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New California bill could eliminate speed limit on I-5, Highway 99

A new bill proposed by a Southern California senator could eliminate the speed limit on lanes of Interstate-5 and Highway 99. Senator John Moorlach (R-Orange County) introduced the bill Feb. 15. It proposes the construction of two additional northbound and southbound lanes to I-5 and Highway 99 and


Federal tax changes could be why California’s budget is more than $2 billion below projections

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s hopes for a record-setting tax revenue windfall this year could depend on whether California’s wealthiest residents are simply waiting until the last moment to pay up — a reaction to the 2017 federal tax changes championed by President Trump.


Former Dodger Manny Machado Agrees to $300M, 10-Year Deal With Padres

A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that All-Star infielder Manny Machado has agreed to a $300 million, 10-year deal with the rebuilding San Diego Padres, the biggest contract ever for a free agent.


How local pet shelters keep animals warm during winter nights

CAMARILLO, Calif. - With more chilly nights expected up and down the coast, animal shelters are doing all they can to help keep the animals warm. As many animals wait for a loving home, the Ventura County Animal shelter is doing what they can to keep these furry guys warm during the cold winter nigh


Gov. Newsom talks housing with California mayors, ‘can’t promise’ not to sue another city

Since his swearing in just over a month ago, Gov. Gavin Newsom has made no secret of his intent to buckle down on California’s housing crisis. He has already sued Huntington Beach for its alleged failure to build enough affordable housing. But the governor isn’t pursuing a purely combative approach


Walters: Has Newsom become Governor Gaslight?

“Gaslight” was a 1938 British play, set in the 1880s, about a man who manipulates his wife into believing she is going insane to suppress her suspicions about crimes he is committing.


Driver trapped in car rescued after rollover on Highway 126

VENTURA, Calif. - Ventura County firefighters say they rescued a driver who became trapped inside a car that rolled off the 126 freeway in Ventura Monday morning. Firefighters were called to the incident east of Well road at 5:26 a.m.


California family has emotional reunion with dog 101 days after being separated in Camp Fire

A dog who jumped out of a truck as his family fled from the devastating Camp Fire in Northern California was reportedly reunited with his owners Monday, 101 days after running for his life.


Could this new bill help solve California’s housing crisis? New study suggests otherwise

It’s often held up as a key strategy for solving California’s housing crisis: increase the supply of cheaper housing by encouraging more dense construction near transit centers.


Bacteria Levels High at South Coast Beaches

Unhealthy levels of bacteria were found at several beaches in Santa Barbara County, notably Carpinteria’s city beach and Santa Barbara’s East and Arroyo Burro beaches. Warnings have been posted, mostly due to higher-than-state-standards for intestinal flora of unknown animal origin, which is a usual


Cold war in the Sierra Nevada: Marines train for winter operations

Hunkered down behind a wall of snow, two U.S. Marines melt slush to make drinking water after spending the night digging out a defensive position high in the Sierra Nevada. Their laminated targeting map is wedged into the ice just below the machine gun.


Deckers to Close in Camarillo With 99 Jobs Lost–Another Sign of California Recession?

In the same issue of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal showing 99 jobs lost at Deckers, you also have Bank of America killing 120 jobs in Simi Valley and PayLess closing six stores in Ventura County. Jerry Brown said California has entered a recession. San Fran and L.A. have had homes sales d


Dodgers Mourn Passing Of All-Time Pitching Great Don Newcombe

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Don Newcombe, the Cy Young Award-winning pitcher considered one of the all-time Dodger greats, has died at age 92, the team announced Monday. Newcombe pitched for 10 seasons, mostly for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers. He won both the Cy Young and National League Most Valu


Hundreds show up for 'fake national emergency' protest in Ventura

VENTURA, Calif. - Hundreds of “fake national emergency” protests took place around the country on Monday, including one in the city of Ventura. Nearly 200 people crowded the side walks outside the government center in Ventura on President's Day. Many holding signs and flags protesting against Presid


Exhibit honoring the late writer Michele Serros opens at Cal State University, Channel Islands

CAMARILLO, Calif. - Oxnard-born poet and writer Michele Serros left some of her prized possession to California State University, Channel Islands. They went on display on Valentine's Day, her favorite holiday.


Bye, Bye Big Gulp; California Tries To Ban Cups That Hold More Than 16 Fluid Ounces

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The days of the Big Gulp and other large soda cups may be done soon in California. A new bill would ban retailers from selling or giving away cups with removable lids that can hold more than 16 fluid ounces. Many times these cups are used for fountain soda or frozen sugary drink


Newsom Meets With Local Mayors About Affordable Housing

Gov. Gavin Newsom met with a group of Southern California mayors Tuesday, stressing the need for cooperation between the state and local jurisdictions to address what he called the state's growing housing-affordability crisis.


Southeast Ventura County YMCA's Annual Support Campaign Underway

This post was contributed by a community member. The Southeast Ventura County YMCA kicked off its annual fundraising campaign with a goal of collecting $466,300 between now and March 14. Funds raised during the campaign provide financial assistance to low-income individuals and families who cannot a


Chilly Temperatures Continue To Grip Southern California

THOUSAND OAKS (CBSLA) — Freezing temperatures continue to flummox Southern Californians Tuesday. A region known for warm temperatures year round is grappling with an actual winter this year, with storm after storm dumping a record amount of rain and bringing several consecutive days of freezing nigh


Rosanne Cash Takes On The NRA And Gun Culture

Rosanne Cash has spoken out against the National Rifle Association and in favor of gun control in the past, making her case on Twitter and in the pages of The New York Times. Now she's doing it with music.