Canyon Country resident Ralph August Steger, 75, who struck and killed 14-year-old Wyatt Savaikie at a Saugus intersection in July 2015 received 60 days in jail and probation Monday, officials said.
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The family of Wyatt Savaikie has filed a lawsuit against the city of Santa Clarita, Los Angeles County, the state of California, SoCal Edison and the 74-year-old driver of the vehicle that allegedly killed the Saugus teen.
The family claims that a governmental body contributed to the...
[KHTS] – Funeral services for Wyatt Savaikie, the 14-year-old boy who was killed July 16 by a motorist at a Saugus intersection, will be held Saturday, July 25, at 11 a.m. at Real Life Church, 23841 Newhall Ranch Rd., Valencia.
“He was beautiful,” Wyatt’s mother, Teresa Savaikie, said in...
UPDATE: Friends and family of Wyatt Savaikie braved the rain in order to remember the him at a candlelight vigil Saturday evening at Santa Clarita Central Park, where the planned Concert in the Park was canceled to do inclement weather.
“I have people who have never met the family donating, and...
Wyatt Savaikie, 14, was identified as the person killed Thursday at Bouquet 7 Seco Canyon Road.
A suspect is still at large after leading police on a chase around the Valencia Town Center Thursday.
The final leg of the Special Olympics World Games Torch run came through town today.
A small brush fire...
You know as a reporter we cover stories of such variety, even here in Santa Clarita, but sometimes you get a story that hits so close to home it makes you step back and think: What is the real story?
On Thursday we here in Santa Clarita lost a gentle giant. I’m not talking about a tree or large animal;...
The skateboarder who was struck and killed by a vehicle at a Santa Clarita intersection Friday has been identified as 14-year-old Wyatt Savaikie, an incoming freshman at Valencia High School.
Savaikie was crossing the street with his skateboard when he was hit by a car, said Investigator McCracken of...
As part of his legislative package calling on accountability, transparency, and integrity in the state government's procurement process, Senator Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, announced Senate Bill 1271 (SB 1271) passed out of the Assembly Appropriations Committee on Aug. 11.
Princess Cruises today announced updated COVID-19 protocols and guidelines, removing the vaccine requirement for most voyages of less than 16 days so that anyone can cruise and adjusting pre-travel testing requirements to make it less complicated.
Historically, California has been the most wildfire prone state in the United States. In 2021, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, reported over 4,000 fires that burned 60,507 acres across the state.