Articles From : Edhat Staff

  • Happy Thanksgiving Edhatters!

    The Dedicated Staff of wishes everyone a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday.

  • Cave Fire Caused by Arson

    Officials have determined the cause of the Cave Fire in 2019 to be arson.

  • Best Deals for Black Friday 2020

    Black Friday is going to look a lot different this year but many retailers are planning for increased online shopping deals.

  • Thanksgiving Dining and Delivery

    With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping everyone distanced, Santa Barbara County restaurants are offering alternative dining options for Thanksgiving.

  • Vandenberg No Longer Considered for Space Force Headquarters

    Vandenberg Air Force Base is officially out of the running for the U.S. Space Command Headquarters.

  • Trailer Fire Threatens Orcutt Homes

    The Santa Barbara County Fire Department responded to a trailer fire that threatened two Orcutt homes early Monday morning.

  • Sentinel-6 Launch from Vandenberg

    Team Vandenberg launched the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite Saturday, Nov. 21, at 9:17 a.m., from Vandenberg Air Force Base. 

  • COVID-19 Cases Continue to Increase

    Santa Barbara County Health officials warn against gathering for Thanksgiving as the second wave of COVID-19 cases continues to rise.

  • La Casa de la Raza Designated a Historic Landmark

    The Santa Barbara City Council unanimously designated La Casa de la Raza, at 601 E. Montecito Street, a historic landmark.

  • Drum Fire Caused by PG&E Power Line

    The Santa Barbara County Fire Department determined the nearly 700-acre brush fire in Drum Canyon was caused by a PG&E power line.

  • Campus Point Death May Be Due to Heart Attack

    [Update]: A new report claims the man who died at Campus Point on Thursday was due to a heart attack during an altercation.

  • Mixed Reviews of New Santa Barbara Police Station Design

    The Architectural Board of Review provided mixed reviews of the new Santa Barbara Police Station on E. Cota Street.

  • Downtown Parking Kiosk Workers to be Replaced by License Reading Machine

    The Santa Barbara City Council voted Tuesday to approve $700,000 for automated license plate readers that will eventually replace downtown parking kiosk workers.

  • Coast Guard Searching for Dinghy Owner

    The U.S. Coast Guard is searching for the owner of an 8-foot white inflatable dinghy found near the Channel Islands.

  • Pedestrian Identified in Fatal Gaviota Coast Collision

    [Update]: The pedestrian who was struck and killed on Highway 101 near El Capitan earlier this month has been identified.

  • County Supervisors Debate Church Reopening as Data Shows COVID-19 Spikes in Offices

    New data shows most of the local COVID-19 spikes are due to office spaces as County Supervisors debate closing indoor activities for places of worship.

  • Identity Released of Man who Jumped from Highway Overpass

    The identity of the man who jumped to his death from the Highway 101 overpass last week has been released.

  • Public Health Worried About COVID-19 Increase

    Santa Barbara Public Health Officials stated they are worried about the increase of COVID-19 cases that could possibly move the county back to a more restrictive tier.

  • Isla Vista Homicide Suspect Detained

    [UPDATE]: UCSB Police have announced a suspect is in custody as they investigate a suspicious death near Campus Point.

  • Vehicle Crashes Near State Street Restaurant

    A vehicle rolled over and crashed on Upper State Street narrowly missing a restaurant patio on Thursday afternoon.

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