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Simi Valley has become a convenient location for filming TV series, movies, commercials and music videos. It is a popular filming location due to its close proximity to Hollywood. The TV series Gunsmoke and M.A.S.H. were both filmed in Simi Valley. Poltergeist (1972), Bachelor Party (1984), !Three Amigos! (1986), The Big Lebowski (1998), Honey I Blew Up the Kids! (1991), Forever Young (1992), and The Cat in the Hat (2003) were all filmed in Simi Valley.

Population: 111351
Local Newspapers: Simi Valley Acorn
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Zip Codes associated with simi valley, california: 93063 93065
Towns/Cities near simi valley, california : Thousand Oaks West Hills Moorpark Camarillo

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NASA says ita s ready for groundwater cleanup at shuttered Santa Susana Field Lab in Simi Valley

With Woolsey fire out and testing done, hazardous fluids from the Cold-War-era site are poised to be removed from pipelines. Rocket test stands at the Coca area used for testing Saturn-V and Apollo moon rocket engines at the Santa Susana Field Lab, Thursday, April 8, 2010.

Legal Rights | Lawyers provide recovery information for those displaced by Woolsey Fire

Ventura County and Los Angeles County residents displaced from the Woolsey Fire had the opportunity to learn about the recovery process during the Fire Recovery 101 Informational Meeting on Dec. 7 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village. The informational meeting was hosted by Southern California fire litigation law firms Singleton Law Firm, Padilla Law Group LLP, Thorsnes Bartolotta McGuire, and Banning LLP.

LA County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl to host town halls for those affected by massive Woolsey fire

The ruins of an ocean view home are seen in the aftermath of the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, California on November 14, 2018. Los Angeles County residents affected by the destructive Woolsey fire are invited to attend two upcoming town halls about recovering from the disaster.

Mother and son identified as bodies found dead during Woolsey fire in Malibu

The pair were discovered in a fire-damaged vehicle in the 33100 block of Mulholland Highway in Malibu on Nov. 9. A vehicle and a home destroyed by the Woolsey Fire on Mulholland Highway, Wednesday, Nov 28, 2018. A mother and son found dead in a charred car during the Woolsey fire in Malibu last month have been identified.

Sheriff's Sgt. Ron Helus was killed by friendly fire in Borderline shooting, officials reveal

The California sheriff's sergeant who died in the Borderline Bar & Grill shooting massacre last month was struck and killed by friendly fire, officials revealed Friday. Ventura County Sheriff's Sgt.

Here's how to help victims of the Woolsey fire

Thick clouds of smoke glow into the night and early morning Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, from the Hill and Woolsey fires, which prompted the evacuation of thousands from the surrounding area. Here are some ways to help victims of the Woolsey and Hill wildfires through donations or directing them to helpful services.

Now lettuce rejoice: Utahns can be 'fairly confident' in eating romaine again

In this Nov. 20, 2018 file photo, romaine lettuce sits on the shelves as a shopper walks through the produce area of an Albertsons market in Simi Valley, Calif. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration cautioned people last week to only purchase and consume romaine lettuce labeled as being from noncontaminated areas, Utah Department of Agriculture and Food spokesman Jack Wilbur said consumers in Utah can now be "fairly confident" that all lettuce they purchase is safe from the recent E. coli outbreak .

Drone maker AeroVironment moves its headquarters to Simi Valley from Monrovia

AeroVironment President and CEO Wahid Nawabi, right, pilots the company's Quantix drone in July. Drone manufacturer AeroVironment Inc. has moved its headquarters to Simi Valley from Monrovia in an effort to group its operations where it already has several facilities.

Gunman in Thousand Oaks mass shooting fired 50-plus shots, tossed...

The gunman who terrorized the packed Borderline Bar and Grill earlier this month fired 50-plus rounds while striking 13 victims, with only one surviving, and tossed multiple smoke grenades that added to the confusion that night, Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub told reporters on Tuesday, with officials still searching for the killer's motive. In April, Ian David Long did not express a desire to harm himself or others during a visit by deputies to his home, the sheriff said.

Gunman in Thousand Oaks mass shooting fired 50-plus shots, tossed...

Kelsey Escobar, 21, of San Diego, who was friend's with victim Jake Dunham, visits the Borderline Bar & Grill mass shooting memorial in Thousand Oaks with Lynn Sanchez, of Thousand Oaks, on Friday, November 16, 2018. "My husband and I secretly dated at the Borderline," says Sanchez.

Borderline shooter fired more than 50 rounds using illegal 'high ...

This 2017 photo from the California Department of Motor Vehicles shows Ian David Long. Authorities said the Marine combat veteran opened fire Wednesday evening, Nov. 7, 2018, at a country music bar in Southern California.

The Human Scanner: Twitter User Warned Others About Borderline Bar Shooting, California Wildfires

One Simi Valley, California man is being credited with providing thousands of people in Southern California with information relating to the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting and the Woosley Fire. For the last 10 years Thomas Gorden, 22, has listened to police scanners and tweeted pertinent information on his Twitter account.

More residents under evacuation from Woolsey fire expected to go home soon

A NASA photo shows the Woolsey fire impacted area, with the site's Coca Test Stand in the background . Hundreds more Los Angles County residents who were under mandatory evacuation orders from the deadly Woolsey fire were allowed to return home on Friday.

He alerted people to the Thousand Oaks shooting, then warned of the California fires that came next

He doesn't pay attention to every bit of information broadcast from the handful of devices he owns. But there are certain words and conversations he's learned to key in on.

Firefighter pilots on California peak rescue amid wildfire: a There...

Two firefighter pilots who rescued three people and their dogs off a California peak told ABC News the fire roaring toward the ridge would likely have killed the stranded group within minutes. The pilots had been making water drops on the Woolsey fire in Southern California, when their radio crackled with an urgent request to make their way to Castro Peak near Malibu.

Despite devastating losses, Woolsey fire victims count their blessings ahead of Thanksgiving Day

Randy Childs, 70, is living with his son Matthew, 42, in Oak Park after the Woolsey fire burned through the Shalom Institute, home of Camp JCA Shalom, and his space there called "Randy Land" where he lived, created and directed outdoor learning, including rope courses, for campers. The fire also surrounded Matthew's home in Oak Park, where they hiked to Matthew's favorite oak tree above his townhome on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

One year after exoneration, Carlsbad man gives thanks

Craig Coley, middle, watches 3-year-old Keira Andrew help make whipped cream for Thanksgiving pies on Tuesday. With them are Keira's grandparents Mike Bender and his wife, Cyndi.

Sex Offender Caught Breaking Into Home Of Woolsey Fire Evacuees, Stealing Women's Clothing

THOUSAND OAKS - A convicted sex offender is facing allegations that he broke into at least one vacant homes in the Woolsey Fire burn area and stole women's clothing. Jonah Bregman, 25, of Northridge was arrested Saturday on charges of burglary and engaging in lewd conduct.

Storm Could Bring Mudslides To Woolsey Fire Burn Area

MALIBU - A storm front moving into the Southland Wednesday could bring the potential for mudslides to the scorched Woolsey and Hill fires burn area in Ventura and Los Angeles counties, posing complications for city agencies and utilities working around the clock to repair infrastructure that has been damaged or decimated by the wildfires. According to the National Weather Service, rain totals of anywhere from 0.2 to 0.7 of an inch are forecast from Wednesday afternoon into Thanksgiving morning, bringing with it the possibility of rock and mud flows due because of the loosened soil and debris caused by the fires.

Repeaters, Amateur TV Play Communication Role in California Fire Emergency

Amateur Radio repeaters and TV have helped to keep the broader community informed on the local status of widespread fires in Southern California, radio amateurs say. Benjamin Kuo, KI6YR, who had to evacuate but now is back home, said remote Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network mesh cameras captured video from fires across Southern California earlier this month, including the early stages of the Woolsey Fire .

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