Santa Barbara’s Lakey Peterson Finishes World Number Two
Santa Barbara’s Lakey Peterson finishes world number two.
Billionaire Charlie Munger Finances Purch of “Coastal Jewel”
Billionaire Charlie Munger finances purchase of “coastal jewel.”
Emergency Permitting Process Makes More Headway
The emergency permitting process has made even more headway.
State Leaders Convene to Discuss Emergency Alert Systems
State leaders convene to discuss emergency alert systems.
Designer Lee Kirch Turns Neglected Cottage into “Little Jewel.”
Designer Lee Kirch turns neglected cottage in to “little jewel.”
Yearlong Contest Series Culminates Next Week in Hawaii
Yearlong contest series culminates next week in Hawaii.
Volunteer Team Looked for Human Remains in Paradise
Volunteer team looked for human remains in Paradise.
Santa Barbara Electrician with Humble Start in 1981.
Santa Barbara electrician had humble beginnings in 1981.
Cheri Rae's New Book Provides Path for Parents
Cheri Rae's new book provides path for parents.
Emergency Measure Seeks to Mitigate a Repeat of 1/9 Debris Flow
Emergency measure seeks to mitigate a repeat of 1/9 Debris Flow.
Maeve Juarez and Andy Rupp Awarded for 1/9 Rescues
Maeve Juarez and Andy Rupp awarded for 1/9 rescues.
Utility Giant CEO Shares Report With Investors
The utility giant CEO shares report with investors.
New Name Honors Beloved Principal
New name honors beloved principal.
Acquisition Culminates 25+-Year Effort
Acquisition culminates effort that started in the early '90s.
Project Manager Reflects on Challenging Home Renovation
Project manager reflects on challenging residential renovation.
Retired Nurse Invests Equity to ‘Get it Done!’
Retired nurse invests equity to “get it done!”
$3M Project Upgrades to Smart Meters
The $3-million project gives smart meters to 4,600 customers.
October 18 Event Organized by the Associated Student Body
The October 18 event is organized by the Associated Student Body.
Board Vote Set for October 23
Board members are schedule to vote on October 23.
Opponents of Just Communities Training Outnumbered by Supporters
Opponents of Just Communities training workshops were widely outnumbered by supporters.
Well-Funded Nonprofit Seeks Emergency Permits to Block Debris Flows
A well-funded nonprofit is seeking emergency permits to block debris flows.
Price for Landmark Building on 4.7 Acres Set at $11.6M
The price for the landmark building on 4.7 acres is $11.6 million.
Architectural Millwork Approaching 50 Years in Business
Architectural Millwork approaching 50 years in business.
Criminal Threat Reduced to Misdemeanor
Felony criminal threat charge reduced to misdemeanor.
AB 2534 Sought to Implement 'Outdated' Access Program
AB 2534 sought to implement an 'outdated' access program, Gov. Brown said.
The Friendship Paddle Raises $180K+
The Friendship Paddle raises $180,000-plus.
Anonymous Parent Group Threatens Lawsuit
An anonymous parent group has threatened to sue.
Landscape Designer Talks Business and Inspiration
Landscape designer talks about launching her business and finding inspiration.
CHP Cites Speeding and Distracted Driving
CHP cites speeding and distracted driving.
Plaque Installed at Corner Green Park
Bronze plaque installed at Corner Green park.
Waterways Are Still Loaded with Rock and Loose Soil
The waterways are still loaded with rock and loose soil.
Brooks Grad Carved Niche Shooting Homes, Hotels
The Brooks graduate found a niche shooting homes and hotels.
SB 1260 Drafted in Wake of State's Most Destructive Fire Season
SB 1260 was drafted in the wake of California's worst fire season.
Republican Don Bacon Visits 24th Congressional District
Republican Don Bacon visited the 24th Congressional District.
Interfaith Retreat Recovering from 1/9 Debris Flow
The interfaith retreat is recovering from 1/9 Debris Flow.
Mental Wellness Nonprofit Secures Lease
Mental wellness nonprofit secures month-to-month lease.
DNA Sent to State Database
DNA samples have been sent to state database.
Regulations Need Coastal Commission Approval
New regulations would need Coastal Commission approval.
No Need for a License, Other Regs Still Apply
A license is not required but other regulations still apply.
Assemblymember Limón Responds to Public Concern
Assemblymember Limón responds to public concern.
Coastal Trails Group Allowed to Argue Against Settlement
Judge Colleen Sterne allows a trail group to argue against existing settlement agreement.
Nonprofit Coalition Arguing for Overland Access to Beach
A nonprofit coalition will argue for overland access to Cuarta Beach.
Captain Wayne Habell Took His Own Life in Montecito
Captain Wayne Habell took his own life near Hot Springs trail.
UCSB Fine Arts Grad Gets His Hands Dirty
A UCSB fine-arts graduate get his hands dirty.
Captain Wayne Habell Reported Missing on August 13
Captain Wayne Habell had been reported missing on August 13.
Low-Interest Rates for Santa Barbara Residents, Businesses
The U.S. Small Business Administration offers low rates.
Commissioners Favor Affordable Coastal Lodging
Commissioners favor affordable coastal lodging.
Callers Posing as IRS Agents, Homeland Security
Callers are claiming to be IRS and Homeland Security agents.
Ongoing Fire Season Prompts Caution
Wildfire conditions prompt caution.
Commissioners to Explore Avenues for Public Access
Commissioners are exploring all avenues for public access.