New cars and trucks are stacked up at U.S. factories as auto makers and railroads struggle to overcome delays brought on by winter weather and the rise of production outside the U.S. Midwest.
VThe movement against genetically modified crops scored a signal victory Wednesday, as the Vermont legislature passed a bill that would make it the first state to require food makers to label products made with the technology.
People can dispose of unused medication at locations across Ventura County on Saturday as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
Shari Cooper will be working to get Thousand Oaks residents engaged in their civic government.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal signed into law a far-reaching bill expanding gun owners' rights, marking a high-profile win for the gun-rights movement.
Poland welcomed a company of some 150 U.S. infantry troops on its territory and said more forces could be deployed quickly if needed as it believed neighboring Russia was moving fast to carve up Ukraine.
In a landmark obscenity case, Professor Hoggart stepped up to defend an explicit novel that was censored in Britain for more than three decades.
Ojai council learns crime rate drops to 20-year low; officials OK building height limits, water-use rules
The most prevalent crime in the area, property theft, has dropped from 39.61 per 1,000 people in 1992 to 13.91 per 1,000 people in 2013.
New York's famed Tavern on the Green, long known more for its Central Park setting than the quality of its food, is reopening in a more intimate space that could hold more appeal for local residents.
In honor of Earth Day Tuesday, a sculpture of recycled materials was unveiled at Stronghold School Systems's headquarters in Ventura.
Attorney General Eric Holder sided Wednesday with Justice Sonia Sotomayor's strong dissent to the decision to allow Michigan to end affirmative action at its public universities.
Last year, the city councils in Fillmore and Santa Paula, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors and the Ventura County Transportation Commission agreed to form a new agency, Heritage Valley Transit Service, to oversee transit in the valley.
An Army general has been forced to retire after an inquiry found that he failed to properly investigate repeated allegations of sexual assault, officials said.
The Supreme Court upheld Michigan's decision to end affirmative action at its public universities in a 6-2 ruling, but the justices were divided in their reasoning, suggesting continued uncertainty over the issue of racial preferences.
Organizers of an effort to phase out pensions for county government workers plan to file petitions of voter signatures Wednesday.
Ventura schools and the city are squaring off over who should build a community pool in a neighborhood that lacks one.