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:
The Signal has its head in the clouds when it prints stories about so-called global warming. As it turns out, the entity providing the global warming reports to the U.N. fudged the data and hid the truth. Fortunately, a massive political hoax with dire financing consequences has been exposed. A leading scientist has resigned in disgrace, investigations are coming and even members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have called for Al ...
On Nov. 23, Steve Lunetta wrote a column ("Eric Holder's bad decisions") in which his fear and misguided logic came shining through in a poorly executed, conservative talking-point stew he attempted to pass off as a column.
To do its part in minimizing the risk of catastrophic impacts from climate change, California has set the target of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels by 2020, and 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2050.
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Barack Obama as well as Democratic liberals and moderates all found something to like Wednesday in an emerging compromise to expand the role of government in the nation's health care system, raising hopes inside the party that passage of overhaul legislation might be within reach after a struggle lasting decades. The same plan drew critics, though - and the threat of more opponents once closely held details become widely known.
Hart Regiment Earns Eighth Championship Hart High School's Marching Regiment captured its eighth consecutive championship in Division 4A sponsored by the Southern California School Band & Orchestra Association. The Regiment's color guard also won sweepstakes in its class, and the Regiment earned the highest scores of any band in the championships, in all size divisions. Two other Hart District schools also earned medals in the championships. West Ranch placed second in Division 5A, and the ...
The Repertory East Playhouse in Newhall will host its 'Carnivale di Venezia' New Year's Eve party on Dec. 31 from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
As the culmination to a semester-long assignment, this month a group of College of the Canyons architecture and interior design students will present sustainable design projects based on the hypothetical need for a new regional transit center in Santa Clarita.
City and county officials are offering $35,000 in reward money to anyone who helps capture the men who allegedly attacked a local deputy last month, officials said.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released a draft safe harbor agreement aimed at assisting the Ojai Valley Land Conservancy in enhancing habitat for the California red-legged frog (Rana aurora draytonii), least Bell's vireo (Vireo bellii pusillus), and southwestern willow flycatcher (Empidonax traillii extimus) in the Ventura River watershed, near Ojai, Calif.
The city of Santa Clarita is proud to announce the Recovery Zone Facility Bond (RZFB) program. RZFBs are tax-exempt private activity bonds authorized by the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) to stimulate the local economy.
Local favorite Kounterfeit Change is the headlining band on a night of reggae and rock at The Vu Bar & Lounge on Friday, Dec. 18.
Eternal Valley Memorial Park and Mortuary will host its annual non-denominational Service of Remembrance at 6:30 p.m. tonight in the Chapel of the Hills at 23287 North Sierra Highway in Newhall.
College of the Canyons hosts a graduation and pinning ceremony for more than 60 nursing students at 11 a.m. today who have finished their training.
Students interested in the College of the Canyons' recently introduced General and Emerging Technologies Laboratory Technician (GETLABTECH) program can begin working toward their educational goals with a pair of open Interdisciplinary Studies (INTERD) courses being offered this winter.
The tours of the White House have been canceled by the President. How dare he do such a thing?
Rock Club meeting
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A longtime Northern California politician pleaded guilty Monday to a dozen charges that he used campaign donations and taxpayer funds to fuel what he described as a gambling addiction.