Four young Santa Clarita Valley residents marched down Wilshire Boulevard Tuesday evening, holding signs and shouting slogans along with hundreds of fellow Palestinian supporters.
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A tractor trailer and at least five cars were involved in the traffic collision at about 2 p.m. today that sent nine to the hospital and forced closure of all five northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Highway 138 for more than two hours Wednesday, said Judy Gish, Caltrans public information officer.
By Michelle Lovato Signal Staff Writer Viacom might drop some of Santa Clarita's favorite programming at midnight tonight if Time Warner Cable does not agree to pay the additional $39 million Viacom demands for program delivery, said Patricia Fregos-Cox, West Coast Regional Manager, Time Warner Cable. In all, 16 programs and roughly 30,000 Santa Clarita customers are in limbo. "This is $39 million on top of the hundreds of millions we pay to Viacom every ...
The CalArts Community Arts Partnership "Food For Thought" program received a John Anson Ford Human Relations Award from the County of Los Angeles Commission on Human Relations.
Local cheerleaders tumble into action at the X-treme Competition Kick-off Nov. 8 at Hart High School.
Prosecutors declined to file felony child molestation charges against a former high school counselor who allegedly had sexual relationships with two male students.
The Galluccio family doesn't look much different than most American families - except two dads head the household.
William Schaeffler said "no" to a Los Angeles County District Attorney's plea offer, setting up showdown in court today, Schaeffler's attorney said Wednesday.
The Santa Clarita City Council unanimously voted Tuesday to direct city staff to meet with the more than 10 speakers who voiced their concerns about how the local public access television channel would be managed.
Name: Flo Lawrence Age: 51 Profession: Investigator for www.peoplehunter.com Personal Background I am the father of two boys, 14 and 11. I grew up in Philadelphia and New York, and went to college at the George Washington University in D.C. I come from a loving but crazy family. I'm a Mets fan, and a wild night means staying up until 11. What is/are the most important issues? I want to get Castaic kids ...
Name: Lori Bennett Age: 52 Profession: Superintendent at Castaic Lake Recreation Area Personal Background I graduated from California State University Long Beach with a degree in Education. After several years of part time teaching I moved to the Los Angeles area and began my career in the field of recreation. What is/are the most important issues? Ensuring that a high school is built in Castaic. the safety and security of our community, annexation or incorporation ...
Name: Mary Kunak Age: 51 Profession: Official Court Reporter, County of Los Angeles Personal Background I have lived in Castaic for 11 years. I have coached our community's children and gotten a pulse of the community during that endeavor, and served on advisory committees with regard to the Castaic Union School District's GATE program. What is/are the most important issues? A major discussion point involves our future governance. We must determine whether it is feasible ...
Name: James Robert Idleman Age: 47 Profession: Commercial and Custom Residential Designer Personal Background Eighteen years Senior Vice President for major Los Angeles based Architectural firm. Past five years as current principal owner Idleman Design & Associates, local architectural design and construction management firm. What is/are the most important issues? My most important issues are to listen to the concerns of the people in our district, to make certain the concerns are implemented into the ...
Name: Gary J. Lysik Age: 46 Profession: City of Calabasas, Chief Financial Officer Personal Background A native Southern Californian, born, raised, and married in the South Bay, my wife and I made a conscious decision 17 years ago to move from the city to Santa Clarita Valley to raise our 2 sons. The valley was important to us then. It is important to us now. What is/are the most important issues? Because of my work ...
Santa Clarita City Council members have heartily endorsed the Boxer-Feinstein bill to block the proposed open-pit sand and gravel mine in Canyon Country but turned thumbs-down to a bill that would open up public spaces to use by the homeless at any time.
More than 1,000 people turned out for the annual Arthritis Walk at Six Flags Magic Mountain Sunday morning, many of them children.
Two multi-car crashes involving five vehicles injured at least seven people and caused a backup on the northbound Highway 14.
A multi-vehicle crash in Newhall stalled southbound traffic on Railroad Avenue Sunday afternoon, officials said.
Officials with the County Coroner's office have identified the Canyon Country man shot and killed Thursday as 53-year-old Juan Mejia.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station deputies arrested a man who allegedly shot his father in the head late Thursday night in Canyon Country thanks to a tip supplied by a citizen, a sheriff's spokesman said.
The Women Empowerment Build for Habitat for Humanity San Fernando/Santa Clarita Valleys attracted a sold-out crowd Saturday.
With a ceremony that was at times somber and celebratory, the Santa Clarita Valley's annual Relay for Life event to raise money and awareness for cancer research kicked off Saturday morning in Central Park.
Carrying signs that read, "No More Cages" and "Education not incarceration," about 50 people lined the intersection of The Old Road and Biscailuz Drive in Castaic to protest a potential expansion of the Pitchess Detention Center.
A brush fire that scorched more than 700 acres in Castaic is now completely contained, according to officials with the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
As is typical of the California Institute of the Arts, the school's graduation ceremony Friday was anything but ordinary.
Santa Clarita's April jobless rate fell to 5.7 percent, a drop from 6.1 percent in March, according to statistics released Friday.
With no new schools planned for the foreseeable future, the Hart district is taking steps to shutter the nonprofit foundation set up to manage land purchases and development, according to officials.
Sacramento– California is slated to be the first state in the nation to provide voter registration through a Health Benefit Exchange similar to "Motor Voter" registration through the DMV. Last year, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 35, authored by Senator Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima), which expands voter registration by requiring that California come into full compliance with the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 (NVRA), commonly known as Motor Voter. The new law became effective January ...
LOS ANGELES COUNTY – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich released today the attached letter from the Federal Aviation Administration announcing that it will no longer close Los Angeles County's air traffic control towers. Congress passed the "Reducing Flight Delays Act of 2013" act which allows the FAA to transfer funding from other accounts to keep the nation's 149 contract towers open.