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Bishop Diego Students Volunteer For Day of Service

Bishop Diego High School students, teachers and staff spent the day volunteering at 11 local nonprofits for a Day of Service.

Father-Son Hiking Duo Bring New Faces On Adventures

A Santa Barbara County Father has made a tradition of hiking every year with his 8 year old son. Now the third grader and Dad are taking new faces with them and sharing their passion for their great outdoors.  

FoodBank CEO Winds Down Food Security Challenge

FoodBank CEO Winds Down Food Security Challenge

The FoodBank CEO is winding down his Food Security Challenge where he has lived on less than $6.50 a day for the month of February.

CARPINTERIA TALENT SHOWCASE

Carpinteria Rotary Talent Showcase Features Over 20 Acts and has Sixth Sell Out

The Carpinteria Rotary Talent Showcase Saturday night sold out the Plaza Playhouse Theatre and raised money for music in the schools.

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San Marcos High School Freshman Wins 'Teen Star' Competition

The Granada Theater rolls out the red carpet Saturday night as 10 finalists competed for the title of "Teen Star". Some said it felt a little like "American Idol."

Community Pitches In To Help Deputy Recovering From Stroke

Hundreds Attend Fundraiser To Support Deputy Recovering From Stroke

Members of the Sheriff's Office hosted a BBQ and silent auction for Senior Deputy Dan McSkimming and his family.

College Film To Be Screened At Lompoc High School

A free screening of the documentary film “First Generation,” is scheduled Feb. 27 in Lompoc High School’s cafeteria.

SBCC Students Take Top Awards At Hackathon Competition

A team of students from Santa Barbara City College took top awards at UC Santa Barbara’s “hackathon event,” SBHacks.

County Officers Honored In Special Olympics Race

San Luis Obispo County law enforcement officers will be honored this year in the upcoming Law Enforcement Torch Run Final Leg for the Special Olympics.

High School Students Build Houses In Mexico

Students in the Multimedia Arts and Design Academy at Santa Barbara High School, spent five days in Mexico building houses.

Local Celebrities Paddle Out For Good Cause

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Public Safety Employees and Local Celebrities Paddle Out For Good Cause

Surfers paddled out at Leadbetter Beach for ninth annual Longboard Classic.

Chumash Band Make $225,000 Donation to Ice In Paradise Skating Rink

The new Ice in Paradise Skating Arena in Goleta just received a new grant from the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians. 

Local Headlines

Lawsuit Filed Against Santa Barbara County in Isla Vista Killings

Two Los Angeles based law firms representing the parents of three slain students in…

Engineer in Metrolink Crash Dies In The Hospital

Officials confirm Metrolink engineer has died.

Storm Impacts Include Rockslides and Rollovers

The hard-to-predict weather system that whirled around Southern California for a…

Brian Shaw Fired by Denver Nuggets

The former UCSB star has been relieved of his duties as head coach by the Denver…

Paraglider Killed In Rattlesnake Canyon Crash Identified

Dr. Ron Faoro, 60, died after slipping out of his harness while tandem paragliding…

Paraglider Dies After Falling 1,000 Feet Near La Cumbre Peak

The man was tandem paragliding with his teenage daughter when he fell.

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Tipline Investigation Craigslist Rental Scam

Tipline Investigation: Craigslist Scam Targets Desperate Renters

In this Tipline investigation we expose a rental scam that will have you doing a…

Tipline Run or Dye

Tipline Investigation: Charities Struggle with Run or Dye Broken Promises

Trouble is brewing for the company that puts on the popular Run or Dye events. …

Santa Barbara City Council Agrees to ZIR Changes

The Santa Barbara City Council is moving ahead with changes to its Zoning…

Tipline Investigation: Unraveling Santa Barbara's ZIR Mess

We have an update on a Tipline investigation that exposed serious flaws within the…

WHEELCHAIR SCAM

Tipline Investigation: Don't Fall For the Wheelchair Scam

Our Tipline investigation begins with a sob story. Every scammer has one. They love…

Run or Dye Event Cancelled Under Cloud of Suspicion

The Run or Dye event scheduled for Ventura this Saturday, November 8, will not…

Family Headlines

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12 states that still ban same-sex marriage

What a difference a couple of years makes. A federal judge has struck down…

Asians, Asian Americans

Asian Americans are catching white Americans in the wealth race

Asians are on their way to toppling whites as the wealthiest group in America.

Asians…

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8 tax audit red flags

Budget cuts at the IRS may mean fewer audits this year. But that doesn't mean…

Lifestyle

Hotline for religious doubters: 1-84-I-DOUBT-IT

New helpline aims at religious doubters

An atheists organization is offering a hotline for doubters to call: 1-84-I-DOUBT-IT.

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Tinder angers swipe-happy users

Many wish they could swipe left and reject the latest version of Tinder.

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Monica Lewinsky to give TED Talk

Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern at the center of President Bill…

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