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Preview of Tuesday Oxnard City Council Meeting Report

Preview of Tuesday Oxnard City Council Meeting Report

At the 5-21-19 Oxnard City Council meeting, a far-reaching overhaul and streamlining of the notoriously slow, cumbersome development/planning process was unveiled; dozens of residents rebelled against the proposed shutdown (to close a $9 million dollar shortfall) of  beloved amenities such as the Performing Arts Center, Carnegie Art Museum and Colonia Library; the renewal of the […]

Shout out to Supervisor Long for Support of Hueneme Foundation’s Sensor Project

Shout out to Supervisor Long for Support of  Hueneme Foundation’s Sensor Project

A big shout out to Supervisor Kelly Long for helping forward the Hueneme Foundation’s Sensor Project, through her efforts, the foundation will be able to install another sensor array on Ventura County property. More important, she was able to gain the support of the entire Board of Supervisors to waive the $2,000 fee and deposit […]

2,000 Pounds Of Hot Dogs Recalled Before Top Grilling Holiday

2,000 Pounds Of Hot Dogs Recalled Before Top Grilling Holiday

Molly Prince | Politics Reporter   Over 2,000 pounds of skinless beef frankfurters are being recalled because of possible metal contamination, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Saturday. Chicago-based Vienna Beef Ltd. recalled the nearly 2,030 pounds of hot dogs after the factory discovered the issue and reported […]

Ventura Man Sentenced to 60 Years to Life for Kidnap, Rape and Battery

Ventura Man Sentenced to 60 Years to Life for Kidnap, Rape and Battery

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that David Romero (DOB 10/04/90), of Ventura, was sentenced to 60 years to life in prison by Judge Anthony Sabo.  On February 22, 2019, Romero was convicted by a jury of rape and three counts of inflicting a traumatic condition upon his dating partner, and […]

Oxnard Man Found Guilty of 2016 Murder

Oxnard Man Found Guilty of 2016 Murder

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Christopher Gaston (DOB 12/2/79), of Oxnard, was convicted by a jury of the first-degree murder of Christopher  Camper. The jury also found true that Gaston committed the murder by  using a firearm, lying  in wait, and shooting from a vehicle. On June 25, 2016, […]

Oxnard | City Manager Nguyen Appoints Cultural and Community Services Director

Oxnard | City Manager Nguyen Appoints Cultural and Community Services Director

Oxnard, CA. – Oxnard  announced the appointment of Terrel Harrison as Oxnard’s new Cultural and Community Services Director effective today, May 20, 2019. Mr. Harrison has been an employee of the City of Oxnard for over 32 years in different capacities. He began his career as a Recreation Leader I and worked his way up […]

Camarillo Man Sentenced to Jail for Thefts

Camarillo Man Sentenced to Jail for Thefts

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Michael Joseph Gomez (DOB 09/22/84), of Camarillo, was sentenced to 48 months in jail by Judge Bruce Young. Gomez will have to serve 16 months in custody and will be on supervised release for the balance of the sentence. He was also ordered to […]

Here’s How The Asylum System Is Being Exploited

Here’s How The Asylum System Is Being Exploited

Andrew Kerr | Investigative Reporter   Only a small minority of migrants from the Central American countries at the epicenter of the border crisis say violence drove them out of their homeland, multiple surveys show. Most migrants from the so-called Northern Triangle who claim asylum at the border are let into the country pending a […]

Santa Paula: Goals, Objectives and New Infrastructure Committee With NO Citizens

Santa Paula: Goals, Objectives and New Infrastructure Committee With NO Citizens

By Sheryl Hamlin At the Monday, May 15, 2019 Santa Paula City Council meeting, the council discussed the FY19/20 goals and objectives. These were derived from a study session held on March 22, 2018. At this meeting, a list of tasks was presented. Three speakers spoke in public comments: Connie Tushla spoke of deteriorated streets, […]

NASA Taps 11 American Companies to Advance Human Lunar Landers – 4 in California

NASA Taps 11 American Companies to Advance Human Lunar Landers – 4 in California

NASA has selected 11 companies to conduct studies and produce prototypes of human landers for its Artemis lunar exploration program. This effort will help put American astronauts — the first woman and next man — on the Moon’s south pole by 2024 and establish sustainable missions by 2028. “To accelerate our return to the Moon, […]

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