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Watch Thomas Fire flames continue to rage behind Montecito home

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Thomas Fire consumes hills in Santa Barbara County

  • On election night, Heidi Harmon shared her goals for SLO

    Heidi Harmon squeaked past incumbent Jan Marx to win the San Luis Obispo mayor’s seat by just 47 votes, according to the county Clerk-Recorder's Office. On election night, Nov. 8, 2016, Harmon trailed by 5 percentage points. She spoke about her goals as mayor if she was elected.