Overlooking Anacapa and Santa Cruz islands between Malibu and Santa Barbara on the mighty Pacific, Ventura Harbor is not only a sublime seaside retreat but also an enticing enclave that serves as a true artists’ colony full of treasures, as to be expected. Because of this alluring asset, an afternoon may not be enough time to play here. Find a great place to dine as well as a storied sleepover sanctuary in which to rest your head when you visit this vacation spot boasting an abundance of ocean breezes even on the hottest Southern California days.
Nestled between the vineyards of Ojai and the beaches of Ventura lies the agricultural town of Santa Paula. The burgh has etched itself into Southern California’s story due to its early stake in oil years […]
A combination of state budget cuts and dry weather could leave the region vulnerable to devastating wildfires, county fire chiefs said Monday.
“A Tribute to the Music of Johnny Cash” is returning to the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura, CA for a fourth year. The popular event is put on by Roadshow Revival and pays homage to […]
Three bells marking the historic El Camino Real, the trail that linked California’s missions, have been stolen last month along Highway 101 in Ventura, authorities said.
The FBI announced the arrest of the man they say has robbed at least ten banks in Orange, Riverside and Ventura Counties as the “Snowboarder Bandit.”
Police say a 7-year-old Ventura girl was molested while under the supervision of a camp counselor at Pacific Camps in Ventura County.
Jim Kuns loved his 4×4.
Ventura Police are investigating the third death in two days related to overdoses of opiate drugs combined with alcohol, according to authorities.
At least four people were injured Saturday in a multi-vehicle wreck in Woodland Hills.
Police in Ventura are holding a suspect in a double arson case.
The girl cited the recent decision by Girl Scout officials to allow a “transgender” boy to join the organization as a major reason for the boycott.
Imagine what Ventura Boulevard west of Sepulveda looked like 60 years ago.
News anchors Vicky Moore and Chris Sedens were out on Ventura Boulevard on Friday to shine the spotlight on local businesses.
On Ventura Boulevard, if a business lasts five years, it’s a success. 62 years? That’s something completely different.