Alerts Button
Podcasts Button
Youtube Button
Traffic Button
ListenLive Button


Increasing Clouds
Increasing Clouds
High: 83 °F
Low: 61 °F


Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 85 °F
Low: 60 °F


Mostly Sunny
Mostly Sunny
High: 92 °F
Low: 63 °F

Archived News

2013 Archive
2012 Archive
2011 Archive
2010 Archive
2009 Archive
2008 Archive
2007 Archive
2006 Archive
2005 Archive
2003 Archive

Antonovich Wants To Review Satellites

Interoperability communications called into question.

Henry Mayo Changes Master Plan

One Medical Office Building and Inpatient Building B to be removed from plan.

Henry Mayo and their partner G&L realty issued a letter to the City of Santa Clarita’s Community Development Department that notified them of changes to their twenty five year Master Plan for expansion.


SCV Serves Up "Italian Feast"

Popular event gets ready for inaugural SCV run.

Starting May 18th, Italian culture, food, entertainment and fun will be on the agenda for thousands as they file into the Italian Feast of Santa Clarita.


The festival specializes in all things Italian and includes over 20 vendor booths that will offer food, drink and merchandise. On May 20th, an authentic procession to honor The Blessed Mother, similar to the one held for San Gennaro will take place.


Christian, Jewish Relations Highlighted By General

Santa Clarita representatives connect with Israel.

Shimon Erem has lived his life on the frontline of Israel’s history.  Raised in Palestine, he joined the Jewish Brigade of the British Army to fight in World War II, serving in both Italy and France. 

Bob Kellar Looks To The Future

Mayor Pro Tem outlines his agenda in seeking re-election.

Santa Clarita Headed To Sacramento

Seventy of SCV’s movers and shakers are taking political road trip.

On Monday, May 14th, seventy Santa Clarita residents, business owners, city officials and educators will board a bus headed for Sacramento.


On the agenda is a full set of meetings with state legislators and representatives from various state agencies.


United behind select topics, the “road trippers” plan to use their time well, and advocate for issues that are important to the City of Santa Clarita and its residents.


Western Fence Lizards Cop An Attitude

Nature in Santa Clarita, it’s not what you look at but what you see.

-Wendy Langhans

"Mother Courage And Her Children" Coming To COC

College of the Canyons Theatre presents the classic play.

Is it right to profit from the misery of others during war?


What if that profit was the only thing that kept you and your children alive? That dilemma comes to the main stage of the College of the Canyons Performing Arts Center when Bertolt Brecht’s classic play Mother Courage and Her Children sets up camp for a four-day run beginning Thursday, May 10.

Repairs At Hart Underway

District says some work already done, more on the way.

ImageMany Hart High School parents and faculty came to some recent William S. Hart District board meetings to ask why their school, along with Placerita and Sierra Vista Jr. Highs have not received some much needed repairs.


Driving Miss Daisy Pulls Into The Rep

Hit play starring top notch ensemble.

The Repertory East Playhouse is bringing to its Main Stage the Pulitzer Prize Winning Drama, Driving Miss Daisy.


Written by Alfred Uhry and sponsored by Mission View Public Schools, Driving Miss Daisy opens Friday May18 and runs through June 16.