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Man Seriously Hurt in Rollover Crash Near Buellton Teen Driver Crashes Into Santa Maria Michaels Store Fishing Fleets Search for Squid Off Santa Barbara Shores Children’s Museum of Santa Barbara Moves Closer to Reality Guadalupe Mayor Warns Ballot Measures Are Needed to Keep City Solvent Bomb Threat at UCSB’s Campbell Hall Called False Alarm

Man Seriously Hurt in Rollover Crash Near Buellton

Victim airlifted to Cottage Hospital in Santa Barbara after being extricated from minivan

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor | updated logo

Teen Driver Crashes Into Santa Maria Michaels Store

Driver reportedly led police on a pursuit through Santa Maria with stolen car before driving into the store

By Janene Scully, Noozhawk North County Editor

Fishing Fleets Search for Squid Off Santa Barbara Shores

Market squid are spawning in more places than normal, including in local waters

By Gina Potthoff, Noozhawk Staff Writer

Children’s Museum of Santa Barbara Moves Closer to Reality

Construction crews begin prepping the State Street site for the planned 'playground for the brain,' slated to open in June 2016

By Joshua Molina, Noozhawk Staff Writer | updated logo

Guadalupe Mayor Warns Ballot Measures Are Needed to Keep City Solvent

Frances Romero presents a dire financial picture during a meeting of the Committee to Improve North County

By Janene Scully, Noozhawk North County Editor

Bomb Threat at UCSB’s Campbell Hall Called False Alarm

Evacuations of the campus building have been lifted

By Lara Cooper, Noozhawk Staff Writer | updated logo

By Tom Bolton, Noozhawk Executive Editor | updated logo

 

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