Saugus High School's student government held its first blood drive of the year recently, with more than 150 donors participating, and collected enough blood to save 400 lives.
Students at Saugus High School are invited to learn more about the unseen war in northern Uganda and its effect on the children of that country during a screening of "Invisible Children: Rough Cut" on Oct. 12.
Last week I wrote that I'd be sending my upcoming columns from the University of Pennsylvania.
A common perception in the rest of the business community is that "everyone who works at a bank is a vice president."
The West Ranch Wildcat Marching Band and Color Guard have been competing for only four years.
West Ranch Hosts Marching Competition
Rainstorms this year in the area burned by the Station Fire have the potential to trigger debris flows that may impact neighborhoods at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains as well as areas in Big Tujunga Canyon, Pacoima Canyon, Arroyo Seco, West Fork of the San Gabriel River, and Devils Canyon, according to an assessment released today by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Conditions in many of the watersheds burned by the fire indicated high probabilities of producing large debris flows in response to two possible rainfall scenarios. In these scenarios, portions of neighborhoods faced increased risk of inundation ...
This month, the Student Nutrition and Wellness Advocates at College of the Canyons (SNAC) group will host its first annual campus-wide Eating Disorder and Body Image Prevention Program during national "Fat Talk Free Week" Oct. 19-25.
Donald Munroe, managing partner of a restaurant in Atlanta, accesses his latest marketing tool through a cell phone.
Munroe shoots out short bursts on Twitter about events, promotions and new beers on tap to more than 300 loyalists of his Taco Mac store.
Art Williams and Fred Causey are not Japanese Americans, yet they spent World War II at the Manzanar internment camp as children. Both of their fathers were employees of the War Relocation Authority (WRA).
The College of the Canyons Theater Department will host the production "Keely and Du" in late November. It is the second production of the 2009-2010 College of the Canyons theater season and will be presented in the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center's Black Box Theatre.
"Newsweek" magazine has named Hart High School one of America's top 1,500 high schools, based on the school's Advanced Placement program. Hart was ranked number 948 out of about 40,000 high schools nationwide.
Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LAUP) invites the public to attend its Universal Preschool Conference & Education Expo to be held Friday and Saturday Oct. 16-17, focusing exclusively on the impact and trends of preschool education. The event will also address issues such as preschool advocacy, quality, teaching and curriculum.
Congressman Howard P. "Buck" McKeon has endorsed Bob Jensen for a seat on the William S. Hart Union High School District board in the Nov. 3 election.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has used Labor Day to call for raising the city's minimum wage.
ATLANTA (AP) - On Labor Day, Cole Hamels and the Philadelphia bullpen spread the workload on a no-hitter.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The FBI said Monday it was addressing allegations that online accounts of several celebrities, including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence, had been hacked, leading to the posting of their nude photographs online.
When you're homeless, you carry everything you have with you. That makes it tough to sleep or go into a store, much less look for a job. It's one of the everyday realities of living homeless that most people don't consider.
"Out of the Past" is upgraded to Blu-ray this week, as are more "Looney Tunes" shorts, and a number of fan-favorite titles mark their DVD debut. (Warner Archive titles are available at warnerarchive.com.)
Our kids are our world. We love them, and we can't imagine our lives without them (well, maybe we could for very short stretches on secluded, white sandy beaches...) But mostly, we are addicted to them in all their sweet stickiness. No matter what, we always want to remain within a snuggles reach of their cherubic-ness.
PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) - North Korea gave foreign media access on Monday to three detained Americans who said they have been able to contact their families and - watched by officials as they spoke - called for Washington to send a high-ranking representative to negotiate for their freedom.
PALMDALE (AP) - Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say a deputy has been injured in a rollover accident on the 14 Freeway near Palmdale.
ERIE, Colo. (AP) - All five people aboard a small plane that crashed near an airport north of Denver have died, a spokesman for the National Transportation Board said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - As states liberalize their marijuana laws, public officials and safety advocates worry that more drivers high on pot will lead to a big increase in traffic deaths. Researchers, though, are divided on the question.
MOSCOW (AP) - Pro-Russian rebels softened their demand for full independence Monday, saying they would respect Ukraine's sovereignty in exchange for autonomy - a shift that reflects Moscow's desire to strike a deal at a new round of peace talks.
THERMAL (AP) - A Southern California high school has retired a controversial Arab mascot.
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (AP) - Celebrity chef Todd English, who has opened restaurants around the country and written multiple cookbooks, was arrested Sunday on a charge of driving while intoxicated, authorities said.
SAN DIEGO (AP) - Hyun-Jin Ryu's stint on the disabled list was nothing more than a speed bump.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - While the Los Angeles Angels buzzed around their clubhouse preparing for their fantasy football draft, the Oakland Athletics had their own doors locked for a grim team meeting.