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Oxnard has over twenty miles of scenic, uncrowded coastline. The sand dunes on the beaches have been used to recreate Middle-Eastern desert scenes in several movies. Oxnard is home to the world-class surf, however, the best surf is inaccessible due to the fact that it breaks at a beach inside Point Mugu, a Navy base. Also, the Oxnard Plain is renowned for its strawberries. Oxnard is the largest producer of strawberries in California. Notable residents have included director James Cameron (Titanic, Avatar) and silent film comedian Charlie Chaplin.

Population: 170358
Local Newspapers: Buenos Dias (Hispanic) Tri County Sentry (African American)
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Oxnard College

Zip Codes associated with oxnard, california: 93030 93033 93035
Towns/Cities near oxnard, california : San Buenaventura Camarillo El Rio Thousand Oaks

Oxnard News
Results of CBVA Tuesday Youth Volleyball Tournament

The results from the California Beach Volleyball Association's Tuesday, July 25 Junior Tournament at East Beach. The players in the photos are identified by the order of results.

A lesson in kosher wines

As I sit down with Joe Hurliman, winemaker at Herzog Wine Cellars in Oxnard, it dawns on him that it was, almost to this day, 19 years ago, that he joined Herzog. Back then it was producing 150,000 cases of wine, a staggering amount, thus making it the largest winery in Ventura County.

Police: Ex-Cowboys WR Whitehead misidentified in heist

Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says building public confidence in law enforcement "is one of our great challenges." . Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein says building public confidence in law enforcement "is one of our great challenges."

Garcia: I'm Favored Because Broner Is Inconsistent, Not Skills

That, Mikey Garcia says, is largely what separates him from Adrien Broner. From a talent perspective, Garcia doesn't think there's all that much that differentiates them.

Why great white sharks keep coming close to California beaches

Why great white sharks keep coming close to California beaches One reason: They were born there. And it's a great place to catch a quick snack.

Jerry Jones weighs in on NFL's Ezekiel Elliott investigation

The NFL has turned over the contents of its investigation into Ezekiel Elliott's off-field issues, and Jerry Jones says there is no evidence of domestic violence. Speaking with media on Sunday before training camp begins for the Dallas Cowboys in Oxnard, Calif., Jones said the following about what he's seen.

Oxnard police arrest murder suspect

On Wednesday evening, police found the body of Albert Salazar, 24, in the Oxnard Police Department parking lot. Detectives later determined Salazar was shot on the 1300 block of West Guava Street before he was transported and left at the station.


Edward Cella Art & Architecture presents Brad Miller: Stones and Object Relations Theory, the artist's second exhibition with the gallery. Exploring the psychoanalytic relationships we have with objects, Brad Miller will present ceramic wall sculptures, an installation of abstract ceramic stonework, and paintings.

Suspected car thief abandons auto in Malibu after police chase

MALIBU >> A suspected car thief abandoned his car at Malibu's Broad Beach Saturday morning, prompting a large police response. A Ventura County sheriff's helicopter flew up and down the coast at very low altitude, searching for the suspect on the rocky shore, as California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles sheriff's deputies ringed the area.

Guild Introduces New Junior Jumbo Bass and F-40 Jumbo at Summer NAMM 2017: Video

At Summer NAMM 2017, Guild Guitars introduced its new Junior Jumbo Bass, with a solid Sitka spruce, flamed maple back and sides, and an arched back. It also includes an ebony fretboard and bridge, Fishman Sonitone pickup, and a satin antique blonde finish.

Cowboys training camp preview

DALLAS COWBOYS OPEN CAMP: July 24, Oxnard, California. LAST YEAR: Sensational rookie combo of QB Dak Prescott and RB Ezekiel Elliott powered Cowboys to top seed in NFC before divisional playoff loss to Green Bay.

Residents can learn from international students

International students planning to attend colleges and universities in the tri-county area may fear being unwelcome due to media coverage of negative comments, but once they arrive they are generally met with a lack of attention. Students in my classes have expressed dismay to me that they don't often have the opportunity to discuss their home countries.

in Brief | July 20, 2017

Oxnard's red light cameras have been offline since January, and on Tuesday, July 18, the Oxnard Police Department let it be known that they would like to change that. Oxnard Police Chief Scott Whitney told the City Council that the lights save lives and that known issues regarding timing have been fixed.

Bob Dunning: Comparing Oxnard to oranges for downtown pedestrians

FREE DAVIS Jean at sbcglobal.net is throwing cold water on my proposal to turn downtown Davis into a pedestrian paradise by banning all automobile traffic in the core area "Bob," she begins, as so much of my mail does, "I'm sorry to tell you that Oxnard tried the walking outdoor mall concept, getting rid of some downtown streets in the early 1970s. "They spent a lot of money tearing up streets and replacing them with wide and attractive walkways for pedestrians."

Threads to the Past | Oaxacan artist Porfirio Guti rrez weaves...

Porfirio GutiA©rrez, 38, is a renowned Zapotec weaver who, at the age of 12, learned the skill from his father while growing up in TeotitlA n del Valle, Oaxaca, Mexico. As he recounts, that was the culture; weaving was a way of life.

a Small Fix | Tiny houses could have big impact locally if they find a place to land

Douglas Messmer is an affable, joke-cracking 51-year-old retired Navy chief petty officer who lives in an 8-foot by 24-foot home he built himself. His tiny house, a.k.a. "Better Days," has French doors, 11 windows and a spectacular circular porthole in the center that opens to sunshine and the fresh air.

Oxnard police ask for public's help in finding man

Oxnard police were asking for the public's help in finding a missing 75-year-old man last seen at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Raymond French was driving a 2013 dark blue Chrysler Town & Country van with an Arizona disabled license plate, JMR86, along the 4400 block of Harbor Boulevard.

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