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Privacy Experts Warn Consumers Apple’s Photo-Scans May Return

Privacy Experts Warn Consumers Apple’s Photo-Scans May Return

By Bob Unruh When Apple announced a new program that would scan photos in all products, from phones to tablets and more, whether the owners wanted that or not, privacy experts rose up to protest. The company then said it would delay the program “while consulting with various groups about its impact,” according to a report […]

Biden Administration Was Warned Last Month Of Afghanistan ‘Catastrophe’

Biden Administration Was Warned Last Month Of Afghanistan ‘Catastrophe’

By Art Moore WND News Center   Soldiers march to the ramp of a CH-47 Chinook helicopter that will return them to Kandahar Army Air Field on Sept. 4, 2003. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Kyle Davis) Conflicting with President Biden’s insistence that he had no intelligence indicating Kabul would quickly fall upon the U.S. withdrawal […]

SCAM ALERT | COVID-19 Mortgage Forbearance Warning

SCAM ALERT | COVID-19 Mortgage Forbearance Warning

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten warned today that county residents should be extra vigilant about mortgage, forbearance, and loan modification scams as financial predators seek to exploit the current COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of the economic fallout from the COVID-19 virus, last month alone, mortgage forbearance requests increased by approximately 2000 […]

Oxnard Mayor Flynn Slapped With Brown Act Violation Warning by VC DA Office

Oxnard Mayor Flynn Slapped With Brown Act Violation Warning by VC DA Office

By George Miller Ventura County Deputy District Attorney Thomas M. Frye issued  a written warning to Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn on 7-25-8, citing that it was his conclusion that Flynn had violated the Brown Act, which regulates the content of public meetings. Specifically is says that Flynn conducted an extended, unauthorized discussion, which had not been […]

Excessive Heat Warning – High Temperatures/Fire Conditions – High Surf/Rip Currents

Excessive Heat Warning – High Temperatures/Fire Conditions – High Surf/Rip Currents

Oxnard, California – The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning with potentially record-breaking heat possible across portions of southwest California from Thursday, July 5 through Sunday, July. High temperatures are likely Friday and Saturday, and are possible as early as Thursday and as late as Sunday. The hottest conditions are expected Friday and Saturday […]

Moorpark College received Anonymous Call warning there would be a Shooting

Moorpark College received Anonymous Call warning there would be a Shooting

Moorpark College Veterans Resource Center received an anonymous call this morning from a male who stated he received a text that there would be a shooting at Moorpark College today.  Campus police acted immediately to determine the validity of the threat.  While the credibility of the threat is low, campus police and the Sheriff’s Department […]

Emergency: Ca Orovile dam spillway near failure, evacuations ordered

Emergency: Ca Orovile dam spillway near failure, evacuations ordered

The California Department of Water Resources issued a sudden evacuation order shortly before 5 p.m. Sunday for residents near the Oroville Dam in northern California, warning that the dam’s emergency spillway would fail in the next 60 minutes. The Oroville Dam is the highest in the nation. An emergency alert issued on Facebook stated: “EMERGENCY […]

NOTICE: California Coastal Commission ready to fine Community Association over Short-Term Rental ban

NOTICE: California Coastal Commission ready to fine Community Association over Short-Term Rental ban

OXNARD, Calif. September 8, 2016 – The California Coastal Commission (CCC) has weighed in on a battle over a local community association’s ban of short term vacation rentals (STVR’s). In response to a STVR ban enacted by the Mandalay Shores Community Association (MSCA), the CCC has sent notice (CCC letter to MSCA 8.26.16) to the […]

Public advised of construction on Victoria Avenue (Oxnard) through November 2016

Public advised of construction on Victoria Avenue (Oxnard) through November 2016

Oxnard PD Union warns public on reduced service

Oxnard PD Union warns public on reduced service

By George Miller The Oxnard Peace Officers Association (the Oxnard police officers’ union) announced that the manpower reductions driven by the Oxnard General Fund budget cuts have been implemented and that service will suffer as a result. While management, officers and staff have done what they could to avoid adversely  impacting public safety and crime […]

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