This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the biggest movie blockbusters of all time, and the 105th anniversary of the real life tragedy which inspired it.

Now, both the movie “Titanic,” and the history behind it are being commemorated in a new exhibition in Ventura County. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley is hosting “Titanic At The Reagan Library,” a 10,000 square foot special exhibition opening this holiday weekend.

We are bombarded with information, and data, but what does it mean?

One South Coast college will help students answer that question, by offering a new degree in data analytics.

Westmont College has created an interdisciplinary major which includes math, computer science, and business.

Westmont officials say the new major will help fill a growing demand for analysts who can help translate, and communicate the key points of data.

A teen was knocked out in a fight off-campus near San Marcos High School midday Wednesday.

The fight happened in the courtyard of a close by apartment complex.

As we prepare to celebrate Memorial Day, Lance Orozco talks with a South Coast veteran who talks about serving in World War II.

Lance Orozco reports on Ventura County's disaster preparedness efforts for people's pets as we move into high brush fire season.

Lance Orozco reports on the first ever visit to Santa Barbara of a replica of a 1500's era Spanish galleon, which was credited with discovering parts of California.

Santa Barbara County is going to be home base for what researchers hope will be a groundbreaking new study on the causes behind the higher-than-average rate of diabetes among Latinos.

Diabetes is an epidemic in America. The percentages are even higher in the Latino population. In Santa Barbara County, diabetes cases increased 41% in the Latino population in the last decade.

Now, the Sansum Center is spearheading a decade-long study which researchers hope will answer some key questions about the high numbers.

More than a thousand people packed Santa Barbara's Granada Theater Tuesday, for a memorial to remember Michael Towbes.

The philanthropist and businessman passed away in April at the age of 87.

Towbes was the president of Montecito Bank and Trust, a developer, and a major supporter of nonprofits and the arts.

A Santa Barbara congressman has co-authored a gun control proposal on the third anniversary of the Isla Vista rampage which left seven people dead, and 14 injured.

A Santa Barbara based congressman is getting into the fray over what impact Russia may have had in recent U.S. elections, by introducing new legislation calling for an investigation by the State Department.

Democratic Congressman Salud Carbajal’s bill is called the “Risk Act.”