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California Governor Signs Illegal Immigrant Health Care Bill Into Law

California Governor Signs Illegal Immigrant Health Care Bill Into Law

Jason Hopkins | Immigration and Politics Reporter California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom officially made his state the first in the U.S. to offer government health care benefits to adult-aged illegal immigrants. Newsome signed SB-104 into law Tuesday, cementing it into the state’s 2020 budget. The legislation extends taxpayer-funded health care to low-income adults aged 19 to 25, […]

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Detective Pleads Guilty to Child Molestation

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Detective Pleads Guilty to Child Molestation

Neil David Kimball (DOB 6/13/73), of Agoura, pled guilty to a lewd act with a child and unlawful sexual intercourse.  In 2017, while serving as a detective with the Special Victims Bureau of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Kimball met the 15-year-old victim when she reported being a victim of sexual assault. While investigating […]

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 […]

Sex Offender Sentenced to Prison for Possession of Child Pornography

Sex Offender Sentenced to Prison for Possession of Child Pornography

Alexander Galvan (DOB 10/27/91), of Camarillo, was sentenced by Judge Bruce Young yesterday to 32 months in state prison. In June 2019, Galvan pled guilty to possessing child pornography while being a registered sex offender. He also admitted he violated probation in his 2016 child pornography possession case. In April 2019, a multi-agency task force […]

AB 4 Medi-Cal For All Indivduals Illegally In California CANCELLED– BUT…..

AB 4 Medi-Cal For All Indivduals Illegally In California CANCELLED– BUT…..

Editor’s note: We the People Rising informed us today, 7-10-19, that although strong opposition resulted in this bill being shelved, proponents did a end run by including a partial version of it as a  line item in the budget just signed by Governor Newsom.This  would only be funded for the coming fiscal year. But, proponents […]

Thousand Oaks City Council approves $15 million bond resolution for low-income apartments

Thousand Oaks City Council approves $15 million bond resolution for low-income apartments

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council approved  a $15 million (up to, but not exceed) resolution by 4-0 (with Claudia Bill-de la Pena absent) for the California Municipal Finance Authority (CMFA) financing the 72-unit low-income Bella Vista Apartment Project thru tax-exempt bonds with limited obligations to Many Mansions, payable from revenues derived from the […]

NASA Scientists Map Ground Damage Caused by California Earthquakes

NASA Scientists Map Ground Damage Caused by California Earthquakes

By Elizabeth Howell  Two recent Southern California earthquakes warped the ground across dozens of square miles — and the changes are visible even from space.  A Japanese satellite picked up damage from the July 4 and 5 earthquakes that had magnitudes of 6.4 and 7.1, respectively. Quakes of these magnitudes are strong enough to cause moderate to severe […]

Port of Hueneme | Clean Air, Green Jobs, and Zero-Emission Ship to Shore Delivery

Port of Hueneme | Clean Air, Green Jobs, and Zero-Emission Ship to Shore Delivery

The Port of Hueneme joined stevedoring company Ports America on Saturday to welcome a zero-emission mobile harbor crane all the way from the Port of Bremerhaven, Germany. The new addition is the next step in the Port’s green initiatives. It will not only increase capacity for unloading cargo, but do so with zero emissions. “The […]

Laki Tisopulos named to head Air Pollution Control District

Laki Tisopulos named to head Air Pollution Control District

VENTURA, Calif. – The Air Pollution Control Board has named Dr. Laki Tisopulos as the Air Pollution Control Officer/Executive Officer of the Air Pollution Control District. Tisopulos has more than 30 years of experience with the South Coast Air Quality Management District and has a doctoral degree in chemical engineering from the University of Southern […]

Judge Ruled S.B. 1437 Unconstitutional which had Redefined Role of Accomplices in First Degree Murder

Judge Ruled S.B. 1437 Unconstitutional which had Redefined Role of Accomplices in First Degree Murder

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced that on Friday, July 5, 2019, Ventura County Superior Court Judge Kevin G. DeNoce, issued a written ruling finding Senate Bill 1437 unconstitutional. The ruling came in the case of People v. Maria Lisette Bucio, (DOB: 12/30/80), case number 2008046598.  In 2011, Bucio was convicted of […]