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Palmdale has been a filming location for several movies. Such movies include Mac and Me (1988), Star Trek Generations (1994), Volcano (1997), Bubble Boy (2001), The Terminal (2004), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007), and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (2009). Rapper Afroman has a song entitled "Palmdale," which is about his life growing up in Palmdale. The city lies very close to the San Andreas Fault, making it prone to strong earthquakes.

Population: 116670
Local Newspapers: Antelope Valley Press La Gaceta (Hispanic)
Local Sports Teams: Lancaster Jet Hawks LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: DeVry University Chapman University University of La Verne

Zip Codes associated with palmdale, california: 93550 93551 93552 93591
Towns/Cities near palmdale, california : Littlerock Desert View Heights Agua Dulce Quartz Hill Acton

Palmdale News
Residents speak out against proposed route through northeast San Fernando Valley.

Nina Royal, of Sunland-Tujunga and Safe Angeles Forest for Everyone , hands Dale Gibson a protest sign during the California High-Speed Rail Authority board meeting in Burbank on Thursday, November 15, 2018. California's proposed high-speed rail route in the Southland came into greater focus Thursday, after a state panel gave its backing to its staffers' preferred, 82-mile route between Palmdale and Anaheim.

Reward offered for info on 2016 murder

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, on Tuesday, approved a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction in the 2016 murder of Palmdale resident Jacquarius "Jay" Quinn, an 11th grade student at R. Rex Parris High School. Quinn, 17, was found mortally wounded by Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies at about 8:30 p.m., Nov. 6, 2016, after he was spotted by passersby who saw him laying on the pavement in the 2300 block of Old Harold Road, which is west of 25th Street East and south of Avenue S. He was unconscious and suffering from a gunshot wound to his upper torso.

Ledford to lead final meeting

Mayor Jim Ledford will preside over his last regular City Council meeting Tuesday, having lost re-election to Councilman Steve Hofbauer, who will take the oath of office in December after the election results are certified. With 26 years in office, Ledford is the city's longest-serving elected mayor since its founding in 1962.

Gunny' gets his own boulevard

Ric Norris, president of the Palmdale Hospital Foundation, speaks Saturday at ceremonies adding the name R. Lee Ermey Boulevard to Avenue N. The Young Marines of the Antelope Valley were among the participants Saturday in a ceremony adding the name R. Lee Ermey Boulevard to Avenue N. GUNNY'S ROAD - Betty Ermey, daughter of Marine drill Sgt. R. Lee Ermey, and Charles F. Bostwick, field representative for Los Angeles County 5th District Supervisor Kathryn Barger, show off the new sign for R. Lee Ermey Boulevard during a ceremony Saturday.

First public meeting held about district elections in Vallejo

About 50 community members showed up Thursday night to the first of a series of meetings meant to gather community input about the possibility of moving the Vallejo City Council elections from at-large to district-based. The hour plus gathering was held at Diaz & Loera Centro Latino on Broadway Street as community members learned about the process of converting the six council seats to individual districts with each councilor representing about 19,324 Vallejo residents.

Voters elect new Palmdale mayor

Councilman Steve Hofbauer will take over as mayor of Palmdale next month, the first time the city will have a new mayor in more than a quarter century. Hofbauer beat longtime Mayor Jim Ledford in Tuesday's election by more than 2,000 votes, in semi-official results reported by Los Angeles County election officials, Wednesday.

Dems take House; GOP gains in Senate

The Democrats and their enablers picked up enough momentum to create a comfortable lead in the House of Representatives, which had been dominated by the Republicans. The GOP notched a few more wins in the Senate, giving them a cushion above the 50-vote midpoint line.

Here's Where We're At With Those Hotly Contested CA Congressional Races

All eyes have been on five hotly contested Congressional races in California where Democrats hoped to create a blue wave. While it was impossible to call them on Tuesday night, here's who came out ahead and which races have yet to be called.

Election 2018: GOP Rep. Steve Knight, Democrat Katie Hill square off...

Republican Rep. Steve Knight, left, and Democrat Katie Hill are the candidates in California's 25th congressional district, which covers parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Republican Congressman Steve Knight faces Democratic challenger Katie Hill in a House election that's been one of the nation's most expensive and hard fought, and which has implications far beyond the Los Angeles-area district.

Polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. today

Polls are open today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for Antelope Valley citizens to vote for California state offices, including governor and Assembly, 11 state measures including a repeal of the gas tax, Congressional seats, California City and Palmdale mayor and council seats, Antelope Valley Hospital's Measure H, Palmdale Water District and several local School Boards, plus bond measures for Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District and Wilsona School District. Los Angeles County voters who are not sure where to cast their ballots should visit www.lavote.net or call 800-815-2666.

House candidates make their final push across California

The Nov. 6. midterm election is shaping up as a classic referendum on Donald Trump's presidency, and California is one of the main battlefields as Democrats try to seize control of the House. The party that holds the presidency typically plays defense in a midterm vote.

Our View | Floyd, Bloomberg and Hill Represent NYC, Not SCV

One cowpoke is playing the harmonica, while another dumps the last bit of Pace Picante Sauce onto his plate. But it's not Pace Picante Sauce.

It's time to decide for AV voters

Tuesday is Election Day, and while the 25th ConA gresA sional District race beA tween Rep. Steve Knight and Democrat Katie Hill has garnered naA tioA nal atA tenA tion for the amount of outside money spent, AnA telA ope Valley voters will also have three bond measA ures to consider, the PalmA dale City Council and mayor seats to decide, sevA eral school boards to fill, and two seats on the PalmA dale Water District board to consider. Rep. Kevin McA CarA thy and AsA semA blyA man Tom Lackey are also running for re-election.

Decline of white Republicans on L.A.'s northern outskirts puts GOP at risk in midterm election

Rep. Steve Knight faces a tough challenge from Democratic rival Katie Hill in rapidly changing L.A. suburbs where Republicans no longer dominate. Rep. Steve Knight faces a tough challenge from Democratic rival Katie Hill in rapidly changing L.A. suburbs where Republicans no longer dominate.

Non-stop ads and robocalls: welcome to America's costliest election

Wendy Burke, a voter in California's 25th congressional district, speaks to a reporter during an interview in Palmdale, California, U.S., Oc PALMDALE, Calif. - Wendy Burke has had enough.

Non-stop ads and robocalls: Welcome to America's costliest election

Wendy Burke, a voter in California's 25th congressional district, speaks to a reporter during an interview in Palmdale, California. PALMDALE, California: Wendy Burke has had enough.

Our View | Recap: Our 2018 Endorsements

If you have not yet voted, we encourage you to take the time to review them all and make careful, informed decisions. We have not chosen to endorse in every race up and down the ballot this election season, but in the past few weeks we did offer endorsements on some of the races we believe are especially important to Santa Clarita Valley residents.

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