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Ventura, CA | Vegetation Fire

Ventura, CA | Vegetation Fire

Press Release Ventura City Fire was dispatched to a reported vegetation fire in the Ventura River area. The first arriving unit found active fire in the Ventura River between the 101 and West Main Street bridges. Additional resources were immediately requested to help extinguish the fire. Units were able to utilize hose lines to quickly […]

Gold Coast Transit District’s Service Changes Start This Sunday

Gold Coast Transit District’s Service Changes Start This Sunday

Oxnard, CA – Gold Coast Transit District (GCTD) will implement biannual service changes this Sunday, July 25th.  Riders can expect to see positive improvements to bus service, including new, increased frequency on core routes and interlining routes to provide a one-seat ride, avoiding the need for transfers and reducing travel time. Restoring service levels consistent […]

Suspects Arrested For Purchasing A Vehicle With A Stolen Credit Card

Suspects Arrested For Purchasing A Vehicle With A Stolen Credit Card

On July 2, 2021, an auto burglary was reported to the Los Angeles Police Department by the vehicle owner. The vehicle owner reported that several items, including identification cards, credit cards, and checks, were stolen from the vehicle. On the same day, the suspects, identified as Colin Moore, 38 years and Lauren Evans, 30 years, purchased […]

Former Prosecutor Hired To Investigate Largest Unemployment Fraud In California History

Former Prosecutor Hired To Investigate Largest Unemployment Fraud In California History

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – California has hired former federal prosecutor McGregor Scott as special counsel to investigate the largest employment fraud in the state’s history. During the state’s shutdown last year mandated by Gov. Gavin Newsom, the California Employment Development Department paid out more than $11 billion worth […]

Thousand Oaks Welcomes The Return Of Police Volunteer Programs

Thousand Oaks Welcomes The Return Of Police Volunteer Programs

The City of Thousand Oaks is happy to announce the return of its police volunteer programs, which consist of the Thousand Oaks Volunteers in Policing (VIP) and Thousand Oaks Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART).  VIP members perform routine police functions allowing deputies to concentrate more on the duties that only sworn personnel can perform. Citizens […]

Trump Vindicated! Massive Voter Fraud Found In Fulton County, Ga., Including Evidence Of Duplicate Voting And Pristine, Unfolded “Mail-In” Ballots

Trump Vindicated! Massive Voter Fraud Found In Fulton County, Ga., Including Evidence Of Duplicate Voting And Pristine, Unfolded “Mail-In” Ballots

(Natural News) We have long maintained that only a fool who wants to lose a lot of money would ever bet against Donald Trump, no matter how ‘crazy’ something he says may sound to you at first. That’s because the man is always right. Not sometimes right, always right. He was right about the Obama regime spying on him. […]

Fire Safety Town Hall, July 22, 2021, 6:30 pm | Hosted Outdoors At The Oak Park Community Center At 1000 N. Kana Rd. Oak Park

Fire Safety Town Hall, July 22, 2021, 6:30 pm | Hosted Outdoors At The Oak Park Community Center At 1000 N. Kana Rd. Oak Park

Oak Park, CA – Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks will hold a Fire Safety Town Hall on Thursday, July 22 at 6:30 pm. The Town Hall will focus on preparation and fire- resiliency as we head into months of hot dry weather and Santa Ana winds that increase the risk of wildfire. The Town Hall will […]

Commentary | Oxnard’s Chief Financial Officer Headed to the City of Long Beach

Commentary | Oxnard’s Chief Financial Officer Headed to the City of Long Beach

By Bert E Perello Oxnard was very fortunate to have Mr Riper as our City Chief Financial Officer; I can speak as an elected Oxnard City Council member before and after his  selection by current management to serve our community.  He never dodged a question in public or private , he answered in a plain […]

Decade Long Career With Ventura County Public Works Agency Leads To Promotion To Assistant Director

Decade Long Career With Ventura County Public Works Agency Leads To Promotion To Assistant Director

Press Release (VENTURA COUNTY) – July 20, 2021– Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) has named Director of Roads & Transportation’s David Fleisch as VCPWA’s Assistant Director. In his new role, he will oversee operational departments in Roads & Transportation, Water & Sanitation and Watershed Protection, assisting the three operational Department Directors to advance specific projects and programs.   In the past year, under his […]

Grenell’s Legal Team Is Identifying High Concentrations Of Inaccurate Or Poorly Maintained Voter Rolls

Grenell’s Legal Team Is Identifying High Concentrations Of Inaccurate Or Poorly Maintained Voter Rolls

By Katy Grimes, California Globe California’s November 3, 2020 election was marred by significant voting and registration irregularities, the Globe reported in June, following a alarming report by the Election Integrity Project California. Mass irregularities in California’s registration and voting numbers continue to erode voter confidence, which is why Ric Grenell and his team at Fix California have launched a statewide legal […]