I've always liked watching team sports. Sometimes you don't even have to be watching a game to know how things are going. You simply have to listen. You can hear the winners.
Thousands of Santa Clarita Valley community members learned safety and prevention tips Saturday during the fourth annual "Children Drown Without a Sound" Water Safety Expo.
The Great Wall of China is so large it can be seen from space.
At any given time in California, there are numerous bills in circulation dealing with - or dealing out - meritless lawsuits. In fact, scheming trial lawyers have become a seemingly unshakable facet of our state's identity. With more than 50 closed state courthouses, 205 closed courtrooms, reduced operating hours at 30 courthouses and more than 50 vacant judgeships due to state budget cuts, California's court system is beyond critical mass.
The old adage "There's no such thing as a free lunch" doesn't apply to Santa Clarita Valley youngsters this summer.
Santa Clarita's first Pacific Islander Festival drew large crowds to William S. Hart Park on Saturday.
Higher Vision Church will celebrate Easter the same day as everyone else, but it's joining with another Castaic-area church in throwing a party the day before.
Santa Clarita is inviting residents to a "meet and greet' for the new Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station captain Wednesday at City Hall.
Did you bring a copy of The Signal or a Signal product on your most recent exotic vacation?
Watch out for these local events coming up in April.
Some of the Santa Clarita Valley's most dedicated volunteers were recognized for their service Saturday during an international-themed party at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.
Dozens of youngsters donned their chef hats Friday for an up-close look on how to prepare a healthy meal.
Compared to the city's creation 26 years ago, Santa Clarita is as different today as it could possibly be. The most obvious reason for this is the development that caused – and then later responded to – a drastic population growth.
Right after I joined the company, I realized the owner was doing some strange things.
Before she became a wife and mother, Santa Clarita resident Carolyn West owned an interior design business – so she understood the importance of a good makeover.
What a fantastic wrestling season for our brave youth boys and girls of club BJMUTA. Our team brought home 185 medals from wrestling tournaments around Southern California.
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Artwork by Valley View fifth-grader Gentry, left, and Fair Oaks Ranch sixth-grader YooJin, right, in teacher Tarah Davis' art classes. Courtesy photo
As dusk fell around the Auga Dulce Airpark and twinkle lights dotted the runway, 8-year-old Ronnie Riegler rode horse Mo in a steady walk around the ring at Carousel Ranch's 18th annual Heart of the West fundraiser.
Valencia resident Dave Berg penned new book "Behind the Curtain: An Insider's View of Jay Leno's Tonight Show" and will host an upcoming local book signing.
Hiking over rough terrain, sometimes crawling on hands and knees, three local men recently trekked the entire course of the Santa Clara River, from the high desert to the sea.
What do we think about when those "Lazy Days of Summer" are mentioned?
The Fil-Am Association of SCV, Inc. presents musical "Mga Kuwento Ni Lola Basyang" (The Stories of Grandmother Basyang), an anthology of short stories by Philippine literature's most iconic storyteller, author Severino Reyes.
Kids are back in school, and the Santa Clarita Certified Farmers' Market is ready to assist by providing an opportunity to educate youth on the importance of healthy eating habits through its 'Back to School' program.
As we get older and think of the past
As parents, we do everything we can to safeguard our kids. We bundle them up in the cold, slather them with sunscreen, make sure they wear helmets when riding their bikes and so much more.
Shortly after 8:30 a.m. today, an officer assigned to the West Valley Area office spotted a black Ford Explorer with paper plates traveling in excess of 100 miles per hour eastbound on U.S. 101 Freeway in Agoura Hills. The officer attempted to stop the driver but he failed to yield and began to elude the officer. Due to the dangerous speed of the suspect driver CHP immediately requested the assistance of an LAPD airship as other CHP units joined the pursuit. At one point during the pursuit the suspect driver appeared to aim the vehicle at a ...
Four years ago, hundreds of families packed the Sports Complex for the city's first Heroin Kills Symposium to learn about the rising use and abuse of heroin among young people in our community.
Even as a young girl learning to play golf in Guadalajara, Lorena Ochoa had a dream to accomplish important things with her life.