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  • FBI serves search warrants at Oxnard City Hall

     
    The FBI and Ventura County district attorney's office served search warrants at Oxnard City Hall on Friday and interviewed numerous city officials. Neither agency would describe the subject of the investigation. But the Ventura County Star reported that...
  • Mystery over D.A. investigation into Oxnard city affairs

     
    Oxnard officials Monday said they were still trying to piece together exactly what led to a raid of city offices by FBI agents and investigators from the Ventura County district attorney’s office. In a search of Oxnard City Hall that......
  • Oxnard City Hall raided by federal, local agents over possible misuse of public money

     
    A raid of Oxnard City Hall by FBI agents and Ventura County investigators concerns the potential misuse of public money involving city contracts, said Dist. Atty. Gregory Totten. The probe does not involve the inflated salaries and pension-spiking...
  • Jurors in fatal shooting of gay teenager at Oxnard school will be drawn from Santa Barbara County

     
    Intense news coverage in Ventura County about the shooting death of gay teenager Lawrence “Larry” King prompted a judge Monday to order that the jurors be drawn from neighboring Santa Barbara County. Superior Court Judge Charles Campbell agreed with...
  • Wife of Slain Olympian to Face Murder Charge

    Wife of Slain Olympian to Face Murder Charge
    OXNARD -- Murder and firearms charges are expected to be filed against the widow of an Olympic shot put medalist who was gunned down in his back yard. Jane Laut was arrested Saturday by Oxnard police and is being held on $3 million bail. The 52-year-old...
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  • Start-up Miwok Airways offers a way to beat traffic with short-hop air service

    Start-up Miwok Airways offers a way to beat traffic with short-hop air service
    With airlines cutting back on flights and losing money by the billions, it may not seem like the right time to be starting one. But a former dot-com entrepreneur believes some traffic-weary Southern Californians are ready for a new way to get around. A...
  • Calendar: Events from September to October 2008

    OXNARD Latino Heritage Month When, where: Now to Oct. 15, throughout Oxnard Highlights: Art exhibits and open galleries featuring Latino artists, food and wine tastings, a Latino film festival and concerts Cost: Most events free; screenings cost $9....
  • Rebate check is not in the mail

    Let's say you're shopping for a new cellphone. Let's say that, like me, you thought it'd be kind of cool to own one of those sleek Razr handsets. So let's say you go to T-Mobile's website and there it is, for the nifty price of $49.99. But wait. Clicking...
  • Care for crab or fresh dates? Food festivals around California in 2008

    THROUGH FEB. 10 HOLTVILLE 61st Carrot Festival The root-vegetable celebration brings out amateur chefs and duffers with cookery contests for kids and adults, plus a golf tournament, a parade and midway. A low-key, family vibe prevails at the Feb. 10...
  • Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Murder of Gay Classmate

    Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Murder of Gay Classmate
    VENTURA -- A 15-year-old boy charged with the murder of a gay student in an Oxnard classroom has pleaded not guilty to the crime. Brandon McInerney pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and other charges Thursday in the February 2008 shooting of...
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