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Santa Barbara Police are investigating four false bomb threats made to the community, some involving schools.
The Santa Barbara Police Activities League held the 22nd annual Winter Wonderland holiday evening at the Carousel House on December 15th.
[Update]: Santa Barbara Police are investigating a shooting at Stearns Wharf on Friday evening that left one person injured.
The Santa Barbara Police Department encourages everyone to celebrate safely and have a holiday game plan that includes a designated sober driver.
The Santa Barbara Police Department swore in eight new police officers last week.
The Santa Barbara Police Department Volunteers in Policing (VIP) Program is accepting applications for interested community members wanting to volunteer their time at SBPD.
The Santa Barbara Police Department reports four separate burglary suspects were arrested within two days.
Two people sustained serious injuries following a vehicle collison on the Castillo Street offramp. The driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI.
The Santa Barbara Police Department has added three e-bikes to their fleet to better patrol downtown, the waterfront, and other areas of town.
Before heading downtown for Fiesta parades and events, review the latest parking restrictions and enforcement.
Over the last several months, the Santa Barbara Police Department has installed a new siren on their police vehicles.
Santa Barbara Police arrested a 33-year-old man for allegedly breaking into multiple homes, stealing a vehicle, and committing a hit-and-run.
A Mammoth Lakes woman was arrested in Santa Barbara after authorities discovered her 5-year-old child was left unattended for 24 hours with accessible ghost guns nearby.
Commander Marylinda Arroyo will be serving as the Interim Police Chief for the City of Santa Barbara starting Saturday.
The Santa Barbara Police Department would like to remind the community of Santa Barbara the dangers associated with fireworks in our community.