The cold December sky had just faded to black Sunday night when Lucia, in a white gown and a crown of candles glided into the room.
Dozens of child chess players darted their hands into plastic buckets filled with ice water and fished around for the correct chess piece, while others played bughouse and blitz chess.
Clean pre-softened water conveyed to 400 select homeowners in Copper Hill through an experimental process is drawing worldwide attention, says the man who brought the ground-breaking technology to the Santa Clarita Valley.
If Santa had a sweet tooth, Lady Di's Cookies in Westridge would surely be his workshop. The 1,100 square foot retail storefront is awash in holiday colors and tempting treats, including 15 types of cookies, four different brownies, caramel apples, cupcakes, chocolate-dipped strawberries and much more. Owner Diane Knight started Lady Di's Cookies in her home 15 years ago. She expanded to a commercial kitchen a few months later. Lady Di's Cookies quickly became the ...
The California Rangers, a nonprofit youth equestrian organization, hosted its annual regimental show at Don-e-brook farms on San Francisquito Road in Santa Clarita Dec. 7.
Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-CA) was selected by his House Republican colleagues to serve as the Senior Republican on the U.S. House Education and Labor Committee in the 111th Congress, a post he's held since 2007.
A memorial service for popular Santa Clarita physician Patricia Lynn Wells will be held at 6 p.m. Monday in the Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital cafeteria.
While so many teenagers are perfecting their Christmas lists, local student Daniel Mills wants to give rather than receive this holiday season. He donated $440 given to him for his 19th birthday celebration to Prima Pediatrics' holiday toy drive.
Holiday shoppers trying to get away from crowded retail stores and interested in creative and personalized gift alternatives can find many imaginative options below:
Santa Clarita city officials are looking to move forward with creating a more comprehensive list of historic sites throughout the city to protect Santa Clarita's oldest relics.
A red flag warning remains in effect in Los Angeles County until Tuesday evening with wind gust to top 40 mph, according to the National Weather Service.
Seventh installment of "The Big Picture," The Signal's in-depth series on population growth and development in the Santa Clarita Valley. Part 7 looks at the need for more sheriff's services as the SCV population grows. Click here for the previous stories.
UPDATED 12:05 p.m. According to L.A. County Fire Inspector Frank Garrido, the Princessa fire was extinguished at 10:58 a.m.; the fire burned four acres of light brush but damaged no structures. Firefighters responded to a report of smoke in the Escondido Canyon area but it turned out to be in the Antelope Valley, so local crews were re-assigned to the Princessa fire. The Via Princessa on-ramp and off-ramp at Highway 14 remain closed for now; the southbound ...
More than 1,000 people braved high winds and an early morning chill to raise money to fight diabetes.
UPDATED 5:50 p.m. Firefighters continue battling a brushfire above the Porter Ranch area of the San Fernando Valley, which started mid-morning Monday. The blaze has quickly grown to 2,000 acres, as wind blew up to 45 mph, with gusts reaching 70 mph. "It is a blowtorch we can't get in front of," said Los Angeles County Fire Inspector Frank Garrido. Los Angeles Police Department officers called for mandatory evacuation of neighborhoods near the blaze. The fire is burning southwest, away ...
A brush fire sandwiched between the southbound and northbound lanes of Interstate 5 burned about five acres before it was extinguished Sunday, a Los Angeles County Fire Department official said.