West Ranch basketball product Austin Galuppo commits to Weber State
West Ranch's Austin Galuppo (32) reaches for a rebound alongside a pair of Granada Hills Charter players. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

West Ranch basketball product Austin Galuppo commits to Weber State

It’s fairly easy to pinpoint Austin Galuppo’s arrival to Foothill League basketball. In 2014, in West Ranch’s season opener against Viewpoint, Galuppo drained a buzzer-beater 3-pointer for a 68-67 win.…

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TMU women’s hoops fends off late comeback to beat No. 15 Westmont
The Master's University's Stephanie Soares (25) drives to the basket against Westmont College defender Gabriella Stoll (13) at TMU on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

TMU women’s hoops fends off late comeback to beat No. 15 Westmont

With two minutes left in a game against Westmont College on Saturday, The Master’s University’s Brooke Bailey stood beneath the hoop, doubled over. It wasn’t in pain. It wasn’t in…

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Adaptive Journeys working to reach out to those with a limb difference in Santa Clarita
Amputees Eileen Pasternak, left, and Kristin Mello discuss Mello's multi-articulating hand that she controls with her arm muscles during a break at the Adaptive Journeys: Amputee Support Group's monthly meeting which was held at Henry Mayo and Fitness Center in Valencia on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Adaptive Journeys working to reach out to those with a limb difference in Santa Clarita

As a way to help fellow amputees in Santa Clarita and around Los Angeles County, Adaptive Journeys held its monthly meeting at Henry Mayo Health and Fitness on Saturday.

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SCV residents learn to make different kinds of pasta with feedSCV
Instructor Scott Ervin demonstrates how to make homemade stuffed pasta during a class held at the Old Town Newhall Library and hosted by feedSCV, eatSCV and Speakeasy Bakery on Saturday with proceeds going to feedSCV. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCV residents learn to make different kinds of pasta with feedSCV

Rain didn’t stop Santa Clarita residents from stopping by to make their own pasta at a class hosted by feedSCV and Speakeasy Bakery at the Old Town Newhall Library on Sunday.

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Hill says during CNN interview she’ll vote for physical barriers on Mexico border
Signal File Photo: Rep. Katie Hill fields questions from KABC's Amy Powell during a town hall event in Palmdale, January 6, 2019. Austin Dave/The Signal

Hill says during CNN interview she’ll vote for physical barriers on Mexico border

Rep. Katie Hill, D-Agua Dulce, said during a CNN interview Friday she would vote for funding of physical barriers on the U.S.-Mexico border. “I am definitely someone who will vote…

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Santa Clarita Artists Association opens new gallery with new exhibit
Attendees examine art on display as part of the Fresh Perspectives exhibit presented by the Santa Clarita Artists Association in the newly remodeled art gallery in Newhall on Friday evening. Dan Watson/The Signal

Santa Clarita Artists Association opens new gallery with new exhibit

Despite the destruction of some of its property earlier in the week, the Santa Clarita Artists Association held its grand re-opening in Newhall and premiered its exhibition, “Fresh Perspectives,” on Friday.

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When picking up unknown or soliciting calls, just hang up, says DA’s Office

For all those suspicious phone calls asking for money or personal information, simply hang up, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office suggested in its first fraud alert of the year on Friday.

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