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Beverly Hills, CA | Hundreds Attempt To Get Their Money Back After FBI Deposit Box Raid Fails To Produce Evidence Of Wrongdoing

Beverly Hills, CA | Hundreds Attempt To Get Their Money Back After FBI Deposit Box Raid Fails To Produce Evidence Of Wrongdoing

  Sebastian Hughes Hundreds of people are attempting to get back money and valuables seized by the FBI after it raided deposit boxes they rented, the Los Angeles Times reported. “It was a complete violation of my privacy,” Joseph Ruiz, an unemployed chef and one of 66 box holders who have filed court claims saying […]

Chris Rock Has The ‘Rona, But Did He Vax In May?

Chris Rock Has The ‘Rona, But Did He Vax In May?

by Chris Bailey 19 September 2021, Ventura County California Chris Rock has been a funny man for a long time. He first stepped into acting with light work in various movies, but he hit his stride as an actor in 2017. Not for any specific role, but because he stopped allowing pitches where he played […]

Los Angeles, CA | September Is Coastal Clean Sweep Month At Caltrans!

Los Angeles, CA | September Is Coastal Clean Sweep Month At Caltrans!

LOS ANGELES — The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announces September is Coastal Clean Sweep Month. Working together with other agencies, Caltrans is a major sponsor for this important California event. In addition to the coast, Caltrans has over 12,000 structures and bridges above or alongside inland waterways. Every Caltrans district in the state assists […]

Posters On Display In California High School Classroom Display ‘F*** The Police’ and ‘F*** Amerikkka’ Phrases

Posters On Display In California High School Classroom Display ‘F*** The Police’ and ‘F*** Amerikkka’ Phrases

by Kendall Tietz A California high school classroom displayed what an anonymous parent called “disgusting brainwashing of students with taxpayer dollars” over photos that show F*** the Police and F*** Amerikkka posters and Pride and Black Lives Matter flags, according to a tip provided by a parent to Parents Defending Education. The parent of a student at […]

PJI Sues To Halt City Of Los Angeles From Cheating Employees Out Of Religious Accommodations

PJI Sues To Halt City Of Los Angeles From Cheating Employees Out Of Religious Accommodations

News Release LOS ANGELES—Pacific Justice Institute (PJI) and affiliate attorney Daniel Watkins filed a federal lawsuit last week on behalf of Los Angeles Police Department employees to bar the City from depriving employees of their rights to seek religious accommodations to the COVID-19 vaccine mandates.   The City announced a COVID-19 vaccine mandate on August […]

Residential Burglary Suspects Arrested

Residential Burglary Suspects Arrested

Nature of Incident: Residential Burglary Suspects Arrested Report Number: Numerous Location: Numerous Residences in North Ranch Date & Time: 8-14-21 @ 9:00 PM Unit(s) Responsible:         Thousand Oaks Special Enforcement Unit         Thousand Oaks Investigations Bureau         Orange County Sheriff’s Department Directed Enforcement Team         Newport Beach Police Department Suspects      […]

Red Cross Offers Earthquake Safety Tips Following Yesterday’s Earthquake

Red Cross Offers Earthquake Safety Tips Following Yesterday’s Earthquake

HOW TO GET PREPARED Help keep your family safe by taking three actions to: 1) Get a Kit. 2) Make a Plan. 3) Be Informed. First, build your emergency kit with a gallon of water per person, per day, non-perishable food, a flashlight, battery-powered radio, first aid kit, medications, supplies for infants or pets, a multi-purpose tool, personal […]

VOTE “YES” ON RECALL

VOTE “YES” ON RECALL

    Attention: New Guards of California Out of state mainstream media; also known as a propaganda machine, is publishing ads today via brainwashing TV, that California will not be having a recall today. In addition, our California Volunteer’s at the polling locations are telling VOTERS they have already voted. FYI: The recall is a […]

Attack On Larry Elder A ‘Hate Crime,’ Says Democratic Sheriff

Attack On Larry Elder A ‘Hate Crime,’ Says Democratic Sheriff

Sebastian Hughes Los Angeles County’s Democratic sheriff called the egg-throwing attack on California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder by a white woman in a gorilla mask this week a hate crime. “QUESTION: How is this not a hate crime?” Sheriff Alex Villanueva tweeted Thursday about the attack on the Black Republican. “ANSWER: Because ‘woke privilege’ means […]

CVUSD & LVUSD School Board Meeting this Tuesday, September 14 at 6:00 pm.

CVUSD & LVUSD School Board Meeting this Tuesday, September 14 at 6:00 pm.

News Release CVUSD Information: Public comments are available via phone only and public viewing is available via broadcast on television and via internet live stream through their website at: http://www.conejousd.org/Board-of-Education/Board-Meeting-Videos-Watch-Live  CHANGES: Giving in-person public comments is not allowed at this time. You must submit your desire to speak via telephone by Monday, September 13 at 5 pm. If you would […]