Sales of previously owned homes fell slightly in March, a sign the shaky U.S. housing market has continued to struggle into the spring but may be stabilizing.
A pedestrian was taken to the hospital early Tuesday after a hit-and-run crash in Oxnard, officials said.
President Barack Obama will try to turn his focus to Asia with a trip this week to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines, but the conflict in Ukraine threatens to disrupt his plans, again.
Capital Journal: Of all the lessons one might draw from Russia's bullying of Ukraine, this may be the most cold-blooded of all: If you want to behave badly, it helps to have a lot of oil and gas. Much will be forgiven, or at least ignored.
Thousand Oaks High School campaign for student cabinet begins tomorrow with banners, speeches and glad-handing
When Ventura voters head to the polls in November, they'll be voting on whether to move the City Council and Ventura Unified school board elections to even-numbered years. What they won't decide is what happens to the position of mayor.
For some of the roughly 150 people who got charged thousands forfood at a Del Taco in Santa Paula last week, the hassle isn't over.
A look at the surf forecast from the National Weather Service.
A look at today's surf conditions for Ventura County beaches:
Surf height: 2-3 feet
Rip current potential: High
Water temperature: 59-66 degrees
West swell with max sets to 4 feet, very strong currents and dangerous swimming conditions are expected -- elevated rip current risk due to large tidal swings. Little change expected for tomorrow.
The GOP candidate for governor would throw out much of the education code, send funds directly to schools rather than to districts and let most public schools run like charters.
Saying that better schools are critical for California's prosperity, GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari proposes changing the way education is funded, making traditional schools more like charters and increasing online learning.
The new Lytro Illum camera offers photographers a range of new features, while still allowing them to refocus a photo after the fact
The former N.F.L. receiver Keyshawn Johnson was arrested after a report of a domestic dispute, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
The winner of this year’s 2014 Getty Images and Chris Hondros Fund Award honors Chris Hondros for his sense of compassion and respect for his subjects.
A surge of rail construction could bring a project closer to fruition after years of disagreements.
A contract agreement struck last week between the Metropolitan Transportation Authority and its largest union contains a sweetener left unmentioned: $2 million a year over three years into a fund used by the Transport Workers Union Local 100.
Some of the George Washington Bridge scandal's costs are coming into focus. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's re-election campaign, for example, has $264,000 of debt related to defending itself from subpoenas.
The Supreme Court will consider a free-speech challenge to an Ohio false-statements law that if allowed would advance a broader push against state laws making it illegal to lie about a political candidate.
One year after two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line, the city reclaimed the joy of its marquee event, coming out in near record numbers and basking in the glory of the first American men's winner in 31 years.
For some writers and admirers, it seemed fitting that the first public memorial service for Gabriel García Márquez took place in Mexico City, where he had lived for many years.
Following one of the most violent weekends of the year so far, the U.S. attorney's office in Chicago said it was forming a violent-crimes section that focuses specifically on gangs, guns and drugs.
The top U.S. intelligence official is looking to crack down on media leaks, just as officials have vowed greater openness after a wave of disclosures about government surveillance.