Monday, April 12, 2010
Authorities arrested a male suspect who is now in custody
Ventura police arrest Hell’s Angel after he allegedly hit his girlfriend.
Three Stabbed At Oxnard Soccer Game — KVTA
One Person Arrested
President Obama and top officials from 47 countries have gathered at an unprecedented global summit in Washington to forge a plan that would halt the spread of nuclear weapons and keep them out of the hands of terrorists – which he calls the single biggest threat to nuclear security.
Monday, March 29, 2010
‘We’re going to keep fighting,’ a founder of local group says
Response times now slower
Taggers Blamed For Oxnard Shooting — KVTA
Victim Shot In The Face
All Within Four Hours Sunday Afternoon
Two women blew themselves up 45 minutes apart at separate stations packed with morning commuters Monday.
Monday, March 8, 2010
MONKEY SEE: The Hurt Locker had a big night, and its director is the first woman to win an Oscar.
Placebos play a useful role in drug testing: they help scientists determine just how effective a drug is. But a comparison of studies of antidepressants finds that patients find placebos twice as effective today as they did in the 1980s. Researchers aren’t entirely sure why this is happening, but they say these findings could complicate medicine.
The prospect of paying Anthem Blue Cross $911 a month for health insurance has Ursula Britton counting birthdays and feeling as if she’s boxed into a corner.
Last fall, when dozens of medicinal marijuana users went to the Ventura City Council to urge it to show compassion and give them a legal place to get their medicine, the council responded just as every other community in Ventura County had in the past: It said no.
Feeling the Sting – LA Times
Business: More than half of Ventura County’s apiaries have closed, and others are threatened by low honey prices, parasites and the expected arrival of the Africanized bees.
Monday, March 1, 2010
Waving American flags and carrying signs that read "Freedom Not Marxism" and "Take Back Our Country," about 60 people braved the rain Saturday to attend an outdoor Tea Party rally in Thousand Oaks.
Damage from storm at Ventura Keys — VCStar
Tsunami hits waterways
Will Face 7 Years In State Prison
Olympic Closing Ceremonies: Canada went out with a smile.
Police fired tear gas and imposed the overnight curfew to control looters who sacked virtually every market in the hard-hit city of Concepcion, as terrifying aftershocks turned more buildings into rubble and forced thousands to set up tents in parks and grassy highway medians.
Monday, February 22, 2010
The pro golfer and the automaker act to repair tarnished reputations.
Murder defendant Jane Laut of Oxnard was in Ventura County Superior Court Friday morning, only hours after being set free on $1 million bail, as attorneys and a judge aired their concerns about evidence and publicity in the case.
You hear the announcements to reduce landscape watering, wash full loads of laundry, put a bucket in the shower to catch the water as it warms up, turn off the faucet while you brush your teeth, and put a shut-off nozzle on the hose while you wash the car, among others.
The county Parks department will ask the Board of Supervisors to approve small hikes in camping fees on Tuesday.
Alleged suspect stole vehicle from a party before accident on Petit Avenue
Monday, February 15, 2010
Residents who live next to Jerry Bruckheimer’s ranch in the Ojai Valley rail against the trees he’s planted that obscure their vista of the Topa Topa Mountains.
Oxnard Police look for 15 suspected of beating on Cypress Road
A Southern California meat-packing firm has expanded its recall of ground beef and veal that might be contaminated with E. Coli.
The recent rainfall is a welcome occurance to drought impacted Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties. But, it’s still a drop in the bucket compared to what’s really needed to ease the crisis.