LA/Ventura

LA Bans Homeless Camps Near Schools While Sacramento Prohibited From Removing Homeless On Public Property

LA Bans Homeless Camps Near Schools While Sacramento Prohibited From Removing Homeless On Public Property

A tale of two cities. The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to approve an ordinance prohibiting homeless encampments within 500 feet of schools and day care centers. This article was written by Katy Grimes and originally published by California Globe. Also on Tuesday, a federal judge issued an order forbidding Sacramento ...

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MOORPARK COLLEGE ONCE AGAIN RECOGNIZED AS A CHAMPION OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Moorpark College: Auditions For Summer Productions Of “Blithe Spirit” And “Disenchanted!”

By U Cast Studios | May 11, 2022

Moorpark College Holds Auditions for Summer Productions of “Blithe Spirit” and “Disenchanted!” Theatre Arts department showcases Noël Coward’s spirited family […]

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VCCCD Names Three Finalists For Chancellor

VCCCD Names Three Finalists For Chancellor

May 4, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Click here to read in web browser. […]

NEWS RELEASE-PIERCE COLLEGE CHOIR TO PERFORM AT KENNEDY CENTER FOR MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY

NEWS RELEASE-PIERCE COLLEGE CHOIR TO PERFORM AT KENNEDY CENTER FOR MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY

April 14, 2022

L.A. Pierce College Choir To Perform At Kennedy […]

Guest Column: Criminal Laws – California Leaders Protecting Gang Members Instead Of Victims

Guest Column: Criminal Laws – California Leaders Protecting Gang Members Instead Of Victims

By John Barrick | April 7, 2022

Over the last decade, California political leaders have been generous to criminals by passing a series of legislative acts that […]

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SoCal Grocery Strike Averted; Tentative Agreement Reached After 30-Hour Bargaining Session

SoCal Grocery Strike Averted; Tentative Agreement Reached After 30-Hour Bargaining Session

By U Cast Studios | April 7, 2022

UFCW members to vote on new contract next week. A grocery store strike that would have affected 540 stores and […]

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California’s ‘New Normal:’ PG&E Power Shut Offs On Windy Days

California’s ‘New Normal:’ PG&E Power Shut Offs On Windy Days

October 13, 2021

California’s ‘New Normal:’ PG&E Power Shut Offs on […]

Hollywood Stage Employees Union Votes To Authorize Possible Largest Strike Since 2007

Hollywood Stage Employees Union Votes To Authorize Possible Largest Strike Since 2007

October 6, 2021

IATSE, producers at odds over work hours, breaks, […]

Cash 4 College

Cash 4 College

September 28, 2021

Workshops Help Students Access Funds for College (CAMARILLO, […]

Aspen Institute Names Moorpark College A Top 10 Finalist For The 2023 Aspen Prize

MOORPARK COLLEGE THEATRE ARTS Brings Nell Gwynn From Over The Pond And Puts It In The Parking Garage

September 28, 2021

Moorpark, CA – The Moorpark College Theatre Arts […]

More Businesses Leaving California In 2021 Than In Any Other Year Prior According To New Analysis

More Businesses Leaving California In 2021 Than In Any Other Year Prior According To New Analysis

September 1, 2021

CA lost 74 businesses in the first half […]

Los Angeles City Council Passes Sweeping Anti Homeless Camping Ordinance 13 2

Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Passes Legislation To Add 25,000 Homeless Housing Units By 2025

August 12, 2021

‘A Way Home’ initiative legislation expected to be […]

Concert For The Cats

Concert For The Cats

August 2, 2021

America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College Partners with […]

Open House And Registration Fair At Pierce College

Open House And Registration Fair At Pierce College

July 26, 2021

INVITES STUDENTS BACK ON CAMPUS TO GET READY […]

Evacuations Underway As Californias Largest Wildfire Spread

Evacuations Underway As California’s Largest Wildfire Spreads

July 26, 2021

California’s largest wildfire, the Dixie fire in Butte […]

Los Angeles City Council Passes Sweeping Anti Homeless Camping Ordinance 13 2

Los Angeles City Council Passes Sweeping Anti-Homeless Camping Ordinance 13-2

July 5, 2021

Ordinance to be voted on again later this […]

It Is So Dry In California That The Drinking Water Is Literally Starting To Taste Like Dirt

It Is So Dry In California That The Drinking Water Is Literally Starting To Taste Like Dirt

July 2, 2021

What would you do if the water coming […]

PGE Announces Massive 18 Rate Hike Proposal

PG&E Announces Massive 18% Rate Hike Proposal

July 1, 2021

Rate hike would bring in an additional $3.6 […]

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U Cast Studios covers a variety of different topics including issues that impact Los Angeles County and Ventura County. Millions of people call one of the cities in these counties home, and we want to highlight stories and facts about this area.