County supervisors alarmed last week over a report revealing how often kids are being pepper sprayed when they’re placed in juvenile halls considered a motion Tuesday to phase out use of the debilitating spray in those facilities.
The item was continued and is expected to be addressed at a later date.
The Probation Reform and Implementation Team met Wednesday to discuss a new mission and vision for the nation’s largest Probation Department, as well as to consider an organizational structure that supports separate adult and juvenile probation operations in Los Angeles County.
It was the third in...
The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to look into reforming how Los Angeles County provides legal counsel to those in the juvenile justice system.
When children and teenagers cannot afford an attorney, the County provides a public defender. If there is a conflict – such as when the public defender...
Los Angeles County’s budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2014-15 is now available for review online.
The proposal, totaling $26.054 billion, was released by the Chief Executive Office officials on Monday.
Of that $26 billion, 30 percent, or $7.787 billion, will go towards health; 27 percent, or $7.078...
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors agreed to transfer property tax revenues to the city of Santa Clarita pending the annexations of two unincorporated areas.
The decision now goes to the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) who will ultimately approve or deny the annexations of a 69-acre...
Hundreds of local, older adults could not break bread together this year for the annual Thanksgiving feast at the Bella Vida Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, but many still showed, some even dressed up for a drive-thru version Thursday.
Zonta International’s “16 days of Activism” is held annually from Nov. 25 - Dec. 10. Since 2016, Zonta Club of Santa Clarita Valley has participated in the annual "Zonta Says NO to Violence Against Women" campaign in collaboration with the Child and Family Center.
On Monday, Nov. 30, College of the Canyons will host a virtual soft opening of its Multicultural Center, which will provide safe and brave spaces for historically minoritized and marginalized groups on campus with the goal of increased diversity, equity and inclusion throughout the college’s fabric.
Travel through the seven levels of the Candy Cane Forest, past the sea of twirly-swirly gum drops and into a month of non-stop fun and entertainment with the city of Santa Clarita’s virtual events in December.
While local health care officials have been asking for the community’s help in creating personal protective equipment since the onset of the pandemic, now the message is simpler: Abide by public health guidelines.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Wednesday reported 49 new deaths and 4,311 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 countywide since Tuesday, including 96 new cases in the Santa Clarita Valley, as Henry Mayo on Wednesday afternoon reported its second death this week.
In response to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors' 3-2 vote Tuesday allowing further COVID-19-related closures to take effect Wednesday, Supervisor Kathryn Barger is calling for $10 million in federal CARES Act funding to be repurposed to aid impacted local businesses.
After declaring himself the winner of the 25th Congressional District or CA-25 race last week, Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, continued his less-than-1% lead over opponent Assemblywoman Christy Smith, D-Santa Clarita, after a Tuesday vote count update.
More than 130 California death row inmates received more than $400,000 in unemployment checks meant to help people during the pandemic — and they were not alone, according to prosecutors who announced the massive fraud scheme Tuesday.
A chilly Thanksgiving is in store for the Santa Clarita Valley as a cold-weather alert will be in effect Thursday and Friday due to National Weather Service forecasts of wind chill temperatures below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.