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Second Player of the Week from Canyon High!

Congratulations to Roxy Camuso of Canyon High's Swim Team for being chosen as the Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week!

Roxy had a CIF qualifying time in the 200 freestyle in a meet against Saugus, and finished in a time of 1:58.58. 

For her acheivements, Lockheed Federal Credit Union is donating $250 to the Canyon High School booster club.


Oil Stayed Away from Lake

Apparently the worst is over for Pyramid Lake, where 126,000 gallons of crude oil gushed out of a broken pipeline on an unstable hillside....

Most of the oil has been sucked into barrels and stored, according a representative from the United States Forest Service.

There were health concerns after the spill, especially after officials rescued a duck Tuesday which seemed to be affected, but the duck is just "feisty" according to Forest Service spokesman Robert Brady.


The California Department of Transportation  (Caltrans) will close the following lanes of the Golden State Freeway (I-5) and State Route 126 as part of a $24-million project to improve the I-5/126 Interchange, from Monday, April 4 through Friday, April 8:

Bank Robbery Suspect Arrested

A Canyon Country man, Russel Braden, was arrested for failing to appear in court for a narcotics progress report.  It turns out he is also the suspect in three recent Santa Clarita Bank robberies....

No one was injured in the three robberies -- one at the Citibank on Soledad Canyon on January 10th, the Union Bank on Lyons Avenue on March 10th, and the Citibank on Lyons Avenue on March 15th. 

Witnesses and security cameras show a man with a shaved head and a mustache as the robber, which matches Braden's profile.

Antonovich Supports Continued Emergency Storm Action

The Board of Supervisors has unanimously approved extension of the emergency declaration initiated by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich to repair damaged roads and flood control facilities due to the winter rainstorms.

I-5 and Route 126 Update

ON-RAMP TO WESTBOUND STATE ROUTE 126 AT THE OLD ROAD CLOSES; ALTERNATE ACCESS AT HENRY MAYO DRIVE.As part of the ongoing the I-5/126 Interchange improvement project near Santa Clarita, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) has permanently closed the on-ramp to westbound State Route 126 at the Old Road near the I-5/126 Interchange.  Access to westbound State Route 126 can now be obtained from Henry Mayo Drive.  Signs are posted to assist motorists.

Investigation Continues at Valencia High

Sheriff's investigators continue their search for one or more individuals who caused at least $1,700 in damage at Valencia High School after tossing a Molotov cocktail into a secretary's office....

Sheriff's Deputies say that it seems that teenagers committed the crime, perhaps some at the school who were retalliating after a drug investigation took place on campus last week.

If you have any information about the crimes, please call the Sheriff's Department at (661) 255-1121.

More on this story is in today's Signal.

Lockheed Federal Credit Union Player of the Week

Congratulations to Anthony DiGiacomo of CanyonHigh School for being selected as a “Player of the Week.”



Bouquet Canyon To Open All Lanes

Great news! Bouquet Canyon Road, will open all lanes by 7pm on March 31st.

The road has been closed, north of Vasquez since the January floods due to extensive damage. Individual lanes have been open, but now, LA County Public Works informs KHTS that all lanes will be opened by March 31st, if weather permits.

Work will continue throughout the spring, so occasional lane closures may still occur.


Henry Mayo Breaks Ground On New Emergency Department

As other hospital close their doors, Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, the  only provider of emergency and trauma services in the Santa Clarita Valley, will begin expansion of the Emergency Department (ED) to include adequate space and state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and treat trauma and critical care patients.