Los Angeles County supervisors approved funds Tuesday to help restore Santa Clarita Valley water sources in the Angeles National Forest destroyed by the Powerhouse Fire.
Some of the water sources have needed restoration for years, after about six decades of use, officials said.
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A major portion of the Powerhouse Fire closure area in the Angeles National Forest has been lifted.
Seventeen months after the wildfire decimated more than 30,000 acres of land (47.2 square miles) and destroyed nearly 60 structures including 30 homes, part of the fire closure remains in effect, especially...
Details about the cause of the Powerhouse Fire are finally available, 14 months after the wildfire north of Santa Clarita destroyed nearly 30 homes and damaged 30 more.
Deputies arrested 22-year-old Branden Spencer of Canyon Country on residential burglary charges Tuesday morning.
Los Angeles County...
More details about the cause of the Powerhouse Fire became available Monday, 14 months after the wildfire north of Santa Clarita destroyed nearly 30 homes and damaged 30 more.
The report was released by USDA Forest Service officials after receiving a Freedom of Information Act Request.
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[KHTS] – More than one year after dozens lost their homes in the Powerhouse Fire last June, federal officials say the cause was what many suspected all along — downed power lines near a 96-year-old power plant Powerhouse No. 1.
[KHTS] – More than 100 Santa Clarita Valley residents and businesses have joined together in a lawsuit likely to seek at least $20 million from the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power over last year’s Powerhouse Fire, an attorney said Tuesday.
A lawsuit brought forth by the law offices...
Last year’s Powerhouse Fire burned 30,274 acres. Much of that acreage was in the Tule and Red Mountain areas of the Angeles National Forest. A smaller portion of Fish Canyon was also burned.
Tule, Red Mountain, Fish Canyon and Salt Creek are all Inventoried Roadless Areas that have been recently...
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Longtime Newhall resident, journalist and community volunteer Patti Rasmussen is appointed to the Santa Clarita Arts Commission; An upswing in robberies and property crimes in the unincorporated areas of the SCV has driven the overall crime rate up 11 percent this year.
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After nearly five hours of interviewing, Hart district board members chose Chris Fall as their appointee to fill a vacated board seat Wednesday; A Saugus man who’s been given the tongue in cheek nickname Casanova after being sentenced to a year behind bars for scamming women he met...
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Firefighters have reached 60 percent containment during the fifth day of the $2.5 million Powerhouse Fire; Federal dollars are on their way to reimburse firefighting expenses.
An alert citizen and quick-responding deputies teamed up to make a felony arrest after tracking down a...
Yair Haimoff, SIOR, and Andrew Ghassemi of Spectrum Commercial Real Estate, are pleased to have represented the seller in the recent sale of this ±4,828-square-foot office/flex condo in a prime Valencia location.
As the Santa Clarita Public Library takes a programming break to prepare for Fall programming in September, residents are reminded to take advantage of the wide variety of services and online resources available.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is cautioning residents who are planning to visit several Los Angeles County beaches near Dockweiler and El Segundo to be careful of swimming, surfing, and playing in ocean waters around discharging storm drains, creeks, and rivers.
The California Department of Public Health has updated their guidance for face coverings statewide, aligning it with the mandates that L.A. County and the CDC calling for the public to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a substitute motion authored by Kathryn Barger and Hilda L. Solis, in response to the proposed motion by Holly Mitchell and Shelia Kuehl that would move forward with the placement of youth realigned from the Department of Juvenile Justice and the L.A. County Probation system, specifically at Camps Scott and Scudder in Santa Clarita.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor Kathryn Barger and coauthored by Supervisor Hilda L. Solis to create a Blue Ribbon Commission on Homelessness to assess existing structures and systems and provide recommendations on reforms that will help Los Angeles County and its 88 cities solve homelessness.
The California State University announced Tuesday that it will require faculty, staff and students who are accessing campus facilities at any university location to be immunized against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.