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Dave Guenther out as girls basketball coach at Buena High School

The Ventura Unified School District confirmed Tuesday that Dave Guenther is no longer coaching the girls varsity basketball team at Buena High School.        .. read more »

Ventura County officials say if Proposition 6 passes, Rice Avenue bridge plan collapses

Proposition 6 would repeal Road Repair and Accountability Act, funded by increased gas taxes; the measure's backers say Californians are overtaxed.        .. read more »

What you need to know about Prop 6

If approved by voters, Prop 6 will end funding for a crucial Rice Avenue bridge in Oxnard and other local transportation projects.        .. read more »

Voyagers navigate rough seas from Hawaii in a canoe, found connection on Channel Islands

A crew with the Polynesian Voyaging Society sailed into Ventura and found a connection to their home 2,800 miles away.        .. read more »

Ventura psychiatric hospital damaged in Thomas Fire reopens

Nearly 11 months after the Thomas Fire destroyed two of the five buildings at Vista del Mar hospital, the psychiatric hospital reopened Monday.        .. read more »

Fire-closed psych hospital reopens

Vista del Mar psychiatric hospital reopened 27 beds Tuesday. It was closed nearly 11 months ago by the Thomas Fire.        .. read more »

Nearly 11 months after Thomas Fire, Vista del Mar reopens

Vista del Mar Hospital in Ventura reopened Tuesday.        .. read more »

Backers call for investigation into animal regulation director's exit

Backers of Tara Diller appeared before the Board of Supervisors Tuesday and asked for a probe into her sudden departure.        .. read more »

Supervisors get an earful from animal advocates after county parts ways with director

Mary Saputo, president of the Canine Adoption and Rescue League, wants an investigation into the apparent firing of Tara Diller of animal services.        .. read more »

What Ventura County's 100 percent renewable energy rate may cost you

By next year, a majority of Ventura city and unincorporated county energy consumers may get 100 percent renewable energy and pay 9 percent more.        .. read more »

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