The No. 1 rule at Monday morning's bingo games at a local buffet: Don't call it bingo.
A Saugus man who helped spearhead the creation of the statewide "do not call" list has cried foul over "robo-calls" sent out by a school board candidate.
Coroner's officials identified the 3-year-old girl who died in a crash on the Highway 14 freeway Saturday as a Monterey Park resident, authorities said.
The report from the investigation into Jeremiah Lasater's suicide at Vasquez High School last year will remain confidential pending a lawsuit filed by the Lasater family against the Acton Agua Dulce Unified School District, a school district official said.
As daylight disappeared Saturday, more than 500 bloodied and oozing zombies shambled down Main Street on the hunt for living flesh and frightened victims.
As teachers at Canyon Springs Community School were getting ready to dismiss their students and mark the end of another school day, school board candidate Joe Messina and a group of volunteers were gearing up to find voters.
Twinkling red glows speckled the night sky around Bridgeport Park as thousands of people walked with illuminated balloons in hand to support blood cancer research.
As California lawmakers haggle over how to fix the state water crisis, one local water official issued a stern warning about the state's fragile water supply.
Parents discovered "what's cool for kids in Santa Clarita" at the Child & Family Center's seventh annual Kid Expo on Sunday at Golden Valley High School.
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Jeff Lasater has been a on a single-minded mission since his son, Jeremiah Lasater, took his life in a bathroom at Vasquez High School a year ago.
George Velarde, head of the Physical Education department at Sierra Vista Junior High School, has been awarded a Gold Medal by the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness in a Sports Spotlight Award ceremony in Sacramento this week. As a Gold Medalist, Velarde will receive $10,000 for his school's P.E. program.
Local teens learned lessons in safe driving Saturday at the Teen Driving Safety Fair in Central Park.
The sidewalk in front of the U.S. Post Office on Lyons Avenue served as the Santa Clarita Valley's latest unlikely stage for a bizarre political drama.
The Santa Clarita WorkSource Center will host two recruitment events in January to seek qualified professionals for immediate employment in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Among his major accomplishments during 11 terms in Congress are successfully blocking a massive landfill planned for the Santa Clarita Valley and securing funds for construction of the cross-valley connector, Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon. R-Santa Clarita, said in an interview with The Signal.
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Mary and Ray Schulz weren't born yesterday, so when a con artist phoned and asked for their credit card information, the Newhall couple suspected the call was a scam.
Extra firefighters and extra equipment were rolled out in the Santa Clarita Valley Thursday due in part to the Colby Fire in Glendora.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014, at approximately 10:05am deputies assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station received a call for service regarding a 42-year-old male who was possibly suicidal. A short time later, the man's vehicle was located (parked) at Sierra Highway and Newhall Avenue. Deputies had reason to believe the man was now traveling on foot headed into an off road / rural area to possibly commit suicide.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, a mainstay on the Santa Clarita Valley political stage for more than three decades, including a stint as Santa Clarita's mayor, has decided to retire from the Congressional seat he was first elected to in 1992.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, officially announced Thursday that he plans to retire from his seat in the 25th Congressional District and has endorsed Republican former state Sen. Tony Strickland to succeed him.