Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • COVID-19 Research Study Yields Five Positive Results

    UC Santa Barbara's research study on detecting asymptomatic cases yielded five positive COVID-19 results in campus participants last week.

  • Marine V-22 Ospreys Visit

    Max captures photos of a military airplane visit to Santa Barbara Airport on Friday.

  • Public Health Looks at Bigger Picture in Rising COVID-19 Cases

    Santa Barbara County Public Health officials state some overall percentages of COVID-19 are decreasing and hospitals are equipped to handle a potential increase of patients.

  • Santa Maria Motorcyclist Dies Following Collision

    [Update]: A Santa Maria man died following a motorcycle collision in Santa Maria on Thursday evening.

  • Personal Care Businesses Allowed to Reopen Friday

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Officer is permitting the reopening of previously closed personal care businesses on Friday.

  • 81 New COVID-19 Cases

    Santa Barbara Public Health Department reports 81 new COVID-19 cases to the county on Wednesday.

  • School Board Approves Resolution by Black Student Youth

    The Santa Barbara Unified School District's Board of Education unanimously approved a resolution put forth by Black Student Youth in Santa Barbara on Tuesday.

  • Santa Barbara City Council Passes Budget and Declares Racism a Public Health Emergency

    The Santa Barbara City Council passed its fiscal year budget and declared racism a Public Health Emergency on Tuesday evening.

  • Local Resident Catches Identity Thief in the Act

    A local resident recently had his credit card stolen and was able to follow the charges and track down the thief to see him arrested in Montecito.

  • 63 New COVID-19 Cases

    Santa Barbara Public Health Department reports 63 new COVID-19 cases to the county on Tuesday.

  • Longtime Restaurants Close in Santa Barbara

    Local restaurants Dutch Garden and Enterprise Fish Co. are reportedly closing permanently following the shutdown from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Hollywood Producer Charged with Multiple Counts of Sexual Assault

    The Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office has filed felony sexual assault charges against Hollywood Producer David Guillod.

  • Honoring Dads

    The dedicated staff of wishes all dads out there a very happy father's day!

  • Woman Rescued After Falling Near Ellwood Pier

    Santa Barbara County firefighters rescued a woman who fell 30 feet over the cliff near Ellwood Pier on Friday evening.

  • Public Health Concerned by Spike in COVID-19 Cases

    Santa Barbara County Public Health officials are concerned by the increased number of positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the last week.

  • Celebrating Juneteenth

    Today, Santa Barbara honors our local Black community and Juneteenth, a holiday celebrating the liberation of those who had been held as slaves in the United States.

  • Public Health Reports 82 New COVID-19 Cases

    The Santa Barbara Public Health Department is reporting a record high of 82 new cases within the county today.

  • George Floyd Mural Repaired After Vandalization

    A mural honoring George Floyd was vandalized overnight in downtown Santa Barbara and promptly repaired by the artist.

  • Public Health Reports Increase in COVID-19 Hospitalizations

    Santa Barbara County Public Health Department is working with the California Department of Public Health to address its increased hospitalization rates of individuals with COVID-19.

  • Drum Canyon Fire Now 100% Contained

    [Update]: The 696-acre brush fire in Drum Canyon near Buellton is now 100% contained.

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