Sheriff seeks public’s help in Stevenson Ranch shooting
Jeremy Hernandez is sought in connection with a shooting in Stevenson Ranch Saturday.

Sheriff seeks public’s help in Stevenson Ranch shooting

Lancaster Sheriff’s Station detectives are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect involved in an investigation into an attempted murder investigation arising from a shooting in Stevenson Ranch…

Trump moves to make FEMA resources available for California
President Donald Trump

Trump moves to make FEMA resources available for California

President Donald Trump moved Sunday to make additional federal resources available to California, according to White House officials. FEMA announced federal emergency aid is available for California to supplement state,…

Solo-vehicle crash sends one to hospital
A traffic collision on Highway 14 left one vehicle down an embankment and sent one person to the hospital on Sunday, March 22, 2020. Bobby Block/The Signal

Solo-vehicle crash sends one to hospital

A traffic collision on Highway 14 Sunday afternoon left one vehicle down an embankment and sent one person to the hospital. Los Angeles County Fire Department officials responded to reports…

Ninth SCV coronavirus case confirmed
Coronavirus. Courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control

Ninth SCV coronavirus case confirmed

Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials confirmed one additional COVID-19 case in the Santa Clarita Valley Sunday morning. “I just got word of one more positive,” Henry Mayo spokesman Patrick Moody…

Holocaust survivor, Anne Frank’s stepsister, visits the SCV
Rabbi Ron Hauss sits down with Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss, left to right, for a livestreamed interview at Chabad of SCV on Sunday, March 15, 2020. Courtesy

Holocaust survivor, Anne Frank’s stepsister, visits the SCV

Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss truly believes her life has been full of miracles, “which is one of the reasons why I'm still sitting here,” she said. Hundreds of Santa Clarita…

Making the most of increased family time
Meadows Elementary Students Avalon Tarlow, right, and Jacob Patton exercise their creativity at a "pop-up playground event" on their campus Thursday morning. February 20, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal

Making the most of increased family time

It’s been a week since schools in the Santa Clarita Valley closed, meaning kids, as well as parents, have been stuck primarily indoors due to the coronavirus and dreary weather.…

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