Ventura County, Federal Health Officials Work To Reassure County Residents About Coronavirus

Ventura County and federal health officials have released more information about a man quarantined at Naval Base Ventura County for possible exposure to coronavirus. They held a news conference Wednesday afternoon to try to reassure people the quarantine operation isn’t posing a risk to the community.

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Detective are trying to unravel exactly what led to the apparent murder of a woman in Ventura County. Simi Valley Police were called to the 5400 block of Los Angeles Avenue just after 9 Thursday morning. An injured woman was stopping people, and telling them her daughter was dead in an apartment.

A new walking trail is currently under construction in Montecito on Olivelle Road, in between Hot Spring and N. Jameson Lane. The trail is set to be completed and accessible by April 2nd.

The Montecito Mudflow, which destroyed many homes in the area, also left the trail covered in rocks and debris.

It’s election year, and the California primary is now less than a week away. In addition to the key presidential race, there are a number of local races and ballot issues going before voters on the Central and South Coasts. KCLU’s Lance Orozco gives us a closeup look at one of the races. It’s the battle for Ventura County’s First District supervisorial seat.

Authorities are warning about a sexual predator who attacked a teenage girl as she was walking to school on the South Coast. The 16 year old girl was on the 400 block of Canterbury Way in Oxnard Tuesday morning when she was assaulted.

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A nearly year long investigation has led to two arrests, and the seizure of more than $600,000 worth of drugs on the Central Coast. San Luis Obispo County Sheriff’s detectives say they arrested Timothy Kieth Moore and Jesse Daniel Talaugon of San Luis Obispo on various drugs and weapons related charges.

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Detective are trying to unravel exactly what led to the apparent murder of a woman in Ventura County. Simi Valley Police were called to the 5400 block of Los Angeles Avenue just after 9 Thursday morning. An injured woman was stopping people, and telling them her daughter was dead in an apartment.

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