One dead after motorcycle collision on 5 freeway
A Los Angeles County Coroner's van prepares to transport a motorcyclist who was killed in a crash Sunday, Sept. 16. Ryan Mancini/The Signal

One dead after motorcycle collision on 5 freeway

California Highway Patrol officers are investigating a fatal collision between a motorcycle and car Sunday morning in the southbound lanes of I-5, near Balboa Boulevard.

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Elks Lodge raises funds with annual car show and chili cook off
People came out to the Elks Lodge Car and Bike show, checking out several of the rides present/ Skylar Barti The SIgnal

Elks Lodge raises funds with annual car show and chili cook off

Raising money to help local and national charities, the Santa Clarita Elks Lodge 2379 hosted its sixth annual Car and Bike Show, which included a chili cook-off, boutique and more, Saturday.

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Sheriff’s deputies respond to report of a man with a gun in Newhall
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Sheriff’s deputies respond to report of a man with a gun in Newhall

Deputies arrested a man Sunday morning, after he allegedly threatened his girlfriend with a firearm at his Newhall home, according to Sgt. Scott Shoemaker of the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.

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Sheriff’s search for man connected to Joe’s Liquor armed robbery
Sheriff's deputy sits outside Joe's Liquor after an armed robbery/Skylar Barti The Signal

Sheriff’s search for man connected to Joe’s Liquor armed robbery

Sheriff’s deputies are searching for a suspect in connection to the armed robbery of Joe’s Liquor in Canyon Country on Sunday afternoon, officials said.

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Looking back: How Labor Day became a national holiday
High winds bulow the American flag flying over Rio Norte Junior High School in Valencia on Friday, Dec. 2, 2016. Dan Watson/Signal

Looking back: How Labor Day became a national holiday

For over a century, Americans have celebrated the first Monday of September as Labor Day, though the celebrations of today differ from when the holiday was first observed.

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Battle LA Flag Football World Championship Tour visits Santa Clarita
Team Booming's Brandon Goffner tries to throw against Thundercats' Austin Barlow during Battle LA/Skylar Barti

Battle LA Flag Football World Championship Tour visits Santa Clarita

Battling for $10,000 and bragging rights, 40 teams from around the country huddled up at Central Park to compete in the Flag Football World Championship Tour Battle LA. Battle Los…

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Route 66 Classic Grill seeks TV thief
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Route 66 Classic Grill seeks TV thief

Route 66 Classic Grill is asking the community for any information on a thief who stole the patio television from the Canyon Country restaurant Saturday after midnight. The thief approached…

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Concerts in the Park caps its 2018 season with 40oz to Freedom
Crowds gather infront of the stage for Concerts in the Park final show featuring 40oz to Freedom/Skylar Barti

Concerts in the Park caps its 2018 season with 40oz to Freedom

As summer simmers down, thousands rocked out at Central Park to the sublime sounds of 40oz to Freedom, capping off the 2018 season of the city’s Concerts in the Park series.

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