Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Longtime Owners Sell Paradise Cafe

    The longtime owners of Paradise Cafe have recently sold their business to ACME Hospitality Group.

  • No Charges to be Filed in MAD Academy Allegations

    Criminal charges of sexual misconduct will not be pursued by the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's office in the MAD Academy scandal.

  • Custody Deputy Pleads Not Guilty in DUI Collision Charges

    A Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Lieutenant has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from a DUI collision on Highway 154 in September.

  • Alejandra Gutierrez Wins District 1

    The final results are in for Santa Barbara City Council seats and Alejandra Gutierrez secured a win over incumbent Jason Dominguez.

  • Vehicle Catches Fire After Crashing into Guardrail

    Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a single-vehicle collision that caught fire near the Gaviota Tunnel on Wednesday evening.

  • Southern California Edison Settles Thomas Fire & Debris Flow Lawsuits

    Southern California Edison has settled claims with 23 public entities from the 2017 Thomas Fire and 2018 Montecito Debris Flow for $360 million.

  • Lawsuit Against Youth Interactive Alleges Rape Against Minor

    A lawsuit filed against Santa Barbara non-profit Youth Interactive alleges a minor was raped and offered drugs at the CEO's home.

  • Whistleblower Wins Suit Against Santa Barbara

    A former Santa Barbara Police dispatcher was awarded $1.28 million in a whistleblower lawsuit against the city.

  • Widow Sues Conception Boat Owners for Wrongful Death

    The owners of the Conception dive boat are being sued by the widow of a passenger who was one of the 34 people killed when the boat caught fire off the Santa Barbara coast.

  • Carpinteria School Board and Cannabis Partnership?

    The Carpinteria School Board appears to have joined forces with local cannabis growers for the money, according to a new LA Times article.

  • Ellwood Annual Emergency Siren Test on Tuesday

    An annual emergency siren test of the Ellwood Onshore Facility will take place on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. for one to two minutes.

  • Driver Intentionally Crashed into Family, CHP States

    [Update]: CHP Captain Cindy Pontes held a press conference Thursday afternoon addressing the recent murder charges in the triple fatal collision on Highway 154 last month.

  • Salute Vets at Saturday's Veterans Day Parade

    Salute those who serve at this Saturday's Veterans Day Parade and the "Salute to Vets" BBQ and Vintage airplane flyover.

  • Up to 10 Barrels of Crude Oil Spilled in Santa Maria Valley

    The Santa Barbara County Fire Department reports between 8-10 barrels of crude oil were spilled in the Santa Maria Valley late Wednesday morning.

  • Firefighters Respond to Structure Fire Off Foothill Road

    Santa Barbara County firefighters responded to a single-family residence off Foothill Road that caught fire Wednesday morning.

  • Unity Shoppe to Reopen Next Week

    The Unity Shoppe announced it will reopen on November 12 after closing in September amid financial woes.

  • Large Homeless Camp Catches Fire in Goleta

    Santa Barbara County Firefighters responded to a large homeless encampment fire burning along Highway 101 in Goleta on Monday evening.

  • Dual Robbery Arrests in Santa Maria

    Santa Maria Police made two separate robbery arrests on Monday.

  • So Long Daylight Saving Time

    Read some fast facts about Daylight Saving Time after you've enjoyed your extra hour of sleep. 

  • Cat of the Week: Jolene

    Meet Jolene a very social kitty who gets along great with humans and canines.

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