A local scholarship program called the High School Water Challenge is not about swimming, diving or even getting wet.
California Assembly Bill 86 will allow school districts to suspend and recommend expulsion for bullies beginning Jan. 1, a Hart District official said.
It's happened before - Mint Canyon Elementary School Principal Betsy Letzo has come up with some pretty wild ideas. But none have been as hair-raising as her latest reading-enhancement scheme.
Dozens of Realtors and real estate affiliates put aside gloomy market conditions to celebrate new leadership on Friday in the Hyatt Valencia Grand Ballroom.
A rainy forecast could bring flash floods and release gravy-like debris flows just in time for Thanksgiving, a weather service official said.
California residents in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and Santa Barbara counties who had their homes damaged during the recent wildfires can register for federal and state disaster assistance and get claims help by calling 1-800-621-3362 (FEMA) (TTY 800-462-7585).
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's deputies didn't need to search long or far for a missing 4-year-old Saturday evening, a sheriff's officials said.
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One arrested in iPod theft Alfredo Enriquez, 19, was arrested Friday after he allegedly stole an iPod from a Newhall man in Valencia. The man initialy refused demands by two men to hand over the MP3 player, but gave in after two more men joined in the intimidation, said Sgt. Darren Harris with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station. The theft is under investigation, and the other suspects are described as Hispanic males. Walk, or ...
Nicholas Herrera deploys to Iraq next month, but before the 23-year-old Saugus resident left for his third tour of duty, his family and neighbors gave him a proper send off with a Saturday night block party.
When June Bailey, a teacher at Charles Helmers Elementary School, needed to nominate a class leader for the People to People Student Leader program, one student immediately came to mind: Rachael White.
Locals are coming together next month to focus on ability rather than disability. Congress designated October as National Disability Employment Awareness month, and to kick it off LETMESAIL will host "An Evening of Inspiration" at 7 p.m. Oct. 2 at the Santa Clarita Performing Arts Center on College of the Canyons' Valencia campus. Patrick Henry Hughes and Kathy Buckley will deliver messages of inspiration. A virtuoso musician and singer, Hughes plays in the University of ...
Santa Clarita's Child and Family Center board appointed Darrell Paulk as the new CEO to replace co-founder and longtime chief executive officer Liz Seipel.
Local water officials put the last piece of their overall water supply puzzle in place Monday when they agreed to replace the Sand Canyon Reservoir's dirt road with a paved one.
Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich has offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of the person(s) responsible for the vandalism of the Rancho Tesoro Recreation Center on May 11.
SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-SantaClarita, responded to the release of Governor Brown's 2013-14 revised budget proposal today, saying the Governor's budget clearly demonstrates the need to put students first.
Los Angeles County has over 2.2 million uninsured residents. A recent University of California study estimates that as many as 1.3 million of our them will remain uninsured after full implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Interstate 5 was fully reopened to northbound traffic at 1 p.m. today after one lane remained closed down overnight due to a wildfire.
A Valencia woman charged with felony hit and run for a vehicle collision with a bicyclist last March has pleaded not guilty this week, court papers show.
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The ARTree community arts organization will hold its general meeting Wednesday night at the Newhall Library.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Los Angeles judge has postponed the trial of a lawsuit involving a fugitive priest, possibly until next year, so that cases involving 11 alleged victims can be tried together.
Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District officials will hold the first in a series of public meetings tonight regarding the proposed plan to remove chloride from the Santa Clara River.
The California Public Utilities Commission will hold two public hearings Thursday on Valencia Water Company's proposed rate increase.
The 15th annual SCV Relay for Life kicks off Saturday at Central Park in Saugus. The fundraiser to combat cancer will run 24 hours from 10 a.m. Saturday to 10 a.m. Sunday, with participants walking laps the entire time - some remembering lost ones, some celebrating victories or hoping for more.
This week Newhall (Zone 6) had eight part one crimes reported. Two shoplifting incidents, three petty thefts, one assault, one commercial burglary, and one stolen vehicle.
A Canyon Country man who shot and killed his neighbor following a vicious seven-year feud has been sentenced to 64 years to life in prison.
A Santa Clarita Valley brush fire that was initially reported as two separate blazes was doused by Los Angeles County firefighters in the Valencia Industrial Center today.
SANTA CLARITA-Imagine what it would be like to wander around the streets of Havana with a camera, capturing scenes of everyday life in Cuba: the bustling squares, majestic cathedrals, iconic cigar shops and "Yank tanks," the classic American cars that still zoom down Cuban roads as vestiges of a bygone era.