Along with cooler temperatures, the National Weather service is forecasting a 40-percent chance of rain and thunderstorms before 4 p.m, today.
Thanks for printing my letter regarding the dangers involved with the red light cameras ("Tear down the cameras," Nov. 20).
Time flies. One year ago, on Nov. 3, 2008, we the American people voted for a change. In January 2009, we got the change that was desperately needed. It hasn't been an year yet and a few changes have been made. I'm going to "accent the positive and eliminate the negative." A depression has been averted, the recession showing signs of life; the bailout of the auto industry, which is the backbone of America, is ...
Although Americans are generally saving more today than they did several years ago, most could still benefit from spending less and preserving more for a rainy day.
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A Night to Behold Who: Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha Parish What: In keeping with the celebration of Santa Clarita's newest Catholic church, the parish is inviting the community to celebrate Christmas at its fifth annual Christmas Dinner and Dance at the newly dedicated Slattery Hall. The "Night to Behold" includes music, dancing and dinner provided by Hundred Islands Grill. Tickets are $40. There will be a silent auction and 12 chances to win cash raffle prizes ...
I am thankful for all of you, family and friends. For the lessons learned. For the tears, the smiles, the struggles and the triumphs. For this family we call human race. For the ability to create change for the better. To have the freedom to speak out, to stand up, to care. I am thankful to be born in a time such as this where God has descended the most excellent of souls. I am ...
Maybe the Republicans should be asking why in eight years of former President George W. Bush, nada, then immediately for President Barack Obama, a Nobel prize.
WASHINGTON -- The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and Kaiser Permanente today announced an exciting program designed to improve care and services to our Nation's heroes.
Here are the results of The-Signal.com's latest Reader Meter poll. The-Signal.com visitors cast a total of 336 votes from late afternoon Friday, Nov. 20 to late afternoon Friday, Nov. 27, 2009.
JACKSONVILLE, Florida (AP) - Tiger Woods sustained facial cuts when his car hit a fire hydrant and a neighbor's tree as he was leaving his mansion in a gated waterfront community near Orlando early Friday.
LOS ANGELES - To enhance the prosecution of abusers and prevent future child abuse, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich to expand cross-reporting to nine additional cities -- Burbank, Hawthorne, Santa Monica, Torrance, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Long Beach, Pasadena and Redondo Beach. "With this vital partnership between the Department of Children and Family Services, law enforcement, the Dependency Court, and these additional City Attorneys' offices, we ...
The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach invites the public to embark on an educational whale watch adventure starting Sunday, Nov. 29, with boat trips at noon and 3 p.m.
"When I wrote the song 'Love Don't Cost a Thing' for Jennifer Lopez, that's when my song writing and producing career really started to take off. It was one of her biggest hits, and we won an ASCAP award for it," said Damon Sharpe.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is offering a new, lower Play Pass price. For just $54.99 (the price of a day's admission), guests can visit and enjoy the park any operating day during 2010. The Play Pass has no blackout dates and can be used for concerts and special events, including the park's annual Fright Fest event during October, and the New Year's Eve celebration.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Lindsay Lohan has accepted a plea deal in a misdemeanor car crash case that includes 90 days in a rehabilitation facility.
The Santa Clarita Shakespeare Festival is holding auditions for their summer production of Shakespeare's Henry IV part 1, directed by Stephen Whelan.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States is flying nuclear-capable B-52 bombers on training missions over South Korea to highlight Washington's commitment to defend an ally amid rising tensions with North Korea, Pentagon officials said Monday.
NEW YORK (AP) - The Tony Awards are going back to the place where the Rockettes high-kick it.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) - A former University of Oklahoma starting quarterback was one of two people killed when a small aircraft smashed into a house in northern Indiana, officials said Monday.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Japanese architect Toyo Ito, whose buildings have been praised for their fluid beauty and balance between the physical and virtual world, has won the 2013 Pritzker Architecture Prize, the prize's jury announced Sunday.
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) - Australia plans to restore limited military cooperation with Myanmar and increase business ties with the Southeast Asian nation.
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Authorities investigating the apparent suicide of a college student discovered weapons and explosive devices in a dorm on the University of Central Florida campus in Orlando early Monday, and hundreds of students were evacuated, though the school said there was no immediate threat.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - After 27 years, the murder trial of a man who posed as a member of the fabled Rockefeller family is getting under way with opening statements to the jury.
The Pac-12 Conference has fined Arizona coach Sean Miller $25,000 for his actions following the 18th-ranked Wildcats' loss to UCLA in the semifinals of the conference tournament.
Rome - "May God forgive you." That's Cardinal Timothy Dolan's translation of a joke that Pope Francis told the College of Cardinals a day after being elected the 267th pontiff.
I've never liked cats. I find them to be obnoxious, arrogant, and down-right evil. If you've had a bad day at work, a cat's first response is "good, you are here. Feed me. Now."
When Dolley Payne Madison became first lady in 1809, she instituted Wednesday evening gatherings at the White House where political rivals could meet and talk.