Rain pelted the Santa Clarita Valley Friday, dumping nearly an inch by 3:30 p.m., according to the National Weather Service, as locals on last-minute Valentine's Day shopping missions braved the nasty weather.
SACRAMENTO (AP) - Will there be love between Democrats and Republicans this Valentine's Day?
Four local high schools flexed their mind muscles in the Los Angeles County Academic Decathlon Thursday. One school even made history.
A Valencia man died after a four-vehicle freeway crash involving drivers all from the Santa Clarita Valley.
The Newhall Land and Farming Company is handing over an acre of land valued at $1.5 million to county fire officials as a bankruptcy court continues to restructure debt incurred by its parent company, LandSource Communities Development, LLC.
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When it comes to the $789-billion economic stimulus package, Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce Chairman Bill Kennedy might have summed it up best.
Imagine students without paper to write on or teachers without a board or marker. The future looks grim for schools in the Santa Clarita Valley.
To the average guy, $7.5 million is a princely sum. Next to nearly $800 billion, it's a drop in the bucket.
Sheriff's deputies and Placerita Junior High School officials canvassed the school's surrounding streets Thursday, searching for a suspect who grabbed a female student by the arm.
A group of honor students from La Mesa Junior High is collecting food donations until tonight at two supermarkets in Canyon Country.
Students learned practical facts about their dream jobs at Valencia Valley School's Career Day Wednesday.
Sheriff's Deputies want to assure Santa Clarita Valley residents the "spooky red van" canvassing neighborhoods is nothing to worry about.
Santa Clarita kids have an incentive to take their community service involvement to the next level and compete for academic scholarships.
SACRAMENTO – The Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved two bills in a package of legislation by committee chair Senator Fran Pavley (D-Agoura Hills) to modernize California's water system.
Shards of red, orange and yellow tile lined a 40-foot-long mural on the bike trail that parallels Creekside Road on Monday, forming a shining sun setting over green fields with blooming flowers - a community's hopeful reflection of itself.
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.