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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
Memorial Day 2017 at the Antelope Valley Cemetery

The historic Lancaster Cemetery, part of the Antelope Valley Cemetery District, located in the heart of the City of Lancaster, will host a Memorial Day ceremony at 9 a.m., May 29 at the Veterans Court of Honor. Thomas is a former fighter pilot and test pilot who was deployed with the 10th Tactical Fighter Squadron to Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm.


Tech Sgt. Michael Burd gets a community send-off at Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., standing with Antelope Valley businessmen Harry Engel and Kevin Sanders, who founded Beers For The Brave.

15-year-old pedestrian killed in front of family after suspected drunken driver loses control

A 15-year-old boy was fatally struck by a vehicle whose driver had swerved to avoid crashing into a pair of stopped vehicles in Lancaster. A 15-year-old boy was fatally struck by a vehicle whose driver had swerved to avoid crashing into a pair of stopped vehicles in Lancaster.

Around the Air Force: May 16

On this look around the Air Force, Dr. Heather Wilson is sworn in as the 24th Secretary of the Air Force, Airmen are being encouraged to share their ideas for revitalizing squadrons, and Air University has cancelled Squadron Officer School Class 17G. Bob Alvis welcomes local veterans advocate Dennis Anderson to the first installment of AV Veterans Talk, presented by Aerotech News and Review.

LA sheriff says feds should restore military gear for police

In this Oct. 13, 2016 file photo, Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell carries slain deputy Steve Owen's hat as the hearse arrives at the Lancaster Baptist Church for a memorial service in Lancaster, Calif. Owen was shot on Oct. 5 as he answered a report of a burglary at an apartment building in the city north of Los Angeles.

Meet the Malibu lawyer who is upending California's political system, one town at a time

Kevin Shenkman, 38, at a restaurant in Venice, has spent the last few years suing or threatening to sue California cities that elect their councils in at-large elections. Kevin Shenkman, 38, at a restaurant in Venice, has spent the last few years suing or threatening to sue California cities that elect their councils in at-large elections.


A shoot in the Mojave desert when it's 110 degrees helps the actor and director craft a military tale set in Iraq When director Doug Liman and actor Aaron Taylor-Johnson set out to make the new psychological thriller " The Wall ," they had no idea how harsh the conditions in Lancaster, California, would be. Shot when it was 110 degrees Fahrenheit in Southern California's Mojave desert on a set made to resemble a desert in Iraq, " The Wall " tells the story of two American soldiers pinned down by a sniper, with only a crumbling prayer wall between them.

Washington State the favorite for four-star quarterback

While it's still early in the 2018 recruiting cycle, and many things can change, a plethora of the nation's top quarterback prospects have already given verbal commitments. The good news for Washington State is that they're well positioned to land one of the best uncommitted signal caller's left on the board.

Yet Another Airline Brawl Gets Downright Vicious, This Time On A Southwest Flight

Video of another passenger brawl has surfaced, this time aboard a Southwest Airlines flight that landed in Burbank, California, the ABC affiliate in Los Angeles reported Tuesday. In footage that another traveler filmed , two men can be seen wrestling into the seats before one gets the upper-hand and punches the other repeatedly.

Caught on video: Fistfight erupts on Southwest jet as it taxis to gate in Burbank, Calif.

A Southwest Airlines jet coming into the gate at a California airport was the scene of a full-blown fistfight, another on-plane incident that was caught on cellphone video. Caught on video: Fistfight erupts on Southwest jet as it taxis to gate in Burbank, Calif.

Babysitter convicted of babya s death

LANCASTER >> A Palmdale woman was convicted today of second-degree murder and other charges stemming from the death of a nearly 5-month-old boy who was left in her care last year. Brittany Ann Ingrassi, 21, was found guilty of one count each of second- degree murder, assault on a child causing death, assault on a child becoming comatose and child abuse.

Antelope Valley transit service stalls as bus operator strike continues

Local bus service in Lancaster and Palmdale was canceled and commuter routes were cut back Monday as Antelope Valley bus operators entered the fourth day of a strike over salaries, benefits and disciplinary policies with the private firm that pays them. The strike is the third in less than two months for the 120 operators who drive the Antelope Valley Transit Authority's fleet of buses but who are employed by Transdev, a French firm that provides drivers for dozens of U.S. transportation agencies.

Search Warrants Target Palmdale Mayor

Palmdale residents are calling for Mayor Jim Ledford to take a leave of absence while he is investigated for possible public corruption. Patrick Healy reports for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 5, 2017.

Man Put Into Coma in Baseball Bat Attack Outside Del Taco

Family members embrace and cry when pleading for help to find the person who attacked their loved one with a baseball bat in Lancaster on April 28, 2017. The family of a man put into a coma after being beat by someone wielding a baseball pleaded for the public's help to find the attacker.

Vet home resident remembers life in Air Force

Syble Josephine Winn is the newest resident at the William J. "Pete" Knight Veterans Home in Lancaster, Calif. She says she's not been there long enough to have found her "BFF" but says she has met many friendly people.

Leading the way

Schaefer takes time to visit each ALS class, which consists mainly of senior airmen who are taking their first Air Force Professional Development course. The general talked about his and the Air Force's leadership philosophy, the state of the Air Force and the unique mission at Edwards.

Palmdale mayor should take leave following DA raids, says city councilman

LANCASTER >> Palmdale City Councilman Austin Bishop requested that Mayor James C. Ledford temporarily step aside after the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office raided Ledford's home and office earlier this week. Bishop held a news conference Friday morning at a law enforcement appreciation day luncheon in Lancaster and proposed reforms to protect the "integrity, honesty and transparency in the City of Palmdale" while the mayor is investigated.

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