The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook and a red flag warning for central and southern California coastal valleys including the Santa Clarita Valley, extending through Wednesday.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion directing the Department of Public Health to reexamine the feasibility of a grading system for nursing and convalescent homes.
The motion, designed to improve oversight of the health and well-being of the county's senior population, directs the county's chief executive officer to prepare a five-signature letter to the Governor, the California Legislature, and the Director of the State Department of Public Health to support a facility rating guide for skilled nursing facilities and convalescent homes.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is transformed from a "theme park" to a haunted "scream park" for Fright Fest Presented by SNICKERS weekends through Oct. 31. The park offers terrifying haunted mazes, roaming zombies, frightening clowns, and ghostly shows.
William S. Hart Pony Boys and Girls Baseball and the Santa Clarita Oaks Conservancy will dedicate a Valley Oak tree at the Valencia baseball complex at 11 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 11, to the memory of Terry "Coach" Tull, who passed away May 15.
Thirty-eighth District Assemblyman Cameron Smyth is used to being in the proverbial "hot seat," answering tough questions from his constituents about important issues. But he faced an unusually tough crowd Thursday morning: a classroom full of Saugus High School students.
A Superior Court judge Thursday postponed indefinitely the trial for Adrian Arriano, who is charged with a series of Canyon Country rapes in 2007.
Alfredo Herrera had no idea what he'd gotten himself into when he hung an upside-down electric American flag Dec. 1 as part of his holiday light display.
Classroom Six was abuzz with activity as students, parents and staff diligently wrapped Barbie dolls, board games and soccer balls. Colors sparkled off of foil-backed wrapping paper, bringing the ordinary classroom alive with holiday spirit.
Holiday lights illuminated a debate over the meaning of Christmas and religious tolerance in Stevenson Ranch on Wednesday.
Members of the local arts community were disappointed to learn Santa Clarita Symphony officials cancelled the 2009 season Wednesday due to a sour economy.
The day-long "Day Without a Gay" labor strike that called for supporters of same-sex marriage to call in "gay" to work drew spotty local participation Wednesday.
Workers moved the furniture from the former building of Preferred Bank on Town Center Drive in Valencia Monday as bank officials prepare to use the items for two new branch openings scheduled for this month.
The County of Los Angeles' Department of Parks & Recreation presents its first art show, "Journey through Color Suites," at Tesoro Adobe Historic Park in Valencia until the end of the month.
The southbound Interstate 5 off-ramp and northbound I-5 on-ramp will be closed for widening at Magic Mountain Parkway in December.
The 10th annual Santa Clarita Valley Mayors Prayer Breakfast is scheduled Thursday at 7 a.m. at the Hyatt Regency Valencia hotel, with Christian comedian Brad Stine as the featured speaker.
Santa Clarita Valley sheriff's deputies arrested 10 people during a weekend "saturation patrol" aimed at getting under-the-influence drivers off the road, a sheriff's spokesman said Monday.
Simi Valley podiatrist Lee Rogers, a candidate in this year's race to represent California's 25th Congressional District, is suing the hospital that contracted his services, claiming a doctor there bad-mouthed him, according to a copy of the lawsuit obtained by The Signal.
A vehicle slammed through a Canyon Country restaurant Monday after the driver mistook the accelerator for the brake, authorities said.
California Highway Patrol officers are looking into the circumstances surrounding a black Corvette found abandoned at the bottom of a ravine along Bouquet Creek over the weekend, according to the CHP.
Now that two upcoming vacancies have been filled in the high school leadership of the William S. Hart Union High School District, new principals must be hired in the junior high school ranks.
Twin sisters Rita Kahane and Serena Rubin told a small congregation at Beth Shalom Sunday how lucky they were to have survived several life-threatening moments during the Holocaust, most notably perhaps being the day Nazi doctor Josef Mengele came looking for twins.
The PTA at West Creek Academy recently donated clothing and school supplies to help underprivileged students in Nicaragua.
Overtaken by memories, Erika Schwartz clutches a collection of yellowed, slightly crumpled photographs - all she has left of her entire family.
Nissan of Valencia executive manager Dan Sterkel presented William S. Hart Union High School District students who had attendance records of 97 percent or higher with gifts, scholarships and a car, totaling $21,800 on Saturday.
College of the Canyons' Canyon Country campus hosts its SpringStar Party from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Friday at the campus' Carl A. Rasmussen Amphitheater.
Retiring Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley Chief Professional Officer Jim Ventress threw out the ceremonial first pitch of the game between The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Colorado Rockies at the City of Santa Clarita Dodger Day event at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday evening. Signal Executive Editor/Supervising Producer Jason Schaff acted as umpire and Arnie Durazo, Hart Pony League President caught the first pitch from Jim Ventress.
More than 4,000 people turned out on Saturday for the 11th annual "Yes I Can" Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Music and Arts Festival at Santa Clarita Skate Park.
A continuing battle over the Santa Clarita City Council's decision to approve electronic billboards along local freeways resulted in another arrest this weekend and a face-to-face showdown between billboard supporters and opponents on the dusty Western streets at the 21st annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival on Saturday.
Amid the charcoal smell of barbecues, the twirl of parasols and the jingling of spurs, thousands attended the 21st annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival on Saturday and enjoyed a sunny day of Western culture.