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Daily Edhat - 01/30/14
updated: Jan 30, 2014, 6:00 AM

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTER – 01/30/14
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Today's Weather - Sunny. Highs in the 70s to around 80. Local north winds around 15 mph becoming northwest in the afternoon.

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January 30, 2014 - Fog Ferry

Amidst the thick fog, a gigantic cruise ship appeared in view close to shore. This fog monster emerged as Charles Brewster was on the scene to photograph it.

In local news, Roger reported a drunk subject who brandished a razor blade and stole items downtown, a gas pipe broke on Bel Air Drive, and subscribers talked about SBC Fire Department water hose training. Read these stories and more below.

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HISTORY: This historic aerial photo was taken from over the Courthouse looking west across the intersection of State and Anapamu Streets.

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 01/29/14

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John Palminteri reports that Justin Bieber had eyes on a home in Hope Ranch near Santa Barbara two years ago and may move. [pic]

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A subscriber spotted a drone that was hovering near Home Depot around noon. Does anyone know why it was there?

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A walk on the beach yesterday at low tide, brought out some oft time hidden objects. [pics]

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When I was getting to work just before 7am there were multiple police cars parked on top of the Fairview bridge. What's up?

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Roger reports a crew possibly working the East Side going door to door attemptting to sell items possibly hot or they are up to some other no good.

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Subscribers share [pics] of the cruise ship amidst the fog.

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Roger reports a Code 242: Assault in progress in the 3900 block of State Street, victim is bleeding from the face.

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People have been enjoying great waves this week all up and down the coast. This [pic] was snapped yesterday by Mike Hamer.

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Rollover Traffic Accident on Hwy 101 northbound at the Arrellega off ramp.

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Jenny Doelling, Ph.D (October 19, 1959 - January 14, 2014)

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A subscriber follows up on Tuesday's discussion with a photo of contrails. [pic]

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Possible Structure Fire UCSB Youth Center building 558, FULL FIRE RESPONSE and then some.

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The following is a summary of some of the crime data collected by the Police Department during the months of November and December 2013.

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This was apparently fire hose practice John Wiley flew past, wishing it were actual fire practice. [pic]

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Roger has the scanner reports. Subjects drawing with chalk on the sidewalk in the 900 Block of State Street, warned to stop.

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Around 9:00pm on Tuesday I saw what I think was a shooting star. Did anyone else see it?

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A subscriber is looking for thin bamboo fencing that is five to six feet tall. Where can someone find one of these for relatively cheap.

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Roger reports a Code 40: A drunk brandished a razor blade, stole several items, and locked himself in the bathroom at Ralphs on 100 West Carrillo.

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Gas Pipe Broken outside 1100 Block of Belair Drive Fire department responding..

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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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Understanding Healthcare Reform - Nationally recognized author, educator and speaker on healthcare reform, Bob Hopper, PhD will be presenting, "Healthcare Reform: Understanding the Affordable Care Act," at Santa Barbara City College's Schott Campus on Saturday, February 1st from 9am to 12 noon. The course fee is $15. Pre-registration is encouraged, though same day registration is acceptable on a seat available basis. (Saturday, February 1, 2014)

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MAXIMIZE YOUR CREATIVE POWER™ - Rosanna Savone, also known as The Queen of Courage, is a Self Image Coach, Author and Speaker that supports you in fearlessly loving yourself. Her upcoming book, Answering the Call, (scheduled release currently March 2014) shares her personal struggle with a rare autoimmune disease, Alopecia Universalis, that caused her hair to fall out at 29 years old within 6 months of her wedding day. This caused a deep emotional impact that made her self-image change overnight – and not for the better. (Saturday, February 1, 2014)

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LOVE YOUR MIRROR AGAIN™ - Do any of these sound like you? Every time I look in the mirror, I focus on something I don't like about myself. I'd date more if I lost weight. I'd have more opportunities if love or my career if I were younger. I'd thought I'd be so much further in life by now. (Saturday, February 1, 2014)

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Seminar on Breast Implant Exchange - Dr. Mackenzie will be presenting an evening of discussion about the management of reconstructive and cosmetic breast implants. (Thursday, February 6, 2014)

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Gilbar's Giggles & Guffaws - Speaking of Stories continues its 20th Anniversary season with a performance of hysterical stories, selected by founder Steven Gilbar Feb. 9 and 10. (Monday, February 10, 2014)

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