Articles From : Tyler Hayden

  • 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.

  • Death in the Family: Al Reese, Meliton Pineda Flores

    Al Reese and Meliton Pineda Flores are just two of the county's victims from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Flamingo Mobile Home Park Fends Off Predatory Owner

    The Santa Barbara City Council helped senior residents fight an age policy change and rent hikes at the Flamingo Mobile Home Park.

  • Solvang Openly Defies State COVID-19 Order

    Solvang's City Council says restaurants should ‘Go About Their Business’ in wake of the Governor's latest stay-at-home order.

  • COVID-19 Breaks Back into Lompoc Prison

    The coronavirus has crept its way back inside the federal Lompoc prison complex, with officials on Friday reporting 13 active cases among inmates and one among staff.

  • Tree Removal Request Exposes Rotten Underbelly of Santa Barbara’s Appeal Process

    An appointed member of the Street Tree Advisory Committee has resigned and triggered an investigation of the Fair Political Practices Commission over a tree removal request.

  • Scheduled for Destruction, Historic Ortega Park Murals May Now Be Saved

    Santa Barbara’s parks department has indefinitely delayed a key hearing in its $14 million plan to remodel Ortega Park after opposition was raised over the intended demolition of the many historic murals.

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