Articles From : Edhat Staff
Camp Roberts in San Luis Obispo was ruled out Sunday for being a location to isolate cruise ship passengers infected with the Coronavirus.
A large shark was captured on video checking out a group of fishermen off the Santa Barbara coast this weekend.
The Lompoc City Council is set to discuss the cleanup and management of homeless encampments in the riverbed.
Rep. Salud Carbajal, local officials, and environmental advocates celebrated the passage of the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act on Friday.
KEYT reporter John Palminteri has gone viral in local channels for pushing a photobombing selfie taker out of his live camera shot.
The Santa Barbara County Animal Services Director was fired and the department isn't saying why.
The Santa Barbara County Fire Department announced an increase in personnel, services, and equipment in various locations throughout the north county.
MIT Enterprise Forum is hosting a discussion on "Perception and Reality: Using Altered Perception to Create Healthier Reality"
Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2020 / 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: Carrillo Recreation Center, 100 E. Carrillo Street
Family members have set up an online fundraiser to help the four children who lost their parents in Sunday's fatal hit and run collision.
Former Santa Barbara County Supervisor Mike Stoker was released from his region director position at the Environmental Protection Agency this week.
[Update]: The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office is using a helicopter to search for wanted suspects in the Patterson Ave area.