Ventura County Star - Happening Now
A motorcyclist was injured Sunday morning in a crash along Highway 33 near Chorro Grande Canyon, officials said.
Six people were injured in an Oxnard crash Sunday morning, officials said.
Ventura firefighters early Sunday put out a small vegetation blaze along Highway 101, officials said.
A 25-year-old man was arrested Saturday night after allegedly injuring another man during a fight at a family gathering in Oxnard, police said.
Earth Day is celebrating its 45th anniversary on April 22. What started in 1970 in the United States and was observed by 20 million people has grown to a movement involving 192 countries and 200 million people worldwide.
Numerous individuals who participated in a brain injury retreat at the American Jewish University Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley.
Team spirit was alive during the Office Olympics, one of the first activities of the 26th Ventura Corporate Games on Saturday.
Scattered across the green lawn at the Ventura Harbor Cottontail Day Festival on Saturday were numerous pastel-colored plastic Easter eggs. But tucked behind a tuft of grass or large bunny decoration may have been hidden a golden egg with a ticket for a special, fluffy prize.
The Great Race of Agoura Hills marked its 30th year Saturday with two half-marathons, a 10K, a 5K, a kids mile run and a family run. It benefits schools in Agoura Hills and Oak Park.
CSU Channel Islands. students, staff members and cancer survivors took turns walking and running circles around the university’s south quad between 6 p.m. Friday and 6 a.m. Saturday to symbolize the idea that the fight against cancer never stops.
Louisville redshirt freshman Nicole Pufahl has recovered from an ACL injury to return to the softball field this season.
It has been 27 years since an area track and field team won a state championship plaque.
Two Venturans were arrested after they were seen casing for vehicles early Saturday in Ventura, officials said.
Faced with concerns about tall walls and fences blocking views, Ojai has adopted a moratorium on all screening types over 3 feet tall.
Area groups and organizations have a number of events scheduled in coming days.