Ventura County Fusion hosts amateur club PSA Elite in the third round of the U.S. Open Cup Wednesday night at the Ventura College Sportsplex. The winner advances to play Major League Soccer champion Los Angeles Galaxy next month
The decisive moment arrived so quickly that it was easy to overlook until the ball was in the back of the net.
The nonprofit that runs the Fillmore Senior Center is suing the city to stop the city’s plan to take over the center once the nonprofit’s lease expires in July.
Two federal agencies issued an order Wednesday to ensure that Plains All American Pipeline finishes the cleanup of what they call the largest coastal oil spill in California in 25 years.
On California Thursdays, students eat foods that have been procured in the state.
Mesa students learn math, science, history and engineering as they build castles in class.
Frustrated by what she considers to be the repeated failure of California’s oil and gas regulatory agency to prevent the potential pollution of drinking water with contaminated oil-drilling discharges, Sen. Fran Pavley has set up a budget battle with the Brown administration over the issue.
The Oxnard City Council heard presentations -- though few specifics -- on potential impacts of 5 to 15 percent cuts to police, fire and other departments Tuesday. Another informational session will be held Thursday before formal hearings next month.
After 10 months of study and deliberation, a special committee voted Wednesday to recommend that Ventura County adopt Laura’s Law, which would allow for involuntary outpatient treatment for mentally ill people.
A helicopter dubbed the “Big Dawg” whirled above Pacific Coast Highway pulling heavy, steel netting panel by panel to climbers waiting on a rocky hillside.
Area groups and organizations have a number of events scheduled in coming days.
The city of Ventura, sued by Santa Barbara Channelkeeper, has filed cross-complaints against several other entities that draw water from the Ventura River.
Kathy Elliott, who teaches English and art at Pacific High in Ventura, was named Ventura County's Teacher of the Year Wednesday.
The Brooks Institute, a photography and film school in Ventura, has been sold amid a restructuring by the struggling public company that’s owned it for the last 16 years.