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Housing undocumented children can not be a long-term mission for Naval Base Ventura County, which has national-defense priorities to focus on.
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The Ventura County Health Care Agency is slated to receive $4.1 million in federal funding to study treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, one of the most common lung conditions in the U.S. The Ventura County Health Care Agency is slated to receive $4.1 million in federal funding to study treatment of chronic obstructive ... (more)
Debra Gray, an introverted woman known for her devotion to her extended family who quietly supported herself on earnings in restaurant kitchens and at gas station counters, passed away last month.
Ojai Land Conservancy: Meadows Restoration Project Volunteers are needed every Friday morning at the Ojai Meadows, located next to Nordhoff High School on Maricopa Highway in Ojai, to assist staff and the restorations specialists with raking, planting and providing general help with the project.
In a town where the term "fine dining" is thrown around a lot, it can sometimes be hard to find a place that can accurately make that claim.
V entura County is facing a big problem, one that is plaguing medical communities around the country.
Jonathan Alinei and Briana Ayala, both 20, were among four people arrested in connection with knife attack in Thousand Oaks that police say was gang related.
A Port Hueneme shelter that's housing hundreds of unaccompanied children who have illegally crossed the Southwest border is operating near or at capacity, visitors say.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Office, Fillmore Police Department, arrested Ruben Estrada for two counts of assault with a deadly weapon, hit and run, and driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
As the border crisis continues, the Department of Defense is requesting that additional military bases make housing facilities and land available to accommodate a continued influx of illegal alien children.
A service for firefighter Mike Herdman, whose body was found in Los Padres Forest in Ventura County after a two-week search, will be held in Arcadia today.
Adrian Calleja and his sister Adriana Diego, of Oxnard, stand in support of the immigrant children who are being sheltered at a naval base in Port Hueneme, Calif., outside the base Tursday, July 8, 2014.
Protester Darlene Mosser sits outside the Naval Base Ventura County in Port Hueneme on Tuesday, when religious, community and legislative leaders toured the facility holding hundreds of unaccompanied minor detainees.
Over 100 pro-amnesty activists from Southern California traveled to Naval Base Ventura County on Tuesday to stage a demonstration outside the gates to demand "humane treatment" for illegal aliens who have been transferred there from Texas by U.S. Border Patrol.
After touring a federally run shelter for 575 teens at a naval base in Port Hueneme, members of the state's Latino legislative caucus and religious leaders said the children from 13 to 17 years old appeared happy.
Demonstrators and counter demonstrators picket on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 to raise issues around migrant children who are being temporarily housed at Naval Base Ventura County.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 11:12 am
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