Bob Meza said no to a drunk man who asked for a beer. The man sucker punched Meza, breaking his nose, ribs and bruising his kidney, Meza said.
Two men accused in a Canyon Country stabbing were arraigned Monday in Santa Clarita Superior Court on attempted murder charges, a sheriff's official said.
Single-family home sales increased 7.0 percent during August throughout the Santa Clarita Valley, the Southland Regional Association of Realtors reported.
The City Council voted Tuesday to remove the concrete barriers installed last week at Alaminos Road and Benz Road, reinstate the turn restrictions at peak hours and install 20 temporary speed humps to reduce speed in the residential neighborhood.
Officials at two local juvenile probation camps for high school girls continue to wrestle with a request approved by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to make the camps charter schools.
State and city legislators have seen the future of water, and the future feels soft. Standing on the dry west bank of San Francisquito Creek a few weeks ago, Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar and Sen. George Runner, witnessed a way of turning hard water into soft water that promises to revolutionize water softening. Since September, about 400 Copper Hill Drive area residents have turned on their taps to get soft, clean drinking water, ending ...
This could be Stephen Sorenson's last Christmas, but on Sunday night, he didn't dwell on his poor prognosis.
The stretch of Main Street from Lyons Avenue to Fifth Street transformed into a black asphalt canvas over the weekend as hundreds of artists and art lovers gathered in downtown Newhall to create and celebrate art of all types.
Rebecca Rathstone is still missing and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department is looking for help. The 14-year-old Santa Clarita girl went missing Sept. 15, according to a report.
Dawn Demko walked out of Valencia United Methodist Church carrying a box filled with different cuts of frozen meat, canned vegetables, a mix of side dishes and other dinner table essentials.
Homicide detectives are still gathering clues in the brazen Friday morning shooting of Alonso Andrade, a sheriff's detective said.
The U.S. House of Representatives today defeated a proposed $700 billion bailout bill designed to rescue and stabilize the nation's financial system.
When the mud stopped flying Sunday, Miguel Bauges didn't care about being the first kid to cross the finish line. The 11-year-old was happy enough just being covered in mud, he said.
A groundbreaking water experiment is flowing through pipes under Santa Clarita Valley. The Valencia Water Company is supplying 1.2 million gallons of pre-softened water to about 400 Copperhill residents. The experiment, called the Groundwater Softening Demonstration Project, is the first of its kind in the country. If it works - and it seems to be doing well, according to users - the process promises to revolutionize the way water is delivered to the community and ...
Just in time for the holidays, a U.S. soldier overseas will soon open a small greeting card that reads, "Dear Friend: Merry Christmas. Thanks for saving the U.S.A.," written in a child's crooked penmanship.
With breezy conditions expected to blow into town tonight, the National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for the Santa Clarita Valley and surrounding areas.
At least one man was arrested during a series of parole and probation compliance checks Friday morning, a sheriff's official said.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, was placed firmly in the crosshairs of the nonprofit advocacy group Organizing for Action on Friday after the group rolled out an advertising campaign urging the congressman to support new gun-control measures.