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Simi Valley Physician Pleads Guilty to Selling Controlled Substance

Simi Valley Physician Pleads Guilty to Selling Controlled Substance

William Matzner, M.D. (DOB 12/31/58), a Simi Valley-based internal medicine/primary care doctor who was granted a medical license by the Medical Board of California in 1986, has plead guilty to one count of selling the opiate oxycodone, a controlled substance, in violation of Health & Safety Code section 11352(a), a felony. On June 21, 2017, […]

Yiannopoulos fan files lawsuit after pepper-spray attack at UC Berkeley

Yiannopoulos fan files lawsuit after pepper-spray attack at UC Berkeley

An Oakland, Calif., woman is suing the University of California, Berkeley and 15 other parties, claiming they did nothing to protect her when she was attacked by protesters with pepper spray while attending a planned speaking event for conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos on campus in February. In a federal lawsuit filed this week, Kiara Robles […]

Sheriff conducts Probation Searches in Oak View

Sheriff conducts Probation Searches in Oak View

Ventura County Sheriff – Incident Press Release On Friday May 26th, 2017, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office Ojai Valley Station deployed 4 deputies into the field for the purpose of conducting probation / parole sweeps in the unincorporated area of the Ojai Valley. Patrol deputies assigned to the Ojai Valley Station wanted to take a proactive approach […]

Olivia Newton-John’s Cancer Returns 25 Years After Mastectomy

Olivia Newton-John’s Cancer Returns 25 Years After Mastectomy

Olivia Newton-John’s Cancer Returns 25 Years After Mastectomy Actress and singer Olivia Newton-John announced yesterday that her tour is on hiatus while she gets treatment for breast cancer. This is the Grease star’s second battle with breast cancer. She was originally diagnosed in 1992 and underwent chemotherapy and a partial mastectomy at the time, reports […]

Stop Putting Government on a Pedestal… Don’t Label Crimes against Police “Hate Crimes”

Stop Putting Government on a Pedestal… Don’t Label Crimes against Police “Hate Crimes”

    By Kevin Harris In May, 2016, Louisiana became the first state to make attacking police officers (and firefighters) a hate crime. Since then, 13 more states, most of them Republican-led, have passed “penalty enhancements” for crimes against police, with more on the way.  Once you get past the irony of Republicans pushing through […]

NRA Sues California Over ‘Gunmageddon’ Law

NRA Sues California Over ‘Gunmageddon’ Law

The National Rifle Association is suing the state of California over a law restricting magazine capacity to 10 bullets or less the organization argues is an unconstitutional limitation. The NRA Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) and the California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA) are spearheading the lawsuit, the second launched by the NRA this year […]

Restaurants Introduce ‘Labor Surcharge’ To Patrons In Lieu Of Minimum Wage Increases

Restaurants Introduce ‘Labor Surcharge’ To Patrons In Lieu Of Minimum Wage Increases

As liberal activists and the “Fight for Fifteen” movement continues to press for an increased minimum wage, the restaurant industry is passing the cost on to consumers in some states. Instead of increasing the price of menu items, many independent and regional chain restaurants are including a surcharge on the bill. The 3 to 4 […]

The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery: Vintage Photograph Exhibition Will Ask Museum Visitors to Play the Role of Detective

The 1936 Mexican Snapshot Mystery: Vintage Photograph Exhibition Will Ask Museum Visitors to Play the Role of Detective

February 4, 2017 to June 11, 2017 at the Santa Paula Art Museum The Santa Paula Art Museum’s latest offering is an exciting whodunit detective story-turned-exhibition opening Saturday, February 4, 2017. Over 900 vintage photographs – captured by three different photographers while on a 1936 trip through central Mexico – were recently discovered in an […]

Moorpark College Foundation Seeking Hall of Fame Candidates

Moorpark College Foundation Seeking Hall of Fame Candidates

Ventura Pair arrested after Citizen reports them loading vehicle with large amount of Property

Ventura Pair arrested after Citizen reports them loading vehicle with large amount of Property

On Thursday morning, November 3rd at 8:49 AM, an alert citizen called to report suspicious circumstances.  Two people were seen unloading a large amount of property from a parked vehicle in the 200 block of South Garden Street and then walked away into the surrounding neighborhood.  A records check revealed the vehicle was reported stolen. […]