A package of bills signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown and aimed at protecting California's groundwater supplies is being hailed as a much-needed step forward for a state seized by drought.
Free kettle corn and hot dogs, carnival-style games, toy prizes and raffles - it truly was a Day for Kids on Saturday at Newhall Park.
Santa Clarita's unemployment rate ticked downward ever so slightly in August and continues to be lower than both the state and county jobless rates, according to numbers released by the state's Employment Development Department.
Community members volunteered to trudge through the sand of the Santa Clara River to pick up trash and debris Saturday morning at the 20th annual River Rally Clean-up and Environmental Expo.
After a 10-month, 442 million mile interplanetary journey, a NASA spacecraft was scheduled to enter orbit around Mars on Sunday, according to the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church celebrates 70 years of annual barbecues in the Santa Clarita Valley all weekend long as a busy schedule of activities crams the calendar today and Sunday.
One Sunday morning Kirk and Kasey Morales listened to a message at church calling on families to get involved in foster care. The couple had a blended family of six children when they first began considering adoption.
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill by a Santa Clarita Valley legislator that would have placed restrictions on charter schools seeking to locate outside the boundaries of the district that authorizes them, citing concerns that the bill could force existing charter schools to relocate.
Junior high school students in the Santa Clarita Valley rummaged through shelves and racks of the Kohl's retail store in Valencia for some back-to-school shopping this week - made possible with help from Assistance League Santa Clarita.
Caltrans will repave State Route 138 in Palmdale between 165th Street East and Avenue S, officials said Friday.
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill Friday by a Santa Clarita Valley legislator that would have placed restrictions on charter schools seeking to locate outside the boundaries of the district that authorizes them.
People's reasons for hosting or supporting "National Back to Church Sunday" are nearly as numerous as the reasons others stay away from sacred gatherings in the first place.
More than 90 percent of William S. Hart Union High School District sophomores passed the state's high school exit exam on their first attempt during the 2013-14 school year, according to preliminary figures released Friday.
A rabid bat found in a Newhall backyard this month flew toward a resident and potentially bit two dogs and a cat, according to a recent county report.
They couldn't follow a yellow brick road to get there, but residents still took a trip to Oz at Thursday's "Wizard of Oz"-themes Senses event.
A motorcyclist was in surgery at a local hospital Sunday night after colliding with a vehicle in the parking lot of the Walmart store near in Canyon Country, sheriff's officials said.
A recent Santa Clarita City Council vote to construct a new median in Newhall touched off a discussion about whether the city should add new landscaping in the midst of the state's ongoing drought, with one council member saying the city needs to "lead by example."
Congressman-elect Steve Knight will continue to serve in the California state Senate through the New Year to make sure his district is represented up until the point he has to resign to take his seat in Congress, he said during a recent interview.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station is now taking registration for the 2015 Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives (VIDA) program for at-risk teens.
Sixteen SCV residents graduated this past week from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station's Community Academy, a six-week law-enforcement course that began in November, officials said in a news release.
Two boys walked away from Hart High School's Associated Student Body Christmas dinner and toy giveaway this week with wide grins and gift-wrapped presents nearly as big as they were.
New guidelines issued by mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac could boost the number of home loans granted to first-time buyers who are finding it difficult to save enough cash for a down payment, according to Santa Clarita Valley Realtors.
Deputies checked the sobriety of more than 1,300 drivers during an overnight DUI checkpoint in Canyon Country but none were found to be impaired, sheriff's officials said Saturday in a news release.
Lawyers representing Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Inc. are fighting a wrongful-death lawsuit filed against the organization by the parents of murder victim Karla Brada, claiming there is no basis for the lawsuit.
More than 350 people visited local homes decked from doorstep to backyard in holiday finery at the 34th annual Holiday Home Tour benefitting Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital.
Jews around Santa Clarita gathered on Wednesday to celebrate the first night of Hanukkah in a very familiar way, lighting the first candle on the menorah.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the last in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
College of the Canyons is the second-fastest growing community college in the United States, according to Community College Week magazine.
In stark contrast to Los Angeles County, the city of Santa Clarita's jobless rate in November was 4.8 percent, nearly half the county rate, figures released Friday showed.