Quicksand: Woman Trapped In Sand On Santa Barbara BeachThe woman had gotten stuck due to a quicksand effect created by Hurricane Fabio.
Brush Fire Rips Through Goleta; At Least 20 Structures Destroyed, Thousands EvacuatedMandatory evacuations were issued for about 2,500 people.
Sea Weed: Marijuana Washes Ashore In Santa Barbara CountyLarge amounts of loose marijuana washed ashore on Santa Barbara's West Beach, and a video depicting the stash is going viral.
Santa Barbara Gardener Survives 60-Foot Fall Down Abandoned WellThe man was doing landscaping work when the abandoned well’s cement covering gave way and he fell into waist-deep water.
SoCal Storm: Latest Evacuations And ClosuresThousands of people have been forced to evacuate their homes in Santa Barbara and Ventura counties.
Storm Descends On Southland As Thousands EvacuateMore than 32,000 people have evacuated in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Thousands more were under evacuation orders Wednesday night in L.A. County.
SoCal Braces For Powerful Storm That Made Landfall TuesdayThe Thomas, La Tuna, Creek, Sherpa and Whittier burn areas could see significant flooding and mud slides through Friday.
Storm To Hit SoCal May Bring Flash Flooding, Evacuations In Burn AreasAn advisory went into effect Monday warning people who live in the burn areas to be prepared to evacuate.
Santa Barbara Zoo Holds Contest To Name Baby GiraffeAudrey gave birth on March 14 and the Santa Barbara Zoo wants to name the little, well, not-so-little calf.
Santa Barbara County Not Expecting To Evacuate For Next StormAn advisory from the county's Office of Emergency Management says evacuations are currently not anticipated but residents should remain vigilant.
Suspects In Seal Beach Holdup Captured During Similar Santa Barbara RobberyThe suspects tried to make off with $130,000 in Apple products before being caught.
Suit Targets California Utilities Over Deadly MudslidesTwo utilities were sued Tuesday for the widespread destruction from last week's deadly mudslides that were caused when hillsides ravaged by California's largest-ever wildfire let loose in heavy rain.