Air quality Friday will be unhealthy for sensitive individuals in the Santa Clarita Valley, Los Angeles County mountain areas, the San Gabriel Valley, the San Fernando Valley and southwest Los Angeles and unhealthy for all individuals in the East San Gabriel Valley, according to an alert Thursday from...
Air quality is unhealthy for sensitive people in the Santa Clarita Valley on Monday, according to an advisory from the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
The alert also applies to sensitive individuals in the Antelope Valley, the East San Fernando Valley, South San Gabriel Valley and the Los...
On top of the heat alert called by county health officials for the Santa Clarita Valley, the air quality will also be unhealthy for sensitive people in the SCV on Tuesday, according to an advisory from the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
The bad air alert also applies to the East San Gabriel...
Due to the amazing generosity of a local resident, the Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative has been chosen to preside over the selection of a local veteran who is to receive full title to a family residence in the near-in portion of the Canyon Country area.
Thanks to the efforts of California Senator Scott Wilk and Assemblywoman Christy Smith, College of the Canyons received $397,000 in state funding necessary to begin planning much-needed renovations to Boykin Hall.
Governor Gavin Newsom has signed Senate Bill 153 into law, ensuring California law is in full compliance with changes to federal law regarding the cultivation of industrial hemp, Senator Scott Wilk, 21st Senate District representative and the bill's author announced Monday.
Building on the state’s efforts to support its immigrant communities, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a package of bills on Saturday to help foster a more inclusive state and create new opportunities for immigrants to contribute to our society.
Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Inc. has announced the unfortunate cancellation of its 17th Annual Duck Dash - Rubber Ducky Festival on Saturday due to the rapidly growing fires and poor air quality.
As firefighters continued to battle the Saddleridge Fire from Sylmar to Reseda, a brush fire sparked by a car fire in the Newhall Pass diverted some of their attention on Sierra Highway close to where Highway 14 and Interstate 5 meet.
The wind-blown Saddleridge fire quickly grew from 15-20 acres to more than 4,700 acres — with zero percent containment — Thursday night into Friday morning, prompting evacuations in the Sylmar, Granada Hills and Porter Ranch areas as an unknown number of homes burned overnight.