KNX On Your Corner – Our live & local community spotlight

Next event: Burbank, Jan. 30, 2015.  Join us for free appetizers, refreshments and a special live broadcast at The Castaway at 1250 East Harvard Road overlooking Burbank: The 'KNX Business Hour' with Frank Mottek, 1-2pm;  Afternoon News with Chris Sedens / Diane Thompson, 2-7pm.   #KNXOnYourCorner Presented by Community Bank.



KNX On Your Corner: Saugus Cafe

The Santa Clarita Valley is home to what is considered the oldest restaurant in Los Angeles County: the Saugus Cafe.

12/12: Cerritos

KNX On Your Corner: St. Francis Dam

The worst civil-engineering disaster in U.S. history happened 87 years ago about 10 miles north of what is now the city of Santa Clarita.


KNX On Your Corner: Newhall Land Co.

When it comes to development in the Santa Clarita Valley, it comes down to The Newhall Land Company.

(credit: Vicki/UGC/CBS)

KNX On Your Corner: Carousel Ranch

(KNX 1070) — Nestled in the hills of Agua Dulce is a ranch devoted to children with special needs. Chris Sedens reports.

(Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

KNX On Your Corner: Newhall Ranch

A massive development in the Santa Clarita Valley remains on hold pending legal action.


KNX On Your Corner: William S. Hart

Could you imagine any of today’s top movie stars leaving behind their home or estates as a park and museum for people to visit?

(credit: CBS)

KNX On Your Corner: Cal Arts

The Santa Clarita Valley is home to a one-of-its-kind arts campus

(credit: KNX 1070)

‘KNX On Your Corner’ To Spotlight Santa Clarita Valley

KNX 1070 will be broadcasting live from Valencia as part of the station’s award-winning “KNX On Your Corner” series.

(credit Amy N./Yelp)

KNX On Your Corner: Discovery Science Center

It’s like something out of the “Twilight Zone”.

(credit: Tim Boyle/Getty Images)

KNX On Your Corner: Mater Dei

One of the largest Catholic secondary schools in the nation is located in Santa Ana.


KNX On Your Corner: Rickenbacker

The history of the electric guitar dates back to the early 1930s.