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Trump Tours Damage From Riots in Kenosha, Promises to Help Businesses Rebuild

Trump Tours Damage From Riots in Kenosha, Promises to Help Businesses Rebuild

BY ZACHARY STIEBER President Donald Trump on Tuesday met with business owners affected by the riots in Kenosha that took place last week in the Wisconsin city, along with law enforcement officials. The president flew to Illinois before being driven across state lines to survey damage inflicted by marauders that began on Aug. 23, hours after the police shooting […]

12-Year-Old Invents Device That Prevents Babies From Dying in Hot Cars, Wins $20,000 Competition

12-Year-Old Invents Device That Prevents Babies From Dying in Hot Cars, Wins $20,000 Competition

BY EMG INSPIRED STAFF Twelve-year-old Lydia Denton is advanced beyond her age when it comes to making an impact in the world. The young lady, hailing from Wilson, North Carolina, has already invented a device that might save babies from dying in hot cars. The invention is a car seat that senses when the baby is getting too […]

Defunding of Police Could Lead to Truckers Refusing to Deliver

Defunding of Police Could Lead to Truckers Refusing to Deliver

BY LORENZ DUCHAMPS Trucking companies and experts have expressed their concerns following the “defund the police” movement in the wake of the police custody death of George Floyd on May 25. In a recent poll by CDLLife—the largest community for truck drivers—77 percent of truckers said they will refuse to deliver to cities that had defunded their […]

Schools no longer safe for students and educators; Los Angeles teachers’ union seeks to eliminate school police force

Schools no longer safe for students and educators; Los Angeles teachers’ union seeks to eliminate school police force

    By Michael Hernandez Safety will become the top reason to exit public schools if teachers’ unions are successful in eliminating school police forces. The United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA) which represents teachers and support staff in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) called for the elimination of the 400-member police force protecting […]

No Forever Chemicals Detected in Oxnard’s Drinking Water

No Forever Chemicals Detected in Oxnard’s Drinking Water

OXNARD, Calif. – Oxnard’s commitment to protecting local drinking water sources continues as the City’s tap water remains safe, clean and reliable.  Water quality testing shows there are no per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) contaminants in any of Oxnard’s water sources.  PFAS (also known as “forever chemicals”) are the subject of news reports across the country […]

Buckle Up, Ventura! Every Trip, Every Time.

Buckle Up, Ventura! Every Trip, Every Time.

The Thanksgiving holiday is one of the busiest travel times of the year. Millions across the country will be hitting the road to meet with friends and family for Thanksgiving. It is why the Ventura Police Department is reminding the community to wear their seat belt for every trip, regardless of how far you are […]

4th of July Community Events and Public Safety

4th of July Community Events and Public Safety

Ventura’s 4th of July Street Fair continues its proud 44-year tradition on Thursday, July 4, 2019, from 10 am to 5 pm in Ventura’s Downtown Cultural District. “We Have Liftoff!” is this year’s theme, in honor of the 50th anniversary of NASA’s Apollo Program. The Independence Day event regularly draws more than 50,000 residents and visitors. […]

Annual Bike Rodeo | Come “Chill” with the Ventura Police Department June 1st

Annual Bike Rodeo | Come “Chill” with the Ventura Police Department June 1st

The Ventura Police Department, Ventura Police Community Foundation and McConnell’s Fine Ice Cream invite the community to come “Chill with VPD”. The annual community event will be held in the south west parking lot of the Pacific View Mall nearest to McConnell’s.  The event will feature a “touch a truck” area for children to view […]

Camarillo | Click It or Ticket

Camarillo | Click It or Ticket

Ventura County, Ca. – From May 20 to June 2, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office will have additional officers on patrol looking for drivers and passengers who are not buckled up, including drivers who do not secure children in child safety seats. The enforcement effort is part of the national Click It or Ticket campaign […]

New California Wildfire Safety and Preparedness Campaign Aims to Prepare Californians for Potential Wildfires

New California Wildfire Safety and Preparedness Campaign Aims to Prepare Californians for Potential Wildfires

The California Fire Foundation, in partnership with Edison International, parent company of Southern California Edison, has launched a statewide Wildfire Safety and Preparedness public education campaign to better inform residents on key steps and precautions to take in preparing for potential wildfires. The campaign, with materials available in English and Spanish, is part of the […]

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