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DAVID YAMAMOTO/SPECIAL TO THE STAR Corey Castro and his father, Danny, look for toys and electronics at Target in Camarillo for a toy drive the family started five years ago.
Should vaccinations for children be legally required?
Are You as Liberal as President Obama?
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The fire was reported about 12:07 a.m. in the M dock of the marina along Spinnaker Drive.
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Yes, the city should hold City Council elections on an even-year cycle instead of the longstanding odd-year cycle.
The Board of Supervisors will vote Tuesday on a 4 percent water rate increase for Moorpark, a recommendation made by County Waterworks District No.
TROY HARVEY/THE STAR UPS driver Richard Miskiewicz loads packages onto a cart before making a delivery at a business on Ventura Avenue on a recent Monday morning.
Doug Messner donated to Bellringer this year in memory of his friend, Douglas Baisch, who had a story and good joke to tell at every occasion.
JOSEPH A. GARCIA/THE STAR Ventura High School's Dustin Houck gets a small rest break while running drills as a recent practice.
Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions.
The McCune Foundation has awarded almost $330,000 for community organizing and social justice projects in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.
Ventura County residents may offer input on which environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing and other oil well-stimulation techniques should be studied at a state Conservation Department meeting Jan. 8. The department has said Ventura will be one of five cities in the state to host what are called "scoping" hearings to help regulators determine ... (more)
Ventura police officers used to use pushpins to map crimes in the different beats of the city.
This story is contributed by a member of the Ventura community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with Ventura County Star This annual tradition is a time when members of the community can come together to reflect on and remember those who have passed away.
JOSEPH A. GARCIA/THE STAR Donald C. Robinett receives a standing ovation from his daughter Catherine Drettler and others after a reading about his life in the military, which included being in Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
Lisa McKinnon/ Star staff Luis Sanchez and Jeff Post are co-owners of Mouthful Eatery, which opened in November at what used to be Garage Dogs in Thousand Oaks.
Anne Kallas/Special to The Star Royal jelly is special product bees produce full of antibacterial agents that can help people fight off common infections, according to Brian Cox, who sells honey and other bee-related products at the downtown Ventura farmers market.