Ed Lin, interim executive director for the Michael Hoefflin Foundation, is leaving his post at the end of the month, foundation officials revealed today.
As pre-election Republican rhetoric punctuates the 2012 race, one long-standing Republican group remains well-acquainted with dissent, division and diversity.
County supervisors gave developers the green light Tuesday to build a park on Copper Hill Drive at Haskell Canyon Road, for a cost $1 million cheaper than planned.
A new women's jail proposed for Pitchess Detention Center will have to wait at least another couple of weeks before it's approved, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday.
Deputies investigating a home invasion robbery Saturday are looking for three men who forced their way into an apartment on Magic Mountain Parkway, assaulted the occupants and stole from them, a sheriff's investigator said today.
Things are back to normal at the Pitchess Detention Center this morning after a major fight broke out among inmates Sunday.
County engineers are now looking at improving a remote stretch of Lake Hughes Road that recently claimed the life of one man and almost killed another.
A scholarship set up in honor of fallen Army paratrooper Sgt. Ian T.D. Gelig saw its first inaugural barbecue fundraiser Sunday with organizers hoping the event becomes an annual one honoring local men and women who died serving their country.
Hundreds of curious dogs, and some mildly amused cats, put the "Wow" in the 11th annual Bow-Wows & Meows Pet Fair Sunday as pet owners turned out in force with their pets - and some people signed on to become new pet owners.
Emergency crews responded to reports a car went over an embankment on Interstate 5 at Lake Hughes Road on Sunday afternoon.
A 20-year-old Castaic woman is dead after she lost control of the car she was driving and struck a utility pole early Sunday morning, a coroner's spokeswoman said.
No lions, no tigers, no bears will be found under the Circus Vargas big top, a spokeswoman for the traveling troupe said Thursday.
The family of a West Los Angeles man who lay dead at the bottom of a ravine for two weeks plans to launch a public campaign to ensure elderly drivers have a cellphone with them so they can be found if something similar happens to them.
After weeks of back-and-forth spats with the city over his property next to ongoing construction of Santa Clarita's new Newhall library, the owner of the century-old Newhall Jail says he's now thinking of suing the city.
Rain-drenched roadways kept emergency-response crews busy Wednesday with traffic collisions across the county, including at least a half-dozen in the Santa Clarita Valley.
The discovery of a body inside a burning Newhall apartment is under investigation by homicide detectives and arson investigators, county fire and coroner officials said Tuesday.