Public Health reports 11 new cases in SCV

Los Angeles County Department of Public Health officials released the following updated COVID-19 statistics Saturday:  New COVID-19 cases reported in L.A. County in the past

Wilk learning loss bill clears first Senate committee

The California Senate Education Committee unanimously approved Wednesday a bill that would mandate school districts offer students additional supports to address learning loss in the 2021-22 school year if a parent requests to retain their student in their current grade

FPPC fines COC Foundation $5,500 for late campaign filings

The California Fair Political Practices Commission, or FPPC, fined the College of the Canyons Foundation $5,500 Thursday morning for not filing in a timely fashion three 24-hour contribution reports and a major donor campaign

City Council approves Henry Mayo expansion

The Santa Clarita City Council unanimously approved Tuesday a Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital expansion plan, following a public hearing with protest from members of a local carpenters union and calls by community members to

Fire department airlifts one year old

A helicopter airlifted a 1-year-old child who had suffered a seizure on Placerview Trail in Saugus Saturday afternoon.  Paramedics arrived on the scene at 5:03 p.m. and called in a helicopter to transport

SCV vaccination rate moves up 5%

Just over 37% of Santa Clarita Valley residents 16 and older have received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine, according to data through April 4 published by

Council to weigh hospital expansion proposal

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital will present to the Santa Clarita City Council Tuesday its request to expand hospital facilities by 200,000 square feet. Planning commissioners unanimously approved the expansion in March.   The hospital’s

Laemmle officially opens in Old Town Newhall

Nearly 100 people gathered in front of the highly anticipated Laemmle 7 in Newhall to officially open the theater to the Santa Clarita Valley community. Guests were welcomed by the sight of a table filled with theater popcorn,

Judge halts Centennial development project in Tejon Ranch

A judge’s ruling this week dealt a setback to the Tejon Ranch Co.’s proposed 19,000-unit Centennial development project in the upper northwest corner of Los Angeles County.   Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff ‘s decision