New Historic Waterfront Tour Sets Off on the Right Foot
The new historic waterfront tour sets off on the right foot.
Weed Spreads into Los Padres and Poses Fire Danger
The weed has spread into Los Padres and poses a fire danger.
The highest level was discovered in a kitchen sink at Hollister School.
Two-day Flex Alert called by state Independent System Operator.
Caltrans will pour a floating concrete slab against the water table in a project that starts Monday.
Three-year $975,000 federal grant will increase services by 25 percent.
But No One Can Afford to Pay for Them
But no one can afford to pay for them; Santa Barbara raises admin rate to 13.5 percent.
State Lands Commission Holds Informational Meeting
State Lands Commission holds informational meeting June 15.
Truckload of Tires Balanced atop Guardrail
Truckload of tires balanced atop guardrail.
Goleta Development Agreement Modified to Add Some Slack
Goleta Development Agreement modified to add some slack.
Sitting Boardmember with Goleta Sanitary Succumbs After Short Illness
Boardmember with Goleta Sanitary for 41 years succumbs after short illness.
A mesmerizing compilation of stills from the Lake Cachuma webcam taken between September 2013 and April 2017.
The Goal Is to Go Completely Clean by 2030
The goal is to go completely clean by 2030.
How the Green Climate Fund Has Helped Poorer Countries
A Q&A with Raymond Clémençon, UCSB professor of Global Studies and a Swiss negotiator for the UN global environmental fund
City, County, and UCSB Keep Moving on Greenhouse Gas Reduction
City, county, and UCSB keep moving on greenhouse gas reduction.
New 820 Area Code Starts in June 2018
New 820 area code starts in June 2018.
Grant Funding Moves Timetable Up
Grant funding moves timetable up for project.
Popular Santa Barbara News Website Back Online
The popular Santa Barbara community news site was revived after a ransomware hack.
College town residents targeted by four from Lompoc.
Effects on Populations and Health Studied for Santa Barbara County
A new California study examines populations and health effects in Santa Barbara County.
Proposal Called 'Cruel' for Social Program Reductions
The proposal is being called 'cruel' for its social program reductions in favor of military spending.
Numerous small blazes in days prior.
Plaintiffs and Council Agree to 2022 Vote
Plaintiffs and City Council agree to citywide by-district vote in 2022.
No injuries reported in early morning fire.
Alerts residents to 'reportable' events at natural gas storage and extraction facility.
Monica and Tim Babich Make Five-Year Pledge
Five-year pledge will expand field trips, camps, and classes.
Profiles of Cool Careers, and the Latest Employment Trends in Santa Barbara County
Profiles of cool careers and the latest employment trends in Santa Barbara County.
Minor Repairs Approved, Major Fixes to Be Examined Further
Minor repairs approved; major fixes to be examined further.
A Passionate Humanitarian, He Served the Poor
A passionate humanitarian, he served the poor.
Overpass project will partially demolish bridge railings next week.
Region's First Mosque to Open Next Year
The region's first mosque is set to open next year.
Hydrogen Sulfide Scare Prompted Equipment Purchase
The Goleta hydrogen sulfide scare prompted the purchase of the equipment.
Project an 'Epic Loser,' Says Supervisor Adam
Project an "epic loser," says Supervisor Peter Adam.
Tiny Archaea Found to Be Able to Split Their Genes
Tiny archaea found to be able to split their genes and target genetic mutation.
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.