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Ventura Traffic Collision – Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian

Ventura Traffic Collision – Vehicle Vs. Pedestrian

  On Wednesday, September 03, 2014, at 7:28 p.m., the Ventura Police Department Command Center received several 9-1-1 calls regarding a serious traffic collision involving a pedestrian and a vehicle in the area of Telephone Rd and E. Main St. Ventura City Fire Dept, AMR, and Ventura Patrol Officers were all dispatched to the Scene. […]

Somis: Caltrans delaying Donlon Road realignment

Somis: Caltrans delaying Donlon Road realignment

By David Stewart This Labor Day weekend traffic was backed up from the Somis traffic light all the way to Moorpark along Highway 118 (Los Angeles Ave.).  Caltrans had plans to improve service by enlarging the intersection of Somis Road (State Highway 34) and Los Angeles Ave. State (Highway 118) back in 2000 (the issue […]

Ojai Valley to have several DUI Checkpoints this Saturday, August 30th

Ojai Valley to have several DUI Checkpoints this Saturday, August 30th

Camarillo Rotary gets new president and plans big year ahead

Camarillo Rotary gets new president and plans big year ahead

Their new President Kevin Nunn was installed on July 9. Kevin along with his brother Kyle own Camarillo Plumbing & Paint and Aire Serv Heating & Air Conditioning located in Old Town.  Camarillo Plumbing was started in 1961 by their father, vialis 40mg Bob Nunn, who was president of Camarillo Rotary club in 1981. Kevin […]

Garcia sentenced for rape of 80 year old victim

Garcia sentenced for rape of 80 year old victim

Julio Garcia, 42 year old Moorpark resident, was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Kevin Denoce to 37 years to life in prison for committing sexual crimes against an elderly female victim. Garcia received the maximum sentence possible. The crime took place on October 18th, 2012.  Garcia knew the victim who lived in the 800 block […]

NICS Data Suggest Gun Sales Still Strong in 2014

NICS Data Suggest Gun Sales Still Strong in 2014

By NRA-ILA Guns are durable goods, clinic and Americans have bought more than 100 million brand new guns during the last 15 years, dosage on top of the 200 million they already had. Thus, sales when assessing the strength of gun ownership in the United States, it probably doesn’t matter very much whether Americans bought a […]

HJTA Asks Court to Reconsider Adverse High Speed Rail Bond Ruling

HJTA Asks Court to Reconsider Adverse High Speed Rail Bond Ruling

      Sacramento — Today the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, advice one of the defendants in litigation brought by the State to validate the sale of $8.6 billion in bonds for California’s troubled high speed rail project, filed pleadings asking the Court of Appeal to reconsider its ruling, issued July 31, approving the bond […]

Ventura Police arrest parolee for possession of stolen property

Ventura Police arrest parolee for possession of stolen property

Suspect Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter for Heroin Overdose Death

Suspect Charged with Involuntary Manslaughter for Heroin Overdose Death

On February 9, 2014, Ventura resident Michael Zermeno overdosed on heroin at his home in the 6200 block of Freemont Court. He never regained consciousness and died two days later in the hospital. An investigation revealed Zermeno purchased the heroin from Matthew Slough in the City of Ventura just prior to overdosing. Investigators from the […]

Unprepared Businesses Learn Cybersecurity Lessons The Hard Way

Unprepared Businesses Learn Cybersecurity Lessons The Hard Way

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security TrainACE, an information technology (IT) and cybersecurity training organization, recently conducted a survey of 200 IT professionals to evaluate the cyber readiness of their businesses. The survey discovered that of the respondents that experienced a hack or breach, nearly 20 percent did not have a cyber incident plan in place, […]