But a lawsuit still lingers.
The Montecito area was first shaken by a brief earthquake at around 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Julian Sanders and Katherine Guzman-Sanders plan new restaurant.
Laguna County Sanitation District Needs Funds to Replace Out-of-Date Equipment
Laguna County Sanitation District needs funds to replace out-of-date equipment.
Admin Law Judge Regina DeAngelis shot down arguments over battery storage and disaster relief.
Nonprofit Restored Sight to Almost a Half Million Worldwide
Nonprofit restored sight to almost a half million worldwide.
Westar/Hollister Village's 'Triangle Property' Raises New Design Question
Westar/Hollister Village's 'triangle property' raises new design question.
Rentals Are Hoped to Be Industrial in Look, Yet Homey
Rentals are hoped to be industrial in look, yet homey.
A giant of real estate and philanthropy in Santa Barbara leaves a legacy.
Arts program at Granada Theatre holds live dance performance by State Street Ballet.
UCSB Diverts Students with Events
UCSB diverts students with events.
Santa Barbara County Could Gain $135 Million for Roads and Transit
Transport tax passes; Santa Barbara County could gain $135 million for roads and transit.
Receives initial environmental approval with mitigations.
Goleta Council Handles Developer Concerns as Sales Soar
Goleta Council handles developer concerns as sales soar.
Bridge, Rec Building, and Affordable Housing Completion at Stake
Bridge, rec building, and affordable housing completion at stake.
Tried to evade police during high-speed chase through Santa Barbara.
MTD holding meetings to discuss delays and additions.
Confesses to Feeling Disgraced
Birthplace of congressmember from 22nd District confesses to feeling disgraced.
Exercise tests readiness among a multitude of emergency crews.
Virus-bearing mosquitoes still swarm in many areas of Mexico, Baja California, South America.
The university adds to its list of accolades.
Packs will cost $2 more.
Channel Islands saw 342,209 campers and day trippers in 2016.
Science and Arts Programs Expected to Lose Millions in Grant Dollars
Sciences and arts programs are expecting to lose millions in grant dollars, especially those studying climate change.
Begins in Ventura on suspicion of burglary.
Biggest gains in state and City of Santa Barbara go to Democrats.
Cypress trees downed along the 101 through Montecito in February storm.
City shares spot with Santa Maria.
Gives City Until After 2020 Census to Draw Boundaries and Hold a Vote
Gives city until after 2020 Census to draw boundaries and hold a vote.
Classes uninterrupted at Schott and Wake campuses.
[UPDATE] Decedents in sedan that crossed median on 154 identified.
Organizer Zack Kushner Estimates It Did
Organizer Zack Kushner estimates it did.
Maps of inundation zones and disaster plans will be provided.
Erosion Below Park Landmark Raises Concern
Erosion below park landmark raises concern, but city sanguine about its safety.
March 15's massive postcard dump addresses the White House.
Three-wheel motorcycle incident lands Ken Saks in hospital.
Residents Weigh Pros and Cons
Residents weigh pros and cons of switching from citywide vote.
Gibraltar's cascade powers small turbine at Lauro Reservoir.
International Women's Day to be celebrated with rallies and work and economic walkouts.
Early morning homicide took place behind Elmer's bar.
Citygate hired to gather information on department staff interactions with stakeholders.
Recent fire at Vandenberg caused by downed power line.
Will the Third Time Be the Charm?
The current demand, to be discussed at City Hall March 7, is the third time up for the city.
Former Mayor Jonny Wallis Still Influencing City Politics
Demand for equal representation for Latinos signed by young friend of Jonny Wallis.
Absorption of CO2 Variability Puzzles Scientists
UCSB's Tim Devries decodes the variability of CO2 absorption.
City Council Votes to Begin Separation Process
City Council votes to begin separating from Santa Barbara's library system.
Meets at Peabody Charter School on Tuesday.
Sheriff's Office runs alcohol-buying sting in Goleta and Isla Vista.
Dry El Niño Proved Devastating to California Beaches
Dry El Niño proved devastating to California beaches.
A Remembrance of the World War II Detention Camps
Tetsuo Furukawa recalls the detention camp experience of WWII.