Employees of a Goleta company are helping crews clean up after doing grueling work in Montecito after the mudslide disaster.
Search and rescue crews have been digging through feet of mud and piles of debris for five days as they look for survivors and victims of Tuesday's deadly mudslide.
More than 25 workers from Log Me In in Goleta gave up their Saturday to help out rescue workers by cleaning mud off search and rescue vehicles.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office tweet its thanks to the workforce of Log Me In.
Thanks to 25 plus employees from LogMeIn in Goleta who took their Saturday to clean all the mud off of Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Search and Rescue response vehicles, equipment and even the station itself. We appreciate this wonderful act of kindness and support.#sbsheriff pic.twitter.com/ri6j41jT6r— SB Sheriff's Office (@sbsheriff) January 14, 2018
The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office released a statement Saturday afternoon after a video was published showing the final moments of San Luis Obispo County Jail inmate's life.
Santa Barbara County Officials have issued a pre-evacuation advisory for the areas below the Thomas, Sherpa, Whittier, and Alamo fire burn scars.
Release of a video purportedly showing the death of an inmate at the San Luis Obispo County Jail has triggered calls for a new sheriff and district attorney. The video has also reopened wounds for inmate Andrew Holland's family. "As we've watched this go forward, the chair is an instrument, the tool that killed our son," said Carty Holland, the father of Andrew Holland. "You can have the chair, I suppose, I don't see the need for the chair with the staff, but one thing...