A power outage in Newhall that left more than 2,400 customers in the dark for two hours last Saturday night was caused by an underground equipment failure, Southern California Edison administrators said.
A bicyclist suffered slight injuries Thursday morning after he rode his bike into a car in Castaic, causing minor damage to the vehicle, officials said.
Community-minded locals will team up with the Volunteer Center of Santa Clarita Valley as it hosts its annual Make a Difference Day on Saturday.
Steve Poizner, a Republican hopeful for governor of California, stopped in the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday to talk about economic recovery and sell his "10, 10, 10" plan.
Less than two weeks before Election Day, campaign signs mysteriously vanished from street corners.
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Teresa Ramos' children are depending on a total stranger to save their 64-year-old mother's life.
Eleven local businesses have been singled out for special recognition by the SCV Mayor's Committee for Employment of Individuals with Disabilities.
Students from Santa Clarita Valley elementary schools who walked and rode their bicycles to campus Wednesday were greeted with stickers and raffle tickets for a new bike.
Victor Torres, one of five candidates in the race for three open seats on the Castaic Union School District board election, has been endorsed by Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich in the Nov. 3 election.
A car crashed into a power pole Wednesday morning in Valencia. The pole fell, prompting authorities to close two lanes for hours, officials said.
Paul Strickland, the only incumbent in the William S. Hart Union High School District board election Nov. 3, has been endorsed by Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich, Senator Tony Strickland, Senator George Runner, Assemblyman Cameron Smyth and Assemblywoman Audra Strickland.
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.