Locals reflect on the St. Francis Dam collapse 89 years later
A group files past "block 19", left, an 18 foot high piece of the St. Francis Dam as the group takes a historical tour of the site of the 1928 disaster on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Locals reflect on the St. Francis Dam collapse 89 years later

Almost 89 years ago, the St. Francis Dam in San Francisquito Canyon failed. The floods swept away the lives of 431 people with it. “We should be thinking of all the…

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Industry: a testament of strength
Oil machinery sits off of Sierra Highway in Santa Clarita on Saturday. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Industry: a testament of strength

Industrial machinery represents two aspects of American culture. The huge metal beams are a testament to American strength. But, they are also a sign of the passage of time—a reminder of…

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Traffic collision involves city bus
The aftermath of a traffic collision involving black pickup truck and a city bus on Pico Canyon Road and The Old Road in Stevenson Ranch on Sunday. Courtesy photo by Pam Wilson

Traffic collision involves city bus

A traffic collision involving a black pickup truck and a Santa Clarita city bus occurred on The Old Road and Pico Canyon Road in Stevenson Ranch on Saturday, according to…

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USC and The Salvation Army join forces to help local homeless
Salvation Army Envoy Laura A. Bloom, right, organizes USC alumni members as they pack hygiene kits for homeless students at the Salvation Army Santa Clarita Valley Corps in Newhall on Saturday. Dan Watson / The Signal

USC and The Salvation Army join forces to help local homeless

The University of Southern California (USC) Alumni Association in Santa Clarita teamed up with The Salvation Army on Saturday to make over 100 hygiene kits for the homeless of SCV.…

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Santa Clarita man tells the news
Santa Clarita Valley resident Chris Schauble co-anchors KTLA's morning newscast on Feb. 8. Austin Dave/The Signal

Santa Clarita man tells the news

The early morning news shift can be a brutal one, but Santa Clarita resident and KTLA morning news anchor Chris Schauble describes mornings as the prime time to engage with…

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