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Two Santa Ynez Valley men have been arrested for allegedly stealing fish from the Santa Barbara Harbor area as part of a reselling scheme in Hollywood.
An Ojai couple was reunited with a wedding ring that was lost at Ellwood Beach two years ago.
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A former congressional aide accused of killing a woman while driving drunk reached a plea agreement.
The weekend soft opening was a preview, and Monday the crowds came in to the new Santa Barbara Public Market on the corner of Victoria and Chapala Streets.
Goleta Mayor Roger Aceves is running for Santa Barbara County Supervisor.
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The first total lunar eclipse in more than two years had everyone looking to the sky Monday night through early Tuesday morning.
Santa Barbara's new Public Marketplace is now open to the public.
Santa Barbara's urgent request earlier this year for water users to cut back 20 percent, hasn't worked enough. The city says the reduction has only been 15 percent.
Check out these lookers who ran into the law.
Stargazers professional and amateur turned their cameras to the skies for Tuesday's "blood moon" eclipse.