Hello, Santa Clarita Valley! Welcome to The-Signal.com's Daybreak, your point of entry for the day, and a quick journey through the past, present and future. Let the adventure begin:
Jeff Cohen didn't intend to go into the business of producing granola bars. He was simply looking for something to snack on.
Local Assemblyman Cameron Smyth was forced to choose between extending health care to underprivileged children or staying true to his personal pledge to not raise taxes.
When College of the Canyons student Kate Lucero registered to take a one-unit sociology class on criminal profiling in the spring 2009 semester, she knew she would have to shell out some cash for the course's mandatory textbook.
When 12-year-old Emily Goldstein and her parents, Steve and Marci, learned about a procedure called "deep brain stimulation," doctors told the Canyon Country family that the intense brain surgery would relieve the painful twisting of her limbs within months.
Hundreds of wanna be ghouls looking for a haunting gig invaded the human resources building at Six Flags Magic Mountain, with several hundred of the scariest likely to realize their nightmares.
With an estimated 10 percent of fall classes cut at College of the Canyons, part-time faculty members are finding themselves out of work for the semester.
The College of the Canyons Social Science and Business Division will host its second annual Domestic Violence Awareness event Oct. 21 outdoors on the college's Valencia campus.
The Santa Clarita Valley School Food Services Agency will host the sixth annual school food vendor show from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Oct. 15 at the agency's Central Kitchen, 25210 Anza Drive in Valencia.
As their small heads barely peeked above the neck opening of their inflated sumo-wrestling suits, brother and sister thudded against each other and tumbled to the ground.
Californians will pay an additional 10 percent in state income taxes in November as state lawmakers try to raise $1.7 billion to bridge California's massive budget gap.
The threat of cyber attack became an uncomfortable reality for one local news organization recently, when an overwhelming barrage of Russian-originated traffic crashed its Web site.
Mary and Ray Schulz weren't born yesterday, so when a con artist phoned and asked for their credit card information, the Newhall couple suspected the call was a scam.
Extra firefighters and extra equipment were rolled out in the Santa Clarita Valley Thursday due in part to the Colby Fire in Glendora.
On Wednesday, January 15, 2014, at approximately 10:05am deputies assigned to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station received a call for service regarding a 42-year-old male who was possibly suicidal. A short time later, the man's vehicle was located (parked) at Sierra Highway and Newhall Avenue. Deputies had reason to believe the man was now traveling on foot headed into an off road / rural area to possibly commit suicide.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, a mainstay on the Santa Clarita Valley political stage for more than three decades, including a stint as Santa Clarita's mayor, has decided to retire from the Congressional seat he was first elected to in 1992.
Rep. Howard "Buck" McKeon, R-Santa Clarita, officially announced Thursday that he plans to retire from his seat in the 25th Congressional District and has endorsed Republican former state Sen. Tony Strickland to succeed him.