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Schedule for soccer finals released

The Oaks Christian, Moorpark and Grace Brethren girls soccer teams will try to complete a three-for-all this weekend.

Concerts, swap meet and other events planned

Area groups and organizations have a number of events scheduled in coming days.

Personal information needs protection

Michelle Singletary writes about the increase in data breaches and identity theft and what people can do to help protect themselves.

Oxnard couple still married after 72 years

A Camarillo couple searching for the longest-married pair in Ventura County finds Dorothy and Ben Morris, of Oxnard, whose wedding day was Nov. 22, 1942.

House OKs train-crossing improvements

The House passed a bill Wednesday to modernize passenger rail service through 2019, including a provision by Ventura County Democrat Julia Brownley to develop grade-crossing safety plans in light of two recent auto-vs.-rail incidents in Oxnard and Camarillo.

Tune in, rock out with punk band Channel 3

The Cerritos-based group performs Friday with 7 Seconds in Thousand Oaks

Review: Erik Larson’s ‘Dead Wake,’ on the Sinking of the Lusitania

NY Times Books - 1 hour 25 min ago
Mr. Larson, who treats nonfiction like high drama, looks at the German torpedoing of the British ocean liner, in time for the 100th anniversary.






Oxnard fire gets grant for free bike helmets

The Oxnard Fire Department was awarded a $9,000 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety to distribute free bicycle helmets to children, officials said.

Aretha Franklin coming to Santa Barbara

Tickets go on sale March 7 for S.B. Bowl show

Aretha Franklin coming to Santa Barbara

Tickets go on sale March 7 for S.B. Bowl show

Cedars-Sinai reports 'superbug' infections

A second hospital in Los Angeles says several patients have been infected with a "superbug" tied to a medical scope similar to a recent outbreak at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.

Theater review: ‘Other Desert Cities'

Volatile family dynamic drives Jon Robin Baitz’s Tony-nominated play, which runs through April 5 at the Santa Paula Theater Center

Theater review: ‘Other Desert Cities'

Volatile family dynamic drives Jon Robin Baitz’s Tony-nominated play, which runs through April 5 at the Santa Paula Theater Center

France, Cameroon wouldn't take man shot by LAPD

A homeless foreigner shot to death by police on Los Angeles' Skid Row was in the country illegally after serving time for a bank robbery but couldn't be deported because no country would take him, U.S. immigration authorities said Wednesday.

West Ventura community group meets Wednesday

Learn about longtime North Ventura Avenue-based business Aera Energy during the monthly meeting of the Westside Community Council.

HUD audit of Port Hueneme not over

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development enforcement analysts are not done reviewing the city of Port Hueneme’s use of federal funds meant for affordable housing to determine if they have been used appropriately.

Which political party is the conservative party?

Democrats represent and depend on America’s minorities. But they can do that and still be the Establishment power.  It is the Republican Party that gives more power to those who want to blow up the status quo and there isn’t anything conservative about that. 

McDonald's nixing antibiotic-raised chicken

McDonald's is cutting chicken raised on antibiotics and milk from cows treated with an artificial growth hormone.

2.5 magnitude earthquake felt in Ventura

A 2.5 magnitude earthquake was reported Wednesday morning about 3 miles from Ventura, officials said.

Groups appeal oil wells near Punchbowl Trail

Local groups are appealing a project allowing 19 new oil wells in Upper Ojai near Thomas Aquinas College, along the popular Punchbowl hiking trail.

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