Pro basketball players compete in all-star game to benefit Saugus
A participant in the half-time dunk contest slams one in for the fans at the pro basketball All-Star game benefitting Saugus High School hosted by Taylor Statham held at Golden Valley High School, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Pro basketball players compete in all-star game to benefit Saugus

Former professional basketball player Chris Eversley is from Chicago. He played college basketball at Rice University in Houston for a year before finishing his college career at Cal Poly SLO.…

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Firefighters extinguish small fire in apartment complex
LACoFD and AMR first responders arrived at a reported residential fire on the 26000 block of Rainbow Glen Drive to assist a resident with a reported waterheater fire, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal.

Firefighters extinguish small fire in apartment complex

Firefighters kept a small fire in an apartment complex contained to a water heater closet on Sunday evening in Santa Clarita. Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to reports…

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Fire officials respond to reports of burn victim
File photo. Rescue Helicopter 16 of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. Signal Photo, Cory Rubin.

Fire officials respond to reports of burn victim

A burn patient was airlifted from Canyon Country on Sunday afternoon. Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to reports of a burn victim just after 2 p.m. on Tick…

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Edison helicopters checking lines in Santa Clarita
Residents made calls to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's station to report a low flying helicopter hovering over areas of SCV during the holiday weekend, Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Edison helicopters checking lines in Santa Clarita

Over the past couple of days, many may have seen a low flying blue-and-red or red-and-white helicopter in the Saugus area. The helicopter is a contractor for Southern California Edison…

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An offer of meals, murder, mystery and more
Props from Le Chene's murder mystery theater help immerse their guests in the experience. Juan Alonso

An offer of meals, murder, mystery and more

From C. Auguste Dupin to Nancy Drew, there are few things more satisfying that a classic “whodunnit” mystery. How about stepping into the detective’s shoes and cracking the case open yourself? Here are some local upcoming opportunities for Santa Clarita to get their inner “Sherlock Holmes” on.

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Reckless driver ends with traffic collision in Castaic
Reports of a reckless driver ended in a traffic collision on northbound Interstate 5 at Hasley Canyon Road around 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Reckless driver ends with traffic collision in Castaic

Reports of a reckless driver ended in a traffic collision on northbound Interstate 5 Sunday evening, officials said. Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to reports of “the termination…

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Firefighters respond to commercial business fire
Firefighters knocked down a fire at a Newhall business on Arch Street within 30 minutes on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019. Gilbert Bernal/The Signal

Firefighters respond to commercial business fire

Firefighters knocked down a fire at a Newhall business within 30 minutes on Sunday evening. At approximately 5:30 p.m., Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to reports of a…

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Robert Lamoureux: Air conditioning woes and water damage
Robert Lamoureux has more than 40 years of experience as a general contractor, with separate licenses in electrical and plumbing contracting. He owns IMS Construction Inc. in Valencia. His opinions are his own, not necessarily those of The Signal. Opinions expressed in this column are not meant to replace the recommendations of a qualified contractor after that contractor has made a thorough visual inspection. Email questions to Robert at [email protected]

Robert Lamoureux: Air conditioning woes and water damage

Question No. 1Hi Robert,I live in an upper condo unit and replaced the air conditioning two years ago, including the check of condensation drain to be clear. Who shares liability…

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What employers should know about 2020 laws
Attorney Brian Koegle speaks during Poole & Shaffery's 2018 Employment Law Update on Tuesday at the Hyatt Regency Valencia. Steve Kiggins/The Signal

What employers should know about 2020 laws

Many of the bills Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law will soon be taking effect in 2020, several of which are expected to impact California employers. While a few themes…

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A passion for the call of the wild
Paul Pondella checks the teeth on four-year-old Wakahn during the educational program at Shadowland Foundation in Lake Hughes. Dan Watson/The Signal

A passion for the call of the wild

Paul Pondella, who is often referred to as “the Wolf Whisperer,” is more comfortable around wolves than he is people. In fact, it was his love for animals and the…

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