Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • iV Menus Owner Pleads Guilty to Sexual Assault

    The owner if iV Menus pleaded guilty to several felony counts of sexual assault last week.

  • Dog Rescued from Cliff Fall Thriving in New Home

    The rescued dog who fell off the cliffs of the Douglas Preserve near the July 4th holiday has been adopted by a local family and is now thriving.

  • Holiday Sale on Edhat Gear!

    LAST DAY to order holiday gifts of edhat shirts, bags, and hats with FREE SHIPPING and NO SALES TAX!

  • Sheriff's Lieutenant Arrested for Public Intoxication

    A Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Lieutenant was arrested in Arroyo Grande for alleged public intoxication last month.

  • Residents Urged to Be Prepared for Possible Flooding

    Santa Barbara County held a community storm preparedness meeting at Direct Relief on Thursday evening.

  • City Council Approves New West Beach Hotel

    The Santa Barbara City Council has approved the proposal for a new hotel on W. Montecito Street after revisions include rental units.

  • Lompoc and Oxnard to Receive Grants for Homeless Veterans

    The cities of Lompoc and Oxnard are set to receive grants to give homeless veterans access to supportive housing.

  • Cave Fire Now 100% Contained

    [Update]: The Cave Fire is now officially 100% contained as of Saturday at a total of 3,126 acres.

  • Santa Barbara Ranked 10th Best Small College City

    Santa Barbara has been ranked as 2020's 10th Best Small College City in America

  • New Report Shows Rental Housing Costs Rising Faster Than Income

    A local advocacy group released a report on the housing crisis and found the cost of renting is rising faster than income in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.

  • Buellton Asks County to Regulate Cannabis in Santa Ynez Valley

    The City of Buellton passed a resolution on Thursday requesting the Board of Supervisors to take action to regulate commercial cannabis cultivation in the Santa Ynez Valley.

  • Firefighters Respond to Orcutt House Fire

    Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a structure fire inside an Orcutt home on Thursday evening.

  • Supervisors Approve Flavored Tobacco Ban

    [Update]: The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors have approved a ban on flavored tobacco in unincorporated areas.

  • Mountain Lion Spotted at Eling's Park

    Signs are posted around Eling's Park warning residents of a mountain lion seen in the area.

  • Injured Barn Owl Expected to Recover

    [Update]: The injured owl rescued from Highway 101 on Saturday is expected to make a full recovery.

  • Gauchos Season Ends in Loss to Wake Forest

    UCSB Men's Soccer Team closed their season on Saturday afternoon after a 1-0 loss to Wake Forest in the NCAA Quarterfinals.

  • Lyft Driver Found Guilty of Sexually Assaulting Passenger

    A Lyft driver from Lompoc was found guilty of sexually assaulting a female passenger from Nipomo. 

  • Santa Hat Counting Contest Winner Announced

    [Winner Announced]: Enter edhat's annual Santa Hat Counting Contest during the 67th annual Downtown Santa Barbara Holiday Parade.

  • Trial Postponed for Alleged DUI Bus Driver

    The trial for a Goleta woman accused of driving and crashing an Amtrak bus under the influence of methamphetamine has been postponed.

  • Gauchos Take On Wake Forest Saturday

    UC Santa Barbara Athletics is hosting a watch party for local Gaucho fans to cheer on the Men's Soccer Team as they take on Wake Forest Saturday afternoon.

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