The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA) is proud to announce the launch of its new website. Going live early this morning, the website completes the agency’s rebranding which first began in 2019, when it underwent a name change and adopted a new logo. This last component of the rebrand...
The city of Santa Clarita’s Housing department is in the process of developing a new five-year Consolidated Plan, and is seeking public input on housing and community development in Santa Clarita.
The Housing and Community Development Needs survey, which will be used by the City when applying for federal...
Representative Steve Knight (CA-25) led a hearing on Thursday that reviewed federal programs that assist women, veterans, and other individuals that intend to develop a small business.
The Small Business Administration offers outreach and technical assistance to small businesses through Entrepreneurial...
Los Angeles County is one of the most diverse counties in the country and the Sheriff’s Department is committed to equally protecting the rights of every member of the community regardless of their race, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical disability, mental disability, or gender.
LOS ANGELES (CN) — Kevin Eduardo Cataneo Salazar, the man accused of shooting to death Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer, appeared in court for the first time on Wednesday and pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity.
A Santa Monica man has agreed to plead guilty to breaking federal law by allowing his cryptocurrency-cash exchange company to help scammers and drug traffickers launder millions of dollars in criminal proceeds through his business, including Bitcoin kiosks in Santa Clarita, the Justice Department announced Wednesday.
The Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs in the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs is expanding the Capacity-Strengthening for Immigrant-Focused Community-Based Organizations grant program funded by Los Angeles County’s American Rescue Plan allocation.
Nearly 50 students from the Roybal Film and Television Production Magnet will learn how to turn their Hollywood dreams into reality when they visit California State University, Northridge’s film program on Tuesday, Sept 26.