Richard Cook during a taping of SCVTV’s “Newsmaker of the Week” program shot at JPL prior to the launch of the Curiosity rover.
Canyon Country resident Richard Cook is one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
This, according to TIME magazine, which released its 2013 list...
[Flextronics] – The NASA Curiosity rover began to explore its new home on Mars this week due in part to electronic assemblies manufactured by Flextronics. The microelectronics assemblies, built at the Company’s facility in Valencia, California, integrate into 47 actuators that perform mobility...
Gene Bonfiglio of Canyon Country performed tests on Curiosity’s unique landing system.
In the same way Allyson Felix, Lashinda Demus and other top Santa Clarita athletes are making the London Olympics a “local” story, so do the rocket men and women of the Santa Clarita Valley make mankind’s...
The College of the Canyons Canyon Country campus will host its bi-annual Star Party this May, with all community members invited to visit the campus and view the stars — along with Saturn, the moon and Mars.
The spring semester Star Party will take place from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Friday, May 4, in the Canyon...
In this episode:
Sheriff patrol deputies getting new mobile communications system; Water rates going up in Val Verde and Acton; Supervisors to consider education program for probationers.
Also: Cell phone saves the lives of two hunters in Piru; SCV residents who designed & built the Mars Science...
Saturday’s launch of the newest and biggest Mars rover had special meaning for some Santa Clarita Valley residents who built and designed it, and now are responsible for flying the spacecraft to the red planet and ultimately landing it there.
“It’s been a great day. The launch went very,...
Presently, convalescent plasma, remdesivir and IL-6 seem to improve patient status positively, and the government pays for experimental use. Apparently, if hospitals don’t use these treatments, they still get paid.
At a community vigil Friday, Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore, a Santa Clarita Valley resident, characterized police brutality and racism as viruses, but thousands of protesters who swarmed the vigil challenged the lack of accountability for officers who attacked peaceful protesters.
California will permit schools, bars, gyms, hotels and other facilities to reopen, and music, television and film production to resume with certain restrictions starting June 12 in locations that meet state criteria for COVID-19 containment and preparedness.
After hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets in Santa Clarita on Thursday, about 100 took a knee outside City Hall on Friday to support the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minnesota.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond will release the California Department of Education’s guidance document, “Stronger Together: A Guidebook for the Safe Reopening of California’s Public Schools,” on Monday, June 8.
As a teenager, my father took me to Metropolitan State Mental Hospital several times, not for admission, but to learn how mental health affected his clients. Knowing my interest in medicine, he felt it was an opportunity to put my feet in someone else’s shoes.
A rumored protest in the Santa Clarita Valley became a reality Thursday, as an estimated 800 people marched, loudly chanting George Floyd’s name and “Black Lives Matter,” only to conclude serenely outside the SCV Sheriff’s Station.
Spearheading the many marches and messages through megaphones in the name of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement in the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday were some of the community’s very own students.
The Civilian Oversight Commission for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department issued a statement Thursday, in the wake of the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis May 25 and subsequent protests nationwide including Los Angeles County and Santa Clarita.
William S. Hart Union High School District sent an email to parents regarding a social media post by a former Saugus High School volunteer football coach, in which "target practice" was mentioned in reference to the Santa Clarita protest Thursday.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health confirmed Thursday 1,469 new cases of COVID-19 and 44 new deaths due to the virus countywide, and a total of 1,874 cases reported in the Santa Clarita Valley since the pandemic began, 117 more than reported Wednesday.
In light of the peaceful protests we have seen today in our City, and in consultation with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the City of Santa Clarita is rescinding the curfew for this evening. There will be no curfew tonight in #SantaClarita.
After several hundred protesters gathered for what had been a peaceful afternoon demonstration Thursday, law enforcement officials cleared a corner at Valencia Boulevard and McBean Parkway in response to a report of a possible safety hazard.
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