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Oxnard PD Chief Williams holds press conference on Hockaday shooting by police.

Oxnard PD Chief Williams holds press conference on Hockaday shooting by police.

By George Miller A police response to an early morning  domestic violence call in the 500 block of West Vineyard Ave. led to the tragic death of 26 year old Meagan Hockaday. Chief Jeri Williams gave a report, offered her condolences and answered subsequent questions as follow, at a press conference this afternoon. A 911 domestic violence […]

UPDATED: Oxnard: Woman dead in officer involved shooting

UPDATED: Oxnard: Woman dead in officer involved shooting

On March 28, viagra dosage 2015, advice at approximately 1:00 a.m., viagra dosage a 9-1-1 call was received into the Oxnard Emergency Communications Center from a male caller. He requested that police officers respond for a domestic dispute involving he and his live-in girlfriend. Officers from the Oxnard Police Department were dispatched to the apartment […]

“Linked Learning” at Oxnard Union High School District- discussed at City Council meeting

“Linked Learning” at Oxnard Union High School District- discussed at City Council meeting

By George Miller Oxnard Union High School District, encompassing six area schools, has developed what they claim might be the most advanced and comprehensive “Linked Learning” Program in California. At the 3-24-15 City Council meeting, District Superintendent Dr. Gabe Soumakian did a very brief summary of the program and the City then declared itself a “Linked […]

Channel Island Harbor agreement loses 4-0 in Oxnard Council, VC Supervisors react

Channel Island Harbor agreement loses 4-0 in Oxnard Council, VC Supervisors react

By George Miller At the 3-17-15 Oxnard City Council meeting, here Mayor Tim Flynn called the fight to defeat the proposed harbor management agreement a good example of resident engagement. Councilman Bert Perello said the public should hold elected officials accountable and officials in turn hold staff accountable. Councilmember Dorina Padilla and Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen […]

Ventura: Suspicious fire at waste collection facility under investigation

Ventura: Suspicious fire at waste collection facility under investigation

Just past 3am Friday morning, dosage March 27th, fire personnel responded to a reported large vehicle fire at a waste collection and transfer facility in the  5200 block of Colt St in Ventura. The first arriving engine company found a burning tractor/trailer vehicle, directly adjacent to a hazardous household waste collection site, with facility personnel […]

1 year anniversary of Oxnard recycling facility takeover- Successes cited

1 year anniversary of Oxnard recycling facility takeover- Successes cited

By George Miller Oxnard Material Recycling Facility (MRF) Manager Todd Housley reported significant successes at the 1 yr anniversary of the City takeover of the facility. 92% of promised improvements were made- calculated at $2 million in annual savings (in spite of a BIG drop in commodity prices) in costs to city + doubling of diversion rate […]

Oxnard solicits your input on community priorities, ideas

Oxnard solicits your input on community priorities, ideas

 By George Miller During the very successful 3-5-15 Oxnard Community forum, City officials, as well as organizers Peggy Rivera and Jean Joneson, asked residents to submit questions, priorities and ideas at the forum. They are also asking for resident input via email. Would you please send it to: Send to: communityforum@ci.oxnard.ca.us These would be used to […]

First two 2016 Presidential candidates to announce

First two 2016 Presidential candidates to announce

Two of the biggest conservative names in the Republican presidential sweepstakes are on the verge of making it official, rx with Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas set to announce his candidacy for the White House on Monday and fellow Sen. Rand Paul planning an ambitious five-state, five-day rollout of his own starting April 7 in […]

Benghazi committee officially requests Clinton surrender her email server

Benghazi committee officially requests Clinton surrender her email server

The committee investigating Benghazi formally requested Friday that Hillary Rodham Clinton turn her email server over to an independent third party so it can be scrutinized to determine whether she and the Obama administration complied with open-records laws. Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy sent a letter to the former secretary of state’s personal lawyer making the […]

IRS botches computer security, risks taxpayer info: audit

IRS botches computer security, risks taxpayer info: audit

Photo by: Susan Walsh The exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington is seen here on March 22, 2013. (Associated Press)   The IRS sometimes uses old software without key security patches that leave its computer systems vulnerable and could endanger taxpayers’ private information, the Government Accountability Office said Thursday. GAO investigators raised […]