Attack that killed 51 people described as “act of pure evil and terrorism” by UCSB students.
Kip Glazer Will Start July 1
Kip Glazer will begin the position July 1, 2019.
Olive Grove Approved by State Board of Education After Denied By District and County
Olive grove approved by State Board of Education after defied by district and county.
Fair Education Plans to Submit Amended Complaint
Fair Education plans to submit amended complaint.
Replaces Beloved Jo Ann Caines
Replaces beloved Jo Ann Caines.
Trustees Hear College Counsel Report on Racial Incidents
College President Anthony Beebe says school needs to do better.
State System Ends Subscription with For-Profit Publisher
The state system ended its subscription with a for-profit publishing service.
UCSB Students Ask for an Office of Black Student Development
UCSB students ask for an Office of Black Student Development.
Eastside Rapper Gets Caught Up While Coming Up
Eastside rapper gets caught up while coming up.
L.A. Unified Administrator Bradley Brock to Head School
L.A. Unified administrator Bradley Brock comes from Irving STEAM magnet school.
UCSB conference scheduled for February 22-23.
Judge Says District Still Must Provide More Complete Accounting of Job-Performance Issues
Judge says district still must provide more complete accounting of job-performance issues.
Unruly City College Meeting Raises Unaddressed Racial Tensions
Unruly City College meeting raises unaddressed racial tensions.
Forty-Three Percent of Santa Barbara Students Are Native Spanish Speakers
Forty-three percent of Santa Barbara students are native Spanish speakers.
The February 14 meeting has been relocated to the Wake Campus Auditorium.
Beebe States Health Concerns Led to His Decision
Anthony Beebe states serious health concerns led to his decision.
Effort part of statewide sweep in January.
Congressmember Reflects on President Trump's 'Lies, Division'
Congressmember reflects on President Trump's 'lies and division.'
Residents Ordered to Leave Areas Below Sherpa, Whittier, and Thomas Fires
Residents ordered to leave areas below Sherpa, Whittier, and Thomas fires at high risk of flooding.
Police Increase Campus Presence in Response to Flood of 'Hostile' Messages
Police increase campus presence in response to flood of "hostile" messages.
Carbajal and Jackson propose bills to prevent future spills.
Money Concerns Remain for Air Traffic Controller's Family
Money concerns remain for air traffic controller's family.
Students Silently Confront Trustees on Issues of Campus Racism
Protesting the reinstatement of SBCC Vice President Lyndsay Maas, students confront the Board of Trustees silently.
Meant to Help Homeless Patients Recover in a Safe Environment
It's meant to help homeless patients recover in a safe environment.
Lyndsay Maas Has Been on Unpaid Leave Since November
Lyndsay Maas has been on unpaid leave since November.
They're the Only Military Members Going without Pay
They're the only members of the military going without pay.
Lompoc prison guards write Carbajal about impact of shutdown on their lives.
Financial Officer for Fair Education Group Calls Nonprofit 'Communist'
Financial officer for Fair Education group calls the nonprofit 'communist.'
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.