Families looking for an exciting non-scary Halloween event can find one in Canyon Country where a couple just finished building an elaborate pirate ship.
At the Santa Clarita City Council's meeting Tuesday night, councilmembers unanimously voted to direct city staff to meet with the more than 10 speakers who voiced their concerns at the meeting about how the local public access channel would be managed.
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It's what Ian Swift calls a "bittersweet" moment.
The Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District might hire an outside agency to investigate the suicide of Jeremiah Lasater, a school board official said.
One plucky developer is trying to push through red tape to build 16 homes in Acton near 38 homes that are in foreclosure.
Santa Clarita Valley will get a new $50 million courthouse soon. State officials need to determine where.
Michelle Barritt's newest job is to help transform an anti-bullying campaign from one man's idea into a policy for a local school district and the rest of the county's schools.
College of the Canyons technicians will shut down the school's Web sites today for planned maintenance of servers and network equipment. Access should be restored by Wednesday.
The southbound I-5 off-ramp and northbound I-5 on-ramp are closed at Magic Mountain Parkway for widening through Jan. 13.
The McGrath Elementary School staff is beating the odds, said Newhall School District Superintendent Marc Winger.
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Giving means more than gifts and food drives during the holiday, according to an American Red Cross employe.
A Yes on Proposition 8 demonstration broke out on all four corners of Soledad Canyon and Bouquet Canyon roads Monday, spilling into the street and drawing more than 250 supporters armed with loud signs and pointed opinions.
The artist dipped her thin paintbrush into a dollop of blue oil paint and spread the cool color across her 8-inch by 10-inch homemade canvas to replicate the sky above her.
New home construction is slow, but local water officials are pressing forward with six work projects that require changes to pipelines, treatment plants and pumping stations in anticipation of a massive increase in demand for water over the next 20 years.
Sacramento – May 1, 2014 – Kicking off National Bike Month, the League of American Bicyclists has released its latest ranking of Bicycle Friendly States. In the seventh annual assessment, California achieved a #9 ranking nationally, an increase of ten ranks from last year and receiving 53.7 points out of 100.
Eighth graders at Rancho Pico Junior High School in Stevenson Ranch got an out-of-this-world lesson Wednesday during the Shuttle Simulator Project.