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Trapped in 10 Ft. Deep Trench – Ventura Fire Dept. Rescue Construction Worker

Trapped in 10 Ft. Deep Trench – Ventura Fire Dept. Rescue Construction Worker

A subcontractor was finishing work at new housing tract under development in the East end of Ventura and inadvertently fell into a 10 foot deep, 2 foot wide, electrical utility trench adjacent to Wells Road. No one was around to see the fall of the 38 year old man. Since very few people were on […]

US Green Card Lottery Applications Lost, Must be Resubmitted

US Green Card Lottery Applications Lost, Must be Resubmitted

All entries submitted to the U.S. Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, also known as the Green Card Lottery, between October 3 and 10 have been lost due to a technical glitch. Individuals who submitted applications during these dates are directed to reapply.

Treasurer Chiang Keeps Sanctions in Place Against Wells Fargo 

Treasurer Chiang Keeps Sanctions in Place Against Wells Fargo 

SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer John Chiang announced today that he has decided to extend into a second year California’s financial sanctions against Wells Fargo & Company. The sanctions include the suspension of investments by the Treasurer’s Office in Wells Fargo securities; suspension of the use of the bank as a broker-dealer for purchase of investments, and […]

The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Oct. 7-12/Day 261-266) Week 38

The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Oct. 7-12/Day 261-266) Week 38

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, October 7 (Day 261): Million Poles turn out for “Rosary on the Borders” prayer campaign Millions of Polish citizens went to the nation’s borders to “pray for the salvation of their country” in the second-largest prayer event ever held in Europe (second only to the 2016 World Youth Day) according […]

California fire toll rises to 40

California fire toll rises to 40

The death toll from California’s wildfires rose to 40 on Sunday but firefighters reported progress in battling the flames, and thousands of evacuees were gradually being allowed to return home …

Ventura: Good Samaritan Rescues Two Swimmers from Rip Current

Ventura: Good Samaritan Rescues Two Swimmers from Rip Current

The Fire Communications Center received a 911 call just after 2 pm Sunday afternoon for two swimmers in distress just down coast of Surfer’s Knoll. A 21 year old female and her 12 year old sister were swimming just off the beach when they were caught by a rip current and were pulled from shore […]

Woman fighting for her life after the Las Vegas tragedy shows remarkable signs of recovery Tina Frost The

Woman fighting for her life after the Las Vegas tragedy shows remarkable signs of recovery  Tina Frost The

tragic Las Vegas mass shooting left one woman in a coma, but after a week of fighting for her life, she has woken up and has even taken her first steps. On Friday, a GoFundMe page set up in her honor announced that Tina Frost is responsive and took three steps to a chair and […]

Damage Mounts From California Wildfires

Damage Mounts From California Wildfires

Wildfires in California’s famed wine country are spreading after a week of the worst blazes the state has ever seen. The death toll rose to at least 35 on Saturday, with at least 16 fires burning …

N. Korea readies missile launch ahead of US-S. Korea drill: report

N. Korea readies missile launch ahead of US-S. Korea drill: report

North Korea is believed to be preparing to launch a ballistic missile ahead of an upcoming joint naval drill by the US and South Korea, a news report said Saturday, citing a government source. The US navy said Friday that a US aircraft carrier will lead the drill in the coming week, a fresh show […]

U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the EPA can evade judicial review

U.S. Supreme Court to decide whether the EPA can evade judicial review

Can federal bureaucrats insulate their regulations from review by arbitrarily restricting their victims’ ability to sue? Can they distort statutory guidelines in a way that limits the public’s access to justice? These questions will be before the Supreme Court on Wednesday, October 11, when it hears National Association of Manufacturers v. U.S. Department of Defense. The […]