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** UPDATE – MISSING LOCATED ** Santa Paula Police Department: Missing At Risk Juvenile

** UPDATE – MISSING LOCATED **  Santa Paula Police Department: Missing At Risk Juvenile

** UPDATE – MISSING LOCATED ** Ariana returned home last night, click 12/08/14 at approximately 11pm. After an investigation was conducted it was determined she was staying at a friends house and did not inform her family. At this time there is no reason to believe there is foul play.  

Exclusive: House GOP Leaders Trick 216 House Republicans into Accidentally Supporting Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Exclusive: House GOP Leaders Trick 216 House Republicans into Accidentally Supporting Obama’s Executive Amnesty

Sexual assault suspect arrested by Oxnard PD

Sexual assault suspect arrested by Oxnard PD

Fillmore gang member arrested in Santa Paula for Possession of a Firearm

Fillmore gang member arrested in Santa Paula for Possession of a Firearm

Camarillo City Council reorganizes and makes appointments

Camarillo City Council reorganizes and makes appointments

by Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council met on Wednesday, December 3, 2014. Mayor Kevin Kildee presented a certificate to Commander Stewart recognizing the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department for their Shop with a Cop program. The program is in its third year and enhances lives of underprivileged youth. Sixty young people each shop with a […]

Local Emergency Proclamation Continues–Camarillo Springs

Local Emergency Proclamation Continues–Camarillo Springs

The Camarillo City Council held a Special Meeting on Wednesday, symptoms December 3rd to unanimously approve a Resolution Extending the Proclamation of a Local Emergency. The Camarillo Springs residential area experienced debris flow during the rain storm on October 31st and November 1st as the result of a previous fire which burned the adjacent hills. […]

Oxnard Christmas parade- record crowds and participants

Oxnard Christmas parade- record crowds and participants

By George Miller Under brilliant, sunny skies on a beautiful warm holiday season day- the envy of the rest of the nation :-)-  the Oxnard Christmas parade inched through downtown. We thought there were a lot of people at the tree lighting the previous evening, but that was nothing compared to today. We lost count […]

Oxnard Christmas tree lighting attended by 1000

Oxnard Christmas tree lighting attended by 1000

By George Miller The traditional Oxnard Christmas tree lighting took place on Friday evening. Free hot chocolate and pastries were offered to all, while vendors sold tasty food and troupers and politicians entertained us.  Somewhere in the neighborhood of a thousand people, very kid-heavy, enthusiastically watched the proceedings. All observed seemed to be having a fine […]

Renowned commentator Larry Elder fired by KABC

Renowned commentator Larry Elder fired by KABC

By George Miller We first heard of this from a bulletin by Dr. Karen Kenney, of SFV Republicans, that Mr. Elder, a respected Los Angeles self-described Libertarian commentator had been fired on December 2, after his afternoon show. When we reached him late this afternoon, he confirmed it, but would only say: “I got fired.  No other explanation offered.” […]

Senator Jeff Sessions: Congress Must ‘Defend The People’s Interest’

Senator Jeff Sessions: Congress Must ‘Defend The People’s Interest’