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CA geothermal power dreams appear dashed

CA geothermal power dreams appear dashed

Ventura resident warns of water supply threats, opportunities

Ventura resident warns of water supply threats, opportunities

Sent: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 1:01 PM To: Undisclosed Recipients Cc: [email protected] Subject: Ventura River/Foster Park Wellfield Water Supply All, Ventura Water continued to support the Ventura River/Foster Park Wellfield as a viable normal source of supply for 4,200-6,700 acre-feet of water for the City of Ventura during the City of San Buenaventura Water Commission […]

CA intervenes in Planned Parenthood video sting

CA intervenes in Planned Parenthood video sting

Ventura Fire Department rescues trapped accident victim

Ventura Fire Department rescues trapped accident victim

Ventura City Fire Department responded to a reported vehicle collision at the intersection of Valentine Rd. and Sperry Ave. While units were en-route, additional callers to 911 reported a trapped victim. The first arriving unit discovered that a mini-van and a large truck had collided. The van driver was the only occupant and was entrapped […]

Californians slash water use by 27.3 percent in June

Californians slash water use by 27.3 percent in June

. Motivated by a fourth year of drought — and mandatory water cuts — Californians reduced urban water use by 27.3 percent in June, compared with the same month two years ago, the state reported on Thursday. The results are the first since state-ordered water cuts went into effect June 1. They exceeded the 25 percent conservation target mandated […]

Obama heavily redacts latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails

The Obama administration slapped a secret designation Friday on a number of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails from her time as secretary of state, raising more questions about whether her controversial email arrangement led to classified information being left unsecured. A new tranche of Clinton emails, released by the State Department under a court order to impose […]

Oxnard utility rates to go sky-high?

Oxnard utility rates to go sky-high?

By George Miller For years, the Oxnard utilities staff has been warning us about shrinking water supplies, higher costs, extensive deferred maintenance, obsolescence and expanding demand for water, wastewater and stormwater services. These services are probably as important to the health and safety of residents as are the police and fire departments. After one year of […]

CA judge scraps assisted suicide suit

CA judge scraps assisted suicide suit

Qualcomm Lays Off 4,500 Workers While Demanding More H-1bs

Qualcomm Lays Off 4,500 Workers While Demanding More H-1bs

Newsom-led report pushes pot regulations

Newsom-led report pushes pot regulations

By James Poulos . Chairing a panel on California’s would-be approach to legal marijuana has tamped down his enthusiasm for pot permissiveness, said Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, as the blue-ribbon panel released a sweeping new report on the question. The commission included Stanford University professor Keith Humphreys and California ACLU director Abdi Soltani. Together with Newsom, they produced […]