As another series of storms passed through the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday, California Highway Patrol officers guided traffic along Interstate 5 as snow began sticking to the roadway near Templin Highway.
Snow is currently falling and sticking to the roadway on Interstate 5 near Templin Highway, California Highway Patrol officers said at 6 p.m. Wednesday. While the freeway wasn't closed yet, authorities said it might close soon.
The county's general plan violates state laws meant to curb air pollution, California's attorney general said in a letter Thursday rebuking the document.
California's Attorney General released a letter rebuking Los Angeles County's revised version of "One Valley, One Vision."
Above a vertical scar running up The Dude's back leg is a scab 6 inches in diameter.
A Santa Monica man allegedly broke into Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia last night and tried to drive out of the park in a maintenance vehicle dressed in a stolen security guard uniform, officials said Thursday.
Jason P., 40, loaded up on three servings of applesauce, a bowl of cereal and a cup of coffee an hour before the Santa Clarita Valley Emergency Winter Shelter closed its doors Wednesday morning.
A Saugus family defended their Great Dane on Tuesday, saying the dog did not attack an 8-pound Chihuahua or its owner last week.
A Castaic man has been charged with murder after he allegedly strangled his stepfather while the two were traveling on Interstate 5 on Jan. 14, according to a criminal complaint The Signal obtained Monday.
A Saugus resident's Chihuahua was safe at home Monday after being lost in a storm drain.
About 150 feet from two dozen SUVs and cars parked in front of the Placerita Canyon Nature Center, eight people gathered Saturday around a 500-year-old oak tree with a hole through its fat trunk.
Authorities arrested a wanted parolee who was a suspect in an allegedly gang-related Fourth of July assault Thursday, after an hours-long standoff at the man's Val Verde home.
Fewer crimes were reported in the Santa Clarita Valley in January and February than last year, according to data released Wednesday by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
When other students at Rio Norte Junior High School offer her marijuana or alcohol at school, Bailey Kramer, 13, remembers her older brother's mistakes before telling them no.
Fueled by an increase in Latino and Asian residents, Santa Clarita's population grew at a faster rate than both California's and Los Angeles County's in the last 10 years, according to census data released Tuesday.