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A Fresh Approach To The Fight Against Childrens Cancer

The Michael Hoefflin Foundation for Children’s Cancer and FreshWorks California Grill in Valencia have teamed up for a delicious fundraising event on Friday, March 4th. 

Runner Introduces His Transportation Bill Package

Senator Runner will Author Transportation Legislation Geared to Building Roads Quicker

(SACRAMENTO) --- As transportation gridlock worsens and exploding population growth threatens to exacerbate the crisis, Senator George Runner (R- Santa Clarita/Antelope Valley) has introduced two legislative measures that will provide drivers with new roads without years and years of bureaucratic delay.

Teens Wear Bracelets to Prevent Deaths

Teens are trying to raise awareness in of reckless driving in Santa Clarita....

They say "No more" reckless driving and that teenagers should "know more" by wearing the bracelets...

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

Val Verde Honors Black History Month

There’s nothing like the feel of a warm creature in the palms of your hands — in this case, an Emperor scorpion — to drive home the reality of life from another country. . .

Injured Boy Rescued By Helicopter

A 12-year-old boy with a broken leg, stuck halfway up a menacing hillside in Castaic, was rescued by paramedics in a dramatic nighttime save Saturday evening...

From Sunny Skies to Hail Storm

A warm, sunny morning turned abruptly stormy Friday as hail and rain pelted the Santa Clarita Valley.
    “The hail was the size of marbles coming down,” said Mike Long, telecommunications manager at The Master’s College, where a baseball game with Azusa Pacific University was called because of rain and hail Friday afternoon.
“It sounded like a bomb going off,” said Betty O’Brien, switchboard operator at the Newhall college. “Kids were sliding around on their bellies in the baseball field.”

Judge Denies Lower Bail for Sex Offender

A registered sex offender appeared in the Newhall Courthouse to be arraigned on new charges Friday while his worried neighbors gathered on the street near Canyon High School.

College of the Canyons Fundraiser

The College of the Canyons Center for Early Childhood Education Circle of Friends, a support and fund-raising group for the college's Children's Center and Early Childhood Education Training
Program will hold their fifth annual "drum circle" event at 5 p.m., Saturday, March 5, 2005.