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Dems roll out big gun to protect top suspect in hacking scandal

Dems roll out big gun to protect top suspect in hacking scandal

Imran Awan pictured alongside former President Bill Clinton (Photo: LinkedIn) (Read the full story and get all the details on the Democrat’s hacking scandal the establishment media is ignoring in WND’s look at “The biggest scandal you’ve never heard of” and the account of “Top suspect in major Democrat scandal caught fleeing U.S.”) WASHINGTON – […]

Six Republican senators we don’t need

Six Republican senators we don’t need

The whole problem with Obamacare repeal is not the repeal legislation – it’s the Republicans. It’s the Republicans who, for seven years, screamed “Repeal!” but now – now that they’re in a position to actually fulfill that dream, do nothing. In fact, some are even on a full steam march to oppose repeal efforts. That’s […]

Firearms Arrest in Oxnard

Firearms Arrest in Oxnard

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On July 27, 2017, an officer from the Oxnard Police Department conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle on Rose Avenue over the 101 Freeway overpass. During the traffic stop, the front passenger, identified as Oxnard resident Daniel Fernando Reyes, was making suspicious movements and was found to […]

3 Dead in Ventura Traffic Accident on South Bound 101

3 Dead in Ventura Traffic Accident on South Bound 101

On July 27 12:05AM, the Ventura City Fire was dispatched to a reported vehicle accident south bound 101, one half mile south of Seaward Ave.  Upon arrival firefighters found 2 vehicles involved in a high speed head on collision. One vehicle was cantilevered over the guard rail of the lemon grove bridge while the second […]

Ventura: Armed Robbery of Subway on Johnson Dr.

Ventura: Armed Robbery of Subway on Johnson Dr.

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On July 26th at 10PM the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a 911 call from an employee of Subway, 2950 Johnson Dr., reporting that an armed robbery had just occurred. The suspects, one armed with a handgun, were last seen fleeing westbound from the store on foot. […]

NASA needs your help during the August eclipse

NASA needs your help during the August eclipse

Don’t worry, it’s not rocket science. Solar Eclipse NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured a solar eclipse. NASA On August 21, a shadow will fall across North America—and we can’t wait. Towns along the eclipse path of totality are eagerly making plans to accommodate the thousands of visitors expected to trek out for the celestial […]

Sizzling Salsa Dancing Raises Money for Project Understanding

Sizzling Salsa Dancing Raises Money for Project Understanding

Project Understanding, which commemorated its 40th anniversary on July 7, will continue the celebration when one of its board members dances to raise money for the nonprofit organization during the Oxnard Salsa Festival held in Plaza Park in Downtown Oxnard, July 29 and 30. Board member and budding salsa dancer Caryl Cantrell, a third generation […]

Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Shares a Perspective on the Effects of the Drought

Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Shares a Perspective on the Effects of the Drought

The California drought has taken a toll on cities and individuals and especially those in farming.  Farmers with the Ventura County Certified Farmers’ Market Association share their perspective on the long-lasting drought. Greg Mitchell with Blue Ridge Honey reports that even with a substantial amount of rain this past season, certain types of sage, buckwheat […]

Politicon in Pasadena – July 29-30, 2017. Get Your Tickets Now!

Politicon in Pasadena – July 29-30, 2017. Get Your Tickets Now!

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Oxnard City Council Raises Concerns About Potential Health Impacts From Proposed Oil and Gas Project

Oxnard City Council Raises Concerns About Potential Health Impacts From Proposed Oil and Gas Project

The Oxnard City Council voted unanimously last night to send a letter of concern to the Ventura County Planning Commission questioning the health effects of a proposed an oil and gas project in South Oxnard. The County failed to consider the potential health impacts to residents and farmworkers who live and work in and around […]

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