Deputies were called to the area of The Old Road and Sierra Highway near a construction area for the expansion project of State Route 14 (the Antelope Valley freeway) early Wednesday morning.
A multi-location search warrant sweep targeting an active and aggressive Santa Clarita Valley-based gang was carried out by more than 150 law enforcement personnel this morning and resulted in eight arrests.
Rock band After Midnight Project (AMP) will continue their national tour tonight with a concert at the 91x Show in San Diego.
Castaic Lake Water Agency will hold a "Water Challenge" service learning scholarship open to all high school students in the Santa Clarita Valley for continuing education after graduation.
Improv comedy team "HOLLER!" takes the stage for a performance Thursday, Aug. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Repertory East Playhouse in Old Town Newhall.
We do not praise the people who work in our banks and they do a wonderful job to help us keep our finances in order.
Anyone that believes this death panel gibberish is lacking in areas of critical thinking and the ability to reason.
Whoever yells the loudest wins. In the early days of my voting career, life was very simple.
Conservatives, take heart.
Many companies today have two problems. The first is that they are not consistently generating enough qualified leads. Put another way, whatever is happening in marketing is not working as well as it needs to be.
The Cross Town Cowboys' debut CD "Save the West!" has made the final "Top Five" Western Music Association's ballot for "Best Western/Cowboy Swing" CD for 2009.
I must lavish kudos upon you and The Mighty Signal for sharing the musings of brilliant, local satirist Nancy Gauthier ("Thank You, Gary Horton," Aug. 4) with all of us.
Hello, Santa Clarita Valley! Welcome to The-Signal.com's Daybreak, your point of entry for the day, and a quick journey through the past, present and future. Let the adventure begin:
College of the Canyons officials are encouraging all students to apply for federal Pell Grants and financial aid this year.
On April 8, citizens of Santa Clarita will have the opportunity to elect GLORIA MERCADO FORTINE to our City Council. I have known Gloria and members of her family for more than 40 years. In my opinion, she is the exact type of person our City needs at this time!
Editor's note: The following letter was directed to Santa Clarita City Council candidates.
I was thinking: Why do we have to cut down on our water usage by 20 percent while the city tears up the center dividers and plants more trees, flowers and bushes?
I remember seeing a poster somewhere proclaiming "Readers are Leaders." Certainly the basic truth here is evident, but I greatly fear there is need for some additional specificity. I'd vote for expanding it to say "Readers who read the right things are leaders."
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Give someone a $10,000 house painting gift in A. Allbright's ninth annual Paint It Forward charity event.
Xi Nu Zeta's Lasagna Dinner fundraiser was held in the fellowship hall at Our Lady of Perpetual Help on Feb. 22 for the SCV scholarship fund.
We thought we'd kick it up a notch this week and invite anyone with a pet peeve to share it with us – respectfully of course – and, hopefully with generous sprinkles of humor.
If you are one of the growing number of people who do your banking using your cellphone, be aware that thieves are working hard to steal your money.
Our principal was very strict.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Blake Griffin had 27 points and eight rebounds, Chris Paul added 19 points, including a go-ahead layup in the final minute, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Atlanta Hawks 109-108 on Saturday night for their season-high seventh straight victory.
Bakers and their sweet treats filled the room at the Valencia Country Club Saturday night to auction off their creations for the benefit of a local nonprofit.
CORONA - For weeks now, the Hart girls soccer team has likened its run through the CIF-Southern Section Division II postseason to a dream.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - A pregnant South Carolina woman pointed to the ocean, locked the doors and rolled up the windows, telling her three children she was "trying to take them to a better place" as she drove her minivan into the surf, authorities said.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - California counties are confounding the state's court-ordered efforts to sharply reduce its inmate population by sending state prisons far more convicts than anticipated, including a record number of people with second felony convictions.