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‘Major Emergency’ Brush Fire Burning in Brentwood

‘Major Emergency’ Brush Fire Burning in Brentwood

A brushfire broke out at midday Sunday in Mandeville Canyon, just northwest of the Getty Museum, and quickly developed into a “major emergency” as it charred at least 30 acres, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. The fire began about 12:45 p.m. and was first reported as burning about 3 to 4 acres of […]

Trump fires Comey: spin doctors go wild in the swamp

Trump fires Comey: spin doctors go wild in the swamp

. By Jon Rappoport Trump fires Comey: spin doctors go wild in the swamp     In the political swamp that is Washington, and in the press swamp, motor boats began speeding every which way in the wake of Trump’s decision to fire FBI Director Comey.  .   People in the boats are holding up […]

Single Family Structure Fire on Katherine Dr. Ventura

Single Family Structure Fire on Katherine Dr. Ventura

On April 27th at 7:47 AM, fire units responded to a reported structure fire in a residence in the 2500 block of Katherine Ave, Ventura, CA, approaching units reported a smoke column showing and the response was upgraded. The first arriving engine companies reported a single-story single-family residence with heavy smoke showing from a window […]

Deteriorating Wood and a Spark, Suspected in starting Santa Paula Fire

Deteriorating Wood and a Spark, Suspected in starting Santa Paula Fire

On March 6th at 10:22 AM,  214 S Mill Street, Apt. 10 Santa Paula Engine 81 was initially dispatched to a report of a Carbon Monoxide alarm activation with a smoke odor investigation. Upon arrival, E81 reported smoke coming from the garage port area and upgraded call to a Structure fire.  Fire crews found a small […]

Oxnard College Provides Temporary Shelter to Families Displaced from Port Hueneme Fire

Oxnard College Provides Temporary Shelter to Families Displaced from Port Hueneme Fire

Twelve families displaced as a result of Port Hueneme fire Oxnard College President Cynthia Azari announced this morning that Oxnard College will provide temporary shelter for 12 families who were displaced as a result of a fire that occurred in an apartment building in Port Hueneme Thursday, February 23, 2017. Administrators at Oxnard College are […]

Sally Yates, acting Attorney General, fired by Trump

Sally Yates, acting Attorney General, fired by Trump

President Trump on Monday ousted the acting attorney general, a holdover from the Obama administration, and installed a pick of his own choice, capping off a dramatic day as he moved to shore up the defense of his extreme vetting executive order. Mr. Trump relieved Sally Q. Yates, the deputy attorney general who had stepped […]

Santa Paula: Fire in Microwave causes about $80,000 in damages

Santa Paula: Fire in Microwave causes about $80,000 in damages

Cause: Metallic object placed in Microwave oven Injuries: 1 minor injury sustained by a Ventura County Firefighter – head laceration. Number of personnel:  22 Fire Equipment: 4 Engines, including 1 paramedic, 1 support, 1 Light/air unit, 1 ambulance. Agencies; Santa Paula Fire, Ventura County Fire, Fillmore Fire, Santa Paula PD, AMR ambulance, SP Building & […]

Ventura Fire Department knocks down early morning Blaze

Ventura Fire Department knocks down early morning Blaze

Oxnard Councilman questions City Manager on 4 labor contracts cost/savings

Oxnard Councilman questions City Manager on 4 labor contracts cost/savings

By George Miller Councilman Bert Perello was dissatisfied with the handling of the labor contracts approval at the 9-13-16 City Council meeting. He has taken the position that the “cost savings” claimed are questionable, that the versions developed by former CFO Dave Millican and current staff differ considerably, and that no financial analysis at all was […]

Candles start fire in Ventura home

Candles start fire in Ventura home