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Oxnard: Loaded Firearm in a Vehicle

Oxnard: Loaded Firearm in a Vehicle

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On December 15, 2017, at approximately 9:52 p.m., officers from the Oxnard Police Department were checking the area of Perkins Road and McWane Boulevard related to an earlier call for service.  A vehicle was located in the area and detained for a vehicle code violation. As officers approached the […]

The Oxnard Police Department is Arresting Drunk Drivers This Holiday Season

The Oxnard Police Department is Arresting Drunk Drivers This Holiday Season

This holiday season, The Oxnard Police Department will work around the clock to keep drivers and passengers safe as they search for impaired drivers. From December 15, 2017, through January 1, 2018, law enforcement is partnering with the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in a special year-end […]

Port Hueneme Senior Holiday Luncheon Video – 2017

Port Hueneme Senior Holiday Luncheon Video – 2017

This cheery annual event was held December 12th in Port Hueneme. It was held at the Orvene S. Carpenter Community Center an there was a boutique onsite for holiday shoppers.  The tickets were $7 which included food and entertainment.     Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a […]

Jeff Burum holds CD26 Congressional campaign kickoff

Jeff Burum holds CD26 Congressional campaign kickoff

By George Miller Oxnard Seabridge neighborhood resident Jeffrey Burum held his campaign kickoff at the Seabridge clubhouse. He has been testing the waters and doing events all over the District, which is mostly in Ventura County.  There will be Conejo Valley and Camarillo meetings as well. About 45 mostly local people showed up for this […]

Oxnard’s First Responders Joined Target at the Collection to Host the Seventh Annual Heroes and Helpers Event

Oxnard’s First Responders Joined Target at the Collection to Host the Seventh Annual Heroes and Helpers Event

On December 14, 2017 at 8:00 AM the Oxnard Police and Fire Departments, in conjunction with Target at the Collection, were proud to host the Seventh Annual Heroes & Helpers event. The Heroes & Helpers program fosters strong community relationships by pairing public safety officials with youth to shop for the children’s families during the […]

City of Camarillo Providing Free Particulate Masks to the Public and City Employees

City of Camarillo Providing  Free Particulate Masks to the Public and City Employees

Camarillo, California – The City of Camarillo is providing Free particulate masks (N-95) to the public and to city employees. Regular and small sizes are available. Masks will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis, and will be available until supplies last or the necessity passes. The City will distribute two to each person to allow […]

Oxnard: Thomas Fire Update

Oxnard: Thomas Fire Update

Oxnard, California – The Thomas Fire has now consumed more than 242,500 acres in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties and is 30 percent contained. Intensive fire control and containment efforts continue. Resources from the Oxnard Police and Fire Departments remain actively involved in the response. While there is no fire actively burning in the City […]

Thomas Fire Delays Abatement of Halaco Site

Thomas Fire Delays Abatement of Halaco Site

Oxnard, California – The scheduled abatement of the Halaco site on Dec. 15 has been delayed due to the Thomas Fire, which continues to burn in the surrounding region. The Army National Guard Armory in Ventura, which is to serve as the West Ventura County Regional Winter Warming Shelter for homeless through March, is still being […]

Brownley CD26 primary Democrat challenger emerges

Brownley CD26 primary Democrat challenger emerges

There are a lot of problems in Washington D.C., but no one seems to be solving any of them. John Nelson is going to Washington D.C. to make government do what it is supposed to do – work for its citizens. John Nelson is NOT a politician. He does know how to get things accomplished. […]

Camarillo: Police ask for Public’s help to Identify Bicycle Thief

Camarillo: Police ask for Public’s help to Identify Bicycle Thief

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On 11/19/17, an unidentified male suspect stole an orange and white Rad Power Bike from the west wall of McDonald’s, located at 1650 Arneill Road. The restaurant’s camera  system  recorded the suspect riding the stolen bicycle away from the location. The electric powered bicycle was valued at about […]

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