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Otto Warmbier, American who was released in a coma by North Korea, dies

Otto Warmbier, American who was released in a coma by North Korea, dies

Otto Warmbier, the American student imprisoned by North Korea for 17 months and freed last week in a coma, died Monday afternoon, according to a statement by his family. The 22-year-old University of Virginia student died “surrounded by his loving family,” said the statement, which was signed by Warmbier’s parents, Fred and Cindy Warmbier, and […]

‘Animal House’ Actor Stephen Furst Dies at Age 63

‘Animal House’ Actor Stephen Furst Dies at Age 63

Stephen Furst, best known for getting his start in “Animal House,” has passed away due to complications with diabetes, Variety can confirm. He was 63 years old. Furst died in his Moorpark, Calif. home on Friday. His sons Nathan and Griff Furst confirmed their father’s death on Facebook Saturday evening. “Steve has a long list of earthly […]

“Last Easy Budget” and Updated Simi Facts & Trends discussed at Simi City Council Meeting

“Last Easy Budget” and Updated Simi Facts & Trends discussed at Simi City Council Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Simi City Council approved their “last easy budget” Monday night, after being updated on Ventura County’s latest important trends from the biennial “State of the Region Report,” during the June 12 City Council Meeting.  Money, Money, Money… Item 8A, “New Business,” had a formal title so long, it made one want […]

Citizens Journal Publisher on Andy Caldwell Show Friday

Citizens Journal Publisher on Andy Caldwell Show Friday

Citizens Journal Publisher George Miller and some of its published writers, Steve Frank, Rich Eber and Linda Paine, will be on the Andy Caldwell show this week. Steve Frank, Editor of California Political Review, will be guest hosting.  . Miller will be  talking about Citizens Journalism Friday afternoon 430-5 PM. Topic is “The New World […]

Lockdown lifted at Travis Air Force Base after report of ‘active shooting

Lockdown lifted at Travis Air Force Base after report of ‘active shooting

BY NOEL HARRIS, CATHY LOCKE AND DALE KASLER     Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield was locked down for about an hour Wednesday afternoon after emergency personnel responded to reports of a shooting on the base outside of Fairfield. Base spokesman James Hodgman confirmed that personnel were investigating “an active shooting,” but he had no […]

Live Updates: Rep. Steve Scalise Shot in Virginia During Baseball Practice

Live Updates: Rep. Steve Scalise Shot in Virginia During Baseball Practice

Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) has been shot, according to multiple reports. Follow Breitbart News for live updates on the developing situation. STORY HIGHLIGHTS: • A man shot at several dozen Republican members of Congress during a baseball practice Wednesday morning in Alexandria, Virginia • Rep. Steve Scalise (R-AL) was shot in the hip but is […]

Oxnard Council Recall?

Oxnard Council Recall?

By George Miller Aaron Starr’s Moving Oxnard Forward wants to recall four of the five Oxnard Council Members and has begun the process. The main reason given is the Council vote to increase wastewater rates. If I was going to demand a recall of them, it would also be for other reasons- votes on housing, […]

Surfin’ SoCal/VC

Surfin’ SoCal/VC

Here are movies with lots of familiar scenes by Norwell9. Local tourist bureaus should be using these. Scenes surfers/kayaers/boaters might recognize in Oxnard, Port Hueneme/Silverstrand, Ventura, Rincon and more!     By Norwell9 I just hit record, the real stars are in the water and on the beach! Filmed on a Sony PXW-Z100 in 4K. […]

Port Hueneme Medicinal Cannabis Ordinance

Port Hueneme Medicinal Cannabis Ordinance

By Port Hueneme Mayor Tom Figg . Port Hueneme is challenged by a variety of factors that limit it’s economic development potential: (i) it’s the only city in Ventura County without direct highway access; (ii) one half of its retail market area is located in the Pacific Ocean; and (iii) it’s demographics do not support high-value, high-volume retailers. […]

Mr. Nunes Went to Washington

Mr. Nunes Went to Washington

By Victor Davis Hanson, June 8   Devin Nunes is subpoenaing former Obama administration officials who may have played a role in inappropriate monitoring of the Trump transition team. Representative Devin Nunes (R., Calif.), the now-controversial chair of the House Intelligence Committee, is a bit different from what Washington expects in its politicians.   He […]