Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Fire Station 10 Reaches Important Project Milestone

    The CCC deemed the City's Coastal Development Permit application for the Fire Station 10 project, a new three-bay, single-story fire station needed in Western Goleta to provide adequate fire protection services, complete.

  • Patch Adams visits Valle Verde

    After his wonderful keynote speech at the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation Little Heros Breakfast, Patch Adams stopped by Valle Verde to bring joy and laughter to everyone he met!

  • Crashed C-130 Leaving Santa Barbara Airport

    The massive C-130 airplane that crashed at Santa Barbara Airport last summer is being disassembled and trucked away this week.

  • Highway 101 North Closed

    An edhat reader reports that Highway 101 North is closed near Polo Fields this morning from what appears to be a three car accident.

  • Box Truck Rolls Over Near Milpas

    A box truck carrying empty boxes rolled over on Highway 101 southbound near Milpas early Thursday morning.

  • One Patient Quarantined at Point Mugu Naval Base

    Officials confirmed one person is being quarantined at Ventura County's Naval Base at Point Mugu due to concerns of the novel-coronavirus.

  • Santa Barbara City Finance Director Retires

    The City of Santa Barbara Finance Director, Robert Samario, has announced retirement after 24 years.

  • Former SBCC Student on Trial for Killing Italian Police Officer

    Two U.S. students, one formerly enrolled at Santa Barbara City College, are standing trial for killing an Italian Police Officer during a botched drug deal last summer.

  • Vehicle Crashes Over Harris Grade

    A vehicle crashed over the side of Harris Grade Road in Lompoc on Tuesday evening.

  • March Edness Begins Monday!

    March Edness Begins Monday!

    By edhat staff

  • Happy National Pancake Day!

    Tuesday, February 25, is nationally celebrated by eating pancakes! Find out where to get a free short stack.

  • Ventura Naval Base a Potential Coronavirus Quarantine Site

    Ventura County's Naval Base at Point Mugu has been chosen by the Department of Health and Human Services as a possible quarantine location for the novel-coronavirus.

  • Graduate Students Protest for Livable Wages

    UC Santa Barbara graduate students join in on the protest demanding a cost of living adjustment.

  • Construction Company Owner Gets 9 Years for Fraud

    The owner of a local construction company has been sentenced to 9 years and 4 months in prison for fraud on Thursday.

  • Turnpike Onramp Now Open

    [Update]: Caltrans has officially reopened the Turnpike southbound onramp to Highway 101 following the repair of a sinkhole.

  • Oil Cleanup Begins in Summerland

    An oil cleanup barge arrived off the coast of Summerland on Tuesday to begin the next phase of oil capping.

  • Fundraiser for Woman Killed in Highway 1 Collision

    The family of the woman who was killed in a traffic collision on Valentine's day has created a fundraiser to assist with funeral costs. 

  • Buellton Man Pleads Guilty in Alleged Toddler Kidnapping Incident

    A Buellton man arrested for attempting to kidnap a 2-year-old child from a grocery store has pled guilty to false imprisonment.

  • Two Car Thieves Arrested in Buellton After Search

    [Update with mug shots]: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Deputies arrested two alleged car thieves in Buellton after an extensive search.

  • Small Oil Spill in Mission Hills

    Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a small oil spill in the Mission Hills area on Tuesday evening.

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