n When: 5 p.m. closed session, 6:30 p.m. open session today
The Grapevine section of Interstate 5 reopened at 4 p.m. escorting traffic in both directions, according to a California Highway Patrol officer.
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A fierce Pacific storm is expected to pound the Santa Clarita Valley through tonight with intense rainfall, wind gusts and possibly a thunderstorm, according to the National Weather Service.
Foreclosures and job losses are causing high levels of stress for students who fear getting yanked out of their schools because of their families' economic situation.
There was a time when John Haskell and his hogs had the run of this place. In 1890, the Haskell Ranch stretched across 800 hilly acres south of what is now the Angeles National Forest. He and his neighbors, the Agajanians, found living in the valley - now called Haskell Canyon Ranch - a comfortable place to raise their families and a profitable place to raise hogs. Now, 120 years later, close to 200 families ...
Nine-year-old Andy Ramirez and his brother Marco once cheered for pro soccer player Lawson Vaughn from the stands of a stadium, and on Sunday Vaughn showed up at a Saugus soccer game to return the cheer.
City officials are bringing their long-term vision back into focus Tuesday with a study session on the updated general plan being shaped by Santa Clarita and Los Angeles County.
In January 2008, Charter College in Canyon Country counted 80 students. By January 2009, that number swelled to 311 students as the economy saw a significant slowdown, prompting many to hit the books to pick up new skills. "When jobs are slow, the school really does well because we primarily focus on careers in the health field and those careers don't experience as much as a slowdown," said Raelene Vanek, president of Charter College's Canyon ...
The panel that oversees the city's open space purchases meets Tuesday for a review of 2008 activity.
Last summer, administrators at the William S. Hart Union High School District predicted their budget shortfall through June 30, 2011, would be $6 million.
Mira Tijerin, of San Diego, was pronounced dead early Saturday at a collision scene after she lost control of her Nissan pick-up and rolled 300 feet down an embankment off northbound Interstate-5 about 30 minutes north of Santa Clarita.
Children went from ride to ride-hollering on the mini-roller coaster Alligator Alley, scanning the scenery from the ferris wheel-like Zipper or lifting their hands on the electronic swings Saturday at a Valencia carnival. They played games like Ring A Duck and Turtle Creek with stuffed animal prizes.
Arlien Hopwood had no idea she was dying 16 years ago. "I went out running one day and after a few house lengths, I just couldn't run anymore," she said. After first being diagnosed with asthma, Hopwood was eventually diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, which causes the airways of the lungs to narrow and gets progressively worse over time. The same disease claimed the lives of her mother and grandmother. "Everything was a struggle, ...
The Castaic Union School District faces a $2 million slice to the 2009-10 budget, and the option of laying off 30 full-time employees doesn't sit well with school officials.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley have several options Wednesday to mark the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Of eight homeless service zones in Los Angeles County, the one that encompasses the Santa Clarita Valley has the second-highest growth in those who have no place to live, according to numbers recently released by county officials.
Three decades after the Canyon Cowboys won the school's first CIF title, former head coach Harry Welch and members of the 1983 CIF Northwestern Conference championship team reunited on the Cowboys' field Saturday at Canyon High School.
With the status of its permanent new home still uncertain, the long-awaited elementary school for the Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences will use temporary facilities in Acton and Agua Dulce on its first day of classes Monday.