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VC Sheriff arrests four Hells Angels for loaded firearms and drugs at Toy Drive event

VC Sheriff arrests four Hells Angels for loaded firearms and drugs at Toy Drive event

Channel Islands Parade of Lights photos

Channel Islands Parade of Lights photos

By  George Miller Every  year, on the second Saturday evening of December, the Channel Islands Parade of Lights boat procession is held. Entrants vie to outdo each other with boat decorating artistry. This year we were between rainstorms and had beautiful weather. The shores were lined with thousands of people, enjoying the free show.  2014’s theme was […]

Video coverage- Santa to the Sea Half-Marathon, 5K, etc

Video coverage- Santa to the Sea Half-Marathon, 5K, etc

Video Event Report- 12/13-14/14 http://kadytv.net http://santatothesea.com/  START & FINISH     STARTING LINE FINISH LINE  AWARDS  HALF MARATHON5 K DIAPER DASH   INTERVIEWS WITH WINNERS       MORE INTERVIEWS: RACE DIRECTOR MIKE BARBER                                             […]

Camarillo: City Council sells old courthouse for $1

Camarillo: City Council sells old courthouse for $1

by Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, December 10th. The Council unanimously approved the Purchase and Development Agreement with the Ventura County Transportation Commission (VCTC) for reuse of the Old Courthouse building located on Ventura Blvd. VCTC will pay the City $1.00 contingent upon constructing improvements or constructing a new building on […]

Ventura: Twelve year old boy pulled from surf

Ventura: Twelve year old boy pulled from surf

Oxnard PD search for suspect in City’s 9th homicide this year

Oxnard PD search for suspect in City’s 9th homicide this year

Thousand Oaks: City to hold special election in June for Irwin’s Seat

Thousand Oaks: City to hold special election in June for Irwin’s Seat

Thousand Oaks: State of the City 2014–A time to remember the past and embrace the future

Thousand Oaks: State of the City 2014–A time to remember the past and embrace the future

By Kelsey Stuart Folded linen table napkins, decadent cheesecakes and 400 members of the community attended Thousand Oaks’ 2014 State of the City at California Lutheran University. “Today is really about being here to support the city,” Dan Roundtree said, chairman of the city’s planning commission. Roundtree mentioned that in his three years on the […]

Camarillo Council pushes plan to protect besieged Camarillo Springs

Camarillo Council pushes plan to protect besieged Camarillo Springs

The Camarillo City Council moved forward with a plan to permanently shore up the besieged Camarillo Springs community at the Council meeting on Wednesday, December 10th. The City has coordinated emergency interventions to hold back the debris flows which first impacted the community during the Halloween rain storm HERE. A stop gap plan is under […]

Oxnard PD arrest man for stealing mail

Oxnard PD arrest man for stealing mail