Russian troops were scheduled to pull out of the Republic of Georgia Monday, but according to an e-mail from former College of the Canyons student and Georgia resident Natalie Mchedlishvili, they didn't appear to be leaving much behind.
History is being wiped out in Mentryville, one pepper tree at a time, says a man who grew up in the hilly historic area tucked away in a corner of the Santa Clarita Valley.
Firefighters extinguished a small grease fire at a Canyon Country restaurant early Monday evening, according to Capt. Scott Greenhouse of L.A. County Fire Station 107.
With a crowd of around 1,000 people watching, Sgt. Tony Arnold of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department stood before the microphone and, one by one, read the names of 26 fallen officers.
Portions of Valencia Boulevard will be closed for the next two months beginning Monday while the Castaic Lake Water Agency progresses on a major pipeline construction project.
The Hart High School cheerleaders want to share their school spirit - plus some of their cheer and dance routines - with young aspiring cheerleaders ages 5 to 14.
Santa Clarita officials are just one bridge away from completing the 8 1/2-mile cross-valley connector roadway, and construction is expected to begin within four months, a city official said last week.
On an early morning hike through Mentryville recently with Darryl Manzer, past the big house, the wrought-iron pen he said he built to contain pigs, the gray splintered and crumbling shed by the school, past the school itself and through wisps of swaying pepper-tree branches laden with clusters of peppers, it becomes clear that Manzer has done his research.
Looking back, Karan never anticipated being homeless in Santa Clarita.
It's a program that educates human resource managers on ways to reduce workplace violence. It's an outreach initiative that represents the first time law enforcement and private businesses have teamed up in the name of crime prevention. And it's a program designed to give Santa Clarita Valley businesses the opportunity to network with each other, the city and the SCV Sheriff's Station.
Experienced local insider water officials running for a seat at the Castaic Lake Water Agency have seen the numbers on water scarcity and say sound leadership is more important now than ever before.
City officials are calling on you to "build" the new library planned for downtown Newhall.
Students in the Hart district will have access to free, hands-on occupational training this year.
The award-winning Hart High School Dance Team, headed by adviser Linda Martin and coached by Jenn Basse, has spent a very busy summer preparing for their 2008-09 school year.
A series of luxury items stolen in the last couple of weeks suggests some Santa Clarita Valley residents are trying hard to maintain a high standard of living.
It's not just dry. It's hot.
SANTA CLARITA - The number of electric vehicles on the road has steadily risen in recent years, leading officials to look for ways to build up public charging infrastructure that can handle the increasingly popular brands.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday delivered dual messages in his annual address to the Legislature: California's resurgence is well underway but is threatened by economic and environmental uncertainties.
SACRAMENTO – George Runner today issued the following statement in response to Governor Jerry Brown's State of the State address:
SACRAMENTO – Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, responded to Governor Jerry Brown's 2014 State of the State address: