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Western Governors To Biden On Wildfires: Feds Need To Play To Win

Western Governors To Biden On Wildfires: Feds Need To Play To Win

By Tim Gruver | The Center Square President Joe Biden speaks with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday, July 30, 2021, via teleconference during a meeting with governors to discuss ongoing efforts to strengthen wildfire prevention, preparedness and response efforts, and to hear firsthand about the ongoing impacts of the 2021 wildfire season. Biden is in […]

PG&E Could Face Criminal Charges Over Deadly California Fire

PG&E Could Face Criminal Charges Over Deadly California Fire

Associated Press (July 30, 2021)- Pacific Gas & Electric will face criminal charges because its equipment sparked a wildfire last year that killed four people and destroyed hundreds of homes, a Northern California prosecutor announced Thursday. It would be the latest action against the nation’s largest utility, which was forced into bankruptcy over devastating wildfires […]

2019-20 Salaries For Teachers In California Averaged $84,531, 2nd Highest In U.S.

2019-20 Salaries For Teachers In California Averaged $84,531, 2nd Highest In U.S.

The Center Square Teacher pay in California averaged $84,531 for the 2019-2020 school year, the second highest rank among the 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to data released last month by the National Education Association (NEA). The average teacher salary in California in 2019-20 was 2.16 percent more than it was the previous year, […]

Eight Western States Under Flash Flood Watch, Warnings After Battling Wildfires

Eight Western States Under Flash Flood Watch, Warnings After Battling Wildfires

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Flash flood watches and warnings are in effect for eight western states that have been battling wildfires over the last several months. After experiencing drought and needing rain, they are expecting monsoon type rains coming from the Southwest, which could turn into mudslides. Flash flooding […]

California Water Regulators Cut Off Water Supplies To Select Farmers And Ranchers As WATER RATIONING Accelerates

California Water Regulators Cut Off Water Supplies To Select Farmers And Ranchers As WATER RATIONING Accelerates

By: Lance D Johnson (Natural News) Thousands of farmers and ranchers across Sacramento and San Joaquin, California are reeling from a mega-drought that is growing more severe by the day. In the coming weeks, thousands of farmers could be cut off from California’s water supply, as state water regulators begin to RATION crucial watershed resources. In […]

Ventura, CA | Shooting & Arrest

Ventura, CA | Shooting & Arrest

Narrative: On 7-21-21 The Ventura Police Command Center received a 911 call of a shooting victim at Simpson St and Ventura Av. Responding officers arrived on scene and located a 20-year-old male victim lying on the sidewalk suffering from a gunshot wound. Ventura Fire and AMR ambulance arrived and transported the victim to the Ventura […]

Back To School?

Back To School?

By Chantal Lovell I want to believe that California’s public schools will reopen this fall. I really do. When the Los Angeles Unified School District and United Teachers Los Angeles finally reached an agreement in late June to fully reopen schools this fall, I was cautiously optimistic. Los Angeles was the major holdout in the state, […]

Fillmore, Ca | Suspect Arrested For Possession Of A Stolen Vehicle

Fillmore, Ca | Suspect Arrested For Possession Of A Stolen Vehicle

A 15-year-old Fillmore resident was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle. On 07/25/21, a Piru resident reported his vehicle stolen. The vehicle was left unlocked with the keys inside. The stolen vehicle was recovered at the Pacific View Mall in Ventura and Detectives obtained video surveillance of the suspect. The Fillmore Detective Bureau worked […]

EIPC Election Integrity Project California

EIPC Election Integrity Project California

EIPC Election Integrity Project California learn how we can win this recall election September 14. Join us this Saturday at 7 pm.  We are doing an in-person, outdoor, movie night as an Election Integrity Project California, EIPC is part of a lawsuit regarding the process of how we vote in California and has evidence of […]

County Of Ventura Assessment Appeals Board Member Recruitment

County Of Ventura Assessment Appeals Board Member Recruitment

“The County of Ventura is accepting applications for Board Member vacancies on its Assessment Appeals Boards (AAB). The AAB is a quasi-judicial body which hears property tax assessment appeals at a public hearings. The hearing process provides ‘equalization’, or fairness of the assessment of a property’s value of the property in question. Meetings of the […]