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Chino Hills repair work could take 3 weeks following water line break
Repair crews were in a Chino Hills neighborhood Monday morning, March 18, working to repair the buckled and crumbling roads left damaged by a broken water line. The small water line failed Sunday in the 1700 block of Rancho Hills Drive — between the 16-inch main water line and a fire hydrant — causi
Media boom: Salem expands again, buys PJ Media
In a move that broadens its conservative influence even further, Salem Media Group has acquired PJ Media, bulking up its already diverse TownHall Media digital empire. A key executive said that the Camarillo, Calif., company will add PJ Media to its stable that includes Townhall, HotAir, RedState, T
SMPD Seek Public Assistance in E-Scooter Hit and Run Fatality
The Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) is seeking the public’s. assistance with any information related to a Fatal Hit & Run traffic collision. On March 15, 2019 at about 8:30 p.m., SMPD Officers responded to a radio call for service at the 2700 block of 3rd Street regarding a Hit and Run Traffic
DAs oppose new law in juvenile justice
New California legislation affecting how juvenile criminals are handled is being challenged in court by district attorneys throughout the state as unconstitutional and a threat to public safety .
United Way of Ventura County Celebrates AmeriCorps Week
Three newly trained volunteers serving in Ventura County. United Way of Ventura County (UWVC) has joined Americans across the country to celebrate AmeriCorps members and the valuable contributions they make each year.
Scooter rider dies in Ocean Park hit and run
A man riding an electric scooter died after being struck by a vehicle Friday night in Ocean Park. The man, 41, was riding a personally owned electric scooter – a City Hopper, manufactured by Bike Rassine – south on 3rd Street between Hill Street and Ashland Avenue after 8 p.m. when he fell onto the
Longstanding Sherman Oaks newsstand re-opens with new business model but not much news
When Tarzana resident Dana Belle bought the Sherman Oaks Newsstand three years ago – a 90-foot-long booth selling an array of local and international magazines, periodicals and newspapers – she didn’t pay much mind to the imperiled nature of the print journalism industry.
CCSF Rams fall short in championship, loose to Fullerton 85-79
After a stellar season, City College could not prevail against a tough Fullerton College team in the CCCAA state championship in Ventura. In a game marked by 66 personal fouls, the Rams struggled from the field and the free throw line, losing their bid to repeat as state champions, 85-79.