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KNX On Your Corner: Whiteman Airport

For nearly 70 years, aviation lovers have been taking off and touching down at Whiteman Airport on the northeast end of the San Fernando Valley.


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KNX On Your Corner: Los Angeles Mission College

When Los Angeles Mission College first opened in 1975, the graduating class reportedly consisted of just one student. Now, thousands flock to the campus in Sylmar.


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KNX On Your Corner: San Fernando Mission

In Mission Hills, the 17th of 21 California missions built still sits watch over the San Fernando Valley.


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KNX On Your Corner: Discovery Cube Los Angeles

Coming soon to the North San Fernando Valley is a cool hands-on museum designed to teach kids actual life skills.


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KNX On Your Corner: Hansen Dam Recreation Center

There is a lot to see and do when you pay a visit to the the Hansen Dam Recreation Center.


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KNX On Your Corner: ‘New Heaven On Earth’ Ranch

The area wedged between the 210 Freeway and the mountains is horse country. And at the “New Heaven on Earth” ranch in Lake View Terrace, kids who are mentally and physically challenged get the ride of a lifetime.



KNX On Your Corner: Ballet Folklorico Ollin

With its large Hispanic community, the North San Fernando Valley is home to a dance group preserving the diverse culture of Mexico.



KNX On Your Corner: Home Of Late-Ritchie Valens

Pacoima is home to one of the most famous names in music history.



KNX On Your Corner: Star Waggons‎

Names are big in Hollywood and years ago, an actor put his name on a trailer. That’s led to a successful show business company based in Sylmar.


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KNX On Your Corner: Tutor Perini Corporation In Sylmar

Tutor Perini is one of the largest construction firms in the country and is headquartered in Sylmar.


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KNX On Your Corner: Sylmar Fault Zone

When you say “earthquake” in Los Angeles, most people immediately flashback to the 1994 Northridge quake. But if you’re a longtime resident, you remember the 1971 Sylmar quake and there are still physical reminders present from that day 43 years ago.


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Car Slams Into Power Pole In Malibu; ‘Major’ Traffic Delays Expected

Authorities on Saturday continued to work on a power pole that was knocked down by an alleged hit-and-run driver in Malibu.


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Former GM Of KNX 1070, George Nicholaw, Dies At 86

George Nicholaw, the former general manager of KNX 1070 Newsradio, has died, it was reported Sunday.


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Mayor Tells LAPD Vet Math ‘Problem’, Not Lack Of Respect Behind Contract Talks

The city of Los Angeles cannot afford a big pay raise for police officers to end a labor dispute with the LAPD, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Thursday.


The Blue Ridge Mountains can be seen behind a sculpture titled 'Final Tribute' at the National D-Day Memorial, Bedford, Virginia. The memorial was dedicated in 2001 honoring American GIs who participated in the invasion of France at Normandy on June 6, 1944, during World War II. Bedford, Virginia was chosen for the memorial site because the town lost 19 of its men that day, all were members of Company A, 29th Infantry Division. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO Airs D-Day Recordings For 1st Time Since Original Broadcast

As the Allies commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Normandy landings, fragile recordings of Los Angeles radio have surfaced for the first time since their original broadcast on June 6, 1944.





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