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LA County Might Really Return to Indoor Dining Next Week. Here’s How That’s Possible

LA County Might Really Return to Indoor Dining Next Week. Here’s How That’s Possible

by Farley Elliott  A new vaccine redistribution project from state officials will, when completed, likely push many Southern California counties into the less restrictive red tier for reopening — and it could come as soon as Tuesday night. As has been at worst hinted at repeatedly by local public officials over the past few days, it seems increasingly […]

Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow “Terrible Mistake” Being Made Texas, Florida

Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow “Terrible Mistake” Being Made Texas, Florida

By Tom Tapp “We will be doubling down on mask wearing,” said California Governor Gavin Newsom on Thursday, “not arguing to follow the example of Texas and other states that I think are making a terrible mistake.” It’s the second time this week that Newsom, a Democrat, has ripped the actions of his Republican counterpart Greg Abbott of Texas. Just minutes after Newsom announced on Tuesday […]

Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a Group of 105 Illegal Aliens in the Rio Grande Valley

Border Patrol Agents Apprehended a Group of 105 Illegal Aliens in the Rio Grande Valley

By R. Mitchell Source: Conservative Daily News CDN Early this morning, agents assigned to the McAllen Border Patrol Station encountered 43 illegal aliens who were smuggled into the United States near Havana, Texas. While agents were attending to the first group, smugglers sent an additional group across the Rio Grande. In total, 105 illegal aliens, consisting primarily […]

Border Patrol Rescues 6 Children From Sinking Raft

Border Patrol Rescues 6 Children From Sinking Raft

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter Border Patrol rescued 13 illegal immigrants, including children, from a sinking raft in the Rio Grande Thursday morning, according to Customs and Border Protection. The illegal immigrants were stranded on an inflatable raft that began deflating, which had six children on board ranging from ages nine to 13 near Penitas, Texas, according to Customs and Border […]

Exclusive — Sources: Alabama to Join Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Others in Eliminating Mask Mandates this Week

Exclusive — Sources: Alabama to Join Texas, Mississippi, Florida, Others in Eliminating Mask Mandates this Week

By MATTHEW BOYLE and KYLE MORRIS Alabama will become one of the next states to eliminate a government-imposed mandate that requires people wear masks in public, sources close to the matter told Breitbart News. A source familiar with state deliberations confirmed that as soon as Friday but definitely in the coming days. Alabama will join several other […]

A Private Prison Is Expected To Lose Its Federal Contract. No One Can Find Where Its Nearly 800 Inmates Can Go

A Private Prison Is Expected To Lose Its Federal Contract. No One Can Find Where Its Nearly 800 Inmates Can Go

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter A private prison is struggling to find facilities to take in nearly 800 inmates before its contract with the federal government expires in three months, Cleveland.com reported. CoreCivic operates the Northeast Ohio Correctional Center in Youngstown, Ohio, through a contract with the U.S. Marshals Service that expired Sunday, Cleveland.com reported. The company received […]

Roofing Contractor Sentenced for Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud

Roofing Contractor Sentenced for Workers’ Compensation Insurance Fraud

David Burgmeier (DOB 6/5/1967), of Simi Valley, was sentenced for committing workers’ compensation insurance fraud. In December 2020, Burgmeier pled guilty to multiple felony counts of insurance and unemployment insurance fraud. In addition to being placed on formal probation for 24 months, Burgmeier was ordered to pay restitution to the Victim State Fund in the […]

Roommate Sentenced to 28 Years in Stabbing Death

Roommate Sentenced to 28 Years in Stabbing Death

Doyle Alan Johnson (DOB 7/11/65), of Ventura, was sentenced to 28 years in state prison for the killing of Audrey Evans, also from Ventura. On February 3, 2021, Johnson pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter and admitted to personally using a knife. On August 29, 2019, Johnson and Ms. Evans, who were roommates, engaged in an […]

County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update March 2, 2021

County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update March 2, 2021

Yesterday evening Governor Newsom toured our vaccine site at the Ventura County Office of Education. The video update from the visit to be shared tomorrow. To date more than 202,000 community members have been vaccinated in our County. COVID-19 Update There are 81 new COVID-19 cases. There have been 2,477 new tests performed. There have […]

Oxnard City Council Meeting 3-2-21

Oxnard City Council Meeting 3-2-21

By George Miller On March 2, the Oxnard City Council voted to apply for a $27+ million loan for water infrastructure; was told that COVID vaccinations are ramping up, with mass sites available in Oxnard; filled many open commissions and committee positions, with more still open (YOU can apply); appointed its SCAG (Southern California Association […]

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