Ventura County Star - Happening Now
A panel of volunteer jurors who review government operations in Ventura County is accepting applications for new members.
Ventura police announced this week they will be working with an organization to train officers to recognize and investigate human-trafficking crimes in Ventura County.
Moorpark is moving ahead on a project to remove diseased trees and install drought-tolerant landscaping along a section of Tierra Rejada Road.
The citrus orchards of Limoneira Co. in Santa Paula were the setting for a winter-busting launch party for Shock Top Lemon Shandy.
A long anticipated El Nino has finally arrived. But for drought-struck California, it's too little, too late, meteorologists say.
Do you know what the most frequent NCAA tournament matchup is? Or the number of wins vacated due to rules violations? You will now.
The most famous entry in Ventura's St. Patrick's Day Parade is missing.
Ringling Bros. circus will stop using elephants by 2018. Here are some of the company's recent animal rights controversies.
Santa Barbara County health officials say there have been five confirmed cases of chickenpox and one case of shingles associated with a school.
The former Carrows Restaurant location in Santa Paula will reopen Sunday as Denny's.
Five Simi Valley administrators will be at new schools next year.
Developers are moving ahead with plans for a housing tract on a 20-acre vacant lot in north Oxnard used for parking, viewing and concessions when the Cowboys train here. But school officials are simultaneously eyeing the spot for a new campus. The Cowboys, meanwhile, say they'll be back in 2015.
The question, for all practical purposes, is no longer whether Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took part in the Boston Marathon bombing. It's whether he deserves to die for it.
Simi Valley has $150,000 available for nonprofit groups to use for new or ongoing projects.
Movegreen, an environmentally conscious residential and commercial moving company founded in Santa Barbara, is expanding into Ventura County.
AutoZone is challenging a nearly $186 million damage award a San Diego jury handed to a woman who claimed she was wrongly fired after becoming pregnant.
A remote camera captures photos of mountain lion and her two nearly grown kittens.
Build and fly a kite — and meet Mary Poppins to boot — during an afternoon of music, food and fun Sunday outside the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.