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Oxnard moves on Tourism Marketing, farmworker housing, Citizen Advisory Group Overhaul

Oxnard moves on Tourism Marketing, farmworker housing, Citizen Advisory Group Overhaul

By George Miller At the 3-5-19 Oxnard Council meeting, the Council revamped the Citizen Advisory Group structure, established a tourism marketing district, omitting small hotels at their own request, approved a thirteen home development in the Wilson neighborhood, and agreed to the Villa Las Brisas Renovation Project for farmworker housing. They also commended 4 businesses for […]

Actor Luke Perry Dead at 52

Actor Luke Perry Dead at 52

Actor Luke Perry, who made a name for himself starring in Beverly Hills 90210, has died at the age of 52. He suffered a catastrophic stroke last week and had been hospitalized at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank.  Perry was stricken in his Sherman Oaks home on Wednesday.  Born in Mansfield Ohio on October 11th […]

‘Absolute miracle:’ Rescuers find missing California sisters

‘Absolute miracle:’ Rescuers find missing California sisters

By AMANDA LEE MYERS | Associated Press LOS ANGELES – Armed with some outdoor survival training, granola bars and pink rubber boots, 5- and 8-year-old sisters survived 44 hours in rugged Northern California wilderness before they were found dehydrated and cold but in good spirits on Sunday, authorities said. A fire chief and firefighter from a local volunteer […]

Trump: ‘Great Meetings and Dinner’ with Kim in Vietnam, Joint Declaration to Come

Trump: ‘Great Meetings and Dinner’ with Kim in Vietnam, Joint Declaration to Come

By John Hayward President Donald Trump seemed to be in very good humor following his meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. He said he had “great meetings and dinner” with Kim and posted a music video of the two smiling, shaking hands, and talking. Great meeting and dinner with Kim Jong […]

Aid Shipments Cross Venezuelan Border As Maduro’s Soldiers Abandon Their Posts

Aid Shipments Cross Venezuelan Border As Maduro’s Soldiers Abandon Their Posts

Evie Fordham | Politics and Health Care Reporter   The first shipment of humanitarian aid crossed the border from Brazil to Venezuela Saturday, Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido said, but getting aid to the people of Venezuela continues to be beyond difficult. “This is a great accomplishment, Venezuela!” Guaido wrote on Twitter Saturday. Guaido, the 35-year-old president […]

Oxnard Council Continues Its Progressive Push Against Oil/Gas, Gun Shows

Oxnard Council Continues Its Progressive Push Against Oil/Gas, Gun Shows

By George Miller After a roaring start this year pushing what has been described as a “PC agenda,” the Oxnard Council continued at its 2-19-19 meeting, with attacks on gun shows and oilgas extraction, led by Mayor Pro Tem Ramirez. In each case, the city has no jurisdiction, but attempted to pass feelgood (a term […]

California Will Lead A Legal Challenge To Trump’s Border Wall Declaration

California Will Lead A Legal Challenge To Trump’s Border Wall Declaration

. Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter . California and a coalition of left-leaning states are expected to file a legal challenge to President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration as soon as Monday. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra told ABC News Sunday that the state had prepared to pursue legal action in advance of the president’s […]

Donald Trump Announces State of Emergency at the Border

Donald Trump Announces State of Emergency at the Border

By Charlie Spiering President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency Friday to address the border crisis, allowing him to move outside of Congress to build border barriers. “We’re going to confront the national security crisis on our border,” Trump announced in the Rose Garden. “And we are going to do it one way or the […]

California Governor Gavin Newsom Cancels High-speed Rail: ‘Would Cost Too Much and Take Too Long’

California Governor Gavin Newsom Cancels High-speed Rail: ‘Would Cost Too Much and Take Too Long’

By Joel Pollak California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Tuesday in his “State of the State” address at the California State Capitol in Sacramento that he would abandon the state’s high-speed rail system because it was too expensive. The plan to connect San Francisco to Los Angeles by high-speed rail “would cost too much and, respectfully, would […]

Democrats And Republicans Reach ‘Agreement In Principle’ On Border Security

Democrats And Republicans Reach ‘Agreement In Principle’ On Border Security

HENRY RODGERS, Capital Hill Reporter   Democrats and Republicans in Congress have reached an “agreement in principle” on President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall funding, as the government is days away from a potential shutdown. The agreement reportedly includes $1.375 billion for physical barriers, which would be bollard, or basically a concrete-filled barrier that protect office buildings […]