Expect to see lots of spandex and bicycles in town this weekend.
'Southern California's "Boston Tea Party" appears to be reaching a boiling point as more than two dozen counties band together to sue the state over billions of dollars of withheld funds.
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A zoning change to allow homeless shelters in industrial areas of the city will head to the Santa Clarita City Council March 24, according to a city official.
Homeowners should brace for another wave of foreclosures this spring, said The Master's College political studies professor John Stead.
In anticipation of multi-million dollar cuts to the 2009-10 fiscal budget, two local school districts are prepared to send hundreds of potential layoff notices to full-time employees by March 15, school officials said Tuesday.
The sun is expected to return for a couple of days with a chance of rain returning for the weekend, according the National Weather Service.
The Valley Industrial Association's message to the city of Santa Clarita - get going on affordable housing.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California legislative leaders on Tuesday made what they hoped would be a last push for one more Republican to support their $42 billion budget fix, warning of fiscal disaster if none of the holdouts puts aside opposition to tax increases.
The leader of the state Senate said the chamber would remain in continous session until the legislation is passed. Meanwhile, state officials were sending out layoff notices and ordered the shutdown of hundreds of public works projects employing nearly 92,000 construction workers.
Parents, police officers, firefighters, and other community workers enjoyed a sunny lunch on Friday at the Valencia Industrial Kitchen despite the rainy weather. Robin Cook's fourth-class from Northlake Hills Elementary School whipped up the, "Fun in the Sun" meal as part of the Santa Clarita Valley's School Food Services Agency's 14th annual Cooking Campaign.
BioSolar, Inc, developer of a breakthrough technology to produce bio-based materials from renewable plant sources that reduce the cost of photovoltaic solar modules, continues to sustain attention with its cost-saving and environmentally-friendly solar module component.
Graffiti may look like nothing more than dirty scrawl on a wall to some, but one Canyon Country resident is set to give a crash course in deciphering the calling cards of local tagging crews.
At the direction of Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich, new traffic signals have been installed and activated at the northern and southern intersections of Sagecrest Circle and the Old Road in Sunset Pointe.
Santa Clarita is offering an additional lap swim class at the Santa Clarita Pool on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Democrats and Republicans who represent Santa Clarita Valley residents say the current state budget crisis is a large-scale version of over-extended home budgets and irresponsible decisions.
California Highway Patrol officers are looking into the circumstances surrounding a black Corvette found abandoned at the bottom of a ravine along Bouquet Creek over the weekend, according to the CHP.
Now that two upcoming vacancies have been filled in the high school leadership of the William S. Hart Union High School District, new principals must be hired in the junior high school ranks.
Twin sisters Rita Kahane and Serena Rubin told a small congregation at Beth Shalom Sunday how lucky they were to have survived several life-threatening moments during the Holocaust, most notably perhaps being the day Nazi doctor Josef Mengele came looking for twins.
The PTA at West Creek Academy recently donated clothing and school supplies to help underprivileged students in Nicaragua.
Overtaken by memories, Erika Schwartz clutches a collection of yellowed, slightly crumpled photographs - all she has left of her entire family.