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Los Angeles County company to move to Tejon Ranch Commerce Center

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Tejon Ranch Company is celebrating another win, but they're keeping the details close to the vest. A company will be moving its distribution operations from Los Angeles to the Tejon Ranch Commerce Center at Interstate 5 and Highway 99, according to the Tejon Ranch company.


More rain and snow to fall on Southern California, forecasters say

Yet another Pacific storm is expected to arrive on Sunday, and forecasters are urging travelers to plan before heading out this holiday weekend for mountain resorts where heavy rain earlier in the week prompted the closure of several highways.


Northridge man accused of assaulting CSUN students pleads not guilty

SAN FERNANDO, Calif. - A 27-year-old Northridge man accused of assaulting two women a day apart in 2018 at CSUN pled not guilty in court on Friday. Authorities say Peter Wei assaulted one woman near a parking lot on campus on Nov. 27, 2018 and another woman the next day before he was arrested by Cal


Terrorist Photo Shows Downtown LA Skyscraper As Target, LAPD Investigating

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Police and federal agents are investigating a photo posted online by an ISIS-supporting group that showed an explosion at a downtown Los Angeles high-rise.


California’s laws will crush Gov. Newsom’s affordable housing hopes

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has made getting housing costs under control his administration’s top priority, calling for a new “Marshall Plan,” and promising to spend $1.3 billion on new affordable housing. Whatever the merits of his proposal, however, the new money the governor wants to spend is no


Rapper Shot, Robbed Hours After Posting Picture Of Himself With Stacks Of Cash

Rapper Rich the Kid and his entourage were attacked by armed robbers in the alley behind a recording studio on Tuesday. West Hollywood, CA – Rapper Rich the Kid and his entourage were shot at as they left a Los Angeles recording studio on Tuesday, just hours after he posted a picture of himself hold


Snow Too Thick to Plow Keeps Skiers from California Resorts

Winter weather enveloping California’s mountains for a fourth straight day Friday kept skiers from hitting the slopes at the start of the Presidents Day holiday weekend, with snow so deep that plows could not tackle it and cities scrambled to find places to pile it.


One person dead following double-shooting in Pacoima

PACOIMA, Calif. (FOX 11) - One person is dead following a double-shooting Friday night in Pacoima. Los Angeles police say the deadly shooting happened in the area of Van Nuys Boulevard and Glenoaks Boulevard at about 8 p.m.


UPDATE: Missing Valencia Man Found Safe

UPDATE (4:20 p.m.): Bryan Dee Ulch, who went missing Saturday morning, was found less than 24 hours later in Canyon Country, according to a tweet from the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Station.


NASA releases incredible satellite look at Sierra Nevada snowpack

(KGTV) — Satellite images released by NASA this week put the massive amount of snow in California's mountains into perspective. Winter storms this year have produced incredible levels of snow in the Sierra Nevada, and more rainfall is expected.


Canyon Country Graffiti Tagger Arrested After 1,900 Vandalism Incidents

A Canyon Country man linked to more than 1,900 graffiti tagging incidents within the Santa Clarita Valley was arrested Monday. After a year-long investigation by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station, the prolific tagger was apprehended by the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s COBRA detectives.


Walters: Newsom’s activist agenda fits historic trend

There has been, by happenstance, a cyclical pattern in the mindsets of California governors in the post-World War II era, and Gavin Newsom fits it to a tee. We tend to alternate between activists who want to shake things up and more passive governors who are happy with incremental changes.


Police Investigating Shooting In Highland Park

HIGHLAND PARK (CBSLA) — Police are investigating a shooting in the 600 block of Avenue 65 in Highland Park in which there may be four victims. The suspect is in custody. The conditions and genders of the victims is unknown.


Five Arrested For Domestic Violence On Valentine’s Day

Five people were arrested on Valentine’s Day for domestic violence-related charges in the Santa Clarita Valley, officials said. Three males and two females were arrested on charges ranging from battery on a former spouse to corporal injury — a felony, according to Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Stat


Man goes on an unsuccessful mini-crime spree in Burbank, police say

A Corona man is suspected of committing a mini-crime spree in Burbank earlier this month after police say he allegedly broke into two vehicles, burglarized them, attempted to steal the cars and tried to rob two people, all in the span of 20 minutes.


Feds find more than 200 pounds of cocaine in floor boards of ship at California port

Federal agents uncovered more than 200 pounds of cocaine hidden beneath the floorboards of two cargo ships at a California port, according to the Customs and Border Protection department (CPS).


Chris Schauble’s Favorite ‘Bro’ Spot: Brewery Draconum in Santa Clarita

Chris Schauble takes us to his go-to “bro” hang out in the Newhall neighborhood of Santa Clarita: Brewery Draconum. Our early morning news anchor is a family man: he has a wife and four daughters. But when he needs to get away for some “guy time,” this is the spot he loves.


21-Year-Old Victim Killed In Canyon Country DUI Crash Identified

A 21-year-old woman who was killed in a Canyon Country DUI crash on Sand Canyon Road Monday night has been identified by officials. Meaghan York, of Canyon Country, was killed in the crash after her vehicle was struck by another driver who was allegedly under the influence, according to the Los Ange


Ruling affirming rights of students accused of sexual misconduct roils California colleges

LOS ANGELES — Colleges and universities across California are scrambling to revise the way they handle sexual misconduct cases after a state appellate court ruled that "fundamental fairness" requires that accused students have a right to a hearing and to cross-examine their accusers.


Smith holds community town hall, swearing in

Assemblywoman Christy Smith, D-Santa Clarita, took her community oath of office Saturday in front of about 100 members of the community at a Newhall school she used to represent.