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Space X launched Starlink satellites from Vandenberg Space Force Base on Monday night.
The City of Santa Barbara announced Transportation Planning Manager Rob Dayton's retirement Friday afternoon after he'd been on paid leave since May.
[Update]: Firefighters expect to reach 100% control of the Caballo Fire in Santa Ynez by Wednesday evening.
The luxurious Hotel Californian located on lower State Street was just sold to the Foley Entertainment Group.
UCSB Arts & Lectures announced its 2021-2022 season centered around hope, justice, and education.
The Santa Barbara Bowl announced that proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test is required for entry into their venue.
A tourist was reportedly injured after being run over by his own vehicle in Santa Ynez on Wednesday.
The City of Santa Barbara had a 29% increase in hotel tax July 2021, mostly due to the average daily rates being 35% higher than July 2019.
A surf shop in Carpinteria is sharing a video of a customer vandalizing their store after refusing to comply with the county's mask mandate.
[Update]: The Department of Justice has charged a Santa Barbara surf school instructor for murdering his two young children in Mexico.
Old Spanish Days announced their annual Fiesta Pequeña event at the Santa Barbara Mission will be closed to the public and Noches de Ronda at the courthouse will be canceled.