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Driver in Cardiac Arrest Crashes into Hillview Estates Complex, Santa Paula

Driver in Cardiac Arrest Crashes into Hillview Estates Complex, Santa Paula

Santa Paula Fire Units were dispatched to a reported T/C Heavy Rescue involving a Vehicle crashed into a Structur e. This occurred within the Hillview Estates complex. First arriving fire unit found driver unconscious and in cardiac arrest. It was reported that the driver may have experienced a Cardiac event just prior to loss of […]

One officer is killed and another is injured in Whittier shootout

One officer is killed and another is injured in Whittier shootout

LOS ANGELES — One officer was killed and a second injured in a shootout with a gang member who was wounded in the Monday morning altercation in Whittier, authorities said. Two Whittier Police Department officers responding to the scene of a traffic collision were getting out of their vehicle about 8 a.m. when a gang […]

‘High risk’ of flooding Monday in Northern California as waterways reach their limits

‘High risk’ of flooding Monday in Northern California as waterways reach their limits

LOS ANGELES — Officials said there was a high risk of flooding in parts of already-saturated Northern California as the latest “atmospheric river” storm moved in. The National Weather Service on Sunday said the highest risk for flooding was in a large swath of the region from Monterey to Marin County on the coast then […]

ACLJ uncovers soft coup by Obama administration against President Trump

ACLJ uncovers soft coup by Obama administration against President Trump

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.–The American Center for Law and Justice has uncovered a change of rules and procedures in intelligence gathering by the National Security Agency (NSA) made by the Obama Administration some 17 days before leaving the White House. The change of rules allows the government’s 16 other intelligence agencies to receive the […]

California Bill Looks To Make Election Day A Paid Holiday

California Bill Looks To Make Election Day A Paid Holiday

Lawmakers in California have introduced a bill into the State Assembly aimed at increasing voter turnout by making Election Day a paid holiday, according to local reports Friday. Private businesses would not be required to halt operations, but the bill’s sponsor, state Rep. Evan Low, said he hoped that employers give their workers the day […]

Oxnard Utility Rate Panel member finds major policy violations in City rate scenarios

Oxnard Utility Rate Panel member finds major policy violations in City rate scenarios

By George Miller Oxnard Utility Ratepayer Panel member, Moving Oxnard Forward leader and Haas Automation Controller Aaron Starr kept insisting upon the Panel’s legal right to obtain and work with the wastewater rate model developed by Oxnard Finance, Public Works and Carolla Engineers consultant Alexandre Bugsbee. The model is a complex Microsoft Excel “workbook” consisting of a […]

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Feb. 11-18) Week 4

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Feb. 11-18) Week 4

By Michael Hernandez Saturday, Feb. 11 (Day 23): California House Republicans want President to block high-speed  train All 14 California GOP House members, including House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, have sent a letter to Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao requesting that no further monies be granted to the California high-speed rail project until a full and […]

President Donald Trump speaks in Melbourne Florida — 2/18/2017

President Donald Trump speaks in Melbourne Florida — 2/18/2017

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L.A. River Nears Flood Level (Video)

L.A. River Nears Flood Level (Video)

Video Taken by A. T. a resident of Los Angeles on February 18th 2016 Related Story:  Major flooding, mudslides and deadly winds rip LA area as part of huge storm LOS ANGELES — A storm that forecasters warned could be the most powerful in years barreled into Southern California on Friday, flooding freeways, causing landslides […]

Oxnard: Flooding in the Victoria Estates Community

Oxnard: Flooding in the Victoria Estates Community

The City of Oxnard Police Department, Fire Department, and Public Works are on-scene at the Victoria Estates Community in northern Oxnard due to significant street flooding.  Pumps are currently being used to relieve the flooding.  Residents of the community are advised to use caution when driving in the neighborhood. There is no evacuation advisement or […]