A man was killed this morning on the railroad tracks near Montecito's Olive Mill Road.
Thursday morning report from County Fire expects full containment by this evening.
Carpinteria argument resolved with help of K9.
[Update] Cruces Fire at 150 acres, County Fire reported. Northern edge difficult; State Route 1 "looking better."
Brought to Santa Barbara County Jail on drug charges, she was ordered to remove them from concealment.
After years of lawsuits, water customers get rid of Golden State Water Co.
Achieved Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction to 1990 Levels in 2016
Achieved greenhouse-gas pollution reduction to 1990 levels in 2016.
Food Services Director Kim Leung on a Mission to Make Healthy, Tasty Meals
Food Services Director Kim Leung is on a mission to make healthy, tasty meals.
Delays expected as utility lines are replaced.
Set to open at Kmart location in 2019.
Record Heat on July 6 Destroyed Crops and Livestock Across Santa Barbara Front Country
Record heat on July 6 destroyed crops and livestock.
Santa Barbara County Neighborhood Copes with Survival and Loss
Santa Barbara County neighborhood copes with survival and loss.
Alternate north and south lanes open and close through Carpinteria.
More Affordable Sun-Powered Options Available
Cities, county, and CEC band together to make more affordable sun-powered options available.
SoCal Edison agrees to postpone maintenance after strong citizen complaint.
Funding Will Hasten Management Plan
Funding from the state will go toward management plan.
Incident occurred at homeless camp near 101 in Goleta.
Friday and Saturday temperatures and wind escalate weather watch.
City Provides Incomplete List of Needed Work; Apartment Keys Stolen
City provides incomplete list of needed work; apartment keys are stolen.
New Energy and Options Infuse Old Building and Staff
New energy and options infuse old building and staff.
Unexpected Quantity of Sludge Encountered
Pond cleaners at Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens encountered an unexpected quantity of sludge.
Here are five properties currently on the market.
Five Santa Barbara properties currently on the market.
Auditor-Controller Answers with His Department's Actions Since Fraud Discovery
Auditor-Controller answers with his department's actions since fraud discovery.
Market Tightens in Goleta and Santa Barbara
Real estate statistics show a tight market in Goleta and Santa Barbara.
Voters Asked to Consider Higher Salaries to Bring Greater Diversity to City Government.
Voters asked to consider higher salaries to bring greater diversity to city government.
Twelve weeks after start of commuter service, train is less than half full.
Tip Led to Man Who'd Robbed 10 Banks
Tip led to bank robber James Hayes, who'd hit four Santa Barbara County banks, and six others.
Wednesday evening meeting being held to plan for new and old recreation areas.
Mucky mass to be disinterred and pond liner repaired.
Preliminary Plans Filed for Kmart Location in Goleta
Property owner has filed application with Goleta for pre-permit discussions with prospective tenant.
Foodbank offers school kids lunch, and needs volunteer helpers.
Thieves act like government officials to obtain personal information.
Hot weather, high winds, and low humidity expected along Santa Barbara County's south coast and mountains.
Better power and turning radius a plus in the town's new fleet.
New, Wider Linden Avenue Overpass Nears Completion
New, wider Linden Avenue overpass nears completion.
Bridge Work Continues Along Highway 192
Bridge work continues along Highway 192.
First Tastes of Chef Peter Cham’s New Menu in Santa Barbara’s Canary Hotel
First tastes of Chef Peter Cham’s new menu in Santa Barbara’s Canary Hotel
Adam Suggests a Library Tax for Future Funding
Supervisor Peter Adam suggests a library tax for future funding.
Finds stranger making computer purchases using her credit cards.
Raise would go to voters on November ballot.
Parent Company to Shutter 100 Locations
Parent company to shutter 100 more locations.
'820' Assigned to New Numbers Throughout Central Coast
New phone numbers will be assigned '820' throughout the Central Coast.
Honored as a 'A Flawless Investment.'
The school's service to low-income students is among many metrics.
'California's Denmark' shares honor with towns like Williamsburg and Dodge City.
Housing Trust Fund Raises $3.5M from Santa Barbara Banks
The county’s Housing Trust raised $3.5M from Santa Barbara banks.
Court Establishes Rights to Edie Sedgwick’s Image
The court has granted rights to most of Edie Sedgwick’s imagery to her widower.
Black Bears Climb to Avoid People
Black bears climb to avoid people, and cubs are sent up trees by their mother.
High Graduation Rate, Community Service, and Online Degree Programs Made SBCC a 'Flawless Investment.'
High graduation rate, community service, and online degree programs made SBCC a 'flawless investment.'
Thievery Matches Increased Price of Precious Metal Rhodium.
Thievery matches increased price of precious metal rhodium.
Amendment Must be Approved by Santa Barbara Voters
The proposed amendment concerning elections must be approved by Santa Barbara voters.