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Dog Escapes Shelter to Track Down Woman Who Fed Him Treats

Dog Escapes Shelter to Track Down Woman Who Fed Him Treats

Ted the German shepherd-Akita mix and Abbey Boyd the SPCA worker became a match made in heaven after cheese-flavored bacon strips brought them together. Ted was brought into the Northwest Territories SPCA in Yellowknife on Friday. Terrified by the building and surrounding humans, the canine refused to leave his kennel. style=”display:inline-block;width:300px;height:250px” data-ad-client=”ca-pub-8420654331411867″ data-ad-slot=”1313712966″> In an […]

Life on Earth exploded, but meteorites didn’t start the party

Life on Earth exploded, but meteorites didn’t start the party

Sometimes life just finds a way Pixabay A plethora of meteorites rained down upon Earth 468 million years ago, but they probably weren’t responsible for an explosion of life. A modern evolutionary myth may have been dispelled. Some 470 million years ago, a wealth of meteorites started falling to Earth, filling the sky with shooting […]

Immigration Forum At Oxnard College

Immigration Forum At Oxnard College

By Dan Pinedo Oxnard, CA National Public Radio station KCRW of Santa Monica, California presented a forum on undocumented immigrants at Oxnard College on January 25, 2017. The forum entailed, Undocumented Under Trump was attended by about a hundred people and was broadcast live. Event Video by Dan Pinedo Award-winning public radio host and host […]

Port Hueneme medical cannabis clinic coming

Port Hueneme medical cannabis clinic coming

By George Miller Technically, using cannabis (marijuana) is illegal per federal law. But that is widely flouted, even by the State of California, the largest in the union, which has had legal medical marijuana use for years and has now opened up “recreational” use as well, via a ballot initiative in November, via Proposition 64. […]

NASA Dust-on-Snow Data Help Colorado River Managers

NASA Dust-on-Snow Data Help Colorado River Managers

When Michelle Stokes and Stacie Bender look out across the snow-capped mountains of Utah and Colorado, they see more than just a majestic landscape. They see millions of gallons of water that will eventually flow into the Colorado River. The water stored as snowpack there will make its way to some 33 million people across […]

Today’s rarest space rocks were once the most common

Today’s rarest space rocks were once the most common

Unfortunately for us, meteorites still come in all shapes and sizes Don Davis, Southwest Research Institute Asteroid Collision A collision 466 million years ago gave rise to many of the meteorites falling today. The history of our solar system is a history of collisions. Massive, world-shattering collisions. Evidence of these collisions rains down on us […]

Reminiscing with Newbury Park Memories on a Rainy Sunday Afternoon

Reminiscing with Newbury Park Memories on a Rainy Sunday Afternoon

By William Hicks I moved to Newbury Park close to 40 years ago. At that time Rancho Sierra Vista was private property owned by The Danielson Family; namely Dr. Danielson was who I saw frequently. It was once a working horse and cattle ranch but Dr. Danielson was a gracious land owner that allowed people, […]

Naval Base Ventura County Sponsors Media Day

Naval Base Ventura County Sponsors Media Day

By Tim Pompey From the Pacific Coast Highway, you can’t see much of the base. Mostly the Air National Guard and its assortment of large-winged aircraft. But drive on to what’s known as Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) and your viewpoint immediately changes. An actual city tucked into an alcove just north of Mugu Rock, […]

Surgeon Lifts Young Patients by ‘Treating’ Their Toys Too (WATCH)

Surgeon Lifts Young Patients by ‘Treating’ Their Toys Too (WATCH)

This dedicated surgeon goes the extra mile while treating his child patients by administering the same surgery to their favorite toys.  Positive testimonials of Dr. Travis Groth at the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin have flooded social media since he started fixing up children’s toys in an effort to lighten the spirits of his…

Couple Gives Back to Homeless Man Who Offered His Coat in the Cold

Couple Gives Back to Homeless Man Who Offered His Coat in the Cold

  Charlotte Ellis and her boyfriend Taylor Waldon only went out to get a few drinks – they weren’t expecting to return with a homeless friend. On January 4th, the couple was returning from a night out in Covent Garden, London when they missed their train home to Essex. The next train would not arrive […]