Driver Arrested For DUI After Sedan Ends Up Perched On Utility Pole Guide Wire In Simi ValleyOfficers called to a solo crash in the 4900 block of Alta Street at about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday found a white four-door sedan had driven up a surprisingly sturdy utility pole guide wire.
Police: Simi Valley Man John Piani Suspected Of Using Drone To Sell Heroin, MethamphetamineSimi Valley police say John Piani was arrested Friday night in the 900 block of Enchanted Way following an investigation by the department’s homeless liaison officers and narcotics detectives. Piani was booked on suspicion of selling heroin and methamphetamine.
Small Earthquake Rattles Simi ValleyThe magnitude-3.2 earthquake struck at about 12:51 p.m. and was centered almost two miles east of Simi Valley in an area known as Santa Susana, according to the US Geological Survey.
Large Group Of Teens Attack, Injure 2 Workers In Simi Valley ParkOne of the workers was taken to a hospital with serious injuries.
25-Year-Old Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI After Crashing Into Simi Valley HomeA 25-year-old was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of driving under the influence after crashing his vehicle into a home in the 700 block of Ventura Avenue in Simi Valley.
15-Year-Old Girl Rescued From Suspected Trafficking OperationA man and woman are suspected of trafficking a 15-year-old girl who ran away from a placement home in Simi Valley.
2 Simi Valley Teens To Be Part Of Inaugural Class Of Female Eagle ScoutsDana Miller and Laura Allen are set to become among the nation’s first female Eagle Scouts, the highest rank in the Scouts, on Feb. 8.
Thousands Still Without Power As Winds Force Campus Closures In Simi ValleyA powerful Santa Ana wind event pummeled the Southland Tuesday and early Wednesday morning, with winds of over 70 miles per hour.
Thousands Of SoCal Edison Customers In Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley Without PowerAs of 10 a.m., the largest outages were in Ventura County. More than 7,000 in Thousand Oaks and 2,000 in Simi Valley had their power shut off as a precaution.
A Quarter-Million SoCal Edison Customers Could See Power Shutoffs Due To Santa Ana WindsCities including Simi Valley, Thousands Oaks, Santa Clarita, Rancho Cucamonga and Riverside are at risk of seeing precautionary power shutoffs due to the risk that powerful winds could down trees and power lines, sparking wildfires.
A Christmas Miracle: Power Restored To Thousands After Precautionary Shutoffs Due To Santa Ana WindsResidents rushed out to buy generators to keep the lights on and keep their holiday food from spoiling.
Blistery Santa Ana Winds Create More Wildfire Danger MondayThis will mark the third such Santa Ana wind event in just the past three weeks.
Red Flag Warning Extended, Potential Of Public Safety Power Shutoffs Continue FridayA Red Flag warning for much of the region was extended through Saturday at 6 p.m. amid bone-dry conditions, according to the National Weather Service.
SoCal Edison Could Shut Off Power To 88K Customers On Thanksgiving Due To Santa Ana WindsSome of the cities which could be effected include Santa Clarita, Moorpark, Simi Valley, Sylmar, San Fernando, Azusa, Rancho Cucamonga and Banning.
Simi Valley Businesses Given Green Light To Call Police On Customers Who Refuse To Wear Face MasksFace masks are required by the state in order to comply with business reopening guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.