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Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 19, 2014 reads comments
A 700-Gallon Upgrade - A new 700-gallon tank will mean more room to swim for some central coast sharks at Cabrillo high school. 1006 12
Santa Maria Police Station - Construction crews are almost finished with the new Santa Maria police station on Bettaravia Road in Santa Maria. 409 add
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 18, 2014 reads comments
Airman Dead at Vandenberg - An airman was found dead in his dormitory resident at Vandenberg Air Force Base on Sunday, reports KSBY. 1341 1
Solvang Man Threatens Power Crew - A 60-year-old Solvang man is accused of threatening PG and E crews at Nojoqui Falls County Park during the recent storm, reports KEYT. 1703 13
Candyman Dr. Could Face 1,500 Years in Prison - Dr. Julio Diaz, aka the "Candyman" who was charged with over-prescribing pain pills that led to patient deaths, will head to trial in May and could receive 1,500 years in prison. 1215 28
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 17, 2014 reads comments
Caruso Issues Statement on Miramar - Billionaire developer Rick Caruso has issued a statement regarding the Miramar Hotel project in Montecito. 3950 88
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 16, 2014 reads comments
Tractor Runs Over Man in Lompoc - An tractor-trailor struck a 40-year-old man in an agricultural field in Lompoc on Monday afternoon. 879 8
Leni Fe Bland Passes Away - Local philanthropist Leni Fe Bland passed away on Sunday at the age of 99.  1634 11
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 14, 2014 reads comments
Santa Claus Pays Surprise Visit to Local 7-Eleven - The 7-Eleven store at 7390 Calle Real in Goleta, got a surprise visit from Santa, reports KEYT. 1019 2
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 13, 2014 reads comments
Police Surround Montecito Home - UPDATE: Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies have a man surrounded in the Montecito area who is refusing to come out from the residence he is in. 3512 25
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 11, 2014 reads comments
Santa Barbara County Man Injured By Cow - Beth Farnsworth reports a 65-year-old man is hospitalized with moderate injuries after being charged and pinned by a cow during a branding operation. 1745 29
Robbery at Goleta Smoke Shop - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies are searching for suspects in Goleta after a robbery occurred at a smoke shop. 1811 11
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 10, 2014 reads comments
Golf Course in Financial Trouble - The Santa Barbara Municipal Golf Course is a few strokes behind when it comes to making its budget, reports KEYT. 1230 40
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 09, 2014 reads comments
Car Crash Leaves One Person Trapped - A two car crash left one person trapped inside the vehicle on Highway 101 around 3 p.m. on Monday. 1412 2
Westside Stabbing - A man was found stabbed late Sunday night near a store in westside Santa Barbara, reports KEYT. 2166 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 06, 2014 reads comments
Raymond Morua PSAs - Raymond Morua, the former congressional aide behind the deadly DUI crash that killed 27-year-old Mallorie Dies, appears in four new PSAs. 2501 30
Coach Remains Charged for Sex with Minor - A former Santa Maria coach and teacher will remain charged for having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old female student. 957 4
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 05, 2014 reads comments
Bomb Threat at Lompoc Shopping Center - Lompoc Police has confirmed that there is a bomb threat in place at a Lompoc shopping center on 1500 North H Street. 683 4
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 04, 2014 reads comments
Arts & Letter Cafe For Sale - The Arts and Letters Cafe, owned by Sullivan Goss, has been put up for sale after 20 years of business. 2413 25
Eastside/Sureno Gang Member Sentenced - UPDATE: Imprisoned gang member Erick Roman was sentenced additional time for an attempted jailhouse murder while supporters rally behind him. 2712 18
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Dec 03, 2014 reads comments
Police Detail Wadford Case - At Monday's preliminary hearing against Aubrey Wadford, Judge Brian Hill ruled there is enough evidence against him to stand trial for murder. 1422 8
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 28, 2014 reads comments
Isla Vista Reaches Out to FSU - Members of the Isla Vista community create a video for the students injured at Florida State University. 894 2
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 26, 2014 reads comments
City Council Re-thinking Oil and Gas Zoning - Carpinteria City Council members are considering future zoning plans for areas known for oil and gas processing, reports KEYT. 668 5
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 24, 2014 reads comments
Fish Thief Sentenced to 6 Months - John Wilson, arrested on felony charges of conspiracy and grand theft for stealing seafood in the Harbor, was sentenced to jail and probation. 2324 9
Ice Skating Rink Breaks Ground - The Ice in Paradise skating arena broke ground on Thursday next to Girsh Park in Goleta. [pic] 1791 25
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 23, 2014 reads comments
Two Men Sentenced 8 Years for Gang Stabbing - Two men were sentenced to 8 years in state prison on Friday for a gang related stabbing that took place in downtown Santa Barbara earlier this year. 1787 14
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 22, 2014 reads comments
UCSB Students Protest Tuition Increase - UCSB students protested the approved UC Regents tuition increase on Thursday by demonstrating in Storke Plaza. 1431 49
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 21, 2014 reads comments
Suspicious Package Came From Mentally Ill Person - The suspicious package that arrived at a police annex building on Tuesday was sent by a mentally ill person living in Orange County. 987 add
UCSB to Build New Housing Development in 2015 - UCSB has announced a new student housing development to break ground early next year on Storke Road and El Colegio as part of their 15-year expansion plan. 1616 31
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 20, 2014 reads comments
SBCC Student Recovering from Fall - A Santa Barbara City College student who fell from a balcony in Isla Vista last month is recovering in Southern California. 1830 9
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 18, 2014 reads comments
Teen Driver Sentenced in Fatal Accident - The District Attorney has settled against the teen driver charged with vehicular manslaughter for hitting and killing a UCSB grad student in Santa Maria this past August.  2034 38
Attempted Sexual Assault in Isla Vista - UCSB sent out a campus alert of an attempted sexual assault in Isla Vista on Saturday night in the 6700 block of Sabado Tarde. 1075 3
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 17, 2014 reads comments
Cayucos Man to be Sentenced Five Years - Jeremy Bordegaray, the Cayucos man shot by Sheriff's deputies last October, will be sentenced five years for possessing methamphetamine, carrying a gun, and stealing a car. 870 4
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 14, 2014 reads comments
UCSB Plans 15-Year Expansion - UPDATE: UCSB is seeking approval for a 15-year expansion plan from the California Coastal Commission for additional housing, students, and staff. 1680 39
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 07, 2014 reads comments
No Changes Made to Dangerous Dog Ordinance - The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors has voted to postpone making any changes to the ordinance regarding "dangerous dogs." 860 23
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 02, 2014 reads comments
Lawsuit Filed Over Edie Sedwick's Image - Movie producer David Weisman has sued Michael Post, the widower of pop icon and Warhol "superstar" Edie Sedgwick. 2376 15
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Nov 01, 2014 reads comments
Teens to be Sentenced in Downtown Gang Stabbing - Two 18-year-old alleged gang members are scheduled to be sentenced on Friday for the stabbing a man downtown in February. 1825 8
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 31, 2014 reads comments
Daily Nexus Retracts Satirical ISIS Article - UCSB's student newspaper, the Daily Nexus, recently retracted their satirical post regarding an ISIS invasion on student housing. 910 11
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 30, 2014 reads comments
Defrocked Pastor Able to Keep Local Ministry - A United Methodist pastor, who was defrocked for officiating his son's same-sex wedding, will retain his ministry after a ruling on Monday, reports the LA Times. 982 38
Homeless Travelers in Santa Barbara - The LA Times recently published an article regarding "homeless travelers" being drawn to Santa Barbara. 3352 63
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 25, 2014 reads comments
SBCC Transportation Group On the Right Road - The Santa Barbara City College transportation group is finally on the right road for campus parking congestion, reports The Channels. 1696 46
No Target For Goleta - Plans for the first Santa Barbara-area Target have fallen through. 3047 79
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 24, 2014 reads comments
Dr. Diaz Sentenced Postponed - Dr. Julio Diaz, aka "Candyman" who was charged with overprescribing pain pills that lead to patient deaths, may have his sentencing postponed again. 783 1
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 17, 2014 reads comments
Whooping Cough at Waldorf - A child has been diagnosed with whooping cough at Waldorf school's lower campus on Nogal Drive, reports KEYT. 2673 80
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 15, 2014 reads comments
Lompoc Woman Names Her Killer - A woman in Lompoc named her alleged murderer before she passed away on Monday evening, reports KEYT. 3964 9
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 14, 2014 reads comments
Injured Skydiver in Lompoc - A skydiver was injured on Monday after experiencing a hard landing near Lompoc, reports KSBY. 971 6
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 09, 2014 reads comments
Beaches Reopen After Shark Attacks - Surf, Wall, and Minuteman beaches have reopened after shark attacks on the Central Coast, reports KEYT. 1048 3
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 06, 2014 reads comments
Possible Great White Shark Attack - Fishermen answered two mayday calls near Point Conception on Friday after a shark damaged a kayak, reports KEYT. 2443 13
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 04, 2014 reads comments
Driver Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal DUI Crash - Kimberly Kreis has pled not guilty to driving under the influence for her involvment in a fatal traffic accident this past April, reports The Independent.  1831 11
Shark Attack Near Wall Beach - A shark attack occurred this week near Wall Beach close to Vandenberg Air Force Base, reports KEYT. 2358 18
Suspected Bank Robber Arrested After Car Chase - The "Hills Bandit" bank robber who allegedly hit two banks in Santa Barbara has been arrested after a high speed chase in Southern California. 3926 16
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 03, 2014 reads comments
Jesse's Shoes & Repair Closing - KEYT reports that Jesse's Shoes and Repair in Goleta is closing after 43 years. 1718 28
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Oct 02, 2014 reads comments
Ponzi Schemer Rejects Plea Deal - David Prenatt, an accused ponzi schemer, has rejected a plea deal stating he received ineffective assistance of counsel, reports The Independent. 1251 9
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 26, 2014 reads comments
Vandenberg Protestor Receives Rehearing - A convicted protestor of Vandenberg Air Force Base has convinced the 9th Circuit Supreme Court to rehear his case. 899 23
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 25, 2014 reads comments
SBCC Groundskeepers Using Less Water - Santa Barbara City College Groundskeepers are doing their part to save water on campus during the drought, reports The Channels. 933 3
Frontier Airlines Suspends SBA Flights - Starting next year, Frontier Airlines will suspend flights from the Santa Barbara Airport to Denver, reports Pacific Coast Business Times. 2052 47
More Mesa Cave Incident Heightens Fears - A recent accident at the More Mesa caves has heightened neighbor's concerns, reports the LA Times. 2150 29
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 22, 2014 reads comments
UC Regents Gives Chancellors Raise - The UC Regents approved pay increases for chancellors, some up to 20%, reports the LA Times. 1437 28
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 21, 2014 reads comments
New Bridge for Goleta Beach - Santa Barbara County approved a replacement project for the entrance bridge of Goleta Park Beach, reports KEYT. 1143 21
Articles from Daily Newsletter on Sep 20, 2014 reads comments
Dario Pini Sues City of Carpinteria - Infamous landlord, Dario Pini, is suing the City of Carpinteria for "excessive" administrative fees, reports The Independent. 2190 34
Accused Murderer Pleads Not Guilty - Nicolas Holzer entered a not guilty plea after allegedly murdering his parents and two sons, reports The Independent. 1609 8
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. 1058 3
Students Allege Mishandling Sexual Assault Cases - Students filed complaints against UCSB alleging administration mishandling of sexual assault cases, reports The Daily Nexus. 1343 24
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. 1556 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. 2402 8
Three Superior Court Judges Retiring - Three Santa Barbara Superior Court Judges are set to retire by the end of the year, reports KEYT. 1754 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. 7544 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. 1913 10
Earthquake Off Carpinteria Coast - Edhat subscribers report a 2.9 magnitude earthquake off Carpinteria on Friday evening. 1139 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. 2815 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. 996 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] 3404 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. 4317 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. 3295 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. 4505 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. 1343 11
Skateboarding Crackdown - Santa Barbara police are cracking down on skateboarders again after receiving complaints about skateboarders on busy sidewalks. 1758 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. 1680 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. 2369 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. 2468 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. 42409 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. 1737 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. 2675 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. 3029 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. 3971 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. 1991 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. 2402 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.
4491 34
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. 5930 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. 2344 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. 1029 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. 2324 6
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. 1048 2
Journalism Website Mission & State Folds - The nonprofit investigative journalism website Mission and State has been shut down, according to the Santa Barbara Foundation. 2395 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. 2753 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. 5245 66
Body Found at Lake Cachuma - Updated Information - Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office are responding to a body found at Lake Cachuma. 4703 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. 982 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. 2630 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. 1808 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. 904 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. 1057 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. 1035 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. 2357 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. 3880 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. 1487 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. 1896 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. 2050 12
Pay Raise for County Management - Santa Barbara County management will receive a one percent salary increase, reports The Independent. 1441 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. 2737 16

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