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  • Mercury News
    Previously, 114 homes were available for short-term rentals in the coastal zone; after the city’s decision, there were six.
  • ABC7
    It was a rare sight in the Santa Barbara Harbor - beautiful black swans were spotted in the waters. A tugboat captain spotted the birds this week. It's unclear how the swans ended up in these waters.
  • YAHOO!News
    This season's fourth meeting between the Hawaii and UC Santa Barbara men's volleyball teams will come about two weeks later than expected and on a bigger stage. The Rainbow Warriors swept a three-match series with the Gauchos in Isla Vista,
  • Digital Journal
    Dr. Sheffield, a lifetime member The American Board of Plastic Surgery® (ABPS®), is the preeminent facial plastic surgeon Santa Barbara and he and his staff offer a unique perspective to patients in a comfortable professional environment.
  • KHNL
    The top-seeded University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team is set to meet Big West Conference foe UC Santa Barbara in the NCAA Tournament semifinals, this Thursday in Columbus, Ohio.
  • KHON2
    The No. 1 University of Hawaii men’s volleyball team will face UC Santa Barbara in Thursday’s NCAA Tournament semifinals in Columbus, Ohio. The Gauchos (16-4) earned the right to face the Rainbow Warriors (15-1) with a 25-23,
  • Ventura County Star on MSN.com
    A 30-year-old Ventura resident was one of five suspects arrested during the investigation of a shooting that killed two Santa Barbara teenagers.
  • SanLuisObispo
    He was pronounced dead on Friday, BOP officials said. The death was not mentioned during Santa Barbara County officials’ briefing late Friday afternoon. Boling was sentenced in the District of Columbia to spend more than 71 years for sodomy and assault with a deadly weapon, prison breach, petty larceny and armed robbery. He had been in ...
  • Santa Barbara Independent
    Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Click to print (Opens in new window) On Friday evening, the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department announced that a 40-year-old inmate at the Santa Barbara County Main Jail has tested positive for COVID-19, exacerbating concerns about the potential ...
  • KSBY 6
    The Santa Barbara Police Department is welcoming their newest K9 to the team. The department made the announcement of their new team member on their Instagram account on Friday. The new K9 officer is named Kyra. She is a 2-year-old German Shepherd. The department says Kyra and her partner, Officer Lombardo, are on the streets and ready to catch ...
  • Northcountrypublicradio.org
    Li Shanyu s erhu is particularly good, and a N95 Mask In Santa Barbara song Jianghe Water , like a song, can dump a person. He said that as long as the quality is stable, packaging is improved, there is great hope to make money in the US market. Come We all come Congratulations on this young man He said that he raised the cup in front of him.
  • KSEE
    Now playing for UC Santa Barbara: Megan Anderson. Anderson, a Fresno native who starred for the 2017 Clovis West state championship team, has transferred from San Jose State to UC Santa Barbara. “I am so grateful for this opportunity, and I cannot wait to be a Gaucho! I’m looking forward to this new chapter,” said Anderson on the Gauchos ...
  • Santa Ynez Valley News
    Please help support our work by subscribing or signing up for an account. Already a subscriber? Log in. Nineteen coronavirus cases were confirmed by the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department Friday, bring the total to 373, 221 of which are active. The only known outbreak at a congregate living setting in the county is at the Federal ...
  • KSBY 6
    Nineteen more confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported Friday in Santa Barbara County. There are now 373 total cases, officials say. Of those, 80 are said to be inmates at the Lompoc prison and 30 are staff members at the federal facility. Six of the 110 cases were confirmed Friday. Health officials also announced a confirmed case in the Santa ...
  • KEYT
    The Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown announced on Friday that an inmate at the Santa Barbara County Jail tested positive for COVID-19.

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