Connie Bullock sees fly fishing as nourishment for the soul.
Eighth-graders at Rio Norte Junior High School gathered Thursday for the school's seventh annual Turkey Bowl flag football game.
On most nights when Michael Freeman arrived home, his wife was already sleeping and dinner was waiting in the refrigerator.
Newhall Bicycle Company served more than 450 free Thanksgiving dinners on Thursday in an effort to give back to the community.
With a smile on his face, Clifton Parish stood in front of about 20 Bowman High School students and called on them to give him their best Facebook and MySpace poses.
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A Saugus man was arrested early Thursday morning for allegedly threatening to kill his family and pointing a shotgun at his wife and children, a sheriff's official said.
Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon plans to hand deliver holiday cards from Santa Clarita Valley school children to troops serving overseas.
Two Santa Clarita churches were able to raise more than $2,000 for the Church of Hope food pantry over the span of a few short hours - just in time for Thanksgiving.
Officials are asking holiday travelers to buckle up, stay sober and avoid rushing on the road.
The second Southern California Edison power outage to hit the Santa Clarita Valley in as many days left 2,563 customers without electricity for hours Wednesday, officials said.
As store employees brace for the Black Friday rush, sheriff's deputies said customers should shop safely and not push or cut in line.
Dianna Gonzalez is cheered on by her schoolmates as she finishes in 11th place for the 7th-grade girls during the Turkey Trot food drive at Sierra Vista Junior High School in Canyon Country on Tuesday.
All roads running through the Angeles National Forest, including Angeles Forest Highway, will reopen Monday after being closed for nearly three months due to the Station Fire.
The first gubernatorial primary under California's new top-two system has evolved into a typical campaign between Republicans hoping to come in second, pitting a state lawmaker who is a tea party favorite against a socially moderate investment banker making his first run for public office.