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Santa Clarita prepares for El Niño

El Nino” gets tossed around a lot nowadays. But how many people actually know what it is and how it could potentially impact Southern California?

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Set up on Wakefield Courts Winter Wonderland

Year after year, Wakefield Court homeowners come together to decorate their street, as a full-blown holiday must see. Located in Saugus, this street if filled with bright lights, festive decorations, music, and laughter. Residents on Wakefield Court gear up earlier than most people for the Christmas season. Starting in early November, holiday lights are all […]

Landslides buckle portion of Vasquez Canyon Road

After closing Thursday night due to buckled pavement, Vasquez Canyon Road has transformed into something never seen before. A small portion of the road had been entirely uplifted Friday afternoon due to a landslide from an adjacent hill. The road has now become physically impassable, all while the hillside next to it continues to move. “The […]

Valencia High School student on road to 2016 Olympics

Stephanie Gutierrez, 17, a senior at Valencia High School, was born to be a trap shooter.

Who is Nick Moore?

His last name alone brings unexpected pressures from his team, family, and friends.

Thousands turn out for Santa Clarita Marathon

Over 5,000 people turned out to Valencia to participate in the 2015 Santa Clarita Marathon Sunday.  The event featured several race options available to the runners, including a 5k and a half-marathon. The first runner to cross the finish line in the full-length marathon was Saugus High School alumni Brandon Jauregui, 24, with a time of two […]

Evening of Remembrance reaches its 10th anniversary at Santa Clarita Youth Grove

More than 100 Santa Clarita residents, including mayor Marsha McLean, took part in the 10th annual Evening of Remembrance held at the Youth Grove in Central Park. October 14th marked the anniversary, where friends and families paid tribute to those who lost their lives before the age of 24 in traffic-related incidents. The 10th anniversary […]

Compulsive Eaters Anonymous provides help for struggling food addicts

When most people think of addiction, some of the first things that come to mind are drugs and alcohol. But addiction can take many forms, even in the form of something seemingly harmless like food.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This October marks the 20th anniversary of National Breast Cancer Awareness month and the Santa Clarita Valley has plenty of opportunities for you to get involved and help raise financial hope for those fighting this deadly disease.