The College of the Canyons Center for Applied Competitive Technologies has won the 2007-2008 Exemplary Innovation Award by the California Community College's Economic and Workforce Development program.
It's been a long time coming, but alternative schools like Bowman High School finally got the recognition they deserve when state legislators named the month of May Educational Options Month.
A Bakersfield woman died and two other people suffered injuries after the car in which they were traveling crashed into a drainage ditch near Gorman Friday morning.
Trying something different this year, College of the Canyons scheduled a morning graduation ceremony and family and friends gathered in the campus Honor Grove Friday as the graduates filed through to their seats.
It was an historic night for West Ranch High School on Friday as the school's first batch of students donned caps and gowns and marched away from the College of the Canyons stadium with high school diplomas.
Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff Station's COBRA Team are searching for a suspect who allegedly shot a Newhall man Wednesday night, officials said Thursday.
A 19-year-old man was injured after swerving to avoid hitting a vehicle that turned in front of him during rush hour Wednesday morning.
With four condors flying directly over him as if on cue, Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon unveiled sweeping legislation at the Bear Divide Picnic Area in the Angeles National Forest Thursday morning designed to protect nearly 42,000 acres of regional wilderness areas.
Plans to construct a key railroad crossing at Lyons Avenue near Railroad Avenue is so far not getting much support from the Public Utilities Commission, a state agency that regulates and oversees railroad crossings.
Three people in a white Dodge sedan were arrested after they allegedly hit two other vehicles on Interstate 5 Wednesday afternoon. The vehicle collided with two other vehicles in the fast lane.
College of the Canyons Superintendent-President Dianne Van Hook has a new title - Chancellor of the Santa Clarita Community College District.
About 200 to 300 trees burned or damaged by last October's wind and firestorms are set to be replaced over the summer, a city official said Thursday.
Carrying a lighted torch, valedictorian Megan Del Vecchio led her classmates onto the field at College of the Canyons Thursday evening as Valencia High School seniors graduated in front of a stadium full of well-wishers.
Natasha Walia will walk across the stage in her first graduation ceremony today as she receives an associate degree from College of the Canyons.
Students at Rosedell Elementary School in Saugus wrapped up a monthlong community service project Wednesday by making posters and decorating megaphones and water bottle holders for the residents of LARC Ranch.
As local prep sports wrap up their winter competitions and look toward spring, student musicians in the Hart district get together for their own version of all-star teams - the junior high and senior high school honor bands.
Canyon Country-East, Zone 8, Public Safety and Crime Prevention Information. Snap Shot 02/11/2013 – 02/17/2013.
(SACRAMENTO, CA) – Senator Steve Knight (R-Antelope Valley) introduced a Senate Joint Resolution to urge the President and Congress to avert federal spending cuts known as "sequestration" on the Senate Floor.
Coroner's investigators released the name Friday of a 6-year-old girl who died after being found not breathing in a Canyon Country home this week.
Santa Clarita Valley residents are invited to a free concert this Saturday benefiting the Santa Clarita Valley homeless shelter.
SANTA CLARITA - The Santa Clarita Community College District's 'AA' Bond Ratings have been reaffirmed by two independent financial ratings firms - Standard & Poor's and Fitch - in advance of the college's upcoming bond refunding, scheduled to take place later this month. In addition, the college's $20.4 million in outstanding certificates of participation (COPs) received an affirmed 'AA-' status.
Placerita Junior High School will host a "Run for Gold" benefit this Sunday to raise funds for the William S. Hart Union High School District WiSH Foundation.
Facing a $100 million funding gap and potentially decades of construction, county transportation officials are exploring the possibility of using per-mile tolls to fund two new carpool lanes on Interstate 5 in the Santa Clarita Valley.
A Las Vegas man is waiting to hear from local investigators about the traffic collision that claimed the life of his daughter three weeks ago, he said Thursday.