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Chiquita Renews Contract with the Port of Hueneme

Chiquita Renews Contract with the Port of Hueneme

Port of Hueneme, California, November 13, 2018 — Chiquita sticks with Hueneme, signing a long-term contract with the Port. The new contract builds on their thriving business relationship which began in 2004. Oxnard Harbor District President Mary Anne Rooney stated, “We are proud to have Chiquita continue to call Port of Hueneme home again as a […]

California teacher files lawsuit against United Teachers of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Unified School District for constitutional violations

California teacher files lawsuit against United Teachers of Los Angeles and Los Angeles Unified School District for constitutional violations

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 13, 2018) – Special education teacher Thomas Few has filed a lawsuit against the United Teachers of Los Angeles and the Los Angeles Unified School District for violating his First Amendment rights to free speech and freedom of association. Few is represented by attorneys from the Liberty Justice Center and the California Policy Center. […]

Here are Some of the Most Harrowing Wildfire Escape Stories Coming Out of California

Here are Some of the Most Harrowing Wildfire Escape Stories Coming Out of California

Tim Pearce | Energy Reporter Three wildfires burning in California have upended the lives of hundreds of thousands forced to flee their homes as infernos raced toward them. The Camp Fire became California’s deadliest wildfire Monday. At least 42 people have died in the blaze. It is also the most destructive, having razed more than […]

Ventura Crew Put Down Fire on Harrison Ave.

Ventura Crew Put Down Fire on Harrison Ave.

Ventura City Fire Department units responded to a reported structure fire in the 100 Block W. Harrison Ave. The first arriving crew found a storage shed and two vehicles on fire. Numerous calls were received due and the smoke was visible for blocks. Crews initiated an immediate fire attack and achieved knock down very quickly. […]

Southern California Edison Reported Circuit Malfunction Minutes Before Woolsey Fire Began

Southern California Edison Reported Circuit Malfunction Minutes Before Woolsey Fire Began

By JOSHUA CAPLAN Southern California Edison disclosed to state officials that a circuit operated by electricity supply company malfunctioned two minutes prior to the Woolsey fire’s eruption. California Public Utilities Commission received a report via SCE on Thursday, which it says was filed “out of an abundance of caution,” detailing the incident. The utility giant told the agency a […]

Every Week, Illegal Border Crossing Dwarf Caravan That’s ‘Hundreds of Miles Away’

Every Week, Illegal Border Crossing Dwarf Caravan That’s ‘Hundreds of Miles Away’

Will Racke | Immigration and Foreign Policy Reporter   Media commentary on the migrant caravan, and President Donald Trump’s response to it, has frequently focused on the fact that it remains hundreds of miles from the U.S.-Mexico border. However, the caravan is just a small part of a bigger wave of ongoing illegal immigration from […]

The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13!

The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13!

PLEASE READ: The latest on the Channel Islands Harbor vote – TOMORROW 11/13 at City Council Meeting!   Greetings from the Channel Islands Neighborhood Council (C.I.N.C.), If you live on the harbor in the communities of Mandalay Bay, Harbour Island, Seabridge or Westport (Channel Islands Neighborhood Council) you are about to be taxed for the […]

Video | Fire East Side of Simi Valley November 12th 2018

Video | Fire East Side of Simi Valley November 12th 2018

This video was contributed by Damien Zaworski ” I live right across the street from the neighborhood that was in danger of the flames thankfully the firefighters keep the neighborhood safe it was still scary to see this smoke covering the sky.”:      Damian Zaworski is a resident of Simi Valley Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines […]

Simi Valley PD Advisory: Road closures due to active brushfire.

Simi Valley PD Advisory: Road closures due to active brushfire.

The Simi Valley Police Department is advising of the following road closures: Los Angeles Avenue eastbound from Rory Lane to Kuehner Drive. Kuehner Drive from the Santa Susana Pass Road to the 118 Freeway. Please avoid traveling in the above mentioned areas to assist in the relief of traffic congestion caused by the fire.   […]

Death Toll From California’s Wildfires Jumps as Officials Deal with Staggering Losses

Death Toll From California’s Wildfires Jumps as Officials Deal with Staggering Losses

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter More than 30 people have died in California as wildfires continue to blaze through parts of the state, officials said Monday. Destruction from the fires now equals that of the 1933 Griffith Park disaster in Los Angeles. The Woolsey Fire in the south has claimed two lives and destroyed tourist resort Malibu, […]