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The city lies between the steeply-rising Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific coast, approximately 90 miles miles WNW of Los Angeles. Its climate is described as Mediterranean, and the city is sometimes referred to as the "American Riviera." Its history begins at least 13,000 years ago with the ancestors of the present-day Chumash (Native American people who historically inhabit chiefly central and southern coastal regions of California).

Population: 92325
Local Newspapers: Santa Barbara News-Press
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Local Colleges: University of California Santa Barbara

Zip Codes associated with santa barbara, california: 93103 93105 93108 93109 93110 93111 93907
Towns/Cities near santa barbara, california : Goleta Mission Canyon Montecito Carpinteria Isla Vista

Santa Barbara County News
Janelle Knight, Santa Barbara Boys 4x400 Relay Take 2nd at T.O. Invite

Janelle Knight finished second in the long jump and Santa Barbara High's boys 4x400 finished as runners-up at the season-opening Thousand Oaks Invitational track and field meet on Saturday. Anthony Flores, Thomas Everest, Gilbert Regalado and Kiasa Salgado clocked 3:38.65.

First United Methodist Church Presents Lenten Organ Recitals

Three virtuoso organists will perform three different recitals on the three-manual pipe organ during the annual Lenten Organ Series at First United Methodist Church, 305 E. Anapamu St., Santa Barbara. 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 5, - Yinying Luo, organist, First Presbyterian Church, Santa Barbara 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 12 - Jason Klein, associate director of music, All Saints' Episcopal Church, Beverly Hills 3:30 p.m. Sunday, March 19 - Lisa Ham, music director and organist, First Presbyterian Church, Burbank Performances will each be one hour in length.

Groups Benefitting Local Tourism Receive Chamber Grants

The Santa Maria Valley Chamber of Commerce and Visitor & Convention Bureau has announced recipients for the first of two grants cycles in the 2017 calendar year. Nearly $30,000 was recently awarded to eight local nonprofit organizations that submitted applications.

Vegetation Fire Burning on South Vandenberg Air Force Base

In addition to Vandenberg Fire Department, personnel from Santa Barbara County Fire Department responded to the incident at approximately 12:30 p.m. The blaze was moving at moderate rate of spread through heavy brush, according to reports from crews at the scene. One hour after the crews began responding to the fire, a Vandenberg Public Affairs spokeswoman said she was not aware of the incident.

Openings for County Boards and Commisions

County Supervisor Janet Wolf is seeking community members who live in the Second District to serve on the following County Boards and Commissions: Mosquito and Vector Control Board and Historic Landmarks Advisory Committee. "Serving on a commission or board is an excellent opportunity to learn more about County government while also providing a vital service by advising the Board of Supervisors on important issues affecting our community," Supervisor Wolf said.

'Law & Order' creator suffers legal setback in fight to sell Central Coast groundwater

The water intake tower at Lake Cachuma, which delivers water to Goleta, Santa Barbara and Montecito and was dry last summer. The reservoir is now at approximately 44% of capacity.

DVS 40th Anniversary Celebration Luncheon

Founding Members of DVS - left to right the names are: June Sochel, Nancy Sieh, Deborah Talmage, Hannah Beth-Jackson, Barbara Ben-Horin, Carol Piceno, Joan Fairfield, Stan Roden. Violence Solutions' 40th Anniversary Luncheon - Stories of Courage and Triumph.

Light Rain Expected Over the Weekend in Santa Barbara County

Between Saturday and Monday, predicted rainfall amounts in most of the county are less than a quarter-inch, according to meteorologist Curt Kaplan with t he National Weather Service in Oxnard . "We aren't expecting a lot of rain," Kaplan said.

Local Spelling Bee Champs Buzzing Up to State Competition

Four local students have won the right to compete at the state level after coming out on top at the Santa Barbara County Spelling Bee, which was held Wednesday at the Santa Barbara County Education Office. Aidan Garard, a sixth-grader at Vieja Valley School in Hope School District, took first place in the elementary division by correctly spelling "cuckoo."

Commuter rail crawls back on track

An Amtrak train arrives in Santa Barbara. Officials hope to retime the train so it can take commuters from Ventura to Goleta and back early in the morning and late in the afternoon.

Coloring: It's Not Just for Kids

The Santa Maria Public Library is continuing to offer its free Adult Coloring Program twice during March. Programs take place 1-2:30 p.m. Wednesdays, March 8 and 22, in the library's Shepard Hall, 421 S. McClelland St. The coloring activities are designed to relieve stress and provide a creative and artistic outlet for adults of all ages.

Lompoc Volunteer Called 'Vile Monster' During Sentencing For Child Molestation

Judge sentences retired California Highway Patrol officer, former City Council member Anthony "Tony" Durham to spend 45 years to life in state prison Anthony "Tony" Durham Sr., 67, is sentenced to 45 years to life in state prison for multiple counts of child molestation during a Thursday hearing in Lompoc Superior Court where a victim's mother called him "a vile monster." A former Lompoc community leader was called a "vile monster" Thursday morning in an emotional hearing where he was formally sentenced to at least 45 years in state prison for multiple child molestation charges.

Defendant Held To Answer to Murder Charges in Fatal Santa Maria Stabbing

The lone adult arrested in connection with a fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old boy in northeast Santa Maria early last year was held to answer to the charges after a preliminary hearing Thursday. Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Gustavo Lavayen ruled sufficient evidence exists for the now-20-year-old Israel Gaspar Cruz to stand trial.

People v. Cameron Wesley Oliver, Case No. 17CR0158

Santa Barbara County District Attorney Joyce E. Dudley announced today that murder charges have been filed in connection with the February 6, 2017 traffic collision that killed Leann Rachel Stauffer and Tricia Jo Jensen of Santa Maria. Mr. Oliver is charged with two counts of murder, in violation of Penal Code section 187, and a felony violation of driving with a blood alcohol content exceeding .08% causing bodily injury to Brian Freeborn, in violation of Vehicle Code section 23153 .

Several Earthquakes Hit Central Coast

From Wednesday afternoon to Thursday morning, three earthquakes hit the Central Coast area. At 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, a 2.8 magnitude earthquake hit near Soledad, CA in south Monterey County.

Sheriff's Office Reports Results of Decoy Operations

As part of an effort to combat underage drinking, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office conducted "Shoulder Tap" and "Minor Decoy" operations throughout Goleta, Isla Vista and additional unincorporated areas of Santa Barbara County on Feb. 17 and 18. During the two-day operation, underage minor decoys working under the direct supervision of Sheriff's deputies and an Alcohol Beverage Control agent, visited 18 locations and cited four people for furnishing alcohol to minors. During a Shoulder Tap operation, the minor decoy will stand outside a liquor or convenience store and ask patrons to buy them alcohol.

Rains Relieve Lake Cachuma, But We're Not Out of the Water Yet

Following a weekend storm that caused flooding and mudslides across Santa Barbara County, Lake Cachuma is at 42.5 percent capacity, up 24.5 percent from last week, according to a county report released Wednesday. The reservoir, which provides approximately 85 percent of the water for south county residents, now holds 82,011 acre-feet of water - a significant increase from the 34,576 acre-feet it held last Wednesday.

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