Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Vehicle Crashes in Power Pole Near Orcutt

    Two people were injured when a vehicle crashed into a power pole at a high rate of speed near Orcutt on Monday morning.

  • Santa Barbara Historical Museum Reopens as Outdoor Museum

    The Santa Barbara Historical Museum has reopened as an outdoor museum with the installation of "Project Fiesta: The History of Old Spanish Days."

  • Foxen Canyon Brush Fire Held at One Acre

    [Update]: Firefighters held a brush fire on Foxen Canyon Road to one acre on Sunday afternoon.

  • Dog Rescued from More Mesa Bluffs

    Santa Barbara County Firefighters rescued a dog that was trapped nearly 100 feet over the side of a More Mesa cliff on Sunday morning.

  • Dog of the Week: Jax

    Meet Jax, a pup who enjoys posing in front of Santa Barbara's scenic views and does it all for the 'gram.

  • Public Health Adds 28 Missed COVID-19 Deaths Due to Data Error

    A major data error within the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department led to COVID-19 deaths being underreported by 28 cases.

  • Suspicious Package Deemed Not a Threat on Hollister Ave

    [Update]: The Sheriff's Office investigated a suspicious package on Hollister Ave and Kellogg and found an array of unthreatening random items.

  • 73 New COVID-19 Cases

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department added 91 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday.

  • RV Fire on Highway 154

    Santa Barbara County firefighters extinguished an RV that caught fire on Highway 154 Thursday afternoon.

  • New Development Proposed for Entire Funk Zone Block

    A new development project has been proposed that will demolish and rebuild an entire block in Santa Barbara's Funk Zone.

  • 91 New COVID-19 Cases Added

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department added 91 new COVID-19 cases as the hospitalizations decrease by one.

  • Driver Crashes Into Marsh Off Highway 217

    California Highway Patrol is reporting a vehicle crashed into the marsh off Highway 217 near Sandspit Road towards Goleta Beach.

  • Santa Barbara Allows Citations But Pushes Education of Mask Wearing

    The Santa Barbara City Council is focusing on education and outreach for wearing face masks but approved the use of citations as a last resort.

  • Arts and Lectures Announces Hybrid 2020-2021 Season

    UCSB Arts and Lectures announced their hybrid lineup of virtual and in-person events for their 2020-2021 season with subscription tickets on sale now.

  • 98 New COVID-19 Cases Added to County Total

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department added 98 new COVID-19 cases to the county's total on Tuesday.

  • Small Brush Fire Contained Under Cold Spring Bridge

    Firefighters quickly contained a small brush fire under the Cold Spring Bridge on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Shoe Strike for Climate Justice

    A "Shoe Strike for Climate Justice" demonstration showing the importance of action against climate change was held this past weekend.

  • Lompoc Police Investigating Monday Night Homicide

    The Lompoc Police Department is investigating a homicide that took place in the city on Monday evening.

  • Local Entrepreneur Launches Innovative Menstrual Product

    Professor and avocado farmer creates a new menstrual cup using locally sourced materials and businesses to create a new standard for menstrual cup quality, sustainability, and social responsibility.

  • 260 COVID-19 Cases Added This Weekend

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has added 260 COVID-19 cases since Friday as hospitalizations decrease.

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