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Public Education is Changing Forever

Public Education is Changing Forever

    By Edward Ring The COVID pandemic has closed public schools for over two months, with no end in sight. This represents a seismic disruption to a system that was already strained. Before the pandemic lockdown, public schools in California faced financial insolvency, woeful failures to educate (especially in low income communities), and a parent […]

Trump Tells Governors They’re ‘Weak,’ Urges Them to Crack Down on Violent Riots

Trump Tells Governors They’re ‘Weak,’ Urges Them to Crack Down on Violent Riots

BY JACK PHILLIPS President Donald Trump told the governors of states to crack down on violent protesters and rioting across the United States, according to multiple news outlets that published transcripts of the call. White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany later told reporters in a briefing at the White House that that Trump called on governors to act […]

Oxnard City Council Prepares to Enact Property Tax Assessment

Oxnard City Council Prepares to Enact Property Tax Assessment

DATE:             June 2, 2020 TO:                  City Council FROM:            Kevin Riper, Chief Financial Officer, (805) 385-7475, [email protected] SUBJECT:      Public Safety Property Tax Assessment FY 2020-21. RECOMMENDATION  That the City Council adopts a resolution establishing the FY 2020-21 tax rates on property in the City of Oxnard for the payment of voter-approved obligations related to public safety […]

County of Ventura COVID-19 Update 6/1/20

County of Ventura COVID-19 Update 6/1/20

Good Afternoon, Here’s your update on COVID-19 in the County of Ventura. The numbers reflect stats from Friday 5/29, Saturday 5/30 and Sunday 5/31. 74 cases 1,152 total cases 854 recovered cases 18 current hospitalizations 264 active cases 34 deaths (Age range 29-99, 20 males and 14 females) 27, 966 people tested Reopening VC Many […]

Video | President Trump Delivers Remarks – Will Deploy Military if Governors fail to Protect their States

Video | President Trump Delivers Remarks – Will Deploy Military if Governors fail to Protect their States

President Trump addressed the nation today in the Rose Garden.  He spoke about George Floyd’s death, promising that justice will be done.  As to the rioting and looting, he is prepared to deploy the military to put an end to it if the governors fail to defend the citizens of their states.  He pledged to […]

Online Threats of Looting or Rioting in Ventura County

Online Threats of Looting or Rioting in Ventura County

Law enforcement agencies throughout Ventura County are receiving a heavy volume of phone calls from concerned residents regarding social media posts by people threatening to start rioting or looting in our local neighborhoods. The Sheriff’s Office understands these social media posts increase fear and anxiety within our communities.  The posts are closely monitored and investigated […]

Los Angeles Mobilizes National Guard to Quell Violence, Looting

Los Angeles Mobilizes National Guard to Quell Violence, Looting

BY ISABEL VAN BRUGEN   Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti called on the California National Guard to patrol the streets of the nation’s second largest city on May 31 as protests intensified across the United States in response to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. After Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a state of emergency for Los Angeles county, the […]

Oxnard | 19 year old arrested for Possession of Handgun

Oxnard | 19 year old arrested for Possession of Handgun

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On May 31, 2020, at approximately 9:19 PM, officers were dispatched to a call of a subject with a handgun in his waistband inside the Shell Gas Station located at 1901 North Rose Ave. Upon arrival, officers located the subject, Eze Moore age 19, San Diego Resident, seated inside […]

Ventura | Woman battered and robbed at ATM

Ventura | Woman battered and robbed at ATM

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On may 30th at 9:53 PM the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a 911 call of an injured female near the Bank of America in the 2600 block of E. Main St. Officers, along with fire personnel responded and upon arrival contacted a 45-year-old female with non-life-threatening injuries. […]

Historic St. John’s Church Set Ablaze In DC As Another Night Of Riots Engulfs Country

Historic St. John’s Church Set Ablaze In DC As Another Night Of Riots Engulfs Country

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER . Another night of violent chaos engulfed the country as historic St. John’s Episcopal Church was set ablaze Sunday night, one of several fires set near the White House. Demonstrations across the country turned violent yet again as activists set cars ablaze in Washington, D.C. and looted businesses across the country in […]