There was blood, injuries, and lots and lots of people needing medical attention. The 3rd annual Santa Barbara County CERT drill provided real world disaster preparedness training for citizens from throughout the Central Coast. Julie Jeakle, Carpinteria Emergency Services Coordinator, said "It's important to prepare. The fact is we never know when a disaster will happen, so it's important to be ready if it ever does."
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A brownish creature, with sharp teeth and claws, is deceased on the beach in Santa Barbara after the latest storm, and many people are wondering what it is.
Billionaire developer Rick Caruso has issued a statement regarding the Miramar Hotel project in Montecito, after a heated debate Monday afternoon.
A funnel cloud appeared over the Lompoc Valley on Tuesday.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department says 60 year old Dale Karr is the host at Nojoqui Falls County Park and lived in a mobile home on the park property.
An unusual creatures, three broken boats, and piles of debris are among the leftovers from the latest storm to come through Santa Barbara.
The Los Alamos steer wrestler returns home after winning a 5th world championship at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.
Dozens of chronically homeless people in Isla Vista have moved into new permanent housing.
In Arroyo Grande, Stuart Bartleson hasn’t had to irrigate in 10 days and says there is some recovery in the wells.
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Chanukah begins at sundown today. Find out more about this Jewish holiday, which is observed for eight days and nights.
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