Canyon High School graduates class of 2019
SIGNAL FILE PHOTO: Graduating seniors celebrate as they march into the Canyon High School graduation ceremony held at College of the Canyons in Valencia last year. Dan Watson/The Signal

Canyon High School graduates class of 2019

In front of a packed Cougar Stadium, the staff and faculty handed diplomas to the entire Canyon High School graduating class of 2019 Wednesday.   A total of 506 Canyon…

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Woman arrested on suspicion of petty theft
CIT team and SCV Sheriff Station detectives respond to ongoing store concern about petty theft. Courtesy photo, SCV Sheriff Station.

Woman arrested on suspicion of petty theft

When they learned “multiple” petty thefts were happening at one particular drug store in Canyon Country, deputies assigned to the specialized Crime Impact Team, and local detectives took action. On…

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County unveils homeless numbers
A homeless encampment that was erected inside private property in the hills behind the 23600 block of Diamond Place. Cory Rubin/The Signal

County unveils homeless numbers

Despite continual county efforts to curb the slide of citizens into homelessness, the latest report released Tuesday shows the number of homeless people in Los Angeles County jumped by 12%…

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Two-vehicle Castaic crash sends vehicle into tree
A Los Angeles County Fire Department truck moves quickly to scene. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Two-vehicle Castaic crash sends vehicle into tree

Two vehicles collided at a Castaic intersection Wednesday night, sending one of the vehicles crashing into a pole and trapping at least one of the occupants. Shortly before 9:15 p.m.,…

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Condor cam captures development of newborn chick
California condor #262, father to condor chick #980, both of which are featured in the 2019 live streaming Condor Cam. Viewers from around the world can watch the family in their wild nest on a livestreaming Condor Cam: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzWptm-0ILsrrCredit: USFWSr

Condor cam captures development of newborn chick

If you live in the Santa Clarita Valley and are still waiting to catch a glimpse of a California condor, even though you live on the doorstep of the condor…

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Mental health day to help veterans and their families
Albert Rodriguez, left, and Ernie Trevizo carry the flags as they lead a group as part of the Veteran Services Collaborative's Memorial Day Backpack Walk on Saturday. Dan Watson/The Signal

Mental health day to help veterans and their families

The Santa Clarita Valley Veteran Services Collaborative is hosting its first Veteran & Family Mental Health Day, “Pathways to Empowerment,” on Saturday, June 15. The “mental health day,” which is…

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Woman accused of murdering girlfriend appears in court
Officials investigate the scene of a fatal stabbing in the Vista Del Canon neighborhood in Santa Clarita. Austin Dave/The Signal

Woman accused of murdering girlfriend appears in court

A woman accused of stabbing her girlfriend to death in 2017 appeared briefly — as she’s done at least five times before — for a pretrial hearing in San Fernando…

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Five SCV products selected in third day of MLB First-Year Player Draft
Valencia grad Cole Kleszcz was drafted by the New York Mets in the 33rd round of the MLB First-Year Player Draft. Photo courtesy Azusa-Pacific University

Five SCV products selected in third day of MLB First-Year Player Draft

The 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft came to a close as rounds 11-40 were announced on Wednesday. On the third day of the draft, five players that were selected were…

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23rd annual ‘Heart of the West’ to benefit special needs therapy programs
Hundreds of attendees look on as Sebastian Velona demonstrates his riding skills on Annabelle at the 19th Annual Heart of the West, "Home at Last" event held at Carousel Ranch in Santa Clarita on Aug. 29, 2015. Dan Watson/The Signal

23rd annual ‘Heart of the West’ to benefit special needs therapy programs

Carousel Ranch, a nonprofit that offers equestrian therapy and vocational training for children and young adults with disabilities, is expecting a sellout crowd for their 23rd annual Heart of the…

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COC Fire Technology students receive scholarships
Fire Technology Program students pose with a check from Edison International.

COC Fire Technology students receive scholarships

Edison International awarded 10 College of the Canyons students who are studying fire technology with $1,000 scholarships each in an effort to help the students pay for tuition, books and…

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