Though Myron Sproul has now been retired longer than he worked, he still has many fond memories of his 30-year career as an educator here
Santa Clarita Valley’s top cop keeps on the wall by his desk a laminated poster the size of a dinner placemat that bears the face of every person who has died of a drug overdose in the SCV.
It may seem like the millions of stars and constellations that light up the night sky are undetectable without the proper equipment, but local astronomy experts say the colorful nebulas and glowing galaxies that span hundreds of miles are detectable with nothing but your eyes and a dark night.
This year marks 18 years since the devastating Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people and injured another 6,000.
Castaic homeowner and former NYPD officer Marc Manfro has lived with 9/11 every single day since terrorists toppled the Twin Towers, with every labored breath he takes, every time he gets up in the morning and every time he goes to sleep.
Often offering a break from school, work and day-to-day hustle and bustle, the summer is considered an ideal time for families to bond with each other.
Crime in the Santa Clarita Valley — both violent crime, such as assaults, and property crimes, such as burglaries — are down by an unprecedented 24% compared to last year, and the SCV’s top cop points to dedicated deputies and a vigilant community as the reasons for the change.
Newhall resident Jon Van Duinwyk has always known he wanted to be a lifeguard and make a career out of it, yet he didn’t know
“Jennie” is the first prototype for Tombot, a robotic puppy with the hyper-realistic appearance and feel, created by a Santa Clarita-based company that goes by the same name, for individuals facing health adversities such as dementia and autism.
Are you ready if the next “big one?” The recent Ridgecrest earthquakes that also shook the Santa Clarita Valley offered painful reminders for some residents of the deadly 1994 Northridge Earthquake, pictured above, which was much closer and devastated the SCV.
On average, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station deputies receive several hundred missing persons reports each year, and sometimes more than one a day. Due to
The number of credit card skimmers at gas pumps, ATMs and other points of sale has risen dramatically over the last few years, hitting various
There’s freedom, convenience and thrill behind getting your driver’s license for the first time as a teenager but statistics show the leading cause of death
Michael Gomes enjoys the convenience of modern society, but sometimes feels like he wants to rebel against the kind of uniformity his homeowners association demands,
The weather is getting warmer and the flowers are blooming — spring is here. It’s the season where everything is growing and coming to life,
Advice is an interesting thing. Sometimes it’s good; sometimes it’s terrible. That’s why the best advice lies in the eye of the beholder. However, there
Raising a puppy for a year and a half then having to give it back is not easy for most, but the Ramirez family has
After a 10-year hiatus, TLC’s hit home-makeover series, “Trading Spaces,” returned for its 10th season this month. “Trading Spaces” was around long before hits like