Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Kristin Smart's Body Recently Moved, Says Investigators

    Detectives investigating the 1996 disappearance of Kristin Smart believe her body was recently moved from the home of the prime suspect's father.

  • Celebrate Earth Day

    Earth Day is this Thursday and the Community Environmental Council is hosting a virtual Earth Day Celebration through Saturday!

  • Santa Barbara County Reaches Orange Tier

    As of Tuesday, Santa Barbara County is officially inducted into the state's orange tier allowing more businesses to open.

  • Truck Crashes Into Goleta Apartment Building

    A truck crashed into a Goleta apartment building early Monday morning prompting a small power outage.

  • Injured Paraglider Rescued from Toro Canyon

    [Update]: Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a paraglider who suffered injuries from a hard landing.

  • Santa Barbara County Nearly 50% Vaccinated

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department stated 49% of residents age 16 and over have received at least their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

  • El Capitan State Beach to Close for One Year

    El Capitan State Beach will soon close for at least a year for construction work starting September 1, 2021.

  • Cliff Erosion in Isla Vista

    A section of bluffs in Isla Vista collapsed onto the beach on Thursday.

  • Southwest Airlines Officially Lands in Santa Barbara

    Southwest Airlines has officially landed in Santa Barbara offering three nonstop destinations for local travelers.

  • Plant ID

    Can edhat readers identify this type of plant?

  • SLO District Attorney Charges Paul Flores and Father for 1996 Murder of Kristin Smart

    The San Luis Obispo District Attorney formally charged Paul Flores and his father Rueben Flores on Wednesday for the 1996 murder of Kristin Smart.

  • San Luis Obispo Sheriff Arrests Suspect for Murder of Kristin Smart

    The San Luis Obispo Sheriff's Office has arrested two people in connection with the disappearance of Kristin Smart nearly 25 years ago.

  • California Pauses Use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine

    Santa Barbara County Public Health is following the CDC, FDA, and state recommendations to pause administration of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Man Pronounced Dead After Falling Off Boat Near Point Conception

    [Update]: A man was pronounced dead after falling off a boat near Point Conception on Sunday evening.

  • Driver Injured in Highway 246 Collision

    A driver suffered major injuries early Sunday morning after their vehicle collided with a tree on Highway 246.

  • Film Review: Climb

    Climb is a documentary centered on Santa Barbara triathlete Neil Myers who was nearly killed in a training accident on Gibraltar Road in 2018.

  • Film Review: Six Angry Women

    The documentary "Six Angry Women" looks deeper into the 1984 New Zealand event where six women kidnapped, beat up, and chained a university lecturer to a tree.

  • Santa Barbara County Could Reach Orange Tier in 10 Days

    Santa Barbara County Public Health officials state if the recent decline in COVID-19 case numbers continues, the county could reach the orange tier in 10 days.

  • Sacha Baron Cohen Receives Outstanding Performer of the Year Award

    Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and Golden Globe-winning actor, Sacha Baron Cohen was awarded Outstanding Performer of the Year this week.

  • Carey Mulligan Accepts SBIFF Cinema Vanguard Award

    Academy Award-nominated actress Carey Mulligan received the Cinema Vanguard Award during the 36th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival this week.

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