Fewer Things Are Recyclable in South Santa Barbara County
Santa Barbara County makes recycling rules tougher in face of exacting standards.
Cal and UCLA took the one and two spots.
As an epic attorney battle continues in the Dario Pini receivership, a tenant is getting fed up.
The bus company is concerned about the state funding it relies upon.
The administration tried to dissolve the court's injunction against its ban, but California's ruling was upheld.
Dish Celebrates Mexican Independence Day This Season
This dish celebrates Mexican Independence Day while pomegranates are fresh.
Casas de Los Carneros is fully tenanted.
Money Goes to Debris Basins, Fish Passage, and Botanic Garden
Money goes to debris basins, fish passage, and the Botanic Garden.
Landing gear fails to drop after engine issues develop.
Sheriff's Cannabis Compliance Team takes out nearly 1,600 plants.
Contracts with CycleHop for Rentable Bicycles
Contracts with CycleHop for rentable bicycles.
Public Engagement Commission wants to recruit a member 15 to 21 years in age.
Scientists Say Most Likely
Scientists say most likely but rainfall uncertain.
Suspect caught the next night in the same location.
Doors open while inventory lasts.
Karl Lopker switched from leather to neoprene sandals and made history.
World Business Academy Wants PG&E to Test Welds
The World Business Academy wants PG&E to test the nuclear power plant's welds.
Sen. Jackson Squares Off Against Gov. Brown
Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson squares off against Governor Jerry Brown.
City Follows Most State ADU Rules
The city followed most of the state's ADU rules, though two large projects swept through before the ordinance was completed.
Nonprofit distributed $1.98 million to agencies, families, and individuals.
[Update] Passenger confirmed dead in multi-vehicle accident involving a fuel truck near Moorpark.
Goleta Council and Mayor Campaign-Contribution Rundown
Goleta council and mayor campaign-contribution rundown.
Major accident involving three vehicles closes 101 at El Capitan.
Santa Barbara's south coast to stay dry and hot through Tuesday.
Charismatic former leader of Santa Barbara Bowl Foundation dies at age 54.
Giant sea bass project recruits divers to identify individuals and territory.
List of Fiesta Booth Vendors Had Been Given to State
List of Fiesta booth vendors in Santa Barbara had been given to the state tax-compliance department.
Fiesta State Street vendors threatened with misdemeanor permit violations and possible seizure of eggs.
Judge Orders the Receiver Be Paid, Work Progresses in Dribbles
Judge orders that the receiver be paid; work progresses in dribbles.
Community will discuss strategies to adapt on Tuesday, July 31.
Majority Suffered from Cancers
The majority suffered from some form of cancer.
Final giveaway is Saturday for handmade comfort from across the country.
Santa Barbara Tech Company Offering $100M in Shares
The Santa Barbara tech company is offering more than $100 million in shares.
An Eye-Opening Volunteer Program at Santa Barbara Police Department
An eye-opening volunteer program at Santa Barbara Police Department.
Renewal applications have totaled 117,446 since program suspension was overturned.
[Update] The suspect in the Goleta Rabobank robbery has been identified as Keith David Goodwin, believed to be the 'faux badge' bandit.
National Labor Relations Board puts money amount on employee losses since 2006.
[Update] Evacuation warning lifted soon after Windmill Fire started; full containment expected Monday morning.
Gets out of purple Lexus SUV parked in red to argue with man driving silver Porsche.
[Update] The man killed this morning on the railroad tracks near Montecito's Olive Mill Road has been identified.
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.