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The city lies between the steeply-rising Santa Ynez Mountains and the Pacific coast, approximately 90 miles miles WNW of Los Angeles. Its climate is described as Mediterranean, and the city is sometimes referred to as the "American Riviera." Its history begins at least 13,000 years ago with the ancestors of the present-day Chumash (Native American people who historically inhabit chiefly central and southern coastal regions of California).

Population: 92325
Local Newspapers: Santa Barbara News-Press
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Local Colleges: University of California Santa Barbara

Zip Codes associated with santa barbara, california: 93103 93105 93108 93109 93110 93111 93907
Towns/Cities near santa barbara, california : Goleta Mission Canyon Montecito Carpinteria Isla Vista

Santa Barbara County News
Royals Freshmen Welcomed at San Marcos High School Orientation

Link Crews of upperclass students show the Class of 2021 around campus ahead of Monday's first day of school The Class of 2021 packed the gymnasium during freshman orientation Friday morning at San Marcos High School. Freshmen students are welcomed to the San Marcos High School campus ahead of Monday's first day of school.

Jeff Bridges, The Lark Spice Up Foodbank Fundraiser for Table of Life Gala

Jeff Bridges , the 2017 Table of Life honoree, and Susan Bridges , both active and longtime supporters of the Foodbank, were present, along with Maryan Schall, 2016 Table of Life honoree and this year's honorary event chair. "My goal is to make Santa Barbara a No Kid Hungry County," he said.

Driver Found Not Guilty of Vehicular Manslaughter for Fatal Crash Near Santa Maria

Jurors in a Santa Barbara County Superior Court trial found a Santa Maria man not guilty of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter for a crash that killed a motorcyclist on Black Road in 2015. The panel of five men and seven women returned the verdict late Friday afternoon for the trial held in Judge John McGregor's courtroom.

City Council Candidate Upset Over 'Bernie Sanders' Exclusion From Ballot Statement

Santa Barbara City Council candidate Jack Ucciferri , a self-professed "Berniecrat," is upset that that the city forced him to remove a reference to Bernie Sanders from his ballot statement, and is now considering a legal challenge. Ucciferri, who is running for a spot in District 6 against incumbent Councilman Gregg Hart, submitted an original 200-word statement with the sentence, "I will represent the Bernie Sanders movement."

Children and Hot Cars a Deadly Combination

The Public Health Department is issuing a reminder to the community to prevent deaths resulting from children left in hot cars. In 2015, a child died in Santa Barbara County due to heatstroke when the youngster was left/got locked in a hot car.

Soap Opera Actress Pleads Guilty to DUI Charges for Highway 154 Crash

A veteran soap opera actress who drove the wrong way on Highway 154 with more than four times the legal limit of alcohol in her system, causing a crash that critically injuried another driver last year, changed her plea on DUI and other charges to guilty on Friday. Before the Santa Barbara County Superior Court preliminary hearing's scheduled start - and after meetings between attorneys and Judge James Voysey in his chambers - Jensen Buchanan entered her guilty plea.

Bill Macfadyen: Deputy Dog Sinks Teeth into Alleged Grocery Store Crime - in Pet Supplies Aisle

I don't know about you, but I've had more than enough of the atrocity and chaos of this past week. It's been revolting, disgraceful, exasperating and exhausting.

Santa Barbara Post Office Building Renamed for Navy SEAL

A fallen United States Navy SEAL and Santa Barbara native was honored at a ceremony Thursday at the United States Postal Service office in Victoria Court, after legislation was passed to rename the facility in his honor. The office at 1221 State St., Suite 12, will be renamed the Special Warfare Operator Master Chief Petty Officer Louis "Lou" J. Langlais Post Office Building.

Trial Begins For Man Accused of Killing Brother Near Lompoc in 2016

That's what Santa Barbara County Superior Court jurors were told Thursday before a defense attorney claimed that someone else killed Enrique Herrera. Jurors heard opening statements from both sides in the trial of Arturo Herrera, 31, who faces a murder charge with an enhancement for use of a deadly or dangerous weapon.

Vehicular-Manslaughter Trial Underway for 2015 Crash Near Tanglewood

A motorcyclist was killed on Black Road in June 2015 in a violent collision when a truck turned left into the Tanglewood subdivision, a California Highway Patrol officer testified this week. After jury selection Monday and opening statements Tuesday, Santa Barbara County Superior Court jurors in the Michael Glenn Chambers trial began hearing testimony from several witnesses.

Back to School at MOXI Museum

Gearing up for the 2017-18 school year, MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation has announced open registration for field trips featuring new educational programming to benefit teachers and students. Local parents can also register their children for an afterschool program focused on digital creativity, created in partnership with Katy Perry's Fireworks Foundation, as well as an Innovators Camp scheduled for Thanksgiving week.

I.V. Community Services District Seeks Interim General Manager

The Isla Vista Community Services District is beginning an extensive search for a qualified firm to serve as interim general manager. At its Aug. 8 meeting, the Board of Directors took action to float a request for proposals, and declare the window for submissions open.

Tracy Macuga Leads Public Defender's Office in New Directions

Most days in the dawn hours, Tracy Macuga opens her office on the third floor of the courthouse and puts on Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald. Overlooking the Sunken Garden, Santa Barbara County's Public Defender can see some of the city's well-known homeless men huddled by the steps in the chilly mornings.

Armed Teen Suspect Arrested After Standoff at Supermarket Near Goleta

A teenager who allegedly shoplifted items from a supermarket near Goleta and brandished a knife was arrested Wednesday night after a standoff with sheriff's deputies. The incident began at about 7:15 p.m. at the Vons supermarket in the Turnpike Shopping Center, according to Kelly Hoover, a spokeswoman with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department .

Environmental Advocates Back Conklin

A group of local Santa Barbara environmental leaders and community advocates have joined in announcing their endorsement of Hal Conklin for Santa Barbara mayor. Robert Sulnick, co-founder of the international American Ocean Campaign, said he recognized Conklin's dedication and achievements toward building a greener Santa Barbara.

Santa Barbara Countya s Fig Mountain worth the visit

I've had the pleasure of exploring many places in the state of California, and in my humble opinion, the Santa Figueroa Mountain summit in Santa Barbara County, is second only in awe factor to Yosemite National Park. It is definitely one of my favorite places to hike, take photographs and explore.

Plains Announces Plans to Replace Santa Barbara County Oil Pipelines

The company responsible for the 2015 Refugio oil spill has filed an application with Santa Barbara County Tto replace its 120-plus miles of oil and gas transportation pipelines. Plains All American Pipeline's two local lines, which run from the Gaviota Coast to Pentland in Kern County, have been shut down since the May 19, 2015, spill that dumped 123,228 of crude oil onto the coastline and into the ocean near Refugio State Beach.

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