Articles From : Primetime

  • Volunteers Needed for Guinness World Records Attempt on Sunday

    A Guinness Book of World Records attempt for largest backward walking could be set this Sunday in Santa Barbara

  • Destroyed Mud Flow Home Now a Training Site

    A home destroyed in the Montecito mudflow is now being used for training scenarios by local firefighters.

  • Vacant Buildings Split for Multiple Businesses

    Splitting vacant buildings into multiple businesses in Santa Barbara may be a new economic stimulus, as evidenced on 418 State Street.

  • Vehicle Crash Takes Out Large Pole and Cuts Power

    A rollover vehicle crash brought down a large power pole Tuesday evening which created a power outage on Foothill Road through San Roque.

  • Elephant Seals on our Shores

    An elephant seal pup has been rescued from the waterfront in Santa Barbara by the Channel Islands Marine and Wildlife Institute.

  • Wolf's Head Barbershop Reopens After Shooting

    Customers have returned after repairs were made at the Wolf's Head barber shop in Goleta following a shooting.

  • Procore Car Makes Showing in NASCAR

    Carpinteria's Procore car had an impressive showing, finishing 18th in a field of 43 cars at the Auto Club Speedway Sunday for the NASCAR Auto Club 400 race.

  • Comedy Legend Teams Up with Comedy Hideaway

    British comedy legend John Cleese has teamed up with the Comedy Hideaway in Santa Barbara.

  • Highway 154 Closure Boosts Local Business

    Buellton and Solvang are experiencing an increase in business and traffic due to the closed section of the San Marcos Pass.

  • Man Arrested Near Homeless Camp

    Police arrested a man after struggle near the Amtrak train station and homeless camp on Tuesday.

  • New Safety Features by the Train Station

    New pedestrian crossing arms have gone in by the railroad tracks on State Street.

  • Super Bowl Dog Comes From Goleta

    An upcoming Super Bowl commercial has quite the interesting flap involving a dog from Goleta.

  • Montecito Creeks Continue to Hold Up

    Montecito area creeks appear to have held up without any flooding during the latest round of rain.

  • Local EPA Admin Continues to Work Amid Government Shutdown

    Local EPA administrator Mike Stoker, has continued to do his job without a paycheck due to the federal government shutdown.

  • Police Investigate Double Hit and Run Incidents

    Santa Barbara Police officers had calls of two hit and run incidents just a few blocks away from each other Saturday night

  • Rollover Traffic Accident on San Andres

    A rollover traffic accident damaged two cars in Santa Barbara's Westside neighborhood early Thursday morning.

  • New Year's Community Dance Party in the Funk Zone

    A community dance party was part of the Funk Zone's New Year's Eve event in front of the Hotel Californian.

  • Montecito Hiking Trails Begin Opening

    More mud damaged Montecito trails are starting to open up following the 1/9 debris flow.

  • Living Nativity at First United Methodist Church

    A real-life nativity scene brought out hundreds to the First United Methodist Church.

  • Fire Hose Flag Sales to Benefit Non-Profit

    A retired firefighter made American flags from fire hoses used during the Thomas Fire and is now selling them to benefit the Pierre Claeyssens Veteran's Foundation.

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