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Rio Mesa High celebrates a colorful 57th annual commencement

Rio Mesa High School celebrated its 57th annual commencement on Wednesday with mariachis and ballet folklorico.       .. read more »

Volunteers keep things going: Simi Valley Community Council honors 17 from area nonprofits

Volunteers from the Simi Valley will get their chance to shine Saturday when the Simi Valley Community Council recognizes their hard work.       .. read more »

$43M Ventura County plan would convert empty Oxnard site to homeless apartment complex

A $43 million plan to convert a vacant Oxnard building into apartments for homeless people and beds for discharged patients moved forward Tuesday.       .. read more »

Pacifica High School in Oxnard cheers on class of 2023

About 670 seniors graduated from Pacifica High School in Oxnard Tuesday night.       .. read more »

Channel Islands High celebrates its 2023 commencement

About 600 seniors at Channel Islands High celebrated their commencement Tuesday afternoon in Oxnard.       .. read more »

Oxnard man acquitted of murder after juror removed for misconduct

A jury deadlocked over the verdict in a homicide case gets a new member and finds the defendant not guilty.       .. read more »

Former Elks Lodge in downtown Ventura to become Hotel San Buena

The transformation of the former Elks Lodge in downtown Ventura to the swanky Hotel San Buena is nearly complete.       .. read more »

Spelling s-u-c-c-e-s-s: Camarillo eighth-grader shines at national bee

A Camarillo eighth-grader placed eighth in the Scripps National Spelling, one of the highest Ventura County finishes ever.       .. read more »

Hiker found dead in backcountry near Santa Paula

A hiker who was approximately 50 years old was discovered dead Sunday in a popular recreation area near Santa Paula.      .. read more »

The Woolsey Fire leveled much of this Western Town. Now, rebuilding will start

In 2018, the Woolsey Fire burned through buildings used for decades in movies and television. Now, the National Park Service is ready to rebuild.       .. read more »

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