Ventura County Star - Happening Now
Technology columnist Bill Husted tells a reader that a variety things could be causing his computer problem.
A couple of area business groups have events planned.
A fashion stylist who splits her time between Thousand Oaks and Los Angeles cooks her way onto the sixth season of "MasterChef" on Fox and gets some words of advice from Adrien Nieto, the former Ventura County restaurant server who took second place on the show in 2011. PLUS: Stir opens at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, what's up with Sushi Teri in Camarillo, and Duff Goldman's plans for the Casa Pacifica Angels Wine, Food & Brew Festival.
The mother of a Simi Valley toddler whose battle with cancer garnered national attention is fighting to get an Instagram account she created about her daughter’s ordeal restored.
The Ventura County Watershed Protection Agency invites the public to help pick names for two Oxnard area drains.
CARY, N.C. (AP) - Dawn Silsbee and her siblings never knew their Uncle Bert - he died years before they were born. But they saw what his loss did to their family.
Workers are finishing up landscaping and other final touches on Erbes Road in Thousand Oaks so that this week, the street-widening project that was supposed to be finished a year ago will finally be complete.
Three days off! There's no reason not to get outside. Help farm workers. Check out a new farmers market. There's plenty to do!
What's happening on the roads right now? Check traffic conditions now.
Multiple vehicles hit a bear on Highway 126 Friday night in Santa Paula, officials said.
Max Friz smacked a two-out, run-scoring single in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Moorpark High baseball team a thrilling, extra-inning win over La Mirada in a CIF-Southern Section Division 2 first-round game Friday at Moorpark.
All it took was all he had. “I saw the ball and took off sprinting, as fast as I could, for 20 yards,” said Oxnard High junior right fielder Stephen Kish. “Then I jumped, as high as I could, and the ball landed in my glove. I got up on my feet as soon as I could and got the ball back in to the second baseman.”
Seniors at La Reina celebrate the diversity of the Catholic high school's largest class.
The Rigneys of Ventura make it to Galapagos, where they set up a Skype connection between a local school and Cabrillo Middle School.
A local Buddhist center offers teen classes to help students learn meditation, patience and other coping skills.