Stay safe in the Santa Clarita Valley with these public safety warnings and tips.
Single vehicle crash leaves The Old Road and Rye Canyon Road blocked for nearly six hours, 40-50 gallons of oil spilled.
The California Department of Transportation will close portions of Interstate 5 in coming weeks for two expansion projects.
In preparation for this summer's fire fighter trainee examination, the Los Angeles County Fire Department is offering five months worth of Firefighter Preparatory seminars.
A brush fire threatened homes near San Francisquito Canyon and Lowridge Place, but was contained in about an hour leaving no structural damage.
High winds have led to increased chances of fire and traffic accidents, warns the National Weather Service.
The city of Santa Clarita is once again offering Community Emergency Response Training, starting Jan. 16, 2014. This FEMA-approved program will teach residents how to respond in the face of life-threatening disasters.
The attack on Pearl Harbor is a “day which will live in infamy” even 72 years later. This attack pulled the United States into World War II.