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Mudslides trap California drivers including rapper Soulja Boy, close major highway

Mudslides trap California drivers including rapper Soulja Boy, close major highway

A winter storm that brought heavy rain to Southern California wildfire burn areas unleashed flooding and mudslides on Saturday, trapping motorists, including rapper Soulja Boy, on a major highway. The California Department of Transportation District 7?said on Twitter?that the Pacific Coast Highway will remain closed until Monday due to mudslides and flooding between Las Posas […]

There’s Snow on ‘Em There Hills!

There’s Snow on ‘Em There Hills!

By Staff, Nearly an inch fell last night on Ventura County,?0.81 average, with more on the way.? The rain year to date from October 1st 2018 is 4.1 inches. Malibu reported mudslides in the burn areas.? Last night rain totals are posted below in a map provided by?https://www.vcwatershed.net/fws/gmap.html A Thousand Oaks reader, Susan Kline sent […]

The Latest: Funeral held in California for slain officer

The Latest: Funeral held in California for slain officer

MODESTO, Calif. –?The Latest on the funeral for slain California police officer (all times local): 10:20 a.m. A moment of silence, followed by Scottish bagpipes playing “Amazing Grace,” marked the beginning of funeral services Saturday for a slain police officer in central California. Cpl. Ronil (row-neel) Singh was shot and killed in the early hours […]

Ventura Vegetation Fire in Arundell Barranca

Ventura Vegetation Fire in Arundell Barranca

On January 5th at 4:08 AM, the Ventura County Fire Communication Center received multiple reports of a structure fire in the area of Whittier Ct in the City of Ventura.? Ventura City Fire Department resources were quickly dispatched and arrived to find a fire burning in heavy vegetation in the Arundell Barranca to the rear […]

Finally!! California Agrees to Begin Cleanup of its Voter List! LA County to Remove 1.5 Million Inactive Registrants!

Finally!! California Agrees to Begin Cleanup of its Voter List! LA County to Remove 1.5 Million Inactive Registrants!

SANTA CLARITA, CA. January 4, 2019?– Election Integrity Project?California, Inc. (EIPCa) today announced the settlement of its?lawsuit?that requires Dean Logan, Los Angeles?County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk, to immediately begin to follow federal mandates for identifying and removing deceased, moved and other ineligible registrants (as many as 1.5 million inactive registrants) from the LA County voter rolls. The?settlement?also […]

California’s First Snowpack Survey Shows Water Content Is Below Average

California’s First Snowpack Survey Shows Water Content Is Below Average

By?Associated Press? At a Glance The snowpack supplies about 30 percent of California’s annual water needs. Water content in the Sierra snowpack is at 67 percent of average. California gets about two-thirds of its annual precipitation between December and March. Despite early-season winter storms dumping snow in California’s Sierra Nevada, the water content is only […]

SoCal Edison’s new rates will vary with the time of day. Some customers may not benefit much — or at all

SoCal Edison’s new rates will vary with the time of day. Some customers may not benefit much — or at all

By?SAMMY ROTH Nearly 7 million California households will begin switching to new electricity rates this year that change based on the time of day, bringing lower energy bills for some. But critics say time-varying rates could hurt more homes than they help — and a new study finds people tend to overestimate the benefits. State […]

Oxnard City Manager Alexander Nguyen appoints top two leadership positions in the Finance Department

Oxnard City Manager Alexander Nguyen appoints top two leadership positions in the Finance Department

Oxnard, California. – A formal recruitment process has yielded both the Chief Financial Officer and the Assistant Chief Financial Officer for the City of Oxnard. City Manager Alexander Nguyen is excited to announce the appointment of Kevin Riper as the City’s new Chief Financial Officer, and Donna Ventura as the new Assistant Chief Financial Officer; […]

A Ship Filled with Cars is on Fire in the Middle of the Pacific Ocean

A Ship Filled with Cars is on Fire in the Middle of the Pacific Ocean

Hanna Bogorowski | Reporter . A car-carrying vessel caught on fire on New Year’s Eve in the middle of the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Japan, leaving several sailors missing and three likely dead. The captain of the ship signaled an intent to abandon ship after the car carrier,?Serenity Ace, caught fire and subsequently lost […]

Trump Refuses to Budge in Shutdown Demand: ‘As Long as it Takes’

Trump Refuses to Budge in Shutdown Demand: ‘As Long as it Takes’

Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent President Donald Trump indicated he will not budge on his demand from Democratic lawmakers for $5.6 billion in funding for his proposed wall along the U.S. southern border, in an extended back-and-forth with reporters Wednesday. Trump’s showdown with Democratic lawmakers has resulted in a partial government shutdown with neither […]

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