Suddenly, it's cool. In a matter of days, the Santa Clarita Valley has seen a transformation from summer-like 90-degree highs to cool, cloudy conditions. This change is the result of the presence of a strong area of low atmospheric pressure covering Southern California. Zones of high and low pressures typically move in a pattern from the west to the east, said John Makevich, a College of the Canyons instructor who specializes in earth science and ...
As Castaic drivers adjust to the new traffic circle in their community along The Old Road at the Hasley Canyon Road overpass, one road warrior worries bicyclists might have a tough time.
Vasquez High School became the scene of a realistic demonstration Thursday when the school hosted its "Every 15 Minutes" program to show students the consequences of drinking and driving.
The Hart School District, SCV School and Business Alliance, and College of the Canyons are among the sponsors of SCV's second Annual Discovering Careers program.
Celebrate the Week of the Young Child 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 25 at the Valencia campus of College of the Canyons, which will be free and feature age-appropriate activities. Free. Info: Wendy Ruiz (661) 362-3510 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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An ambitious 21-point economic development plan drawn up as a response to the faltering national economy and decreased local sales tax revenue will be presented to the city council Tuesday.
Local sanitation department officials have been told by the state that they must clean up a mess the state helped create, a Sanitation Districts official said.
Concerns over possible tainted bottles of water sent La Mesa Junior High School students to the hospital Thursday.
Mongols and Vagos. Not familiar with those two outlaw motorcycle gangs? They're at least two reasons local lawmen are concerned about the future of a local restaurant's ability to host its weekly "bike night." For the better part of the past decade, Route 66 Classic Grill in Canyon Country has hosted a Wednesday bike night, drawing several hundred motorcyclists every week between April and October. While a live band rocks out in the parking lot, ...
City Manager Ken Pulskamp is hoping the City Council signs off Tuesday on a sweeping 21-point economic development plan drawn up as a response to the faltering national economy and lower local sales-tax revenue.
The Santa Clarita Assembly of the Knights of Columbus will host its fifth annual golf tournament in memory of Jack Dunn Friday, April 24, at 12 p.m. to benefit the Wildland Firefighter Foundation.
Commuters who rely on Metrolink for transportation could soon be faced with an increase in fares. The board that oversees Metrolink will vote on whether to strap riders with a 4.5-percent fare increase on Friday.
Saugus Union School District will delay the opening of West Creek Elementary School until at least July 2010 because of a projected low enrollment for the nearly completed school, district officials said Wednesday. "For us to be fiscally responsible, we need to have a minimum amount of students in that area," said Judy Umeck, board president.
His first words were, "I do it." That can-do sentiment marks the way Cameron Lutges, 7, approaches life in spite of his physical challenges.
Santa Clarita representatives and federal legislators testified Wednesday before a U.S. Senate sub-committee in the nation's capital in support for the most recent bill that would prevent development of the massive Cemex sand and gravel mine in Soledad Canyon.
A Caltrans worker was injured and taken to the hospital Wednesday following a two-truck collision on Interstate 5 just south of the Highway 126 overpass, fire and law enforcement officials said.
SANTA CLARITA-The College of the Canyons Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) program will be accepting applications for the fall 2014 semester until Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
All the photos of the smiling couple on display Tuesday at Real Life Church - riding dirt bikes, swimming, tossing a baseball and riding horses - reminded hundreds of friends that the funeral service was a celebration of life.
Featuring expanded days of operation, Santa Clarita's homeless shelter is set to open Monday, according to officials.
County supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a contract for the Sheriff's Department to provide security at the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park for another five years.
Readmond Memorial to be Unveiled tomorrow at Vasquez Rocks Interpretive Center
Assemblyman Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, is hosting a series of meetings geared at giving residents the opportunity to share their thoughts and concerns about legislative issues.
The California State Sheriffs' Association Foundation (CSSAF) has recently been advised that citizens have received suspicious phone calls that appear to be coming from our number 916.375.8000. If you receive any suspicious calls DO NOT give out any personal information, such as social security number, bank account numbers, etc., and report these calls to your local law enforcement agency immediately.
SANTA CLARITA - Golden Valley High sophomore Elisa Pierre is a myth destroyer.
A Canyon Country businessman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill his wife pleaded not guilty today to a charge of attempted murder, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said.
DALLAS (AP) - Today's kids can't keep up with their parents. An analysis of studies on millions of children around the world finds they don't run as fast or as far as their parents did when they were young.
Santa Clarita's nonprofit sister cities program is getting involved in Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts, organizers said Monday, accepting checks or cash donations to provide medical supplies in the Philippines' hardest-hit area.
Family and friends of Nicole Lynn Hoffman and Robert Corona Jr., who were killed more than a week ago in a traffic collision, say they are expecting scores of well-wishers at a funeral service scheduled for the couple Tuesday.
Environmental inspectors have determined the Saugus Speedway property, which abuts the contaminated Whittaker-Bermite land, has been satisfactorily cleaned up and is approved for its current use, a state official said Monday.