Articles From : Primetime

  • New Parking Limits Near Montecito Beaches

    New time limit signs are going up in the Montecito area around hiking trails and streets close to beaches.

  • Historic Casa de la Guerra Trashed

    The historic Casa de la Guerra in downtown was trashed sometime this week prompting an extensive clean up.

  • Adam's Angels Helps Community in Need

    A local realtor started with a simple plan to help the elderly with goods and essentials,  that he would buy and deliver for them.

  • SB Councilmember Calls for Off Limits Enforcement

    Playgrounds, schoolyards, and parks are being watched closely to prevent people from gathering for sports during the virus crisis.

  • Santa Barbara Mayor Meets with Business Owners During COVID-19 Crisis

    Santa Barbara Mayor Cathy Murillo and Councilmember Meagan Harmon walked door to door to talk to business owners about financial relief during the coronavirus Covid-19 crisis.

  • Thousands of Ballots Wait to be Counted

    Election results are far from done, a very large haul of ballots still need to be counted and that will take days.

  • Risky Drone Seen Downtown

    John reports a low, fast-moving drone buzzed over pedestrians near Haley and State Street on Saturday evening.

  • Montecito Tree Crushes SUV

    John reports a fallen Eucalyptus tree branch crushed an SUV in Montecito on Saturday.

  • Tree Branch Snaps on East Beach

    John reports a large tree branch snapped on East Beach.

  • Vehicle Crashes In Harbor Parking Lot

    John reports an out of control vehicle crashed through the Harbor Parking Lot on Saturday morning.

  • Rainstorm Floods Downtown

    John Palminteri shares photos of flooding in Downtown Santa Barbara on Wednesday evening.

  • Stearns Wharf Sign Damaged in Collision

    An early morning car crash damages the sign at the entrance to Santa Barbara’s Stearns Wharf.

  • Funk Zone Mural Controversy

    A Funk Zone mural takes flight with questions about a possible mystery marketing plan.

  • Mission Street Construction Delays Could be Three Months

    On the first week of work to improve Mission Street from Highway 101 to State Street, there were traffic tie-ups and delays.

  • New sensors and technology helps Edison monitor high risk locations

    New Edison sensors are going up throughout Montecito, Goleta, Ventura and other areas of Southern California to send back high risk warning information. One is on a pole at Olive Mill and East Valley Road.

  • Inside Look at Major New Paseo Nuevo Mall Project

    The work taking place in the Paseo Nuevo Mall shows progress on new tile, paint, lighting, art and more. The work is part of a $20-million improvement plan. 

  • 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.

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