Santa Clarita city officials extended the public review period for the environmental report on Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital's expansion plans, after a local activist announced from the front doors of City Hall today that the public had been cheated out of a chance to weigh in.
It was all he could do as two young lives slipped away from him. When Rialto truck driver Jose Galdamez saw the pickup truck slam into a small car parked behind a stopped motorcyclist on Interstate 5 Monday afternoon, it was all he could do to jump from his big rig and run to the driver of the car. "I rushed to the car. I couldn't tell if the driver was a man or woman. ...
Motorists were likely caught off guard by police action outside the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station Thursday.
Just a month ago, Rattlesnake Slim's was packed nightly with coffee-loving customers sipping on drinks and listening to the latest jam sessions from western musicians.
The private health care company that plans to build a transitional care unit in Santa Clarita backed out of escrow on the purchase of the former Hillside Community Hospital building in Saugus and is in negotiations for a site next door, a city planner said Wednesday.
The city's economic development manager, Jason Crawford, received the 2008 New Economic Developer of the Year award, city officials announced Wednesday.
College of the Canyons' new Transitions Program, which in its first year will support the recruitment, mentoring and support of 40 students studying biology, chemistry, engineering and mathematics, has received a $437,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
There were some exciting moments Thursday afternoon at the Bank of America branch on Valencia Boulevard at the corner of Citrus Avenue, across from Santa Clarita City Hall, when a man ran from the bank after allegedly trying to pass a forged check, a spokesman for the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station reported.
The deadline to submit nomination papers to run for local nonpartisan offices in the November 4 General Election is Friday at 5 p.m.
Statistics released Wednesday by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station show an overall drop in almost all crimes locally during the first half of 2008.
The Hart district governing board will decide today whether to hire a public relations firm to pump up the William S. Hart Union High School District's reputation in advance of the General Obligation Bond election scheduled for Nov. 4.
The Higher Education Sustainability Act will encourage colleges and universities to become more energy efficient, according to Jim Schrage, vice president of facilities planning, operations and construction at College of the Canyons.
The latest crime statistics released today by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station reveal an overall drop in almost all crimes in the SCV during the first half of this year.
Local health care workers said Tuesday a stalled state budget has jeopardized local health care agencies dependent on state funding.
As the late afternoon sunlight fell over the valley and commuters shuffled off the Metrolink train Tuesday, local peace officers and first responders set up camp in the parking lot of the Newhall Community Center.
A helicopter that crashed during a reality TV production this month suddenly pitched down and hit the ground about a minute after taking off in early morning darkness, a preliminary report said Monday.
The murder case against two alleged Sand Canyon street racers was delayed a week, a court clerk said Monday.
Two California Institute of the Arts graduates have collected Academy Awards for the Best Animated Feature Film "Brave," a CalArts spokeswoman said Monday.
Santa Clarita - The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) plans to close the lanes listed below as part of a $72 million project that is constructing a truck lane on southbound I-5 between Pico Canyon Road/Lyons Avenue and the Antelope Valley Freeway (SR-14). Ramp closures will be staggered. Closures are subject to change. Detours will be signed.
With across-the-board sequestration spending cuts scheduled to be imposed on March 1, 2013, Los Angeles County has completed a review of the potential financial threats the sequester poses to the nation's largest local government agency.
Students were introduced to tap, ballet and tumbling techniques as part of American Heart Month to promote good health and exercise during a dance class on Feb. 19.
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Little feet made big strides Sunday as scores of kids took part in the WiSH Education Foundation Run For Gold races in Newhall.
A man was mugged at gunpoint for his iPod and cash in Canyon Country Sunday afternoon, a local sheriff's spokesman said.
A driver clocked speeding close to 100 mph through city streets, past Central Park and Saugus High School and through one red light, has been charged with reckless driving, according to a report filed by a local sheriff's deputy.
Following a blustery weekend in the Santa Clarita Valley, residents are likely to find themselves stepping over snapped branches and wind-swept debris today but without the strong winds that rattled windows and put things in motion.
The city of Santa Clarita has followed Frank Oviedo throughout his professional career.
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Employees of a Stevenson Ranch cellphone store found it easy to describe the man who ripped a demonstration iPhone off its stand in October and ran out the door.
Saturday night may be all right for fighting, but Saturday afternoon was set aside for a free concert that doubled as a tribute to Elton John and a fundraiser for the Santa Clarita Valley homeless shelter.