Volunteers Needed For Refugio Beach Cleanup
The portion of the oil pipeline that broke, causing oil to spill into the surrounding canyon and beach, has been emptied.
CSUCI Studies Beach Impacts From Oil Spill
Teams from California State University, Channel Islands collecting samples from beaches after oil spill.
Isla Vista Pauses To Remember Victims Of Tragedy
Hundreds gathered for a vigil and memorial walk to honor the lives lost on May 23, 2014.
County Fire Crews Assist In Oil Clean Up
County Fire has units assisting in overall cleanup operations along the Gaviota Coast.
Pardall Tunnel UCSB
May 23 marks the one year anniversary of the Isla Vista tragedy. As a tribute to the lives that were lost on that night, Pardall Tunnel is uniquely lit up.
Teens Host Rummage Sale To Pay For Summer Camp
Teens in the St. Raphael's Youth Ministry program woke up bright and early to put on a rummage sale.
Flags Placed At Graves For Memorial Day
American flags were placed at each grave site for veterans at Calvary Cemetary in Santa Barbara to honor them for Memorial Day.
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Birds covered in oil were taken to a treatment facility in San Pedro for cleaning by veterinary experts.
children met two famous locals during summertime concert and free summer lunch program kickoff
Major star power kicked off this summer's free meal program for children in need of nutrition when school is out.
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Plains All-American Pipeline workers were about 25 miles away when a pressure variance was detected near Refugio. A company spokesperson said they shut off flow to the north and received a report from firefighters about an oily smell.
THERE ARE NATURAL SEEPS IN THIS AREA AND IT'S NOT UNCOMMON FOR OIL CLUMPS TO BE SEEN HERE.. SOME SAY THERE IS MORE THAN USUAL TODAY - POSSIBLY FROM THE REFUGIO SPILL.. BUT THE WATER IS CLEAR AND THE AREA IS STILL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
As rescue workers continue efforts to help wildlife affected by the Refugio Beach oil spill, a station reporter discovered one animal that had not been rescued as of Friday afternoon
Photo by Nathan Stone
Highway 101 traffic is backed up in Santa Barbara due to a semi truck on fire near the State Street exit
Five men convicted of first degree murder and kidnapping receive mandatory sentences of life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Dave Alley rides a helicopter with the Coast Guard and NOAA to check out the oil spill
Dave Alley flies with the U.S. Coast Guard and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to get a birds eye's view and assessment of the coastal oil spill.
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