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Two real estate fraud cases: One person sentenced–another pleas guilty

Two real estate fraud cases: One person sentenced–another pleas guilty

Kern County resident Gina Marie Hernandez (DOB 9/24/77) was sentenced to two years eight months in state prison for recording a false document. Hernandez, along with Kern County residents Hayser Scarlett Lopez (DOB 10/17/68) and Peggy Ann Soto (DOB 7/9/59), was arrested in October 2014 after an investigation conducted by the District Attorney’s Real Estate […]

In Loving memory of Julie Flynn of Oxnard

In Loving memory of Julie Flynn of Oxnard

By George Miller Julie Flynn, beloved wife of Mayor Tim Flynn, passed away after a long illness. She was much loved by her family, friends and community. Arrangements will be announced when set. Please join us in offering our deepest sympathy to Oxnard’s First Family. Offer your prayers, if you will.   Official preliminary statement […]

Planned Parenthood: Pro-life activists rally for investigation, end of subsidies

Planned Parenthood: Pro-life activists rally for investigation, end of subsidies

Andrea Pearson waited for years for the crisis of her pregnancy at age 18 to be over, cure but the “quick and easy” abortion she got at Planned Parenthood haunted her instead. “What I felt was shame. I had just allowed a stranger to rip not only a part of my soul, decease but my […]

Groups eye additional “sin tax” revenue

Groups eye additional “sin tax” revenue

. Is a tax on cigarettes a revenue raiser or a “sin tax” — used to discourage individuals from using products considered harmful? The effort to raise taxes on cigarettes – there is a measure in the Legislature as well a ballot initiative moving through the process — often directs new revenues toward specific purposes. […]

John Boehner coup: Mark Meadows files motion to oust House Speaker

John Boehner coup: Mark Meadows files motion to oust House Speaker

Tea party champion Rep. Mark Meadows filed a motion Tuesday to oust House Speaker John A. Boehner from his leadership post, vcialis 40mg escalating the feud between a faction of conservative lawmakers and the Republican leadership. Mr. Meadows, North Carolina Republican, filed a motion to “vacate the chair,” which could force a no-confidence vote by […]

EPA deletes “navigable” from statute – states sue

EPA deletes “navigable” from statute – states sue

Should All Workers Be Paid At Least $15 An Hour?

Should All Workers Be Paid At Least $15 An Hour?

Developers Confront Camarillo City Council over Water

Developers Confront Camarillo City Council over Water

The Camarillo City Council held a public hearing on July 22, 2015, to consider adoption of an Urgency Ordinance amending water conservation measures. Due to the current drought, Governor Brown issued Executive Order B-29-15 imposing unprecedented water restrictions on California’s water supply. As a result, the City is tasked with implementing strategies to comply with […]

Unlawful immigrants rush for CA drivers licenses

Unlawful immigrants rush for CA drivers licenses

Judge rules illegal immigrant parents with children should be released

Judge rules illegal immigrant parents with children should be released

Illegal immigrant parents and children should usually be released rather than held in custody, a federal judge ruled late Friday in a decision that could put thousands more illegal immigrants out on the streets, where they’re less likely to return for their deportation hearings. The sweeping decision, by U.S. District Judge Dolly M. Gee, gives […]