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Overnight Full Closures of Northbound State Route 33 in Ventura for Paving Project

Overnight Full Closures of Northbound State Route 33 in Ventura for Paving Project

VENTURA– The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced plans to fully close segments of State Route 33 (SR-33) this week for road paving operations and guardrail installation in the county of Ventura. From Tuesday, December 18 through Friday, December 21, the following planned closures of SR-33 are scheduled between 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.: Northbound: […]

Update: Cancelled Overnight Full Closures of State Route 126 in Ventura and Santa Paula for Paving Operation

Update: Cancelled Overnight Full Closures of State Route 126 in Ventura and Santa Paula for Paving Operation

UPDATE   Full closures of SR-126 from Palm Ave. to Hallock Dr. have been cancelled after contractor completed the work at this location. Expect at least one lane to be closed along various segments of SR-126 from Main St. to Hallock Dr.  Grinding is now scheduled to begin tomorrow and full closures will be needed […]

Ventura Man Allegedly Hits Mother In Head With Hammer

Ventura Man Allegedly Hits Mother In Head With Hammer

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On December 17th at 6:57 PM, the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call of a family disturbance and reports that one of the family members, later identified as the suspect 20 year old Ventura resident Gabriel Estrada, was making threats and had armed himself with a hammer. […]

Simi Valley Crossing Guard Killed in Traffic Collision

Simi Valley Crossing Guard Killed in Traffic Collision

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On December 18, 2018, at about 2:00 PM a traffic collision occurred at the intersection of Los Angeles Avenue and Socrates Avenue. The collision involved three vehicles, one of which struck a City of Simi Valley Crossing Guard, causing serious injury. The Crossing Guard, whose identity has […]

Here are the Six Most Corrupt Congressmen of 2018, According to a Watchdog Group

Here are the Six Most Corrupt Congressmen of 2018, According to a Watchdog Group

    Luke Rosiak | Investigative Reporter   A conservative-leaning watchdog group says House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are the biggest congressional scofflaws of 2018, for their anemic handling of the settlement slush fund that used an unlimited pot of taxpayer money to pay off congressional staff in exchange for signing legal papers […]

Oxnard | Stolen Vehicle Arrest

Oxnard | Stolen Vehicle Arrest

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On December 17, 2018, at approximately 10:15 PM, an Oxnard Police Officer conducted a traffic enforcement stop on a suspicious vehicle in the 3400 blk of Camino Ave. During the investigation, the officer learned that the vehicle had license plates that did not belong on the vehicle. During […]

Simi Valley | Police Search for Suspect who Brandished Firearm

Simi Valley | Police Search for Suspect who Brandished Firearm

Simi Valley Police Department – Incident Press Release On 12/17/18 at approximately 7:00 PM the SVPD was contacted in regards to a subject with a weapon at the laundromat located at 1653 Royal Ave. The reporting party stated that a subject entered the laundromat and was challenging people to fight. At one point the subject […]

Watch This Surfer Shred What May Be the ‘Biggest’ Wave in History — And Potentially Break the World Record

Watch This Surfer Shred What May Be the ‘Biggest’ Wave in History — And Potentially Break the World Record

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   British surfer Tom Butler may have just shattered a world record by surfing what’s now being called the “biggest” wave on record. Butler, who is 29 years old and hails from the tiny seaside area of Cornwall, England, surfed an estimated 100-foot wave at The Nazaré in Portugal on Friday. […]

Oxnard Community Relations Commission now accepting nominations for annual community awards program

Oxnard Community Relations Commission now accepting nominations for annual community awards program

OXNARD, Calif. – Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 City of Oxnard Community Relations Commission (CRC) Community Recognition Awards. The public is invited to nominate youth, seniors, individuals, businesses and organizations that have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments in the Oxnard community. The commission will review all nomination forms and choose a winner in each […]

Andrew P. Fox and Joel Price honored at City Council reorganization; Rob McCoy installed as Thousand Oaks Mayor

Andrew P. Fox and Joel Price honored at City Council reorganization;  Rob McCoy installed as Thousand Oaks Mayor

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Mayor Andrew P. Fox was honored by his city council colleagues in a festive City Council reorganization which celebrated his 24 years of service to the City Council—the second longest serving Council member in the City of Thousand Oaks. Fox who was elected in 1994 was honored by the Thousand Oaks […]