By Amanda Gamsu Santa Clarita students have more job opportunities than they realize, especially in high-profile, high-paying industries like entertainment and technology. The city isn’t just a quiet hometown- it’s…
Amid allegations of sexual harassment against fellow Republican, 38th California District Assembly candidate, Dante Acosta, US House Rep. Steve Knight drew support from House Speaker Paul Ryan with an early…
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.
Imagine your child never telling you he loves you, and may not be able to be an independent adult. Staring into space, plugging your ears, knocking over household objects. These are some of the characteristics of autism.
Is studying at home unbearable? Does the school library make you fall asleep while studying for your Chemistry final? Our own Megan Trawick scoured through the Santa Clarita Valley to find the best places in town for you and your study group.
At first look, the city of Santa Clarita appears to have been built in the middle of what was recently just wilderness. The city has been shaped from nothing but open plains and empty fields to clusters of malls and family residences in less than 50 years.
A 4.2 magnitude earthquake struck near Santa Clarita early Saturday night at around 7:18 p.m. The tremor was initially recorded at 4.5 on the Richter scale before being downgraded just 20 minutes later.