Casos de COVID-19 aumentan a al menos 139, COC abrirá sitio de prueba
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Casos de COVID-19 aumentan a al menos 139, COC abrirá sitio de prueba

Por Tammy Murga y Lauren Budman En esta edición, cubrimos los últimos casos de COVID-19 en el Valle de Santa Clarita, un centro de pruebas del coronavirus de manejo en…

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One person injured in Newhall traffic collision
Crews clear wreckage from the road after a car slammed into a pole near Railroad ave. in Newhall Tuesday evening. April 07, 2020. Bobby Block / The Signal.

One person injured in Newhall traffic collision

One person was transported to the hospital following a traffic collision in Newhall Tuesday evening. The crash was reported to fire officials by SCV Sheriff’s Station deputies responding to the…

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Family fight over toilet paper ends in arrest
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Family fight over toilet paper ends in arrest

A Saugus man was arrested on suspicion of punching a family member over toilet paper on Monday. Deputies were called to the 28300 block of Mirabelle Lane in Saugus for…

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Newsom discusses playbook for people dealing with the stress of isolation
Gov. Gavin Newsom. Courtesy of the Office of the Governor

Newsom discusses playbook for people dealing with the stress of isolation

Gov. Gavin Newsom discussed Tuesday the importance of recognizing your stress and dealing with it through the helpful steps dictated in the surgeon general’s “stress playbook.”  The playbook includes a…

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Ways older adults can stay healthy and safe
It's important for seniors to stay active, especially during times of stress. Courtesy of Metro Creative

Ways older adults can stay healthy and safe

Life has gotten significantly harder for approximately 6 million Californians age 65 and older, as Gov. Gavin Newsom continues to urge them to stay home to protect themselves from the…

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MV Transportation ramps up efforts to bring city bus drivers protective gear as COVID-19 cases increase
A city bus returns from its morning route at the Transit Maintenance Facility on Constellation Road. Gilbert Bernal \ The Signal

MV Transportation ramps up efforts to bring city bus drivers protective gear as COVID-19 cases increase

Officials with MV Transportation, the independent contractor for the city of Santa Clarita’s transit services, confirmed two additional cases of COVID-19 and said the company is ramping up efforts to…

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SCV health care providers remind residents it is safe to come in
Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital. Dan Watson/The Signal

SCV health care providers remind residents it is safe to come in

While many health care providers have postponed non-emergent appointments and transitioned to telehealth services during the coronavirus pandemic, health care providers in the Santa Clarita Valley say they are continuing…

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College of the Canyons drive-thru testing center expected to open Wednesday
Lot 7 at College of the Canyons will be used for the drive thru testing center. Photo courtesy of College of the Canyons.

College of the Canyons drive-thru testing center expected to open Wednesday

A drive-thru testing center for COVID-19 is scheduled to open Wednesday at College of the Canyons, according to county officials. The site will use a self-administered oral swab that takes…

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