Police are still looking for Joel Campos, 25.
In the hospital with his father, who also survived
Amtrak Added Railcars over the Weekend
Amtrak added space for an additional 2,000 passengers.
Inmates carried a safe on a stretcher.
Supermarket Becomes a Sanctuary for Community
Vons becomes a sanctuary for Montecito community.
Nineteen Fatalities Confirmed
The Sheriff's Office has confirmed 20 fatalities.
Caltrans Says Re-Open Date Unknown
Caltrans announced re-open date unknown; trains have been delayed.
Truckloads of black, watery mud collected after the devastating Montecito mudslides are being dumped .
Confusion About the Number of Missing Persons Explained, Per Undersheriff
The number of firefighters increased to 1,250 from about 700 on Thursday.
Residents were escorted to shop, but were told they could not get back to their homes until further notice. Too many equipment trucks were on the road, sheriff's deputies said.
17 People Killed and 100 Homes Destroyed in Post-Thomas Fire Disaster
Seventeen people were killed and 100 homes were destroyed in the post-Thomas Fire disaster.
Family Members are Visiting the Center to Ask About Missing Relatives
Family members visited the center to ask about missing relatives.
Accounts of Miracles Emerge from the Deluge
Accounts of miracles continue to emerge from the deluge.
She is reportedly expected to survive.
[UPDATE, Jan. 9, 6:11 p.m.] “Very bad” damage reported to main water pipeline supplying Montecito and Carpinteria.
Bodies Recovered from Butterfly Beach, Olive Mill Road, Channel Drive Off-Ramp
Bodies have been recovered from Butterfly Beach, Olive Mill Road, and the Channel Drive off-ramp.
Fire-Denuded Hillsides and Rain a Potent Mix for Flooding
Fire-denuded hillsides and rain a potent mix for flooding.
Many Details Remain Unclear
Santa Barbara resident Jesus Reyes was shot and killed downtown early Monday morning.
Goleta school board member promises fiscal responsibility and to protect the environment.
One Dead, One Injured Following Shooting at De la Vina and Victoria Streets
One dead, one injured following shooting at De la Vina and Victoria streets.
The opioid-blocking medication was administered twice over the Christmas holiday.
Feuds in Carpinteria and Lompoc Erupt over Coming Pot Laws
Feuds in Carpinteria and Lompoc erupting over pot laws that go into effect January 1
News Reporter Kelsey Brugger Picks a Few of Her Favorite Articles from the Past Year
News Reporter Kelsey Brugger picks a few of her favorite articles from the past year.
Cannabis Growers Deploy Deodorizers to Combat Complaints
Cannabis growers deploy deodorizers to combat complaints.
'Crimes of Opportunity' Charged and a Cannabis Lab Found
'Crimes of opportunity' charged and a cannabis lab found.
Crop Still Expected to Be Bigger Than Last Year
Crop still expected to be bigger than last year.
Firefighter Cory Iverson Died December 14; Evacuee Virginia Pesola on December 6
Firefighter Cory Iverson died on December 14; evacuee Virginia Pesola on December 6.
With a Little Extra Cash, You Too Can Get Extra Fire Protection
With a little extra cash, you too can get extra fire protection.
CHP's road closures to decrease traffic in the mandatory evacuation neighborhoods.
Rigorous winds persisted all afternoon.
As the Thomas Fire Moves Towards the City, Officials Are Mobilizing Resources
As the Thomas Fire moves towards the city, officials are mobilizing resources.
Hand Crews Cut Fire Lines at San Ysidro Creek Overnight
Hand crews cut fire lines at San Ysidro Creek over Friday night.
Regulations Go into Effect January 1
The state regulations go into effect January 1.
Disability Rights California Sues Over Alleged ‘Unsanitary’ Conditions
Disability Rights California sues over alleged “unsanitary” conditions.
Virginia Pesola Was Formerly with S.B. County Counsel and Ventura Court of Appeal
Virginia Pesola was formerly with Santa Barbara County Counsel and Ventura Court of Appeal.
Catch-22: Air-Cleaning Winds Would Make Firefight More Difficult
It’s a catch-22: Air-cleaning winds would make firefight more difficult.
The county supervisors vote against 40 hours of paid leave for Thomas Fire evacuees.
With Alcohol, Cigarettes, and Opioids, Why Double Down on Cannabis?
With alcohol, cigarettes, and opioids, why double down on cannabis? he asks.
Over 6,000 Fire Personnel Fight On; Voluntary Evacuations Stretch to Highway 154
[UPDATE] Public meeting on current fire conditions will be held at 4 p.m. at San Marcos High School.
More Than 3,500 Fire Personnel Deployed to the Thomas Fire
More than 3,500 fire personnel have been deployed to the Thomas Fire.
Future Remains Unknown
The fire has grown to 132,000 acres. It is 10 percent contained.
Evacuation Warnings and Orders Clarified at Thursday Evening Press Conference
Evacuation warnings and orders were clarified at the Thursday evening press conference.
The county’s Reserve Medical Corps is now distributing free face masks.
County Supervisors Weigh in on the Future of Oil Around Santa Barbara
The county supervisors weighed in on the future of oil around Santa Barbara.
Dispute Continues Over the Political and Cultural Hub's Future
Dispute continues over the political and cultural hub's future.
Things got rowdy Monday night during the blackout.
Violent, Unsanctioned Isla Vista Street Party Made It the Last
Violent, unsanctioned Isla Vista street party made it the last giant one.
Bill would allow the tribe to immediately annex the 1,400-acre property known as Camp 4.
Two Districts Are Hurting After the Refugio Oil Spill Shutdown
Two districts are hurting after the Refugio Oil Spill shutdown.
Democrat Susan Epstein Has Pulled Papers; Republicans Looking for Viable Candidate
Democrat Susan Epstein has pulled papers; Republicans are looking for viable candidate.