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Ventura Fire Dept. stamps out blaze near Grant Park

Ventura Fire Dept. stamps out blaze near Grant Park

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 8/13/14

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 8/13/14

By George Miller This week: Host Peter Godinez, Producer Bob Allen; guests: Taylor Penny; Bob Taylor, organizer of 26 Congressional District Veterans’ Forum, featuring candidates Jeff Gorell and Julia Brownley, SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER 12 The Good Morning Oxnard show is every Wednesday at 0900 (also usually available as video on demand on kadytv.net within a […]

Santa Paula City Council delays creation of Parking District near high school

Santa Paula City Council delays creation of Parking District near high school

By Debra Tash The Santa Paula City Council voted 3 to 1 to delay a decision on the creation of a special parking district next to the High School.  Residents primarily living along Palm Court have expressed frustration at not being able to park near their own homes during the school year and special events. […]

California Watchdog group hosted Small Business Summit to stop lawsuit abuse

California Watchdog group hosted Small Business Summit to stop lawsuit abuse

By Logan McFadden California Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA) hosted a Small Business Summit luncheon at Los Robles Green Golf Course on Friday, August 15, 2014.  CALA is a nonpartisan grassroots movement of concerned citizens and businesses who are fighting against lawsuit abuse in California.  CALA serves as a watchdog to challenge the abuse of […]

Good Samaritan seriously injured rendering aid in 101 Freeway crash

Good Samaritan seriously injured rendering aid in 101 Freeway crash

Santa Paula Fire Department helped make Annual Family Health Fair a success

Santa Paula Fire Department helped make Annual Family Health Fair a success

California Is About To Pass A Bizarre Law Making Sex A Legalistic Nightmare For College Males

California Is About To Pass A Bizarre Law Making Sex A Legalistic Nightmare For College Males

Education Editor for The Daily Caller California lawmakers are poised to enact a regulation requiring every college and university that receives public funding to define consensual sex in a way that attempts to micro-manage everyone’s sexual affairs. The first-in-the-nation legislation already passed California’s state Senate by a vote of 27-4 in May, The Associated Press […]

D.A. will not seek death penalty in Jake Bush murder case

D.A. will not seek death penalty in Jake Bush murder case

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that he will not seek the death penalty against Marco Casillas. On July 2, 2014, 38 year old Casillas, of Port Hueneme, was indicted by the grand jury  for the murder of 16-year-old James “Jake” Bush on June 24, 1997, during the commission of a burglary in Jake’ […]

Simi Valley City Council considers fate of Nottingham Festival

Simi Valley City Council considers fate of Nottingham Festival

By Debra Tash   At their August 11th meeting the Simi Valley City Council considered a request by the organizers of the Nottingham Festival to move the gathering to the City’s Civic Center and allow it to run for two weekends in November 2015.  This year the festival, which is a recreation of a Renaissance […]

Santa Paula Fire Dept. puts new recruits through rigorous training

Santa Paula Fire Dept. puts new recruits through rigorous training