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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) Courier
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: State UniversityOxnard College

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

Oxnard News
California lawmaker's pet inspires rare bipartisan compromise

The 15-pound dog, with the jowls of a young Winston Churchill and the pluck of a latter-day Snoopy, is the inspiration for of Rep. Jeff Denham's measure approved Wednesday to allow dogs and cats to ride on Amtrak trains. "Lily's got a lot of friends here on Capitol Hill," Denham said in an interview. Amtrak spokesman Marc Magliari said the pilot has gone well so far, with 145 pets transported last year without incident. Sorry, no ferrets or Komodo dragons. "This is a common sense solution," Denham said, lapsing back into political speak.

Glazkov: I'd Love To Go and Face Wladimir Klitschko

Although Cunningham is a formidable opponent, the 30-year old from Lugansk, Ukraine faced much bigger adversity outside of the ring over the last year. When Glazkov found out his fight against Steve Cunningham for the mandatory position in the IBF and the USBA Heavyweight Championship would be on the same card as Kovalev vs. He is a good fighter. Czar does not want to predict who will win the Klitschko-Jennings fight, but said, "I am facing Steve Cunningham. I can't predict what is going to happen, but I would love to go and face Klitschko.

Garage Band Confidential: Watch The Seeds: Pushin' Too Hard

Courtesy Photo PUSH IT: Neil Norman, son of famed music man Gene Norman, is behind the new documentary The Seeds: Pushin' Too Hard, which screens on Saturday, March 7 at the Plaza Playhouse Theater. "I used to walk down Sunset Strip with Lenny Bruce when I was a little kid," said Norman, who recently finished a film about the California proto-psych band The Seeds. "I was there," said Norman. Neil Norman's documentary The Seeds: Pushin' Too Hard will screen at the Plaza Playhouse Theater 684-6380 or visit plazatheatercarpinteria.com .

Engineer injured in last weeka s Metrolink commuter train derailment in Oxnard dies

LOS ANGELES - The engineer of the Metrolink train that struck a truck on the tracks in Oxnard died today at a Los Angeles hospital. Glenn William Steele, 62, died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center at 3:59 a.m., according to Oxnard police and the Los Angeles County coroner's office. The crash occurred around 6 a.m. Feb. 24 near the intersection of Rice Avenue and Fifth Street, just east of the Oxnard station as Metrolink train 102 was en route to Union Station in Los Angeles. The train was travelling at 56 mph at the point of impact.

Metrolink Engineer Dies Post Collision

Sinai Hospital in the City of Los Angeles. He was 62 years old. This collision is still under investigation by allied agencies. And, we are concerned for those still recovering from this collision and their families. For over a mile and a half before he was spotted and contacted by an Oxnard Police Officer. Ventura County Medical Center for precautionary measures. Was arrested for a violation of section 20001 of the California Vehicle Code. Jail, where his bail is set at $150,000. The collision is still under investigation by several allied agencies.

Fund established to help BLET member critically injured in Metrolink crash

Brother Steele, 62, was working as a locomotive engineer for Metrolink on February 24, 2015, when his train collided with an abandoned heavy-duty pickup truck on the tracks near Oxnard, Calif. Brother Steele has been fighting for his life ever since ' he has been in critical condition and his heart stopped twice while receiving medical treatment after the collision. The train's conductor and Steele's student engineer, also a BLET member, sustained injuries but were released after receiving treatment.

Icy California beach

At least an inch of icy pellets coated the sand at Huntington Beach, the National Weather Service said. Scott McGuire of the National Weather Service's Reno office says the Squaw Valley ski resort "was the big winner" from the storms. But the snow was mainly in the Lake Tahoe area, and added only 1 percent to the Sierra's overall snowpack. California is entering its fourth year of a sharp drought. Snowpack this season is just one-quarter of the usual amount. The storms also brought hail and less than an inch of rain to the San Francisco Bay area.

Five Artists to Watch in March 2015

In contrast to their careening tracks, the quintet's rise has been something of a slow boil. -- MATTHEW LEVINE Tei Shi Who: When Valerie Teicher doesn't spend her time bumming around Brooklyn, the Argentinian-born artist doubles as a celestial R&B singer by the name of Tei Shi. Spewing out dream-like melodies over subdued '80s electronic melodies, Tei Shi embodies this indescribably alluring mystical pop radiance. Where to Start: While you count down the final days till Tei Shi's new EP drops in April, check out her debut project, Saudade .

CA: Amtrak Train Hits Car Near Camarillo, No One Injured

An Amtrak train with 85 aboard hit a vehicle Sunday night at Pleasant Valley Road and Fifth Street between Oxnard and Camarillo. The incident was reported at 7:56 p.m. as a vehicle "stuck on tracks,"according to the California Highway Patrol. The car's occupants got out and ran after seeing a train was headed their way, Romero said. The train had left the Oxnard station minutes before and was going to Camarillo when it hit the car. No one was reported injured in the accident, Romero said. Copyright 2015 - Ventura County Star, Calif.

Area mountains buried in snow; scattered precipitation due today

"We hope to receive an additional 10 inches of snow before it is all said and done," it posted on its Facebook page. Snow began late Friday in the Sierra Nevada, and resorts reported receiving 12 to 18 inches of snow at 8,000 to 10,000 feet, said Jim Matthews, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Sacramento. "We are thrilled," Melissa Matheney, a spokeswoman for Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows ski resorts, told the San Francisco Chronicle. "We couldn't be happier with this storm. The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Rain, possible thunderstorms expected in Southern California

LOS ANGELES >> A storm system parked over Southern California is expected to bring more snow, rain and possible thunderstorms to the region Sunday. The National Weather Service said the threat of showers will linger until Monday morning when the cold low-pressure system moves out. Snow levels could drop as low as 3,500 feet, potentially dumping fresh powder on ski resorts and creating icy road conditions on heavy-traveled Interstate 5 near the Grapevine. "We need several large, heavy rainstorms to even have an effect," Sweet said.

Shooting Death Investigation Underway In Oxnard

OXNARD -- Police were on the scene of a shooting Sunday that killed a 22-year-old man and injured another man. According to the Oxnard Police Department, officers were sent around 9:07 a.m. Saturday to a shooting call in the 100 block of Eliza Court. A preliminary investigation revealed that the two victims were with two other people, when they were approached by two Hispanic men that opened fire on the group. Anyone with information regarding this crime is urged to contact detectives at 385-7760.

Spending on rail crossing safety upgrades varies widely across Southland

Last week's crash involving a commuter train and a pickup truck in Oxnard was a reminder that progress has been decidedly uneven. A patchwork of entities with varying levels of funding are responsible for street-level railroad crossings, and some have invested more than others in safety improvements. One major effort is being made in the San Gabriel Valley along the Alameda Corridor East, a key freight route. Orange County reported only one collision between 2009 and 2013 where the four-way warning arms were installed, the data show.

Some Observations on the Oxnard Metrolink Crash

Energy absorption is valuable in reducing injuries in a crash. This isn't what happened at Oxnard. A pick up truck is a fairly light object compared to a Metrolink train. Most of the damage and injuries were caused by the cars rolling over on their sides, not the collision with the pick up. We may need to design locomotives and cab cars better to handle objects on the tracks so not to rollover when derailing. There is no one simple solution. More can be done, with more money, law enforcement on the tracks and better safety education for the public..

Suspects Sought In Double Shooting In Oxnard

Authorities were dispatched to a shots fired call in Oxnard Saturday morning and located two victims after an investigation. Officers said a 23-year-old man and a 39-year-old woman were struck by gun fire. The male victim was taken to St. John's Hospital by family members. Both victims had non-life-threatening injuries and were released from the hospital. Anyone with any information related to this incident is encouraged to contact the Oxnard Police Department at 805-385-7600 or anonymously at Ventura County Crime Stoppers at 222-8477.

No Charges for Now Against Truck Driver in California Train Crash

KABC-TV -- No charges are expected to be filed -- for now -- against the driver whose truck got stuck on a set of train tracks, causing a gnarly collision in Oxnard, California earlier this week. Sanchez-Ramirez was released on Thursday evening, according to ABC's Los Angeles affiliate KABC-TV. Both figures are well below the 79 mph speed limit for that section of track, Sumwalt noted. Photos from the train's camera showed that the truck's passenger side tires were inside of the rails, while the driver's side tires were outside the rails.

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