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Things have been pretty tough for Cabrillo's football team this past decade.
But not all of it was bad.
Sports have been written off and discounted as a welcomed distraction lately, something to watch on TV to get our minds off the chaos around us.
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department confirmed 26 additional COVID-19 cases on Tuesday along with one additional death as a resul…
Although the percentage of positive test results — the other metric being monitored by the state — has dropped into the orange, or “moderate,” tier, the new case rate still exceeds the threshold set by the state for moving the county into the red, according to a report delivered Tuesday to the Board of Supervisors.
Newlywed couples whose wedding plans were changed due to COVID-19 are invited to enter the social media contest, co-sponsored by The Winston hotel in Solvang.
Two more private schools in the Santa Maria Valley will bring elementary students back for in-person learning over the next week, after receiv…
You can watch the Santa Maria City Council meeting from September 15, 2020 from the city's YouTube page below. You can find more information …
Veteran Lompoc Girls Softball Association coach Codie Blea, who helped coach the Region 10 Red team the trio played on at the Games, said all three acquitted themselves just fine.
Solvang City Council members unanimously voted Monday evening to extend the closure of parts of Copenhagen Drive through Oct. 31, 2021, and di…
Funds raised will help the Alzheimer’s Association continue to provide care and support to local families while advancing critical research for treatment and prevention.
The city of Louisville will pay millions to the mother of Breonna Taylor and reform police practices as part of a lawsuit settlement months after Taylor's slaying by police thrust the Black woman's name to the forefront of a national reckoning on race.
There are many debates to be had on things concerning the Central Coast. However, there's one topic that, frankly, is not up for discussion. This one involves the area's Greatest Athlete of All-Time. And there's only one correct answer: Napoleon Kaufman.