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.
Members of the Los Angeles County Local Agency Formation Commission voted Thursday to approve Santa Clarita's annexation of the North Copper Hill area.
Santa Clarita City Council members have voted to revise the city's long-contested historic-preservation ordinance, though a final decision on the matter is still a few weeks away.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon will continue to serve as chairman of the House Armed Services Committee when the new session of Congress gets under way in January, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Santa Clarita beefed up security measures at City Hall this week, restricting access to the upper floors where the City Council offices are and to some ground-floor rooms.
The opening date for the long-planned Castaic-area high school may be pushed back to 2016, despite plans to open it a year earlier.
The financial aid system at College of the Canyons has been in place for less than a year, but some members of the school's student government are questioning the fees that go along with it.
A little more than 9,000 College of the Canyons students are active users of the college's relatively new email system, a college official said Wednesday.
The Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences began its fourth attempt to charter an elementary school in the Saugus Union School District with a public hearing Tuesday night.
A Castaic man wanted for assault with a deadly weapon and attempted homicide was in custody Tuesday after local sheriff's deputies arrested him following a brief pursuit.
County supervisors put a temporary hold Tuesday on a proposal to build a new downtown Los Angeles jail - with a price tag of almost $1 billion.
More theaters, additional restaurants and open-air art galleries are all possibilities in the goal of turning downtown Newhall into Santa Clarita's arts and entertainment capital, according to members of the city's Arts Commission.
On Tuesday, the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences is scheduled to begin its fourth attempt to win a charter for an elementary school from the Saugus Union School District.
The 2014 Santa Clarita City Council race got even more crowded Saturday when former Congressional candidate Dante Acosta and longtime Canyon Country Advisory Committee Chair Alan Ferdman announced their intentions to run.
Megan Mestas can still remember her first meeting as a member of the Hart district governing board.
Firefighters quickly doused an apartment fire that broke out in a second-story unit on the 18000 block of Saratoga Way in Canyon Country early this morning.
Add local resident Dante Acosta to the ever-growing list of candidates for Santa Clarita City Council.
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The Santa Clarita City Council race got even more crowded Saturday when longtime Canyon Country Advisory Committee Chair Alan Ferdman announced his intent to run.
Dozens of people sought information on the city's proposed $2 million traffic roundabout during a two-hour public open house Thursday night in Newhall.