Senator Jackson Plays Cap 'n' Trade Hardball with the Governor and Wins
Senator Jackson plays cap 'n' trade hardball with the governor and wins.
Tuesday evening meeting will discuss federal lease sales and how the public can respond.
UCSB Grad Students Take the 'Sally Ride' on a Channel Cruise
UCSB grad students take the 'Sally Ride' on a channel cruise.
Business groups hope to quantify effect on commerce from Thomas fire and flood.
Pet owners warned to make sure dog vaccinations are up to date.
Panel Relates War Stories and Notes Some Progress in Diversity
Panel relates their industry war stories and notes that there is some progress in diversity being made.
Much Remains in All Burn Zones but Movement Depends on Many Factors
Much remains in all burn zones but its movement depends on many factors.
Tangled Property Details Delay Barnsdall-Rio Grande Donation
Tangled property details delay Ty Warner's Barnsdall-Rio Grande donation.
Selected Highlights from SBIFF 2018
Our selected highlights from SBIFF 2018, based on prescreened films.
SoCal rail authority closing in on Santa Barbara commuter train.
Non-injury accident creates blackout in San Roque and Mission Canyon.
One plaintiff in first lawsuit, Plum Goods, quits.
Effort receives cash infusion from The Fund for Santa Barbara.
Website has listings for loans, unemployment help, and so on.
Evacuation Map and Written Notice Outlined Different Neighborhoods
The evacuation map and written notice outlined different neighborhoods.
Short Government Shutdown Ends with Promise to Take Up Immigration in February
Short government shutdown ends with promise to take up immigration in February.
Other Insurers Are Taking It 'Claim by Claim'
Other insurers are taking it 'claim by claim.'
Storm Debris Hauled Away at a Rate of 500 Truckloads a Day
Storm debris is being hauled away at a rate of 500 truckloads a day.
'We Feel the Pussy Power!' Proclaims Santa Barbara Mayor, to Crowds' Delight
'We feel the pussy power!' proclaims Santa Barbara mayor, to crowds' delight.
Here are Some of Many Ongoing Events
Here are some of many ongoing events.
Work on popular playground delayed by highway closures and hardware.
Schools Reopen as Teachers Are Bused In from Santa Barbara and Goleta
Schools reopen as teachers are bused in from Santa Barbara and Goleta.
Sheriff Brown, EOC Director Lewin Give Insight into Santa Barbara County Disaster Operations
Sheriff Brown, EOC Director Lewin give insight into Santa Barbara County's disaster operations.
Officials Hold Update on Search for Survivors
The search for survivors has turned into a search for remains.
Two families learn deaths are confirmed.
Thomas Fire Was Just Part One of the Rain Season
Thomas Fire was just part one of the rain season.
Community ceremony at Courthouse Sunken Garden on Sunday at 5 p.m.
County warns swimmers and surfers to stay out of the sea due to raw sewage.
United Way fund expanded; more offers on this list being constantly updated.
FEMA Asserts Flood and Mud Covered Under Thomas Fire Declaration
FEMA asserts flood and mud covered under Thomas Fire declaration.
Sandra Schoolfield and Jon Kechejan gave $18,000 to the county's Welcome Every Baby program.
Mini Mega-Store Announcement Elicits Joy and Consternation
The mini mega-store announcement elicits joy and consternation.
The gift will help with the facility's $10 million remodel.
Downed power lines and likely gas explosion early Tuesday impact utilities.
Red Cross Program Lets Friends and Family Know You're Okay
The Red Cross program lets friends and family know you're okay.
Expected flash floods and mudflows prompt Monday noon evac orders, also for Whittier, Sherpa, and Rey fire areas.
City of Goleta has prepped sandbag stations.
Economic Forum Searches for Ways to Boost Sales Post-Thomas
Economic forum searches for ways to boost sales post-Thomas.
The past two weeks have seen an increase in cases of influenza.
New store to open in October 2018.
Opinions Editor Jean Yamamura Sorts Through the Weeks
Opinions Editor Jean Yamamura sorts through the weeks.
The Santa Barbara resident succumbed to cancer, leaving behind a legacy of 'alphabet' mysteries.
Flare ups like the one off Gibraltar Road will continue till it rains.
Thomas Fire Surpassed Cedar Fire in Size and Grew Some More
Thomas Fire surpassed Cedar Fire in size and grew some more.
Possible Health Effects of Radiofrequency Energy Prompts Warning
Possible health effects of radiofrequency energy prompts warning.
Gibraltar and Camino Cielo Lines Held Overnight, Suppression Efforts Continue with More Wind Expected
The Gibraltar and Camino Cielo lines held overnight, and suppression efforts continue with more winds expected.
Support These and Other Locally Owned Businesses During the Holiday Season
Support these and other locally owned businesses during the holiday season.
Saturday's High Stress Firefight Calms Down with Low Winds Overnight
Saturday's high stress firefight calms down with low winds overnight.
Small Businesses Band Together with Specials to Fight Thomas Fire's Economic 'Armageddon'
Small businesses band together with specials to fight Thomas Fire's economic 'armageddon.'
The state Fish & Wildlife money will be used to remediate badly eroded banks.