Two people were injured Thursday evening during a collision at Stevenson Ranch Parkway and The Old Road, emergency response officials said.
Members of a nursing union at Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital voted "overwhelmingly" to authorize a strike this week as contract negotiations continue, officials said Thursday.
Adds name of school, destination
In an effort to maintain its cutting edge exposure to manufacturing technology, the College of the Canyons welding technology department has installed Laser Touch Sensing adaptive control systems on two of its robotic welding machines.
Santa Clarita Valley residents who would like an up-close and personal perspective on law enforcement in the area will get their chances starting Feb. 24.
Board members in the Sulphur Springs School District paid homage to the district's longtime leader recently, voting to rename the district's administrative office building after retired Superintendent Robert Nolet.
A Saugus man arrested last year on suspicion of drug-impaired driving following a crash that resulted in the death of a friend was sentenced to three years probation after pleading no contest to misdemeanor drug charges, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said Thursday.
(WASHINGTON, DC) – Rep. Steve Knight (R-CA) has co-sponsored a bill that will alter the way federal agencies create and enforce regulations on small businesses.
SACRAMENTO – Today Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, introduced AB 240 which will allow recipients of special recognition military license plates eligible for free entrance to all California State Parks every day.
Santa Clarita officials are fond of reciting what they say is part of the city's budget philosophy: Decisions made in good times are more important than the decisions made during bad times.
A year after local water czars unveiled their drought action plan in the face of stark water shortages, they this week Tuesday to news of deepening drought and diminishing reservoirs.
A standing-room-only crowd turned out at a special board meeting this week to demand answers about the Castaic Union School District's plans to remedy an estimated $4.1 million budget shortfall.
Though he may no longer have a seat in the U.S. Capitol building, former Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon isn't straying from Washington, D.C., for his next gig.
Though recent projections paint a rosy budget picture for Santa Clarita, city officials said this week it's important to keep planning with the future in mind.
One of three people arrested Thursday for allegedly running an underground police force works at the state Department of Justice, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday.
One man was killed and a woman injured after they were shot at a Canyon Country apartment during one of two unrelated shootings in the Santa Clarita Valley on Wednesday.
A public meeting is scheduled Thursday evening to discuss a proposed AT&T cell phone tower at Golden Oak Community School in Canyon Country.
Retail sales helped push the city of Santa Clarita up one more notch on the annual ranking of California retail markets, again landing it in a small circle of cities generating in excess of $2 billion a year, the city announced Wednesday.
With almost daily reports of identity theft, the local sheriff's station is offering Santa Clarita Valley residents an opportunity to shred personal documents.
Saugus school board members voted this week to change their election system that was the target of a recent California Voting Rights Act lawsuit, but how the move will affect the suit moving forward remains unclear.
Newhall School District board members approved a plan this week to split the district into five voting areas as part of the shift to a new election system they hope to have in place this November.
The College of the Canyons 'Blockbuster Summer' schedule of classes has returned, with three action-packed class sessions that are sure to have students and community members sitting on the edge of their seats and clamoring to see which of their educational goals will be realized next.
School board members in the Saugus district voted Tuesday night to change to voting areas for future board elections - a week after a lawsuit was filed against the district's current use of at-large voting.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The head of the U.S. Forest Service warned Tuesday of an "above average" fire season that could cost the agency more than $1 billion and require shifting funds from programs designed to prevent wildfires.
A father and his two children lost their home in a condominium fire last week, but a nearby resident is determined to set things right - with a little help from friends and neighbors.
James M. Gibson, superintendent of the financially troubled Castaic Union School District, has been placed on "paid non-disciplinary administrative leave," a member of the district board said Tuesday.
County supervisors voted this week to support a bill that would automatically register eligible residents to vote when they apply for, or renew, their driver's licenses.
An 87-year-old Granada Hills man died Tuesday after crashing his motorcycle on Interstate 5 near Pyramid Lake, the investigating California Highway Patrol officer said.