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Officials Seeking Homeless Shelter Site

Deputies working for Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich hope for a planning meeting in early January to pinpoint a site for a permanent homeless shelter that has been in the works....

The deputies plan to brainstorm with the nonprofit Santa Clarita Community Development Corporation to determine a suitable location.  The CDC has operated an emergency winter shelter for the last seven years, but the Canyon Country shelter was closed in October when the City Council refused to renew the lease for the property.

Santa Clarita Fund Established For Tsunami Victims

Our local Santa Clarita Valley American Red Cross has established a separate fund for Tsunami Victims. All donations will go directly to the American Red Cross International Response Fund, coming from the residents of Santa Clarita. Please write Tsunami Relief Fund on your checks. Make checks payable to the American Red Cross.

Your donations will show support is coming directly from the Santa Clarita Valley, rather than simply coming from individual donations.

 

Rain Continues, Mobile Home Park Flooded Again

For at least the fifth time in three months, the entrance/exit to the Polynesian Mobile Home Park in Newhall has flooded, frustrating and trapping residents Tuesday evening....

The floods come as a result of the latest Pacific storm which moved through the Santa Clarita Valley on Monday and Tuesday.

Former Signal Editor, Dies at the Age of 60

Former Signal Editor Charles R. “Chuck” Cook died following complications from a stroke at Loma Linda Hospital on Sunday. He was 60 years old.

Newhall Mobile Home Park Flooded Again

Residents of the Polynesian Moblie Home Park, on the corner of San Fernando Road and Sierra Highway, are trapped once again....

The mobile home park has only one entrance and below it are two wide metal pipes under which a creek flows.  It has flooded now for the third time in three months as a results of the last few rainstorms passing through the SCV.


More on this story can be found in today's Signal.

Winter Storm Warnings Blanket the Southland

The rain is forecast to continue today and into tomorrow, which could be heavy at times....  There are advisories posted most of the day for high winds, potential flash flooding, and treacherous driving conditions, especially in the higher elevations where snow is possible.

No Fatalities Over the Weekend

The California Highway Patrol reports good news from the Christmas Holiday weekend -- there were few arrests and no fatalities on Santa Clarita roads....

Ironically, the number of DUI arrests were up (seven over the weekend) but collisions were down. 


CHP Officer Diana Johnson said there were no fatalities, which is of course, the biggest concern.


More on this story is in today's Signal.

Horse Injured Monday

At about 1:50 a.m. Monday near San Fernando Road and Sierra Highway in Newhall, a vehicle struck a horse that had gotten loose from a nearby ranch....

A veterinarian tended to the injured horse, and the driver of the vehicle was not injured.


 

Quake and Related Tsunami Kill Thousands

Sunday's 9.0 magnitude earthquake in Sri Lanka has registered as the 4th most powerful earthquake in recorded history...More on the earthquake and updated aftermath totals can be found in today's Signal.

Valencia Students to Enter National Contest

Valencia High students will produce a short film to enter in a national contest developed by the nonprofit agency Impact Nation....

The goal of Impact Nation, a division of the Radley Center, is to reach out to children across the nation to have an impact on their communities....


More on this story can be found in today's Signal.