SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Law enforcement agencies throughout the state garnered honors for excellence in community traffic safety programs in the 2009 California Law Enforcement Challenge (CLEC).
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Enforcement, education and technology are the keys to thwarting thieves targeting vehicles, resulting in the largest decrease in decades of the number of vehicular theft in California.
Detectives from the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station seek the public's help in identifying and locating the man pictured in the adjacent media slideshow.
MARLBOROUGH, Mass. -- Raytheon Company (NYSE: RTN) has been awarded a $19.9 million contract to supply a mobile data computer system to the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department, the largest sheriff's department in the world.
An estimated 800 Massage Envy and Massage Envy Spa centers in 42 states will participate in "Massage for the Cure" on Tuesday, Sept 14, offering one-hour specially priced $49 therapeutic massages.
LONG BEACH -- Non-profit organization Iemanya Oceanica (pronounced ya-MON-ja) will present the Great Shark Affaire, a festival to be held at the Long Beach Rainbow Lagoon, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 2-3. This charitable event will teach about ocean conservation as well as protecting sharks and their habitats.
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station has teamed up with the Professional Peace Officers Association to host a "Submission Grappling Duel" at the Castaic Sports Complex -- located at 31230 Castaic Road, Castaic 91385 -- on Saturday, Sept. 18 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
This Saturday, Santa Clarita will once again hold its annual river rally, an event so popular the city no longer need advertise for volunteers. More than 1,500 Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts are expected to turn out to remove trash from the Santa Clara River, hear presentations from biologists on its importance and visit the booths at the environmental fair.
U.S. Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, left, helps present a $25,000 check to the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley. The check was presented by Northrop Grumman with the assistance of students from the Sierra Vista branch of the Boys & Girls Club in Canyon Country, the home of the Howard "Buck" McKeon Activities Center. Also on hand for the presentation were Jim Ventress, chief professional officer of the Boys & Girls Club of SCV, second from left in the back row, and Tommy Tomlinson of Northrop Grumman, right.
A letter to you on a lighter note. There are positive events going on in the community and the world around us. How heroic can one janitor be? Not once, but twice he shows his heroics by catching two suspected burglars that robbed the church where he works ("Crime cleanup," Sept. 2).
As an instructor at College of the Canyons, I read your article "Waitlisted" (Aug. 31) with some interest.
I'm 19 years old and a new resident of Santa Clarita. I needed a California ID card and proceeded to the Newhall Department of Motor Vehicles office.
After months of scrutiny, a federal watchdog agency will launch a probe into the 2009 Station Fire to determine if the U.S. Forest Service withheld information that could shine light on the early handling of the blaze, officials announced Wednesday.
Welcome to The-Signal.com's "2day in the SCV," a compendium of today's events and a quick journey through the past, present and future.
There is a lot to like about living here in Santa Clarita. For me, I like that Santa Clarita is an active community.
Devon Ingber, 16, a sophomore at Valencia High School, won Reserve Champion in the Junior Varsity Equitation division in December, competing against 58 girls from both public and private schools from all over Southern California, on her horse Fabiane.
When most men are rocking by the fire, or just collecting dust, Ed Jace and Thor Jorgensen are on the tennis courts.
Our Community is the place where people who live in the Santa Clarita Valley can share their stories – and we publish them every week - giving the community a voice.
Editor's note: We asked our newspaper, website and Facebook readers to tell us about their experiences on Jan. 17, 1994. Here's what they said.
About three years ago, a young 7-year old was hanging out at his mom's store in Old Town Newhall. We were folding material into 2-yard lengths to tie into blankets for children having surgery in Third World countries.
BERKELEY, Calif. - Even when highly populated cities make an effort to cut back on greenhouse-gasses, the continued use of energy in suburbs may cancel out any benefit to the environment, according to a new study.
In a scene from the movie How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, the main character states, "I love you Binky, but I don't have to like you right now." Sometimes this is how we feel about our children, of course we love them, but in certain moments, we do not like them.
SALT LAKE CITY - Women across the nation are fighting against employers that they claim are not providing appropriate breastfeeding facilities for working mothers.
What with Sunday's Golden Globes and the Academy Award nominations that were announced on Thursday, along with the opening of the Sundance Film Festival, it's hard not to have movies on your mind this week.
Disney's latest hit "Frozen" will now not only be seen on the screen. Disney's CEO Robert Iger announced that the hit movie will become a Broadway play as well.
Police charged a boy with aggravated assault and related crimes on Saturday in connection with a shooting that wounded two students inside a Philadelphia high school gymnasium, but released a second boy from custody without charging him.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Frederik Andersen made sure the Anaheim Ducks wouldn't go on any kind of a losing streak.
The ball didn't go to the guy it was supposed to on the final play.
Valencia graduate Shane Vereen highlights a group of three players with Santa Clarita Valley ties who are connected with NFL teams still alive in the playoffs.