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Chiang and County Treasurers Move to Stop ‘Pay-to-Play’ School Bond Campaigns

Chiang and County Treasurers Move to Stop ‘Pay-to-Play’ School Bond Campaigns

State Treasurer John Chiang and a coalition of county treasurers and tax collectors moved to stop questionable bankrolling of campaign activities in local bond election campaigns. Preying on school districts eager to win voter approval for bond elections, municipal finance firms, including bond counsel, underwriters, and financial advisors, are offering to fund or provide campaign […]

Malik Obama, President Obama’s half-brother, to vote for Donald Trump

Malik Obama, President Obama’s half-brother, to vote for Donald Trump

President Obama’s Kenyan half-brother, Malik Obama, plans to vote for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. A longtime Democrat, Malik Obama, 58, told the New York Post that he likes Mr. Trump “because he speaks from the heart.” “‘Make America Great Again’ is a great slogan,” he said. “I would like to meet him.” Malik Obama […]

Woman slips on fire road is injured — Airship flies her to safety

Woman slips on fire road is injured — Airship flies her to safety

Ventura City Fire Crews and AMR Ambulance arrived in the park, gathered equipment, and hiked up to the location of the fall victim. Ventura City Fire Paramedics started advanced life support and provided intravenous therapy, splinting, and pain medication administration and directed additional rescue crews to come to their location to help transport the victim […]

Property Taxes to Increase by 13 Percent in Coming Year

Property Taxes to Increase by 13 Percent in Coming Year

Oxnard PD arrest pair of suspected vandals — 17 year old with loaded handgun

Oxnard PD arrest pair of suspected vandals — 17 year old with loaded handgun

Oxnard Donuts employee shot during robbery

Oxnard Donuts employee shot during robbery

In Voicemail, Bank Says It No Longer Lends to Firearms Dealers

In Voicemail, Bank Says It No Longer Lends to Firearms Dealers

By Kelsey Harkness The stories of two businessmen who recently were denied banking services because they sell firearms suggest a secretive government program called Operation Choke Point still affects industries across the nation that the Obama administration considered undesirable. In one case, a large bank in New England denied a line of credit to a […]

Vehicle stolen from driveway of home recovered – Two suspects arrested

Vehicle stolen from driveway of home recovered – Two suspects arrested

State food stamp enrollment increases, eligible population decreases

State food stamp enrollment increases, eligible population decreases

. Not only is the number of Californians participating in the state’s federally funded food stamp program increasing, but the number of eligible recipients is decreasing, according to state and federal data. California for years has lagged behind the rest of the country in terms of participation. Tied for 48th in 2013, only 66 percent […]

CA to roll out pay-per-mile pilot program for drivers

CA to roll out pay-per-mile pilot program for drivers