Tucked away on a side street in Sylmar is a company that has been involved in space exploration for decades.
The largest poverty agency in the valley is in Pacoima.
The northern San Fernando Valley boasts about a music program that’s been honored by the White House.
Jan. 31, 1957 was a tragic day in the northern San Fernando Valley. On that day, two planes collided in mid-air, crashing to the ground in the school yard of Pacoima Junior High.
For nearly 70 years, aviation lovers have been taking off and touching down at Whiteman Airport on the northeast end of the San Fernando Valley.
When Los Angeles Mission College first opened in 1975, the graduating class reportedly consisted of just one student. Now, thousands flock to the campus in Sylmar.
In Mission Hills, the 17th of 21 California missions built still sits watch over the San Fernando Valley.
Coming soon to the North San Fernando Valley is a cool hands-on museum designed to teach kids actual life skills.
There is a lot to see and do when you pay a visit to the the Hansen Dam Recreation Center.
The area wedged between the 210 Freeway and the mountains is horse country. And at the “New Heaven on Earth” ranch in Lake View Terrace, kids who are mentally and physically challenged get the ride of a lifetime.
With its large Hispanic community, the North San Fernando Valley is home to a dance group preserving the diverse culture of Mexico.
Pacoima is home to one of the most famous names in music history.
Names are big in Hollywood and years ago, an actor put his name on a trailer. That’s led to a successful show business company based in Sylmar.
Tutor Perini is one of the largest construction firms in the country and is headquartered in Sylmar.
When you say “earthquake” in Los Angeles, most people immediately flashback to the 1994 Northridge quake. But if you’re a longtime resident, you remember the 1971 Sylmar quake and there are still physical reminders present from that day 43 years ago.