Five people suffered minor injuries in a two-car collision Friday night that forced deputies to shut down westbound Soledad Canyon Road at Valley Center Drive, where one of the vehicles hit and damaged a streetlight.
Rain is in the forecast next week for both Northern and Southern California, but experts warn residents shouldn't expect any quick fixes to the state's drought.
California's congressional delegation will take a double hit when a new Congress convenes in January.
Parking lots were full, stores were packed and temperatures rose into the high 70s.
Catherine Kawaguchi knows she has some big shoes to fill when she officially takes over as superintendent in the Sulphur Springs School District.
Closures for I-5 Truck Lanes Project
The little Thanksgiving Day dinner that grew kept right on growing Sunday when the annual street party welcomed thousands to a parking lot feast at the Newhall Library.
As much as they look forward to a steaming hot Thanksgiving Day meal of turkey and mashed potatoes, diners at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center enjoy meeting the young people who help serve up Thanksgiving each year.
As LARC Ranch muscles forward to raise $3 million for a permanent water supply, ranch officials reported this week that they're still parched and have spent more than $168,000 importing more than 5 million gallons of water.
Eight people were hurt and taken to various hospitals Thursday following a multi-vehicle traffic pileup on Highway 14 near Sand Canyon Road, emergency response crews said.
Many shoppers will have to take their Thanksgiving dinners "to go" this year to take advantage of the best shopping deals, many expected to be offered today rather than Black Friday.
One person complained of injuries and was transported to a local hospital Wednesday evening after a car collided with a City of Santa Clarita Transit bus, sheriff's officials said.
The state grant announced by Castaic Lake Water Agency officials this week will help offset the sewage rate hike planned in the Santa Clarita Valley to foot the bill to reduce chloride in the Santa Clara River.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved staffing and other resources to fully implement "Laura's Law" across Los Angeles County, officials said this week.
A Santa Clarita Valley electrical outage disabled traffic signals and left about 900 people in the dark Wednesday in Valencia.
Dudley is one of the two million amputees in the United States. The majority of those amputees are human. Farm animals are more rarely treated with prosthetics. With the help of The Gentle Barn (www.gentlebarn.org), one fortunate cow, named Dudley, will be fitted with a prosthetic foot after suffering for ten months with a severed foot. His prosthetic was crafted by a man who has something in common with Dudley.
The multi-national CEMEX Corporation has let the City of Santa Clarita know they are starting work to update their required mining permits and plan to begin surface mining of aggregate in Soledad Canyon, on City-owned land.
It's official: layoff notices are coming for some Castaic Union School District teachers and administrators.
California Institute of the Arts students went sifting through trash Thursday looking for hidden treasure at Chiqiuta Canyon Landfill.
Santa Clarita's "Thursdays at Newhall" series will return next week with a rebranded event that combines art with music and dance.
How long is 50 years in the history of a school?
California's Democratic Assembly speaker unveiled a proposal this week aimed at helping more cash-strapped Californians into affordable housing, partly by charging a fee on real estate transaction documents.
Adds name, court appearance of suspect
Santa Clarita City Council members voted this week to move forward with plans to demolish a building at 22520 Lyons Ave. in Newhall.
On Sunday, January 25, 2015, at approximately 7:20 pm, a fight involving several people took place on the grounds of the New Horizons condo complex located in the 27600 block of Susan Beth Way in the Saugus area of Santa Clarita.
Senator Cathleen Galgiani (D-Stockton) and Assemblyman Tom Lackey (R-Palmdale) held a press conference Wednesday to announce their bipartisan coalition to address the weakening of state sexual assault laws caused by the passage of Proposition 47. Prop. 47 significantly reduced the penalty for illegal possession of drugs commonly used to facilitate sexual assaults-frequently referred to as "date-rape" drugs. Galgiani and Lackey have introduced legislation to give California voters the opportunity to undo this change and send a strong message to criminals that possessing date rape drugs will result in significant punishment.
SACRAMENTO – Today Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, introduced AB 882 and AB 912 to hold local school districts more accountable and protect taxpayer dollars.
Santa Clarita city officials served up some information on a much-anticipated project to bring new tennis courts to Central Park during a public information meeting Wednesday night.
Plans to expand the narrow Golden Valley Road bridge over Highway 14 are moving forward after Santa Clarita City Council members signed off on contracts for the project this week.