Articles From : Edhat Staff
Santa Barbara Public Health Department shared data and models of the COVID-19 pandemic, expressing the extreme importance of social distancing cooperation.
Local leaders held a press conference Tuesday advocating for victims of abuse during the statewide stay at home order due to the coronavirus.
Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports a new total of 192 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the County including 37 health care workers.
Isla Vista Screen Printing has started a "Here For Good" t-shirt campaign to support local businesses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Some areas of Santa Barbara County received over five inches of rain from the recent storm.
The United States Penitentiary, Lompoc is reporting 17 inmates and 2 staff members infected with coronavirus as of Saturday.
The Santa Barbara Unified School District will keep all schools closed through the end of the academic year and provide online learning due to the #coronavirus pandemic.
Local authorities report an increase in domestic violence as non-profits urge members of the public to stay safe while sheltering in place during the coronavirus pandemic.
Two transients who were arrested for assaulting a family on State Street last month are now facing murder charges in the death of a Santa Cruz woman.