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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
Record temps up to 100A F expected in SoCal at start of Thanksgiving holiday

Already in the 80s in Southern California this morning before Thanksgiving. Record highs expected in mid to upper-90s.

Holiday Parade of Lights to Sail in Channel Islands Harbor

Channel Islands Harbor in Oxnard will kick off the holidays with its 52nd annual holiday Parade of Lights, noon-8 p.m. Dec. 9, with the parade starting at 7 p.m. This year's parade theme is Fairy Tales Afloat. Visitors are invited to enjoy a full day of holiday activities and watch festively decorated boats in the parade while listening to carolers sing holiday songs.

Help for the Homeless | Local orgs dedicated to providing basic services, hot meals|VC Reporter | Southland Publishing

Ventura County's winter warming shelter for the homeless will launch on Dec. 15 at the National Guard Armory in Ventura , county and municipal officials have decided. Homeless persons can enter the armory, located at 1270 Arundell St. in Ventura, at 6 p.m. each day.

Two Men Sentenced for Stealing More Than $200,000 of Mission Produce Avocados

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Carlos Chavez , of Oxnard, and Joseph Raymond Valenzuela , of Santa Paula, were sentenced to two years in county jail, followed by 18 months of supervised release. Earlier this year, both Chavez and Valenzuela entered guilty pleas to felony grand theft and conspiracy, and admitted a special allegation for taking over $200,000 worth of avocados.

Five Charged in Fraudulent Debt Collection Scheme

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today the filing of felony charges against Timothy Edmond Burke, Jr. , of Las Vegas; Deisi Tapia Rivera , of Las Vegas; Veronica Esther Ventura , of Oxnard; Angela Maire Covarrubias , of Ventura; and Elizabeth Angie Olvera , of Santa Paula. The defendants are charged with multiple felony counts including grand theft, theft from an elder, money laundering, and conspiracy to commit false advertising.

Collision With Deer Blamed for Major-Injury Crash on Highway 154 Near Santa Ynez

A collision with a deer is being blamed for a multi-vehicle accident earlier this week near Santa Ynez that sent two people to the hospital with major injuries. Martha Aguayo, 69, of Oxnard was headed west on Highway 154 - near the Santa Ynez River bridge east of Highway 246 - in a 2010 Buick LaCrosse at about 5:30 p.m. Tuesday when a deer ran into her path, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Rick Larson.

in Brief | Nov. 16, 2017

Is there life on Mars? Or for that matter, anywhere else off planet Earth? "Where's E.T.?" will be the subject when the Ventura County Astronomical Society hosts Dr. Jerry Clifford on Friday, Nov. 17, in Moorpark. Clifford is a retired lecturer, having helped launch the astronomy program at California State University, Channel Islands.

USDA names new Hass Avocado Board members

Grower Bob Schaar, Fallbrook, was appointed to a 2-year term as alternate, and grower Thomas Escalante, Oxnard, Calif., was appointed to a 1-year term as alternate. "These appointees represent a cross section of the hass avocado producers and I know that the hass avocado industry will be well served by them," Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said in a news release.

John Mauceri remembers a Lennya Bernstein through stories and music

John Mauceri shares personal anecdotes of Leonard Bernstein and conducts selections from his stage works in "Bernstein On Stage." "I don't think he ever called me John," says Mauceri, the former music director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra who celebrates the leadup to what would have been Bernstein's 100th birthday with four Southern California appearances.

Trained hawks scare off smaller birds, draw stares in LA

In this April 7, 2017 photo Dany a Harris's hawk keeps an eye out for any pesky birds during a day of work at the Museum of Modern Art in Los Angeles. Known as "The Hawk Pros."

Arts Briefs | Awards, donations, new programs and other art news from around the county

The Ojai Film Festival continues this weekend, and local actress Emily Hahn will be debuting her latest feature-length film, Beautifully Broken . The 17-year-old Ojai native and current Westlake Village resident stars as a young Tennessee teen who befriends a family escaping the Rwandan genocide.

2 Arrested for Illegal Firearms Manufacturing & Narcotics Possession

On October 21, 2017, Fillmore Patrol Deputies conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle driven by Jose Castillo for vehicle code violations. During the traffic stop, deputies discovered two operational "zip guns," including one that was loaded.

Avocado importers weigh in on NAFTA

As efforts to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement plod along, avocado importers generally are supportive of the pact, though some feel it could use some tweaking. "The relationship between Mexico and the U.S. has been very good and beneficial for everyone - for consumers, especially," he said.

CA: Transit Agency to Launch First Direct Bus Route Connecting Simi, Moorpark with West County

Nov. 07--Bus riders in the east Ventura County cities of Simi Valley and Moorpark have long complained about the lack of a direct fixed route line to west county. The Ventura County Transportation Commission on Friday will launch the first direct, fixed-route intercity bus line connecting Simi Valley and Moorpark with the west county cities of Camarillo, Oxnard and Ventura via Highways 118, 34 and 101.

Europe still dominates Peru avocados shipments

The U.S. is likely to double its avocado volume from Peru this year, with perhaps as much as 150 million pounds reaching American ports. But even that amount still pales in comparison to the volume Peru now ships to Europe, and may send to Asia in the future, marketers say.

They came to Fresno to buy a Craigslist car, but then the seller allegedly pulled a gun

A Fresno man was arrested on several weapons charges Tuesday after allegedly pulling a gun on two potential car buyers. Just before 4:30 p.m., officers were called to a 7-11 in southeast Fresno at East Chestnut Avenue and South Church Avenue in response to a report of a man being threatened with a gun.

NRG allowed to suspend proceedings on Puente Power Project

The California Energy Commission granted Houston-based NRG Energy's request to suspend its proceedings on the Oxnard Puente Power Project. The decision gives the company six months to decide whether it wants to move forward with the Puente proposal, during which time regulators and utility Southern California Edison have indicated that they plan to conduct an expedited request for offer process.

Mission Produce imports Colombia avocados

Working with its Colombian partner Cartama, Oxnard, Calif.-based Mission Produce is preparing to receive the first entry of Colombian avocados in the U.S. "Being the first to import Colombian fruit to the U.S. reinforces Mission's global footprint and leadership in the avocado category," Jim Donovan, Mission's senior vice president of global sourcing, said in a news release. "Our partnership with Cartama in Colombia has been in the works for a number of years, and when this opportunity finally came to fruition, we were ready."

Parker Hannifin to close Tell City plant by September 2018

The Industrial Process Filtration Division of Parker Hannifin announced that it will be closing its manufacturing facility in Tell City. The facility at 2002 Main St. in Tell City will have its production transferred to existing Parker facilities in Oxnard, California and Mineral Wells, Texas.

The ARP/Street Rodder Sherm's Plating Surf's Up Tour Part 7

As the saying goes "All good things must come to an end," and that is the case with the Sherm's Plating Surf's Up Road Tour. With one more day of activities we made sure that Friday was filled from our morning drivers' meeting to the much-anticipated beach-themed Halloween Party in the evening.

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