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Prosecutors have filed charges against Chris Heisser months after his DUI arrest and blowout fight with fiancee Heather Locklear, RadarOnline.com can confirm. According to documents obtained by Radar, Ventura County District Attorney officials charged Heisser, 56, with one misdemeanor count of driving under the influence of alcohol with a special allegation of driving with a Read More... [Read More]
SCORE Ventura County, a nonprofit resource partner of the Small Business Administration that offers free mentoring and business education, will host its annual free small business expo. [Read More]
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MoreiraA Simi Valley carjacking suspect was in Ventura County Superior Court this week. At his April 12 arraignment, 28- year- old Lester Moreira pleaded not guilty to felony charges of robbery, carjacking, criminal threats, evading an officer and stealing a vehicle, according to court records. He also denied... [Read More]
Ventura County has opened a recruitment to fill a position for a Spanish-speaking public information officer to serve in the county executive office. "The county has over 2,000 bilingual employees across our many agencies and departments, and as part of our continued commitment to our Spanish-speaking community, we are... [Read More]
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Wind blew strong around Ventura County Monday, with thick dust near the Camarillo Airport a byproduct of a former car storage site. [Read More]
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The first Unified Special Olympics track meet took place at Camarillo High School on Friday. This is different than other Special Olympic events we've seen up and down the coast. [Read More]
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Moving to the suburbs offers hidden benefits to students and families alike. Studies from the Census Bureau in 2017 revealed that lower-density suburbs have the fastest growth. Suburban life comes with its own obstacles, but understanding the main ones early on allows movers to be better prepared to live and settle in a new environment. I moved to California 10 years ago this year, as a college student. I didn't relocate to Hollywood, Laguna Beach, or any other place that you would recognize from a pop culture reference. Instead, I... [Read More]
Six local nonprofits are in the running for grants ranging from $10,000 to $100,000. You can help them win. Here's how:... [Read More]
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The Ventura County Star has won six California News Publisher Association awards, including for coverage of the Thomas Fire. [Read More]
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Sandie Mier, left, and Angie Strong from Mount Cross Preschool compete in the "She Nailed It!" event hosted by Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County. The "She Nailed It!" competition was held at the Lowe's parking lot in Oxnard Saturday morning and raised money for Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County.. [Read More]
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FIT FOR THE JOB—An avid runner, John Spykerman has completed 50 marathons and a handful of ultramarathons. Courtesy VCFD If the talk around the kitchen table is about vehicle extractions and turnout gear, it might just be dinner in the Spykerman household. John Spykerman, a new Ventura County Fire Department division... [Read More]
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FIRED UP—Bruce Boyer speaks on Senate Bill 54 during public comments at the Thousand Oaks City Council meeting April 10. RICHARD GILLARD/Acorn Newspapers A would-be Ventura County sheriff candidate is not going down without a fight. Bruce Boyer, whom Ventura County Clerk Mark Lunn has deemed "unqualified" for the job... [Read More]
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A U.S. Air Force pilot killed in jet crash last week had Ventura County roots. [Read More]
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ONE LAST JOB TOGETHER—Capt. Phil Hadley and engineer Terry Lamb talk while cleaning up at the scene of a dryer fire in Simi Valley on their final day of work March 28. The close friends were the Ventura County Fire Department's longest-serving captain-engineer team, having spent almost 25 years together at Simi's... [Read More]
The renewed arms race and its funding deprive our nation and future of the precious resources we need to address our most critical problems. [Read More]
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It's a question from an introductory economics course, come to life: What happens when an area that's already short on housing sees a portion of its inventory burn to the ground? [Read More]
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The Museum of Ventura County has announced the opening of the application process for its visual arts scholarships. [Read More]
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Visitor cancellations have plagued Ventura County, which relies heavily on its Southern California and Central Valley drive markets, but its international travel came through the winter intact as agencies work to build the tourism industry back up. [Read More]
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An April 10 vote by the Metropolitan Water District that strongly favors paying for an expanded share of the proposed $11 billion delta tunnel project has big implications for Ventura County farming and housing. [Read More]
Ship traffic Due to arrive today ... [Read More]
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