West Ranch High School students who take Route 636 after school every day call it the "worm bus" - a 60-foot-long vehicle hinged in the middle so it can inch around corners.
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Four wheels and a piece of wood. That's the backbone of Craig Glover's life.
On the heels of a state study predicting California community colleges will see massive growth, College of the Canyons officials said this week they expect enrollment to skyrocket from its current 25,000 to more than 36,500 over the next eight years.
Thursday's public meeting on annexation in Castaic turned into a local version of Jeopardy as consultant Beverly Burr made repeated references to the popular game show.
Do you know what your city has been working over the last year?
Amateur skater Kevin Conway of Saugus attempted as many creative tricks he could think of in 15 minutes to set himself apart from dozens of other competitors.
Thursday, Sept. 24 11 a.m. update:
The Valley Industrial Association announced its endorsements for candidates vying for seats in three Nov. 3 elections.
An open forum is scheduled Oct. 8 for local public officials to discuss three governance choices on the November ballot for Stevenson Ranch, Westridge, Castaic and Tesoro.
"Julio," clad in baggy clothes and a knit cap, swaggered across the stage Wednesday, talking about his poor relationship with his father and the home he'd found in a gang.
A Saugus resident and a Valencia resident arrested earlier this week may be responsible for up to 30 burglaries in the Santa Clarita Valley since April, sheriff's detectives said Wednesday.
Local business owner Randy Winter stopped offering his employees health care last year because it became too expensive.
Pastor Ismael Estrada spent hours cleaning his ransacked Val Verde church Wednesday, wondering who smashed a window and stole instruments, speakers and cash offerings - and how his humble congregation is going to replace them.
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.