For College of the Canyons’ Dean of Mathematics, Sciences and Health Professions, student success is one of the most important aspects of the job.
Respect and communication are just two of the tips John and Sheryl Geraci say have made their marriage successful.
Seventeen-year-old Saugus High School student Katie Ironfield is like many high school seniors – she has been applying to college, is on the swim team and is optimistic about what her future hold. But what sets her apart from the typical graduating high school senior is profound in many ways.
A Santa Clarita Valley woman and her son have embarked on a Walk for the Ancestors to all of the California missions in protest of Wednesday’s canonization of Father Junipero Serra, who personally oversaw the building of nine missions.
Veteran Saugus Union School District Superintendent Joan Lucid is working to continue improving her school district while implementing new standards.
Newhall School District Superintendent Paul Cordeiro is taking on his new position with hopes to see student success and Common Core implementation.
Santa Clarita single-mom, civil rights attorney and former LAPD sergeant, Christy O’Donnell, is dying from brain, liver, lung, rib and spine cancer and is continuing to fight for the right to have the option of medical aid in dying.
When more than 100,000 gallons of crude oil slopped into the ocean, three Santa Clarita Valley high school students stepped up, took matters into their own hands and worked to help emergency officials clean the Santa Barbara beaches.
Congressman Steve Knight recently honored a Bowman High School senior’s winning artwork in the 2015 Congressional Art Competition along with the owners of FastFrame of Valencia and KHTS AM-1220 for their continued participation.
An 11-year-old boy who was diagnosed with cancer last September is reaching out for the help from the Santa Clarita Valley community next month for a Team Connor Blood Drive.
Santa Clarita Valley Rotary Club members are connecting books to bookworms while bringing the community together with Little Free Libraries.
A Hyatt Regency employee enjoys his hospitality job, but has a hidden talent for music.
An Academy of the Canyons student is creating an escape from reality in her first published book, “To Survive the Labyrinth.”
Shelter Hope Pet Shop Santa Clarita volunteers hope to help some furry friends find forever homes at the grand opening of the nonprofit pet shop in Valencia.
Many people teach their dogs how to sit, stay and roll over, but some take training a step further to help save lives.
Ashley needs the income to pay her bills. He needs someone to love him. Their families don’t know about their online dating. Ashley isn’t her real name, and she shared her story with KHTS AM-1220 on the basis of anonymity. But she certainly isn’t alone.
Shannon Rider, a Santa Clarita Valley mom and full-time Verizon employee, was only given a few years, maximum, by her doctors.
Santa Clarita Valley community members are coming together in support of a Hart High grad and his wife after their 9-day-old baby was born with cancer.