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A Lion Climbed into a Van Full of Tourists | Let’s See How It Worked Out [VIDEO]

A Lion Climbed into a Van Full of Tourists | Let’s See How It Worked Out [VIDEO]

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   A lion got up close and personal to a car full of tourists on safari this week — and the whole thing was all caught on video. It all went down at the Taigan Safari Park in Crimea, when Filya, a 2-year-old lion decided to hail a passing […]

A Little Bite of Sweetness Comes to Camarillo

A Little Bite of Sweetness Comes to Camarillo

  . By Raven West In today’s world of home based baked goods, huge supermarket bakeries and on-line ordering, it would seem opening a brick and mortar cupcake bakery would be an almost impossible dream. But Gina Stymacher made her dream a reality when she followed her passion for baking and personal contact, opening Camarillo […]

We Cut Down All the Kavanaugh Hearing Interruptions Into Just Three Minutes and Five Seconds of Pure Annoying [VIDEO]

We Cut Down All the Kavanaugh Hearing Interruptions Into Just Three Minutes and Five Seconds of Pure Annoying [VIDEO]

By Mike Brest | Contributor WATCH:    Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing began on Tuesday and will continue throughout the week. As expected, both Democrats and protesters continuously interrupted the hearing. The outcries from Democrats began on Tuesday just seconds after Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley began his introduction. They urged the […]

Full Transcript of Trump’s Oval Office Interview with the The Daily Caller

Full Transcript of Trump’s Oval Office Interview with the The Daily Caller

Vince Coglianese and Saagar Enjeti | Editorial Director and White House Correspondent WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump sat for an exclusive Oval Office interview Tuesday with The Daily Caller’s Saagar Enjeti and Vince Coglianese for approximately 38 minutes. The transcript is as follows: THE DAILY CALLER: “So you have been batting almost 1000 on primary […]

Moorpark PD’s Deputy Dave Rodriguez Honored at Dodger Game for His Military Service

Moorpark PD’s Deputy Dave Rodriguez Honored at Dodger Game for His Military Service

On Thursday, August 30, Moorpark PD’s Deputy Dave Rodriguez was honored at the Dodger Game for his exemplary military service. He was personally greeted by 3rd Baseman Justin Turner, who gave him an autographed ball. Several members of the Sheriff’s Office were in attendance to honor and support Dave. Dave was a First Sergeant in […]

Conservative Comedian Packs Venerated Ventura Venue

Conservative Comedian Packs Venerated Ventura Venue

By George Miller Longtime Conservative political comedy icon Evan Sayet did his schtick for a capacity crowd at the Ventura Harbor Comedy Club— a good venue in a fabulous location, on a Sunday afternoon, September 2. Ventura is definitely not known as a Conservative haven, but you never would have known it from the audience. […]

REPORT | Federal Website was Displaying People’s Social Security Numbers for Weeks

REPORT | Federal Website was Displaying People’s Social Security Numbers for Weeks

ANDERS HAGSTROM | Justice Reporter A federal government transparency website had been unwittingly displaying at least 80 full or partial social security numbers (SSN) for weeks before taking them down, CNN reported Sunday. The error came in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request portal, causing many people who submitted FOIA requests to have their SSNs revealed […]

NFL Team Shocks the League by Cutting This Quarterback | Was it the Correct Call?

NFL Team Shocks the League by Cutting This Quarterback | Was it the Correct Call?

David Hookstead | Reporter The New York Giants cut quarterback Davis Webb Sunday, according to multiple reports. Quarterback Davis Webb is being waived, per source. Stunning move. Third round pick last year. Played well throughout summer. — Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) September 2, 2018                                 […]

Santa Paula: Steam Train, Labor Parade and Crowds

Santa Paula: Steam Train, Labor Parade and Crowds

By Sheryl Hamlin The first two days of September 2018 brought the historic Fillmore & Western Steam train back to Santa Paula where it made three trips a day on Saturday and Sunday leaving from the historic Santa Paula Depot, a county landmark, for the first time in decades since the closing of the branch […]

VIDEO | Interview with Port Hueneme City Manager Rod Butler

VIDEO | Interview with Port Hueneme City Manager Rod Butler

Interview with City Manager Rod Butler discussion citizens concerns and the latest update on current city issues.      Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a digital newspaper (facebook @huenemenews)  and host of  “Hello Port Hueneme” a video interview show about people, places and things in Port […]