Two floods - one in the Santa Clarita Valley - occurred 2,500 miles and 39 years apart. But both resulted from failed dams and both devastated their regions: one killing more than 2,000 people, and the other roughly 600.
It's a nonleague match and very early in the season, but Valencia girls tennis won a very significant match on Wednesday.
Seven-year-old Noah Visconti was the first person to bring Iron Man to his knees. That's what his uncles tell people, anyway.
Roughly 50 people crammed into Rising Sun Karate in Stevenson Ranch on Sunday to welcome home their karate kid.
A woman was killed and eight other people injured today in a three-vehicle collision on the northbound Interstate 5 in Castaic, a California Highway Patrol spokeswoman said.
The condition of the College of the Canyons football player injured in the two-vehicle crash that killed two of his teammates has been upgraded from critical to serious, a spokeswoman for Providence Holy Cross Medical Center said Sunday.
Peanuts, Cracker Jacks, skillful play and charitable programs are a few of the warm-hearted baseball fan's favorite things.
The College of the Canyons fall semester began Monday with a promise of the largest schedule of classes in school history - 51,000 seats open for students.
A College of the Canyons football player involved in a two-vehicle crash in Sylmar that killed two of his teammates remained in critical condition Monday, a hospital spokeswoman said.
At 72 years of age, Paul Berry has made it to the big leagues.
Traversing the 35 miles from the Santa Clarita Valley to Dodger Stadium, and back again, can be a challenge.
U.S. Marine combat veteran Joshua Rivers says a marine isn't thinking about the American flag, apple pie, or even their mother when bullets are flying overhead. They think instead about the man or woman next to them, the one they've lived with, drank with, played with for the previous one, two, or 10 years.
Santa Claus impersonator Al Hodek hosted a few visitors as he waited, in his engine-powered sleigh on wheels, to ride in Santa Clarita Fourth of July Parade for the fifth time on Friday.
When talking about the Santa Clarita Fourth of July Parade's "Pooper Scooper" contest, it may be best to avoid all puns.
A picture of Alanna and Gennelle Dedek hangs near the bottom of the stairs in their parents' Canyon Country home.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the fourth in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
It's hard to imagine a more exciting three days for The Master's College women's basketball team.
Much has changed for Trinity Classical Academy's winter athletic programs. The Knights' boys and girls basketball teams each have a new head coach. Boys soccer does too.
The winter sports season was good to Santa Clarita Christian School last year.
Editor's note: Monday marks the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. Today The Signal begins a seven-part series about the men and women who made the city a reality.
Trinity Classical Academy head coach Jeremy Haggerty wouldn't say earlier this week that his team could beat a Foothill League team. But he said it could hang with any of them.
The West Ranch High girls soccer team played Thousand Oaks to a halftime tie, limited the Lancers to two second half shots and managed 10 of its own.
For College of the Canyons head coach Ted Iacenda, the Cougars that made the Southern California Football Association All-Conference team for the National Division, Northern Conference represent what Canyons football is all about.
Golden Valley high girls basketball's 73-45 loss to a team further down the rung on the CIF-Southern Section divisional scale on Thursday in the second round of the Grizzly Classic looks bad at first glance.
The Saugus High boys soccer team is making a habit of taking games to the wire.
College of the Canyons women's basketball head coach Greg Herrick's message to the Western State Conference, South Division: "We're back."
Roster turnover isn't novel to junior college basketball - two years of eligibility and a player is gone.
Dianne Erskine-Hellrigel had just returned from a camping trip in the Mojave National Preserve and, as she tells it on a sunny bench at William S. Hart Park, from a great adventure.
The Master's College women's basketball team chooses to see everything positively entering the 2014-15 season.
Opponents may underestimate The Master's College men's basketball team this season, supposing it's all about a high-profile transfer from Michigan State and no one else.