When the Amgen Tour of California bicycle race rolls into town May 14 and 15, it will bring with it a series of city-run events and road closures. Several major roads will be partially or completely closed as the race winds its way through the Santa Clarita Valley, including Valencia Boulevard, McBean Parkway, Newhall Ranch Road, Bouquet Canyon Road and Copper Hill Drive. City officials have told The Signal they hope to avoid complete ...
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies have arrested a third suspect thought to be involved in a string of burglaries at four Santa Clarita Valley schools during spring break last month, an official said Wednesday.
Speakers at a Wednesday groundbreaking ceremony for the long-awaited Castaic High School talked at length about the barriers and obstacles that had been overcome over the past few decades to get to the point where construction could begin on the project.
More than 1,000 white, folding chairs lined College of the Canyons' Honor Grove Tuesday, but they weren't there to celebrate graduation.
Sen. Barbara Boxer's latest bill to stop the Cemex open-pit sand and gravel mine in Canyon Country has picked up a new sponsor: fellow California Democrat Sen. Dianne Feinstein.
More than 1,000 people turned out Saturday for the annual "Yes I Can" Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Music and Arts Festival in the Santa Clarita Skate Park, marking the end of a year of work by local students.
Thousands of community members gathered near the shores of Castaic Lake Saturday for some family fun and festivities as part of the annual Castaic Days Outdoor Festival.
A group of firefighters work to shut off water flow to a fire hydrant near the intersection of Centre Pointe Parkway and Spirit Court in Santa Clarita. The hydrant shot water more than 30 feet into the air for several minutes.
After a tip from a citizen, Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies today located and arrested a man suspected of pointing a gun at police officials in Canyon Country Wednesday night, according to officials.
It is not unusual to see a packed house at Canyon High School's Harry Welch Stadium, but circumstances were a little different Friday as thousands of people turned out to rally around school Deputy Devin Freeman, who was recently diagnosed with liver cancer.
A Canyon Country man suspected of shooting at sheriff's deputies Wednesday night, leading to an hours-long manhunt, remained at large Friday, according to a Sheriff's Department official.
A 29-year-old woman killed in a fatal crash this week on Sand Canyon Road has been identified as Brittany Lynn Schlumpberger of Santa Clarita, according to a memorial page set up on Facebook.
The search continued Thursday for a Canyon Country transient who allegedly opened fire on Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies Wednesday night, leading to an hours-long manhunt that did not turn up the suspect.
Bearing signs that read "Coexist," "God did not send his son into the world to condemn the world" and "They'll know we are Christians by our love," about 50 people turned out Thursday morning to protest the annual Santa Clarita Valley Mayors Prayer Breakfast at the Hyatt Regency Valencia.
Los Angeles County has found a possible location for a permanent Stevenson Ranch library, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich said Wednesday during his annual "State of the County" address, at which he summarized successes and challenges of the county during the past year.
Niki Hyer struggled somewhat Friday to push her cart up to the elevator at a dental office in Valencia.
California Institute of the Arts officials made the call Friday to shutter the college's campus in Valencia through the weekend in hopes of containing the spread of an illness that has left at least 16 students violently sick since Wednesday.
SANTA CLARITA - Tuesday's off-year 2013 elections may lack the luster of those in even-numbered years, when high-profile races for governor or president are the main draws.
Negotiations between Los Angeles County officials and a union that represents more than 55,000 county workers broke down this week, raising the specter of a strike that could include social workers, librarians and nurses, among others.
Editor's note: This is the final installment of The Signal's five-part look at some of the spookiest, scariest, most creative or most elaborate Halloween displays to be found in the Santa Clarita Valley. Have a happy Halloween.
Editor's note: This is part four of The Signal's five-part look at some of the spookiest, scariest, most creative or most elaborate Halloween displays to be found in the Santa Clarita Valley. The series will run once a day and end on Halloween.
Members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to authorize an option agreement to purchase and expand the Castaic Library on Sloan Canyon Road, marking the second time in recent weeks the board has moved to augment the county's library resources.
SANTA CLARITA - Hundreds of walkers turned out this weekend to raise more than $170,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society during the annual Light the Night Walk in Valencia.
Editor's note: This is part three of The Signal's five-part look at some of the spookiest, scariest, most creative or most elaborate Halloween displays to be found in the Santa Clarita Valley. The series will run once a day and end on Halloween.
Editor's note: This is part two of The Signal's five-part look at some of the spookiest, scariest, most creative or most elaborate Halloween displays to be found in the Santa Clarita Valley. The series will run once a day and end on Halloween.
Three of the four candidates jockeying for school board seats in the Sulphur Springs School District sat down last weekend for a forum on topics ranging from the district's budget to whether the citizens of the Santa Clarita Valley might be better served by one elementary school district.
Editor's note: This is part one of The Signal's five-part look at some of the spookiest, scariest, most creative or most elaborate Halloween displays that can be found in the Santa Clarita Valley. The series will run once a day and end on Halloween.
SANTA CLARITA - Facing an industry that is rapidly rising in popularity nationwide and locally, the student government at College of the Canyons is examining whether to subject battery-powered electronic cigarettes to the same rules on campus as conventional ones.
SANTA CLARITA - Charter schools and a recent series of California Voting Rights Act lawsuits were among the topics discussed last weekend during a candidate forum for three of the four individuals running for a spot on the Newhall School District board.
An outcry over a campaign mailing with a logo that resembled the Parent Teacher Association's logo has a nonpartisan political group rethinking its identity.