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The owners of the dive boat that caught fire Monday ultimately where 34 people lost their lives near Santa Cruz Island have filed a lawsuit to potentially limit their liability.
[Update]: Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown reports the 34 victims of the Conception boat fire are believed to have died due to smoke inhalation.
[Updated]: Families and loved ones are confirming the identities of victims who died in the Conception diving boat fire on Monday.
NTSB revealed statements made by surviving crew members aboard Conception while it caught fire Monday, killing 34 passengers.
Santa Barbara County firefighters battled an active structure fire in the 4300 block of Modoc on Thursday morning.
NTSB states they've had a productive first day of investigating the Conception diving boat fire that killed 34 people.
The National Transportation Safety Board announced they would be leading the safety investigation of the Conception boat fire
The U.S. Coast Guard has suspended searches for possible survivors of the Conception boat fire near Santa Cruz island.
Local residents have set up makeshift memorials for the victims of the Conception boat fire at the Santa Barbara Harbor.
Marine biologist, owner of a California-based diving company, and UC Santa Barbara alum Kristy Finstad is believed to be one of the boat fire victims, according to a family member.
Over 2,800 cannabis plants were seized by the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office near Santa Maria after a months-long investigation.
The Painted Cave Fire Volunteer Department must turn over financial records after a local court ruling on Tuesday.
The City of Santa Barbara recently published its 2019 Sustainability Progress Report highlighting projects and initiatives for water supply, renewable energy, and more.