Two of Kari Hsieh's friends spent Sunday coming to terms with their friend's tragic death and remembering how special she was. Hsieh, 18, was among the dead in the Metrolink train crash that took 25 lives Friday.
Santa Clarita Valley Democrats have a place to call home this election season. The Santa Clarita Valley Democratic Club christened its new digs at 23119 Lyons Ave, Newhall, Sunday, in a grand opening ceremony that drew hundreds decked out in Barack Obama pins and T-shirts, said Joyce Evans, voter registration chairwoman for the Santa Clarita Valley Democratic Club. The new headquarters actually opened in July. The Santa Clarita Valley Democratic Club open a local campaign ...
Santa Clarita code enforcement officers are getting ready to party. The city's Extreme Neighborhood Makeover team will head into east Newhall Thursday to throw a big bash in the middle of the street and nudge residents to spruce up their houses and yards in the aging neighborhood. In June, city officials set up their deck chairs and lit up the barbecue at the first block party east of Whites Canyon Road in Canyon Country. Code ...
A years-long battle to expand Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital goes before the Santa Clarita City Council this week, and the hospital CEO says this is the last round.
Gumdrops and ornaments lit up the eyes of young ones strolling with their parents through rows of community-sponsored wreaths, trees and gingerbread houses.
Granted, it's considered bad luck for the groom to see the bride before the wedding. But this was ridiculous.
Slated for filming today and tomorrow: dangerous scene for "NCIS" involving rescue of lead character played by Mark Harmon and an actress from a car that has plunged off a pier and is submerged in 28 feet of water.
Natasha Tobler was busy at work on Saturday gluing colorful beads to a pink sheet of construction paper cut out as a pair of cowboy boots.
The Castaic community united to provide Live Oak Elementary School with a new computer lab - with donations coming from parents, the Castaic Union School District and Chiquita Landfill, Inc.
Belinda thought William Schaeffler was the man of her dreams. He had a good job and a promising future.
If you ask Minerva Williams, more women should get involved in politics. While the 2008 election has opened many doors for women, Williams still sees a lot of opportunities for women to assume the roles as local, state and national political leaders. But she's not about to let women get involved in politics alone. With help from the Democratic Club of the Santa Clarita Valley, Williams organized "Women and Politics" on Saturday at Coco's restaurant ...
The Acton-Agua Dulce school officials adopted parts of an anti-bullying program in the wake of a community-shaking student suicide at Vasquez High School.
SAN FERNANDO - Patricia Wise sat alone clutching her Bible in a San Fernando Superior Court room Friday as her family waited outside.
Republican Tony Strickland edged past Democrat Hannah-Beth Jackson in the 19th District state Senate race Friday.
Craft show all weekend The city of Santa Clarita hosts the "Fine Craft Show" from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday at Old Orchard Park, 25023 Avenida Rotella. More than 70 artists and crafters will be selling items like jewelry, pottery and ceramics, hand-painted clothing and home decor items. City launches online retail store The city of Santa Clarita launched an online boutique, www.santaclaritacitystore.com, featuring speciality Santa Clarita-branded items. Some of ...
Santa Clarita City Council members have heartily endorsed the Boxer-Feinstein bill to block the proposed open-pit sand and gravel mine in Canyon Country but turned thumbs-down to a bill that would open up public spaces to use by the homeless at any time.
More than 1,000 people turned out for the annual Arthritis Walk at Six Flags Magic Mountain Sunday morning, many of them children.
Two multi-car crashes involving five vehicles injured at least seven people and caused a backup on the northbound Highway 14.
A multi-vehicle crash in Newhall stalled southbound traffic on Railroad Avenue Sunday afternoon, officials said.
Officials with the County Coroner's office have identified the Canyon Country man shot and killed Thursday as 53-year-old Juan Mejia.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies arrested a man who allegedly shot his father in the head late Thursday night in Canyon Country thanks to a tip supplied by a citizen, a sheriff's spokesman said.
The Women Empowerment Build for Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys attracted a sold-out crowd Saturday.
With a ceremony that was at times somber and celebratory, the Santa Clarita Valley's annual Relay for Life event to raise money and awareness for cancer research kicked off Saturday morning in Central Park.
Carrying signs that read, "No More Cages" and "Education not incarceration," about 50 people lined the intersection of The Old Road and Biscailuz Drive in Castaic to protest a potential expansion of the Pitchess Detention Center.
A brush fire that scorched more than 700 acres in Castaic is now completely contained, according to officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
As is typical of the California Institute of the Arts, the school's graduation ceremony Friday was anything but ordinary.
Santa Clarita's April jobless rate fell to 5.7 percent, a drop from 6.1 percent in March, according to statistics released Friday.
With no new schools planned for the foreseeable future, the Hart district is taking steps to shutter the nonprofit foundation set up to manage land purchases and development, according to officials.
Sacramento– California is slated to be the first state in the nation to provide voter registration through a Health Benefit Exchange similar to "Motor Voter" registration through the DMV. Last year, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 35, authored by Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima), which expands voter registration by requiring that California come into full compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), commonly known as Motor Voter. The new law became effective January ...
LOS ANGELES COUNTY – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich released today the attached letter from the Federal Aviation Administration announcing that it will no longer close Los Angeles County's air traffic control towers. Congress passed the "Reducing Flight Delays Act of 2013" act which allows the FAA to transfer funding from other accounts to keep the nation's 149 contract towers open.