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ANTELOPE VALLEY

Off-ramp crash kills man, 52

PALMDALE -- A two-car collision on the Antelope Valley Freeway left a 52-year-old man dead on the Pearblossom Highway off-ramp about 7:45 a.m. Saturday, the California Highway Patrol said.

The name of the victim and his hometown were not available, nor were the circumstances of the fatal crash.

SANTA CLARITA

Stabbings leave 1 dead, 1 hurt

STEVENSON RANCH -- Josh Pipho, a 20-year-old former top baseball player at Canyon High, died early Saturday fromstab wounds. Another man was critically injured.

Witnesses said 10 to 15 men were involved in a melee in a parking lot in the 25200 block of Steinbeck Avenue.

Police are seeking information, and no arrests have been made.

Deputies were responding to a report of an assault about 12:15 a.m. when they found the victims, officials said. Paramedics pronounced Pipho dead at the scene and rushed the other man to a local hospital.

Deputies ask anyone with information on the assault to call the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Homicide Bureau at 323-890-5500.

VENTURA COUNTY

Christmas story told on campus

THOUSAND OAKS -- The Christmas story will be re-enacted in the Mexican tradition of Las Posadas on the California Lutheran University campus Dec. 2.

Students and community members, carrying candles, will parade through the campus knocking on doors to re-enact the search of Joseph and Mary for a place to stay the night Jesus was born. The procession, which begins at the Student Union Building, will end at Samuelson Chapel, where there will be a living Nativity scene accompanied by the reading of the Christmas story, Christmas carols, a pinata and Mexican hot chocolate and pan dulce (sweet bread).

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 805-493-3323.

PORT HUENEME

Museum shows artists' works

Artworks by Louis Stephen Gadal, Phyllis Soicyk and David Large, all members of the American Society of Marine Artists, will be on display at the Ventura County Maritime Museum through Thursday.

The museum, at 2731 S. Victoria Ave., is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.

THOUSAND OAKS

College marks Jewish holiday

California Lutheran University will sponsor its fifth annual Hanukkah celebration at 4:30p.m. Dec.5, in the Student Union Building on campus at 60 W. Olsen Road.

This year's event falls on the second day of the eight-day Jewish holiday. It includes music, dreidel games and Hanukkah food, such as latkes and jelly doughnuts, plus the lighting of the menorah. For information, call 805-493-3323.

PIRU

Farmworkers may get rentals

Cabrillo Economic Development Corp., a nonprofit organization designed to provide affordable housing for farmworkers and others, has purchased land in Piru and plans to build a 66-unit farmworker housing project.

Jesse Ornelas, real estate development director for Cabrillo, said an application for the rental-apartment project will be submitted to the county within two or three months. The project will be north of Highway 126 and west of Center Street. Construction should start by the end of 2008, he said.

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