Before a crowd of 300 Rio Vista Elementary School fifth- and sixth-graders, John Abrams shouted, "No more gossip!"
On a sleepy Labor Day morning, a crowd of local residents took steps to do some good in the world.
For Ana Goldbach, a 43-year-old mentally disabled adult, daily activities like trips to the library allow her to keep busy and productive.
Several months ago, Valencia United Methodist Church ministry volunteer Larry Comp and Temple Beth Ami's Rabbi Mark Blazer shared a discussion at a local Starbucks Coffee.
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Today is Tuesday, Sept. 8, the 251st day of 2009. There are 114 days left in the year.
A downed power line sparked a small brush fire in the Newhall Pass on the northbound side just north of the Interstate 5-Highway 14 split at about 9:41, according to the California Highway Patrol.
As a national debate brews over the intentions of President Barack Obama's upcoming address to school children, local educators aren't too worried about the speech meant to encourage kids to stay in school.
A seven-story hotel planned for the heart of Valencia and OK'd by the Planning Commission is headed before the Santa Clarita City Council on Tuesday after a group of homeowners filed an appeal.
Doctors once told Tom Bolewski, of Saugus, that he would be on a ventilator in a nursing home for the rest of his life.
Almost a year after the unsolved slaying of Valencia resident Anthony Lombardi, his family is offering about $55,000 on top of an existing $20,000 reward to whomever comes forward with information leading to a conviction.
Today is Monday, Sept. 7, the 250th day of 2009. There are 115 days left in the year. This is Labor Day.
After Valencia resident Keyma Roberts, 35, was laid off from her job, she couldn't afford to renew her car registration.
When Monique Torres heard that her close friends house had been lost in the Acton fires last week, she knew it was time to do something.
The old adage "There's no such thing as a free lunch" doesn't apply to Santa Clarita Valley youngsters this summer.
Dozens of community members turned out Saturday for a community bike ride to not only promote the upcoming Amgen Tour of California, but give attendees a look at Santa Clarita's trail system, as well.
Santa Clarita's first Pacific Islander Festival drew large crowds to William S. Hart Park on Saturday.
Michelle Zundell recalls the three anguishing years when her son slept on the floor every night.
Monday's ceremony for Vasquez High School is not your typical groundbreaking.
Decked in pink hard hats and purple shirts, approximately 300 people turned out Saturday to help build homes for veterans and their families in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Following discussion on the role and form of art locally, Santa Clarita City Council members and Arts Commissioners gave the nod this week to moving forward with a master plan to take an overarching look at art in the community.
Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station are seeking the identity of a female who they believe was an upskirt photo victim, station officials said this week.
Hundreds of students sat on the grass in front of Placerita Junior High School on Friday listening to a man in baggy red pants and a cap with a yellow tassel.
The 2014 Amgen Tour of California stage bicycle race will shut down some roads around the Santa Clarita Valley when it rolls through town next week, Santa Clarita officials said Friday.
A man who escaped custody Wednesday by kicking out a window of a sheriff's cruiser and bolting across Interstate 5 has been found and arrested following a late-night search Thursday, according to a lieutenant with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station.
In addition to funding for capital improvements and services, the proposed Santa Clarita city budget includes funding for a number of new positions, city officials said this week.
The thunderous noise of fighter jets "buzzing" some Santa Clarita Valley homes Wednesday night turns out to be the byproduct of presidential protection during Barack Obama's visit to Los Angeles.
Detectives are seeking the identity of a female who they believe was an upskirt photo victim. Once the victim is identified this case will be presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office for filing consideration and prosecution. The unknown female left the location without making a purchase, and probably does not even know she was a victim.
The release Wednesday of a video surveillance image depicting a suspect wanted in connection with the theft of ammunition from a local gun club has produced tips from the public that are now being pursued by detectives, a deputy said.