Every year, Americans celebrate Mother's Day, Father's Day and even Groundhog's Day. The city of Santa Clarita delights in honoring our children by celebrating Day for Kids. Families in Santa Clarita are invited to enjoy a free kid's carnival, open to the public on Sept. 25 from noon to 5 p.m. at Newhall Park, located at 24907 Newhall Ave.
When it comes to operating a water park, every drop counts. So says Tim Burkhart, general manager for Six Flags Magic Mountain and Hurricane Harbor. "In a water park, keeping the water clean is like keeping a roller coaster on the tracks at a theme park," he said. "Keeping water clean isn't the hardest thing we do, but it is the thing we spend the most time on." All those water drops in play at ...
The proposed Newhall Ranch development near Highway 126 could require the construction of up to seven new schools to meet the needs of the 21,000-home mixed-use community.
The statewide drought is prompting the Metropolitan Water District to siphon water from Castaic Lake into its water service system, which may make it harder to enjoy boating there this summer, a lake official said.
A small fish native to the Sacramento Delta is causing water restrictions and driving state water-project officials crazy.
Castaic resident Joyce Sipotz knows she lives in the Santa Clarita Valley. But does she live in the city of Santa Clarita? She couldn't say.
As the economy slumps and unemployment rises in California, much of the Santa Clarita Valley's economic strength stems from its schools and colleges.
More than 4,700 untested sexual assault evidence kits - so-called "rape kits" - are due to be tested by Crime Lab technicians following a change of policy by Sheriff Lee Baca.
Federal law enforcement turned a deaf ear to sheriff's Sgt. James Anderson's pleas for help in an identity theft investigation, but that didn't stop deputies from arresting 55 people for suspected Social Security fraud.
Former Bowman High School student Lindsey Villanueva, now a Bowman teacher, looks forward to watching her students turn their lives around and graduate from the Hart district's only continuation high school.
The unarmored three-spine stickleback is one tough little prickly survivor. As a freshwater fish the size of a minnow, fighting for its life in a quasi-desert terrain, the stickleback has survived every single major drought since the glaciers from the most recent ice age melted about 10,000 years ago and has managed to dodge every predator two to 10 times its size. It survived the dustbowl days of the "Dirty Thirties" and it outlasted Southern ...
While movie filming in Santa Clarita Valley decreased in 2008, television filming significantly increased here, stabilizing the local economy by providing jobs for industry professionals who already live here.
Regardless of what action Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger takes to remedy the state's financial crisis, public education will pay.
Deputy District Attorney Alisanne Scolnik asserted that the victims of convicted molester Kevin Lamont Thomas will suffer for the rest of their lives. Her strong words at Thomas' sentencing hearing Nov. 21 reopened deep scars for one Santa Clarita resident.
They can appear to be charming, bright and hardworking, but they are actually immature, are often unbalanced and are sometimes dealing with their own troubled childhoods.