Only Certain Equipment will Protect You
Only certain equipment will protect you from the sun.
The Whittier Fire destroyed two lodges and a water facility.
Talks continue, but the issue may soon head to trial.
Helen Rodriguez now focusing on English-learned students.
Land Trust Now Proud Owner of the 21 Acres of Beloved Open Space
The Land Trust for Santa Barbara County is now the proud owner of the 21 acres of beloved open space.
And the groundbreaking is set for August 23.
Additional safety and security comes with a full phone battery.
D.A. to Educate Targeted Elderly Communities
DA to educate targeted elderly communities.
School District Mulls Teaching Sustainable Agriculture, Animal Husbandry
School district mulls teaching sustainable agriculture and animal husbandry.
Effort Follows Increase in Racial Tensions, Two Sudden Deaths
Effort follows increase in racial tensions and two sudden deaths.
Public Comment Period Ends August 15
The public comment period ends August 15.
Houston Woman Charged with Conspiracy and Wire Fraud
A Houston woman is charged with conspiracy and wire fraud.
Whittier, Alamo Blazes Have Cost An Estimated $55 Million to Fight
The Whittier and Alamo blazes have cost an estimated $55 million to fight.
School District Approves $28.7 Million Construction Bid
The school district approves a $28.7 million construction bid.
Containment reaches 83 percent, brief flare-ups visible Thursday night.
A Seaside Escape 100 Miles From Town
A seaside escape, 100 miles from town.
Fire Officials Assess Damage and Praise Cooperation
Fire officials assess damage and praise cooperation.
He said he recently read the script and production will start next year.
Complete firebreak in Bear Creek drainage on fire's eastern edge, continue to tackle front country.
Crews Working to Contain Bear Creek Edge, State of Emergency Declared
Crews work to contain eastern edge in Bear Creek drainage; county declares state of emergency.
The Story of Near Escapes, Trapped Children, Heroic Acts, and an Endless Fire Season
The story of near escapes, trapped children, heroic acts, and an endless fire season.
A Forest Service Patrolman and a Santa Barbara Firefighter Helped 90 Campers and Their Counselors Survive the Flames
How a Forest Service patrolman and a Santa Barbara firefighter helped 90 campers and their counselors survive the flames.
Kabogoza Improperly Fastened His Belt-Pack Flotation Device, Coroner’s Report Says
Kabogoza improperly fastened his belt-pack flotation device while paddle boarding, the Coroner’s report says.
Conflict Resolution Method Slowly Replacing Zero-Tolerance Traditions
The conflict resolution method is slowly replacing zero-tolerance traditions.
A great white was recently spotted off Stearns Wharf.
District adopts its own $161 million budget.
The Summerland well has been leaking sticky crude for years.
Kelly Fresch arrived from Tustin.
Complaint Argues City Crackdown Runs Counter to Coastal Act
The complaint argues the city's crackdown runs counter to the Coastal Act.
School District Proposes Shifting $6 Million from Armory Purchase
The school district has proposed shifting $6 million from the armory purchase.
It offers free breakfast, lunch, and dinner to anyone 18 or younger.
$25,000 heading to Advanced Woodworking and Construction Technology students.
Nearly 140 volunteers collected more than 27 tons of donated goods.
Have a Lazy or Lively Day in the Town Down the Coast
Have a lazy or a lively day in the town down the coast.
Anemones, Keyhole Limpets, and Turban Snails at Sea’s Edge
Anemones, keyhole limpets, and turban snails come to view as the sea ebbs.
Ben Andrews Rides Maverick’s and Wins $50,000
Santa Barbara surfer Ben Andrews rides a 53-foot wave at Maverick’s and wins $50,000.
Our Annual Ode to the Great Outdoors
Our annual ode to the great outdoors.
Bills aims to allocate $2 million to capping leaky wells.
In Split Vote, County Supervisors Ban Certain Short-Term Rentals
In a split vote, the county supervisors banned certain short-term rentals.
The information on two deaths that occurred in March has been made public.
One more step is made in the process to cap a leaky Summerland oil well.
The County Board of Supervisors will review short-term rental regulations on June 6.
Too Busy to Bid, Say Local Contractors
Local contractors said to be too busy to bid; Washington to get new gas lines.
The Forest Service has yet to decide if it will attempt to recover costs.
Assault near San Marcos High involved four students.
Students will receive digital devices starting in the fall.
Wolf's Head Annex Offers Stylish Haircuts on Traditional Furniture
Isaac Alvarado continues a family tradition of hairstyling at Wolf's Head Annex with a vintage flair passed on from his grandfather.
Donna Lewis will lead the school district.
Amy Alzina heading to Cold Spring, Anthony Ranii taking over Montecito Union.
Of the 756 students who joined in the fall, 85 percent stuck with the program.