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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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: Lancaster Jet Hawks
Local Colleges: State UniversityAntelope Valley College, University of Antelope Valley

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

Lancaster News
Driver Sought In Deadly Hit-And-Run Accident In LA

LANCASTER -- Sheriff's sought the public's help Sunday in locating the suspect responsible for fatally striking a 42-year-old man in Lancaster. According to the Lancaster Sheriff's Station, deputies were called around 9:20 p.m. Saturday to the intersection of Avenue L and 35th Street West for report of a traffic collision involving a pedestrian. Once on scene, officials located the man lying in the middle of the street. Anyone who may have witnessed the accident is urged to contact the Lancaster Sheriff's Department at 948-8466.

Driver Killed In Lancaster Rollover Crash After Wheel Dislodges

LANCASTER -- The Lancaster Sheriff's Station Traffic Unit is investigating a fatal rollover crash that occurred Friday morning. Preliminary information says the driver of a 1969 Toyota Land Cruiser was traveling westbound on Avenue N near 35th Street West about 50 mph. For unknown reasons, the driver's side rear wheel dislodged from the Toyota, authorities said. The wheel traveled into oncoming traffic and struck an eastbound 2011 Honda Odyssey, causing moderate damage to the vehicle and minor injuries to the Honda driver.

Photos: Avalos Training For War With Carl Frampton

Lancaster, California.' ---' Chris Avalos of Top Rank prepares for his upcoming title challenge against IBF Jr. Featherweight champion Carl Frampton on Feb. 28 at the Odyssey Arena in Frampton's hometown of Belfast, Northern Ireland, to be televised in the U.S. on AWE ' A Wealth of Entertainment. Frampton is promoted by Cyclone Promotions and Avalos is represented by Top Rank Promotions. Avalos is from Lancaster, Ca.' ---'' Photos'by Chris Farina/Top Rank. Tags: photos, Carl Frampton, Chris Avalos, Frampton-Avalos, Frampton vs.

Robert Karr

Karr, 91 Dr. Robert A. Karr, 91, passed away peacefully at home on Jan. 17, 2015 in Lancaster, CA. He served in California, Morocco, Arizona, Misawa, Japan, Edwards AFB, and Elmendorf AFB in Alaska until his retirement from the Air Force on Nov. 1, 1976. Robert is survived by his wife Kathleen Karr, of Lancaster, CA; daughter Vicki Markowski , of Peace Dale, Rhode Island. He was predeceased by his first wife, Charlene, son Robert Karr, and a grandson, Nathan Markowski, and a brother, Charles Karr.

Lancaster Passes Ordinance That Will Impose Fines For Certain Crimes In Wake Of Prop. 47

The Lancaster City Council voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of passing the law it has said will protect citizens and businesses. It is not functioning anymore," Mayor R. Rex Parris said. During Tuesday's council meeting, the public's reaction to the new law was mixed. Kurt Boyer, a homeless advocate, says fines will not be a deterrent to those homeless and addicts. "A $500 fine will never be paid. It's simply not going to happen," said Boyer, who added that the money spent on enforcing the new program could be better used in helping the homeless.

Simulations Plus, Inc. (SLP) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review - New Report Available

2015-02-11 03:57:44 - New Pharmaceuticals research report from GlobalData is now available from Fast Market Research Simulations Plus, Inc. The company's products include GastroPlus, ADMET Predictor, MedChem Studio, DDDPlus, MedChem Designer, ADMET Design Suite, Biorelevant Solubility Database and MembranePlus. Simulations Plus is headquartered in Lancaster, California, the US. Our unbiased, expert staff is always available to help you find the right research to fit your requirements and your budget.

Devastated Family Takes Solace Knowing Daughter Saved Lives

"It's kinda sad when your children die before you do," says Rachelle's father, Gary Adrian. Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies say a car may have been pulling out of a mobile home park on Avenue I near East 20th Street. They say Rachelle may have over-reacted to the driver's intentions, losing control of the bike. Even in those last minutes at Antelope Valley Hospital, it seemed Rachelle continued to give back. The family still has to pay for the medical expenses and are preparing for a funeral in the next week.

Man Accused of Killing Menifee Car Wash Manager Over Missing Clothing Must Stand Trial, Judge Says

Jeremy Joseph Robbins, 38, of Lancaster, faces 15 years to life in prison if convicted of killing 60-year-old Wesley Uyekawa. He had been in Menifee to visit his sister. Uyekawa called 911, and deputies arrived a short time later and took a report from the victim before he was transported to Menifee Valley Medical Center for extreme abdominal pain, according to sheriff's Sgt. Ray Huskey. He said Uyekawa left the hospital later that day. According to an autopsy report, Uyekawa suffered a ruptured small intestine which culminated in blood poisoning.

Coroner's Office Identifies Man Who Died In Lancaster Barricade Fire

LANCASTER -- The man who was found dead after a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department SWAT team tear gas shot tear gas into a Lancaster home, and a fire broke out, has been identified as a 35-year-old convicted felon. Michael Leroy Soares, a Lancaster resident, died in the Thursday incident, the Los Angeles County coroner's office said Saturday. After Soares refused to surrender, and nearby homes were evacuated, the SWAT team "introduced gas into the residence, and ultimately a fire began inside the location," the agency's statement said.

Lancaster barricaded felon found dead after fire identified

The man was identified as Michael Leroy Soares, 35, of Lancaster, said Coroner's Lt. Soares' body was found shortly before midnight Thursday at the scene of a fire in the 45000 block of Gadsden Avenue, according to the sheriff's department. A sheriff's Special Weapons And Tactics Team was summoned to the location about 7:30 p.m. Thursday, after deputies had gone to the home to arrest "a known felon in possession of a firearm," the sheriff's department reported. The cause of death was not immediately released.

Fire breaks out in Lancaster home, suspect barricaded inside

The fire was reported at the residence in the 45000 block of Gadsden Avenue around 11:10 p.m., Los Angeles County Fire Department Supervisor Michael Pittman said. Sheriff's deputies asked firefighters not to approach the residence, where they believed a felon with an outstanding arrest warrant was barricaded, Pittman said. The suspect, whose name has not been released, was located at the residence around 7 p.m., but refused to come out, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Lt.

DUI suspect arrested after Antelope Valley chase

Frank Quichocho, watch commander of the Palmdale Station. Deputies and a sheriff's air unit were told to monitor the Scion in surveillance mode, but as the vehicle got into more populated areas, Quichocho requested the CHP execute a PIT maneuver, which brought the Scion to a stop just after 5 p.m. near a Walmart in the 40100 block of 10th Street West, Quichocho said. Before the Scion was stopped, several of its tires had been deflated by spike strips, but the man kept driving, although at slow rates of speed.

Police Spin Out Scion to End Palmdale Pursuit

The driver of a silver Toyota Scion surrendered after deputies spun the car out, ending a 45-minute pursuit in the High Desert on Thursday. The pursuit, which took place mostly on side streets and didn't get over 50 mph, began in Lancaster on a report of reckless driving. Deputies used spike strips and punctured the Scion's tires during the pursuit. The driver, followed by a line of patrol cars, occasionally went into opposing lanes of traffic and ran through at least one stop sign and ran a red light.

'Power Rangers' Actor Ricardo Medina Jr. to Appear in Court

Ricardo Medina Jr., 36, who played Cole Evans, the Red Lion Wild Force Ranger in the 2002 series, is accused of killing Joshua Sutter, also 36. Medina and Sutter got into an argument that turned physical Saturday afternoon at the Palmdale, California, residence they shared, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. When Medina retreated to his room with his girlfriend, Sutter forced his way into the room, officials said. Medina then stabbed Sutter in the abdomen with a sword kept in his room, authorities said.

Scammers Posing as Parents Target Would-Be Baby Sitters

Scammers posing as parents are targeting would-be nannies and baby sitters with a scheme that's taking their money and leaving them jobless. Once the baby-sitting schedule and price has been negotiated, the scammer promises to send a check to cover the caretaker's salary. The first response she got was an email from a woman claiming to be Australian, saying her family was relocating to Southern California and needed a baby sitter for her toddler. Sight unseen can be risky. " I'm not baby-sitting unless I know the person already," she said.

Seeing Red 'Power Ranger' actor held in deadly sword attack

Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials said Ricardo Medina Jr., 36, was being held on $1 million bail late Sunday in connection with the stabbing death of Joshua Sutter, also 36, at the apartment they shared in Palmdale, Calif. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT A spokeswoman for the sheriff's office said that Medina and Sutter got into an argument that escalated into a fight shortly before 4 p.m. local time Saturday. Deputy Juanita Navarro-Suarez said that Medina went into his bedroom with his girlfriend and locked the door.

Electric public transportation firm makes comeback

The grant was the largest of 56 approved Jan. 15 by the Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development as part of the California Competes program. The BYD award is a vote of confidence for the firm, which already has about 100 people working in Lancaster and 30 in Los Angeles, said Vice President Micheal Austin. The charges were dropped in early 2014 after BYD presented contrary evidence. "There's a greater risk to drinking water when fracking happens so close," said Kassie Siegel, a spokeswoman for Californians Against Fracking.