No. 10: The Black Beauty -- a 1966 Chrysler Imperial -- was on "The Green Hornet" for 26 episodes in 1966 and 1967, according to IMDB.com.
No. 9: The Munster Coach on "The Munsters" was in 70 episodes in the mid-1960s.
No. 8: K.I.T.T. was in 90 episodes of "Knight Rider" in the 1980s.
No. 7: The Ford Gran Torino in "Starsky and Hutch" was in 93 episodes from 1975-79.
No. 6: "The A-Team" drove around in a GMC G-Series van in 98 episodes from 1983-87.
No. 5: For 114 episodes in the 1980s, Don Johnson drove around in a Ferrari Daytona Spyder or Ferrari Testarossa in "Miami Vice."
No. 4: Roger Moore drove a Volvo P1800 in "The Saint" for 118 episodes through most of the 1960s.
No. 3: The Batmobile in "Batman" is one of the most recognizable cars in television shows after 120 episodes.
No. 2: The General Lee in the "Dukes Of Hazzard" was a 1969 Dodge Charger. The show was on the air for 147 episodes.
No. 1: Tom Selleck drove around Hawaii on "Magnum P.I." in a Ferrari 308 GTS for 162 episodes from 1980-88.
Lompoc's Gang and Narcotics Enforcement Team arrested two men for possession of more than 11 ounches of meth.
The murder of a child in Santa Barbara 35 years ago sent shock waves throughout the community. Now the family's tragedy is getting national attention.
San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office
7 people were arrested early Thanksgiving morning in San Simeon, suspected of using drug smuggling boats to bring contraband onshore.
Oscar Flores photo
The lights went out an hour and 20 minutes after Best Buy's 5 p.m. opening on Thanksgiving.
John Palminteri photo
The busiest cruise ship year ever in Santa Barbara concludes today with the arrival of the Golden Princess this morning at 7 a.m.
Source: Oxnard Police Department
Oxnard Police arrested 37-year-old Angel Hernandez, Sergio Cupa, 31 years old, and David Mosqueda, 45 years old, in response to a rash of violent crimes over the past several weeks. All three suspects are Oxnard residents.
Two men from across the pond are feeling especially thankful this holiday season.
As expected Wednesday night has been very busy for the California Highway Patrol on the Central Coast as traffic reached a peak for those hitting the road for the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Black Friday is here. And so are the long lines and brawls that go with it.
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