College of the Canyons trustees have hired a law firm to represent them in a civil rights discrimination suit that claims their at-large elections deny access to Latino voters
The city of Santa Clarita is celebrating another banner year for its film industry, said Russell Sypowicz, who oversees the city’s Film Office.
The city saw an 18 percent increase in the number of “film days,” which looks at the number of locations that are permitted in city limits.
However, the 368 permits that were issued by the city represents only a fraction of the filming that goes on up here, Sypowicz said.
With a successful weekend, the Hart 10U Gold Softball team earned a shot at a national title in Peoria, Ariz., during the first week of August
Santa Clarita officials are not commenting on pending litigation in a lawsuit that claims their at-large elections are a violation of civil rights because the system disenfranchises Latino voters
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station detectives and the Department of Animal Care and Control conducted a search warrant at the 24200 block of Tossano Drive
KHTS radio talk show host Joe Messina recently made the "Hottest Conservative Supermen on Radio" list as an honorable mention for the Politichicks blog
The Castaic Area Town Council has a special election planned for July 20, amid accusations of “mismanagement” by a former member, and an apparent lack of interest from local residents.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies want to share public safety tips for the summer, and make sure everyone knows about their hashtag #SummerSafetyLA
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies work with department-wide effort to boost law enforcement presence on social media, Internet
The attorney for a civil rights discrimination suit that was filed against the city of Santa Clarita, Sulphur Springs School District and the Santa Clarita Community College District is advising local officials to settle