City officials this week put a code enforcement crackdown on hold after a group of residents in one of the Santa Clarita Valley's oldest neighborhoods came out in force against it.
Deputies arrested a Canyon Country man Tuesday morning suspected in the stabbing death of an apparent transient in a local homeless encampment, authorities said.
Julian Gonzales, 40, a suspect in the Monday night slaying, was arrested on suspicion of a parole violation, said Los Angeles County sheriff's Lt. Dave Dolson of the Homicide Bureau.
A Santa Clarita Valley high wind warning remains in effect until 6 a.m. Wednesday, according to a National Weather Service report released Tuesday evening.
It's not a surplus, but rather and shortage of homes that's hampered the real estate market in the Santa Clarita Valley, according to a group of local Realtors.
Alma Vega wants to create a better future for her two children, ages 2 and 1.
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A group of developers is considering building a large medical center in Canyon Country, which may bring urgent-care services to a community that doesn't currently have any.
When Santa Clarita resident Ginger Sugerman heard the family of her daughter's boyfriend had no food in the house, she just couldn't sit and do nothing.
In a speech to an enthusiastic crowd of supporters, Santa Clarita City Council contender TimBen Boydston kicked off his campaign, saying he'd make local government more responsive and push for term limits.
A Santa Clarita woman accused of hurling a flower pot at a woman's head and kicking out the back window of a sheriff's patrol car while drunk over the weekend was being held in lieu of $30,000 bail Monday, authorities said.
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Local agencies including the city of Santa Clarita, College of the Canyons and the Los Angeles County Department of Health will host a drive-through flu shot clinic on Friday, Oct. 30.
County officials are warning homeowners about private-company mailers that promise to decrease property taxes for a fee, but fail to mention the county does it for free.
Jails can often be scary places. But none was spookier than The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station on Saturday.
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.