Articles From : Tyler Hayden

  • County Settles Bryan Carreño Wrongful Death Lawsuit for $850,000

    Carreño Was Shot 20 Times by Five Deputies Who Broke Tactical Protocols

  • Wine Bar COVID Scofflaw Retains Assemblymember as Lawyer

    Kurt Hixenbaugh’s Supporters Also Create GoFundMe Page for Legal Fees

  • California’s Central Coast Welcomes First Gray Wolf in More Than 100 Years

    OR-93 Is Currently in San Luis Obispo County and Appears Headed for Santa Barbara

  • Wine Bar Owner Is Santa Barbara County’s First COVID-19 Defier to Be Criminally Charged

    Kurt Hixenbaugh Openly Ignored Winter Lockdown and Now Faces Four Misdemeanor Counts

  • Santa Barbara’s Asian-American Community Reacts to Atlanta Shootings

    Nine Lived Experiences from Nine Local Residents

  • The Santa Barbara Bars and Restaurants Who’ve Refused to Follow COVID-19 Rules

    County Officials Call Them ‘Our Most Egregious and Repeat Offenders’

  • A Year into the Pandemic, Education Remains the Strategy for COVID-19 Scofflaws

    Santa Barbara Officials Still Prefer the Carrot over the Stick When Confronting Rule-Breaking Businesses

  • Loved Ones Lost: Judy Forshey, Mike Martinez, Judith Brown

    Judy Forshey, Mike Martinez, Judith Brown are three of the county's victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • 92-Year-Old Undocumented Woman Denied COVID-19 Vaccine

    Santa Barbara County Site Volunteer Goes Public with Concerns over Health Department’s Photo ID Rule

  • Loved Ones Lost: Fred Markley, Christina Perez, Dean McIntyre

    Fred Markley, Christina Perez, and Dean McIntyre are three of the county's victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Loved Ones Lost: Luella Zerr, Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Swift Kline, Jo Carol Murphy

    Luella Zerr, Elizabeth ‘Betsy’ Swift Kline, and Jo Carol Murphy are three of the county's victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • No Charges for Lompoc Woman with 104 Chihuahuas

    Santa Barbara authorities decided not to prosecute a Lompoc woman who had filled her home with 104 Chihuahuas and Chihuahua mixes.

  • Loved Ones Lost: Harold ‘Hank’ Anthony Pagaling, Conrad Louis Sabiron

    Harold ‘Hank’ Anthony Pagaling and Conrad Louis Sabiron are two of the county's victims of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Former Firearms Supplier Sold ‘Ghost Guns’ to Meth Dealers, Officials Say

    Santa Barbara Prosecutor Argues Kyle Dodge’s Crimes Go Far Beyond His Most Recent Arrest

  • Loved Ones Lost: Kellam de Forest, Renee S. Kramer, Louise Ann Elliott

    Kellam de Forest, Renee S. Kramer, Louise Ann Elliott are three of the county's victims from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Death in the Family: Stanley Emmet Shaw, Ernestine Depp Patrick, Alfred Daniel Eliason

    Stanley Emmet Shaw, Ernestine Depp Patrick, and Alfred Daniel Eliason are three of the county's victims from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Santa Barbara Shortchanged of COVID-19 Relief Funds

    Auditor’s Report Says Smaller Counties Received Significantly Less Federal Cash Per Person

  • Seventh Lompoc Inmate Dies in Nine Months

    Authorities Won’t Say If COVID-19 Is the Suspected Cause

  • Death in the Family: Gerald Lee Walters, Yolanda Andrade, Frank Aiello

    Gerald Lee Walters, Yolanda Andrade, and Frank Aiello are three of the county's victims from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Death in the Family: Norma M. Dockery, Alberto Pinto Arciniega, Jean Marvin

    Norma Dockery, Alberto Pinto Arciniega, and Jean Marvin are three of the county's victims from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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