union School District board have decided to put a $148 million bond measure up for a vote.
High-speed rail officials kicked off a series of public meetings Tuesday with a discussion of possible new routes for the bullet train as it makes its way from Palmdale to Burbank.
Los Angeles County supervisors voted down a proposal Tuesday that would have created a civilian oversight body for the county's scandal-plagued Sheriff's Department.
Citing a desire to keep the green going for county park and recreation projects, Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to put a 30-year "parks tax" on the ballot in November.
In a handful of communities nationwide, voters can head to the polls and cast their votes for one candidate. Then they can vote for that candidate again. And maybe even again and again.
About 150 people turned out to the Newhall Library Saturday for the Santa Clarita premiere of a documentary highlighting the exploits, experiences and history of the "Harvey Girls."
A 130-year-old photograph resulted in a tidy windfall for a Valencia man this week - fetching more than $7,000 at auction.
The seventh rabid bat so far this year was found locally in the last week, meaning almost half of all rabid bats discovered in Los Angeles County in 2014 have been found in the Santa Clarita Valley.
PALMDALE - The two Republicans running to represent the Santa Clarita Valley in Congress made their pitches and outlined their ideals Friday to a standing-room-only crowd ... of Democrats.
A 57-year-old Acton man was sentenced Friday to 40 years to life in prison for shooting the owner of a water company to death during a dispute involving a water truck blocking a street.
A proposed expansion for the landfill that handles the bulk of the Santa Clarita Valley's garbage failed the pass the smell test with most speakers during a public hearing Thursday night.
While changes to its board elections are on the horizon, the Hart district's superintendent said Thursday that community members do not need to worry about the direction of the district as a whole.
Thanks to California's open primary system, a forum scheduled Friday by a Democratic club in the Antelope Valley will feature a pair of Republican congressional candidates.
The question of whether to approve a controversial billboard deal between the city of Santa Clarita and Metro will be added to the county ballot for the upcoming general election in November, county supervisors decided Tuesday.
Despite a temporary roadblock in the form of limbless reptiles, officials with the county Department of Public Works hope to complete a planned bridge on Highway 126 on schedule.