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Police say an unknown driver hit a pedestrian near North Avenue and H Street in Lompoc...Lompoc police have not released a description of the car or driver. Senior catcher Chris Hoo singled up the middle with one out in the bottom of the ninth.
Every so often, an event comes along that makes us tip our hats and raise our glasses to Santa Barbara's resident music makers...It's then that 805 outfits Ghost Tiger , Erland , and Sun Daes join forces at SOhO Restaurant & Music Club (1221 State St.
Sunday, we saw some record breaking temperatures, but Monday, it was much cooler...A High Surf Advisory is in effect for Santa Barbara County and San Luis Obispo County until Tuesday at 6 p.m. A Wind Advisory also in effect for Santa Barbara County
Sarah Michelle Gellar promoted the Unilever Project Sunlight at last weekend's Independent Spirit Awards to inspire a brighter future for our nation's children. Initially when they came to me to host their section at the Independent Spirit Awards, I
Her mother says she's been gone since Valentine's Day, and that she's never run away from home before. Lompoc Police say Vargas has reportedly left school four times when she was supposed to be in class before. Her mother says Vargas sent her some
Zona Seca, or dry place in Spanish, closed the doors to its Lompoc office on Feb. 14, citing financial hardship. The center helped combat the effects of addiction, truancy, and gang violence in the local community for more than 13 years. In a recent
A few low pressure systems across the Central and Eastern Pacific have caused a west-northwest groundswell to develop across the Northeastern Pacific. The swell will push toward the Central Coast beginning tonight...Always swim near a lifeguard. »
The Santa Barbara County District Attorney's Office says 44 year-old Francisco Javier Carranza was arrested Thursday. District Attorney Joyce Dudley says the loss is estimated at $120,000. Carranza was booked into Santa Barbara County Jail with bail
Whether it's board game makers going after folks for using a common phrase or banks threatening reporters over virtual wallets, the idea of locking up some commonly used words for the purpose of commerce is usually enough to make most folks pinch
Moving from the Raisin Capital of the World to the City of Arts and Flowers, Patrick Wiemiller recently left a decades-long career with the city of Fresno to become Lompoc's new city administrator. The Lompoc City Council appointed Wiemillerwho went