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The Civic Musical Road was built by Honda in Lancaster in 2008. It consisted of a .25 mile road with rumble strip-like grooves to produce music. The song that played if driven over is the Finale of the William Tell Overture. It was paved over later that year, because the noise level of the music produced bothered residents of Lancaster who lived nearby. A month later it was recreated, this time further from residential areas.

Population: 118718
Local Newspapers: Antelope Valley Press Santa Clarita Signal LA Times
Local Sports Teams: Lancaster Jet Hawks
Local Colleges: Antelope Valley College University of Antelope Valley

Zip Codes associated with lancaster, california: 93534 93535 93536
Towns/Cities near lancaster, california : Rosamond Quartz Hill Palmdale Littlerock Mojave Edwards AFB

Lancaster News
Patrol car hits fleeing suspect in Lancaster

A 19-year-old Lancaster man suspected of assaulting and kidnapping his girlfriend was struck by a sheriff's patrol cruiser as he attempted to run from deputies Thursday night. The episode began when Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies received a report of a man assaulting a woman in the 1000 block of East Avenue J, shortly after 10 p.m., according to Deputy Trina Schrader, a department spokesman.

Man Found Guilty of Killing Mother of 3 in 1978

On the evening of Dec. 3, 1978 Leslie Long, 20, married and mother of three, was robbed by two men at gunpoint while working at a gas station in Palmdale. A man was convicted Thursday of the 1978 killing of a mother of three who worked the night shift at a Palmdale gas station.

A classic car shop where at-risk kids learn to build a future

"I ... had to grow up fast in an environment with drugs and alcohol, physical abuse," Valencia said. "Not having stability took me down."

Motorcyclist killed in Sept. 2 crash on Highway 138 ID'd

Evan Mitchell Guest, 26, of Lancaster, was identified by San Bernardino County Sheriff-Coroner division officials as the man involved in a fatal crash on Highway 138 that day. California Highway Patrol officials previously stated Guest was headed west on Highway 138, approaching Ponderosa Road, in a 2007 Harley-Davidson and reportedly failed to noticed a Chevrolet van stopped in front of him.

Amber Alert lifted after mother and 3 young sons turn up at sheriff's station in Lancaster

Police are searching for a woman who may have threatened to harm her three sons, Lloyd Wyatt, Lakai Wyatt and Lexxington Wyatt, as she drove them from Albuquerque to California. Police are searching for a woman who may have threatened to harm her three sons, Lloyd Wyatt, Lakai Wyatt and Lexxington Wyatt, as she drove them from Albuquerque to California.

Young Eagles take to the skies in free airplane rides

Although the line was long at times, the children waited patiently for their turn inside the cockpit. Some chatted nervously while others waited in silence, their excitement growing as the line shortened in front of them.

Woman convicted in 1997 slaying of boyfriend - " Daily News

A 26-year-old woman who was 16 when her boyfriend was beaten with a claw hammer and shot to death in their Lancaster apartment bedroom has been convicted of murder in his slaying. Amy Lynn Preasmyer was found guilty Monday of soliciting a man to kill Ricky Cowles Jr. in 1997 because he got her pregnant and ruined her life, prosecutors said.

Lancaster woman missing, needs medication

Authorities today asked for the public's help in finding a 23-year-old woman who suffers from schizophrenia and bipolar disease and went missing in Lancaster. Monica Rose Nielsen was last seen leaving her Lancaster home around 8 p.m. on Sunday but authorities did not disclose an exact location.

Search for Inmates Who Walked Away From Dublin Prison

The United States Marshals Service said Anna Armstrong, 34, and Irene Michell, 37, walked away from the minimum security federal prison camp in Alameda County at around 7:15 p.m. Monday. Armstrong was serving a 63-month prison sentence for federal narcotics charges.

Health Officials Warn Of Possible Hepatitis-A Exposure By Street Vendor In Lancaster

CBS2 / KCAL9 CBS2/KCAL9 is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country. CBS Studio City Broadcast Center 4200 Radford Avenue Studio City, CA [] Health Officials Warn Of Possible Hepatitis-A Exposure By Street Vendor In Lancaster The vendor was working at the corner of West Avenue L and 20th Street West between Aug. 15-22.

Lancaster street vendor may have exposed consumers to hepatitis A

A worker in downtown San Diego tapes up a sign telling people to get vaccinated to protect themselves against hepatitis A. A worker in downtown San Diego tapes up a sign telling people to get vaccinated to protect themselves against hepatitis A. Fruit sold by a Lancaster street vendor who was infected with hepatitis A might have exposed consumers to the virus, which can cause serious liver disease, Los Angeles County public health officials said Monday in a statement. The possibly contaminated produce was sold at a stand at West Avenue L and 20th Street West in mid-August, officials said.

Vets4Veterans fundraiser coming up

PALMDALE, Calif.-Motorcycles, hot rods, classic cars, food and music will be part of the eighth annual Vets4Veterans car show and poker run Sept. 17 at Poncitln Square.

AVTAa s 60-Foot Articulated Electric Bus Begins New Era in the Global Race to Zero Emissions

The Antelope Valley Transit Authority prepared to make world history this week as a global leader in the Race to Zero Emissions . As part of the conversion of the Antelope Valley's entire fleet to electric buses, their 60-foot articulated bus will be the first fully operational electric bus of its kind in the world, carrying passengers on AVTA's Local Route 1. Passengers are invited to help celebrate this major milestone with complimentary service offered during the bus's maiden voyage on Friday, September 1st.

Electric Bus to Start Rolling in Lancaster

The world's first all-electric articulated bus will roll into service Friday in Lancaster, the Antelope Valley Transit Authority has announced. The 60-foot bus was built in Lancaster by BYD Motors Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Chinese electric vehicle and battery maker BYD Motors Ltd. First delivered to the transit authority in May, the bus has since undergone preparation for service including being outfitted with technology for data collection, performance tracking and surveillance, the transit authority said.

Motorcyclist dies in crash with pickup on 5 Freeway near 210 Freeway

A motorcyclist died early Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017, in a crash with a pickup truck on the southbound 5 Freeway near the 210 Freeway in the Sylmar area. A 54-year-old Lancaster man on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle was killed after he crashed into a Toyota truck that had struck a center divider Tuesday in the Sylmar area.

Southern California heat wave expected to linger through the weekend

The National Weather Service says the Southland will continue to swelter well into next week, bringing triple digit temperatures to inland valleys along with elevated fire danger and the potential for power outages as the Southland continues to swelter. An excessive-heat warning will be in effect through Friday night, but the heat wave is likely to persist until next Thursday, according to the weather service.

On LA Countya s remote north end, the homeless are stuck. Is hope on the horizon?

Richard Gomez, 52, cools off at his camp across the street from the shuttered Lancaster Community Shelter on Thursday, August 25, 2017. Two weeks earlier Gomez was in the hospital with a collapsed lung.

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