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. Arts Commission meeting
At approximately 1:30 p.m. on March 13, Santa Clarita fell silent. It was a day in which our city was ensconced in exquisite spring colors and the warmth of a comforting sun, as if nature itself was trying to console the loved ones of fallen hero Sgt. Ian Gelig, and the thousands who lined the streets to pay tribute. As the funeral procession moved through the sea of American flags, we became one ...
I have enjoyed Ken Keller's writings for years and would like to respond to his March 3 column, "Advice for a small-business owner."
Linda McCaskill's letter "New Perspective" (March 8) describes a scenario in which your child is drowning and asks if you would rather have an illegal immigrant who can swim or an American who cannot.
With hearts as big as the West, Gary and Myrna Condie were honored at the 20th Annual College of the Canyons Silver Spur Awards Dinner.
College of the Canyons will host "Meet the Grant Makers," a fundraising seminar and panel discussion from 10 a.m. to noon on April 7 at the University Center.
Teen Court Jurors Judge Their Peers Once a month, students in Marcy Calnan's social studies classes at Valencia High School take their places in a local courtroom to serve as jurors in Teen Court proceedings. Local teens charged with minor infractions can choose the Teen Court alternative to having their cases heard in regular juvenile court. Teen Court jurors sometimes impose harsher penalties than the regular court, but it often takes less time to complete ...
Detectives from the Palmdale Sheriff's Station are conducting an identity theft investigation that has a link to the Santa Clarita Valley and are seeking public assistance in locating other potential victims.
The city of Santa Clarita and Santa Clarita's Hometown Station KHTS AM 1220 invite residents to head out to and Hit the Trail this Saturday, March 20.
College of the Canyons is inviting the Santa Clarita Valley's non-profit organizations, and their staffs, to participate in the sixth annual 'Meet the Grant Makers' fundraising seminar and panel discussion.
The county of Los Angeles, Department of Parks and Recreation, William S. Hart Park and Celestial Vision Productions presents, the "Spring into Health and Wellness Festival" on Sunday, March 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Hart Hall at the William S. Hart Park.
ARLINGTON, Va. -- The recycling of plastic bags and film reached a record high across the United States in 2008, continuing a growing national recycling trend.
St. Patrick's Day celebrations are filled with dancing, green decorations, and Irish food and beer. This year, try something new and save a pint for the kitchen.
NOME, Alaska (AP) - Lance Mackey picked up a few rewards on his way to winning an unprecedented fourth consecutive win in the 1,100-mile Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. The 39-year-old musher from Fairbanks stopped to pick up a moose rack along the trail, and, 10 miles from the finish line in Nome Tuesday, he spent five minutes digging up a pair of caribou antlers that he used as a sort of hood ornament on the homestretch.
Mayor Laurene Weste, Councilman Frank Ferry and challenger Johnny Pride are scheduled to speak at the final "Meet the Candidates Forum" hosted by the Canyon Country Advisory Committee.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Goran Dragic scored 31 points and the Phoenix Suns beat the Lakers 114-108 Tuesday night, keeping Los Angeles winless with Kobe Bryant back in the lineup.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Shedding gridlock, key members of Congress reached a modest budget agreement Tuesday to restore about $63 billion in automatic spending cuts from programs ranging from parks to the Pentagon and eliminate the threat of another partial government shutdown early next year.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - An avalanche that was caught on video dragged a backcountry skier into a Utah ravine and buried her in snow, but the woman survived because she deployed a special air bag and other skiers were able to quickly dig her out, witnesses said Tuesday.
RENO, Nev. (AP) - Two adults and four children who were stranded in sub-zero temperatures in a Nevada mountain range for nearly 48 hours were found alive and well on Tuesday by search crews, authorities said.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Kaiser Permanente has warned 49,000 patients that a computer flash drive containing some of their private details has gone missing from the Anaheim Medical Center.
DETROIT (AP) - Mary Barra has spent the past three years as General Motors' product chief, making cars that drive better, last longer and look good in showrooms.
California water officials have released a draft of a $24.7 billion plan to restore the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, in part by building two 30-mile underground tunnels to ensure stable water delivery to millions of Californians.
MIDLAND, Mich. (AP) - Where does Santa Claus learn to chortle "Ho, ho, ho!" and listen to the wishes of children all over the world?
JOHANNESBURG (AP) - President Barack Obama shook hands with Cuban President Raul Castro Tuesday at a memorial service for Nelson Mandela, a simple gesture that signaled possible thawing between the leaders of two Cold War foes.
This holiday season, Police, Sheriff and CHP will be out in force
BANGKOK (AP) - The head of Thailand's protest movement on Tuesday extended his extraordinary claims to holding power over government activities, issuing orders to officials over whom he has no legal or actual authority.
GENEVA (AP) - Armed conflicts killed at least 95,000 people and wounded hundreds of thousands more last year but few of them led to any punishment for war crimes because the laws are unclear, a Swiss-based think tank said Tuesday.
MOORPARK (AP) - Crews are dealing with an onslaught of Santa Ana Winds as they work to keep flames from a wildfire away from homes in Ventura County.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A power outage caused by a vehicle accident has caused traffic problems outside Los Angeles International Airport, but the airport itself continues to operate.
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) - Ukraine's embattled President Viktor Yanukovych on Tuesday promised that some demonstrators arrested in the massive protests sweeping the capital will be released, part of a bid to defuse a political stand-off that is threatening his leadership.