But they don't pose a risk to nearby communities, district ranger says.
Vote comes in response to shift to basic-aid funding.
Dropping Enrollment Threatens to Close the Small K-6 Campus
Dropping enrollment threatens to close the small K-6 campus.
Barret Murphy found incoherent in the middle of East Valley Road after allegedly raping a woman.
Civil Suit Filed in the Aftermath
A civil suit has been filed in the aftermath of the 2016 blaze.
Two Years of Heated Debate Come to a Head with the Decision
Two years of heated debate finally came to a head with the decision.
Team Coaches and Doctors Tackle Ways to Prevent Head Injuries
Santa Barbara coaches and doctors tackle ways to prevent head injuries in all youth sports.
Economics Educator Honored for Teaching Charity
San Marcos High School econ teacher honored at 10th-anniversary party.
The small brushfire that prompted evacuation orders for residents of the Trout Club is under control.
UPDATE: The fire is 441 acres with 60 percent containment.
Matsuoka cites declining enrollment and potential change in inter-district transfer policy.
The vast majority of the 88-acre property will remain untouched.
The public meeting is scheduled for October 3rd.
Veterans Day Event Discusses Returning Soldiers, Human Trafficking, and More
Returning soldiers and human trafficking are among the topics at this year’s event.
Leaked Memo Suggests National Monument Off List of Targets
A leaked memo suggests the national monument is off his list of targets.
Statewide Figures Reveal Most Expensive Season on Record
The statewide figures reveal the most expensive season on record.
Statewide annual quarantine on sport-harvested mussels remains in effect.
The Santa Barbara Unified superintendent calls for equity.
Alyssa Nuño's cousin reports she'll soon receive facial reconstruction surgery.
Work to cap the leaking oil wellhead may start this winter.
Central Library Program Expands to Eastside and Carpinteria
The downtown library program has expanded to Carpinteria and the Eastside.
A lightning strike started the small blaze.
Painter Brett Hammond Contributes to Alleyway Art
Painter Brett Hammond contributes to alleyway art.
The Los Padres National Forest battalion chief died in a car crash while returning from a wildfire.
Morgan Maassen Specializes in Waterborne Footage
Morgan Maassen specializes in waterborne footage.
Sunday's Storm Capsizes Boats, Downs Trees, and Rips Roofing
Sunday's storm also capsized boats, downed trees, and ripped roofing.
Emilio Resendiz Opened Champs to Have His Own Shop
Emilio Resendiz opened his own shop for better income and flexibility.
Free App Pinpoints Bus Location and More
Free app for smartphones and home computers facilitates bus trips.
The application deadline for the training camp is September 18.
County Warned About Rainstorms Sending Debris Downhill
The county is warned about rainstorms sending debris downhill.
State Law Requires New Intervention Strategies
State law requires new intervenion strategies.
Will build admin and research spaces and repair roads.
But intervention efforts continue.
Signage reflects 1986 easement that originally created the beach trail.
Twenty-month project gets its start.
A vet said the 250-pound male was in poor health.
Charity Event Donates Backpacks and Supplies to Young Students
Charity event donates backpacks and supplies to students in need.
Top Santa Barbara Am and Ojai Pro Dominate on National Stage
Top surfers from Santa Barbara region dominate on a national stage.
New Equipment Emphasizes Simple Functionality
New offerings from the outdoor giant emphasize comfort and durability.
Over 1,000 Sky-Gazers Crowd Museum of Natural History
Over 1,000 sky-gazers crowded the Museum of Natural History.
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.
Public Comment Period Ends August 15
The public comment period ends August 15.