Posted 12:38 AM 11/30/2013 by Ed Zuchelli, KSBY News
The Santa Barbara County Fire Department says a five vehicle accident temporarily shutdown Highway 101 in the Goleta area.
It happened the northbound side of the highway near the El Sueno off-ramp around 7:45 Friday night.
Santa Barbra County Fire says no one was injured.
The California Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of the accident.
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Posted 4:16 AM 11/29/2013 by Ed Zuchelli, KSBY News
Santa Maria Police say two men led officers on a short pursuit Wednesday night.
Investigators say the chase started around 9:00 PM after 20 year-old Moises Vazquez failed to pull over for police.
The chase started at Broadway and Fesler and ended when Vazquez lost control of his car (More)More Stories from 11/28/2013
Posted 8:15 PM 11/27/2013 by Connie Tran, KSBY NewsA free lunch program in Grover Beach is still serving the needy on the Central Coast, even though they don't have a permanent facility. Betsy Ehrler, the president of the South County People's Kitchen, said they will bring the meals to the needy in parks around town. Ehrler said she has been in (More)
Posted 12:17 PM 12/4/2013 by Jeanette Trompeter
For as long as I can remember when I was looking for information on the history of Pismo Beach, I was sent to Effie McDermott. She is a treasure trove of local lore about a community that comes with a very colorful past. "What's unique to Pismo is we cherish our stories." says Effie. "In fact (More)
Posted 8:10 AM 11/28/2013 by Cameron Polom, KSBY News
Two lawsuits filed Monday in San Luis Obispo Superior Court challenge the legality of the emergency ordinance restricting the use of the North County Groundwater Basin. Back in August, San Luis Obispo County supervisors passed the ordinance restricting the planting of new irrigated crops. (More)...
Posted 6:42 PM 11/27/2013 by Jeanette Trompeter
Mention San Simeon and the Hearst name, and this is likely the first image that comes to mind is the castle. But long before it came to be, the ranch was here. And still is.
William Randolph Hearst's father, George Hearst, bought the land in 1865. For 150 years, it has been the California (More)
Posted 6:22 PM 11/27/2013 by Katherine Worsham, KSBY News
Rescue crews in Santa Barbara County are responding to a call of an injured climber.
According to the Santa Barbara County Fire Department, witnesses said someone fell about 150 feet off Gibraltar Rock. That's located off Gibraltar Road in the foothills above Santa Barbara.
It happened at around 4:40 pm on Wednesday. The climber reportedly suffered moderate injuries.
Rescue crews planned to use a helicopter to reach the injured person.
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