Articles From : Edhat Staff
A former Ventura County District Attorney's Office employee avoided charges after being arrested for vandalizing a Black Lives Matter sign in Thousand Oaks earlier this year.
The Santa Barbara City Council voted Tuesday to approve an electric bike-share program for the downtown and waterfront areas.
The Ventura County Fire Department found that two large brush fires within the past year were caused by power line equipment failures.
[Update]: Santa Barbara Police Officers called in an armored vehicle for a high-risk vehicle stop on the Westside Tuesday afternoon.
In a 3-2 vote, Santa Barbara County Supervisors passed an ordinance to allow fines for those violating the Health Officer's Orders regarding COVID-19.
The NTSB stated the Conception boat fire was preventable and Truth Aquatics failed to provide a roving patrol to ensure the safety of its passengers.
A Dos Pueblos High School teacher has won $50,000 in a nationwide contest for Teaching Excellence in Skilled Trades.
A single-vehicle rollover on Highway 154 caused traffic delays on Friday evening.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has identified two separate clusters of positive COVID-19 cases in privately-owned fraternity and sorority houses in the Isla Vista community.
Public Health officials acknowledge a downward trend in COVID-19 case rates within the county but urge caution as Halloween approaches and hot spots pop up throughout the U.S.
Firefighters on Vandenberg Air Force Base responded to a fire that broke out at Space Launch Complex 2 on Thursday morning.
Santa Barbara Sheriff's Detectives arrested a suspect for assault with a deadly weapon that occurred at a large house party on N. San Marcos Road last month.
An unpermitted welding operation caused a small vegetation fire in the Cuyama Valley on Tuesday morning.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports the majority of COVID-19 cases are 20-year-olds and agricultural workers are disproportionately affected by the virus.
[Winners Announced]: Two edhat readers won passes to the virtual third annual NatureTrack Film Festival to view dozens of documentaries and short films from 21 countries.