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F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama

F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama

By JONATHAN WEISMAN WASHINGTON — Senior Republicans conceded on Tuesday that the grueling fight with President Obama over the regulation of Internet service appears over, rx with the president and an army of Internet activists victorious. The Federal Communications Commission is expected on Thursday to approve regulating Internet service like a public utility, pharmacy prohibiting […]

Oxnard–Metrolink Crash: Over 50 Injured, 4 listed in critical condition

Oxnard–Metrolink Crash:  Over 50 Injured, 4 listed in critical condition

By George Miller A Metrolink train crashed into a truck stopped on the tracks at a grade crossing at Rice Ave. near 5th Street in a farm and industrial area of Oxnard shortly before 5:45am, Tuesday morning, February 24th.  Four train cars were derailed.  There were 51 reported injured, 28 hospitalized and being treated at local area hospitals. […]

Simi Valley City Council gives legitimate massage businesses consideration–Extends moratorium

Simi Valley City Council gives legitimate massage businesses consideration–Extends moratorium

By Debra Tash Several cities around the County have placed moratoriums on new massage parlor businesses since the state passed AB 1147. “In 2014, see the legislature passed AB 1147 (effective January 1, stuff 2015 to January 1, 2017), to replace SB 731 and to retain the regulatory authority over massage practitioners by the California […]

Oxnard CERT graduating class 2-21-15

Oxnard CERT graduating class 2-21-15

By George Miller Watch for a story on this later in the week. One of the largest Civilian Emergency Response Team classes ever – actually an English and Spanish language class, recipe combined, seek for the final exercise to more closely simulate local reality. To register for a CERT class, call the Oxnard Fire Department […]

Simi Valley Police Department’s Community Liaison Officers Begin to Cleanup Illegal Camps

Simi Valley Police Department’s Community Liaison Officers Begin to Cleanup Illegal Camps

The Simi Valley Police Department’s Community Liaison Officer Program (CLO) continued in its ongoing efforts to address the issue of homelessness in the City of Simi Valley on February 21, here 2015, drugs by launching a cleanup effort at two of the illegal camps that have been established within city limits. The first two camps […]

Santa Paula Native Returns to Ventura County inspired to Teach

Santa Paula Native Returns to Ventura County inspired to Teach

By Sheryl Hamlin The Blanchard Community Library hosted a community lecture on Thursday, viagra February 19th. The standing room only crowd engaged in an hour long presentation by Dr. Luis Sánchez of the CSU Channel  Islands Sociology Program. Dr. Sánchez, clinic a native of Santa Paula, price left California for education in Ohio State and […]

Activist Linda Paine exposes major CA Election flaws on KRLA

Activist Linda Paine exposes major CA Election flaws on KRLA

 By George Miller Linda Paine founded Election Integrity Project (EIP), a volunteer based organization formed to provide non-partisan education about the electoral system, as well as training and oversight for individuals who want to help protect and preserve fair and honest elections in California. Ms. Paine was interviewed by Larry Marino on KRLA about serious deficiencies in […]

Santa Paula Mid-Year Budget Report

Santa Paula Mid-Year Budget Report

By Sheryl Hamlin Part Three of 3-Part Series The last item of business on the February 17, cure 2015 Santa Paula City Council meeting was billed as the “Fiscal Year 2014-2015 Mid-Year Budget Report”. The following statement occurs on page three of Director Easley’s staff report: Note that this statement is the only time in […]

Ventura County Sheriff’s deputy cleared in shooting of Devon Costa

Ventura County Sheriff’s deputy cleared in shooting of Devon Costa

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that the review by the District Attorney’s Office of the circumstances surrounding the September 7, 2013, shooting of Devon Costa by Ventura County Sheriff’s Deputy Danielle Delpit has been completed. From the DA’s report: “On September 7, 2013, at approximately 4:33 p.m., about 30 hours after Costa was […]

All Aboard: Santa Paula to Launch Fixed Route Heritage Valley Transit Service

All Aboard: Santa Paula to Launch Fixed Route Heritage Valley Transit Service

By Sheryl Hamlin Note: This is part two of a three part report The first part of this report covered the joint meeting of February 17, unhealthy 2015 between the Santa Paula Planning Commission and the Santa Paula City Council where the approval of the amendment to the East Area 1 Specific Plan occurred. The […]