President Donald Trump today announced the next recipient of a presidential pardon. For the first time in history, the recipient is a Santa Clarita resident.
As the COVID-19 crisis worsens in California and LA County, Santa Clarita City leaders have taken the bold step to prepare for this unprecedented, mass-casualty
Local protesters have now occupied the William S. Hart Regional Park and adjoining museum demanding an end to systemic racism and poor living conditions in
After being inundated with 911 calls by frightened residents, the Sheriff’s Department issued an advisory message to residents to help them through this trying time
A local man who was diagnosed as suffering from Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS) recently alerted his medical team of his miraculous recovery. Henry Mayo medical
City leaders today announced a unanimous, affirmative vote on a resolution proposed by Councilman Bob Kellar to establish Santa Clarita as a sanctuary city to
The Santa Clarita City Council has unanimously approved a resolution to poll Santa Clarita residents to determine the level of interest in a purge event.
After many years of effort to secure a stable convention business to grow the local economy, the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce has successfully landed
Citing the need for education to be freely available for all in the community, College of the Canyons has just announced the opening of the
Citing the need for more community outreach to prevent small health problems from turning into costly and urgent health care emergencies, the Henry Mayo Hospital