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California health officials reported the state’s first coronavirus death of a child on Friday, saying the victim was a teenager and had other health conditions.
A Santa Barbara County Sheriff's civilian employee tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokeswoman on Thursday.
Madden, who was Hancock's head football coach for the 1962 and 1963 seasons, didn't just coach football on the Central Coast. He wove himself into the fabric of the area.
A developer who couldn’t drum up support for his plans for a European-style plaza, a scaled-down plaza and then simply a hotel in Solvang said…
A retired Santa Barbara County Probation Officer was arrested on Wednesday and is facing more than a dozen charges, including felonies, related to theft and filing false tax returns, according to the Santa Barbara County District Attorney.
Residents in Santa Barbara County are among those nationwide who have received “mysterious and unsolicited seeds from China,” and the County A…
Thousands of unlicensed cannabis plants and several hundred pounds of dried product linked to a grow site near Highway 166 were seized by detectives with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office following a search warrant on Wednesday, according to a spokeswoman.
Four males, including three juveniles, were arrested Wednesday in connection to the shooting death of 30-year-old Francisco Garcia on Monday, according to a Lompoc Police spokesman.
After spending the past 19 months as an appointee on the Lompoc City Council, Gilda Cordova said she had learned a lot about her hometown and …
An additional 91 COVID-19 cases have been confirmed in Santa Barbara County and 349 cases are still active, the county Public Health Departmen…
Annlynn Clark, a special education teacher at Lompoc Valley Middle School, has been named one of three finalists in Mayflower’s "Mover of Movers" contest. Members of the public are able to vote once per day, through Aug. 17, for the finalist of their choice. The person with the most votes will be awarded $25,000.
The shooting occurred around 8:06 p.m. in the 700 block of West Chestnut Avenue. Officers arrived on scene and reported locating a 30-year-old male victim. Officers provided aid until medics arrived, according to the Lompoc Police Department, and the victim was later pronounced dead at Lompoc Valley Medical Center.
Alexander Murkison, a 19-year-old former Lompoc High class president, this week became the first person to publicly announce his intention to seek one of the three seats that will be up for grabs on the Lompoc Unified School District board of education in the Nov. 3 election. He joins Janet Blevins as candidates who have filed paperwork for this year's LUSD race.