Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Camp Roberts Ruled Out for Coronavirus Isolation Site

    Camp Roberts in San Luis Obispo was ruled out Sunday for being a location to isolate cruise ship passengers infected with the Coronavirus.

  • Shark Checks Out Fishermen Off Santa Barbara Coast

    A large shark was captured on video checking out a group of fishermen off the Santa Barbara coast this weekend.

  • Lompoc City Council to Discuss Homeless Camps in Riverbed

    The Lompoc City Council is set to discuss the cleanup and management of homeless encampments in the riverbed.

  • President's Day Facts

    While everyone is enjoying their much needed day off work, catch up on some interesting President's Day facts.

  • Local Officials Celebrate Passage of Land Protection Bill

    Rep. Salud Carbajal, local officials, and environmental advocates celebrated the passage of the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act on Friday.

  • When Push Comes to Shove, Palminteri Gets the Job Done

    KEYT reporter John Palminteri has gone viral in local channels for pushing a photobombing selfie taker out of his live camera shot.

  • Details Emerge in Carpinteria Cannabis Farm Raid

    Brand Farms was expected to be the model for legal cannabis growing in Santa Barbara County until it was raided.

  • Bike Sharing Program Leaves UCSB

    The HOPR Bike Share company has ended its contract with UC Santa Barbara and plans to leave by spring break.

  • Teen Falls from Isla Vista Balcony

    Santa Barbara County Firefighters responded to a report of someone falling from a balcony in Isla Vista on Thursday evening.

  • Happy Valentine's Day!

    Happy day of love edhatters! Enjoy the sweet treats and words from loved ones.

  • Vigil at SBCC Remembering Goleta Couple

    Santa Barbara City College held a vigil on Wednesday for the Goleta couple who was killed in a DUI hit-and-run this past weekend.

  • Santa Barbara County Animal Services Director Fired

    The Santa Barbara County Animal Services Director was fired and the department isn't saying why.

  • Xenophobic Chant at Orcutt Basketball Game

    Righetti High School students started a xenophobic chant during a high school basketball game against St. Joseph on Tuesday.

  • Increased Fire Department Services in North County

    The Santa Barbara County Fire Department announced an increase in personnel, services, and equipment in various locations throughout the north county.

  • Perception & Reality: Using Altered Perception to Create Healthier Reality

    Perception & Reality: Using Altered Perception to Create Healthier Reality

    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


  • Community Helps Decorate New Veteran Housing

    Community members joined the Housing Authority to help decorate and furnish studio apartments for veterans this weekend.

  • Fundraiser Created for Family Affected by Hit and Run

    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. 

  • Longtime Santa Ynez Valley Publicist Dies at 59

    Laura Kath, the longtime publicist for all things Santa Ynez Valley, died Thursday at age 59 after a long battle with cancer.

  • Mike Stoker Dismissed from Environmental Protection Agency

    Former Santa Barbara County Supervisor Mike Stoker was released from his region director position at the Environmental Protection Agency this week.

  • Sheriff's Deputies and Helicopter Search for Wanted Suspects

    [Update]: The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office is using a helicopter to search for wanted suspects in the Patterson Ave area.

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