AG Sessions Brings Attention To Ventura Child Sex Abuse Suspect Released From Jail Despite ICE HoldAn illegal immigrant wanted on child abuse charges in Ventura County was released from custody despite an ICE hold. He is now at large.
Rape Suspect Dies Of Poison Along 101 Freeway In VenturaAuthorities say the man died from self-inflicted poisoning. The northbound lanes were completely blocked for about an hour.
Workshop For Fire Victims Held In VenturaState Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones and his team held a one-day Q&A for fire victims on Saturday at Ventura College.
Clouds Bringing Big Waves, Little Rain For Area Affected By MudslidesThe National Weather Service predicted Thursday that Montecito could get only a tenth of an inch or less of rain.
Woman Found Stabbed To Death In Angeles National Forest Reported Missing In 2012Raylynn Hernandez suffered multiple stab wounds and appeared to have been dumped off a steep hillside near the Angeles Crest Highway.
Thomas Fire 86% ContainedThe Thomas Fire is now 86% contained and has burned more than 280,000 acres.
One-Stop Center For Fire Victims Opens In VenturaAs KCAL9/CBS2's Dave Lopez reports, a one-stop center for fire victims has opened in Ventura.
Still No End In Sight For Thomas Fire As It Threatens Seaside CommunitiesAt least 921 structures have been destroyed. Just under 100,000 people remain evacuated.
Calmer Winds Allow Crews To Get Strategic While Feverishly Protecting Montecito MansionsThe fifth largest fire in California history has destroyed nearly 800 structures and still threatens 18,000 homes.
'We Just Need To Get Your Kids To School,' Says Ventura Superintendent Ahead Of ReopeningSchools will be open again on Wednesday, Dec. 13, though all Ventura Unified employees will be working Tuesday.
Calif. Governor: December Wildfires ‘The New Normal’The six Southern California fires destroyed nearly 800 homes and buildings and forced more than 200,000 people to flee.
Amid Ashes, Untouched Patch Of Land Gives Couple Hope To Rebuild HomeKat Merrick and Chris Corsones got a sign of hope after their ranch was consumed in the Thomas Fire this week.