Tyler Hersko, Ventura County Star

Tyler Hersko

Ventura County Star

Southern California, CA, United States

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Past articles by Tyler:

Students learn about careers during Hospitality Week

Around 200 students participated in the fourth annual Ventura County Hospitality Week, connecting students with local professionals in various jobs. → Read More

Year-round program pays Ventura County residents to turn in old cars

The local Old Car Buy Back Program pays residents $1,000 for turning in eligible 1997 or older vehicles. The program is designed to lower pollution. → Read More

Album Review: FALLUJAH Undying Light

Fallujah has stripped itself of its fiery edge and produced a record more akin to an overwrought jam session than... → Read More

Independent contractors still have questions after major state ruling

A state ruling redefined how workers are classified by their employers. Some independent contractors are concerned they may have to become employees. → Read More

U.S. Coast Guard responds to whale entangled in buoy near Channel Islands Harbor

Coast Guard officials responded to reports of a whale that was entangled in a buoy Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Woman struck by vehicle, killed in early morning crash

A vehicle collision resulted in the death of a 54-year-old woman near the Ventura County Government Center Sunday morning. → Read More

California Lutheran University staff hold gathering in solidarity with local Muslims

The gathering will occur the day after 49 people were killed in shootings at two mosques in New Zealand. → Read More

Man in wheelchair injured in hit-and-run in Ventura; police seek information on driver

The man was conscious but complaining of pain and suffering from moderate injuries. His injuries were not life threatening. → Read More

Ventura man arrested after report of attempted vehicle burglary

Ventura officers arrested a man for an attempted vehicle burglary early Thursday morning, authorities said. → Read More

Theft of purse results in two arrests in Ventura

Officials received a call that a purse had been stolen at a business in the 6100 block of Telegraph Road at 4:47 a.m. → Read More

Woman arrested in Simi Valley after alleged trespass, scuffle with officers

Simi Valley police arrested a woman on suspicion of felony resisting arrest and misdemeanor trespassing at a grocery store Monday morning. → Read More

After waiting list hits 10-year mark, affordable housing provider Many Mansions closes list

Thousand Oaks-based Many Mansions announced that it will be closing the waiting list for all its properties on Friday. → Read More

Simi Valley police arrest man with drugs, handgun

Officials noticed the suspicious individual at a gas station at 1:17 a.m. → Read More

Oxnard apartment fire displaces at least seven residents; roads closed near scene

Oxnard firefighters responded to a structure fire at an apartment complex Thursday morning. → Read More

How to get free tax help in Ventura County

A handful of changes will impact how you file your taxes during the 2019 tax season, and that may mean you need help. Learn where to get it for free. → Read More

FEMA extends deadline for disaster registration to Feb. 15. Here's how to apply

The deadline was extended due to continued registration, which indicate some are still assessing damage and needed additional time to apply for aid. → Read More

Free home buyer workshop planned Saturday in Oxnard

A HUD-approved Home Buyer Education Workshop will guide attendees through the home buying process. → Read More

Free tow and ride service aims to curb drunk driving on New Year's Eve

There is a spike in impaired driving on New Year’s Eve, which the Tipsy Tow service aims to curtail. → Read More

After the Woolsey Fire, rebuilding will take time, work and money

The Woolsey Fire, which started Nov. 7, destroyed 1,197 homes, impacting an already tight housing market and leaving a long road to recovery. → Read More

Downtown Ventura merchants working for a better holiday season a year after Thomas Fire

The Thomas Fire shut down many downtown Ventura businesses ahead of Christmas last year, but merchants hope to make up for that this year. → Read More