Seismologists pouring over data surrounding Tuesday's earthquake in Chino Hills credit Santa Clarita for having provided valuable information needed to interpret what happened and to predict seismic activity.
A mixed-breed puppy has such a bad case of mange that the Hansen Dam lifeguard who found her thought she'd been burned, a local animal rescue worker said.
Santa Clarita residents got taken for a ride Tuesday morning when a magnitude 5.4 earthquake centered some 60 miles away sent shock waves throughout the Los Angeles region.
Who needs a mock scenario to test a disaster preparedness plan when you have a 5.4 earthquake to test your resources, people and protocol?
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A Canyon Country woman walking her Chihuahua was attacked by two pit bulls Tuesday morning, leaving her with puncture wounds on her neck and a broken finger.
The attorney for Roselyn Hubbell appeared at Newhall Municipal Court Monday requesting a continuation of the pre-trial hearing for the former Golden Valley High School counselor. The case was continued until Aug. 19.
The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission is expected to approve the Lyons Canyon Ranch development Wednesday.
A proposed housing project backed up for a while over concerns about sewer capacity is moving ahead with final zoning approval expected today.
Local commuters will soon have another incentive to buckle up with a buddy.
The Los Angeles County Coroner has identified the motorcyclist killed early Saturday morning as Thomas Mark Ryan, 51, of Canyon Country.
On the heels of news that a toddler was found dead inside a family vehicle comes word from the county health officer warning people not to leave children, old people or pets inside vehicles.
Placerita Canyon residents living near The Master's College are encouraged to attend a public hearing Tuesday where planning commissioners will discuss the environmental effects of the college's 10-year expansion plans.
Investigators with the Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station are this week investigating an apparent hate crime in Canyon Country which, according to the official report, exhibits an obscure reference to the Confederacy.
It may look like a sign of the times, but the closure of the Power Chrysler Jeep location at 23923 Creekside Road in Valencia is really about better customer service, according to the general manager.
About 35 people turned out Saturday at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Valencia to learn more about the Affordable Care Act and Covered California - the state's health insurance exchange.
The skies may have been clear and the sun may have been bright, but Saturday was still a snow day at the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA.
Three people were transported to the hospital this morning following a rollover crash, according to officials.