Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Two Men Arrested for Gang Enhancements and Felonies

    Santa Barbara Police arrested two men for a number of felonies and gang enhancements.

  • Man Arrested for Hiding in Downtown Elevator with Knife

    A man was arrested last week for hiding in a downtown parking garage elevator with a knife.

  • Coast Guard Rescues Two Men Near Anacapa Island

    A Coast Guard helicopter and boat crew located and rescued two men in the vicinity of Anacapa Island, Wednesday evening.

  • New Medicine Disposal Kiosks Now Located Across County

    Santa Barbara County MED-Project has installed kiosks at 18 locations throughout Santa Barbara County for safe disposal of medication.

  • Community Invited to Montecito Recovery Meeting

    The community is invited to hear the latest information about the Montecito Recovery and Rebuilding effort on May 23.

  • Traffic Lights Keep You Moving

    Did you know that 85 of the City of Santa Barbara's 118 traffic signalized intersections are synchronized? 

  • Ellwood School Locked Down After Transient Barricades in Bathroom

    A transient was arrested following a lockdown at Ellwood Elementary School in Goleta on Wednesday morning.

  • Bobcat Sighting in Goleta

    An edhat reader shares a video of a bobcat seen cruising through their backyard in Goleta.

  • Trains Delayed Wednesday Due to Railcar Fire in SLO

    Trains are expected to be delayed due to a suspicious early morning railroad car fire in San Luis Obispo.

  • Shoplifting Suspect Injures Deputy While Fleeing

    A shoplifting suspect injured a Sheriff’s Motor Unit while fleeing the scene and was apprehended by deputies.

  • Four Teenagers Arrested Following Alleged Burglaries

    Four male teenagers were arrested in Santa Maria for alleged residential burglaries.

  • Summer Adventures for Adults Right Here at Home; Registration Now Open at SBCC School of Extended Learning
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    Summer Adventures for Adults Right Here at Home; Registration Now Open at SBCC School of Extended Learning

    If a grand expedition or safari is out of the question this summer, SBCC School of Extended Learning is the perfect spot for adult students, professionals and retirees to fill their summer bucket lists. The benefits of nature take a front seat this summer – indoors and out – with a host of classes to help students experience nature. The two six-week summer sessions include 636 tuition-free and fee-based offerings to enhance student abilities and even capture the beauty of the outdoors through art and photography.

  • Rooftop Sip & Swirl Wine Series
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    Rooftop Sip & Swirl Wine Series

    Finch & Fork and the Canary Hotel are kicking-off a sun-filled summer with the return of their popular wine tasting series, Sip & Swirl. Locals and guests are invited to taste some of the region’s best wineries set to stunning views from downtown’s premier rooftop terrace.
     

  • Child Molester Sentenced 62 Years to Life in Prison

    A convicted child molester was sentenced 62 years to life in prison on Tuesday.

  • Brad Paisley and Ellen DeGeneres Perform at Benefit Concert

    Country singer Brad Paisley and television host Ellen DeGeneres performed at the Santa Barbara Bowl on Saturday to benefit Montecito Mudslide victims.

  • Economic Forecast Project’s 2018 Summits

    Slow local recovery and uncertainty with international trade took center stage at the Economic Forecast Project’s 2018 summits.

  • Amgen Tour of California Soars Through Santa Barbara

    The state-wide bicycle race, Amgen Tour of California, came and went through Santa Barbara on Monday.

  • Sheriff's Blood Drive on Thursday

    Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office is holding a blood drive this Thursday at their headquarters.

  • Sirens on Carrillo?

    I'm hearing so many sirens near Carrillo around 11:05 p.m. Monday, what's up?

  • Deadline to Register to Vote is May 21

    The deadline to register to vote is Monday, May 21 to be eligible to vote in the June 5, 2018 Statewide Direct Primary Election.

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