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Addicted

A micro-documentary series highlighting the local drug crisis in the Santa Clarita Valley.

Ep. 7: “Saved a Wretch Like Me”

The sheriff’s department hits an apartment in search of drug dealers. Jennifer and Mason graduate from rehab.

Ep. 6: “No Consequences”

A mother heartbreakingly describes losing her daughter as Sheriff Jim McDonnell and County Supervisor Kathryn Barger grapple with state laws reducing consequences for drug abuse. A local deputy tries to get a couple help after finding them sleeping in a dumpster enclosure.

Ep. 5: “Losing a Brother”

Dillon makes strides toward sobriety as county officials work to determine if Jennifer should keep her baby. Mason recalls losing his brother to a fatal drug overdose.

Fast Talk

Watch student-athletes blaze through the drops and loops of Magic Mountain as they are interviewed by The Signal’s Sports Reporter, Hailey Sawyer.

Fast Talk: Whitten Dominguez

Sports Editor, Haley Sawyer interviews Hart High School’s Whitten Dominguez on Six Flags Magic Mountain’s oldest rollercoaster, Gold Rusher. Fast Talk is a series where we interview athletes with a twist…literally.

First Bite

There is nothing better than the first bite, join The Signal’s Crystal Daun as she ventures to new restaurants and exclusive dishes in the Santa Clarita Valley. 

Black Bear Diner

Black Bear Diner opens Monday! But, we got a sneak peak at what is rumbling inside. Here’s the debut of First Bite with Crystal Duan, a look a Santa Clarita’s new and established restaurants.

The series starts this summer.

First Responders

Take a look into the lives of first responders as they face new battles every day.

Meeting the Brave

Discover the brave local heroes as they share their stories with the community.

Jacob P. Miller, USMC Afghanistan War

Jacob P. Miller was born November 2, 1986, in Granada Hills, California, but he grew up in Canyon Country graduating from Canyon High School June 17, 2005. Jake was popular and an excellent baseball player for Canyon’s Cowboys lettering all four years playing 2nd and 3rd base.

Dick Ramsey, World War II

Propelled by the tragic outcome of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dick Ramsey stepped forward and served his country, a nation still healing from assault.

Gordon Rogers, World War II

After enduring tragedy in childhood, Gordon Rogers went on to perform one of the most hair-raising duties during World War II as a teenager, participating in America’s massive offensive to pulverize Hitler’s Nazi Germany.

Storytellers

Learn from three twenty somethings about how they each tackle new challenges in life. 

Family fights the odds to give 2-year-old son life

For the first time since birth two and a half years ago, Elliot Andrew Newcomb entered his Saugus home. Elliot has since been in an intensive care unit for a developed chronic lung disease known as bronchopulmonary dysplasia, or BPD.

Reporter Michele Lutes has the story how his family is sharing their love for Elliot.

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