LOS ANGELES - California could join Japan, Mexico and other earthquake-prone countries that alert residents to the approach of powerful shaking under a bill awaiting approval from Gov. Jerry Brown.
An autopsy on a body found burning near Castaic Lake may have been performed Saturday, but no new information regarding the possible identity of the body has been released, according to officials.
Residents of the Santa Clarita Valley have several options Wednesday to mark the 12th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Students in College of the Canyons' Medical Laboratory Technician program celebrated their graduation with a pinning ceremony recently – only the college's second class to graduate.
More than 140 people were arrested for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol Friday as law enforcement agencies countywide ramped up their enforcement of such offenses ahead of Labor Day weekend.
Thunder rattled windows in Canyon Country and startled some Saugus residents awake early Friday as a moist monsoonal air mass moved through the Santa Clarita Valley.
In February 2012, California officially dissolved its 425 redevelopment agencies, which are locally controlled entities that used property tax revenue to partner with developers for projects in blighted areas.
The Santa Clarita Valley Aktion Club partnered with the Kiwanis and Bridges to Ability, to hold a car wash on Saturday to raise money to renovate The Painted Turtle Camp, which was damaged during last month's Powerhouse Fire.
The Affordable Healthcare Act – so-called Obamacare – seems to be having some troubles these days. The Obama Administration decided to delay the implementation of the employer mandate portion of the law until after the elections in 2014. The House last week voted to delay the individual mandate, although the Senate is not expected to take up the measure. On Thursday, President Obama acknowledged some "glitches" in the law's rollout.
I'm afraid I have to rain on Kevin Buck's tirade ("We shall overcome ... some day," July 16) and dilute it with a few actual facts.
On July 12, Malala Yousafzai, a 16-year-old Muslim girl, delivered an impassioned address at the United Nations to promote education of children worldwide.
Taverns, rebellion, corruption, battles and cliff hangers; William Shakespeare's "Henry IV, Part One" is missing only dragons and oversized wolves as it follows three groups of nobles as they plot and scheme for the throne.
Residents danced and tapped their feet to the beat of The Hodads at Valencia Marketplace on Friday. The Hodads performed in the first of six shows as part of the shopping center's 16th annual concert season. Photos by Jonathon Pobre
Two new account representatives, both local residents, joined The Signal this week to help Santa Clarita advertisers meet their business needs with the many multimedia options offered by the newspaper.
The number of reports of violent crimes in the Santa Clarita Valley has continued to decline, but reports of some types of property crimes have risen, according to statistics released this week by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
I viewed the Super Bowl played on February 2 as the clash of generations within the NFL.
When Gene Natali teaches high school students about money, he likes to give them two simple imaginary tasks.
Canyon Cowboys girls basketball senior Monica Friedl said the team feels invincible since its win over Valencia two weeks ago.
At the end of the first month of the year, are your objectives for 2014 being met? Have the results versus your goals left a gap? Are you worried that what happened or what didn't happen in January can spread to February? Or March?
A team made up of students from Valencia's California Institute of the Arts took home second-place honors in the "Imaginations" competition put on by Walt Disney Imagineering, an arm of the Walt Disney Company responsible for developing the company's parks, resorts and attractions.
As A.L. Gil slowly made his way to the center of the sanctuary, most may have expected a gentle message delivered by the 78 year old silver haired minister.
In May, 1976 I had just finished what I first thought was my junior year of college. When I put a pencil to things, I discovered I was not 12 months away from graduation, but closer to two years.
The Santa Clarita Valley has a robust coalition to attract jobs and business to the area, including the city's business staff, the SCV Chamber of Commerce and the SCV Economics Development Corporation.
One goal every owner should have is getting and keeping employees aligned within their company. It's a tall order -- and it is never finished -- but the operational and financial gains are worth the ongoing effort.