Kaiser donates $1 million to combat coronavirus
Kaiser Permanente.

Kaiser donates $1 million to combat coronavirus

To aid public health organizations that are combating the spread of COVID-19, Kaiser Permanente contributed $1 million to strengthen the organizations’ infrastructure and response systems.  “Public-private collaboration and intergovernmental coordination…

District Attorney: beware of COVID-19 scams
Unofficial votes counted as of Tuesday afternoon show that incumbent District Attorney Jackie Lacey has fallen below the 50%-plus-one-vote threshold, which would result in a runoff election in November against the second-highest vote-getter. Courtesy.

District Attorney: beware of COVID-19 scams

Due to the growing concern surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office is cautioning the county to be aware of scammers offering treatment for COVID-19…

Second positive test for COVID-19 confirmed
Los Angeles County Seal.

Second positive test for COVID-19 confirmed

The second positive test for the novel coronavirus or COVID-19, has been confirmed by Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital officials Saturday morning.  “We do have a second positive (case),” said Patrick…

UPDATE: Local events canceled in light of coronavirus
David Thornbury performs some trick roping for a picture with Sonia and Zachary Hill at the 24th annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival at William S. Hart Park in Old Town Newhall. Signal file photo

UPDATE: Local events canceled in light of coronavirus

To slow the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, some local events that were slated to take place in the coming weeks have been canceled.  Some of these events will…

Health policies during the coronavirus outbreak
Washing your hands, with soap and water, for at least 20 seconds is an everyday step the community can take to prevent the spread of viruses. Metro creative.

Health policies during the coronavirus outbreak

In an ever-changing situation, health officials are continuing to follow policies that were set in place by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention amid the coronavirus outbreak.  “We are…

Churches response to COVID-19
Hundreds of people attend weekly services at Real Life Church in Valencia. Dan Watson for The Signal

Churches response to COVID-19

Following the latest updates on the coronavirus, or COVID-19, outbreak, local churches are taking steps to slow and limit the spread in their congregations.  There has been one confirmed case…

UPDATE: local events canceled in light of coronavirus
Six Flags Magic Mountain halted operations due to inclement weather Monday as a wet storm moved into the Santa Clarita Valley. Austin Dave/The Signal

UPDATE: local events canceled in light of coronavirus

To slow the spread of the coronavirus, or COVID-19, some local events that were slated to take place in the coming weeks have been canceled.  At this time, it is…

SCV law enforcement, first responders deal with coronavirus threat
The Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station

SCV law enforcement, first responders deal with coronavirus threat

While no confirmed cases of COVID-19 have yet been reported in Santa Clarita, local law enforcement officials and first responders are taking steps to mitigate potential exposure. Los Angeles County…

State, county health officials suggest statewide ban of large gatherings
Signal file photo of the state's Capitol building in Sacramento

State, county health officials suggest statewide ban of large gatherings

State and county public health experts have suggested that gatherings of 250 people or more be canceled or postponed for the coming weeks.  This suggestion is in effect until at…

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