High fire season is in full swing on the Central Coast. Firefighters in Santa Barbara County battled three separate fires Thursday, the biggest scorched 120 acres in Los Alamos.
It started just before 1 p.m. in the 9200 block of Alisos Canyon Road. Firefighters say a large bird hit... more »
Investigators say an exhaust port attached to a clothes dryer is responsible for starting this morning's raging fire in Los Alamos.
The fire left eleven people homeless. Firefighters got the call just after 9:30 this morning. They rushed over to the Cottonwood Glen Complex on Wickenden Street in Los... more »
A rancher in Los Alamos is fed up with a local oil company he says is causing major damage to his property. Robert Fulton owns the Fulton Ranch Company in los alamos. B.E. Conway Energy has the rights to drill for oil on the land, but he says the company... more »
A rancher near Los Alamos is outraged after he says a local oil company is leaving a mess on his property.
Robert Fulton says oil from B.E. Conway Energy is mixing with water on his land, killing livestock and wildlife. B.E. Conway Energy says it's following all the rules.... more »
Los Alamos celebrated everything its rich history has to offer. The 64th annual Los Alamos Old Days Celebration is this weekend in the old western community. People come from all around to get a taste of the town's authentic western heritage. However for people who lives in Los Alamos the... more »
On Saturday, the Santa Barbara County Fire Department will conduct a prescribed burn on the Bar-M Ranch, approximately two miles south of Los Alamos.
Smoke will be visible to commuters on Highway 101 as well as in various communities in northern Santa Barbara County.
According to the Santa... more »
The Santa Barbara county fire department will be conducting a controlled burn on Tuesday.
The 100 acre burn is expected to begin at 9:00a.m., at the Bar M Ranch about two miles south of Los Alamos.
Fire officials say smoke will be visible in some parts of northern... more »
If you see smoke in the Los Alamos area on Tuesday, don't worry!
The Santa Barbara County Fire Department has issued a permit for a prescribed burn on the Bar M Ranch property. The burn will cover just more than 400 acres of land about two miles south of... more »