Buena High School's drama department is staging Disney's "Aladdin Jr.," and shows will start Thursday.
Supreme Court justices expressed unease with online-video startup Aereo, but they also voiced concerns about the consequences of ruling for the broadcasters that are challenging the legality of the service.
A panel of federal appeals-court judges signaled that prosecutors may have taken too broad a view of insider trading, saying there needs to be more a "bright line" about what constitutes a crime.
“A Bintel Brief” is Liana Finck’s graphic rendering of poignant letters written by Jewish immigrants a century ago to an advice columnist at The Jewish Daily Forward.
Columnist Margaret Nesbitt adopted a pit bull named Rocky for a short time and today she writes about how he escaped and she rescued him one more time.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally will leave the auto maker earlier than expected after a more than seven-year run that has seen the company build on its recent successes in North America and China.
A month after one of the most lethal landslides in U.S. history, shock and grief are giving way to frazzled nerves. With President Obama set to visit, residents of Oso, Wash., are demanding to know if their well water is safe and whether they will get timely warnings of future slides.
Senior advocate Betty Berry tells a reader that if her cousin really needs a conservator, something she believes should be avoided if possible, consult a lawyer to help with the process.
The Santa Paula City Council received a report Monday night about what is being done to solve parking problems near the high school and now wants more details on how to fix it.
Government officials are trying to rein in increasingly popular federal programs that forgive some student debt, amid rising concerns over the plans' costs and the possibility they could encourage colleges to push tuition even higher.
Foothill Technology, Westlake, Oak Park and Santa Susana were among the top 1,000 on the 2014 Best High Schools rankings released this week by U.S. News & World Report.
The federal government is criticizing student lenders that demand borrowers pay back their entire student loan when a cosigner dies or files for bankruptcy—even if the borrower has never missed a payment.
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