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Metrolink Ridership Up

Officials say it's too early to attribute increase solely to rising gas prices. Ridership's up 9 percent compared to last month, an official said Tuesday, but added that the increase can't definitely be linked to skyrocketing gas prices.

Shipping Co. Delivers First COC Check

Payment for performing arts center endowment received one day before promised September 1 date.

After months of contract negotiations, COC has received its first check as part of a $2 million endowment for the school's performing arts center.


See the story in today's Signal.

COC Offering a Video Game Animation Certificate

College of the Canyons is now offering a new Video Game Animation certificate program that is designed to prepare students to enter the booming video game industry. The certificate program is two-year course of study that will aim to provide students with the necessary skills needed in traditional animation and training in modern technology.

Man Killed in Sierra Highway Crash

Suspect charged with felony manslaughter, has previous arrests, deportation on record...

A 38-year-old Littlerock man was arrested for investigation of felony manslaughter after his car slammed head-on into a motorcycle while he was allegedly driving recklessly on Sierra Highway near Agua Dulce early Tuesday.

See the story in today's Signal.

Dodgers Beat Giants 4-2

The Dodgers beat the San Francisco Giants 4-2 in the second game of their three game series.  Jeff Kent hit a 2-run homer in the bottom of the 10th to win the game in dramatic fashion.  Tune in to Santa Clarita's only radio station, KHTS AM-1220, on Wednesday at 6:30pm for the final game in the series.

Castaic Schools Raise Diversity Awareness

Officials develop plan to guide positive human relations in district...

As the SCV continues to grow diverse, Castaic Union School district has decided to do something to raise awareness.


See the story in today's Signal.

AutoSpa Charity Car Wash For Red Cross

AutoSpa Charity Car Wash

100 Percent of the Proceeds Benefit

The American Red Cross

Hurricane Relief Fund

Officials Arrest Stabbing Suspect

A Newhall man was arrested Monday after he allegedly stabbed one person in the chest...

He eluded sheriff's deputies for nearly three hours.


Get the facts in today's Signal.

Unitarian Universalists Preparing Hygiene Kits for Katrina Victims

Our local Santa Clarita Unitarian Universalist Church is seeking donations of items from individuals and businesses to package as hygeine kits.
The Holiday Inn Express has donated 1500 bars of soap, some shampoo and shower caps. Dr. Robert Meeker, DDS has donated 96 adult and 74 children's toothbrushes.

They are still looking for the following items:

Deodorant, Wet Wipes Kleenex, Combs, Toothpaste, Razors, Lotion, Tampons & Pads , Waterless Soap, Power Bars, etc, as well as clear baggies for packaging the kits.

Unitarian Universalists Coordinate This Year’s Charity CROP Walk in SCV

SANTA CLARITA, CA – 04 Sept 2005 – This year’s CROP Walk to help alleviate world hunger was sponsored by The Santa Clarita Interfaith Council and coordinated by Rev. Ricky Hoyt, minister of the Santa Clarita Unitarian Universalist congregation.

The walk, held in the morning on Labor Day, Monday, September 5, was moved from being held on Veteran’s Day in previous years, which can fall on a work day, so that more people could participate on the Monday holiday.