ElectionsVote (dailynews.com) The Rye fire in the Santa Clarita area was 96 percent contained Monday night, but full containment wasn’t expected until Friday, the California Department of Forestry and Fi(more..)


ElectionsVote (dailynews.com) Officials say smoke from wind-whipped wildfires is causing unhealthy air for large swaths of Southern California. A flare-up Sunday on the western edge of a huge Thomas fire burning i(more..)


ElectionsVote (dailynews.com) Firefighters monitored the Rye fire zone Sunday for hot spots as windy conditions persisted around the Santa Clarita area, but the blaze is almost completely contained. The blaze was (more..)


ElectionsVote (latimes.com) Firefighters hoped to make more progress Saturday against the wildfires burning from Ojai to Oceanside that have destroyed more than 790 structures and forced some 90,000 people to flee (more..)


ElectionsVote (dailynews.com) Firefighters made significant progress containing the Rye fire outside Santa Clarita on Saturday. By evening, the size was holding at 6,049 acres, or more than 9 square miles, an(more..)


ElectionsVote Bad news if you want to visit family members, although the Rye Fire does not currently pose a danger to the inmate housing facilities at the Pitchess Detention Center, inmate visiting has been cancell(more..)


ElectionsVote (dailynews.com) Firefighters made significant progress on the Creek fire Friday, reporting 70 percent containment with an estimate of full containment on Monday, Dec. 11. By 7:50 p.m., all (more..)


ElectionsVote As the holiday season approaches, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies remain on the lookout for package thefts, and are offering advice to residents to avoid becoming a victim of(more..)


ElectionsVote On Thursday, December 14, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the City of Santa Clarita and the American Red Cross are partnering to provide a Community Blood Drive. Residents are encouraged to come gi(more..)


ElectionsVote Assessor Jeffrey Prang urges homeowners and owners of other property damaged or destroyed by the recent wildfires to seek tax relief.   By filing a claim for “Misfortune & Calamity&rdqu(more..)