Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Golden State Killer Expected to Take Guilty Plea Deal

    The accused serial killer and rapist known as the Golden State Killer is planning to accept a plea deal that will remove the death penalty.

  • Spirit of Fiesta Winners Announced

    Old Spanish Days in Santa Barbara has announced Alena Velasco as the Spirit of Fiesta 2020 and Alexandra Nocker the Junior Spirit of Fiesta 2020.

  • COVID-19 Cases Increase but Health Officer Confident to Reopen

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department announced 61 new COVID-19 cases and two deaths but is confident the county should continue to reopen.

  • Rescue Personnel Respond to Fall Victim Near Painted Cave

    One person sustained serious injuries after falling into a rocky culvert near Painted Cave late Thursday evening.

  • Public Health Confirms 46 New COVID-19 Cases

    Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports 46 new COVID-19 cases with 199 active cases in the county.

  • One Death and 47 New Cases in Two Days

    The Santa Barbara Public Health Department reports the county's sixteenth death and forty-seven new COVID-19 cases from the past two days.

  • Students Voice Concerns to Santa Barbara Unified School Board

    Local students voice their support for the Black Lives Matter demands during Tuesday's Santa Barbara Unified School District Board Meeting.

  • Two UCSB Staff Members Test Positive for COVID-19

    Two UC Santa Barbara Dining Services staff members have tested positive for coronavirus.

  • COVID-19 Outbreaks at Two Skilled Nursing Facilities

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department announced COVID-19 outbreaks at two local skilled nursing facilities and thirty new cases over the weekend.

  • Gyms and Bars Allowed to Reopen Friday

    California will allow gyms, bars, schools, day camps, hotels and professional sports to begin reopening with modifications on Friday.

  • Surfers Paddle Out to Support Black Lives Matter

    Local surfers supported the Black Lives Matter movement with a paddle out in Santa Barbara on Saturday.

  • Delta Stops Service to Santa Barbara Airport

    After less than a year of non-stop service to Salt Lake City, Delta is pulling out of Santa Barbara Airport.

  • Black Lives Matter Protest in Carpinteria

    Students from Carpinteria High School organized a peaceful “Carp for Black Lives Matter” protest on Saturday.

  • Double Fatal Collision in Santa Maria

    Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a double-fatal vehicle collision in Santa Maria on Friday night.

  • Multi Vehicle Collision Near Turnpike Road

    Seven vehicles were involved in a collision with two injuries on Highway 101 southbound at the Turnpike offramp on Friday evening.

  • FBI Continues to Investigate Kym Morgan Murder

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation is continuing the search for the suspect who murdered Kym Morgan in Santa Barbara in 1985.

  • COVID-19 Cases Continue to Increase in Santa Maria

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reported 40 new COVID-19 cases since Tuesday with the majority in Santa Maria.

  • Inspirational Mural on Haley Street

    Another inspirational mural has been painted in the downtown area of Santa Barbara showing solidarity with nationwide protests.

  • Local Musician Writes Powerful Song in Memory of Lives Lost

    Local songwriter and singer Miriam Dance created a powerful song in memory of the lives taken by police brutality.

  • Santa Barbara County Fair Canceled

    The organizers of the 2020 Santa Barbara County Fair held at the Santa Maria Fairpark have canceled this year's events due to COVID-19.

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