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Sheriff’s Department Gets State Grant to Fight Rural Crime

$117,200 will pay to reinstate a previously eliminated full-time deputy position

Published on 12.16.2011 2:16 a.m.


Hiker Injured on Tunnel Trail Airlifted to Safety

Rescuers assist a 21-year-old woman who suffered a fractured ankle

Published on 12.16.2011 1:54 a.m.


California Judicial Council Cancels Two Courthouse Projects; Santa Barbara Plan Still on Track

Projects in Alpine and Sierra counties nixed because of high cost and small caseloads

Published on 12.16.2011 1:46 a.m.


Camarillo man dies in three-vehicle collision

CHP will investigate the accident between a pickup truck and a motorcycle

Published on 12.15.2011 9:09 p.m.


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DA’s Office Files DUI Charges Against Carpinteria Councilman Joe Armendariz

District Attorney Joyce Dudley says test results show his blood-alcohol level was 0.18 at the time of his Dec. 2 arrest

Published on 12.15.2011 8:50 p.m.


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Santa Barbara Woman Accused of Possessing Counterfeit Money Orders Shipped from Nigeria

Police detectives and Secret Service agents make the arrest after setting up surveillance at a local mailbox store

Published on 12.15.2011 7:03 p.m.


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NTSB Calls for Broad Ban on Electronic Devices While Driving; Some Say It Goes Too Far

Industry professionals in Santa Barbara question whether such a law against cell phones and other personal gadgets would be effective

Published on 12.15.2011 1:19 a.m.


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Santa Barbara Deputy Police Chief Responds to Grand Jury Report on Patrol Car Cameras

Frank Mannix says the Police Department is prepared to move forward with installing equipment if funding can be secured

Published on 12.15.2011 12:31 a.m.


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Santa Barbara Council Enters Contract Negotiations with MarBorg Industries

The City Council votes to pursue a long-term agreement with the trash hauler for service on the Westside

Published on 12.14.2011 1:03 a.m.


445 Animals at Shelter After Raid on Santa Barbara Home

District Attorney's Office will determine whether to file charges against the owner

Published on 12.14.2011 12:46 a.m.


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Driver Charged with Vehicular Manslaughter in Death of San Marcos Student Sergio Romero

District Attorney's Office also charges 19-year-old Manuel Flores Jr. with speeding and violating a pedestrian’s right of way

Published on 12.13.2011 8:40 p.m.


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3 Hurt in Highway 101 Crash Near Gaviota Tunnel

Driver hits an embankment, causing a boulder to fall on the vehicle

Published on 12.13.2011 3:10 p.m.


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Armendariz Speaks Out About DUI Arrest, Says He’ll Finish Council Term But Won’t Seek Re-election

Meanwhile, the Carpinteria City Council votes to pursue a single-use bag ban that would carry different regulations for different kinds of stores

Published on 12.13.2011 4:11 a.m.


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Student Choirs Sing Songs of the Season to Greet Travelers at Santa Barbara Airport

Santa Barbara High School Madrigal Singers the first in a string of groups scheduled to perform through Friday in the airport's new lobby

Published on 12.13.2011 12:38 a.m.


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CHP, Santa Barbara County Agencies Stepping Up Efforts to Deter Drunken Drivers

Law enforcement officials hold a news conference at Goleta City Hall to emphasize safety over the holidays

Published on 12.12.2011 10:47 p.m.


City, County Governments Schedule Holiday Closures

Employee furloughs will affect many public services in Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, Goleta and Santa Barbara County

Published on 12.12.2011 2:14 a.m.


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Fire Forces Evacuation of Santa Barbara Apartment Complex

Investigators say the blaze, contained to one unit, started in the kitchen area

Published on 12.11.2011 4:20 p.m.


Rain, Colder Temperatures Due to Arrive Sunday Afternoon on South Coast

Showers expected to turn to rain Monday; homeless warming shelters open

Published on 12.11.2011 4:48 a.m.


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Santa Barbara Community Jumping Into Let’s Talk Westside Conversation

We asked for your ideas to make the Westside a better place and Noozhawk readers respond with suggestions

Published on 12.10.2011 10:29 p.m.


Santa Barbara-Goleta-Montecito Open House Listings: Dec. 11, 2011

Coldwell Banker, Prudential, Sotheby's post Sunday open house listings

Published on 12.10.2011 7:32 p.m.


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Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital Slapped with $50,000 Fine After 2009 Baby Abduction

California Department of Public Health launches statewide review in the wake of the incident and penalizes 14 facilities for noncompliance

Published on 12.10.2011 1:16 a.m.


Open House Listings: Dec. 10 & Dec. 11, 2011

Weekend open house listings for Santa Barbara, Goleta, Montecito, Carpinteria and Santa Barbara County

Published on 12.09.2011 11:28 p.m.


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Goleta Water District Keeps Bill Rosen as Board President

Lauren Hanson is voted vice president, and John McInnes will serve as secretary

Published on 12.09.2011 1:37 a.m.


Members of Occupy Santa Barbara File Suit Against City

Eight protesters arrested for refusing to leave De la Guerra Plaza after the curfew claim police officers' actions were 'unlawful and unconstitutional'

Published on 12.09.2011 12:44 a.m.


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Denunzio Pleads Not Guilty; New Allegations Surface Against Santa Barbara Police Officer

Attorney says two women plan to file complaints against Officer Aaron Tudor in separate incidents related to suspected DUI traffic stops

Published on 12.08.2011 7:03 p.m.


Investigators Release Surveillance Video of Attack on Isla Vista Foot Patrol Office

FBI offers $5,000 reward for information leading to a conviction in the firebombing case

Published on 12.08.2011 6:13 p.m.


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Suspect Sought in Attempted Robbery of Goleta Pharmacy

Sheriff's Department releases a surveillance image of the man, who officials say demanded a prescription drug from the clerk

Published on 12.07.2011 9:22 p.m.


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Carpinteria Councilman Joe Armendariz Arrested on Suspicion of DUI After Highway 101 Crash

CHP says he lost control trying to negotiate a curve in the roadway and was hospitalized for treatment of serious injuries

Published on 12.07.2011 4:33 p.m.


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Sanchez Delivers Low-Key Police Report to Santa Barbara City Council but Public Not So Muted

Fiery remarks fill open comment period as citizens challenge SBPD conduct, question council's response

Published on 12.07.2011 3:51 a.m.


Santa Barbara Council Extends Funding to Struggling Rental Housing Mediation Task Force

Council also designates the Granada building’s façade, Cottage Hospital’s Moreton Bay Fig Tree and a hacienda-style home as city landmarks

Published on 12.07.2011 3:27 a.m.


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Board of Supervisors Votes to Pursue State Grant of Up to $80 Million to Build North County Jail

Sheriff Brown's revised proposal calls for a 372-bed facility with a medical and mental health correctional treatment center

Published on 12.07.2011 2:46 a.m.


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Ed Easton Named Mayor of Goleta; Roger Aceves Appointed Mayor Pro Tempore

Easton talks with Noozhawk about his plans and priorities for his mayoral term, and what he has learned already during his time on the City Council

Published on 12.07.2011 1:51 a.m.


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Goleta Council Votes to Give $250,000 to Capital Campaign for Ice Rink at Girsh Park

The amount is half of what was requested by organizers, with council members hesitant to pledge more than what is available in existing funding

Published on 12.07.2011 1:21 a.m.


Santa Barbara County Under Freeze Warning, Frost Advisory

National Weather Service says some areas could experience three or more hours Wednesday morning of temperatures in the mid- to upper 20s

Published on 12.06.2011 11:52 p.m.


Frost Advisory Issued for Tuesday Morning in Santa Barbara County

National Weather Service calls for overnight lows of about 30 degrees, with the advisory in effect from 3 to 9 a.m.

Published on 12.05.2011 11:53 p.m.


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