SAN FERNANDO - Attorneys moved to wrap up their cases Wednesday in the murder trial of Eric Earle - the Saugus man accused of killing his girlfriend - with the prosecution emphasizing his track record and the defense claiming his history is irrelevant.
The Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District received a big boost recently in the form of millions of dollars in state funding that will go toward building a more permanent campus for its high school.
Members of the Saugus Union School District board are expected to decide how to fill an upcoming vacancy on the board at their meeting next month.
Since Hurricane Odile ripped through Baja California Monday, Santa Clarita Valley businessman Scott Madrigal Jr. has been waiting to hear from his parents, who were vacationing in Cabo San Lucas.
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The Canyon Country Advisory Committee will sponsor a "meet and greet" tonight with state Sen. Pete Knight and Tony Strickland, candidates for the 25th Congressional District in November's election.
Temperatures hit their highest levels yet in the Santa Clarita Valley, and a thunderstorm produced brief heavy downpours in Acton, likely touching off a lightning-caused brush fire Tuesday, as Southern California's September heat spell mixed with hurricane-driven moisture.
Federal and county firefighters held a brush fire to between 1/4 and 1/2 acre after it sparked Tuesday in Acton, according to officials.
SAN FERNANDO - Eric Earle, who stands accused of killing his girlfriend Karla Brada, was asked why his testimony differs sharply from that provided by sheriff's deputies, neighbors, medical experts and Brada's friends during his murder trial Tuesday.
An estimated quarter of the nation's population have struggled with a mental health problem at some point in their lives.
A potential route that would run California's bullet train through the San Gabriel Mountains, avoiding the Santa Clarita Valley, has received mixed response, officials with the state High-Speed Rail Authority said Tuesday.
The long arm of the law was long enough - and slender enough - to reach into a hot minivan Tuesday and free a dog left inside the vehicle as temperatures climbed to triple digits, a Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's spokesman said.
The Golden Valley High School Marching Band Booster Club proudly presents a benefit concert starring Grammy award winner Kenny Loggins on October 21, 2014, at 8 pm in the Golden Valley High School performing arts center.
SACRAMENTO – A legislative bill package by Senator Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) and Assemblymember Roger Dickinson (D-Sacramento) to sustainably manage California's groundwater was signed into law today by Governor Jerry Brown. The three-bill package including SB 1168 (Pavley), SB 1319 (Pavley) and AB 1739 (Dickinson) will initiate groundwater sustainability planning and programs for California's most distressed groundwater basins. The bills define local responsibilities and give local agencies the authority necessary to manage groundwater sustainably and ensure no groundwater basin is in danger of being permanently damaged by overdrafting.
At least one person was injured Wednesday when a vehicle overturned on Golden Valley Road.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the fourth in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
Isolated showers will continue through tonight, but Santa Clarita Valley residents can look forward to mostly sunny skies and dry conditions through the rest of the week.
Sheriff's deputies responded to a series of domestic disturbance calls in the Santa Clarita Valley on Tuesday, including a report that a Canyon Country man was threatening to harm himself and others with a pellet gun inside his home, officials said.
Despite last-minute pushes from residents, Santa Clarita city officials and legislators, the U.S. Senate adjourned Tuesday night without taking action on legislation that would have blocked development of the proposed Cemex mine in Canyon Country, effectively killing such efforts until the next congressional session.
Rabid bats have been found in the Santa Clarita Valley much later into the year than usual, a Los Angeles County official said Tuesday.
Four burglars helped themselves to some iPads at the Stevenson Ranch Walmart on Tuesday, but they dropped the loot while fleeing after one was detained, a Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station lieutenant said.
As senators negotiated judicial appointments Tuesday, Santa Clarita city officials continued efforts to change the mind of one man known to be standing in the way of legislation to ban a mine in Canyon Country.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies responded to a report of a woman threatening to kill people in her Saugus home today but determined the matter was a family dispute.
A college student arrested Sunday on suspicion of driving while impaired, causing injury to two people, pleaded not guilty Tuesday, a District Attorney's Office spokesman said.
Editor's note: Monday marked the 27th anniversary of Santa Clarita's founding. This is the third in The Signal's seven-part series about the surviving men and women who made the city a reality.
Martin Heinrich, Democratic senator from New Mexico, is refusing to back the current Cemex bill before the Senate because it "sets a dangerous precedent," a spokeswoman said Monday.
Each year at this time a community newspaper will look back through the calendar, calculating the top stories of the year, the gains and losses contained within a 12-month period.
A storm that drenched Northern California today was due to hit the Santa Clarita Valley tonight and linger through Tuesday, with another storm right on its tail Tuesday night, National Weather Service forecasters say.
Established in February 2006 in the City of Santa Clarita, Vital Intervention and Directional Alternatives (VIDA), is an intensive 16-week program designed to assist "at-risk" teens, between the age of 12 and 17. In providing the program, the City of Santa Clarita and the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station recognize the importance of offering counseling, family action, community service, physical training, team building, and career guidance to wayward youth in our community. All this is done in an effort to help redirect negative behavior of our youth, who may be tempted to explore gang affiliation, drug use, or crime.