Preparing for Public Effects of Legal Recreational Pot
With recreational legalization three months off, treatment needs are anticipated as law enforcement and medical personnel meet behind closed doors.
The county supervisor remains coy about her plans.
Supervisors Williams, Lavagnino and County Move Closer to Finalizing Commercial Cannabis Rules
Supervisors Williams and Lavagnino and the county move closer to finalizing commercial cannabis rules.
Defends Immigration Cooperation at Public Forum
Defends immigration cooperation at public forum.
The Industry Explodes, Leaving Everyone in It Wondering What’s Next
As the industry’s underground culture explodes, everyone from pot trimmers to tomato farmers wonders where it will go.
Trump's DACA Decision Affects 4,800 County Residents
Trump's DACA decision affects 4,800 county residents.
Issues Arise Between Applicant and Partners
There appear to be issues between the applicant and his partners.
Applicant Wanted 13 Residential Parcels on Ag Land
Applicant wanted to carve 13 residential parcels out of 4,000 acres of agriculture land.
Tom Scharfeld Refused to Change Name of His iTrump Trumpet App
Tom Scharfeld refused to change the name of his iTrump trumpet app.
Daniel Chen, 22, Accepted a Plea Bargain
Daniel Chen, 22, accepted a plea bargain.
Would have expanded tax exemptions to land under application.
The decision comes after an appeal from neighbors.
Boulders Petitioned to Coastal Commission
Supervisors petition keeping boulders to Coastal Commission.
A Look Inside the Detention Facility Where Santa Barbara's Undocumented Residents are Often Held
A look inside the detention facility where Santa Barbara's undocumented residents are often held.
Goleta Feels Out Residents on Potential Cannabis Regulations
Goleta feels out residents on potential cannabis regulations.
The two-time congressional candidate has $54,000 left over from his last race.
Guadalupe Packing Company Ends Class-Action Lawsuit
Guadalupe packing company ends class-action lawsuit.
She Inherited Department With Morale and Turnover Issues
She inherited a department with morale and turnover issues.
Massive Oil Transport Company Decides Not to Repair
Massive oil-transport company decides not to repair broken pipe that caused Refugio Oil Spill.
Employee Objects to Multilingual Workplace
Employee objects to multilingual workplace.
Department concerned the Ford Explorers could be leaking carbon monoxide; Ford issues statement.
Insurance Provider Leaving 16 of State's Covered California Regions
Citing market uncertainty, the insurance provider is leaving 16 of the state's Covered California regions.
Calls for Limiting Number of Acres for Cultivation
She calls for more transparency and limiting the number of cultivation acres.
Hamid Sarwary picked the victim up at a downtown nightclub and assaulted her at Shoreline Park.
Growers Face Bumpy Road with Neighbors
Growers face a bumpy road with neighbors.
Avocado Harvests Way Down, Prices Shoot Up
Avocado harvests are way down and prices are shooting up.
Will create process for hoop houses over 20 feet tall.
Chumash Legislation Still Allows County Negotiations
Chumash legislation still allows county negotiations to be considered.
Jailed Without Priors, Part of Tougher Immigration Policies
Jailed without priors as part of new, tougher immigration policies
Banks Wary of Marijuana-Fueled Accounts
Banks are wary of marijuana-fueled accounts.
Near Leadbetter and Goleta
Seen near Leadbetter Beach and off Goleta.
The moderate Republican was first elected in 2010.
County Imposes Discretionary Review for All Water-Well Permits
County imposes discretionary review for all water-well permits.
Jeremy Bordegaray Was Shot After Breaking into Home, Stealing Cop Car
Jeremy Bordegaray was shot after breaking into a home and stealing a cop car.
The Story of Fulton Leroy Washington’s Second Chance at Life
The story of Fulton Leroy Washington’s second chance at life.
It stopped after Rock Star discontinued it taxi fleet.
His Fundraising Surpassed Both Senators Feinstein and Harris
The freshman congressmember's fundraising surpassed both senators Feinstein and Harris.
Singer/Songwriter’s Voice Was Enchanting
The singer/songwriter’s voice was as enchanting as ever.
Whittier Fire Still on the Move, but Slowly
Whittier Fire still on the move, but slowly.
The county supervisors adopted a resolution to oppose President Trump's decision to back out of the Paris Accord.
In 2016, had been more than one attempt a month.
Burning Question Is the Tax Rate
But the burning question is the tax rate growers would pay.
Says Senate Bill 54 Will Harm Public Safety
Says Senate Bill 54 will harm public safety.
10,000 Maniacs Singer Talks Activism, Parenting, and Intention
10,000 Maniacs singer talks activism, parenting, and intention.
She comes from Madera County.
Discussion Begins Around Expanding Dispensaries Beyond Three Currently Allowed
There's been discussion around expanding dispensaries beyond the three that are currently allowed.
More Mexican Immigrants are Leaving the U.S. Than Arriving
More Mexican immigrants are leaving the U.S. than arriving.
Train Ride Offers View of Coast Like No Other
The train ride offers a view of the coast like no other.
County approves gift to substation for Montecito, Carpinteria, and Summerland.
More Money In but Even More Money Out
More money in but even more money out for jail, roads, fire, and pensions.