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Daily Edhat - 07/24/14
updated: Jul 24, 2014, 6:00 AM

ARCHIVED NEWSLETTER – 07/24/14
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Today's Weather - Sunny. Highs in the mid 80s to mid 90s. West to northwest winds around 15 mph in the afternoon.

Do You Sudoku? - You can now play the Daily Sudoku on Edhat. How fast can you fill in the blanks?


July 24, 2014 - 'Copter Over SB

Everyone agreed that Max Rosenberg snapped some awesome aerial photos on a recent helicopter flight over Santa Barbara. Our pic of the day is a view of El Capitan; Max also took shared perspectives of Refugio Beach, Gaviota Pier, Hollister Ranch, and more. To see all of his photos, go here.

In local news, the City of Santa Barbara water customers have reduced their water use by 15%, a subscriber reported a small shark sighting off the Isla Vista coast on Tuesday, and edhatters came up with clever and humorous captions for a photo sent in by a fellow edhat reader. Read these stories and more, below.

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WHERE IS IT?: Yes that's right, we're bringing back "Wednesday Where Is It?" and this week is pretty hard. Can you guess where this is?

Here is the Daily Edhat newsletter for 07/23/14

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Updated Statistics by the SBPD - There is a huge police traffic sting on upper State St. Dozens of motorcycle police are giving citations.

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A subscriber shares a [pic] of home improvements on a house that was once renowned for its unusual adornment.

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CNN is looking for photos of dry lawns in city parks and John Palminteri sent this [pic] in showcasing the dog days of summer.

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Roger reports suspicious circumstances of a man cruising around with two young females.

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A subscriber reported a shark sighting off the Isla Vista coast on Tuesday. [pics]

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Due to public health concerns, state and local ordinances pertaining to roving food vending will be strictly enforced.

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There's an elaborate shelter built on Hendry's beach. Does anyone know who lives there? [pic]

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Max shares awesome aerial [pics] from a recent helicopter flight over Santa Barbara.

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ART noticed this gorgeous osprey perched on power lines with a fish in its talons. [pics]

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A reader wonders what benefits people have noticed due to the dry conditions.

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A subscriber found a unique bird on their patio. Does anyone know what it is? [pics]

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Were any edhatters awoken last night by mechanical/construction or similar noise? Anyone know what the source may be?

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A subscriber captured [pics] of a rattlesnake posed to strike.

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An edhat subscriber was at Goleta Beach and noticed an unusual amount of tar.

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A subscriber reports a medical emergency at Stearn's Wharf on Wednesday morning. [pics]

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Roger has the scanner reports. Then she disappeared into the Sportsman never to be seen or heard from again.

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The Coast Guard Cutter was moving along the coast before sunset on Tuesday. [pics]

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An edhatter reports that a spot fire, caused by a car accident, near Hesperia is being put out. [pics]

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The Retired Teachers Association of Santa Barbara held their annual scholarship dinner at Vista del Monte in the spring. [pic]

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A wind advisory is in effect until midnight tonight for the south coast of Santa Barbara.

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The City of Santa Barbara collected approximately $1.67 million in Transient Occupancy Tax revenues in June, a 7.9% increase over the same month last year.

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An edhat subscriber ventured to LA for a Lady Gaga concert at the Staples Center.

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The Santa Barbara County Fire Department reminds people that dehydration can take place quickly and can be dangerous, even fatal.

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Santa Barbara County's first major solar project was unanimously approved by the Planning Commission.

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Share your caption for this photo submitted by an edhat subscriber.

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City of Santa Barbara water customers have reduced their water use by 15%.

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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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Zoo Camp at the Santa Barbara Zoo - Let your child spend some time on the wild side! We welcome your child to the award-winning camps at the Santa Barbara Zoo! Camps run each week through August 22nd. (Monday, July 28, 2014)

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5th Annual Santa Barbara Tequila Harvest Festival - Ascend to the lush grassy hilltop of Elings Park to experience California's premier tequila tasting event. Imbibe from over 50 premium hand selected tequilas and mezcales. Savor gourmet appetizers from top local chefs. Enjoy live musical entertainment and a runway fashion show. (Saturday, August 30, 2014)

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