Rushing to the aid of wounded SWAT officers, rescuing victims of an airplane crash and saving the life a motorcycle crash victim are the stories behind four local men honored for their bravery.
Think of it as the Oscars of environmental design.
The Castaic Lake Water Agency won its fifth consecutive award for having prepared an exceptional budget this year.
It was like an outdoor rock festival where the rock stars were burgers and fries.
About 50 polar plungers ran into Castaic Lake Saturday and ran shivering back onto land, proud to have helped raise money for local athletes competing in the Special Olympics.
It looked like snow, it felt like snow, and whatever it was that covered parts of Santa Clarita Valley Saturday certainly seemed like winter.
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Learning what our troops need and watching schools being built were just a couple of the observations U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, shared with reporters Friday about his recent visit to Afghanistan.
A change in the makeup of voting members on the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital board of directors has raised complaints from doctors, while directors defended the move as bringing the board into compliance with corporate structure.
The Castaic Lake Water Agency board voted Wednesday in favor of having consultants devise a model for calculating chloride content in water arriving here from Northern California.
He's hopped freight trains, fought in World War II, wrote poetry and sold paintings for thousands of dollars.
The cost of removing salty chloride from the Santa Clara River may not be as high as first feared.
A half-dozen former inmates from the local jail spent the weekend slogging through the mud in a remote rainy area near the Angeles National Forest.
When the Cemex land-swap bill goes before the 112th Congress, Washington legislators can look west to Nevada or Virginia for proof that similar bills adopted more than 10 years ago continue to work effectively, according to public officials reached in those states.
Rain drenched roads are partly to blame for the highway death of an elderly man Friday night, according to the California Highway Patrol investigating a multivehicle pile-up.
In the dead of the night, more than 1,100 runners gathered at Westfield Valencia Town Center to compete in an event embraced simultaneously by runners in 35 cities around the world, all to raise money for research into spinal cord injury.
One man was injured and taken to the hospital Thursday after his truck left the southbound lanes of Highway 14 and crashed on an embankment, prompting about a dozen concerned witnesses to stop and hold his truck stationary, according to the emergency response officials.