Keith Akins, of Ventura, dressed up as the Easter Bunny and visited Ventura parks with his wife.
The University of California system has admitted more Hispanics than whites for the first time, reflecting demographic shifts in the country's largest state.
West Virginia's secretary of state is expected to face off with a longtime GOP congresswoman in the race to fill the seat of retiring Sen. Jay Rockefeller.
The Amgen Tour of California is five weeks away from rolling into Thousand Oaks, and local organizers are looking for volunteers.
Firefighters responded to a trash can fire Sunday in Camarillo, officials said.
Worshippers gathered at Lake Casitas for an Easter sunrise service.
On Saturday and Sunday, Channel Islands Maritime Museum will host Brit Weekend at the harbor. The event is linked to the BritWeek series in Los Angeles.
When someone opened the door of a Rincon Parkway home, a small, skinny sea lion pup shuffled in, finding a table and curling up underneath it.
Mortgage lenders are beginning to ease the restrictive lending standards enacted after the housing boom turned to bust, a sign of their rising confidence in the housing market.
Crews responded to a car crash Sunday in Ventura, officials said.
A close-up look at Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and his history illuminates his political life's fundamental dichotomy: Many Republican lawmakers mistrust him, but many conservatives elsewhere worship him.
Federal officials are considering spending more than $1 billion of the remaining $3.6 billion of rebuilding aid on disasters other than superstorm Sandy.
Authorities released the names of two men killed Saturday in different crash related incidents, officials said.
Essay: 'The Divine Comedy' is not just a classic of world literature. It's the most astonishing self-help book ever written. Rod Dreher on how the 700-year-old poem gave him hope.
Four years after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, some states have started using fines paid by BP and its partners to clean up inland water pollution.
Easter weekend turned tragic for three people who died in separate Ventura County traffic accidents, two in Oxnard and one near Lake Piru.
Documenting the Zhou family investment tree to assess the vast wealth accumulated by the family of the former national security chief, who also ran the giant China National Petroleum Corp.