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.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas is pushing for a countywide examination of school safety plans in the aftermath of December's shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut that left more than two dozen dead.
Carl Boyer, one of Santa Clarita's founding fathers and among its earliest mayors, is again launching a campaign to break up Los Angeles County.
The financial outlooks for Santa Clarita's elementary school districts remain cautiously optimistic, according to officials.
Dozens of televisions, computer monitors, keyboards and even a vacuum or two littered a parking lot at College of the Canyons Saturday, all dropped off with the goal of benefitting both Hart High School and the environment.
Members of the Santa Clarita City Council will discuss potential changes to the way the city's mayor is determined during their meeting Tuesday.
County supervisors voted Tuesday to move forward with a contract that would provide more than $160,000 to the organization that runs the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, money the center will use to provide care management services, according to officials.
Hart district officials have pushed back the projected opening date for long-awaited Castaic High School another year as they work to get necessary permits.
In an event that was equal parts graduation ceremony and birthday party, families gathered Saturday at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital for the neonatal intensive care unit's two-year reunion.
Santa Clarita City Council members decided Tuesday to move forward with the proposed $191.5 million budget city budget for the next fiscal year and schedule it for adoption later this month.
For more than three decades, the Santa Clarita Valley's Sulphur Springs School District has grown, changed and adapted under the watchful eye of Superintendent Robert Nolet.
The Newhall School District has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District's approval of a charter school from the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences.
In an achievement that's been years in the making, 29 students at Santa Clarita Valley International Charter School became the first in the school's history to receive their diplomas Friday.
More than 1,300 students at College of the Canyons were urged to look forward and write the next chapter in their lives' stories Friday as they donned their caps and gowns to celebrate commencement.
Around 90 people turned out Thursday night for a community meeting to hear the latest updates on the California High-Speed Rail project and discuss the routes being considered as the bullet train makes its way from Palmdale to Los Angeles, which includes potential routes through the Santa Clarita Valley.
Tuesday's primary election saw Republicans come out on top in two races to represent portions of the Santa Clarita Valley in the state Assembly.
Regardless of the outcome of November's general election, the Santa Clarita Valley will continue to be represented in Congress by a Republican, after a former state legislator and a current state legislator came out on top of the field in Tuesday's primary election.