The Ventura County Board of Supervisors approved a second reading of an ordinance prohibiting overnight parking in unauthorized areas and limiting the length of stay in one camping space at Rincon Parkway
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, responding to the botched launch of the HealthCare.gov health-insurance website, calls for a review of contracting practices and a new official to oversee risk.
The federal budget deficit narrowed in the first two months of the new fiscal year as government coffers continued to benefit from rising tax revenue.
During winter break,190 classrooms in the Pleasant Valley School District in Camarillo will have audio-visual equipment installed.
Workers in Ventura Unified School District will see a 2 percent raise, after vote of the school board Tuesday night.
A job fair has been scheduled Saturday to provide information on seasonal wildland firefighting and recreation positions at the U.S. Forest Service.
A 78-year-old man who died following a crash in Oxnard Tuesday night died of natural causes, officials said.
Kristine Kidd, former food editor for Bon Appetit magazine, will discuss gluten-free cooking and other culinary matters during a free event Dec. 12 at El Jardin Courtyard in downtown Ventura.
A gas line that was ruptured Wednesday morning has now been secured and repairs are underway, but the area is still closed off to traffic, officials said.
An Oxnard IHOP is closed after an electrical fire was put out early Wednesday, officials said.
Former City Clerk Carlon Strobel was elected mayor of Ojai by a unanimous vote of the City Council on Tuesday.
Oxnard firefighters Wednesday morning quickly put out an apartment fire at the Channel Islands Harbor.
The Ventura City Council approves an environmental review to study the potential noise impact of a concert series behind City Hall.
Enrollment in private health plans sold on new insurance exchanges rose sharply, as more uninsured Americans picked plans before a December deadline and technology glitches were fixed.
A new WSJ/NBC News poll suggests the health-care law is becoming a heavier burden for the president and his party, despite increased confidence on the economy.