A vehicle veered onto a sidewalk and hit a female pedestrian in Valencia around 11 a.m. today, according to sheriff's officials.
As the new state legislative session starts up, local representatives are taking on leadership roles in representative committees.
Members of the Santa Clarita Planning Commission cleared one hurdle this week in the city's attempt to expand its park offerings in Valencia, but the project remains far from a done deal.
A fee that could cost local property owners up to $82 a year is set for a public hearing and vote early next year unless the county receives widespread written opposition to the proposal.
Bob Cochran has announced he is retiring after 20 years as the chief of staff for Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon.
"Obamacare," the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, could seriously cut into funding for the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services and the people it serves, supervisors heard in a report Tuesday.
Democrat Steve Fox's victory in California's 36th Assembly District took many by surprise - including him.
Monday marks the day when those elected or reelected in November's elections will be sworn into office.
The county has agreed to sell about 9,000 square feet of undeveloped land to a local firm so the company can move ahead with proposed residential and commercial developments in Castaic.
The ominous rain clouds overhead did nothing to dampen the spirits of those attending Santa Clarita's Literacy and Arts Festival on Saturday.
A vehicle collided with a light pole at the Golden Valley Road off ramp of southbound state Route 14 earlier this afternoon, possibly exposing live electrical wires for a time, according to officials.
The College of the Canyons Alumni Hall of Fame welcomed three new faces into its ranks during an induction ceremony Friday at the college's Valencia campus.
The day before opening its doors to the Santa Clarita Valley's homeless population, Bridge to Home welcomed the community at large for an open house event Friday evening.
Assemblyman-elect Scott Wilk has announced his resignation from the Santa Clarita Community College District Board of Trustees, which will take effect Monday.
The Los Angeles County Office of Education has scheduled Dec. 11 as the date the Albert Einstein Academy of Letters, Arts and Sciences will appeal the denial of its elementary school charter.
A trial is scheduled to begin in June in the case of a lawsuit against the Santa Clarita Community College District alleging violations of the California Voting Rights Act.
A shuffling of Santa Clarita City Council committee assignments as a result of a newly elected councilman resulted in some hurt feelings at Tuesday night's meeting.
Candidates running to replace the Santa Clarita Valley's longtime congressman come from a variety of different professional and personal backgrounds, but each said Wednesday it's his experience that makes him qualified for office.
With a number of terms set to expire this summer, a collection of seats on Santa Clarita commissions are set to become open for application, according to city officials.
New sports fields are currently under construction at Central Park in Saugus. But Santa Clarita city officials are eyeing more improvements at the location under their proposed spending plan for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
Dozens of community members turned out Saturday for a community bike ride to not only promote the upcoming Amgen Tour of California, but give attendees a look at Santa Clarita's trail system, as well.
Monday's ceremony for Vasquez High School is not your typical groundbreaking.
Decked in pink hard hats and purple shirts, approximately 300 people turned out Saturday to help build homes for veterans and their families in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Following discussion on the role and form of art locally, Santa Clarita City Council members and Arts Commissioners gave the nod this week to moving forward with a master plan to take an overarching look at art in the community.
In addition to funding for capital improvements and services, the proposed Santa Clarita city budget includes funding for a number of new positions, city officials said this week.
City officials painted a rosy picture of Santa Clarita's projected budget for the next fiscal year during a meeting Tuesday night, calling it balanced and conservative while also containing funding for a variety of needed projects around the city.
While legislative options to resolve the longstanding Cemex mine issue remain ongoing, two Santa Clarita Valley representatives are urging local Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, to try a different tactic to halt the mine.
Santa Clarita City Council members and city commissioners will meet Tuesday for a joint study session to discuss the state of the city's budget.
After a month of signature-gathering, blocking and more than a few arrests, Monday marks the deadline that a billboard referendum petition must be turned in to the Santa Clarita City Clerk's office.
A bill from a Santa Clarita Valley legislator that would ensure emergency responders have access to an "antidote" that can help reverse some of the effects of heroin and prescription pill overdoses is currently making its way through the state Senate.