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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

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Artist's Multi-media Works on Display at Open Studio

Artist Nathan Snyder, in conjunction with the State of the Art Gallery Exhibition, will be opening his studio to the public for the first time, 6-9 p.m. Saturday, April 28, at 910 Philinda Ave., Suite E. Snyder is one of eight local artists whose sculptures have been selected by the Santa Barbara County Office of Arts & Culture to be sited on public spaces along State Street from April until early June. His studio officially opened April 5. Snyder's contemporary stainless steel sculpture, titled Tesseract, is in front of the Montecito Bank & Trust Building, corner of Carrillo and Canon Perdido streets.

Santa Barbara City Officials Wrestle With How to Fill Gregg Hart's Pending Vacant Council Seat

Judge Frank Ochoa and members of the District Elections Committee want a special election so that the voters of Hart's District 6 choose the next representative. Ochoa wants the council to appoint a person in the interim to serve as a "caretaker," but that person should not be allowed to run for the seat.

Boy Scouts Food Drive Fights Local Hunger

Local Boy Scouts collected more than 16,000 lbs. of food in this year's Scouting for Food drive that kicked off March 10, exceeding the amount of food they collected last year by at least 1,000 lbs.

Judges Named for Scheinfeld Center New Venture Challenge

Santa Barbara County student entrepreneurs have spent months preparing for the 8th Annual Scheinfeld New Venture Challenge . Following are the people from the local business community who will determine which students walk away from the competition one step closer to launching their own businesses.

Family of Former Lompoc Police Officer Files Wrongful-Death Lawsuit

The family of a Lompoc police officer who committed suicide last year has filed a wrongful-death lawsuit against the city and department's leaders. The lawsuit, filed Friday in Santa Barbara County Superior Court by attorney Todd Hunt of Twitchell and Rice LLP , listed Mayra Grijalva and their three children - Meliah, Miguel and Mauricio - as plaintiffs.

Jury Finds Man Guilty of Fatally Stabbing Girlfriend in Lompoc in 2012

After deliberating approximately 90 minutes, a Santa Maria Superior Court jury on Monday found a man guilty of murder in connection with the fatal stabbing of his girlfriend in Lompoc six years ago. The panel of seven men and five women convicted Eduardo R. Robles, 29, of first-degree murder for the death of Selina Bustos, 30, on June 15, 2012.

Authorities Release ID of Man Killed Driving Stolen Vehicle in Crash on Highway 1

Authorities have released the name of the driver who was killed in a stolen vehicle that was involved in a head-on collision on Highway 1 on Friday. The victim was identified as Travis John Grant, 34, of Lompoc, according to Kelly Hoover, spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department.

ATV Rider Seriously Injured in Crash in Ballard Canyon Area

One person was seriously injured Sunday afternoon when an all-terrain vehicle crashed in the Ballard area of the Santa Ynez Valley. At approximately 4:30 p.m., Santa Barbara County Fire Department , Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department and AMR personnel responded to the scene of the accident on the 900 block of Ballard Canyon Road, county fire spokesman Mike Eliason said.

Judge Swears in Nine New Child Advocates for CASA

During Natonal Child Abuse Prevention Month, Judge Arthur A. Garcia swore in nine new community members as volunteers for CASA - court-appointed special advocates for abused and neglected children. CASA's largest swearing-in ceremony of the year, the event was attended by family, friends, current volunteers, CASA staff and board members who came to support the new volunteers.

Hammer N' Ales Concert Benefits Habitat for Humanity

An afternoon of live bands, craft beer, food trucks and kids' activities are on tap May 19 during Hammer N' Ales, an annual benefit concert raising awareness and funds for Habitat for Humanity of Southern Santa Barbara County. The event takes place 1-7 p.m. at M. Special Brewery, 6860 Cortona Drive Ste.

Officials Consider Loan as CA Fire Dept. Awaits Reimbursement

April 21--On Tuesday the Kern County Board of Supervisors will give the Kern County Fire Department a $14 million dollar payday loan. Fire Chief Brian Marshall said he has more than $15 million in reimbursement money that hasn't been paid by state and federal fire agencies to Kern County for staff and equipment used last year to fight fires and natural disasters.

Crash Near Lompoc Knocks Power Lines Onto Patrol Vehicle, Highway 246

Two deputies were trapped after a car they were pursuing crashed into a utility pole near Lompoc on Saturday afternoon, sending live wires onto their Sheriff's Department patrol vehicle, according to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department. At approximately 3:50 p.m., personnel from the county Fire Department, the Lompoc Fire Department , the Sheriff's Department, the California Highway Patrol and AMR responded to the scene on Highway 246 near Sweeney Road, fire spokesman Mike Eliason said.

Woman in Distress Rescued from Ocean at Goleta Beach

A woman in distress was rescued Saturday from the ocean at Goleta Beach , according to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department . Firefighters and water-rescue crews were dispatched at about 8:30 a.m. to the west end Goleta Beach, where the woman, fully clothed, was in the water, said Mike Eliason, a Fire Department spokesman.

EF Language School, Heal the Ocean Join Forces for Beach Cleanup

To celebrate Earth Day 2018, EF International Language School's Santa Barbara campus and Heal the Ocean conducted a cleanup of the Santa Barbara County coastline on April 20. EF International's 300-member student body, along with staff and teachers, tackled 10 beaches from Goleta to Summerland. They took public transportation to the beaches in a program organized by Heal the Ocean.

Supervisors Get Update on Staffing Issues, Northern Branch Jail Plan from Sheriff's Department

Undersheriff Barney Melekian talked about reducing overtime costs and making plans for the new Northern Branch Jail during Friday's Board of Supervisors budget workshop, two major staffing initiatives for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department. The 376-bed Northern Branch Jail is on schedule to open next summer and be fully occupied in September 2019, after construction delays , according to the Sheriff's Department .

Summer Trial Set Date for 2 Defendants Facing Lesser Charges in MS-13 Gang Murder Case

A summer trial date has been set in Santa Barbara County Superior Court for two defendants in a case related to 10 slayings in the Santa Maria Valley. The trial for Rafael Lainez Castro, represented by Gary Dunlap, and Jose Mejia Orellana, represented by Harold Mesick, is scheduled to start July 30, the attorneys and Judge John McGregor decided Friday.

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