A large group of candidates this year are banking on their famous families to boost their recognition and reinforce the message that they are allied more with their home states than with their political parties.
The seventh annual Stop Human Trafficking march and event in Oxnard addressed the problem of the sex trade and its impact on the girls and women affected by it. The event was hosted by local chapters of Soroptimist International.
Many buildings around the country facing an uncertain future due to dwindling preservation funding from the federal and state governments.
Clerk-recorder and assessor to face opposition in June.
Ventura police said they arrested a Camarillo 17-year-old in connection with the robbery of a skateboarder.
A Mayan-themed play area called Tiempo Magico opened at Ventura's Pacific View mall in recent weeks. After recent rain, the play area allowed parents to let their children enjoy space without the mud.
This month, members of Club Camarillo made St. Patrick's Day shamrocks to give to homebound seniors who have meals delivered.
Outside the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza on Thursday was buzzing with the excitement of about 1,800 third-graders from the Port Hueneme and Conejo Valley school districts.
The son of Ventura County Supervisor Peter Foy was sentenced to six years in prison on charges involving transportation of drugs, money laundering and failure to file income tax.
The Obama administration and two top Republicans eyeing potential White House bids are looking to rework federal assistance for low-wage workers, a rare confluence of aims.
The pipe organ at San Buenaventura Mission is undergoing repairs for the first time in decades. Leaders at the Catholic parish hope the 84-year-old instrument will be ready in time for Easter.
With turnover of administrators, the Pleasant Valley School District board opted to keep the same auding firm its used for more than a decade. The Camarillo district's decision means the auditor will stay on through its 15th year.
A race for a Florida House seat has drawn millions of dollars from the national parties and outside interest groups, all eager to score an early win in 2014.
Bishop Robert Alan Rimbo may be the only spiritual leader trying to rebuild his flock with giant crossword puzzles in the subway and interactive art projects involving dye-filled soap bubbles.
The Border Patrol's chief tells agents to refrain from firing weapons unless their lives are endangered, amid criticism they unnecessarily shot and killed numerous suspects.