More than 1,000 people braved high winds and an early morning chill to raise money to fight diabetes.
UPDATED 5:50 p.m. Firefighters continue battling a brushfire above the Porter Ranch area of the San Fernando Valley, which started mid-morning Monday. The blaze has quickly grown to 2,000 acres, as wind blew up to 45 mph, with gusts reaching 70 mph. "It is a blowtorch we can't get in front of," said Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Frank Garrido. Los Angeles Police Department officers called for mandatory evacuation of neighborhoods near the blaze. The fire is burning southwest, away ...
Construction activities for The Old Road realignment and Magic Mountain Parkway widening at Interstate 5 will close the intersection for a week starting this morning, according to the latest update from the city of Santa Clarita, L.A. County, Newhall Land, Metro and Caltrans.
"The question is, 'Shouldn't we be stopping the hate instead of fueling the anger?'"
With dripping hair and muddy shoes, hikers and runners made their way back down a trail locals call "The Beast" to the trailhead Saturday morning after climbing to a 3,864-foot summit. The 100 participants braved icy breezes and cold drizzle to collect more than $2,000 to benefit a special cause.
A Planning Commission study session is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at City Hall. The meeting will be a review of the current year as well as a look ahead to 2009.
State budget cuts mean a hard-earned $1.6 million grant for new vocational education facilities could be snatched from the coffers of the William S. Hart Union High School District.
Ambulances transported four men to a local hospital Saturday morning after a Palcido Hernandez of Santa Paula lost control of his Honda Civic and the car flipped over the southbound edge of the Interstate 5 freeway just north of Hasley Canyon Road.
Deputies from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are still seeking suspects in a reported armed robbery of a Saugus resident Friday night, said Lt. Tom Bryski.
It's beginning to feel a lot like winter in the Santa Clarita Valley. A strong and cold storm system has moved into the SCV, bringing colder temperatures, rain and the chance of snow in upper elevations today and Sunday and into the middle of the week. The National Weather Service issued a hazardous weather outlook for Central and Southwestern California Friday that will remain in effect until Thursday. Strong winds will accompany the system and may cause hazards ...
Robert Bachich wants to give away $2,300 worth of personal-training sessions. It's not going to be easy. He's a member of a local gym that won't allow him to transfer the sessions to anyone who is not a member. "It's a generous gift and someone can benefit from it," Bachich said. "I want it to go to a young adult who is physically challenged or had an accident." He hoped the gym would donate the ...
Sheriff's deputies broke up a street brawl in Canyon Country early Saturday and arrested three juveniles, including one armed with a rifle, officials reported.
A brush fire broke out at 3:37 p.m. Saturday in Leona Valley off Bouquet Canyon Road. By 4:45 p.m., Angeles Forest and Los Angeles County firefighters had knocked the fire down after it blackened five acres. Winds blew at 10 to 15 miles per hour but no structures were threatened, according to a Los Angeles Country Fire captain.
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Terry "Coach" Tull of Santa Clarita will be deeply missed by many in this valley. Friends and family celebrated the dedication of an oak tree on Saturday at William S. Hart Baseball Complex in honor of Tull's devotion to baseball, the complex, and most of all, the many kids that played there.
Official identification of the bodies believed to be actor Paul Walker and Valencia business owner Roger Rodas could take days, an investigator from the Los Angeles County Coroner's office said Sunday.
SANTA CLARITA - Tributes have been coming in from colleagues of actor Paul Walker who was killed Saturday in Valencia in a fiery crash of a sports car.
At midnight Sunday morning, hours after the death of actor Paul Walker made worldwide news, people came to the accident site on Hercules Street in Valencia where the "Fast and the Furious" star and another man died in a fiery one-car accident.
Owls, snakes, turtles and other critters awed dozens of visitors at Placerita Canyon Nature Center's "Native Live Animal Presentation" on Saturday in Newhall.
More than 350 people crowded the memorial service for a beloved Canyon High School and Brigham Young University football player Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Canyon Country.
Two people were killed Saturday afternoon when a Porsche sports car crashed and burst into flames in Valencia, and the passenger was actor Paul Walker, his publicist confirmed to the Associated Press
With the convergence of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving this year, the Jewish community of the Santa Clarita Valley has opted to celebrate the lighting of the official Santa Clarita Valley menorah on Sunday, the fourth day of the holiday, at the Westfield Valencia Town Center.
Black Friday got off to a slow start in the Santa Clarita Valley, but by noon parking spaces were at a premium at the Westfield Valencia Town Center and shoppers jammed the mall.
Christmas tree shoppers will have a less soggy experience this weekend than they did Friday as a storm that dropped a trace of rain around the Santa Clarita Valley moves out of the area.
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's Deputy Devin Freeman, who worked as a resource officer at Canyon High School and Sierra Vista Junior High School, died at home on Thanksgiving Day after a six-year battle with cancer, a spokesman said today. He was 38.
The third annual Hart Holiday Boutique and Craft Fair is scheduled Saturday and Sunday at William S. Hart Regional Park.
Black Friday just doesn't cut it anymore.
More than 100 home-bound seniors gave second helpings of "thank you" to the men and women who brought them not just one Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, but a second turkey dinner for the next day as well - plus dessert.
If you set the table, they will come.
Before lining up for rides, many lined up with boxes and bags of donations Wednesday for the 11th Annual Bag-A-Ticket holiday food drive at Six Flags Magic Mountain.