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Utility That Tried To Blame California Fires On Climate Change Could Face Bankruptcy

Utility That Tried To Blame California Fires On Climate Change Could Face Bankruptcy

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator PG&E executives suggested climate change was to blame for a spate of deadly wildfires that rocked California in 2017, but now the state’s largest utility is facing the possibility of bankruptcy after investigators found it responsible. Raging wildfires devastated Northern California in October 2017. Enhanced by high winds, the fires ultimately killed […]

Here Are the 41 Republicans Who Voted Against Securing the U.S. Border

Here Are the 41 Republicans Who Voted Against Securing the U.S. Border

Robert Donachie | Capitol Hill and Health Care Reporter Forty-one House Republicans voted against a bill Friday that would have secured funding for President Donald Trump’s border wall, addressed Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and included E-verify, among other conservative provisions. Members voted on an amended version of GOP Reps. Bob Goodlatte of Virginia and […]

California’s Government Unions Take Steps to Obliterate Janus Impact

California’s Government Unions Take Steps to Obliterate Janus Impact

. . . by Edward Ring . Within days the U.S. Supreme Court is going to issue its ruling on the case Janus vs AFSCME. This case, if the ruling goes as expected, is going to overturn current law that requires public employees to pay union dues. Here in California, along with a handful of other large, […]

City of Camarillo Water Quality Report Available

City of Camarillo Water Quality Report Available

The Annual Water Quality Report from the City of Camarillo Water Division is now available.  The report addresses water delivered in 2017, and contains information about water quality, including comparisons with federal and state standards.  The report also details where Camarillo’s water originates. The 2017 report is available at: www.cityofcamarillo.org/water/CamarilloCCR.pdf. Printed copies of the Water […]

Man carjacked at Gunpoint Near PCH | 4 Suspects in Custody

Man carjacked at Gunpoint Near PCH | 4 Suspects in Custody

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release  On 06/18/2018, a carjacking and robbery occurred in the area of Deer Creek Road, north of Pacific Coast Highway, in the unincorporated area of Ventura County. At about 4:00 a.m., an adult male was ordered out of his vehicle at gunpoint by two male suspects. The suspects used […]

Border Patrol Agent Tells Truth Behind Time Cover

Border Patrol Agent Tells Truth Behind Time Cover

Amber Athey, Media and Breaking News Editor The border patrol agent who appeared in the infamous photo of the crying immigrant child told CBS News on Friday that the media narrative behind the photo is incorrect. WATCH: TIME Magazine put the image of the crying child on their cover with President Donald Trump staring down […]

Crying Honduran Child Who Became The Face of Border Family Separation Was Never Separated From Family

Crying Honduran Child Who Became The Face of Border Family Separation Was Never Separated From Family

Julia Nista | General Assignment Reporter She has become the poster child for family separation at the border — and the subsequent moral outrage against the Trump administration — but the crying Honduran child held up as a heartbreaking example of family separation at the border was, in fact, never separated from the parent with […]

Ventura | Two Oxnard Residents arrested — Suspects in Car Theft

Ventura | Two Oxnard Residents arrested — Suspects in Car Theft

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release  On June 21st at 11:50PM, a Ventura Police Department Patrol officer saw a suspicious vehicle driving with no headlights on Eastman Ave. The officer conducted a traffic stop of the vehicle on Ortega St. The car turned out to be a stolen vehicle from the city of Oxnard. The […]

New York, Washington, California Students to Call Space Station

New York, Washington, California Students to Call Space Station

Students from across America are set to participate in three live events with astronauts aboard the International Space Station next week. The events serve as question-and-answer sessions and are hosted as part of NASA’s Year of Education on Station. Each call will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website. Astronauts will provide unique insight on their training, the day-to-day […]

Oxnard Establishes Channel Islands Harbor Response Team, Hotline to Report Water Quality in Harbor

Oxnard Establishes Channel Islands Harbor Response Team, Hotline to Report Water Quality in Harbor

Oxnard, California – The City of Oxnard has established a Channel Harbor Response team and a hotline for residents to report odors or discoloration of water in the Channel Islands Harbor area. “There are a lot of unknowns at this time, but the city is taking the matter seriously and taking immediate action to determine the […]

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