Huell Howser dies at 67; TV host profiled California people and places

Howser is known for touring California with his handheld microphone and profiling the state's communities and attractions for programs like "California Gold" and "Road Trip with Huell Howser" on KQED 9 and other public television stations. He retired

Sad news for Californians, as conveyed by OC Weekly Editor Gustavo Arellano: Huell Howser–a California broadcasting legend for his various shows that.

A Los Angeles television station has confirmed that Huell Howser, maker of upbeat PBS shows about California for public television, has died at the age of 67. Television station CBS Los Angeles, quoting Howser's assistant, Ryan Morris, said that the

The veteran TV personality died Sunday of natural causes, according to his longtime station KCET Los Angeles.

L.A. TV icon Huell Howser — best known for hosting the wildly popular travel show "California's Gold" on KCET — has passed away at age 67. A…