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California Lawmaker Pushes Bill to Ban Paper Receipts Based on Claims They’re Full of Harmful ‘Toxins’

California Lawmaker Pushes Bill to Ban Paper Receipts Based on Claims They’re Full of Harmful ‘Toxins’

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor . A California state lawmaker introduced a bill to ban paper receipts starting in 2022. Environmentalists say the bill will also protect people from “toxins” in paper receipts, including BPA. However, experts and regulatory agencies say BPA is safe at current levels and not harmful. A Democratic state lawmaker […]

Santa Paula: Homeless Shelter Approved Via Temporary Use Permit (TUP)

Santa Paula:  Homeless Shelter Approved Via Temporary Use Permit (TUP)

By Sheryl Hamlin The city of Santa Paula granted a Temporary Use Permit (TUP) to the Spirit of Santa Paula to operate a homeless shelter. There was no public hearing for the Temporary Use Permit because it was declared an “emergency”. To download and read the entire TUP, click here: 19-TUP-01 FINAL W SIGNATURES Highlights […]

Murder Charges, Sell-off or Bankruptcy are all on Table for California’s Biggest Utility after Deadly Wildfires

Murder Charges, Sell-off or Bankruptcy are all on Table for California’s Biggest Utility after Deadly Wildfires

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator   Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), California’s largest electric utility, faces a range of consequences as a result of deadly wildfires that ravaged the state. In the past two years, California has been hit with a number of destructive wildfires — resulting in a high number of deaths. One […]

State Controller Betty T. Yee Sworn in for Second Term

State Controller Betty T. Yee Sworn in for Second Term

SACRAMENTO — California State Controller Betty T. Yee was sworn in today for her second term as the chief fiscal officer of the world’s fifth-largest economy. The oath was administered by California Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye at a ceremony in the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. After taking her oath of office, Yee gave […]

Possible teachers strike would impact Los Angeles and 31 smaller cities

Possible teachers strike would impact Los Angeles and 31 smaller cities

By Michael Hernandez LOS ANGELES—A threatened teachers strike to begin Thursday, Jan. 10th would impact 640,000 students in over 1,000 schools and 200 public charter schools in the second largest school district in the nation.  Los Angeles Unified School District is spread over 720 square miles and includes the city of Los Angeles as well […]

Mudslides trap California drivers including rapper Soulja Boy, close major highway

Mudslides trap California drivers including rapper Soulja Boy, close major highway

A winter storm that brought heavy rain to Southern California wildfire burn areas unleashed flooding and mudslides on Saturday, trapping motorists, including rapper Soulja Boy, on a major highway. The California Department of Transportation District 7 said on Twitter that the Pacific Coast Highway will remain closed until Monday due to mudslides and flooding between Las Posas […]

There’s Snow on ‘Em There Hills!

There’s Snow on ‘Em There Hills!

By Staff, Nearly an inch fell last night on Ventura County, 0.81 average, with more on the way.  The rain year to date from October 1st 2018 is 4.1 inches. Malibu reported mudslides in the burn areas.  Last night rain totals are posted below in a map provided by https://www.vcwatershed.net/fws/gmap.html A Thousand Oaks reader, Susan Kline sent […]

The Latest: Funeral held in California for slain officer

The Latest: Funeral held in California for slain officer

MODESTO, Calif. – The Latest on the funeral for slain California police officer (all times local): 10:20 a.m. A moment of silence, followed by Scottish bagpipes playing “Amazing Grace,” marked the beginning of funeral services Saturday for a slain police officer in central California. Cpl. Ronil (row-neel) Singh was shot and killed in the early hours […]

Ventura Vegetation Fire in Arundell Barranca

Ventura Vegetation Fire in Arundell Barranca

On January 5th at 4:08 AM, the Ventura County Fire Communication Center received multiple reports of a structure fire in the area of Whittier Ct in the City of Ventura.  Ventura City Fire Department resources were quickly dispatched and arrived to find a fire burning in heavy vegetation in the Arundell Barranca to the rear […]