Police: Man Enslaved, Beaten By Local Restaurant Owner, Forced To Cook Without PayA man held captive and forced to work long hours without pay as a cook at a local restaurant has been freed, and the suspect accused of holding him faces multiple charges.
Strong Winds Topple Billboard, Trees, Power Lines Across San Fernando ValleyStrong winds swept through the San Fernando Valley Friday night and Saturday, reaching gusts of up to 60 mph, National Weather Service.
Man Gets 26 Years To Life In Prison For Girlfriend's Murder In 2011A Saugus man was sentenced Monday to 26 years to life in prison for killing his girlfriend three years ago.
Crews Knock Down 4-Acre Brush Fire In SaugusFlames were reported around 3:30 p.m. on a hill near North Haskell Canyon and Bouquet Canyon roads, according to Los Angeles County Fire.
NTSB: Firefighter Pilot Made Low Pass Over Friends Before Fatal Crash That Killed 2Brian Lee, 47, was killed along with an 8-year-old passenger.
Saugus Home Red-Tagged After Large Pine Tree Topples OverA home in Saugus was red-tagged after a large pine tree toppled over on Monday.
Firefighters Contain 15-Acre Brush Fire Near SaugusAuthorities say a brush fire in the Santa Clarita Valley that blackened 15 acres and briefly threatened structures has been contained.
Missing: 2 Men From Canoga Park, SaugusAuthorities are looking for two men who disappeared more than a week ago and may be together.
3 Mountain Lion Sightings Have Saugus Residents On Edge A sighting of three large mountain lions Sunday had residents of one Saugus neighborhood on edge.
Arraignment Postponed For Saudi Princess Accused Of Human TraffickingA Saudi princess was scheduled to be formally charged Monday for human trafficking.
Controversial Member Kicked Off Saugus School BoardThe Saugus Union School Board voted 4-1 Tuesday to remove trustee Stephen Winkler after discovering he doesn't live in the district.