Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • American Idol to Host Open Call Auditions in Santa Barbara

    ABC's hit television singing competition "American Idol" is coming to Santa Barbara hosting live auditions on August 23. 

  • Salt Lake City Connection Commences at Santa Barbara Airport

    Delta Airline's direct service to Salt Lake City from Santa Barbara's airport is now in effect. 

  • Brush Fire Contained Near Casmalia

    Santa Barbara County Firefighters contained a 3-acre brush fire near Casmalia early Monday afternoon.

  • One Adult, Four Children Injured in Highway Collision

    A total of five people, four of them children, were injured in a single-vehicle collision near the Los Carneros offramp Monday afternoon.

  • Neon Sign to Stay at Institution Ale

    A recent decision by the Historic Landmarks Commission approved Institution Ale's large indoor neon sign after some controversy.

  • Hazmat Contains Liquid Asphalt Leak

    A Santa Barbara County HazMat team responded to a liquid asphalt leak in Santa Maria on Saturday.

  • Cat of the Week: Pinto

    Meet Pinto, a squishy and lovable kitty who's ready for adoption.

  • Forward Progress Stopped in Grass Mountain Brush Fire

    Santa Barbara County firefighters have stopped the forward progress of a brush fire near the Grass Mountain Trailhead.

  • Marborg Stryofoam Drop-Off Now Available

    MarBorg Industries and Heal the Ocean have created a pilot program for a drop-off Styrofoam recycling in Santa Barbara.

  • Sunset Reggae Cruise with Pato Banton

    Sunset Reggae Cruise with Pato Banton


    A two and a half hour cruise on the Condor Express with Reggae music from Pato Banton and the Now Generation.

    A sumptuous dinner will be served by the Palace Grill.

    Reggae on the water hosted by the Cool Ruler from 92.9 KJEE on Saturday, September 28th (Sept 21st has sold out!).

    Boat departs at 6:00 p.m. SHARP!

  • California Sued Over Sen. Jackson's Law Requiring Women on Corporate Boards

    A conservative activist group filed a lawsuit against the State of California on Friday over the recent requirement for women on corporate boards.

  • Sidewalk Work on the Westside?

    Is the City of Santa Barbara paying for the sidewalk work that's being done on the westside?

  • Helicopter Evacuates Injured Elderly Man from Guadalupe Dunes

    A rescue helicopter medically evacuated an injured 70-year-old man from the Guadalupe Dunes Thursday morning.

  • CHP Pulls Over Teen Driving 126 mph on Highway 101

    California Highway Patrol cited a 16-year-old for driving 126 mph on Highway 101 in Carpinteria early Wednesday morning.

  • Wildfires Are 500% Larger Due to Climate Change

    A new study reports that California's wildfires have increased by 500% in annual burned areas.

  • Art Comes to Life at Fiesta Finale

    John E. Profant Foundation for the Arts hosted their 20th anniversary of "Fiesta Finale" on Sunday at El Paseo.

  • Santa Barbara County Approves Community Choice Energy

    Santa Barbara County and local city officials vote to pursue the formation of a City-run Community Choice Energy entity.

  • Local House Rep. Carbajal Supports Trump Impeachment

    Local Congressman Salud Carbajal announced Friday he supports an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.

  • Former Kmart Building Evacuated for Gas Leak

    A gas leak in the former KMart building in the 6800 block of Hollister Ave in Goleta prompted evacuations Tuesday morning.

  • Accused Millionaire Murderer Who Escaped in Santa Barbara Arrested in Mexico

    A Southern California millionaire fugitive accused of murdering his wife who escaped in Santa Barbara in 2015 was arrested in Mexico on Sunday.

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