SANTA CLARITA - Los Angeles County supervisors voted Tuesday to put a Christian cross back on the county seal almost a decade after it was removed amid threats of a lawsuit.
A little more than a year ago, property owners in Los Angeles County received mailers that some said were easily confused with junk mail.
Roadblocks, some of them physical, haven't kept Hart district officials from making significant progress on the long-discussed Castaic High School construction project.
A parking lot at College of the Canyons played host to an assorted collection of computers, televisions, vacuum cleaners and even some Christmas lights Saturday as a steady stream of cars rolled by to drop off old electronics for recycling, and raise some money for Hart High School in the process.
It's the end of an era at the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley.
For the past few years local high school student Griffin Peters has worked to raise thousands of dollars for the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley.
A Castaic resident who stands accused of setting fire to a house on New Year's Day pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge of arson.
Extensive aesthetic and practical renovations are under way to add a new floor and repaint the interior of the gymnasium at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex, with the goal of wrapping up work in mid-January.
The 2014 race for Santa Clarita City Council has heated up in recent weeks with 11 prospective candidates pulling papers to run, according to city officials.
SANTA CLARITA - Almost a decade after the threat of a lawsuit prompted its removal, the Christian cross could be restored to the Los Angeles County seal.
The state's controversial prison realignment program is now more than two years old, and the man charged with overseeing the Los Angeles County Probation Department said he would like to see more offenders divide their sentence time between custody and formal supervision.
Officials hope to soon cut the ribbon on a project that demonstrates a new level of commitment to America's veterans: a low-cost housing development allowing vets and their families to own their own homes in the Santa Clarita Valley.
For Santa Clarita Valley resident Dianne Erskine-Hellrigel, the journey began in 1993 following a trek up Mt. Everest.
Officials are examining how to overhaul and modernize Los Angeles County's voting system to bring it out of the 1960s and into the 21st century, perhaps eliminating the hurdles that prevented Santa Clarita Valley school districts and a water district from changing their election dates earlier this year.
U.S. track and field athlete Alysia Montaño has some simple words for any kids who ask her for advice.
County supervisors signed off this week on a necessary step for the Saugus Union School District to move forward with a potential bond measure.
More than a month of ballot-counting since June's primary election did not result in any surprise switches or close calls, as the results reported from Election Day have largely held steady, according to results from the California Secretary of State's office.
The William S. Hart Union High School District won approval Wednesday for permits to grade the Castaic High School site, officials said.
Faced with a potential lawsuit over alleged violations of the California Voting Rights Act, the Newhall School District board voted this week to switch its elections to even-numbered years and adopt cumulative voting - if those moves are deemed legal.
The latest rabid bat to turn up in Los Angeles County was discovered last week in the garage of a Newhall home, one of the residents said Wednesday.
Members of the Santa Clarita Planning Commission voted Tuesday to approve plans for a senior housing project off Newhall Ranch Road.
Armed with a revenue stream in the form of cap-and-trade funds, officials with the California High-Speed Rail Authority are looking at accelerating a segment of the bullet train project from Burbank to Palmdale, which could pass through the Santa Clarita Valley.
Eyeing a potential spot on the November election ballot, officials in the Saugus Union School District are seeking approval from Los Angeles County to take a step toward a possible bond measure.An item on Tuesday's agenda for the Los Angeles County board of Supervisors is to authorize the district to proceed with the formation of a School Facilities Improvement District "within its boundaries for the authorization and issuance of bonds," according to the agenda.
The recently approved William S. Hart Union High School District budget includes funding for additional hiring, according to officials.
Using donated materials, workers Saturday installed a new driveway at a Canyon Country house where Family Promise of Santa Clarita Valley provides services to those who are homeless.
Santa Clarita city officials are preparing to initiate proceedings aimed at cleaning up, or tearing down, a structure that used to house The Greens in Valencia, citing the derelict property's effects on the surrounding area.
The Saugus school board seat that used to be held by Stephen Winkler will be filled by appointment, board members decided this week.
A Stevenson Ranch woman accused of striking and fatally injuring a motorcyclist in August has pleaded no contest to one felony count of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated, according to a spokeswoman with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office.
A Newhall man was sentenced to more than a decade in state prison after pleading no contest this week to a charge of attempted murder.
The Santa Clarita Valley's representatives in the state Legislature split along party lines in a recent effort to petition Congress to hold a constitutional convention regarding the controversial Citizens United Supreme Court case.