Michelle Singletary believes children learn by what they see their parents do when it comes to finances, but if they don't have those role models foolproofme.com can help.
Area groups and organizations have a number of events scheduled in coming days.
Volunteers plant 50 valley oak seedlings in Thousand Oaks, creating a nursery so that whenever a centuries-old oak dies, it can be replaced.
In a recent round of pretrial shuffling between Oxnard and its former city manager, the city got much of what it wanted.
Pope Francis, Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez and others are presenting the case for the sainthood of Father Junipero Serra.
Trustees of the Ventura County pensions system are looking at lowering their targeted rate of return on investments.
Four Ventura County mobile home parks were recently part of a larger deal that involved a $650 million loan from major names in banking.
The renovation took longer than expected and there was some controversy but the renovated Westlake Plaza is getting good reviews.
Richard Reeves, the former New York Times and PBS chief correspondent and author of books on several presidents, will talk about his new book "Infamy: The Shocking Story of the Japanese-American Internment in World War II" on Thursday night at the Grant R. Brimhall Library in Thousand Oaks.
A trip to Cuba reveals some changes from the last time this writer was there, but basic freedoms are still missing.
Gusty winds are in the forecast through Saturday night, according to the National Weather Service.
Columnist Troy Wolverton reports about new technology that could lead to a paperless socity, but evidence points to that not being very likely.
Bill Lynch learned to cooking watching his Italian grandmother create traditional dishes and he still enjoys himself in the kitchen.
A powerful earthquake struck Nepal Saturday, killing at least 906 people across a swath of four countries as the violently shaking earth collapsed houses, leveled centuries-old temples and triggered avalanches on Mt. Everest. It was the worst tremor to hit the poor South Asian nation in over 80 years.
Bill Nash writes about how we've become so sensitive about everythying from food to politics that it makes it difficult to know how act.
A number of business groups have events planned in the coming days