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Nine women competed to be Ms. Senior Conejo Valley. Two will go on to the Ms. Senior California Pageant.
Port of Hueneme maritime workers who use high-tech federal ID cards are voicing frustration about the domestic security program, and the U.S. Government Accountability Office has questions, too.
The event hosted by the Rotary Club of Westlake Village Sunrise drew jazz and wine aficionados to Conejo Creek Park North, where there was music, samples from 19 wineries, wine merchants, breweries and 20 restaurants and catering companies.
The Santa Paula City Council will make numerous appointments to boards.
Oxnard’s National Weather Service will run a beach hazards statement about hazards such as rip currents, large waves, excessive heat, lightning and flooding.
The railway’s vintage trains draw about 50,000 to 70,000 visitors a year, helping to provide cash-strapped Fillmore with sales tax dollars.
More than 1,000 Ventura County kids will miss out on a field trip to the Faulkner Farm pumpkin patch this October, after the University of California opted to take over a popular Rotary Club of Santa Paula program.
Simi Valley police are investigating what appeared to be a gang related fight that left one person stabbed Saturday, officials said.
A Leisure Village resident celebrated her 100th birthday this month with a party and exhibit of her paintings at the Camarillo Art Center, where she is an active member.
Ventura County firefighters were working on extinguishing a tree blaze in Simi Valley this afternoon, officials said.
One man was arrested and two others escaped Sunday after leading authorities on a high speed pursuit through Santa Barbara County and Ventura, officials said.
A Ventura man was arrested Saturday after he allegedly threatened to harm a parking attendant after his vehicle was towed from a parking structure, officials said.
Food—specifically strawberries — took center stage at the 30th California Strawberry Festival.
Within view of the hillside charred by the Springs Fire earlier this month, more than 1,440 CSU Channel Islands students received degrees Saturday in twin ceremonies that honored the firefighters alongside the graduates.
How crews went to the line of fire to save Laguna Peak, a critical Navy installation, from the Springs Fire.
About 120 junior paleontologists descended onto Thousand Oaks as the Conejo Recreation and Park District hosted its third annual Dino Dig.
Selected by their peers, the best law enforcement officers from agencies across Ventura County were honored Friday by the Ventura Kiwanis during the 46th annual Law Day at the Four Points by Sheraton Hotel in Ventura.
More than 700 traditional undergraduate and adult degree evening program students representing 21 countries and 21 U.S. states were eligible to participate in CLU's 50th undergraduate commencement ceremony.
The site of a 1956 midair collision that killed 128 passengers, including a Camarillo woman and her infant son, is being nominated for national historic landmark status.
"Legal Information for Elders," a free workshop designed to bring awareness to seniors and their families about preparing legal documents before a crisis, will be offered May 20 at the Moorpark Active Adult Center.