Basil Paterson, who helped build Harlem into a force in New York City's political life and whose son became the first black governor of New York, has died. He was 87 years old.
About 100 students from Agoura High School's Regional Occupational Program were treated to a presentation of inspiration and empowerment by James David Power III, founder of J.D. Power and Associates.
Gourmet versions of favorite childhood dishes will be served during an April 28 fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme.
The city of Ventura has partnered with a nonprofit group to offer deals on solar panels to homeowners in Ventura and surrounding unincorporated areas.
The Ventura County Community Foundation will honor people who have made a difference in Ventura County when it hands out its Community Leadership Awards.
In week two of the Corporate Games, Naval Base Ventura County leads among the largest employers. In Division B, Oxnard police are in the top spot, and in Division C, Northrop Grumman and Calavo are tied. For the smallest companies, Aerotek is first.
Infection from salmonella bacteria, the most common form of food poisoning in the U.S., declined last year, but the overall rate of foodborne illness is holding stubbornly steady despite new measures.
Navy officials said Thursday they are suspending public visits to San Miguel Island off the local coast due to safety concerns.
A grand opening celebration of Simi Valley Missing Pets' new adoption center will be held on Saturday, and will include many of the dogs recently rescued by the group from the Mojave Desert.
Regulations drafted to prevent a repeat of last year's attack on California substation are too loose to stop saboteurs, critics say.
A reservoir in Portland, Ore., that is part of a system providing treated water for 900,000 people will be drained because a man is accused of urinating into it, despite tests showing the water is still safe to drink.
People have camped since Tuesday hoping to apply for affordable apartments Saturday morning. The line for the future Wagon Wheel units held more than 50 Thursday morning outside Cabrillo Economic Development Corp.'s Ventura office.
National Park Service officials announced Thursday that test results have confirmed the Griffith Park mountain lion has been exposed to rat poison and is suffering from mange.
A report by financial regulators released Thursday said expiration of a federal program providing a backstop for private terrorism insurance would make the policies more expensive and harder to obtain.
The College of Charleston has been threatened with a budget cut after providing all incoming students for 2013-14 with a copy of Alison Bechdel’s memoir, “Fun Home.”
With a runway closed for repaving, Newark's airport is expected to be down from three to two runways until May 31. But when visibility worsens, or winds gust, the shorter runway is closed—leaving the airport with just one runway.
The board approved several contracts involving the building of a new Somis School.