Health officials report increase in West Nile Virus risk
A mosquito sits on a human's arm. Los Angeles County Department of Public Health/Facebook

Health officials report increase in West Nile Virus risk

In recent weeks, the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District, which oversees the Santa Clarita Valley, saw an increase in West Nile Virus across its jurisdiction. The agency is…

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Nighttime ‘Suppression Patrol’ results in three arrests, two citations
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Nighttime ‘Suppression Patrol’ results in three arrests, two citations

Local deputies carried out their fourth nighttime “suppression patrol” in the Santa Clarita Valley Sunday, which resulted in three arrests and two citations. This nighttime burglary suppression operation included detectives…

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Filming this week in Santa Clarita, August 14-20, 2017
Jonathan Lung, left, and Brian Louden are cohosts of the Science Channel’s reboot of “Mythbusters,” filming this week in Santa Clarita. Courtesy photo.

Filming this week in Santa Clarita, August 14-20, 2017

Film and TV productions bring revenue and jobs to the Santa Clarita Valley. On any given day, you might encounter a film crew. These product­ions are filming around Santa Clarita…

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2017 Football Camp Series: Hart High
Hart's Julian Salazar runs a warm up blocking drill at practice on Monday, August 14, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

2017 Football Camp Series: Hart High

Asked to describe a particular middle linebacker on a particularly hot August afternoon, Hart High football players rattled off words and phrases like “enforcer,” “big-hitter,” “one of the most aggressive…

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