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The Rhythmic Arts Projects helps local international kids

Program Teaches Children With Disabilities Through Rhythm

For the past 18 years, a local non-profit has been changing the lives of children through rhythm. There will be a fundraiser to help continue these programs for our local children Friday, February 6.

Photo: Christina Favuzzi

St. Joseph Knights Celebrate 50th Anniversary

On Wednesday, St. Joseph High School in Orcutt celebrated its 50th anniversary.

Duffy Holds Fundraiser For Lompoc Valley Programs

Danny Duffy Helps Youth Baseball, AYSO & Homeless Shelters in Lompoc Valley

Cabrillo High School alum Danny Duffy signed autographs at Pizza Garden to raise money for various programs.

Choir Concert Delights Onlookers

Choir Concert Delights Onlookers

Students from the Santa Barbara Unified School District participated in the 2nd Annual Choral Showcase.

Santa Barbara High students built homes for people in need

Santa Barbara Students Return From Mexico Home-Building Trip

Students from Santa Barbara High returned home from Mexico after a trip to help build homes for those less fortunate.


Mac's Holiday Pies Help Food Bank with Big Donation

The holiday pie sales at Mac's Fish and Chips Shop in Santa Barbara also put food on the tables of many residents helped by the Food Bank of Santa Barbara County.

Oxnard Residents Celebrate Martin Luther King Day

Oxnard Residents Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day

The 29th annual Doctor King, Jr., birthday celebration happened Monday in Oxnard.

Santa Ynez Cycling Club Promotes Biking And Community Outrea

Santa Ynez Cycling Club Promotes Biking And Community Outreach

A local cycling club is working to support not only its recreational pastime, but also community programs.

Non-Profit Helps Feed and House Formerly Homeless Seniors

Local Nonprofit Helps Feed And House Homeless Senior Citizens

It's called the Silver Tsunami-senior citizens flocking to homeless shelters in the nation's most expensive cities, including in Santa Barbara.

Dell Tablets given to Santa Maria teachers

Pioneer Valley High French teacher, Jessica Zambrano said that even in a Foreign language classroom, technology is important.

Master Chef Winners Chosen in Santa Barbara Competition

The 2015 Master Chef Culinary Competition for the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation was a vigorous battle between four top local chefs, taking place under the watchful eyes of citizen and professional judges Sunday.

Salvation Army in Arroyo Grande Receives Generous Donation

The Salvation Army South County Chapter received a donation check for $63,809.18 Friday morning to make-up for the holiday shortfall. The check was presented by New Life Church.

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Actor Michael Keaton Honored At Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Michael Keaton takes home the Modern Master Award.

Car Collision into Light Pole

Santa Maria Teen Arrested in Friday Fatal Accident

Santa Maria Police arrested a 17-year old after what investigators called a 'street…

Santa Barbara International Film Festival Screens Free Family Friendly Movies

Thousands of people being treated to film, popcorn and soda free of charge.

Now En Espanol filmmakers share their film at festival

Women Filmmakers Show 'Now En Espanol'

Andre Meller directed the documentary film "Now En Espanol."  It is about the…

"Uncanny" Filmmakers Share Their Film

The Director of the film 'Uncanny' talked about his film on the red carpet at the…

Fanistons Welcome Jennifer Aniston

"Fanistons" Welcome Jennifer Aniston to SBIFF

Self-titled "Fanistons" of Jennifer Aniston lined up to see her arrive at the…

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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…

Tipline Battle of Solar Power

Tipline Exclusive: SoCal Edison Accused Of Delaying Solar Applications

A nasty feud is brewing between many solar companies and Southern California Edison.


Father of Los Osos Woman Found Dead in Nevada Speaks Out

"Margay touched so many lives, and was so outgoing and gregarious", says Jeff…

Plea for Help from Family of Murdered Santa Maria Man

As Javier Limon Jr. stares at a collection of photographs of his late father Javier…

NewsChannel 3 Tipline Helps Pismo Man Get New Teeth

NewsChannel 3 Tipline Helps Pismo Man Get New Teeth

In this Tipline story, we help a man battered by life. A series of tragic events…

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Alabama judge warns gov against gay marriage

Alabama's Supreme Court chief justice hand delivered a letter to Gov. Robert…

Chipotle Cultivating Thought

Try tofu item, get free Chipotle

In a likely attempt to get vegetarians in the door, Chipotle is offering a free…

Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip

Australia Day 'Knightmare' as Prince Philip gets PM's nod

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has shirt-fronted the Australian public by awarding a…


Blizzard snow winter weather flights canceled

Winter storm cancels 1,400 Sunday flights

Airports in the Midwest are canceling flights ahead of a major winter storm set to…

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Huckabee compares gay marriage to drinking

Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee says expecting Christians to accept…

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American, Russian cross Pacific in balloon

They didn't go around the world, but then again it didn't take them close to 80…

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