A handful of local high school students joined the chorus of hundreds watched around the world Thursday when they participated in the 2015 Rose Parade.
They came, they dashed, they splashed and, in the end, called the Arctic Chill Polar Bear Swim refreshing.
A lit candle is being blamed for a house fire in Newhall Thursday morning, the captain for the Newhall Fire Station said.
When 2014 began, residents along Bouquet Canyon were without water, and politicians were at a loss over ways to fix the impasse that sparked their water stoppage.
The year 2014 can be summed up in one word -- dry.
Editor's note: This is one of a series of articles concerning issues that will be in the forefront in 2015.
Lawyers representing Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Inc. are fighting a wrongful-death lawsuit filed against the organization by the parents of murder victim Karla Brada, claiming there is no basis for the lawsuit.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the sixth in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
A dirty, rat-infested house on Bernina Avenue, boarded-up and red-tagged in May, is about to be either renovated or destroyed, according to its owner and city officials.
Sheriff's deputies responded to a series of domestic disturbance calls in the Santa Clarita Valley on Tuesday, including a report that a Canyon Country man was threatening to harm himself and others with a pellet gun inside his home, officials said.
Four burglars helped themselves to some iPads at the Stevenson Ranch Walmart on Tuesday, but they dropped the loot while fleeing after one was detained, a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station lieutenant said.
As senators negotiated judicial appointments Tuesday, Santa Clarita city officials continued efforts to change the mind of one man known to be standing in the way of legislation to ban a mine in Canyon Country.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the third in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
Martin Heinrich, Democratic senator from New Mexico, is refusing to back the current Cemex bill before the Senate because it "sets a dangerous precedent," a spokeswoman said Monday.
Efforts to locate the relatives of a man believed homeless, whose body was recovered Friday morning in the Santa Clara River in Canyon Country, are proving difficult, a spokesman for the county coroner's department said.
Gov. Jerry Brown ordered statewide mandatory water restrictions Wednesday for the first time in California history as surveyors found the lowest snow level in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 65 years of record-keeping.
Seniors living at the Orchard Arms Los Angeles County Housing complex in Valencia were shocked Wednesday when a county official told them parolees and probationers might be moving in with them.
A 43-year-old Castaic woman arrested last summer on suspicion of kidnapping a motorist at gunpoint has been placed on five years probation after pleading no contest to assault with a firearm, a spokesman for the District Attorney's Office said Wednesday.
At least seven people were handcuffed and taken into custody today on suspicion of using credit cards belonging to other people at a Saugus drug store, officials said.
One person was injured and taken to the hospital early this morning after a big rig slammed into another big rig that was parked on the shoulder of Interstate 5 near Templin Highway, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.
Cindy Newhall-Weyant, granddaughter of former Signal Publisher Scott Newhall, died Monday after a 15-year struggle with multiple sclerosis. She was 51 years old.
Detectives with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station canvassed the Rainbow Glen Neighborhood Tuesday looking for witnesses to Sunday's shooting that involved an off-duty LAPD officer, a sheriff's spokesman said.
A Placerita Junior High School student detained last week for allegedly posting online threats directed at school staffers and claiming he would bring guns to school is now facing criminal charges, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office said.
The fans and parents, the cheers and applause, smiles and sweat all served to make the sixth annual Hart Games Track and Field Meet truly special Tuesday as more than 300 kids competed in track events at Valencia High School.
On Wednesday, despite what state water regulators want, Santa Clarita Valley residents and businesses return to a three-day-a-week lawn-watering schedule for the summer.
A former Valencia man who worked part-time at a Santa Clarita Valley church last year has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for committing six counts of sodomy.
A woman who plunged 200 feet down a ravine during location filming Monday in Canyon Country was taken to the hospital with minor injuries, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Fire Department said.
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's detectives have called off the search for a man thought involved in Sunday's car-to-car shooting in Canyon Country and said Monday they are no longer looking for a suspect.
A Newhall homeowner Monday shot at a very large, roaming "Mastiff-type" dog after it reportedly attacked him, causing the unleashed animal to flee into the hills, animal control and law enforcement officials said.
More than 500 teen cyclists from Southern California tore up the dry, dusty hills around Castaic Lake Sunday as three times that number cheered, screamed and handed out water for their favorite competitor.