California leaders report "significant deficiencies" initially at PerkinElmer’s COVID-19 testing lab in Valencia, but they are confident that early mistakes are being corrected.
Firefighters responded to a call of a car crashing into a preschool building in Santa Clarita Monday evening.
A car crashes into a Santa Clarita area preschool, injuring several children Monday.
Some first- and second-graders are expected to return to school for on-campus learning Monday in the Saugus Union School District in the Santa Clarita Valley after almost a year of virtual classes.
Roller coaster fans could be returning to Six Flags Magic Mountain this spring, the Valencia company has announced.
The California Department of Public Health is investigating whistleblower allegations of mismanagement and incompetence, including reports of workers sleeping on the job, at the state’s new billion-dollar COVID-19 testing laboratory.
Three people are fighting for their lives at the hospital after a possible explosion in Santa Clarita.
A person was wounded Monday in a shooting involving a retired Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department employee in Santa Clarita.
A brush fire in Newhall grew to about 10 acres before firefighters took it down on Thursday.
Our first real winter storm is moving in overnight.
The Healing Studio opened on Monday in Santa Clarita in order to help people relieve stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department bus caught on fire in the southbound lanes of the 5 Freeway in Santa Clarita.
The Saugus Cafe in Newhall, built in 1886 as a train depot eatery, is the longest-running restaurant in LA County. It has survived earthquakes, floods, even a dam collapse, but COVID closures may shut it down.
His name is John Lewis Thunderheart. He's a 350-pound calf saved from a slaughterhouse and he’s best friends with his saviors' Australian shepherd Sky. The pair play together and run around the barn every day.
Here in Santa Clarita, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone that isn't impacted by the Santa Ana winds.
Families may once again lose power as powerful winds prompt a red flag warning.
A local animal sanctuary needs your help more than ever.
One year after a student opened fire at Saugus High, killing two students and wounding three others, the community came together again to heal.
On November 14, 2019, a 16-year-old gunman opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, claiming the lives of Gracie Anne Muehlberger, 15, and Dominic Blackwell, 14. The community remembers the two young victims one year after their untimely deaths.
Santa Clarita families were allowed to go trick-or-treating Saturday night.