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.
More than 1,000 job-seekers - young, old, tall and small - showed at the Six Flags job fair Saturday hoping to find seasonal work at the amusement park this summer. Some showed up younger than the legal working age of 16, others were retirement age. All of them were hoping to land one of the 2,500 positions available at the both Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Most of ...
Concerns a planned library would squeeze majestic heritage oak trees out of a Stevenson Ranch park are far too premature and unwarranted, county officials said Thursday.
A Canyon Country man was among 99 people arrested and charged in an countywide raid early Wednesday morning, targeting alleged members of the Armenian Power organized crime group.
After several years working in a "strained" relationship, doctors at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital have issued a "vote of no confidence" against its president and chief executive officer, Roger E. Seaver, and its board of directors.
Mining and airborne dust in Soledad Canyon, along with a daily parade of gravel trucks on Highway 14, would likely become fixtures if an omnibus bill introduced by Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., goes off the rails in the Senate, according to the city official monitoring Santa Clarita's relationship with Washington, D.C.
Red roses and dark chocolate remain the valentines of choice for lovers in Santa Clarita Valley.
Ten-year-old Hunter Terry really does feel like he's a kid in a candy store since an estimated 111 million people worldwide saw him in a TV commercial that aired during the big game on Super Bowl Sunday.
It's been more than eight months since local United States Marine Corps Pfc. Jake William Suter died in Afghanistan, and military officials are still waiting for official word from their investigators as to how he died.
Parents of football players, saxophonists and swimmers - and any other students participating in school-related events after hours - might have to pay their own way to their respective events, a school official said Wednesday.
Kevin Malone, part owner of the Mercedes-Benz car dealership in Valencia, is suing his business partner Leonard Sage for allegedly breaching his trust when it came to managing the company.
Recent rules on earmarks are casting a cloud of doubt on Capitol Hill over the fate of two key projects pursued by the local water wholesaler: the ongoing cleanup of toxic salts in groundwater and a growing water recycling program.
Santa Clarita Valley's prep school for firefighters is heating up. There was a time five years ago when the William S. Hart Regional Occupational Program Fire Academy operated out of a pickup truck with no hoses, no water and just a firefighter with a vision and a couple of high school kids willing to listen. Now that ROP academy has established itself as the go-to place for serious young firefighters. It now has hoses - ...
A team of at least two thieves looted a Saugus woman's purse, lifted her credit cards and, within 20 minutes, racked up a $4,300 tab at a local computer store after pulling a scam in a Stevenson Ranch clothing store.
A young man suspected of committing 160 acts of graffiti vandalism was booked Monday at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance, officials said.
About two dozen supporters joined City Council contender Dante Acosta on Monday to show support for his campaign on the steps of City Hall.
A 62-year-old Acton man injured in a rollover crash in Saugus a week ago was charged with impaired driving, local sheriff's officials said Monday.