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Apple admits it can write software to unlock terrorist’s iPhone, prosecutors say

Apple admits it can write software to unlock terrorist’s iPhone, prosecutors say

SAN FRANCISCO — Apple has conceded it can write the software the FBI wants to unlock a terrorist’s iPhone, and technology providers in the past have been required to write code to comply with subpoenas and court orders, government lawyers said Friday. Federal prosecutors also said in a written motion that Apple’s public statements on […]

Utilities Commission sides with Edison over family killed by downed power line

Utilities Commission sides with Edison over family killed by downed power line

Criminal charges filed against Oxnard suspect in officer involved shooting

Criminal charges filed against Oxnard suspect in officer involved shooting

Criminal charges filed against Juan Palacios Soto (DOB 12/27/60) of Oxnard. Soto is charged with two felony counts of exhibiting a deadly weapon to prevent detention or arrest, vialis 40mg two felony counts of resisting a police officer from performing his or her duties with use of a knife, one felony count of elder abuse […]

Downtown Oxnard vision plan results well-received

Downtown Oxnard vision plan results well-received

By George Miller Multidisciplinary team local and outside team develops a future Downtown Oxnard Vision/Architecture Residents participate in 5 day charrette to contribute ideas Team consists of urban planners, architects, economists, Design/approach done to “jumpstart” redevelopment of downtown for economic and social vitality Phase 1 “visioning” design received very well by community so far Results […]

ICE raids face CA resistance – Sanctuary Schools

ICE raids face CA resistance – Sanctuary Schools

Santa Paula: Major Issues Surround State Route 126

Santa Paula: Major Issues Surround State Route 126

By Sheryl Hamlin State Route 126 was the topic of both the City Manager’s Report and item 9C on the February 16, 2016 Santa Paula City Council meeting agenda. Broad Beach Restoration Project City Manager Fontes reported that the Ventura County Board of Supervisors has taken a “strong hand” in the Broad Beach sand replenishment […]

Santa Paula: A City on the Dole?

Santa Paula: A City on the Dole?

By Sheryl Hamlin Financial Discussion by Council Item 9B on the agenda of the February 16, 2016 Santa Paula City Council meeting was a review of the fiscal year 2014/2015 Audited Financial Statements (AFS). The detailed report was included in the public packet and can be downloaded here. Due to a technical issue, there was […]

Sally Jewell gets subpoena from House GOP over Gold King Mine spill

Sally Jewell gets subpoena from House GOP over Gold King Mine spill

DENVER – A House committee issued a subpoena Wednesday ordering Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to produce a critical peer review and other documents related to the Environmental Protection Agency’s spill at the Gold King Mine. The House Natural Resources Committee subpoena calls for Ms. Jewell to produce by Feb. 26 a peer review conducted last […]

Simi Valley 2016 Explorer of the Year Announced

Simi Valley 2016 Explorer of the Year Announced

The Simi Valley Police Department is proud to announce that Kyle Hunter has been selected as the 2016 Explorer of the Year. Kyle was honored at the Ventura County Law Enforcement Explorer of the Year Award Ceremony in Oxnard on February 16, 2016, where Chief McCann presented him with his award. Kyle joined the police […]

Santa Paula: Peck/Foothill Development Study Session

Santa Paula: Peck/Foothill Development Study Session

By Sheryl Hamlin After a two hour discussion on November 16, 2015, the Santa Paula City Council continued the hearing on this project. Subsequently on January 19th, 2016, the applicant requested a Study Session prior to another council hearing, a request the council honored, thus the study session on February 16th was scheduled. The study […]