Articles From : Primetime

  • Kick Ash Bash Cash Goes to First Responders

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

  • Santa Barbara Neighborhood Now Called Lagoon District?

    Efforts to call a Santa Barbara neighborhood the Lagoon District have caught on with a webpage, but some businesses say the streets should remain unnamed or have a different brand.

  • Airport Projects to Provide Economic Boost

    Santa Barbara will receive an economic boost coming from development projects at the Santa Barbara Airport.

  • Blessings at San Ysidro Ranch

    The San Ysidro Ranch is making a comeback after the destructive January 9th debris flow in Montecito.

  • Trattoria Mollie Closes Montecito Location

    The acclaimed Trattoria Mollie restaurant has closed on Coast Village Road just a few weeks after Mollie's opened on State Street in downtown Santa Barbara.

  • Only Female CHP K-9 Officer Patrols Central Coast

    California Highway Patrol Officer Julie Jensen and her partner Edy are on patrol locally and Jensen is the only female CHP K-9 officer in the state.

  • La Fiesta Del Museo

    Old Spanish Days Fiesta hosted Fiesta del Museo at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum on Saturday evening.

  • One-on-One with Oscar Gutierrez

    John Palminteri interviews Santa Barbara's newest City Councilmember, Oscar Gutierrez.

  • Gas Pump App Prevents Credit Card Scamming

    A new app has been rolled out for customers to be able to pay for their gas at the pump through their phones.

  • Santa Ynez Valley Leaders Look to Improve Local Economy

    An economic plan for business and tourism leaders in the Santa Ynez Valley should help with a comeback from the winter slump.

  • Illegal Sign Enforcement Underway

    Businesses in Santa Barbara with unapproved signs are getting warning letters that could lead to fines of up to $100 a day.

  • Chiang Makes Campaign Stop in Santa Barbara on Memorial Day

    Gubernatorial candidate John Chiang spoke to a standing room only crowd at the Veterans Memorial Building during a Memorial Day event Monday.

  • Safe Boating Week

    Santa Barbara Harbor Patrol officers are checking for life vests, proper registration and emergency gear as part of Safe Boating Week.

  • Extra Step Awards for Officers

    The Santa Barbara Police department and the local Kiwanis club handed out Extra Step Awards to four citizens who helped officers make arrests of dangerous suspects.

  • Multiple Gunshots in Goleta Brings Out Heavy Sheriff's Response

    A flurry of gunshots Tuesday night near Glen Annie and 7700 Calle Real in Goleta was reported by a Sheriff's deputy about 11 p.m.

  • Community Help May Save Old Spanish Town in Montecito

    Property owners in a sometimes forgotten area of Montecito tucked off Highway 192 west of Hot Springs Road are having issues rebounding from the January 9 disaster.

  • Skip the Straw

    Local non-profits and environmental agencies are asking Santa Barbara restaurants to "Skip the Straw" to help the environment.

  • Carpinteria Businesses Bounce Back

    Carpinteria businesses hope to bounce back after a beachfront bummer during the freeway closure and mudflow disaster.

  • Tourism Push Begins After Mudflow Disaster

    A major travel and tourism effort is about to be launched to help the Santa Barbara County rebound from the recent mudflow event in Montecito.

  • Volunteers Create Bucket Brigade to Help Montecito

    John Palminteri reports a group of volunteers is helping to clean up Montecito homes.

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