Says he stands "in solidarity with federal workers" who are not getting paid.
Rep. Salud Carbajal's Second Term Brings New Challenges
Rep. Carbajal discusses forming 'checks and balances to a runaway train' in the 116th Congress.
'There Is Great Need Once Again,' Says Mario T. Garcia
"There is great need once again," says Mario T. Garcia.
Indy Reporter Recalls a Year of Stories
Indy reporter recalls a year of stories.
Attorney general files with Court of Appeals for protection for Dreamers.
Jackson's Bill Is Based on University of California Research
Jackson's bill is based on University of California research.
'It's Not Who We Are, Not What We Do,' Says Director Jarrod Schwartz
"It's not who we are, not what we do," says director Jarrod Schwartz.
Santa Maria Farm Recalls Romaine and Additional Produce
Santa Maria farm recalls romaine and additional produce.
New State Law Designed to Boost Graduation and Transfer Rates
A new state law is designed to boost graduation and transfer rates.
Enforcement action on Wednesday morning questioned community members and picked up one person.
Parents, Board Members Demand More Transparency from District
Parents and board members are demanding more transparency from the district.
Board votes unanimously to amend county code.
The State Bar Says Vincent Enriquez Is Posing As a Licensed Attorney
The State Bar says Vincent Enriquez is posing as a licensed attorney.
Brown Describes the Relationship While Critics Voice Their Concerns
Brown describes the relationship while critics voice their concerns.
"I Am Deeply Sorry for the Harm You Have Faced," He Says
"I am deeply sorry for the harm you have faced," he says.
Immigration Advocacy Collaborative taking humanitarian supplies to refugee caravan.
Superintendent Cary Matsuoka discusses the achievement gap in his annual State of Our Schools address.
DeVos Has Repeatedly Expressed Concern Over Lack of Due Process
DeVos has repeatedly expressed concern over a lack of due process.
SBCC Awarded $2.7 million for part-time students.
Worldwide, 369 transgender people were killed last year.
Community Forum Addresses Numbers, Sting Operations
Community forum address the latest numbers and sting operations.
Students Contend Racial Tension Common on Campus
Students contend racial tension common on campus.
She was struck Friday morning near Olive Mill Road.
Santa Barbara County Supervisors Moving to Streamline Permit Process
Santa Barbara County supervisors moving to streamline permit process.
Bike-share pilot program saves hundreds of pounds of carbon at UCSB in a month.
'The university encourages all DACA recipients to renew their DACA grants immediately,' advised UC President Janet Napolitano.
Leader of Volunteer Responders Honored by Montecito Association
Leader of volunteer responders honored by Montecito Association.
Half the Field Opts Out
Half the field opts out.
High School Athletes Encouraged To Consider Public Service
High school athletes encouraged to consider public service.
In 2017, Four Women In County Died From Domestic Violence
Last year, four women countywide died from domestic violence.
Most Detainees, However, Have No Legal Counsel
Most detainees, however, have no legal counsel.
One in Six Patient-Care Jobs Being Outsourced
One in six patient-care jobs are being outsourced.
Get More Out of Your Jack-o'-Lantern
Get more out of your jack-o'-lantern.
Facility Slated for 2021, at $32 Million
The facility is scheduled to open in 2021.
Leaked Federal Memo Describes Narrow Gender Definition
Leaked federal memo describes narrow gender definition.
Federal Government Proposes Rule Change to ‘Public Charge’
Federal government proposes rule change to ‘public charge.’
No obvious signs of foul play, authorities said.
Senior-Class Picture Features MAGA and LIBERALS!
Senior-class picture features MAGA and LIBERALS!
Nine percent of People in Santa Barbara County Are Undocumented
About 9 percent of people in Santa Barbara County are undocumented.
Supervisors Unanimously Approve the Second Monday in October
Supervisors unanimously approved the second Monday in October.
Danny Glover Keynotes UCSB Conference
Actor Danny Glover keynotes UCSB conference.
Will They Need a Building Permit?
Will these temporary structures need a building permit?
Lake Cachuma 32 Percent Full
Lake Cachuma is 32 percent full.
Proposal Targets Upward of 122,000 Acres Countywide
Proposal targets upward of 122,000 acres countywide.
County Supervisors Debate Crowded Rental Market
County supervisors debate overcrowded rental market.
Opponents Gathering Signatures for Repeal
Opponents are gathering signatures for repeal of bail reform in 2020.
The U.S. Rep Got Emotional as He Spoke to the Crowd in Spanish
The U.S. rep got emotional as he spoke to the crowd in Spanish.
Supervisors will make approximately $97,327 annually.
Authorities said they were searching for three specific people.
Participants Give Very Mixed Reviews of Intensive Three-Day Camp
Participants give very mixed reviews of intensive three-day camp.