Isla Vista Now Home to the Hottest Restaurant in Town
Isla Vista is now home to the hottest restaurant in town.
Young Visitors Can Retreat to New Quite Zones and Rent 'Sensory Backpacks' with Squeeze Toys, Noise-Canceling Headphones
Young visitors can retreat to new quite zones and rent "sensory backpacks" with squeeze toys, noise-canceling headphones
Bestowed by National Association of Music Merchants
District recognized for music access for K-12.
Project Will Begin Construction In a Few Weeks
The project will begin construction in a few weeks.
Christopher Coates was previously jailed in 2015 and was out on parole.
La Cumbre Plaza location still open.
Ventura Resident Booked for Attempted Homicide
A Ventura man is facing charges of attempted murder.
The Three Contenders Squared Off in an Isla Vista Forum
The three contenders squared off in an Isla Vista forum.
City Says Contractor Has History of Working Beyond Scope of Permits
City says the contractor has a history of working beyond scope of his permits.
New Toddler Room Will Host Up to 10 More Children
New space for toddlers will accommodate 10 more kids.
Funds Would Pay for Public Parking, Community Center, Policing Programs, and More
Funds would pay for public parking, community center, policing programs, and other services.
Santa Barbara County on the front lines for awareness.
Union Negotiations to Wrap Up in the Fall
Union negotiations to wrap up in the fall.
Supply-room Accident Calls for Hazmat Cleanup
An accident at La Cumbre Junior High caused burns and hazmat cleanup.
County Teachers, Administrators, Government Workers Come Together to Support Students
Teachers, administrators, and government workers countywide are coming together to support student safety.
Charged with Disturbing the Peace, Court Date Set for June 4
Isla Vista landlord was charged with disturbing the peace.
Pair of Isla Vista Landlords in Legal Tussle over Property Sales Costs
Pair of Isla Vista landlords in legal tussle over property sales costs.
Timber Companies Target Trees near Mt. Pinos
Timber companies target 2,800 acres of trees near Mt. Pinos along the Tecuya Ridge.
Despite questions of legality, no charges against live video streamer.
Chief Luhnow Takes Tough Questions from the Council
The estimated completion date is 2019.
Citations, Arrests Drop in Comparison to Past Years
Citations, arrests drop in comparison to past years.
Land-Use Zoning Change Leads to Lawsuit
Land-use zoning change leads to lawsuit.
Krav Maga Brings Real-World Technique to Santa Barbara
For a workout or self-defense, Krav Maga teaches all levels.
Around 300-500 pounds of pot were seized from the evacuated Bella Vista Drive home.
Evacuation Orders and Warnings Lifted; Winds Expected to Pick Up Wednesday Night
While some evacuation orders and warnings were lifted, winds are expected to pick back up Wednesday night.
Administration Offers Employees Two Days' Paid Administrative Leave as Thomas Fire Burns
Administration offers employees two days' paid administrative leave as Thomas Fire burns.
As of Thursday Morning, it Stands at 242,500 Acres, is 30% Contained
As of Thursday morning, it stands at 242,500 acres and is 30% contained.
Checking In with Goleta’s Volunteer-Run Bunny Shelter
Rabbits and guinea pigs get proper care at this nonprofit shelter.
Victim’s Family Says More Children May Be at Risk
The victim’s family says more children may be at risk.
Fire Crews Prepare to Defend Montecito, Plan to Catch Blaze at Gibraltar
Fire crews are preparing to defend Montecito and plan to catch the blaze at Gibraltar.
So far, 18 people have arrived from Ventura.
Legislation Could Impact Student Loan Interest Payments, Tax Exemptions on Tuition Waivers
The legislation could impact student loan interest payments and tax exemptions on tuition waivers.
Two Santa Barbara businesses hold outerwear and blanket drive.
Killer B Fitness raises funds for Brian and Lara Mack on Saturday.
It’s Laguna Blanca’s Second Straight Honor from Columbia University
Laguna Blanca’s newsmagazine selected from more than 1,000 contenders.
Gail Osherenko's Online Fundraiser on Track to Raise $12,000
Gail Osherenko's online fundraiser is on track to raise $12,000.
Plains All-American Pipeline faces four felony and 42 misdemeanor charges.
Current State of Internet Connections Is 'a Significant Constraint,' Says Ucciferri
The current state of internet connections is 'a significant constraint,' says Jack Ucciferri.
The Former Vice President Spoke to a Sold-Out Arlington Theatre
The former vice president spoke to a sold-out Arlington Theatre.
Village at Los Carneros First to Have G1GA-Speed
The Village at Los Carneros is the first in Santa Barbara County with G1GA-speed.
Four of the suspects are minors.