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1 hr ago | The Fresno Bee
Kimberly Gearhart, a public affairs officer with the base, says the whale appeared to have been dead for some time and may have been struck by a ship.
2 hrs ago | Ventura County Reporter
The Ventura County Animal Services, in cooperation with the nonprofit Paw Works, has reached a countywide "no kill" status, making Ventura the second county in California to have done so, according to the VCAS.
The McCune Foundation and the Ventura County Housing Trust Fund are pleased to announce a partnership between the two organizations in support of their mutual missions.
LATEST AS SOON AS WE GET IT. THIS FIRE BURNING NEAR FOREST HILL. TIME FOR "THE RIGGS REPORT."
California Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday his state is willing to shelter more migrant children from Central America if needed but reiterated that the United States needs to find a long-term solution to the immigration crisis.
A retired Oxnard police officer was sentenced Tuesday to 83 years to life in prison for molesting two girls, officials said.
Over the month of July, Ventura County water is hosting a dirty car contest to send a messy message about water usage across the state.
'A Country Fair with Ocean Air' The 2014 Ventura County Fair, 'A Country Fair with Ocean Air' runs from July 30th through August 10th at the Ventura County Fairgrounds.
San Miguel Island was used for ordnance testing during and after World War II and at least two politicians are urging the U.S. Navy to step up a timeline to clear the from possibly dangerous ordinance so the island can be opened up for tourism.
Remember all those stories about a new bowling center being planned for Janss Marketplace in the east Ventura County city of Thousand Oaks? The last flurry of stories reported that there was hope that the facility could be open by early next year.
Ralph Fernandez, an incumbent councilman, and John Demers, who serves on the Planning Commission, respectively took out nomination papers Thursday and Friday, said Deputy City Clerk Lucy Blanco.
Thrin Short, 16, of Ventura County, Calif., told FoxNews.com she was pushed at least three times by associate professor Mireille Miller-Young during a March 4 anti-abortion outreach event at the University of California in Santa Barbara.
The Porterville-based parent company of Bank of the Sierra said July 17 that it is purchasing Santa Paula-based Santa Clara Valley Bank in an all-cash deal that includes three branches and $105 million in deposits.
Children at the White House earlier this month protest President Obama's response to the immigration crisis.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 07:35 am
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