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Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 14, 2014 reads comments
Firefighter to Repay Embezzled Money - Robert Perez, the retired firefighter who embezzled money from the firefighters union, is ordered to repay approximately $112,000, reports The Independent. 774 3
Students Allege Mishandling Sexual Assault Cases - Students filed complaints against UCSB alleging administration mishandling of sexual assault cases, reports The Daily Nexus. 1013 23
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 12, 2014 reads comments
Permits Issued for Entrada Project - Construction permits will be issued for the Entrada de Santa Barbara project on lower State Street, reports KEYT. 1254 21
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 11, 2014 reads comments
Family of Dr. Diaz Patient Speaks Out - The family of a man who died under the care of Dr. Julio Diaz, the "candyman" in federal custody, speaks out to CNN. 1912 8
Three Superior Court Judges Retiring - Three Santa Barbara Superior Court Judges are set to retire by the end of the year, reports KEYT. 1491 10
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 09, 2014 reads comments
Fatal Accident In Carpinteria - Updated With CHP Press Release- An early morning crash on Highway 101 near Carpinteria left one man dead. 6751 16
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 07, 2014 reads comments
UCSB Rated Top Public University - UCSB made the list of Top 10 Public Universities by U.S. News and World Report. 1678 10
Earthquake Off Carpinteria Coast - Edhat subscribers report a 2.9 magnitude earthquake off Carpinteria on Friday evening. 892 7
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 06, 2014 reads comments
Man Sues City for Falling Off Wharf - A man with visual impairments is suing the City of Santa Barbara after falling off Stearns Wharf. 2577 54
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 05, 2014 reads comments
Google to Collaborate with UCSB Researchers - Google plans to collaborate with a research team at UCSB to design and build a quantum computing chip. 760 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 03, 2014 reads comments
Construction Workers Injured - Two construction workers came crashing down when a scaffolding fell apart while they were working on Shoreline Drive, reports John Palminteri. [pics] 3130 25
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 30, 2014 reads comments
Montecito Residents Bringing In Water - Several wealthy Montecito residents have reportedly been trucking in water during the drought. 3758 98
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 23, 2014 reads comments
Peanut Butter Recall - Several nut butter brands are being recalled due to potential contamination of salmonella. 2835 12
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 22, 2014 reads comments
Records Show Abuse Allegations of Holzer Sons - Court records were released that trace the alleged abuse of the two Holzer sons who were murdered in Goleta by their father last week, reports the Independent. 4039 27
El Colegio Rd / Ocean Rd Bomb Threat - The SBC Fire Department reported another bomb threat at 3:13 am on El Colegio Rd and Ocean Rd. 1097 11
Skateboarding Crackdown - Santa Barbara police are cracking down on skateboarders again after receiving complaints about skateboarders on busy sidewalks. 1516 44
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 21, 2014 reads comments
Casinos in California Wine Country - A proposed rule change by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs could lead to new casinos in California's wine country. 1474 41
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 20, 2014 reads comments
Possible Death in North County - Updated with Sheriff's Office press release. Roger reports a possible crime scene involving a death in the 6000 block of West Main in Guadalupe. 2087 5
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 18, 2014 reads comments
UCSB Professor Sentenced Probation for Assault - The UCSB professor accused of assault on a pro-life protestor has been sentenced to three years probation. 2128 49
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 13, 2014 reads comments
Multiple Homicide in Goleta - Update with Victims and Suspect Identified: A multiple homicide in Goleta took place late Monday evening. 41437 130
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 12, 2014 reads comments
Sheriff Vans Collide on Monday Morning - Two Sheriff vans and another vehicle collided in a traffic accident on Monday morning in Santa Maria, reports KEYT. 1514 27
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 11, 2014 reads comments
UCSB ID Theft - University of California Santa Barbara's Business and Financial Services Department received reports of check fraud and identity theft. 2144 4
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 04, 2014 reads comments
Neverland Ranch Gearing Up to Sell - The late Michael Jackson estate in Santa Ynez Valley, Neverland Ranch, is gearing up to be placed on the real estate market again. 2646 38
Traces of Ecstasy in Missing Firefighter's Body - Traces of ecstasy were found in the body of an Arcadia firefighter who went missing in the Los Padres National Forest, reports the LA Times. 3571 41
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 03, 2014 reads comments
Plans Unveiled For Miramar - Plans have been released by LA developer Rick Caruso to build a beach resort on the long-vacant Miramar beach property in Montecito, reports the LA Times. 1748 21
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Aug 01, 2014 reads comments
Santa Barbara Sued for Voting Rights Violations - Update: Activists have sued the City of Santa Barbara for alleged voting rights violations, reports the LA Times. 2136 34
Transcript of Mission & State's Final Meeting - Read the transcript of the Noozhawk and Mission and State meeting that led to the site's closure.
 
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Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 31, 2014 reads comments
Four Bars Cited for Serving Minors - Four bar/restaurants in Santa Barbara were recently cited for serving alcohol to minors, reports KEYT. 5695 40
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 30, 2014 reads comments
Convicted Murderer Sues for Alleged Jail Beating - A convicted murderer has sued the County of Santa Barbara and two jail guards for an alleged beating he sustained while at county jail last summer, reports The Independent. 2053 18
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 26, 2014 reads comments
Governing Isla Vista - A town-hall meeting took place on Monday to discuss self-governance of the unincorporated Isla Vista community. 866 18
Mysterious Death of Lompoc Woman - The body of a Lompoc woman was found in La Habra,CA and police are asking the public for information. 1974 5
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 25, 2014 reads comments
Coaches Found Not Guilty of Battery - Two former Lompoc wrestling coaches were found not guilty of battery by a jury in Santa Maria on Wednesday. 875 2
Journalism Website Mission & State Folds - The nonprofit investigative journalism website Mission and State has been shut down, according to the Santa Barbara Foundation. 2178 33
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 23, 2014 reads comments
Gang Injunction Denied by Judge - The gang injunction petition has been denied by Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Colleen Sterne. 2489 37
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 22, 2014 reads comments
Allergan to Close Santa Barbara Facility - Allergan announced earlier this week they will cut 1,500 jobs, including the closure of their Santa Barbara facility. 4654 66
Body Found at Lake Cachuma - Updated Information - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office are responding to a body found at Lake Cachuma. 4471 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 17, 2014 reads comments
Lompoc Settles with Sex Offender - Lompoc City Council has approved a settlement with a registered sex offender who challenged the city's rules on where he can live, reports KSBY. 829 2
Closure of San Miguel Island Questioned - San Miguel Island was closed for a bomb sweep earlier this year, but many are questioning the sudden shutdown by the Navy, reports The Independent. 2404 21
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 16, 2014 reads comments
Fatal Vehicle Accident - A man was killed after the van he was driving flipped near Los Alamos early Tuesday morning, reports KEYT. 1650 1
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 12, 2014 reads comments
Fluctuating Cost for North County Jail? - The Board of Supervisors questioned Sheriff Bill Brown on the estimated cost of the planned North County Jail, reports the Independent. 742 7
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 11, 2014 reads comments
State Agency Water Error - The Central Coast Water Agency was undercharged by the Department of Water Resources to the tune of $9.3 million, reports the Independent. 901 3
Stricter Gun Regulations after Isla Vista Murders - Earlier this week elected officials met in Isla Vista to discuss proposed measures to strengthen gun-control laws, reports The Independent. 863 14
County Sheriff Ending Immigration Holds - Sheriff Bill Brown has stopped the courtesy hold for Immigration and Customs Enforcement on incarcerated immigrants, reports The Independent. 1994 40
UCSB Student Death Most Likely Accidental - The Santa Barbara County Sheriff Coroner has released findings in the death of 20-year-old UCSB student that occurred in May, reports KEYT. 3651 12
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 10, 2014 reads comments
Bait and Switch of Seafood Fraud - Capps and Padilla are pushing two separate bills to combat seafood fraud, reports The Independent. 1314 12
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 06, 2014 reads comments
Fire Captain Sentenced for Embezzling - Robert Perez, the former Santa Barbara County Fire Department employee, will serve three years in State Prison, reports The Independent. 1657 5
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jul 04, 2014 reads comments
Two Candyman Wrongful Death Suits Settle - Two wrongful-death lawsuits against the pharmacies involved in the Julio Diaz "Candyman" case have settled, reports The Independent. 1712 12
Pay Raise for County Management - Santa Barbara County management will receive a one percent salary increase, reports The Independent. 1258 20
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 28, 2014 reads comments
Not Enough Evidence Against Deltopia Teen - A judge has determined there is not enough evidence to charge Los Angeles teen Desmond Edwards with mayhem for the Deltopia riot, reports KEYT. 2524 16
Court Appearance of Isla Vista Man Accused of Rape - Deon Kitt, the 28-year-old Isla Vista resident accused of raping two high school students, appeared in court on Monday, reports The Independent. 2666 1
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 27, 2014 reads comments
IV Shooter's Father Interviewed by Barbara Walters - The father of the Isla Vista mass murderer, Elliot Rodgers, was interviewed by Barbara Walters and will air on Friday evening. 3175 35
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 26, 2014 reads comments
David Lack Faces Fraud Trial - Prominent building contractor David Lack is accused of lying to banks and swindling one Montecito resident, reports The Independent. 3488 23
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 25, 2014 reads comments
Funk Zone Gallery Shut Down - Local artists were prevented by Police from painting their Funk Zone murals this past weekend. 2507 29
Fire Truck Blamed for Crash - A county fire truck driver was found at fault for a head-on collision in Goleta earlier this month. 1989 22
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 21, 2014 reads comments
Macias Found Guilty of Torture - Raymond Macias was found guilty of torture and dealing methamphetamine, but the jury was divided over kidnapping and extortion charges, reports The Independent. 1910 add
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 20, 2014 reads comments
Montecito & SYV Water Woes - Montecito residents are hit with drought penalties and Santa Ynez water has high levels of Chromium 6, reports The Independent. 2564 44
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 18, 2014 reads comments
Kiosk Robber Sentenced 28 Years - A local man arrested in 2012 for a bank heist and robbing parking kiosks has been sentenced to 28 years in prison, reports The Independent. 1582 11
Morua Films Anti Drunk Driving PSA - Raymond Morua filmed an interview for an anti-drunk driving PSA as part of his plea agreement, reports The Independent. 1384 17
Father of Isla Vista Shooter Meets Victim's Dad - Photos have been released of the meeting between the father of Isla Vista shooter Elliot Rodger and the father of victim Christopher Martinez. 4006 28
239 Firearms in Gun Buyback - 239 firearms were received in the Santa Barbara Police Department's Anonymous Gun Buyback, reports the Independent. 1201 16
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 14, 2014 reads comments
Isla Vista Mural Remembers Victims - A mural in Isla Vista was recently updated to remember the six students who lost their lives on May 23rd. 1938 8
Chumash Expand Reservation - Santa Ynez Band of Chumash announce a 6.9 acre expansion of vacant land into the tribe's federal trust, reports SYV News. 1075 20
Hatchet Murderer Awaits State Hospital Release - A Santa Maria man convicted of using a hatchet to murder an elderly man is allegedly ready for release from a state mental hospital after 5 years, reports KEYT. 1257 10
Local Man Causes Disturbance in Carmel - A 51-year-old Santa Barbara man was arrested at a Carmel hotel after making threats and stating he killed Osama Bin Laden. 2534 26
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 13, 2014 reads comments
Sheriffs Release Reports on Elliot Rodger - The Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office has released reports and documents from their interactions with Elliot Rodger, reports KSBY. 4957 54
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 12, 2014 reads comments
Capps Office Responds to DOJ Investigation - Capps' office responds to DOJ probe, calling News-Press allegations "tabloid media coverage," reports The Independent. 2494 57
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 11, 2014 reads comments
SBHS Softball Coach Arrested - A Santa Barbara High School softball coach was arrested for having a sexual relationship with a female player, reports The Independent. 6410 35
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 10, 2014 reads comments
FBI Investigates Capps Office - FBI-DOJ open probe into findings in News-Press investigative series on Lois Capps, reports Peter Lance. 5913 54
Denunzio Arrested Again - Tony Denunzio was arrested again last month after resisting arrest which resulted in the injury of a Harbor Patrol officer, reports The Independent. 4471 41
Great White Shark Warning - After reported sightings of a great white shark, Harbor Patrol has closed Leadbetter Beach, reports KEYT. 4471 32
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 07, 2014 reads comments
Lawsuit Filed in Old San Marcos Road Horse Deaths - A lawsuit has been filed in the Old San Marcos Rd. horse deaths, reports The Independent. 2506 36
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 06, 2014 reads comments
City Budget Incorporates Private Security - The Santa Barbara City Council set aside funds to hire two private security personnel to patrol State Street, reports The Independent. 2080 36
Board Rejects Sheriff Deputy at Chumash - A contract between Chumash Indians and County Sheriff's to provide more law enforcement was rejected by the County Board of Supervisors, reports KEYT. 1258 21
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 05, 2014 reads comments
Santa Maria Police Corruption? - Santa Maria Police Lieutenant fired for the shooting of officer Covarrubias fights to be reinstated, reports The Independent. 1675 9
SBHS Dons Prank Principal - The Principal of Santa Barbara High School was recently pranked by Senior Dons with a mariachi band. [vid] 3366 17
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Jun 01, 2014 reads comments
Taliban Prisoner With Local Roots Released - The Taliban Prisoner with deep roots to Santa Ynez Valley has been released in exchange for five Guantanamo detainees, reports CNN. 2414 24
Spitfire Aviation Fraud Scheme - The owner of Spitfire Aviation has been sentenced with involvement in an insurance fraud scheme, reports The Independent. 2275 33
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 31, 2014 reads comments
Feeney Resigns from Land Trust - Leader of The Land Trust, Michael Feeney, was forced to resign in February. The Independent reports he was arrested for trespassing and disorderly conduct. 3344 15
Isla Vista Survivors Speak Out - Survivors from the Isla Vista shooting are speaking out about the tragedy and their recovery. 6346 12
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 29, 2014 reads comments
Morua Sentenced 20 Years to Life - Raymond Morua was sentenced 20 years to life on Wednesday for his drunk hit and run that killed Mallory Dies, reports KEYT. 2437 23
Lompoc Officer Arrested - Another officer at the Lompoc Police Department is in trouble with the law, reports KEYT. 2186 5
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 28, 2014 reads comments
Isla Vista Memorial at Harder Stadium - Residents and community members gathered at UCSB's Harder Stadium to remember the victims of the tragic Isla Vista shooting. 3548 13
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 26, 2014 reads comments
Rodger's Parents Searched For Son - CNN discovers new information from Elliot Rodger's parents on the night of the murders. 12718 86
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 25, 2014 reads comments
Stand Together With Isla Vista - The recent tragedy in Isla Vista has affected our small town. Stand together with edhat to support the Isla Vista community. 6063 16
Isla Vista Candlelight Vigil - Residents of Isla Vista formed a vigil on Saturday evening for those who passed in the tragic mass murder. [pics] 5663 10
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 23, 2014 reads comments
Mister X Revealed in Gang Injunction Trial - A witness for the City of Santa Barbara's gang injunction trial dubbed "Mister X," revealed his identity by taking the stand on Tuesday, reports The Independent. 2621 10
Fracking Ban Needs Legal Analysis - County Supervisors voted for legal analysis of the proposed fracking ban on Tuesday afternoon. 852 6
Bank of Santa Barbara CEO Steps Down - Eloy Ortega, CEO of the Bank of Santa Barbara, has stepped down as the bank follows new regulations related to the Bank Security Act. 2256 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 18, 2014 reads comments
Scarface House for Sale - The Santa Barbara mansion featured in the film "Scarface" is now on the market for $35 million. 3803 27
Driver Allegedly High in Fatal Collision - The Lompoc woman charged with second-degree murder in a fatal crash last December was allegedly high on nitrous oxide, reports The Independent. 2004 10
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 17, 2014 reads comments
Boy Scouts Ruled to Turn Over Files - The Boy Scouts of America have been ordered to turn over 20 years of personnel files in a sexual abuse lawsuit. 1064 7
Humpback Whale Rescue Video - NOAA officials captured video of a humpback whale rescue off the Santa Barbara coast. 3578 12
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 16, 2014 reads comments
Friends Remember UCSB Student - Friends of Sierra Markee-Winkler, the UCSB student who was found dead on an Isla Vista beach earlier this month, gathered in her memory as new details are released. 4787 11
Gang Injunction Trial Update - The gang injunction trial is nearing the second week and a new character named "Mister X" has emerged as an interesting figure, reports The Independent. 1829 16
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 14, 2014 reads comments
Dos Pueblos Coach Pleads No Contest - Former Dos Pueblos football coach has pled no contest to felony charges of sexual offenses against a teen, reports The Independent. 2753 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 09, 2014 reads comments
Smoking Ordinances Considered - The Goleta City Council is considering instituting smoking ordinances, reports The Independent. 1239 26
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 03, 2014 reads comments
Craig Rudholm's Redemption - The Independent interviewed Craig Rudholm, the Santa Barbara Junior High teacher who mysteriously disappeared in 2012. 3130 8
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 02, 2014 reads comments
District Elections for More Diversity - The City Council is considering a change in the district election system to potentially include more diversity, reports The Independent. 929 15
Articles from Daily Newsletter on May 01, 2014 reads comments
Fired Jail Manager Suing County - Former chief manager of Santa Barbara's new jail is suing the county after being fired last summer, reports The Independent. 1891 19
Accused Molester Hires Hit Man - A Livermore golf coach charged with child molestation is accused of hiring a hit man to kill alleged victims, one being a student in Santa Barbara. 3054 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Apr 30, 2014 reads comments
Potential 45 Years for Ponzi Schemer - Montecito man David Prenatt convicted of fraud charges is facing 45 years behind bars for a Ponzi scheme, reports The Independent. 2627 11
Mallory Dies Supporters Confront Capps - Supporters of Mallory Dies confronted Lois Capps as she arrived to speak at a community forum, reports KEYT. 4682 84
More Defendants Dropped from Gang Injunction - The City of Santa Barbara has dropped 16 of the 27 defendants on the proposed gang injunction, reports The Independent. 1695 12
Chumash Pulls Clippers Sponsorship - Chumash Casino has pulled their sponsorship of the LA Clippers after owner's racist comments, reports KEYT. 1905 54
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Apr 26, 2014 reads comments
Sex Offender Sues Lompoc - A registered sex offender living in Grover Beach who has sued multiple cities in California has added Lompoc to the list, reports KSBY. 1572 11
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Apr 25, 2014 reads comments
County Sheriff Candidates Face-Off - Santa Barbara County Sheriff candidates squared-off at a candidates forum Wednesday night. 1442 27
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Apr 24, 2014 reads comments
Abalone Poacher to be Sentenced - The urchin diver caught with four illegally harvested abalone on a boat in the Harbor in 2012 was convicted by a jury of all seven charges. 3291 29
City Council Defends Gang Injunction - The Santa Barbara City Council voted 5-2 to defend the gang injunction on Tuesday during a public hearing. 1866 30
Dies Family Sues Capps - The family of Mallory Dies, the local woman killed in a DUI hit and run last December, are suing Congresswoman Lois Capps, her former aide Raymond Morua, and the U.S. government in federal court. 3907 91
Triple Fatal 101 Accident Updates - Two teens killed in a triple fatal accident on Highway 101 Monday morning were described as best friends. 6569 7

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