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Mud, Rock Slides Close Down Roads In Malibu, Ventura County
MALIBU (CBSLA) — Heavy rain is bringing mud, rocks and boulders down from fire-scorched hillsides throughout Malibu and the Ventura County area Thursday. Decker Canyon Road in Malibu has been closed all week, but overnight debris flows and mud slides shut down more of the canyon roads that thread th
Flash Flood Warning issued for parts of Ventura County
VENTURA COUNTY, Calif. - The National Weather Service issued a FLASH FLOOD WARNING for Thomas Fire burn areas in Northwestern Ventura County Thursday morning. The warning went into effect at 3:46 a.m. PST after Doppler radar indicated heavy rain.
Rain floods Ventura RV park, prompts evacuation
VENTURA, Calif. (KABC) -- Continuous rain doused Ventura County and flooded an RV park near the Ventura River on Thursday. The National Weather Service issued a flood warning for the rain-swollen Ventura River around 8:30 a.m.
Hop aboard special train to L.A.
The Ventura County Transortation Commission will offer a special round-trip train service Sat., Jan. 19 between the Moorpark Metrolink station and Los Angeles Union Station. Due to the anticipated large crowds attending the third annual Women’s March LA and other Los Angeles destinations that day, V
Historic tall ship to dock in Ventura County
The tall ship Hawaiian Chieftain will visit Channel Islands Harbor, 3900 Bluefin Circle, from Jan. 30 through Feb. 11. While in town, the tall ship will offer educational programs, vessel tours and sailing trips for the public and by private charter.
Ventura River swelling, causing flooding in Ventura & Ojai
VENTURA, Calif. - Flooding is being reported throughout Ventura County after Thursday mornings significant storm. The National Weather Service says six to seven inches of rain in the Mountains of eastern Santa Barbara County and western Ventura County is making it's way downhill and rapidly increasi
Workforce Development Board/Ventura County Names Executive Dir.
The Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Ventura County has named Rebecca Evans as its executive director. Before joining the WDB, Evans was a senior manager for the Human Services Agency within the County of Ventura.
Camper Rescued from Mount Pinos During Snow Storm
Date & Time: 01/14/2019 1630 hours. Unit(s) Responsible: Lockwood Deputies, Ventura County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue Fillmore Team, Kern County Search and Rescue. On Sunday (1/13/19), Ladouceur arrived at the Chula Vista Campground located near the summit of Mount Pinos. She parked in the parking
Daily News Owner Bids for Ventura County Star Publisher
Hedge fund-backed media company MNG Enterprises Inc., which owns the Los Angeles Daily News, has made an unsolicited bid for Ventura County Star publisher Gannett Co. MNG offered to acquire the publicly traded newspaper group – which owns USA Today and nearly two hundred local newspapers across the
Wild freeway chase ends with man shot to death
First the rain, then a car chase that ended with an officer-involved shooting: Last Saturday was not the time to be on the 101 Freeway. A pursuit that began the morning of Jan. 12 in Camarillo with a domestic violence call came to a violent conclusion at around 12:30 p.m. on the southbound freeway j
WDB/Ventura County Regional & Local Plans Discussed at Town Hall
This post was contributed by a community member. Plans to increase workforce development in Ventura County through 2021 will be discussed at a Town Hall meeting on January 31, 2019. The plans, one regional and one local, were originally created in 2017 by the Workforce Development Board of Ventura C
Tens of Thousands of Patients in Ventura County May Have Gotten Ineffective Immunizations
Ventura County health officials are urging patients who may have gotten ineffective immunizations to get re-vaccinated after previous batches of vaccines were stored at the wrong temperatures and may not work.
College of the Canyons on lockdown after reports of woman with rifle on campus
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. - Reports of a woman with a rifle at the College of the Canyons - Valencia campus prompted the school to go on lockdown. About 2,000 students and 200 faculty members were told to shelter in place.
Southern California winter storm douses region with last day of heavy rain before skies clear
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The heavy rain and danger of flooding is continuing across Southern California Thursday as the last of this week's storms wallops the region. Thursday will likely see 2-3 inches of rain in some areas, with flooding and mudslides possible in areas impacted by recent wildfires.
Dave & Buster’s targets March 4 opening
Dave & Buster’s has announced it will open its much anticipated Thousand Oaks location March 4 on Hillcrest Drive. Managers are in the process of hiring over 230 employees including bartenders, servers, hosts, cooks and game techs to staff the 40,000 square-foot restaurant. The arcade-themed America
This Week in Local Sports
San Marcos at Santa Barbara, 7 p.m. Dos Pueblos at Cabrillo, 7 p.m. Carpinteria at Hueneme, 7 p.m. Dos Pueblos at Cabrillo, 3:15 p.m. Cabrillo at Dos Pueblos, Girsh Park, 2 p.m.
Rams have big tent at the ready as heavy rains threaten their practice routine
THOUSAND OAKS – The Rams did not take to the streets Thursday afternoon. Heavy rain made that a possibility. Concerns about the weather and practice-field conditions led the Rams to construct a giant party-style tent in a parking lot adjacent to their headquarters at Cal Lutheran.
Suspected DUI driver arrested after crashing into Port Hueneme canal
PORT HUENEME, Calif. (KABC) -- Crews scrambled to pull a crashed truck from a Port Hueneme canal before the next Southern California storm filled it with water. A 23-year-old suspected drunk driver was arrested with a blood-alcohol level nearly three times above the legal limit after crashing into t
Fallen tree knocks down power lines in Ojai
Some power lines were reported down Thursday morning in Ventura County amid a storm. FOX 11's Zohreen Adamjee reports.
Salvador Cortes Duran Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Drug Arrests
Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce E. Dudley has announced that on Jan. 8, Salvador Cortes Duran, 56, was sentenced to nine years in state prison. The sentence was the result of a plea relating to his sale of heroin, possession of heroin for sale, and possession of several handguns.