Family of man left dead in deputy-involved shooting has many questions
Sheriff's deputies investigate the scene of a deputy-involved shooting in the Valencia Industrial Center on Thursday, Sept. 12. 2019. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Family of man left dead in deputy-involved shooting has many questions

The family of a man who died Thursday after being shot by a local sheriff’s deputy have many questions about the shooting, namely why and how the encounter ended up…

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Wheel and deal with SCV Education Foundation
Jackie Hartmann, executive director of the SCV Education Foundation, sits down for the camera on Friday with Wiley Canyon Elementary kindergarten student Jude Rumbaugh, 5, to talk about a Lego Star Wars book that will be part of the Bag-o-Books program. Katharine Lotze/The Signal

Wheel and deal with SCV Education Foundation

The Santa Clarita Valley Education Foundation is hosting its inaugural Rhythm of the Road Poker Run on Sept. 28 to benefit the foundation.  “This is our first year doing it,”…

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Calling all blanketeers: ‘Make a Blanket Day’ returns
Members of Project Linus manning their booth at the Making a Difference Festival on April 21, 2018. Kyle Shannon/The Signal

Calling all blanketeers: ‘Make a Blanket Day’ returns

SCV Project Linus is hosting its semi-annual Make a Blanket Day for critically ill and traumatized children on Sept. 28. “We serve about 1,000 kids every winter, and this is…

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Golden Valley High’s PAWS Center inspires Wilk to help local students
(left to right) Sal Frias Golden Valley High School Principal, April Rego Paws Center coordinator, State Sen. Scott Wilk, Cindy Takamoto WM. S. Hart School District Social Worker, Cherise Moore WM. S. Hart School District Board Member, and, Mike Kuhlman WM. S. Hart School District Assistant Superintendent Educational Services, at Golden Valley High School's PAWS Center. Gilbert Bernal\The Signal

Golden Valley High’s PAWS Center inspires Wilk to help local students

A visit to Golden Valley High School’s PAWS Center Wednesday brought State Sen. Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, memories of how a childhood trip to the State Capitol paved the way…

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City Council takes closer look at new voting system
Voters line up outside at a Hasley Canyon Village polling place in Castaic in 2012. Signal File Photo

City Council takes closer look at new voting system

Santa Clarita and the rest of Los Angeles County will trade an aging voting system for a completely new and digital approach by the 2020 primary election. The Santa Clarita…

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COC informs community during Suicide Prevention Month
Tracy Smith ties a ribbon on the "tree of recovery" fxor her son during the Voices of Recovery panel discussion held at the Dianne G. Van Hook University Center in Valencia on Wednesday, September 18, 2019. Dan Watson/The Signal

COC informs community during Suicide Prevention Month

College of the Canyons kicked off Suicide Prevention Month on Wednesday with two discussion panels touching on the topics of sexual trauma and substance abuse. The panels were held in…

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Valencia resident competes in ‘Opening Act’
Valencia resident and singer John Joseph is competing in Radio.com’s “Opening Act” competition. Cory Rubin/The Signal

Valencia resident competes in ‘Opening Act’

John Joseph was having a diva meltdown before he went on stage to sing “Lion King” during his second-grade talent show. “Where’s my tail? Where’s my mane?” he asked, as…

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Saugus student diagnosed with whooping cough, school parents notified
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Saugus student diagnosed with whooping cough, school parents notified

A Saugus High School student has been diagnosed with whooping cough, according to a letter distributed by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. In a letter sent Tuesday,…

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Thousands attend annual Hart District College and Career Fair
College of the Canyons representative Eva Alonzo-Ayon, right, hands out information on attending COC to Cristina (cq) Padron, left, and Jacon Zepeda, 16, during the annual College and Career Fair held at West Ranch High School on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Dan Watson/The Signal

Thousands attend annual Hart District College and Career Fair

Banners and mascots of every color and creed decorated the walls of West Ranch High School during the William S. Hart Union High School District’s annual College and Career Fair…

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