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Man Killed after Ejection from Vehicle

Victim reportedly the lone passenger not wearing safety belt in afternoon crash that stalled the 5 freeway traffic for hours.A man was killed when the SUV he was riding in rolled over for unknown reasons on the 5 freeway in Castaic Thursday, an official said.  The SUV's driver was arrested for suspicion of vehicular manslaughter & taken to a local hospital to be treated for minor injuries...  Get the whole story in Friday's Signal.

Governor Backs Jessicas Law

Schwarzenegger joins state Senator George Runner to kick off signature drive in Burbank.The proposed 2006 ballot measure would toughen penalties for sex offenders in the state...  Get the full story in Friday's Signal.

Sewage, More Acreage Goal for Landfill

Val Verde officials stress community involvement as Chiquita Canyon facility owners consider changes.The Chiquita Canyon Landfill near Val Verde is seeking to expand not only in size by 98 acres, but also by being able to treat raw sewage.  See the story in Thursday's Signal.

Two Arrested for Allegedly Firing at Guard

Two men were arrested Tuesday on suspicion of firing with Airsoft rifles at a security guard in a housing tract.  Joshua Friedman, 19, and Mathew Audelo, 18, were arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, According to a statement released by Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station. A lone security guard was patrolling Tesoro del Valle Community Park at 8:10 p.m.

Hart Racism Lawsuit Put on Hold

A lawsuit filed by four students against the Hart district is on a temporary hold to

permit fact-finding and a possible resolution to the parties’ differences.




Chautauqua Series: Mountain Lions in L.A.

In the 1920's & 30's, Temescal Canyon in the Pacific Palisades was home to the largest independent Chautauqua in the nation, which featured music, art, science, & religious programming under the canopy of oaks & beside the stream...Ocotber 25th, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservation Authority & Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority will present the seventh program in the new Chautauqua series, "Mountain Lions in Los Angeles," a lecture by National Park Service wildlife biologist Dr.

Trees Reported Vandalized - City Planning Removal

Canyon Country residents might have taken matters into their own hands to get rid of several street-side pine trees, a city official said this week. City Spokeswoman Gail Ortiz said six pine trees on Shadow Pines Boulevard near Soledad Canyon Road were vandalized and must be removed.  “They are in the process of dying,” she said Tuesday.

Hart District Dumps Blue Barrel for Burrtec

The school board approves new three-year deal for trash disposal...The Hart district is changing its trash disposal company, but will save only a nominal amount of money.  See the full story in Wednesday's Signal.

Stevenson Ranch School Zones Get Solar Flashers

Los Angeles – Solar powered flashers will be installed adjacent to school zones in Stevenson Ranch and throughout Los Angeles County, announced Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich.