Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
The Dodgers not only ended that drought, but they finally got over the hump after two World Series losses in the three years prior and so much recent heartbreak. And yet almost all the talk about the World Series is geared toward Justin Turner and the coronavirus.
Solvang isn’t in the clear, but City Manager Xenia Bradford said tax receipts have been on the upswing toward what she projected would be a th…
DAN WALTERS Proponents of Proposition 16, which would reinstate affirmative action, are trailing badly and once again are playing the Ku Klux Klan card.
The property consists of six parcels totaling approximately 554 acres and includes a helicopter pad, two tennis courts, resort-style pool, hiking trails, and barbecue-picnic facilities.
Roughly two dozen barrels of crude oil spilled from an oil facility on Zaca Station Road near Los Alamos Tuesday, although the leakage was contained.
A number of cost-free Halloween-themed events in Lompoc slated for the week of Oct. 31, are offering local children an opportunity to gather sweet treats and have fun, all while staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department confirmed an additional 23 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, with a total of 9,886 total cases now…
Construction is underway on a $53 million upgrade of the Laguna County Sanitation District Wastewater Reclamation Plant that services Orcutt a…
Santa Maria civic leaders discussed economic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and highlighted examples of the city’s resiliency and accompl…
A Santa Barbara County Probation Department contract employee assigned to the Santa Maria Juvenile Hall tested positive for COVID-19, according to a spokeswoman on Wednesday.
A cannabis cultivation business already in operation west of Buellton appears headed for approval by the Santa Barbara County Planning Commiss…
A $74,000 grant was awarded to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department to purchase two sets of extrication equipment used by first responders to rescue victims trapped inside wrecked vehicles.
Nearly 400 people from the comfort of their vehicles received flu vaccines at the drive-thru clinic hosted by Santa Ynez Valley Cottage Hospital on Oct. 3.