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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).
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
Injuries Reported in Head-On Crash on Cathedral Oaks Road in Goleta
One person was injured Friday night in a head-on collision on Cathedral Oaks Road in Goleta, according to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department . The collision occurred at about 8:25 p.m. at the intersection of Cathedral Oaks and Evergreen Drive, said fire Capt.Man Shot Dead By Security Officer at Chumash Casino Resort Had Been Banned from Property
A man killed at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez refused to leave and scuffled with security staff before grabbing and deploying an investigator's stun gun against him, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department said Friday. The agency released a few more details about the shooting of Jose Guido, 37, of Santa Barbara, who was killed after an altercation about 2:15 a.m. Tuesday at the facility.Southern California agencies improve emergency notifications in wake...
Sarah Olson sits on the front steps of her former home with her surviving cat Serengeti. Olson says she was awakened by the smoke detector at the home she was renting on Kagel Canyon Road after the Creek fire broke out, which allowed her to grab one of her cats and a few possessions before fleeing for her life.Torrance Man Faces Multiple Charges After Evading Arrest in New Cuyama
A Torrance man faces multiple charges after an incident that began as a wrong-way driver on Highway 166, and allegedly involved him violently resisting arrest, attempting to steal a patrol vehicle and kicking a police dog, according to Santa Barbara County sheriff's Sgt. Brad Welch.Dr. Harris Meisel of Santa Barbara, 1932-2018
Physician, artist, poet, musician, NCAA champion fencer, founder of rehabilitation medicine on the Central Coast of California, medical director of the Memorial Rehabilitation Hospital , beloved father, husband to Fredda, and dear friend to many. A true renaissance man whose motto was "You can never go wrong doing the right thing."Go on Safari in Waller Park to View Animal Sculptures
The Santa Barbara County Office of Arts and Culture, in cooperation with County Parks, will present a temporary exhibition of animal sculptures set near the Duck Pond at Waller Park, 3107 Orcutt Road, Santa Maria. The exhibit is a nod to the park's history when it also served as a community zoo.Downtown Santa Barbara Celebrates Community Members With Annual Awards Breakfast
Downtown Santa Barbara held its annual awards breakfast Wednesday and among its winners was Los Arroyos owner Tony Arroyo, second from left. Also pictured are Downtown Santa Barbara board president Matt LaBrie, Joanne Funari of American Riviera Bank, and Downtown Santa Barbara interim executive director Dave Lombardi.Ex-Councilman Frank Hotchkiss Turning the Page, Leaving Santa Barbara
The author, former actor and journalist - and man who almost became the first Republican mayor of liberal Santa Barbara in more than 40 years - is saying goodbye to the American Riviera, and is headed for Savannah, Georgia, with his wife, Sandi. Hotchkiss was working as a real estate broker in the early 2000s when a city proposal to create trails and public easements alongside creeks, potentially infringing on people's private property rights, fired him up.No Students Injured After Someone Shoots Lompoc School Bus With BB Gun, Breaks Window
A busload of Cabrillo High School students escaped injury after someone fired a BB gun or pellet gun at the school bus, which broke a window Thursday afternoon. At approximately 3 p.m., Santa Barbara County sheriff's deputies began investigating the incident, that occurred while the bus was northbound on Rucker Road from Burton Mesa Road in the Mission Hills area near Lompoc.Fiery Crash Reportedly Kills 1 on Highway 101 in Orcutt
One person reportedly was killed Wednesday night in a fiery vehicle accident on Highway 101 in Orcutt, according to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department. The vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree, bursting into flames with a person inside, according to emergency radio traffic.GoFundMe Page Launched to Help Family of Airman Killed On Highway 1
A GoFundMe page has been started for the wife and unborn child of a Vandenberg Air Force Base security forces member struck and killed Monday in an odd incident. Airman 1st Class Tyler Leidholdt, 24, who was assigned to the 30th Security Forces Squadron at Vandenberg, died after being struck by a bus traveling in the southbound lanes of Highway 1 near Timber Lane, the California Highway Patrol said.Abbott Paints Mother Nature in All Her Drama
Sullivan Goss has announced its inaugural exhibit, featuring the work of locally celebrated artist Whitney Brooks Abbott will be on display beginning on 1st Thursday, 5-8 p.m., March 1, at the gallery, 11 East Anapamu St. The exhibit will run until April 29. Hailing from a family legacy of local artists and ranchers, Abbott joins the roster of artists at Sullivan Goss after a successful tenure with the Ellen Easton Gallery. Thanks to Mother Nature, this past year in Santa Barbara County has been exciting and challenging, especially for plein-air painters such as Abbott.Physical Therapist Headed to Jail for Bilking Elderly Couple
A Santa Barbara physical therapist faces six months in Santa Barbara County Jail after pleading guilty to felony charges of bilking an elderly local couple by overcharging them for in-home Pilates classes. Yvonne Alish Castillo, 34 , also will be required to pay $104,000 in restitution to the couple, who were referred to in court as John and Jane Doe, according to the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office .Regional Rail Panel Backs Commuter Train to Santa Barbara County's South Coast
In a vote that was widely expected , the Los Angeles San Diego San Luis Obispo Rail Corridor Agency board of directors unanimously supported a commuter train service from Los Angeles to Goleta, with stops in Ventura, Carpinteria and Goleta. "We are extremely pleased by the LOSSAN board decision today," said SBCAG Executive Director Marjie Kirn.County Issues Guide to Storm Readiness Evacuation
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's deputies have taken to the streets of Montecito and Carpinteria to distribute Storm Readiness Evacuation Information booklets. Thousands of copies were distributed to local businesses and community members over the President's Day weekend.A Glendale man burned his genitals and legs. The culprit? An e-cigarette battery, new lawsuit claims
Erik Howell, 26, of Glendale suffered burns to his legs and genitals. On Wednesday, he filed a lawsuit blaming the burns partly on the e-cigarette battery manufacturer LG Chem.Share Your Story of Thomas Fire, Mudslide With Business Network
Santa Barbara Business Network is working to respond to people and businesses impacted by the Thomas Fire and debris flow by offering services to help them share their stories, raise awareness of their needs, and link them with resources that may support them in their business recovery. Those affected can submit a story to [email protected] Include your name, business name, phone and email.
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