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CA Ranked Last of 50 States in Key Childhood Indicators; Progress Threatened by COVID-19

CA Ranked Last of 50 States in Key Childhood Indicators; Progress Threatened by COVID-19

Press Release A higher percentage of California’s children live in families where the household head lacks a high school diploma than any other state. In addition, a higher percentage of California children live in households that spend more than 30% of income on housing than in any other state. These are just two of the […]

Commander Jeremy Paris Appointed Police Chief for The City of Thousand Oaks

Commander Jeremy Paris Appointed Police Chief for The City of Thousand Oaks

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$36.5 Million Judgment Against The City of Oxnard’s Unlawful Infrastructure Use Fee (IUF)

$36.5 Million Judgment Against The City of Oxnard’s Unlawful Infrastructure Use Fee (IUF)

Press Release by Aaron Starr Another favorable decision in court today concerning our $36.5 million judgment against the City of Oxnard’s unlawful Infrastructure Use Fee (IUF). The City of Oxnard will have to pay back over a three-year period the money they illegally took — far less than the eight years they demanded. The judge […]

Suicide Attempts Among Adolescents Skyrocketed During The Pandemic, CDC Report Shows

Suicide Attempts Among Adolescents Skyrocketed During The Pandemic, CDC Report Shows

By Thomas Catenacci Suicide-related emergency room visits among both adolescent girls and boys spiked amid the pandemic and continued to surge as lockdowns persisted, according to a government health report. Emergency room (ER) mental health visits increased 31% among children aged 12-17 years old in 2020 compared to the previous year, according to a Centers […]

Oxnard Police Department Holding DUI Checkpoint on June 11, 2021

Oxnard Police Department Holding DUI Checkpoint on June 11, 2021

The Oxnard Police Department will hold a DUI Checkpoint on Friday, June 11, 2021, from 6:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at an undisclosed location within the city limits.  Checkpoint locations are chosen based on a history of DUI crashes and arrests. The primary purpose of checkpoints is not to make arrests, but to promote public […]

This is How Many People Work for the Government in California

This is How Many People Work for the Government in California

Samuel Stebbins | The Center Square contributor The Biden administration has proposed a $6 trillion budget aimed at improving infrastructure, education, and health care. If passed, it would push federal spending to its highest level since World War II. It could also usher in the reversal of a long term-trend of declining government employment. Over the last […]

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Feature Article Added by Chris Bailey 06 June 2021  The doctrine of Qualified Immunity is a heavily debated topic in 2021, and the history of its creation runs deep. The most recent case which addresses qualified immunity was decided by SCOTUS Taylor v. Riojas (2020), involving an inmate held in a Texas Correctional Facility under […]

Christian Doctor Gets Ordered NOT To Provide Life-Saving Treatment

Christian Doctor Gets Ordered NOT To Provide Life-Saving Treatment

By Bob Unruh  WND News Center A Christian doctor has been ordered by a medical tribunal in the United Kingdom not to provide life-saving treatment to women who seek his help while an investigation is conducted. Officials at Christian Concern explained Dr. Dermot Kearney, a former president of the Catholic Medical Association, is considering how to challenge […]

Man Stabbed to Death in Oxnard

Man Stabbed to Death in Oxnard

Oxnard Police Department – Incident Press Release On May 31, 2021, at about 4:00 PM, officers from the Oxnard Police Department were dispatched to a call of a stabbing victim in the north alley of the 800 block of La Canada Avenue. Upon officer arrival, they located a victim on the ground in the alley, […]

Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

By Kevin Harris One hundred and thirty six residents showed up, either virtually or in person, Tuesday night, to speak their mind on proposed changes to the city’s General Plan, during a 6-hour Special Meeting of the Thousand Oaks City Council. These include land use designation changes for some areas of the city, from single, […]