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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
Local Sports Teams:
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
A Glendale man burned his genitals and legs. The culprit? An e-cigarette battery, new lawsuit claims

Erik Howell, 26, of Glendale suffered burns to his legs and genitals. On Wednesday, he filed a lawsuit blaming the burns partly on the e-cigarette battery manufacturer LG Chem.

Santa Monica Debris Basin Above Carpinteria Dubbed 'Hero' After Jan. 9 Debris Flow

Santa Barbara County officials are praising catch basins and a federal watershed project for effectively protecting the city of Carpinteria after the Jan. 9 storm that caused deadly mud and debris flows. Ten of the 11 debris basins are "completely cleared," Tom Fayram, the county's deputy public works director, said Tuesday evening during a community meeting at Carpinteria High School.

District Attorney Reviewing Whether Animal Rescue Founder to Face More Charges

The leader of an animal rescue facility in Solvang made her first court appearance since being arrested for allegedly violating a criminal protective order, but a decision on whether Julia Di Sieno will face other charges remains under review. At the time, a judge signed a criminal protective order naming Mary and Richard Nohr and banned Di Sieno from owning firearms or other weapons.

UCSB Researchers Unmask Particulates in Thomas Fire Ashes

For more than two weeks in December, ash particles swirled like snowflakes across much of Santa Barbara County, blanketing the area in a dusting of grayish-white. N95 particulate masks became a ubiquitous sight as people donned them for respiratory protection, wondering, and worrying, just what those ashes contained.

Utility can remove power poles in an area of Montecito burned by the Thomas fire, judge rules

Southern California Edison's removal of power poles and repair work in an area near the start of the Thomas fire will be allowed to continue, a Santa Barbara County judge ruled Tuesday. Tossing out the bulk of a temporary restraining order request filed on behalf of homeowners affected by the blaze and subsequent mudslide in Montecito, Judge Thomas Anderle ruled that the utility's argument that it is properly preserving the equipment it has removed so far was persuasive.

Man Shot Dead by Security at Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez

A man was shot dead early Tuesday in an altercation with a security officer at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez. The incident occurred at about 2:15 a.m. on resort property, according to Kelly Hoover, a spokeswoman for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department.

Races in June Primary Election Taking Shape as March Filing Deadline Nears

A pair of Santa Barbara County supervisors, two top law enforcement officers, a Santa Barbara City Council member and a number of other county and state jobs will appear on the June primary election ballots, with races shaping up for some slots that typically run unopposed.

Hotel Sales in San Diego Surpassed $611M in 2017 With Few Signs of a Slowdown

Feb. 16--Hotels continue to be a much desired commodity in California, which last year saw more than $6 billion properties trade hands, from the Park Hyatt Aviara in Carlsbad to the Ritz-Carlton Bacara in Goleta. Although the $6.2 billion in sales fell short of the peak of $9.5 billion set in 2015, there are few signs of a slowdown in sales activity, according to a year-end report released by Orange County-based Atlas Hospitality Group.

Few states let courts take guns from people deemed a threat

In this May 24, 2014 file photo, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, right, walks past a board displaying photos of gunman Elliot Rodger and the weapons he used in a mass shooting in Isla Vista, Calif., after a news conference in Santa Barbara, Calif. A growing number of states have passed laws or are considering bills allowing courts to temporarily remove guns from individuals deemed a danger to themselves or others, an intervention that advocates say stops shootings and suicides by disturbed individuals.

Driver Sought After Pedestrian Killed in Hit-Run Accident Near Vandenberg AFB

A pedestrian was killed by a hit-and-run driver in the southbound lanes of Highway 1 near the Vandenberg Air Force Base main gate on Monday, the California Highway Patrol said. Shortly after 5:30 a.m. personnel from Vandenberg, the Santa Barbara County Fire Department and the Lompoc Fire Department were dispatched to the scene on Highway 1 near Timber Lane.

DUI Suspect Arrested in Old Town Orcutt Following Pursuit

A Bakersfield man suspected of DUI was arrested early Sunday after a pursuit that ended in a crash in Old Town Orcutt, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department . The incident began at about 2 a.m. on the 200 block of Pacific Street in Orcutt, where deputies responded after receiving a report of an intoxicated man vandalizing vehicles, said Sgt.

Chumash Instructors Can Teach Tribal Language, Culture in Public Schools

The Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, which supported successful state legislation to make teaching credentials available in the subjects of Native American language and culture, now has three instructors with clear credentials who are ready to teach students throughout the Santa Ynez Valley. Nakia Zavalla, the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians' culture director, along with Kathleen Marshall and Carmen Sandoval recently obtained their Native American Language and Native American Culture clear credential, which allows them to teach the subjects in public schools.

Cold and Blustery Weather Expected in Santa Barbara County

Cold and blustery weather is expected in Santa Barbara County for the remainder of the Presidents Day weekend, prompting forecasters to issue a wind advisory and a freeze watch. Northwest winds gusting to 40 mph are expected to develop Sunday afternoon and continue through Monday evening, according to the National Weather Service in Oxnard .

2 bears burned in California wildfire spotted in the wild

This Jan. 2018 file photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife shows a bear, injured in a wildfire, resting with its badly burned paws wrapped in fish skin - tilapia - and covered in corn husks during treatment at the University of California, Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in Davis, Calif. Two female bears badly burned in a wildfire are back home in the Los Padres National Forest.

2 bears burned in California wildfire spotted in the wild

In this Jan. 2018, 2018, file photo provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, veterinarian Dr. Laura Peyton, chief of integrated medicine at the University of California, Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, works on the badly burned paw of a bear, injured in a wildfires, in Davis, Calif. Two female bears badly burned in a wildfire are back home in the Los Padres National Forest.

Florida suspect's red flags weren't enough to stop gun buy

In this May 24, 2014 file photo, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, right, walks past a board displaying photos of gunman Elliot Rodger and the weapons he used in a mass shooting in Isla Vista, Calif., after a news conference in Santa Barbara, Calif. A growing number of states have passed laws or are considering bills allowing courts to temporarily remove guns from individuals deemed a danger to themselves or others, an intervention that advocates say stops shootings and suicides by disturbed individuals.

Florida suspect's red flags weren't enough to stop gun buy

In this May 24, 2014 file photo, Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown, right, walks past a board displaying photos of gunman Elliot Rodger and the weapons he used in a mass shooting in Isla Vista, Calif., after a news conference in Santa Barbara, Calif. A growing number of states have passed laws or are considering bills allowing courts to temporarily remove guns from individuals deemed a danger to themselves or others, an intervention that advocates say stops shootings and suicides by disturbed individuals.

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