Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • 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.

  • Hollister Ranch Brush Fire 100% Contained

    [Update]: The brush fire on Hollister Ranch is now 100% contained at approximately 156 acres.

  • Lockdown Lifted for Los Alamos Neighborhood After Suspect Search

    [Update]: The Sheriff's Office has lifted the shelter in place order for a Los Alamos neighborhood following a search for suspects.

  • Critical Injury in Highway 101 Vehicle Rollover

    A driver sustained critical injuries after their vehicle rolled several times on Highway 101 near Los Alamos Monday morning.

  • Foodbank Truck Overturns in Lompoc

    A Foodbank of Santa Barbara County truck carrying 4,600 pounds of food overturned in Lompoc on Monday morning.

  • Burglary Suspects Arrested in Orcutt Neighborhood

    [Update]: Two commercial burglary suspects were arrested following a shelter in place order by law enforcement for an Orcutt neighborhood early Sunday.

  • FBI Searches for Santa Maria Bank Robbery Suspect

    The FBI is searching for a suspect involved in a bank robbery that took place in Santa Maria on Friday.

  • Two Suspects Arrested for Robbery at Ross

    The Santa Barbara Police Department announced the arrest of two suspects involved in the strong-arm robbery of a victim at the Ross retail store last year.

  • Happy Mother's Day Moms!

    The dedicated staff of edhat.com sends a heartfelt greeting to all the moms on this Mother's Day.

  • Two Injured in Highway 101 Rollover Near Orcutt

    Two people were injured in a multi-vehicle collision on Highway 101 near Orcutt Saturday morning.

  • Lompoc Prison Could Delay Reopening of Santa Barbara County

    Santa Barbara County officials are "constantly rebuffed" when trying to aid the outbreak at the Lompoc Prison that could set back the entire county's timeline to reopen.

  • Low-Risk Businesses Now Open for Curbside Service

    Low-risk businesses are open for curbside pickup under the Governor's orders as well as some community pools and graduation services.

  • Second Lompoc Inmate Dies of COVID-19

    The Bureau of Prisons is reporting a second inmate has died due to COVID-19 at the Lompoc facility.

  • Nordstrom Announces Closure This Summer

    The last remaining department store in downtown Santa Barbara announced it will close by August.

  • Vehicle Strikes Pedestrian and Dog Causing Serious Injuries

    A woman and her dog were struck by a vehicle in Buellton on Thursday evening causing critical injuries to the woman and fatal injuries to the dog.

  • Fawn Rescued from Hollister Ranch Fire

    Santa Barbara County firefighters have rescued a fawn on Thursday from the Hollister Ranch brush fire.

  • Expanded COVID-19 Testing Shows Increase in Positive Results

    Due to increased testing capabilities, the Public Health Department reports 70 new COVID-19 cases with the majority related to the Lompoc prison outbreak.

  • Two Acre Brush Fire Controlled Near Nojoqui Grade

    Santa Barbara County firefighters have successfully knocked down a two-acre brush fire near Nojoqui Grade.

  • Public Health Seeking COVID-19 Responders

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department is inviting community members to join the COVID-19 response through a variety of staff and volunteer opportunities.

  • Ninth COVID-19 Related Death in County

    The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department reports the ninth COVID-19 related death and eighteen additional cases.

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