In front of an enthralled audience of aeronautical hardware makers, former astronaut Loren Shriver pointed to the image of a thin sliver of blue rimming the dark side of planet Earth.
Juanita Heinly, the 1978 Santa Clarita Valley Woman of the Year, died earlier this month at her Agua Dulce home. She was 88.
Residents across the Santa Clarita Valley will take time this upcoming weekend to remember those who died in service to their country.
Sheriff's deputies arrested two men early Tuesday whom they say arrived at a Newhall gas station in a taxi cab, robbed its convenience store with a shoplifted beer bottle and then departed in the taxi.
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LOS ANGELES - A moderate earthquake rattled downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.
New home sales were up in Santa Clarita Valley in March, a sign that the housing market may be on the rebound.
While California voters decide whether to pass six propositions designed to help fix the state's ailing budget, one of the ballot initiative's most vocal supporters, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, won't be in the state for the election.
A 40-year-old transient woman was found dead in Agua Dulce Saturday afternoon, officials said.
When Evelyn Adams first moved to Placerita Canyon in 1947, it was a place of virtually unspoiled wilderness.
Several fires charred more than 25 acres in and around the Santa Clarita Valley on a blisteringly hot Monday, including a prescribed burn that raged out of control during a training exercise in Castaic.
The California budget crisis threatens to put the brakes on a proposed bill that would help California National Guard personnel pay for college.
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Three fires have charred several acres in and around the Santa Clarita Valley today, including a prescribed burn that raged out of control in Castaic.
Sacramento – May 1, 2014 – Kicking off National Bike Month, the League of American Bicyclists has released its latest ranking of Bicycle Friendly States. In the seventh annual assessment, California achieved a #9 ranking nationally, an increase of ten ranks from last year and receiving 53.7 points out of 100.
Eighth graders at Rancho Pico Junior High School in Stevenson Ranch got an out-of-this-world lesson Wednesday during the Shuttle Simulator Project.