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Jeffrey Epstein Found Dead After Apparent Suicide

Jeffrey Epstein Found Dead After Apparent Suicide

William Davis | Reporter   Jeffrey Epstein, a millionaire financier facing sex trafficking charges, was found dead in his jail cell, ABC News reported Saturday. Epstein, 66, committed suicide, officials told ABC News. The news comes weeks after Epstein was found injured in his jail cell following an attempted suicide attempt, then was placed on suicide watch by […]

Election Integrity Project California Presents EIPCa Founder Linda Paine: Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections- Aug 12

Election Integrity Project California Presents EIPCa Founder Linda Paine: Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections- Aug 12

Election Integrity Project California AUGUST 12 EVENT MEDIA Advisory for August 12, 2019 – press are invited to attend Presentation:    Liberty and Freedom start with Lawful Elections.             Linda Paine, President and Co-Founder of Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) will present issues of concern documented by EIPCa during the 2018 elections in California.  EIPCa […]

Camarillo | Small plane crash at Southern California airport kills 2, officials say

Camarillo | Small plane crash at Southern California airport kills 2, officials say

By Talia Kaplan | Fox News Two people were killed Wednesday after a small homebuilt plane crashed at a Southern California airport, fire officials said. The single-engine Express Series 2000 crashed around 1:30 p.m. at Camarillo Airport, about 55 miles northwest of Los Angeles, according to the Ventura County Fire Department. “There were 2 souls on board and unfortunately both lost their lives due to the crash,” […]

Oxnard Council Sets Cannabis Business Rates, Contemplates Major Social Engineering, Postpones $5MM Golf Course Budget. Water Supply Cuts?

Oxnard Council Sets Cannabis Business Rates, Contemplates Major Social Engineering, Postpones $5MM Golf Course Budget. Water Supply Cuts?

By George Miller This was the last Oxnard City Council meeting before the August break. (Puff, puff): the Council explored “Social Equity” (significant social engineering/micromanagement) in cannabis permitting and approved the establishment of fees for cannabis related land use permits.A nearly $5 million dollar city golf course budget was approved by default, with no further […]

Shooting at Gilroy Garlic Festival

Shooting at Gilroy Garlic Festival

An active shooter incident has been reported at the Garlic Festival in Gilroy California held in Christmas Tree Park.  Shots were heard about 5:41 PM today disrupting the three day festival. The shooter(s) apparently entered the north side of the festival grounds from a creek bed, cutting through a fence.   From Twitter: pic.twitter.com/egTUTObMaq — niah […]

Supreme Court Allows Trump To Build 100 Miles Of Wall With Military Funds

Supreme Court Allows Trump To Build 100 Miles Of Wall With Military Funds

. Kevin Daley | Supreme Court Reporter . The Supreme Court lifted lower court orders barring the administration from using $2.5 billion in military funds to finance construction of the border wall in a Friday evening decision. The ruling, called a stay, allows the government to start construction on 100 miles of border wall while […]

Murder and Child Abuse Charges Filed Against Oxnard Couple for Killing Infant

Murder and Child Abuse Charges Filed Against Oxnard Couple for Killing Infant

David Villa (DOB 07/15/98) and Andrea Torralba Camacho (DOB 11/30/98), both of Oxnard, have been charged in Ventura County Superior Court with murder and child abuse for the killing of one-day-old Diego Villa-Toralba on July 19, 2019.  Diego was killed by his mother, Camacho, and her boyfriend, Villa, at St. John’s Medical Center approximately 12 […]

Oxnard Council Approves More Homeless Action/$, Downtown Code/Redev. Architecture; Maulhardt HS/Parks Project Advances

Oxnard Council Approves More Homeless Action/$, Downtown Code/Redev. Architecture; Maulhardt HS/Parks Project Advances

By George Miller The July 16, 2019 Oxnard City Council covered a report of progress on the homeless situation, approval of $1,500,000 in grants to help address it and authorization to use the National Guard Armory as a 24 hour shelter. Then the Council made it clear that they are fed up with lack of […]

Fire breaks out on South Mountain in Fillmore

Fire breaks out on South Mountain in Fillmore

A fire broke out at approximately 11:54 AM Sunday morning July 14th on South Mountain between Santa Paula and Fillmore.  It initially involved a 1/4 of an acre but at 2:21 PM spread to 120 acres.  It has been named the #SouthFire. Four bulldozers have been called out to cut breaks and tankers from Porterville, […]

Port Hueneme Civic Activist Jim Hensley Passed Away

Port Hueneme Civic Activist Jim Hensley Passed Away

By George Miller Local Port Hueneme civic activist and resident Jim Hensley recently passed away, on July 8, 2019, after a series of long illnesses. He was a Port Hueneme former councilmember and activist for multiple causes, especially adding lifeguards, crossing guards and teaching people to swim (“Waterproofing Kids, Inc “). People always knew where […]