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Oxnard | Traffic Stop Leads to Barricaded Subject and SWAT Call-out

Oxnard | Traffic Stop Leads to Barricaded Subject and SWAT Call-out

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On Sunday, March 29,2020 at about 3:05 p.m., officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle in the parking lot of Walgreen’s, 2303 Vinyard Avenue. A passenger in the vehicle, David Hernandez, had outstanding felony warrants for charges of evading police officers and assaulting a police dog.  Hernandez refused officers’ […]

The homeless, a community’s failure

The homeless, a community’s failure

    By Seth Bonilla Port Hueneme, a place my wife and I called home 5 years ago. Prior to us moving here we lived in Bakersfield California and served on a team providing meals to over 5000 per month and  also provided resources for the homeless population to utilize.   We learned very quickly that when you […]

Pastor Steve Abraham: “How to face uncertainty?”

Pastor Steve Abraham:  “How to face uncertainty?”

OXNARD—“A lot of us are feeling uncertainty.  We’ve lost a job.  Will we get another job?  Will someone get sick?” said New Life Pastor Steve Abraham during a Sunday livestream service.   “We had Y2K.  We had 9-11 but neither of those two have hit us with what we face with the coronavirus.”  “In 2 Chronicles […]

Camarillo Water Safe for Drinking & Washing

Camarillo Water Safe for Drinking & Washing

Camarillo, California – The City of Camarillo wants to assure the community that our water is both safe and reliable and we have provided answers to some commonly asked questions. Is my drinking water safe? Yes, the City’s water is safe to drink. The City’s water supply continues to meet all stringent state and federal […]

Coronavirus- DON’T Do This!

Coronavirus- DON’T Do This!

By Tom Dunn  A friend that I communicate with told me that he thought the Coronavirus was over-hyped and not nearly as bad as the flu and that the stay at home order was totally out of line.  He told me yesterday that his daughter and husband who live with him went to a wedding […]

Ormond Beach: Illegal Off-Roading Nearly Decimates First Snowy Plover Clutch

Ormond Beach: Illegal Off-Roading Nearly Decimates First Snowy Plover Clutch

      By Christina Zubko, March 26, 2020 March brought concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic, which has touched all facets of life, including the environment. Ormond Beach historically has been rife with problems, but with the recent attention the beach cleanups drew at the beginning of the year, progress was being made toward making […]

Man Arrested for Indecent Exposure and Sexual Battery

Man Arrested for Indecent Exposure and Sexual Battery

    Oxnard Police Department On March 26, 2020, at about 8:30 A.M., the Oxnard Police Department’s Family Protection Unit utilizing information obtained from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the Oxnard Police Department’s Crime Analysis Unit, arrested Martin Valdez Arias.  Mr. Arias was identified as the suspect in seven reported incidents of indecent exposure […]

Camarillo Makes Tough Decisions About Community Programs and City Services Amidst COVID-19 Emergency

Camarillo Makes Tough Decisions About Community Programs and City Services Amidst COVID-19 Emergency

    City of Camarillo Camarillo, California – On March 25, 2020, the Camarillo City Council made some tough decisions to cut cherished community programs, due to the current public health emergency. There will be no interruption of critical services, including police, fire, water, sewer, and trash services, during this time. Summer Concerts The summer concert series, which […]

The Collection at RiverPark supports community in times of uncertainty

The Collection at RiverPark supports community in times of uncertainty

During these times of uncertainty, The Collection at RiverPark is continuing to support the community by offering essential services and resources. We are all in this together as neighbors, and The Collection is here to help in every way possible. Many of the restaurants at The Collection, including most at The Annex Food Hall, are […]

Oxnard Heritage Square | COVID not the first epidemic to hit town

Oxnard Heritage Square | COVID not the first epidemic to hit town

History Repeating Itself: In 1918 the world wide flu epidemic hit Oxnard. Over 200 cases were recorded here in one day. On another day, 80 cases were reported from the Sugar Beet Factory on that day alone. All public gathering places were closed: schools, churches, the Opera house, saloons and pool halls. This was strictly […]

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