Articles From : Primetime

  • 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.

  • Disoriented Hawk Captured in Downtown Store

    A red-tailed hawk was trapped inside Samy's Camera in Downtown Santa Barbara on Monday before being rescued.

  • Holiday Tree Arrives on State Street

    The Downtown Organization holiday tree sponsored by Consumer Fire Products arrived Tuesday at its seasonal location on the corner of State and Victoria.

  • Borderline Shooting Victim Remembered in Carpinteria

    Marky Meza, a Carpinteria man who was killed in the Thousand Oaks Borderline Bar shooting earlier this month, was remembered on Monday.

  • New Maps and Alerts Help Residents Get Ready for Winter Rains

    New interactive maps and alerts are now in place for residents in areas that are the most prone to flooding following a wildfire.

  • Increased Theft of Motorcycles

    Scooter, mopeds, and motorcycle owners are urged to step up security after an increase of thefts.

  • AVO Ale Released for Avocado Festival

    Rincon Brewery in Carpinteria has produced 1000 gallons of Avo Ale in time for the upcoming California Avocado Festival October 5, 6 and 7 in Carpinteria

  • CHP Pursues Driver of Stolen Northern California Water Truck

    The driver of a stolen Hanford Water District truck led local California Highway Patrol on a pursuit through Santa Barbara ending in the Westside on Monday evening.

  • Kick Ash Bash Cash Goes to First Responders

    The ONE 805 Ash Bash event generated about $2-million in donations for area first responders.

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