Animal keeper David Stives wears his heart on his sleeve, and his heart belongs to Apollo - a five-pound turkey vulture.
With the deadline to introduce legislation now in the rearview mirror, state representatives for the Santa Clarita Valley have outlined their political goals for the coming year.
SCV Mindful Meditation Group Weekly mindful guided meditation group at SCVi charter school, go to main entrance, follow the signs to "The Village" upstairs. No experience necessary, all are welcome. We practice different meditation techniques each week and then discuss our experiences. Donation only, no pre-registration so just drop in. Mindful meditation is proven to reduce stress and give you a sense of calm, peace and balance. Read more here: http://www.mayoclinic.com/ health/meditation/HQ01070 every Monday night ...
A cyclist suffered a minor leg injury Sunday following a "bump collision" with a car, a local sheriff's deputy said.
About two years after opening in Central Park, the Community Gardens of Santa Clarita are looking to grow yet again, according to city officials.
The day-long mystery of a riderless horse that showed up in a Canyon Country park has been solved.
Two people were taken to the hospital with undisclosed injuries this morning following a two-vehicle rollover collision on Highway 14 at Golden Valley Road, a Los Angeles County Fire Department spokesman said.
Once a month, local magicians gather at the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley in Newhall to teach children how to turn mundane items like playing cards and rubber bands into arcane illusions.
Learn Chinese Today's students will grow up to face a world entangled in the U.S.-China relationship, whether be it friendly or confrontational. Learning the language early in life may prepare them to be tomorrow's global leaders. Junior high and high school students can earn credits for their high school diploma and meet some college entrance world language requirement. Visit on Sunday afternoons between 1:30 and 5:30 p.m. to observe. The class is located at SCV ...
Close to 300 community members were weighed, measured and screened at the Jo Anne Darcy Library on Saturday during the Canyon Country Community Health Fair.
As supervisors prepare to hold a second public hearing on the county's proposed storm water cleanup fee, a Santa Clarita official said it appears the county fee would be added on top of the existing city fee that serves the same purpose.
The Whittaker-Bermite site's nearly 1,000 acres in the center of Santa Clarita needs to be ready for development by 2016 - and the state plans to ensure that happens, an official said recently.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Auditors say that Metrolink's financial management has been so sloppy that the Southern California commuter rail system might not even be able to detect fraud in its account.
Chloride, high-speed rail and gun rights were all topics of discussion during a town hall meeting held Friday by Sen. Steve Knight, R-Palmdale, at the Santa Clarita Activities Center.
Though some Santa Clarita Valley residents are calling for a Saugus Union School District board member's removal from office, board members are limited in what kind of punishment they can levy against him, a district official said Tuesday.
County supervisors voted Tuesday to delay a planned discussion on a controversial measure that would charge a countywide landowner fee for storm water cleanup.
SANTA CLARITA - College of the Canyons officials have announced the addition of a new five-week summer session beginning June 24, with students and community members from across the region encouraged to search the college's growing schedule of classes and register for their seat today!
Almost as quickly as they gave it a name Tuesday, local firefighters extinguished the Grove Incident brush fire in Valencia.
Mr. Paul B. Strickland, member of the Governing Board of the Wm. S. Hart Union High School District, has submitted his resignation as a member of the Board, effective May 1, 2013.
A workshop is scheduled today for Powerhouse Fire victims to help them connect with recovery services, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich announced.
A convicted murderer living in a mobile home park in Acton has pleaded not guilty to four felony counts of rape at the Michael D. Antonovich Antelope Valley Court, a court official said.
The Saugus Union School District scheduled a special meeting for Thursday night, and some parents were investigating the possibility of a recall, after online reports that a member was implicated in alleged social media postings regarding Nazism.
What do you get when you cross California history with "Jeopardy!"?
Local business leaders plan to weigh in on the chloride issue today when they meet with Sam Unger, chief administrator for the regional water board that fined the local sanitation district $225,000.
A Santa Clarita Valley elementary school youngster was hospitalized Monday after suffering cardiac arrest. The boy was rushed from Pacific Crest Park near Mountainview Elementary School to Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital around 11:30 a.m. after his heart stopped beating, officials said. By 5 p.m., he was reported to be doing better. "He was still in the hospital but ... he wasn't hooked up to any machines," Lt. Tom Bryski of the Santa Clarita Valley ...
Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich dismissed the findings of USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times Poll inferring that seventy-four percent of California voters favored keeping offenders in county custody instead of sending them to state prisons.
When Emily Bush, 25, traveled to the "lost coast of New Zealand" for the action-adventure competition program "72 Hours," she wore a wrist full of bracelets she hoped would bring her luck.
SANTA CLARITA-The College of the Canyons Career Center will once again present CareerCampSCV, a free daylong event designed to assist students and community members that are looking to build, enhance or start a new career.
The story "Countdown to Touch-A-Truck" on A8 in Monday's Signal contained an incorrect date. The Touch-A-Truck event at Central Park will be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, June 15.