The 805

The 805

The stories shaping California's Central Coast, hosted by Jonathan Bastian.

Santa Barbara homeless will received more wrap-around services, but may also face tougher rules on city park behavior.

Plains All American and DCOR face court decisions for business in the Santa Barbara Channel. A new program at UCSB hopes to encourage more students to study the humanities.

The Santa Barbara City Council voted to require landlords to provide one-year leases to tenants. It also took a big step toward approving a "just cause" eviction ordinance.

Debris nets go up in the slide zones of Carpinteria and Montecito in an effort to save money and reduce mudslide risks.

The trees at the Ellwood Mesa preserve have been dying off, and the California Monarchs are following suit.

The city of Santa Barbara gets a state grant to try and help the roughly 900 people who are homeless in the city. Old Town Goleta has a reputation for being pretty sleepy.

An investigation by the Ventura County Fire Department says power lines owned by Southern California Edison started the Thomas Fire.

Birds are chirping, creeks are flowing and wildflower buds are beginning to pop up and down the Central Coast.