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  • SoCal Residents: Be Prepared For Chilly Temperatures and High Winds

    SoCal Residents: Be Prepared For Chilly Temperatures and High Winds
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Scattered showers fell across Southern California Saturday night but by Sunday morning, skies were clear and forecasters say windy conditions are on tap for Sunday. A wind advisory was issued by the National Weather Service in the...
  • Police Shoot Two Pit Bulls in Oxnard

    Police Shoot Two Pit Bulls in Oxnard
    OXNARD ( KTLA) - An Oxnard police officer shot two pit bulls when they charged him as he chased their owner. Police said in a prepared statement that officers were trying to serve a vandalism warrant Monday at the home of Adair Dzul. An officer was in...
  • Thousands of Cribs Recalled

    Thousands of Cribs Recalled
    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is...
  • Mullin Automotive Museum

    Gayle Anderson was live in Oxnard at the Mullin Automotive Museum, which is celebrating its' one year anniversary. The Mullin Automotive Museum is a facility that pays homage to art deco and machine age design eras (1918-1941) that produced exquisite...
  • CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL

    Strawberries galore and more are in store when the sweet Southland tradition of the 28th Annual CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL gets underway the weekend of May 21 and 22, 2011 at Strawberry Meadows of College Park in Oxnard. Ranking among the top...
  • Man Arrested in Oxnard Street Racing Crash

    Man Arrested in Oxnard Street Racing Crash
    OXNARD (KTLA) --A man has been arrested in connection with a street racing crash in Oxnard that injured a family of 5 over the weekend, police said. Anthon Chevalier, 33, was arrested over the weekend for participating in street racing, driving under the...
  • Holland Tops List of Healthiest, Happiest Cities in U.S.

    Holland Tops List of Healthiest, Happiest Cities in U.S.
    More than thirty thousand people packed their bags to move out of the state last year, but believe it or not, some people are extremely happy to live in Michigan. In fact, a report on the front page of USA Today shows that holland is one of the happiest...
  • Helpful sites and stores for a home redo

    Helpful sites and stores for a home redo
    The Home staff has culled recommendations from the architects, interior designers and do-it-yourselfers featured in this section to compile this list of resources for anyone planning to remodel, redecorate or otherwise turn his or her home into a work...
  • John S. Broome dies at 91; Ventura County rancher and philanthropist

    John S. Broome dies at 91; Ventura County rancher and philanthropist
    John S. Broome, an Oxnard rancher and philanthropist whose family has owned land in Ventura County since before the turn of the 20th century and who was a major supporter of Cal State Channel Islands, has died. He was 91. Broome, who had a stroke in...
  • Oxnard

    Oxnard
    For the last decade, Oxnard has been trying to shirk its stigma as the place you drive past on the 101 to head to more glamorous destinations such as Santa Barbara. A thriving agricultural area (made famous by its annual California Strawberry Festival...
  • Forecasters stick to dry weather predictions

    Forecasters stick to dry weather predictions
    Forecasters reached a consensus last fall, predicting another extremely dry winter in the Southland. Then came the rains, with the latest scattered showers beginning Monday, driving up rainfall totals to levels meteorologists admit look a lot like . . ....
  • Coping with the deluge

    The storm system that has pounded California since last week was expected to weaken today into a series of sporadic but intense showers, with the possibility of more rain Tuesday night. Emergency preparedness officials, who had geared up for the worst in...