Time magazine has named the men and women dedicating their lives to the fight against Ebola the 2014 Person of the Year. Take a look at other top honors of 2014.
Most Powerful Person: Vladimir Putin (Forbes)
Most Powerful Woman: Angela Merkel (Forbes)
Most Powerful Celebrity: Beyonce (Forbes)
World's Richest Person: Bill Gates (Forbes)
Sexist Man Alive: Chris Hemsworth (People)
World's Most Beautiful Woman: Lupita Nyong'o (People)
Sexiest Woman Alive: Kate Upton (People)
Sexist Woman Alive: Penelope Cruz (Esquire)
Top-Earning Dead Celebrity: Michael Jackson (Forbes)
Top Google Search of 2014: Robin Williams
Highest-Paid Actor: Robert Downey Jr. (Forbes)
Highest-Paid Actress: Angelina Jolie (Forbes)
Nobel Peace Prize: Malala Yousafzai, Kailash Satyarthi
Highest-Paid Athlete: Floyd Mayweather
Word of the Year: Vape (Oxford American Dictionary)
Word of the Year: Culture (Merriam-Webster)
An early morning party at a fraternity in Isla Vista turned violent when one person was stabbed. An 18-year-old from Reseda, CA was arrested in connection with the violent assault.
Victoria Sanchez photo
Sunstone Winery is being featured alongside famous films for this year's Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
KEYT,KCOY,KKFX won several awards at the 65th Annual Golden Mike Awards hosted by the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California.
Local surfers of all ages competed during three-day event.
Santa Barbara International Film Festival Director Roger Durling wants to make sure everyone has a chance to see some of the upcoming 12 day event starting tomorrow.
Keith Carls photo
The third week of Santa Maria's so-called U-Haul murder trial began with graphic testimony and images of the manner, cause and time of death of the victim in this case, 28 year old Anthony Ibarra, back in March of 2013.
Passengers who flew into the Santa Barbara airport from Denver Monday night didn't mind the steady rain.
Nearly 7,000 flights have been cancelled nationwide because of the approaching blizzard
Free stuff is getting harder to come by, but there are some things you should never pay for.
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The first blizzard of 2015 is keeping much of the U.S. Northeast shut down -- at least for the day.
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