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COC to hold screening and discussion of ‘How to Blow Up a Pipeline’

A screening and discussion of the controversially titled film “How to Blow Up a Pipeline,” hosted by the College of the Canyons philosophy department, is meant to spark a discussion on ethics and whether the ends justify the means, according to the dean of the College of Humanities at COC. In a phone interview on Monday, Dean Andy McCutcheon said

L.A County Fire Department Acting Assistant Chief Pat Springel answers questions from local homeowners in regard to the Brush Clearance Program Presentation on Saturday at city hall. Katherine Quezada/The Signal

Residents get informed on brush clearance program  

Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel had an informational meeting at Santa Clarita City Hall to discuss concerns and provide transparency to local homeowners about the county’s brush clearance program

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Tataviam tribe releases strategy for climate resiliency

News release   The Fernandeño Tataviam Band of Mission Indians released the Tribal Climate Resiliency Plan, a blueprint for addressing climate in tribal territory.    As global temperatures rise and the

Politics and government

Bills of 2023 | New law aims to boost clean energy

Editor’s note: The Signal is presenting CalMatters’ wrap-up stories on some of the key bills that reached the governor’s desk at the close of the 2023 legislative session. Here’s the

Making a difference, no matter how small  

Santa Clarita community members of all ages participated in National “Make a Difference Day” on Saturday, giving back to various nonprofit organizations and city sites through community volunteer work.  In

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Castaic Lake algal bloom prompts danger advisory

News release  The state Department of Water Resources is urging people to avoid physical contact with water at Castaic Lake until further notice due to the presence of blue-green algae.