Prosecutors today charged a 26-year-old North Hollywood man with murder in the death of a woman who allegedly fell from a moving vehicle last week onto the eastbound Foothill Freeway, according to a spokeswoman with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.
This September, the Santa Clarita Public Library will host the 2nd Annual Science in September series Wild-life! Predators, Parasites and Partners for homeschooled students.
A California company that designs and builds skateboard parks has agreed to settle an antitrust lawsuit alleging the company tried to unfairly win a city contract to build a skate park at Hansen Dam in the San Fernando Valley, the District Attorney's Office announced today.
The month of September is National Preparedness Month and to help residents prepare and plan for emergency situations, the City of Santa Clarita is hosting two informational workshops.
When flames sweep into a neighborhood, residents care little which firefighting agency responds, as long as it's there to save lives and homes.
Three people were injured and taken to the hospital Monday morning following a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 near Gavin Canyon where highway construction is underway, according to fire and law enforcement officials.
More than 350 people trying to beat the heat made a big splash at the Santa Clarita Aquatics Center on Labor Day, with one Santa Monica family choosing the center over the beach.
A Laguna Niguel couple got some welcomed media attention Labor Day as they search for their missing son, Bryce Laspisa, who apparently crashed his 2003 Toyota Highlander SUV near the Castaic Lake Main Boat Ramp early Friday morning.
New fields are coming to Central Park in Saugus after the city agreed to allocate the green necessary to complete the project.
Mark your calendars: The deadline to register to participate in the annual effort to spruce up the Santa Clara River is fast approaching.
Bullets don't have to be fired from a gun to kill California Condors, a group of bird lovers learned Sunday.
As devastating as it may be for local residents, every earthquake provides scientists with a wealth of new information about faults, ground movement and the reactions it causes.
Some Santa Clarita Valley residents spent much of their Labor Day Sunday helping a Laguna Niguel couple search for their missing son after his crashed SUV was found at the bottom of a 15-foot ravine near Castaic Lake Main Boat Ramp early Friday morning.
Jan. 18, 1862: Heavy rainfall washes out the cement-walled road through the Newhall Pass, stranding the Santa Clarita Valley without access to the south.
The summer season is winding down at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, with the water park set to cease weekday operation after Labor Day.
About 35 people turned out Saturday at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Valencia to learn more about the Affordable Care Act and Covered California - the state's health insurance exchange.
The skies may have been clear and the sun may have been bright, but Saturday was still a snow day at the Santa Clarita Valley Family YMCA.
Three people were transported to the hospital this morning following a rollover crash, according to officials.