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PODS® of Tri-Counties and The City Center help to end homelessness

PODS® of Tri-Counties and The City Center help to end homelessness

46 year old Camarillo woman in custody for suspected sexual molestation of juvenile

46 year old Camarillo woman in custody for suspected sexual molestation of juvenile

Tracey Marsh was arrested at her residence, located in the City of Camarillo, after an investigation was conducted in reference to a child molestation. Detectives became aware of the incident(s) after the juvenile male victim disclosed to family members that Marsh had engaged in sexual acts with him, which had been ongoing over the past […]

CA Dems also splitting on social-services spending

CA Dems also splitting on social-services spending

Anthrax–the next attack is only a matter of time

Anthrax–the next attack is only a matter of time

Covered CA struggles through second enrollment

Covered CA struggles through second enrollment

Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com. Covered California’s huge enrollment numbers boosted the national health care program, the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, during its first year. But the Covered CA health care exchange, the center of the system, has been sneezing through its crucial second open-enrollment period, which began on Nov. 15 and will end Feb. 15, 2015. […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok – Black Friday in Ferguson!

Cartoonist Chip Bok – Black Friday in Ferguson!

Chip Bok, buy cialis Bokbluster.com   November 28, pilule 2014 Black Friday won’t be setting sales records in Ferguson. According to the New York Times at least 25 buildings were burned in the violence. On the bright side over $250, online 000 in donations have poured in to Natalie DuBose. Her small bakery, Natalie’s Cakes & More, was […]

From Oxnard to Ferguson: Your Pain is Our Pain, Your Fight is Our Fight; Only the People Can Defend the People!

From Oxnard to Ferguson: Your Pain is Our Pain, Your Fight is Our Fight; Only the People Can Defend the People!

By Collectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo  Editor’s note: This was sent to us by the local protest organization above and also appears on their web site here. The staff at Citizensjournal.us believes it is important to air and discuss diverse viewpoints.   Haga clic aquí para español “Only in America can a dead black boy go […]

UPDATE: Armed Robberies at Ventura College and the Chase Bank

UPDATE: Armed Robberies at Ventura College and the Chase Bank

UPDATE: On Wednesday November 26th 8:40pm, the Ventura Police Communication Center received a 911 call from a victim of an armed robbery at the entrance to the Imperial Mobile Home Park at 5067 Thille Street. Officers arrived on scene within minutes and searched for the suspect but were unsuccessful in locating him. Officers learned that […]

Oxnard: Major investigation of employee leave time abuse – $2.6MM+

By George Miller Oxnard does investigation of employee vacation/leave time abuse- Tipsters have been trying to get action on this for a long time. It took a tag team of Councilman Bert Perello and new City Manager Greg Nyhoff to get it going. Other Council members have been supportive. Oxnard has been beset with multiple […]

Chip Bok: Silly Shirts –Keep the Chip on board: Adopt a Reporter today!

Chip Bok: Silly Shirts –Keep the Chip on board: Adopt a Reporter today!

World leaders showed up at the APEC summit in China last week wearing silly shirts. It’s an annual tradition to distract us from the silly stuff they do. China is filled with with smog. You can taste the PM 2.5 – little particles that go into your lungs to kill you. So what was the signing event of the week? A […]