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Lifestyle: Gen Korean BBQ House

Lifestyle: Gen Korean BBQ House

By Richard Eber When the magic words “all you can eat” are spoken, one often thinks of “Baron of beef” a salad bar chock full of mayonnaise, and overcooked steam table offerings that make it difficult to select items palatable enough to put on your plate. An exception to such mundane cuisine this side of […]

Watch out for the bond measures ahead — $503,000,000 just in Ventura County!

Watch out for the bond measures ahead — $503,000,000 just in Ventura County!

This June there likely will be 50 to 60 school and college bond measures on the ballot throughout the state. Under Proposition 39, education bonds can pass with the approval of only 55% of voters, not the higher two-thirds threshold for the approval of non-education measures. For this reason it’s important to be aware of proposed […]

The Lennar Way Concord Style

The Lennar Way Concord Style

. . By Richard Eber In the spring of 2015 the City Council of Concord California had come down to a couple of firms to become master developer for some 5028 surplus acres at the decommissioned Naval Weapons Station.  Plans to make this locale where ammunition and explosives were once stored, into a vibrant new […]

Conejo Valley Boys & Girls Clubs Signs Contract with Viola Contractors for Construction of Notter Boys & Girls Club in Thousand Oaks

Conejo Valley Boys & Girls Clubs Signs Contract with Viola Contractors for Construction of Notter Boys & Girls Club in Thousand Oaks

Thousand Oaks, CA – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley have taken the first step to begin construction of the John L. Notter Family Boys & Girls Club in Thousand Oaks.  The Boys & Girls Clubs recently signed a contract with Viola Contractors for the expansion of the club located on the […]

California Retirement Savings Program Now Called CalSavers 

California Retirement Savings Program Now Called CalSavers 

SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer John Chiang today announced that the Secure Choice Retirement Savings Program, which will provide retirement security to nearly 6.8 million private sector workers, has a new name: CalSavers. “The name CalSavers truly reflects what this program is all about — providing an opportunity for millions of Californians to easily save for retirement […]

Parkland school cop may not have been only officer who failed to engage shooter

Parkland school cop may not have been only officer who failed to engage shooter

MIAMI-Almost two decades ago, when Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris went on a murderous rampage at a Colorado high school, the first officers on the scene did exactly as they were trained: They set up a perimeter to control the situation, while contacting SWAT officers. … Broward County deputy on the Parkland campus got to […]

Toddler gives his fallen cop dad “goodnight kisses” in heartbreaking footage taken hours before his death

Toddler gives his fallen cop dad “goodnight kisses” in heartbreaking footage taken hours before his death

The grieving widow of a fallen Alabama police officer shared heartbreaking footage taken hours before her husband was killed in the line of duty, which shows their toddler son sending him “goodnight kisses.”

High Speed Pursuit ends in Arrest — Ventura

High Speed Pursuit ends in Arrest — Ventura

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On February 23rd at 3:11 PM, a Ventura Police officer observed a suspicious four door sedan in the area of Callens and Market Street. The officer attempted to make a traffic enforcement stop on the vehicle reference a vehicle code violation. The Driver, 35 year old Riverside resident, Michael […]

Meanwhile in space: Jupiter looks great and Mars is a dust heap

Meanwhile in space: Jupiter looks great and Mars is a dust heap

Here’s the most gorgeous space news you need to catch up on. A time lapse sequence at Jupiter’s South Pole. Gerald Eichstädt/JunoCam Travel Pictures Quick, what were you doing on February 7, between 10:21 a.m. and 11:01 a.m.

US to open Jerusalem embassy in May for Israel’s 70th anniversary

US to open Jerusalem embassy in May for Israel’s 70th anniversary

The United States said Friday it will relocate its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem in May, bringing forward the contested move to coincide with the Jewish state’s 70th birthday — and enraging Palestinians, who called it a “blatant provocation.”