borderline bar and grill

Hundreds of people pack an Agoura Hills nightclub.  The Canyon Club is known for the famous rock music bands it brings to the region.  But, it’s also served as a temporary home for the Borderline Bar and Grill, the popular Thousand Oaks country spot which remains closed since the November 7th attack which took 12 lives.

Federal prosecutors say the man responsible for the Borderline Bar and Grill shootings may have had some drugs improperly prescribed by an Orange County doctor.

Investigators say Dzung Ahn Pham of Tustin was improperly prescribing opioids, and that some of the drugs he prescribed were responsible for at least five overdose deaths.

In a Ventura County art museum, Jean Saunders has just finished writing something on a triangular piece of cloth. She’s preparing to hang it on what looks like clotheslines running through the middle of  the California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks. 

It’s a work-in-progress piece of art, created by the public in response to the November 7th Borderline Bar and Grill attack in Thousand Oaks which left 12 victims dead.

The makeshift memorial that’s become one of the focal parts for people remembering the victims of the Borderline Bar and Grill attack is being moved this weekend.

The memorial sprang up at the corner of Moorpark Road and Rolling Oaks Drive right after the November 7th attack.

Authorities say that a law enforcement officer who died trying to stop a gunman who had gone on a rampage at a Thousand Oaks club was killed by friendly fire.

Ventura County Sheriff's Sergeant Ron Helus died as the result of a tragic mistake.

In the wake of the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting which led to the deaths of a dozen people, a legislator from Ventura County introduced a new bill which tries to address some gun violence issues.

AB 12 calls for beefing up tools to limit gun ownership among people with mental health issues. It also would help fund efforts by law enforcement agencies to recover weapons.

The bill was introduced by Democratic Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin of Thousand Oaks.

It’s agony no one should have to face. It’s a pain that the families, and friends of the 12 victims of the Borderline Bar and Grill attack are still trying to come to terms with. Susan Orfanos talks about her 27 year old son, Tel Orfanos, who died in the November 7th shootings.

It’s a question still without an answer. Why did Ian David Long go on a rampage at a Thousand Oaks bar which led to 12 people being murdered? Authorities released some new details about the November 7th attack, but admit we still don’t have the answer to the big question of why it happened.

He’s being remembered as a hero, a person who gave his life to try to save others. Ventura County Sheriff’s Sergeant Ron Helus is one of the 12 victims of the November 7th shooting rampage in Thousand Oaks at the Borderline Bar and Grill. Helus died trying to stop the gunman.

KCLU’s Lance Orozco reports thousands of people were on hand for a memorial service yesterday in Westlake Village for the fallen officer,

It’s the hardest day of Jason Coffman’s life. It’s the day Jason is saying goodbye to his son, Cody, who was one of the 12 victims of the Borderline Bar and Grill attack November 7th. Jason says no father expects to be burying their son.

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is sponsoring a very special effort to help the families of victims of the Borderline Bar and Grill shootings in Thousand Oaks.

The agency is collecting cards, letters, and care packages for family members. Officers are visiting the families daily to take care packages to them.

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Memorial service plans have been set for the Ventura County Sheriff’s sergeant who died trying to stop the gunman who went on a rampage at a Thousand Oaks club last week.

Sergeant Ron Helus will be honored at a public service Thursday at Calvary Community Church in Westlake Village. The noon service will be open to the public, but people are being advised to come early because of the large turnout expected.

We are continuing to learn more about the November 7th shooting rampage at a Conejo Valley bar which left 12 people, plus the man who was the gunman dead. Survivors describe a scene of terror and confusion at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks.

But there were also some amazing acts of heroism. KCLU’s Lance Orozco talked with a number of survivors in the minutes following the attack, and has some of their stories.