Hart boys soccer stumbles at home
Hart's Luis Garcia (18) runs towards the ball with El Camino's Brandon Castaneda (11) right in front of him during a home match on Monday, Jan. 2, 2018. Nikolas Samuels/The Signal

Hart boys soccer stumbles at home

Hart boys soccer was well aware of what they were up against when they took on El Camino Real of Woodland Hills at home on Tuesday. The Conquistadors entered the…

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Average apartment rent dips slightly, but still trending up from 2016
Data shows Santa Clarita has some of the highest median rental prices in Santa Clarita, according to a monthly report from ApartmentList.com. Contributed

Average apartment rent dips slightly, but still trending up from 2016

The average renter in Santa Clarita paid $10 less per month for a two-bedroom apartment, but the city still outpaces much of Southern California as home to some of the…

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Mom seeks to find missing special needs daughter
Teresa Williams, 24, has been missing since Saturday when she was seen at the Goodwill store in Saugus. Courtesy photo

Mom seeks to find missing special needs daughter

The parents of a Valencia High School graduate with special needs who has been missing since Saturday are seeking the public’s help in finding their daughter. Sharon Bird said Tuesday…

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More than 40 speed citations issued on Golden Valley Road in one week
Sheriff's Sgt. William Lynch measures the speed of approaching vehicles outside the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station on Nov. 22, 2017. Austin Dave/The Signal

More than 40 speed citations issued on Golden Valley Road in one week

The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station's motorcycle detail issued more than 40 citations for unsafe speed on Golden Valley Road within the last week of December. "Many of the motorists…

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13 suspected drunk SCV drivers over New Years
The California Highway Patrol runs a sobriety checkpoint on The Old Road in August 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

13 suspected drunk SCV drivers over New Years

Arrest records indicate the slightest of declines in reported DUI numbers for Santa Clarita Valley drivers over the New Year’s weekend. Just over a dozen drivers were arrested on suspicion…

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