Grammy Award winner Kenny Loggins played perhaps a smaller stage than he normally does Tuesday, when he and his band took to the stage of the Golden Valley High School auditorium as part of a benefit concert.
Santa Clarita Valley seniors want to be prepared for disasters, and thanks to a special training session last week they can face earthquakes, fires or other catastrophes better prepared than ever.
Six Flag Magic Mountain's Fright Fest opens Saturday - earlier than ever this year - boasting new features and longer weekend hours.
Dinosaurs, nature-inspired machines and skyscraper design were all at play during a series of three classes that united kids and their parents in engineering challenges in the Santa Clarita Valley.
They couldn't follow a yellow brick road to get there, but residents still took a trip to Oz at Thursday's "Wizard of Oz"-themes Senses event.
The helmets only come off for the national anthem, which marks the start of the home game between the Balboa Bandits and the Topanga Maul Rats.
September is national disaster preparedness month, and Santa Clarita officials have a series of events planned to help SCV residents ready for The Big One - whether it's an earthquake, fire, storm or man-made catastrophe.
As SCV students head back to school - on bikes, scooters, skateboards and more -deputies from the SCV Sheriff's Station will be on the lookout to reward kids wearing proper safety equipment.
Palmdale resident Bill Swain walks into a Santa Clarita Valley consignment store on a Tuesday around noon, sits down at an old piano, and begins to play for customers.
Several hundred people gathered at Saugus High School Wednesday night to memorialize 17-year-old Jennifer Stift.
Community members drank, ate and toasted at the Vine 2 Wine Classic benefitting Santa Clarita Valley nonprofit Circle of Hope at California Institute of the Arts in Valencia on Saturday.
Just six riders remain in the Six Flag Magic Mountain Colossus marathon.
By noon, the riders had already seen the twists, turns, ups and downs of Six Flag Magic Mountain's Colossus about 40 times.
Fourth-generation dentists Kelly and Allen Smudde threw a patient appreciation party Monday at Santa Clarita Lanes.
Christmas is a little bit merrier for the residents of Sunrise Senior Living this year after receiving gifts from members and staff at Afterburn Fitness.
A chorus of "Ho, ho, ho!" rang out as Santa waved to 74 Castaic elementary school students to get their attention.
Six pink and purple bikes and four yellow and black bikes - all with training wheels - formed a colorful lineup in the sunshine outside the Santa Clarita Valley Child & Family Center Monday.
Officials from the city of Santa Clarita, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority and the State of California cut the ribbon on the completed Interstate 5 widening project through the Newhall Pass on Tuesday in Stevenson Ranch.
Kids of all ages gathered at the Newhall Library on Monday to learn how to build gingerbread houses in advance of the Friends of the Santa Clarita Public Library's Second Annual Gingerbread House Contest on Friday.
Forty countries made an appearance at Canyon High School on Tuesday, as five senior economics classes participated in the Canyon Economic Summit.
After a successful pilot program at Rosedell Elementary School in Saugus last year, Santa Clarita is extending its Artist in Residence program to other Santa Clarita Valley schools this year.
More than 60 people are transformed into Six Flags Magic Mountain "scare-actors" every weekend - and this is the last weekend to catch them until next year.
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