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Ventura (Ventura, California)

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  • Football: Late game for Oaks Christian

     
    There's good news and bad news to report for Oaks Christian football fans. The good news is that Oaks Christian's opening game against Wash. Bellevue in the Mission Viejo High School Football Classic on Saturday, Sept. 3 will be the......
  • Rare June storm could bring rain to L.A. on Sunday

     
    A rare, unseasonably strong June storm sweeping over Northern and Central California could lead to a 20% chance of rain in Los Angeles on Sunday, the National Weather Service said. The southern edge of the storm is expected to head......
  • Endangered turtles haven is tucked into Ventura County foothills

     
    Somewhere in the foothills of Ventura County, in paddocks and aquariums protected by surveillance cameras and electric wire, Okinawa leaf turtles feast on silkworms and mulberries in a temperature-controlled greenhouse. Nest-building Burmese black...
  • Train kills man lying on tracks in Ventura

     
    Authorities say a 20-year-old man who witnesses say was lying on the tracks was killed by a freight train in Ventura. Ventura police say in a statement that the man was killed Sunday by a Union Pacific train. The train's......
  • California Senate votes to ban foam takeout containers

     
    Sandwiches, milkshakes and other food items frequently packaged in foam takeout containers will have to be packaged in other materials under a bill that cleared the state Senate on Thursday. SB 568 by Sen. Alan Lowenthal (D-Long Beach) would prohibit........
  • Latino gang in Azusa harassed, attacked, intimidated blacks for nearly two decades, indictment says

     
    Court documents unsealed Tuesday provide graphic examples of what U.S. prosecutors say is a 20-year campaign by a Latino street gang to attack and intimidate blacks in the city of Azusa. The documents were released after a federal grand jury......
  • Newhall Ranch developers must not harm California condors, feds say.

     
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday said it would not tolerate the harm or killing of an endangered California condor during construction of a proposed Newhall Ranch community of 60,000 residents along the Santa Clara River. In a......
  • Monster Mash: Union files grievance for Julie Taymor against 'Spider-Man'; Libbey Bowl architect dies

     
    'Spider-man' hit with union claim regarding Julie Taymor pay...
  • 3.6 earthquake in Channel Islands area felt in Ventura County, Westside

     
    A magnitude-3.6 earthquake that shook the Channel Islands area in the Pacific Ocean was felt 30 miles away in Ventura County and the Westside of Los Angeles, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake occurred about 1:17 a.m. Saturday, and......
  • Rare plant, Franciscan Manzanita, subject of federal lawsuit in San Francisco

     
    Federal officials failed to protect a native San Francisco plant that was rediscovered near the Golden Gate Bridge after experts believed it had been extinct for decades, an environmental group claims in a lawsuit. The Wild Equity Institute said in......
  • On Location: One of Hollywood's oldest studios gives birth to a new soundstage

     
    A clutch of city officials and film industry promoters gathered Monday morning on the same lot in East Hollywood where Mary Pickford once worked to celebrate a rare occurrence: the opening of a new soundstage in Los Angeles. Hollywood-based Occidental.......
  • California farmers paid to protect tricolored blackbirds

     
    Paying three farmers to delay harvesting their fields through the nesting season resulted in the protection of an estimated 50,000 tricolored blackbirds in Riverside County and Central California, where the species’ population has plummeted in...