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.


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‘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.

12/12: Cerritos
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KNX On Your Corner: Discovery Science Center

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

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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.

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KNX On Your Corner: Light Rail Project

The city of Santa Ana is taking a page from the past as it launches a 21st century light rail project.

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KNX On Your Corner: Latino Health Access

There’s an organization in Santa Ana called “Latino Health Access”.

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KNX On Your Corner: OC Children’s Therapeutic Arts Center

A unique center in Santa Ana uses the arts to inspire special needs children and to challenge kids considered “at risk.”

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KNX On Your Corner: Downtown Santa Ana

East End downtown Santa Ana has greatly changed.

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KNX On Your Corner: Bowers Museum

Santa Ana has a cultural secret.

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‘KNX On Your Corner’ To Profile Santa Ana 3/13

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO’s original series focusing on local communities, returns to Orange County to take an in-depth look at the city of Santa Ana.

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KNX On Your Corner: Starlight Bowl

The city of Burbank has a smaller, perhaps more quaint version of the Hollywood Bowl.