UPDATED 11:10 a.m. A fire is burning on the U.S. Marines' Camp Pendleton in northern San Diego County, and smoke is blowing north into the Santa Clarita Valley, according to an L.A. County fire official. Marine firefighters were on the scene and battling the blaze, dubbed the "November Fire," and that it was 100 percent contained, said Corporal Gabriela Gonzalez, USMC spokeswoman. The fire burned between 1,400 and 1,900 acres, but damaged no structures, she said. ...
While gas prices hover at $3.50 a gallon and more mortgages are going to foreclosure, soccer moms and commuting dads are buying fuel-sipping motorcycles.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency is lending a helping hand during the holiday season to victims of the recent California wildfires.
The city is one step closer to relieving traffic in Santa Clarita as the Santa Clarita City Council Tuesday unanimously approved a contract topping $21 million for the construction of the cross-valley connector's final bridge.
It's the slimmest growth in Santa Clarita Valley's job market since 1996, but in the midst of a shrinking economy, record layoffs and job cuts all over the country, the positive number stands out, regional economists said Tuesday.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors jump-started the effort to change Project 51 from one man's dream to education policy Tuesday.
This isn't the first year Santa received letters from hungry children. And it may not be the first year these children go without food or Christmas presents.
Watching autistic children - who normally go through life silent and alone - make new friends is far more important to Julie Hildebrand than receiving an award.
Edison workers restored power to more than 1,300 homes after a possible equipment failure caused a three-hour blackout Tuesday.
The National Weather Service issued a red-flag warning for the Santa Clarita and San Fernando valleys from 10 a.m. today to 4 p.m. Wednesday because of extreme fire danger due to high winds and low humidity.
Business Expo officials expect 5,000 attendees The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce expects the 24th Annual Home & Business Expo to draw more than 5,000 locals and visitors this weekend. The event at College of the Canyons provides networking opportunities for the valley's business community. The weekend starts with a Taste of the Expo from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday. The cost is $20 and includes 10 food tickets. The Home & Business ...
Speakers challenged more than 200 attendees to find dynamic ways to start and build businesses despite the sluggish economy Tuesday at the third annual Dream and Discover Entrepreneurs Conference.
Lisa Wright decided to take a couple hours out of her Monday evening to listen to Mayor Bob Kellar and five of her fellow Saugus residents talk about the issues affecting her neighborhood during the city's first town hall meeting.
The next time a ticket is planted under your windshield, you can't always blame sheriff's deputies. The Volunteers on Patrol might have slapped you with the citation, a sheriff's official said.
A few key 'no' votes have switched to 'yes' votes on the Hart district's upcoming bond measure.
A brush fire sandwiched between the southbound and northbound lanes of Interstate 5 burned about five acres before it was extinguished Sunday, a Los Angeles County Fire Department official said.