Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Two Santa Barbara City Councilmembers Confirmed

    Two Santa Barbara City Councilmembers have maintained their seats without facing an election.

  • Body of Missing Elderly Man Found in Lompoc

    The body of 94-year-old Donald Bishop was found in a Lompoc riverbed on Wednesday six days after he was reported missing.

  • Carpinteria Cannabis Farm Gets Green Light

    Santa Barbara County supervisors unanimously approved a cannabis farm project in the Carpinteria Valley during an appeal on Tuesday.

  • Package Thief Identified as Pismo Beach Woman

    A Hope Ranch package thief caught on surveillance camera was arrested and identified as a 22-year-old Pismo Beach woman.

  • Wind Advisory Through Thursday Morning

    The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory through Thursday morning while Fire Departments prepare for the worst.

  • Orcutt School District Settles Lawsuit After Teacher Allegedly Hit Student

    The Orcutt Union School District has settled a lawsuit after a teacher allegedly hit and bullied a student.

  • Sunset Reggae Cruise with Pato Banton - Night 2

    Sunset Reggae Cruise with Pato Banton - Night 2

    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 with its final show on Saturday, September 28th.

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

  • Vehicle Collides with Tree Injuring One

    A 21-year-old male was injured after his vehicle crashed into a tree off Highway 101 near El Sueno Road Tuesday afternoon.

  • U.S. Tests Formerly Banned Missile from San Nicolas Island

    The U.S. military conducted a flight test of a banned missile off San Nicolas Island on Sunday afternoon.

  • Santa Barbara Man Killed in Arroyo Grande ATV Crash

    [Update]: The Santa Barbara man who was killed in an ATV  in Arroyo Grande Friday evening has been identified.

  • No Charges Filed Against Man Who Found SLO Police Chief's Gun

    San Luis Obispo District Attorney announced no charges will be filed against the man who found SLO Police Chief's gun in a public bathroom.

  • Firefighters Contain 1 Acre Brush Fire Near Sisquoc

    Santa Barbara County firefighters contained a one-acre fire near a vineyard in Sisquoc on Sunday afternoon.

  • Man Trapped in Rollover Vehicle Crash

    Santa Barbara County firefighters rescued a man trapped in a van after a rollover vehicle collision on Highway 101 Sunday morning.

  • Sheriff's Deputies Raid Cannabis Farm Near Sweeney Fire

    A commercial cannabis grow was raided by Sheriff's Deputies near Lompoc Wednesday evening after firefighters protected it from a brush fire.

  • Firefighters Help Pup Stuck in Kitchen Sink

    Santa Barbara County firefighters helped free a local pup whose paw became stuck in the kitchen sink during a bath.

  • Brush Fire in Highway 101 Center Divider Near Los Alamos

    Santa Barbara County firefighters are working on a small brush fire in the center divider of Highway 101 near Los Alamos.

  • Sip and Chat: Neurological Conditions and Pilates

    Sip and Chat: Neurological Conditions and Pilates

    Please join us to chat about what Pilates movement can do for people with Neurological conditions. Please share with family or friends who may be interested or dealing with these issues in their lives.  Aligned Pilates works with clients privately and will be adding group classes for Neurological conditions as well.  Meg is a wealth of information!

    Date: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

    Location: Aligned Pilates Studio

    1516 Chapala Street, Santa Barbara

    More info here

  • Police Searching for Armed Suspects in Patco Jewelers Robbery

    Santa Barbara Police are still looking for suspects involved in the armed robbery of Patco Jewelers Fiesta weekend.

  • Pacific Standard Magazine Shuts Down After 10 Years

    Santa Barbara-based magazine, Pacific Standard, plans to shut down on Friday after 10 years of publication. 

  • More Mesa Listed for $65 Million

    The 265 acres of coastal land known as "More Mesa" is back on the market for $65 million.

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