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.
Northbound Garden Street closed between Haley and Cota streets.
Represented North County From 1995 to 2002
He had stayed active in community nonprofits benefitting those in need.
Funding Standoff Develops over Administration Charge
To avoid financial shortfall, city sends ball back to county's court.
'Restructuring' could affect 96; how many in Santa Barbara unknown.
Senate Bill 1 Sends $183 Million, Bike-and-Hike Benefit, Too
Senate Bill 1 Sends $183 million for highway and bike-and-hike pathways.
Fire Stations Countywide Will Get Upstaffed
Rain totals, fuel levels, and weahther forecasts helped determine the start of the 2018 season.
Statewide Primary on June 5
The statewide district primary election is on June 5.
Goleta Mayor Persuades State Lands to Support Mobile H2S Monitor
State Lands reports to Goleta City Council on plugging and abandoning, and a hydrogen sulfide monitor.
Overall cases are up, though young women and newborn infections are down.
Design and permits phase to add high-occupancy vehicle lane will begin.
Faulty Headcount Blamed on Software Glitch
A software error exaggerated the number of commuters.
Order to Show Cause request puts La Casa de la Raza bankruptcy and building sale in peril.
Two candidates vie for top spot in city's first mayoral election.
Task of barcoding items short of helping hands.
Work starts Monday on major front-country roadway; reconstruction expected to take several months.
Supervisor Janet Wolf and Mayor Paula Perotte Seek Independent Analysis
Supervisor Janet Wolf and Mayor Paula Perotte seek independent analysis of high bacterial levels.
A Dozen Murder Victims Included Four in Goleta in 1979 and 1981
A dozen murder victims included four in Goleta; dozens were raped across the state.
Grants Program Adds a Station, Buses, and More Train Service
Grants program adds a station, electric buses, and more train service.
[Update] Details released on incident in Santa Maria that ended near Nojoqui Grade.
Answers Rained Down like a Winter Storm, but What Was the Question?
Answers rained down like a winter storm, but what was the question?
SB 821 Moves Toward Floor Vote
[UPDATE] SB 821 passes Senate, also allows residents to opt out.
Deputy Administered Nasal Spray to Overdosed Male
A trained deputy administered the nasal spray to an overdosed male in Goleta.
Construction Foreman Caught with 1.1 Pounds of Heroin
A convicted felon was caught with heroin, cash, and a handgun.
Iconic Octagon Available for Parties and Classes
The iconic octagon is available for parties and classes.
Uptick in citizen emergency calls upon viewing smoke and fire.
Takes a post with Covenant Trust Company of Chicago.
Litigation Follows Footsteps of 1969 Union Oil Spill Attorneys
Litigation follows footsteps of 1969 Union Oil spill attorneys.
A crop duster hit power lines in Ellwood Canyon.
Bills Would Counter New Federal Push
A pair of bills aim to counter the federal government's new push for production.
More Than 180 Daily Riders in Opening Weeks
[Updated] The first two weeks of service have seen a daily average topping 180 riders.
United Way Announces Nonprofit and Cash Grants
The United Way is giving to Santa Barbara nonprofits and offering direct cash grants.
Help Needed as Location Separates from Santa Barbara System
As it separates from Santa Barbara, help needed to change barcodes.
County Animal Services Offers Free Spay and Neuter
County Animal Services will host free and discount pet services on April 22.
Century-Old Chamberlin Ranch Turns to New Techniques That Improve Rangeland and So Much More
The century-old Chamberlin Ranch turns to new techniques that improve rangeland and so much more.
Goodland Coalition holds how-to on running and serving the City of Goleta.
So Far, One Each for Two Council Seats and Mayor's Spot
So far, one candidate each for two council seats and mayor's spot.
Residents Raise Concerns at Neighborhood Meeting
Residents raise their concerns at a neighborhood meeting.
After Week of Delays, New Service Arrives on Time
After a week of delays, the new service arrives on time.
Research Locates Records of Contemporaneous Visits to the Island
Research by historian Susan Morris locates records of contemporaneous visits to the island.
Up to 100 guests can find a warm, dry home for a couple nights.
Beachgoers Warned to Stay Out of the Water at Carpinteria and East Beach.
Beachgoers warned to stay out of the water at Carpinteria and East Beach.
County of Santa Barbara is doing its best to stop the public float-a-thon before it starts.
Tarmac Resurfacing Project in the Works
Daytime flights will continue as usual as a tarmac resurfacing project begins.
UCSB and SBCC Routes to be Changed
Bus service to UCSB and SBCC will be changed.
Treated for Appendicitis
The Navy soldier is reportedly in stable condition.
Continues Per Capita Funding, Curbs Admin Fee, Creates Equity Fund
Continues per capita funding; curbs admin fee; creates equity fund.
Scientists Ask Public for Photos, Videos, and Audio of Montecito Disaster
Scientists ask the public for photos, videos, and audio of the Montecito disaster.
But is delayed an hour by cascading pauses in service.