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WASHINGTON (AP) - Well on the way to winning passage before Christmas after clearing its biggest hurdle in the wee hours of the morning, the Senate's health care bill will make a "tremendous difference for families, for seniors, for businesses and for the country as a whole," President Barack Obama said Monday.
Senate Democratic leaders basked in the victory for the landmark legislation that will insure 30 million more Americans. They looked ahead to the next make-or-break vote Tuesday morning. They snapped up a coveted endorsement from the American Medical Association and batted down Republican complaints about special deals lawmakers ...
Sheriff's deputies arrested a man who allegedly stole items from a Stevenson Ranch Wal-Mart and are still searching for a second suspected thief, officials said.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) - Monday is Winter Solstice. The good news is the hours of daylight are going to start getting longer.
Monday noon update:
The California Supreme Court denied the final appeal of the Las Lomas development on Dec. 17, 2009, upholding the lower court's ruling in favor of the city of Los Angeles.
Michael Wroblewski had only one request for Santa Claus this year.
The local domestic violence center has raised nearly $40,000 in grant funding that will allow it to bring back at least one crucial staff member laid off in November by the end of next year.
Newhall resident Kimberly Chambers planned to give her six children their very first Christmas.
Editor's note: This is the second in a 12-part series taking a look at 2009 news in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Along with heavy rains, February brought at least one ray of hope that the local economy would begin to rebound in 2009. City officials announced home sales in Santa Clarita have been increasing steadily over the last few years, thanks to cheaper home prices.
UPDATE 10:15 p.m. Monday:
Editor's note: This is first in a 12-part series taking a look at 2009 news in the Santa Clarita Valley.
It was less than a week before Christmas and the pile of presents beneath Anna Augenstein's tree looked slim.
Angie Flores, a registered nurse, and Coca Corcuera, a College of the Canyons nursing student, circled around an older man with a long beard who lay in a hospital bed.
In a two-hour closed-door session Tuesday, College of the Canyons trustees wrangled over a lawsuit against the Santa Clarita Community College District alleging violations of the California Voting Rights Act.
A joint sweep of Santa Clarita Valley street food vendors last week resulted in inspectors confiscating more than 10 food carts, sheriff's officials said.
Six Flags Magic Mountain's iconic roller coaster Colossus will close Aug. 16 after a 36-year run, officials at the Santa Clarita Valley theme park announced Tuesday.
Voter turnout appeared sluggish today at Santa Clarita Valley polling places as the 2014 primary election got under way.
After a month-long investigation into the stabbing of a father and son outside a Newhall bar, Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's detectives have arrested an affiliate of the outlawed Vagos Motorcycle Club on suspicion of attempted murder, a sheriff's spokesman said Tuesday.
A woman was injured and taken to the hospital Tuesday following a two-car traffic collision on Highway 14 near Golden Valley Road, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.
The first gubernatorial primary under California's new top-two system has evolved into a typical campaign between Republicans hoping to come in second, pitting a state lawmaker who is a tea party favorite against a socially moderate investment banker making his first run for public office.
Two Santa Clarita Valley teens injured in a late-night crash last weekend were resting at home Monday, a third was due to go home and a fourth was released, although it was unclear whether she went home or to another hospital, officials said.
Bank robbers used sticky mouse traps to try to catch themselves some loot recently through the slot of a Santa Clarita Valley bank night deposit box.
Persistent heckling from an audience member during a performance of "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" led to the shut-down of the production's remaining Santa Clarita Valley run.
A joint forces crackdown on Bouquet Canyon Road reckless drivers led to the arrest of two men identified as members of an illegal racing club, a spokesman for the California Highway Patrol said Monday.
It seemed a perfectly normal summer day July 29, 2013, as Melissa Urban of Castaic left work. Like many working moms, she still had plenty to do, starting with picking up her 17-month-old daughter, Kennedy, from child care, and later delivering dinner to her laid-up boss.
Behind the shutters and the boarded up windows of a house on Bernina Avenue in Canyon Country, now red-tagged with "No trespassing" stickers, lies the history of a man who devoted his life to helping the unfortunate.