Santa Clarita Valley residents can expect frosty weather and more storms this week, weather officials said today.
WASHINGTON (AP) - After days of secret talks, Senate Democrats tentatively agreed Tuesday night to drop a government-run insurance option from sweeping health care legislation, several officials said, a concession to party moderates whose votes are critical to passage of President Barack Obama's top domestic priority.
In its place, officials said Democrats had tentatively settled on a private insurance arrangement to be supervised by the federal agency that oversees the system through which lawmakers purchase coverage.
Two men accused of being involved in an auto-theft ring in Canyon Country earlier were sentenced today after they accepted plea deals from prosecutors in October, officials said.
A third defendant is scheduled to face trial, officials added.
A man and a woman suspected are due in court in Santa Clarita today after allegedly snatching a purse and leading deputies on a search in Canyon Country on Sunday, officials said.
Local low-income adults and children will receive free computers and toys from the Santa Clarita Valley Service Center Wednesday, authorities said.
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A Sunland man is due in court today after he allegedly kidnapped a Saugus woman he was dating and drove her around for several hours against her will over the weekend, authorities said.
Severe budget cuts to the Hart district have led officials to consider starting a fundraising nonprofit to pay for academic programs and cutting up to a week off of the school year.
Nine goats and two sheep evicted from Six Flags Magic Mountain found a new home at an Acton animal sanctuary Monday.
A storm pounded the Santa Clarita Valley on Monday, dumping nearly an inch of rain on the area and bringing snow to the surrounding mountains, prompting officials to close the Grapevine.
Vasquez Canyon Road will be closed Tuesday for several hours for construction, officials said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Obama administration took a major step Monday toward imposing the first federal limits on climate-changing pollution from cars, power plants and factories, declaring there was compelling scientific evidence that global warming from man-made greenhouse gases endangers Americans' health.
The announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency was clearly timed to build momentum toward an agreement at the international conference on climate change that opened Monday in Copenhagen, Denmark. It signaled the administration was prepared to push ahead for significant controls in the U.S. if Congress doesn't act first on its own.
A Canyon Country man accused of killing a bicyclist while driving drunk is scheduled to appear in court Thursday for a preliminary hearing in his vehicular manslaughter and murder case.
The City Council will decide whether to add $10 million to this year's budget at Tuesday's meeting.
Kristi Meharg drove from her Arizona home to California to make sure she'd be at the Placerita Nature Center the next morning.
SACRAMENTO – Yesterday afternoon Governor Brown signed two bills by Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R- Santa Clarita:
This skipper butterfly shares characteristics of both moths and butterflies, with a body, wings and antennae more like the former.
The California Supreme Court has declined to review of Palmdale's California Voting Rights Act case, though officials from the Antelope Valley city say they will continue to appeal the matter.
A couple depicted in a selfie that turned up in a burglary victim's cloud database took the photo on a cellphone bought at a San Fernando swap meet, the man in the picture told Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station detectives Thursday.
A Valencia man has been ordered to stand trial on a charge he shot a woman in the eye with a BB gun during a road rage incident in May. a District Attorney's Office spokeswoman said Thursday.
More than two years after they were arrested and charged with second-degree murder for the death of a friend while they were street racing on Sand Canyon Road, two young Canyon Country men pleaded no contest Thursday to lesser charges of vehicular manslaughter.
A retired sheriff's deputy accused of illegally firing his gun after neighborhood kids played a "ding dong ditch" prank on him received a probationary sentence Thursday after pleading no contest to the misdemeanor charge against him.
Family night at the cinema is practically an American tradition, but when the movie is shown on a big inflatable screen set up on the grass of a tree-covered park, the experience takes on a whole new dimension.
A statewide school facilities bond will not be on the November ballot due to a lack of support from the governor, its sponsors said this week.
SACRAMENTO – The California Senate gave final, unanimous approval Thursday to a bill by Senator Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) to protect children from domestic abusers during court proceedings and after offenders are released from prison or jail. The vote came a day after the measure was approved 78-0 by the Assembly.
Several hundred people gathered at Saugus High School Wednesday night to memorialize 17-year-old Jennifer Stift.
Sheriff's detectives investigating a residential burglary at a Santa Clarita Valley home are asking the public's help in identifying two "persons of interest" depicted in selfie photographs discovered by the victim.
Progress continues on the project to widen the McBean Parkway Bridge in Santa Clarita near the Valencia Post Office, officials said Wednesday.
Escalating U.S. Forest Service firefighting costs have forced cutbacks in other services provided by the agency, curbing recreation, maintenance and conservation efforts nationwide, says a report released Wednesday.
Reports of possible gunfire near a Newhall elementary school prompted a brief school lockdown and road closure Wednesday morning, but the all-clear was sounded within 10-15 minutes, officials said.