A city panel in charge of rent at local mobile home parks expects to decide as soon as next month whether the owners of Polynesian Mobile Home Park in Newhall could hike rent for its low-income residents by up to $200.
Having moved to the United States from the Ivory Coast just two years ago, Emrin Bodian, 18, wanted a job that would let him explore the Santa Clarita Valley.
Santa Clarita and Los Angeles County officials want to use funds set aside for building roads and bridges to cover related administrative costs as well.
The pool of candidates running for three city council seats includes Santa Clarita residents who have never run for public office before. Their experience spans the professional spectrum: from a retired Navy Lt. Commander to a part-time model.
The owners of a landmark Newhall appliance shop say they'll have to close their doors if the city doesn't let them sell their refrigerators and washers in their parking lot.
On his 88th birthday on Tuesday, Ed "The Legend" Jace played tennis with surprising speed and stamina.
Local pro-life and pro-choice groups are at odds over proposed state ballot initiatives that would require physicians to notify a teenager's parents before they can perform an abortion.
When it starts up after the New Year, city officials are hoping their $200,000 investment in an economic development corporation will provide better information on the valley's local economy and attract new business to Santa Clarita.
Staff members at Carousel Ranch, a charity that gives horseback rides to disabled children, are worried that a lawsuit filed by a neighbor could cost the nonprofit organization thousands of dollars in legal fees and deprive some children of therapy.
A mother from Castaic got an unexpected gift early Christmas morning.
The smell of bacon hung in the air at Fire Station 126 on Christmas morning. Near the kitchen a Christmas tree decorated with fire hydrants, plastic fireman helmets and Smokey the Bear ornaments set the holiday mood.
Bailey Kramer's legs were shaking as she stood at the back of Bethlehem Lutheran Ministries church before the start of Christmas day services.
While sitting at the bus stop at the intersection of Valencia Boulevard and Magic Mountain Parkway, College of the Canyons student Sandra Castaneda bundled a knit scarf under her chin to shield her neck from the cold on a windy afternoon.
Danny Marroquin, 7, waited eagerly in the mall to tell Santa Claus what he wanted for Christmas, just mere hours before the jolly old elf had to take off on his worldwide delivery run.
The California Supreme Court has killed a plan to build a mini-city in the Newhall Pass.