Magic Mountain’s COVID Vaccine Site Closes, Replaced By 2 New Sites in Palmdale, Santa ClaritaThe College of the Canyons in Santa Clarita and the Palmdale Oasis Park Recreation Center will each be able to administer up to 2,000 doses per day.
Mountain Lion Killed In Valencia, Likely Struck By VehicleP-78 was the 23rd mountain lion and the seventh radio-collared animal to die from road mortality in the study area involving mountain lions since 2002, officials said.
Six Flags Magic Mountain To Reopen April 1Under the state’s guidelines, theme parks will be allowed to reopen at 15% capacity, but with in-state visitors only.
Six Flags Magic Mountain Announces Spring ReopeningSix Flags Magic Mountain Friday announced that it plans to reopen to guests this spring with rides.
New CA Gov. Operations Secretary, Yolanda Richardson, Helped Build LA COVID Testing LabsState health officials are thinking of new strategies to get the coronavirus vaccine into the arms of as many Californians as quickly as possible. 
Controversial Christian Singer Sean Feucht Holds Concert In ValenciaControversial Christian singer Sean Feucht held a concert Thursday night in Valencia to protest face coverings and limits on indoor church services. 
It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas, Even If Not Quite The SameBugs Bunny, Sylvester and even Old Saint Nick himself welcomed families Monday to Six Flags Magic Mountain for the annual Holiday in the Park — with a twist.
Newsom Cuts Ribbon On Innovative COVID-19 Laboratory In ValenciaGov. Gavin Newsom Friday celebrated the opening of a new high-tech COVID-19 testing lab in Valencia designed to dramatically increase the state's coronavirus testing capacity and reducing the time it takes to get results.
Newhall School District Cancels Classes Tuesday After Ransomware AttackThe district’s email server was also shut down.
Firefighters Battle Brush Fire Near Golden State Freeway In Valencia AreaA brush fire on Saturday afternoon burned about a quarter-acre of vegetation near the Golden State Freeway in the Valencia area.
Coronavirus: Valencia Teens Start Website To Get Much-Needed Items To People In NeedFive juniors from Valencia High School built a website designed to help people who cannot leave their homes and those who have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic.