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Team USA roundup

After Friday’s Opening Ceremony, U.S. Olympians, including a few from the Santa Clarita Valley, wasted no time in chasing down their dreams of making it

Speeding on the ice once more

For some, it’s a love of speed, but for most members of the Santa Clarita Speed Skating Club, it’s been a passion for the sport

SCV native wins bronze at Olympics

Olympic swimmer and Saugus High School graduate Abbey Weitzeil took home a bronze medal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics Saturday. Weitzeil swam the second leg

Water board confident in local water quality

The Santa Clarita Valley Water Agency board of directors felt assured in their agency’s water quality after receiving a presentation Tuesday night about the agency’s 2021 Consumer Confidence Report released in early June.  Ryan Bye, a

Copter airlifts one person in four-car collision in Gorman

Both directions of Interstate 5 in Gorman were briefly closed Saturday afternoon, allowing a helicopter to airlift a patient who had been involved in a four-vehicle traffic collision just before noon.  The helicopter arrived at a local

Firefighters quickly put out residential fire

The Los Angeles County Fire Department extinguished a fire Saturday morning at a unit in a condominium community on Vista del Canon in Canyon Country.  The department was dispatched to the residential fire

Cho enters 38th Assembly District race

Annie Cho, a small-business woman and Realtor, announced this week her candidacy to for the 38th Assembly District, which includes communities in the Santa Clarita, Simi and San Fernando valleys.  “I am running to make

Local 12U team wins Cooperstown tournament

By Nikash Nath For The Signal  Several years of practice and teamwork paid off for the Santa Clarita Heat recently, as the 12U baseball players have been competing together since they were 8 years old. The

America Lopez, Trent Munoz excel in club wrestling

By Ryan Menzie For The Signal  While COVID-19 protocols prevented the California Interscholastic Federation from being able to organize a full season of wrestling competition, grapplers from around the