The former Canyon Country High School volunteer coach accused of sexual assault is due back in court for a preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Early morning commuters may want to sleep in a bit this week as workers demolishing the Hasley Canyon Bridge prompt the shut down of lanes in both directions.
The Valencia High School cheerleading squad left cheer camp at the University of California Santa Barbara with the Top Banana award earlier this month, and the school honored them for their achievement Thursday with a banana split party.
At their first meeting following the summer recess, members of the Santa Clarita City Council will get back to some of their unfinished business Tuesday.
Despite the uncomfortable August heat, 36-year-old Crystal has been wearing long sleeves lately.
Construction is underway, but Real Life Church has come across some obstacles as it continues building an environmentally friendly church in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Jackie Kasaback believes hula hoops are a fun way to get into shape. Jake Kassan sees his sound activated T-shirts as a unique wardrobe choice for teenagers. The two may not know each other, but 14-year-old Kasaback and 17-year-old Kassan have become young entrepreneurs through their passion for building products, establishing their own companies and, someday, making an impact in the business world. Hula girl Kasaback became exposed to hula hoop dancing at the end ...
Sheriff's deputies and California Alcohol Beverage Control agents raided The Smoke and Cerveza Store in Newhall Tuesday afternoon on tips the business was a front to sell methamphetamine, said a sheriff's department official.
What are the most important issues facing our city? Over the years, residents have weighed in on this question in a variety of surveys and community meetings. While the ranking order of this list may alter through the years, the issues themselves pretty much remain the same. They include (not in order): traffic, growth, more open space, more parks and recreation, public transportation, green practices (improving air quality, reducing water use, recycling); graffiti abatement, law ...
A state commission is reviewing a complaint filed by a Placerita Canyon resident alleging a conflict of interest on the part of Councilwoman Laurene Weste for her involvement in the city's Newhall redevelopment efforts.
With the price of oil on the decline, local drivers have seen gas prices in the Santa Clarita Valley tumble to under $4 in the past weeks.
Pete Romo is going back school. The sheriff's deputy isn't brushing up on physics, he's Valencia High School's new school resource deputy. School resource deputies serve in all the valley's junior high and high schools, said Detective Dan Finn with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station. Law enforcement officers help provide campus security, can resolve student conflicts and assist in government classes, Finn said. Romo is a 13-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's ...
Following a trend evident across the state, the Hart district has seen an increase in the number of students taking the California English Language Development Test this year.
Local sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who held up a local gas station at gunpoint Thursday night.
Two males reportedly stole beer from the Rite Aid at 16642 Soledad Canyon Road. Around 4:16 p.m. sheriff's deputies were en route as the suspects described as two male Hispanics in their 20s fled the store, said Lt. Tom Bryskie. One of the suspects left the scene in a white Toyota Tacoma truck and allegedly struck another car parked in the lot as he fled. He remained at large late Friday afternoon. The other suspect ...
More than a dozen law enforcement units from three sheriff's stations, including the Santa Clarita Valley's, were sent to the Frazier Park fire late Wednesday afternoon to evacuate the area near the Los Angeles-Kern County line as a massive brush fire moved south toward Los Angeles County, a local sheriff's spokesman said.
Some owners of about 10 businesses in a strip mall near the Valencia Industrial Center complained Wednesday that county road workers who showed up unexpectedly were blocking customers and cutting into their revenue.
After a night's rest in the Santa Clarita Valley, cyclists competing in the annual Amgen Tour of California left town en mass Wednesday to completed the first half of the eight-day race in Santa Barbara.
Homicide detectives today were investigating the gunshot slaying of a man in Acton, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said.
Snapshot for the week of 05/06/2013 to 05/12/2013
Good morning Saugus. I hope that the traffic congestion due to the Amgen Tour did not disrupt your travels too much yesterday. The Amgen Tour is a great event which brings a new experience and revenue to Santa Clarita.
Federal earthquake monitors reported an earthquake six miles south of Rancho Palos Verdes today at 1 p.m.
Washington, D.C. – Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), Chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee, issued the following statement after the Senate voted 83 to 14 to pass the Water Resources Development Act of 2013 (WRDA).
American Medical Response, the company that supplies the Santa Clarita Valley with ambulances, is providing CPR training sessions at three SCV locations next week during National Emergency Medical Services Week.
The following road closures are planned within the city of Santa Clarita today for the Amgen Tour of California as racers head out of town about noon on their way to Santa Barbara.
Local sanitation officials held their first of six public hearings in Castaic Tuesday night in an effort to gauge which plan they should pursue in reducing the amount of chloride discharged into the Santa Clara River.
Hundreds of cycling fans crowded along Magic Mountain Parkway Tuesday to watch some of the world's fastest cyclists cross the finish line for Day 3 of the Amgen Tour of California.
A Superior Court judge has handed a setback to planners of a large Sand Canyon-area development in a decision that environmental groups called a victory and the developer said dealt largely with technical issues.
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.