Endurance swimmer Diana Nyad began her fifth and final attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida without a protective cage on Saturday, Aug. 31.
On Sunday night she broke Penny Palfrey's record for the farthest anyone had managed on the trek without a shark cage.
Nyad reached the shores of Key West on Monday afternoon, becoming the first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without a shark cage.
Take a look at some the images from her historic swim.
Dozens of onlookers -- some in kayaks and boats, many others wading in the water or standing on shore -- gathered to cheer her on as she finished the more-than-100-mile swim.
Nyad reached the shores of Key West nearly 53 hours after jumping into the ocean in Havana.
The operators of a Santa Barbara business site in the popular "Funk Zone" have disappeared and those who have booked events are upset about losing the site and apparently their down payment money.
Photo Courtesy: Santa Maria Police Dept.
Santa Maria police are investigating an incident of an adult striking a 14-year-old boy in the face while on a school bus, and are seeking the public's help.
Photo: Santa Maria Police Dept.
The Santa Maria Police Department said its detectives arrested Santa Maria resident, Mario Alberto Cambronero, in connection with a child molestation case.
A new report lays out how much water Californians are using a day.
After our camera captured documents with social security numbers, addresses and other sensitive data in dumpsters behind Coco's Bakery Restaurant in Santa Maria, their parent company has responded.
Keith Carls photo
Solvang Brewing Company buys former Beattie Ford property.
The Santa Barbara City Council voted to declare a stage 3 drought emergency, but they did not agree to ban new swimming pools.
Four British women rowed into the Santa Barbara Harbor Tuesday evening in hopes of getting their boat repaired before they continue their effort to set a record.
Chocolate isn't the only human food that can do harm to your dog. Click through for a brief refresher on what could be poisonous to your pooch.
Courtesy Jen Corn
In the fall of 2011, Jen Corn was the heaviest she had ever been. At 5 feet 6 inches, Corn weighed more than 300 pounds. Now, almost three years after the start of her weight-loss journey, Corn weighs 161 pounds.
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