The Castaic Lions Club Santa Float welcomes everyone this holiday season while driving through the Castaic and Val Verde neighborhoods.
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:
Councilman Frank Ferry has never been afraid to tell people what's on his mind.
Two weeks into its season, the Santa Clarita Valley Emergency Winter Shelter has seen such a spike in the number of male clients that officials are worried they'll need to shut the doors on people in need.
Hardly any kids were playing tether ball. There were no lines for handball.
Harrison Katz, a College of the Canyons student planning to make a run at the City Council, has a bit of a political pedigree.
The California Highway Patrol confirmed a person had been killed Saturday evening in a multi-car collision on Interstate 5 near Templin Highway in Castaic.
After enduring a wet and windy Saturday, Santa Clarita Valley residents can brace for more potential showers Sunday.
Everybody's talkin' about the millions of dollars in endorsement deals Tiger Woods risks losing by giving up golf for an "indefinite" period of time. Some say he'll suffer; others say he's already a billionaire, so BFD. What's your take? Leave a comment below the article. -- Ed.
A holiday trolley will begin shuttling shoppers around the Westfield Valencia Town Center Mall beginning next week to help ease the stress of large holiday shopping crowds.
The William S. Hart Union High School District expects to have a $13.5 million deficit for the 2011-12 fiscal year because of ongoing state cuts to education funding.
Caltrans construction will block lanes, ramps, connectors and collector roads on three freeways from Sunday, Dec. 13 through Friday, Dec. 18, officials said.
David Huffaker was elected the 2010 board president for Castaic Union School District on Thursday. Steve Teeman was elected clerk and Laura Pearson was named presiding officer during the organizational meeting.
Light rain drenched the Santa Clarita Valley on Friday, and experts expect heavy showers and strong winds to pummel the region tonight.
Two Saugus water wells were shut down more than a decade ago because they were contaminated with perchlorate, a toxic byproduct of rocket fuel production. But soon, they might be running again.
Thousands of Santa Clarita Valley community members learned safety and prevention tips Saturday during the fourth annual "Children Drown Without a Sound" Water Safety Expo.
Bowman High School