Articles From : Edhat Staff
Two UC Police Officers at UCSB have filed a lawsuit against five fellow officers and UC Regents for alleged mistreatment.
Over 750 Rancheros Visitadores rode through Solvang for their annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser on Saturday.
Santa Barbara High School's MAD Academy Director will return from administrative leave for the remainder of the year and then will retire following an internal investigation.
Join La Presidenta Barbara Carroll and the Old Spanish Days Board to kick off the upcoming 95th Annual Old Spanish Days Fiesta.
Celebrate at the Carriage and Western Art Museum of Santa Barbara with an all-inclusive evening of amazing food, drinks and entertainment.
Be there for the official unveiling of this year's Fiesta poster and pin, the unforgettable first performances of the 2019 Spirit of Fiesta and 2019 Junior Spirit of Fiesta and end the evening dancing under the stars with cover band King Bee.
La Primavera 2019 is presented by COX Communications.
Popular sandwich chain Ike's abruptly closed their Isla Vista location amid dueling lawsuits before opening their new State Street location.
Could local tire chalking be on its way out? On Monday a federal appeals court ruled that "chalking" tires for parking enforcement violate the Fourth Amendment.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office announced a new Party Registration Program for Isla Vista to reduce negative interactions with law enforcement.
Edhat Santa Barbara will host their 15th Anniversary Celebration Party on Wednesday, April 24, from 5:30-7:30 pm at Carr Winery ( 414 N. Salsipuedes St., Santa Barbara). This is a free, 21 years of age and over, community event that will include light appetizers, birthday cupcakes, a raffle with prizes, and live music. Wine will be available for purchase.
Local law enforcement agencies are thanking emergency dispatchers during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.