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Figuring Out The Lack Of Connection Between CO2 And Ice Ages

Figuring Out The Lack Of Connection Between CO2 And Ice Ages

By Ralph Ellis | American Thinker Here is a bizarre observation: Climate scientists claim they can explain every facet of the climate-weather system, yet they still don’t know why ice-ages occur. Isn’t that peculiar? They will arm-wave about orbital cycles (regular and specific changes in the earth’s orbital relationship to the sun) and CO2, while desperately […]

California Sees 65.6% Increase In Six-Figure Jobs

California Sees 65.6% Increase In Six-Figure Jobs

Mike LaFirenza One of the COVID-19 pandemic’s most significant long-term effects on the economy could be rising wages. With widespread shortages in the labor market reported this summer, many employers—particularly those with lower-wage employees—have tried to entice workers with improved compensation and benefits. These trends have led to the fastest rates of wage growth since […]

Is Ventura County Ready For The WALKtober 5,000 Challenge?

Is Ventura County Ready For The WALKtober 5,000 Challenge?

(VENTURA COUNTY) – –This October, the Ventura County community is invited to join the WALKtober 5,000 Challenge. The City Center, Local PODS® Moving & Storage, KVTA, and KCOP are challenging the Ventura County community to join them in a daily 5k run or walk to raise funds for Ventura County homeless children and families. Participants […]

California Has 9th Highest Cost-Of-Living Adjusted Minimum Wage In U.S.

California Has 9th Highest Cost-Of-Living Adjusted Minimum Wage In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza The pandemic-era economy has many unusual and uncertain features that have made it difficult to analyze. And one of the major open questions is what this economic period will do to wages and prices long-term. On one hand, wages are increasing at a faster rate than they have since the depths of the […]

Ventura County, CA | Unions Walk From PLA, Non-PLA Bid Process; Saves Taxpayers $9 Million Dollars

Ventura County, CA | Unions Walk From PLA, Non-PLA Bid Process; Saves Taxpayers $9 Million Dollars

A “Project Labor Agreement” (PLA) is when the government awards contracts for public construction projects exclusively to unionized firms. In November of 2020, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors (BOS) learned that a proposed PLA on county projects would likely result in tens of millions of added costs over the next five years. Their own […]

Oxnard Police Department Awarded $475,700.00 From Two Grants By The Office Of Traffic Safety.

Oxnard Police Department Awarded $475,700.00 From Two Grants By The Office Of Traffic Safety.

DATE: October 15, 2021 SUBJECT: Traffic Safety, Education, and Enforcement Grants LOCATION: City of Oxnard CONTACT: Jose Diaz, Senior Traffic Officer (805) 385-7749 | [email protected] Oxnard Police Department awarded $475,700.00 from two grants by the Office of Traffic Safety. Oxnard, Calif. – The Oxnard Police Department received funding from two grants totaling $475,700.00 from the […]

Ventura WaterPure To Receive $1.7 Million In Grant Funds

Ventura WaterPure To Receive $1.7 Million In Grant Funds

Ventura, Calif.– The City of Ventura’s proposed water reuse program, VenturaWaterPure, anticipates $1.7 million in federal funding from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s (BOR) Title XVI Water Reclamation and Reuse Program.  VenturaWaterPure is among a shortlist of projects funded by the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act, pending Congress’ approval. This award is […]

The Ventura Police Department Launches New Explorer Program

The Ventura Police Department Launches New Explorer Program

Ventura, Calif. —  The Ventura Police Department (VPD), in partnership with Boy Scouts of America, is proud to announce the launch of its Explorer Program for Ventura residents. Ventura’s Police Explorer Program is designed for youth, ages 14-18, who are interested in learning about a career in law enforcement. The program is taught by VPD staff and officers who provide hands-on activities and interactive learning sessions about local police operations.  As an explorer, students will participate in patrol ride-alongs, accident investigations, defensive tactics, […]

Unattended Vehicle Enforcement

Unattended Vehicle Enforcement

DATE: October 14, 2021 SUBJECT: Unattended Vehicle Enforcement LOCATION: Citywide, Oxnard, CA CONTACT: Enrique Alvarez, Auto Theft Task Force (805) 385-7664 | [email protected] The Oxnard Police Department Auto Theft Task Force conducted an operation this morning targeting vehicles that were found to be running without the driver being present.  Leaving your vehicle running and unattended […]

Oxnard, CA | Suspect Arrested In Shooting Death Of Juvenile

Oxnard, CA | Suspect Arrested In Shooting Death Of Juvenile

DATE: October 14, 2021, 7:35 AM SUBJECT: Suspect Arrested in Shooting Death of Juvenile LOCATION: 200 block of James Avenue, Oxnard VICTIM: Alexander Belleza, 16 year old, Oxnard resident SUSPECT: 16 year old male juvenile, Oxnard resident CONTACT: Edgar Fernandez, Sergeant (805) 385-7763 | [email protected] On April 29, 2021 at around 8:35 PM, a 16 […]

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