Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Film Review: The White Orchid

    White Orchid is a noir crime-thriller filmed in San Luis Obispo and Morro Bay that follows a shy private investigator who gets personally involved in a murder investigation.

  • Search Warrants Issued After Disturbing Internet Video

    [Update]: The Sheriff’s Office served multiple search warrants relating to disturbing chatroom posts and videos involving local students.

  • Attorney Rules Officer-Involved Shooting Justifiable

    The Santa Barbara County District Attorney has found the officer-involved shooting death of Bryan Devin Carreno to be justifiable. 

  • Local Law Enforcement Participates in Combating Human Trafficking

    Santa Barbara County law enforcement participated in a Statewide operation to combat human trafficking.

  • Film Festival Kicks Off with Opening Film and Party

    The 33rd annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival is now in full swing after the world premiere of Emilio Estevez’s film “the public” and the Opening Night Gala at Paseo Nuevo on Wednesday evening.

  • Montecito Water District Board Meeting Summary

    The Montecito Water District held a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors on Tuesday.

  • Elderly Man Dies After Being Hit by Drunk Driver

    A 91-year-old Montecito man died from his injuries on Tuesday after being hit by an alleged third-time drunk driver earlier this month.

  • Sheriff’s Deputies Investigate Drive-By Shooting in Buellton

    [Update]: Santa Barbara Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a drive-by shooting in Buellton that occurred on Wednesday evening.

  • Caltrans to Repair Montecito Bridges

    [Update]: Caltrans continues to repair and rebuild several bridges in Montecito.

  • Search Continues for Two Missing in Mudslide

    The Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office confirms that officials are still looking for the two missing people from the Montecito mudslide.

  • 3 Firetrucks Heading Up Carrillo

    Three firetrucks just left their station heading up Carrillo at full speed, does anyone know what they're responding to?

  • Short-Term Rental Survey

    Did anyone else receive a somewhat anonymous email regarding short-term rentals in the City of Santa Barbara?

  • Commercial Cannabis Businesses Applications Available

    The City of Santa Barbara has established an informational website for Commercial Cannabis Businesses applications.

  • Figueroa Mountain Pile Burn Scheduled for Late January-March

    The Los Padres National Forest has tentatively scheduled a Prescribed Burn at Figueroa Mountain by the Pino Alto Day Use Area with a burn window through March 1.

  • Where to Donate Fruit?

    Where can we donate fruit from our backyard trees?

  • Traffic Accident on Highway 101

    An edhat reader reports a traffic accident on Highway 101 southbound at Glenn Annie.

  • Drone Footage of Mudslide?

    Does anyone have drone footage of the mudslide areas in Montecito?

  • Public Health Warns Against Eating Raw Fish and Shellfish

    Santa Barbara County Public Health issued a warning to the public to avoid consuming recreational harvested raw shellfish caught in ocean waters where bacterial levels continue to be elevated.

  • SR-192 Resurfacing Project Continues For Surface Grinding

    A project to resurface a five-mile segment of State Route 192 from ½ mile east of Alamar Avenue in Santa Barbara to Cold Springs Road in Montecito will continue this week.

  • Disposal of Mud and Debris into Sewer System is Illegal

    The Montecito Sanitary District reminds residents that disposing of mud and debris into the sewer system is illegal.

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