This fall, the College of the Canyons Cooperative Work Experience Education program will have helped more than 1,000 students acquire internships.
For Ronald Southwood, the local animal shelter's refusal to remove skunks from his Valencia property doesn't pass the smell test.
Gasoline consumption statewide dropped between March and April, showing a continuing decline in fuel use among Californians over the past three years, state officials announced Thursday.
Facey Medical Group officials said Thursday they will close their Castaic office in September because the community hasn't grown enough to support it.
Cheri Chapman cries when she thinks of life for her husband, Carman Chapman, without the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center Adult Day Care program.
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The Los Angeles County's Department of Parks and Recreation's "Electric Women & Eccentric Men" art show is now open and free to the public at Tesoro Adobe Historic Park in Valencia.
For the first time this fall, the College of the Canyons interior design program will offer courses in an eight-week format, allowing students to complete more courses each semester.
A Facey Medical Group official confirmed Wednesday that it will close its Castaic office in September.
Local motorcycle enthusiasts are coming together to raise money for a Bakersfield boy who was attacked by his father and left partially blind.
The man crashed his go-kart into a barrier on a Canyon Country race track and slumped over, lifeless.
SAN FERNANDO - A 20-year-old Canyon Contry man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges he drunkenly plowed his pickup truck into a group of bicyclists in a canyon north of Saugus, killing one and injuring at least three others.
Enrollment fees will take a 30-percent hike at College of the Canyons this school year, and college officials say lower-income students will be the hardest hit.
Of the eight people arrested during 10 days of signature-gathering at local stores only one has been prosecuted, found guilty and sentenced to three days in jail, according to a spokesman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.
Santa Clarita Valley residents will receive mailed notices within the next few weeks about proposed rate hikes in their sewage fees following a vote by the local Sanitation District board Wednesday night.
Investigators with the county coroner's office have closed their case on 8-year-old Cole Hartman - the Santa Clarita Valley youngster found face-down and submerged in a water-filled washing machine last summer - without declaring the autistic boy's death an accident, suicide or homicide.
Directors for the Santa Clarita Valley Child & Family Center have accepted the retirement of the center's CEO, Darrell Paulk, effective Sept. 1.
A man arrested on Interstate 5 Wednesday on suspicion of transporting drugs kicked out the rear window of the cruiser he was placed in and ran across the entire freeway to escape sheriff's deputies, officials said.
NOTE: The Signal news story about the theft can be seen at http://www.signalscv.com/section/36/article/119064/
An Azusa man initially charged with seven offenses has been sentenced to 38 months in state prison after pleading no contest to just two of the charges - evading an officer and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
For water company customers who respond "How much is that?" when told to reduce consumption by 20 percent, Valencia Water Company says it has the exact answer.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - An analysis finds the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has slipped far behind its schedule to replace aging power poles.
Los Angeles County Deputies Participate In a Journey of Honor:
City officials painted a rosy picture of Santa Clarita's projected budget for the next fiscal year during a meeting Tuesday night, calling it balanced and conservative while also containing funding for a variety of needed projects around the city.
Standing inside a bathroom stall, 7-year-old Setareh Khatibi bathes herself in a bucket of tap water. She's used to the cold water on her skin and doesn't even grimace.
While legislative options to resolve the longstanding Cemex mine issue remain ongoing, two Santa Clarita Valley representatives are urging local Congressman Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, to try a different tactic to halt the mine.
Reports of a student in possession of a gun near Sierra Vista Junior High School Tuesday prompted swift response by local sheriff's deputies, but no weapon was found, school and law enforcement sources said.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined this week to hear an appeal by Los Angeles County contesting a ruling that held it liable for storm water pollution.