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Lompoc homicide investigation leads to officer-involved shooting

A homicide that occurred in the Santa Ynez Riverbed in Lompoc was followed by an officer-involved shooting Sunday morning, according to Lompoc Police Sgt. Kevin Martin. Lompoc police were investigating a homicide involving one victim when one of its officers was involved in a shooting near A Street

SAN LUIS OBISPO TRIBUNE - 2017-11-19 18:17:00

Homicide suspect shot after reportedly firing at Lompoc police dies of injuries

A Lompoc man suspected of killing another man in the Santa Ynez riverbed was shot and killed Sunday by Lompoc Police after they arrived at the scene and the suspect reportedly fired a gun at officers, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office. The Sheriff's Office received a call for ba

SYVNEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 18:28:00

Attempted burglary in Lompoc caught on camera

LOMPOC, Calif. - The Lompoc Police Department is asking for the public's help to identity two men suspected of attempted burglary. According to Lompoc police, the two men pictured attempted to break into Villegas Auto Sales on the 400 Block of North H Street between 5:30 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. Monday mo

KEYT - 2017-11-20 17:02:13

Authorities investigating homicide, officer-involved shooting in Lompoc

Lompoc Police Department. (Amanda Valdes / KCOY photo) LOMPOC, Calif. - The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office and the Lompoc Police Department are investigating a homicide and an officer-involved shooting that took place in Lompoc. The homicide took place in Lompoc, which led to a shooting with

KEYT - 2017-11-19 18:58:32

County Lines: Santa Maria woman dies after being pinned by vehicle; Pedestrian killed in Lompoc crash

A Santa Maria woman died Saturday after being struck by a car as the driver backed into the driveway and pinned her against a house, according to the Santa Maria Police Department. At about 11:13 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 600 block of West Albert Street to investigate a report of a fatal

SANTA MARIA TIMES - 2017-11-19 15:00:00

Lompoc Family YMCA awarded Economic Vitality Award

Lompoc Family YMCA is the latest winner of the City of Lompoc Economic Development Committee's Economic Vitality Award, or EVA. Lompoc Family YMCA was nominated for their longtime dedication to the community. The award was presented to Lompoc Family YMCA program director Stephanie Saucedo by the EDC

LOMPOC RECORD - 2017-11-19 15:00:00

Memorial bench dedicated to Lompoc teen Noah Scott unveiled

LOMPOC, Calif. - A bench commemorating Noah Scott, a Lompoc teenager who passed away from cancer earlier this year, was unveiled Saturday morning. Near the baseball fields at John Manville Park, Noah's father Charles Scott called it a fitting place for a permanent reminder of his son and what he mea

KEYT - 2017-11-19 01:02:25

'Through our lens' - The week that was Nov.13 - Nov.20

From the Christmas trees to the kids cooking, we hope that you enjoy a look back at our week in photographs. Terry Vosberg hangs lights on Monday for the Hopper Bros. Christmas tree lot at the corner of East Clark Avenue and Bethany Lane, in Orcutt. Trees will arrive from Oregon next week. Spectator

SYVNEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 21:22:00

Eyewitness to 2015 Montgomery County murder now facing charges

Updated 7:22 am, Monday, November 20, 2017 Eyewitness to 2015 Montgomery County murder now facing charges 1 / 50 Back to Gallery The man who prosecutors say watched as his ex-boyfriend was strangled in late 2015 is now facing kidnapping and tampering charges in connection with the murder of 28-yea


Astronomy lessons take center stage at LSC's Star Party

Each semester at Lone Star College - Montgomery, students in Professor John Wakefield's astronomy course prepare to teach the community what they have learned about the galaxy. The class hosts a bi-annual star party, which is open to the public, to showcase their newly acquired knowledge. The fall p

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 02:08:00

Man rescues dog bobbing near San Luis Pass

FREEPORT - A dog was rescued by a man who found her bobbing in the water off the coast of Freeport has been reunited with her owners. Jodi Durham was out in the Gulf of Mexico Saturday morning and thought he saw something bobbing in the water. He quickly ruled it out as being a pelican or a dolphin


Teens confess after tearing up Conroe neighbors' Santa

CONROE, TEXAS - A Conroe family was shaken up this week when someone damaged their life-size Santa and left a gun nearby. "I was sad to see the Santa beat up and legs gone, but panicked when I saw the gun!" Jana Deardorff said. Deardorff contacted the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office and they came


Enjoy works of classic composers courtesy of BVSO

When one thinks of classical music, the first names that come to mind are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven. They are the standard by which all other classical composers are judged. Marcelo Bussiki, music director and conductor of our magnificent Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra, said

BRYAN COLLEGE STATION EAGLE - 2017-11-19 06:00:00

Pate named CISD Teacher of the Week

Tina Pate is the Cleveland ISD Teacher of the Week for the school week ending Nov. 17. Pate, a sixth-grade teacher at Eastside Intermediate, has been a teacher for four years. The Teacher of the Week award is sponsored by KORG 95.3 FM and Station Manager Jeff McClain, Anderson Ford Quick Lane Tire a


Old Town Theatre repairing its roof with a 'Salute to Sinatra' fundraiser

Huntsville's Old Town Theatre has been through a lot in recent years, but when Hurricane Harvey damaged the historic building in August, the theater's board of directors faced a new challenge. The problem? Finding the money needed to make repairs. The solution? Hosting a special fundraiser at the

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-19 15:02:00

All are equal, but some are more equal

The Declaration of Independence proclaimed that "all men are created equal." Very soon after our creation, however, some of us become more equal than others. Some men, some people, are the beneficiary of wealthy parents; others are beneficiaries of the welfare system. Some are neither. In the genera

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-11-19 13:34:00

With ferry high and dry, Bridgeport operator apologizes

The company running the Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Ferry service apologized for weekend delays it called "a perfect storm of events"after a vessel got blocked in dry dock by a U.S. Coast Guard vessel undergoing repairs. Ordinarily running three ferries at this time of year, the Bridgeport & Port Je

CONNECTICUT POST - 2017-11-20 17:35:30

Bridgeport's acting police chief faces criticism in his role

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) - Acting Police Chief Armando "A.J." Perez's week began with the release of a video showing a female cop repeatedly punching the head of a teenager held down by her colleagues in blue. That officer - Christina Arroyo - is among a handful of Bridgeport's Finest who since spring

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-20 21:08:30

Bridgeport Police Need Video Cameras

The city of Bridgeport's shameful reluctance to equip its police officers or their vehicles with video cameras has to stop, now, for the sake of its citizens and its police department. City officials had all the motivation they needed back in May, when questions arose after rookie Bridgeport Police

HARTFORD COURANT - 2017-11-19 05:00:00

Bridgeport police look to crack down on car thefts

Bridgeport police say they're cracking down on car thefts in the city in response to a dramatic spike in the problem both locally and statewide. A car stolen from a resident who had parked it in front of his house was later recovered thanks to an undercover program launched by the Bridgeport Police