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Fire engine video shows the ‘line of sorrow’ in the California wildfires

Fire engine video shows the ‘line of sorrow’ in the California wildfires

As wildfires blazed on in Santa Rosa, California, help was needed from all over. This video was made on October 9th by Berkeley Engine 6. Early that morning 5 engines left Berkeley to assist in Santa …

Surprising And Little-Known Seabee Secret Services!

Surprising And Little-Known Seabee Secret Services!

Port Hueneme, Calif, Oct. 16, 2017  – Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) hosted its semi-annual Media Day on Oct. 14 with local media and the Ventura County Office of Education to highlight the capabilities of two little known tenants at the base. Underwater Construction Team Two (UCT-2), a Seabee unit with deep-dive underwater construction capabilities […]

Dog Hailed as Hero After Refusing to Leave Goats Alone in Wildfires

Dog Hailed as Hero After Refusing to Leave Goats Alone in Wildfires

As Robert Handel and his family drove away from their burning neighborhood, they were certain that their beloved dog Odin and their 8 goats would also fall prey to the wildfires. So imagine their surprise – and relief – when they returned the next day to find Odin and the goats were safe and sound.

Ventura PD Officers Awarded Medal of Valor

Ventura PD Officers Awarded Medal of Valor

Sixteen Ventura Police Officers were recognized alongside officers throughout Ventura County at the 41st Peace Officers of Ventura County Law Enforcement Medal of Valor Awards Ceremony held on October 7 at the Ronald Reagan Library. The Medal of Valor is awarded to officers for extraordinary bravery, above and beyond the call of duty, where risk […]

Gravitational waves just showed us something even cooler than black holes

Gravitational waves just showed us something even cooler than black holes

Observatories all over the world caught a new kind of collision. Colliding neutron stars This artist’s rendering shows what two neutron stars might look like as they merge, ejecting matter and shooting out gamma rays.

2017’s Best Cities for Vegetarians & Vegans – WalletHub Study

2017’s Best Cities for Vegetarians & Vegans – WalletHub Study

With Nov. 1 being World Vegan Day and research showing that skipping meat can save the average person at least $750 per year, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2017’s Best Cities for Vegans & Vegetarians. To determine the best and cheapest places for following a plant-based diet, WalletHub’s analysts compared the […]

Watch Overjoyed 11-Year-Old Jump Into Woman’s Arms After Learning She’ll Be Adopted

Watch Overjoyed 11-Year-Old Jump Into Woman’s Arms After Learning She’ll Be Adopted

Tannah Butterfield’s foster parents have been trying to adopt her and her two siblings for years. Then, a security camera captured the moment earlier this week when the 11-year-old girl was told that they were finally being adopted.

America’s Western Canyon Lands

America’s Western Canyon Lands

By Debra Tash From sea to shining sea, America’s landscape includes some remarkable places.  One such area stretches over four states, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico, and though arid now it holds a record testifying to eons of a changing climate and Providence’s hand in sculpting some of the most impressive scenery on the planet.  […]

Teen Prodigies Create App That Could End School Lunch Hunger

Teen Prodigies Create App That Could End School Lunch Hunger

Alyssa Kapasi had never thought about how school children living next door to her might be going hungry every day – and that is why she is helping to create an app that will ensure every child in America can have access to a full meal.

America’s Teaching Zoo | 6th Annual Rendezvous At The Zoo

America’s Teaching Zoo | 6th Annual Rendezvous At The Zoo

The Moorpark College Foundation and the Exotic Animal Training Management (EATM) program at Moorpark College hosted the sixth annual Rendezvous at the Zoo fundraising event on Thursday, Oct. 12. The college hosted more than 200 guests including dignitaries, Chancellor Greg Gillespie, members of the Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees, and Platinum Paw […]