As the population grows in Santa Clarita Valley, so will the number of "cop shops."
City officials helped U.S. Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon gain support of his proposed Cemex legislation during a visit to Washington, D.C. last week.
Playtime at a Canyon Country home nearly turned fatal after a 13-year-old boy was shot in the head when his 12-year-old cousin accidentally fired a gun, officials said Wednesday.
Just as Eddie LeGault was about to bowl a perfect game, everyone inside Valencia Lanes stopped.
The only thing that cost the Castaic Lake Water Agency more money in March than water itself was consultants.
There's no doubt about it, Newhall Elementary School has some junior Einsteins in its midst.
Local health care workers and emergency responders are encouraged to take a three-day training course at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital to learn how to respond if a weapons of mass destruction disaster strikes the region.
You may soon see oak trees and rolling hills painted on a wall beneath the Golden Valley Bridge in Canyon Country.
Aiming to combat typically low donation amounts in the summer, the Hunger Defense Fund is hosting a community food drive this weekend.
The developer of a proposed residential and commercial center on the old Smiser Ranch mule farm in Newhall has suspended its plans to rethink the project that has left dozens of area residents infuriated.
U.S. Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon visited a Valencia retirement community Monday afternoon to honor the nearly 40 veterans who live there. The Memorial Day ceremony took place in the grassy courtyard behind the Belcaro recreation center, the Grove House, with veterans seated in three rows and other residents and guests scattered around them at tables.
Thomas Finley Mitchell came to California from Texas, and in 1860 he became the first United States citizen to reside in Soledad Canyon, where he started a cattle ranch and also farmed and raised honey bees. The only occupants of the canyon prior to Mitchell's arrival had been Native Americans, grizzly bears, coyotes and jackrabbits.
World War II veterans in uniforms that, amazingly, still fit and Vietnam veterans in leather jackets arriving astride Harley Davidson motorcycles gathered with other veterans and the people who wanted to thank them Monday at Eternal Valley Memorial Park in Newhall. Santa Clarita Mayor Bob Kellar said it was the largest crowd he has seen at the annual Memorial Day event.
A 14-year old boy was struck by a motorist Monday afternoon while riding his bike near the intersection of Sierra Highway and Sandy Drive in Canyon Country. According to Officer Robert Tomayo of the California Highway Patrol, the boy was on the sidewalk but then suddenly veered out into the street in front of an oncoming pickup truck, which was not able to stop in time to avoid hitting him.
Planning Commission chairman Mike Berger said Friday that after serving for 10 years on the Planning Commission, he will not be serving another term when his seat expires in July. "I don't want to get stale. I want to walk away in my prime," he said.
It's time to don the silly Dr. Seuss hat and break out your favorite copy of "The Cat in the Hat." Read Across America arrives on Friday, and dozens of activities are planned in schools around the Santa Clarita Valley as part of the celebration of reading.
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.