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  • Fourth of July Fireworks Cancelled

    The City of Santa Barbara has cancelled this year's annual fourth of July fireworks display due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Board of Supervisors Vote to Move Forward with Reopening

    The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors agreed to move forward with submitting an attestation plan to the Governor to reopen more local businesses.

  • Officials Discuss New COVID-19 Cases, Reopening, and Remdesivir

    Santa Barbara County Public Health officials discussed the plan to reopen the county, new COVID-19 cases, and therapeutic drug Remdesivir during Monday's press conference.

  • Local Mayors Address Community Concerns

    Santa Barbara and Goleta mayors posted separate videos addressing their resident's concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Governor Newsom Eases Reopening Requirements

    Governor Gavin Newsom announced new criteria for reopening economies, easing the requirements for California counties.

  • ACLU Files Lawsuit on Behalf of Lompoc Prison Inmates

    A class-action lawsuit has been filed by the ACLU on behalf of inmates at the Federal Penitentiary in Lompoc for alleged mistreatment during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Two Injured in Santa Maria Traffic Collision

    Two people were injured in a multi-vehicle traffic collision on Highway 135 in Santa Maria on Monday.

  • Early Morning Vehicle Collision in Santa Maria

    A motorist required extensive extrication from a vehicle collision in the Santa Maria Valley early Monday.

  • 56 New COVID-19 Cases

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports 56 new COVID-19 cases within the county.

  • Newly Released Lompoc Inmate with COVID-19 Skips Rest of Isolation

    A COVID-19 positive inmate from the Lompoc Prison walked out on the remainder of his self-isolation period after completing his sentence. 

  • 15 New COVID-19 Cases Reported

    Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reported an additional 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county on Friday.

  • Fourteen New COVID-19 Cases Reported

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports fourteen new COVID-19 cases, with one of those related to the outbreak in the Lompoc Prison.

  • Corona Virus Models: What Can We Expect with the New States Reopenings
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  • Vehicle Fire Near Windy Gap

    Santa Barbara County firefighters extinguished a vehicle fire that was spreading into the brush on Highway 154 Wednesday evening.

  • Supervisors Approve Letter to Governor to Exclude Prison from County Cases

    The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved writing a letter to Governor Gavin Newsom to review stay-at-home order restrictions in light of the unique outbreak at the Federal Penitentiary in Lompoc.

  • 10 New Confirmed COVID-19 Cases

    Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports an additional 10 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county, bringing the total to 1,371.

  • Bear Captured and Released After Wandering in Lompoc Neighborhood

    A 300-pound bear was captured and released after it was found wandering a Lompoc neighborhood early Tuesday morning.

  • No, COVID-19 is Not the Flu Says Public Health Officer

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Officer stated COVID-19 is not simply the flu, but a much more contagious and deadly virus.

  • New Website Tracks Senior Hours for Local Businesses

    A Santa Barbara resident created a new website to track shopping hours for Seniors only.

  • COVID-19 Cases Increase as Lompoc Prison Remains an Issue

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department confirmed a total of 1,362 COVID-19 cases as the outbreak with the Lompoc Prison remains a large issue.

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