The morning school routine felt different for many Saugus High School students Monday, upon their return to school classes for the first time since the deadly Nov. 14 shooting that left three dead and three others wounded.
“As we enter our campus today, we know that things will not be the same,”...
Firefighters kept a small fire in a Canyon Country condominium complex contained to a water heater closet on Sunday evening.
Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to reports of a residential fire on the 26200 block of Rainbow Glen Drive just before 6 p.m., according to Supervisor Bernard...
Over the past couple of days, many may have seen a low flying blue-and-red helicopter in the Saugus area.
The helicopter is a contractor for Southern California Edison checking power lines across the Santa Clarita Valley, according to Edison officials.
“They are taking video footage of the power lines...
Small businesses across the Santa Clarita Valley are expected to participate in the 10th annual Small Business Saturday this weekend.
“As a ‘Neighborhood Champion,’ the SCV Chamber’s goal is to ensure our local businesses throughout Santa Clarita thrive,” said John Musella, partner at Evolve...
For the 20th year, the city of Santa Clarita hosted its annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner on Monday at the Newhall Community Center.
More than 400 attended the event for the traditional Thanksgiving dinner, complete with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce and dessert.
“We put this...
Another T.J. Maxx is coming to Canyon Country to replace the Bed Bath & Beyond that closed its doors in September, according to city officials.
This will be the Santa Clarita Valley’s third T.J. Maxx location, and the second in Canyon Country.
The locale, located within The Plaza at Golden Valley...
Approximately 700 friends and family gathered Sunday to celebrate the life of Dominic Michael Blackwell, the 14-year-old Saugus High student who was shot and killed Nov. 14.
Gene Hall, Blackwell’s grandfather, began by defining tragedy as an event causing great suffering, destruction and distress.
“Water won’t free-flow … you need electricity to power it, so without any electricity, we don’t have water,” said David Lamon, a 10-year resident of Husk Avenue, just off Baker Canyon, who lost his home during the Tick Fire.
When there’s a power outage in a typical residential neighborhood,...
Thousands gathered in Central Park Sunday night for a vigil to remember the lives lost in the Saugus High School shooting, and reuniting in their grief, they shared a message.
“We will be OK,” Saugus High ASB president Andrei Mojica, 17, said. “We are resilient, we are courageous, we are loving...
Emile “Knute” Pourroy, a former member of the Santa Clarita Valley Search & Rescue Team, died Oct. 27 at the age of 61 after a two-and-a-half-year battle with brain cancer.
Pourroy served as a volunteer reserve deputy for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department for 27 years, serving many...
With the new year just around the corner, the Santa Clarita City Council and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors each approved their 2020 state legislative agenda, highlighting priorities ranging from supporting infrastructure legislation to homeless services efforts.
Los Angeles County will only buy cars from automakers that comply with California’s clean air laws, joining the state’s boycott of companies like General Motors and Toyota that have sided with the Trump administration in the high-profile bout over emissions standards.
The Santa Clarita Valley Youth Orchestra will present a free concert by SCVYO's Guitar Orchestra in the Choir Room at Pico Canyon Hall, located on the College of the Canyons' Valencia campus, on Saturday, December 14 beginning at 7 p.m.
The Los Angeles County CEO’s office unveiled an interactive GIS mapping tool on Tuesday created to show the locations of the county's homeless population juxtaposed with the availability of existing and projected homeless housing resources.
The nonprofit Family Promise of the Santa Clarita Valley is seeking donations of supplies, toys, gift cards and more to be given to low-income and/or homeless families during a Holiday Shopping event at Valencia United Methodist Church on Saturday, December 14 from 9 a.m. to noon.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved College of the Canyons’ $31 million general obligation bond refund Tuesday, saving taxpayers $8.3 million over the next 23 years, according to COC.
The Rancho Camulos Museum invites local history fans and aficionados to experience a faithful reenactment of the January 23, 1882 visit by best-selling author Helen Hunt Jackson on Saturday, January 25, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Citing the uncertainty about the company ever mining in Soledad Canyon, state water officials have put the Cemex request for water on hold, according to a letter sent by state officials to State Sen. Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, who had inquired about the company’s water application.
Recent California voter registration figures show that Republican congressional candidates vying to take back their seats from Democrats, including in the 25th Congressional District, might not be facing an easy feat.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies arrested a woman who was allegedly recognized by loss-prevention staff on suspicion of possible prior thefts at the Walmart on The Old Road in Stevenson Ranch, officials said Tuesday.
California State University, Northridge chemistry professor Gagik Melikyan has been elected as an American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Fellow – a recognition given to AAAS members who contribute to the advancement of science and technology.
Hart High School alumnus Derek Waldeck felt a little extra motivation entering his fourth year as a midfielder for the Stanford University men’s soccer team. Not only because it would be his final collegiate season playing for the team, but because of how the previous campaign ended.
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