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Miriam Schwab Estate Donates $12 Million to Ventura College Foundation | Largest Gift Ever To A Community College In Southern California

Miriam Schwab Estate Donates $12 Million to Ventura College Foundation | Largest Gift Ever To A Community College In Southern California

Ventura, Calif.—Ventura College Foundation, which provides financial support to students and programs of Ventura College, received $12 million from the estate of Miriam Schwab. It is the largest gift ever to a community college in Southern California according to The Chronicle of Philanthropy Gift Database. Schwab, who passed away December 24, 2017 at age 89, […]

The Most Underreported Stories of the Week [VIDEO]

The Most Underreported Stories of the Week [VIDEO]

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist This was a busy news week with the 17th anniversary of 9/11 and Hurricane Florence — which are obviously worth the attention they’re receiving — but there are several other stories that are getting swept under the rug because they don’t don’t fit the Left’s agenda. Some of the stories […]

Pacific Legal Foundation asks Supreme Court to give homeowners meaningful protection from excessive fines

Pacific Legal Foundation asks Supreme Court to give homeowners meaningful protection from excessive fines

By Christina M. Martin, Attorney Our friends at Institute for Justice have convinced the Supreme Court to soon decide in the case Timbs v. Indiana whether the Constitution restrains states (and not just the federal government) from imposing excessive fines. This case started when the State of Indiana  attempted to take Mr. Timbs’s Land Rover, on top of other […]

Port Hueneme | Cannabis Growing Facility Meeting with City Manager Rod Butler & Chief Andrew Salinas

Port Hueneme | Cannabis Growing Facility Meeting with City Manager Rod Butler & Chief Andrew Salinas

By Tom Dunn At the meeting with City Manager Rod Butler and PHPD Chief Andrew Salinas the following points were discussed about the cannabis manufacturing plant that is in the process of approval where currently the city maintenance yard is located.  1)  The deal has not been finalized because the purchase loan has not cleared […]

Gov. Brown is Launching California Into Space — To Fight Global Warming

Gov. Brown is Launching California Into Space — To Fight Global Warming

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter California Gov. Jerry Brown announced Friday night at the end of a climate summit that the Golden State will launch a satellite into space at some point to monitor the scope of man-made global warming. Brown has long had to live down the nickname “Moonbeam” after he pushed in the […]

Trump Credited with Funding California’s First New Water Storage in 40 Years

Trump Credited with Funding California’s First New Water Storage in 40 Years

By Joel B. Pollak President Donald Trump is being credited for the passage of a new provision through the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday that will provide funding to help California to build its first water storage infrastructure in 40 years. McClatchy reported on Thursday: The House approved several provisions Thursday that help fund water storage projects. […]

Man Found Guilty of 2009 Richardson Murder

Man Found Guilty of 2009 Richardson Murder

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Glenn William Sires (DOB 6/23/70), of Simi Valley, was found guilty of one count of second-degree murder for the killing of 52-year-old Janice Richardson in Simi Valley on January 24, 2009. The jury was unable to reach a verdict on a second count of […]

Oxnard Man Found Guilty of 2012 Murder

Oxnard Man Found Guilty of 2012 Murder

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Daniel Alvarez (DOB 3/25/93), of Oxnard, was convicted by a jury of the first-degree murder, attempted robbery and use of a firearm in the killing of Jorge Rodriguez. The jury also found true the special circumstance that Alvarez committed the murder during the attempted […]

San Francisco is Removing Statue that Shows Founding of California Over Racism Concerns

San Francisco is Removing Statue that Shows Founding of California Over Racism Concerns

Neetu Chandak | Contributor The San Francisco Board of Appeals unanimously voted Wednesday to remove a statue that showed the founding of California over racism concerns. Some American Indian activists found the “Early Days” statue degrading and racist as it showed an American Indian at the feet of a Spanish cowboy and a Catholic missionary. […]

Port of Hueneme Awarded $360,000 of Port Security Grant Program Funding to Implement Cutting Edge Technologies

Port of Hueneme Awarded $360,000 of Port Security Grant Program Funding to Implement Cutting Edge Technologies

Port of Hueneme, California, September 13, 2018 — The Port of Hueneme was recently awarded $360,000 of Port Security Grant Program (PSGP) funding through the Department of Homeland Security, an increase over the last three years. Since 2015, the Port has received over $1.24 million in federal PSGP funding. As Mary Anne Rooney, President of the Oxnard […]