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Daily Edhat - 10/13/12
updated: Oct 13, 2012, 6:00 AM

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Today's Weather - Saturday: Partly cloudy in the morning, then clear. High of 73F. Winds from the South at 5 to 10 mph.
Saturday Night: Clear. Low of 57F. Winds less than 5 mph.

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October 13, 2012- Stormy Harbor

The forecast has called for a rain storm to hit Santa Barbara. As of yet, we haven't felt much of the rain, but the dark ominous clouds do make for some great photos. Keep your umbrellas near but flip flops handy, we're not sure which way the weather will turn!

In the news: The Santa Barbara Police Association releases a statement about Kasi Beutel, the District Attorney shares information on recent convictions, and a new wave of vintage local photos stump Edhat Readers. Read these stories and more, below.

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Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 10/12/12

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245 Stabbing Investigation at Cottage Hospital, A stabbing victim was bought to Cottage hospital

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Injury traffic accident vehicle vs juvenile Mission at Chino streets.

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Marco Farrell submitted a photo of the ISS zooming over Santa Barbara tonight.[pic]

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The Santa Barbara Police Association have submitted a press release to Edhat backing their support of Officer Kasi Beutel.

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Can anyone recommend the best divorce attorney in town? Someone that's easy to work with and understands a man's point of view.

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Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce E. Dudley announced today that Jessica Lynn Orca was convicted of 15 felony charges related to real estate fraud.

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A subscriber sent in more photos of Santa Barbara in the old times. Can you guess where they were taken and when?

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Be on the lookout for a suspicious person with a lot of five and one dollar bills or silver. Another restaurant was hit and that is basically...

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A subscriber sent in a vintage post card of the Santa Barbara Harbor from 1956. [pic]

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Larry Callahan passed away from cancer early Wednesday. He started Santa Barbara Olive Company from his one car garage in the 80's. He also started Blenders in the Grass in IV back in 1989.

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Dog running on the freeway just before Mission street Northbound.

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White French Poodle in traffic Alisos at Carpinteria in traffic.

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Do any other Santa Barbara Cox Internet users experience outages on a regular basis? It seems to happen nearly every night for me around 9pm and it is becoming very frustrating.

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Engines 11 and 17 were deployed for a medical emergency on the beach below Del Playa.

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A subscriber takes in the views of Butterfly Beach before the storm. [pic]

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Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce E. Dudley announced the plea today of Franklin David Marquez and Sisy Aragon.

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Caltrans will continue widening northbound and southbound US 101 and construct the La Conchita Pedestrian Undercrossing and Bates Road in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties.

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Hikers were recently rescued by County Air Support and Search and Rescue crews.

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Roger has the scanner reports. Stuck Elevator UCSB.

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A Brush Fire has been reported near 100 Invocation Place in Carpinteria. Carp Fire is responding, they report it as a small.

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It's time for another Flash Friday and Ed wants to see what you have in your pockets.

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The Aquaholic takes on storm clouds over the Harbor. [pics]

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Can anyone recommend a hostel or extended stay in the Santa Barbara and Ventura areas?

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Montecito Fire Chief, Chip Hickman, discusses a third fire station on Montecito's east end.

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A subscriber traveling overseas caught an interesting video of students protesting in Granada, Spain. [vid]

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BonNeta Russon died unexpectedly at home in Santa Barbara on October 8, 2012. She was born December 2, 1932, in Lehi, Utah to Ben and Blonda Russon.

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Use this thread to share any info about today's commute. Slow? Fast? Accidents? Cool links you use to navigate the morning drive?

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---- Events Today ------------------------------------

DAWG 21st Birthday Party - DAWG Reaches Goal of 300 Lives Saved in 2012-Celebrates with 21st Birthday Party. On October 13th, from 11-4pm we will celebrate 21 years and thousands of lives-canine and human-changed forever. The event will feature a food truck festival, family-friendly carnival games and bounce house, silent auction, live music by Bad Jack, The Alastair Greene Band, False Puppet, Big in Japan, Swampcock, and of course-adoptable dogs." Grossheider explains. The event will be hosted at DAWG-5480 Overpass Road in Santa Barbara.

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Keep Art Alive Fundraiser for Kids! - A silent fine art auction for The Purple Crayon Art Scholarship Fund. The auction showcases over 100 local artists and businesses.

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Santa Barbara Poetry Series - Barry Spacks, Ellen Chavez Kelley, Paul Fericano read from their new books at Contemporary Arts Forum. $5.00 General, $3.00 Students. Time from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

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Taste of Hope - Join Peoples' Self-Help Housing for the 3rd Annual Central Coast Taste of Hope on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2012 from 2:00 5:00 p.m. in the outdoor courtyard of the beautiful Santa Barbara Historical Museum, 136 E. De la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara (Sunday, October 14, 2012)

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The Estrada Brothers, Live at Soho! - The Santa Barbara Jazz Society presents Ruben and Cougar Estrada and the Estrada Brothers in concert at SOhO on Sunday, October 14 from 1 to 4pm. (Sunday, October 14, 2012)

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John & Jen - John and Jen: Set against the background of a changing America between 1950 and 1990, this truly original musical takes a look at the complexities of relationships between brothers and sisters and parents and children. Performed at Center Stage Theater October 4-14 (Thurs-Sun). For more information, visit www.outoftheboxtheatre.org. (Sunday, October 14, 2012)

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Old Time Fiddlers' Convention - It's time to get with the music and bring your own! The 41st Annual Old Time Fiddlers' Convention and Festival is this weekend, Sunday, October 14, 10 to 5:30 at Rancho La Patera and Stow House in Goleta. 304 N. Los Carneros Rd. (Sunday, October 14, 2012)

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Cancer Center's 20th Annual Walk/Run - Walk, run, skip, or jog as we raise $200K in support of local cancer research at the Cancer Center of Santa Barbara! The family-friendly event will begin and end at Montecito Union School and includes: a 10K Run at 8a.m.; a 5K Walk/Run at 8:30a.m; and a Kids' Fun Run at 10a.m. Participants are invited to stay for a delicious, complimentary brunch buffet provided by the Four Seasons Resort (Sunday, October 14, 2012)

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Fixing the Global Economy - On Wednesday, October 17, 2012, The Center for Global Dialogue presents a public forum, "Fixing the Global Economy: Austerity, Stimulus, or What?" The free event will feature two speakers, Benjamin J. Cohen, the Louis G. Lancaster Professor of International Political Economy at University of California, Santa Barbara and Peter Naylor, Professor of Economics and Finance at Santa Barbara City College. (Wednesday, October 17, 2012)

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Crime and Punishment - The show runs October 4 to 21, 2012 at the Ensemble Theater. Performances are Tuesday through Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 2 and 7pm. Get your tickets now! (Sunday, October 21, 2012)

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Genesis West Presents: Endgame! - Opening Night is October 12th! The show runs until October 27th on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm. Located in McDermott-Crockett and Associates Mortuary on 2020 Chapala Street. (Saturday, October 27, 2012)

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WALK NOW FOR AUTISM SPEAKS SANTA BARBARA - Walk Now for Autism Speaks Santa Barbara is a fun-filled, family-friendly event that raises awareness of and support for autism spectrum disorders. It is our single most powerful force in raising funds to support research into the causes of autism, as well as for prevention, treatment, and to provide advocacy for individuals with autism and their families. (Saturday, October 27, 2012)

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Incredible Santa Barbara Sweepstakes - Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra's exciting Raffle Extravaganza with FABULOUS prizes! Win a trip to Maui, New York, or the ULTIMATE Santa Barbara experience. (Friday, November 23, 2012)

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