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Ventura River Bottom Fire Causes Traffic Slow Down

Ventura City and County fire crews had to contain a fire that broke out in the Ventura River bottom 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Cabrillo Boulevard Bridge Gets An Upgrade

Lower State Street will soon have a whole new look thanks in part to the Cabrillo Boulevard Bridge replacement project.

Pedestrian Safety Patrols at County Fair

SMPD using state grant for stepped-up enforcement.

One Person Dead After Oxnard Collision

One person is dead after a two vehicle collision in Oxnard, Wednesday.

UPDATE: Motorcyclist Killed on Highway 154 Identified

The California Highway Patrol has identified the victim in a fatal motorcycle crash that occurred last Friday. 20-year-old Ryan B. Bollay of Santa Ynez, was killed when his motorcycle collided with a 1992 Nissan Pathfinder making a left turn onto state Route 154.

Traffic Advisory: Storke Road, Hollister Avenue Improvement Project

Construction on northbound Storke Road will begin Wednesday night and continue on Thursday night. A concrete median will be removed, and the inside left turn lane on southbound Storke will be temporarily removed. This lane will remain missing for about a month.

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SLO Airport Will Offer Additional Flights In September

For the second time this month, United Express operated by SkyWest has announced it will offer additional daily flights to LAX and SFO out of SLO County Regional Airport.

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Camarillo Man Killed In Highway 154 Crash Identified

California Highway Patrol said a passenger not wearing a seat belt suffered fatal injuries in a crash Tuesday.

PHOTO: Ben Wilson

Gallons Of Water Gush Out Of Main Break In Santa Barbara

There are reports of a water main break near Peabody School on the 3000 block of Calle Rosales Road and Alamar Avenue in Santa Barbara. 

Oil Spill Traffic Impacts

Lane Closure Continues In Wake Of Refugio Oil Spill

The Plains All-American Pipeline spill is now three weeks old and road closures won't be stopping anytime soon.

Santa Maria Trio Arrested for Suspected Carjacking

Three Santa Maria residents are in jail for what police say was a violent carjacking on Friday night.

Traffic and Parking for Elks Rodeo Parade Saturday

The Santa Maria Police Department is reminding locals of road closures for Saturday's Elks Rodeo Parade.

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Cachuma Lake Plays Key Role in Saving Endangered Steelhead Trout

Cachuma Lake hit its high water mark in July, 2011. Lake officials expect water…

Source of Miles-Long Oil Sheen Off Goleta Beach Remains Unknown

Emergency crews responded to Goleta Beach on reports of a very large oil sheen in…

Oil Slick Could Impact Sea Birds

The oil slick off the coast of Goleta is having a direct impact on our wildlife,…

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U.S. drivers can look forward to $2 gas later this year, thanks in part to the Iran…

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U.S. takes $35 billion hit from falling oil

With gas prices plunging, you're probably happier every time you pull up to a pump…

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Kia Soul now plugs in

On the outside, it looks much like the conventional Kia Soul. However, this version…

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