A judge tossed out a lawsuit filed by developers representing the stalled Las Lomas project which would have built 5,500 homes into the hillside on The Old Road.
An expert in toxic groundwater cleanups will mediate cost-related disputes that might arise during the continuing cleanup of the Whittaker-Bermite site.
Clean pre-softened water conveyed to 400 select homeowners in Copper Hill through an experimental process is drawing worldwide attention, says the man who brought the ground-breaking technology to the Santa Clarita Valley.
The man who tried to reshape the Santa Clarita Valley by building 5,500 homes into the hillside border with the San Fernando Valley now has other plans to develop local land.
The membership program at Tournament Players Club at Valencia remains intact and unchanged following a ruling Friday by a bankruptcy court judge in Delaware.
Road work on Magic Mountain Parkway at Interstate 5 will finish four months ahead of schedule, city engineers said.
How to get rid of a growing population of ground squirrels is dividing a manicured Canyon Country community.
Canyon Country residents expecting a school, a fire station and sheriff's sub-station - along with close to 500 new homes - in the proposed Spring Canyon development are going to have to wait.
Local CSI detectives will get some crime-fighting training that might make their TV counterparts green with envy.
Part two of a two part series:
Streets in Stevenson Ranch will be darker and bleaker this Christmas.
Dr. Mehran Abbassian is a dentist when he's not golfing.
A man charged with four theft-related felonies for allegedly using his girlfriend's credit card to run up thousands of dollars in purchases was expected to appear in court today.
Golfers are back on the green at Tournament Players Club at Valencia following a couple of weeks of necessary seeding.
Part of the federal government's $300 billion housing market repair package is trickling down to foreclosed homes in the Santa Clarita Valley's unincorporated areas, but local social workers fear it's not enough.
In these times of big bailouts and bankruptcies, it's hard to make par.
Amid the charcoal smell of barbecues, the twirl of parasols and the jingling of spurs, thousands attended the 21st annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival on Saturday and enjoyed a sunny day of Western culture.