A car was still lodged into the side of a Saugus house Sunday evening, hours after plowing into it.
Rough weather on the first day of spring caused problems for drivers in Santa Clarita on Sunday as heavy rains walloped the valley, and gusty winds lashed the area.
Snow, ice and frozen sleet blanketed much of the Santa Clarita Valley on Sunday, causing havoc on the freeways but delighting many youngsters.
For one night I was part of a tent colony. Living as vagrants, we looked out for one another, scavenged for food and found that bushes doubled as two forms of relief: a bathroom and refuge from the wretched sun.
A sliced bun, one chicken patty, two slices of pickle. That's all it takes to motivate people to brave blazing midday temperatures and spend the night camped out on concrete.
I love the taste of food, but I am by no means a food connoisseur. And I'm generally hungry all the time, which is good, because eating is my favorite pastime.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is seeking witnesses to an arson-related fire at a Valencia electronics firm last October.
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