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SoCalGas® CUSTOMER INFORMATION Bill Payment Options & Services During COVID-19

SoCalGas® CUSTOMER INFORMATION Bill Payment Options & Services During COVID-19

WHERE AND HOW TO MAKE A PAYMENT Beginning Monday March 23, 2020 SoCalGas branch payment offices will also be closed to the public. Some Authorized Payment Locations may close or provide intermittent service. But, don’t worry. There are many other ways to pay your bill. They include: Drop off payment at depository boxes at our […]

Ventura | Burglar caught in breaking into vehicles in Santa Clara Parking Structure

Ventura | Burglar caught in breaking into vehicles in Santa Clara Parking Structure

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On March 25th at 3:17 AM, Ventura Police patrol officers responded to a call regarding the suspect breaking into vehicles in the Santa Clara Parking Structure. When officers arrived, they found the suspect and attempted to stop him. He fled from them and the officers chased after him. After […]

California moving homeless to hotels, in scramble to prevent coronavirus explosion on the streets

California moving homeless to hotels, in scramble to prevent coronavirus explosion on the streets

By Andrew O’Reilly | Fox News Public health officials are warning Americans to stay home, avoid any unnecessary travel, and limit contact with others as ways to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. But what happens when you don’t have a home? How do you practice social distancing when, at best, the only barrier between you and your neighbor […]

Oxnard | Suspect arrested in Stabbing Homicide

Oxnard | Suspect arrested in Stabbing Homicide

Oxnard Police Department Incident Press Release Investigators with the Oxnard Police Department’s Homicide Unit worked diligently throughout the night investigating the stabbing that led to the death of a 53 year old man in South Oxnard on Saturday night. Approximately 13 hours after the murder, detectives learned the whereabouts of the identified suspect, Andrew Anthony […]

California Party Chair to GOP Candidates: Ignore President Trump

California Party Chair to GOP Candidates: Ignore President Trump

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The California Republican Party is one of the few GOP parties in the nation that does not endorse President Trump for re-election.  Now we know why.  From the L.A. Times, “If the leader of the California Republican Party had her way, GOP candidates in this state […]

Court grants six-month extension for people to respond to Ventura River Watershed lawsuit

Court grants six-month extension for people to respond to Ventura River Watershed lawsuit

At a hearing this afternoon, the Los Angeles Superior Court granted the City of Ventura’s and the City of Ojai’s requests for a six-month extension for property owners to decide whether or not to file an answer in the Ventura River Watershed lawsuit. The new deadline to respond to the lawsuit and file an answer […]

U.S. Mercenary Troops – Friend or Foe?

U.S. Mercenary Troops – Friend or Foe?

    By Naomi Fisher  Made aware of Jessee Ventura’s video on the atrocities waged by our  “Corporations-for-Hire troops” I watched it and  had a hard time believing him.  Searching the web and reading so many reports I had to admit Jesse Ventura was correct.  What happened to JFK’s promise we would never again have […]

Politics | Oxnard’s Measure B’s Transparency Veto

Politics | Oxnard’s Measure B’s Transparency Veto

Fun Fact:  Oxnard Measure B’s “transparency” provisions include veto clauses.   Yes, you read that correctly.  Copied straight from the text of Measure B: “All agreements requiring City Council approval must be posted on the City’s website and made available to the public prior to City Council action unless determined otherwise by the city attorney.” […]

Oxnard Stabbing Incident, Suspect Arrested

Oxnard Stabbing Incident, Suspect Arrested

Oxnard Police Department Incident Press Release On 02/09/2020 at approximately 5:06 a.m., Officers from the Oxnard Police Department were dispatched to the 200 block of West Vineyard Avenue in reference to a stabbing victim. When officers arrived, they found two stabbing victims, a 50-year-old female and a 46-year-old male, in two separate apartments. The male […]

Irked Teacher Posts Message to Parents: Teaching Manners Begins ‘at Home,’ and It Goes Viral

Irked Teacher Posts Message to Parents: Teaching Manners Begins ‘at Home,’ and It Goes Viral

  BY LOUISE BEVAN   A child learns so much about life and social conduct from their family before entering the school system. One school adopted this sentiment and turned it into a poster for parents and guardians with a firm, heartfelt message: take more responsibility for your children’s behavior, because education begins at home. Paulo Gandra, a retired guitar and […]

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