Forum Debates the Pros and Cons of Working with ICE
Forum debates the pros and cons of working with ICE.
Environmental Groups Continually Blast Project's Design, Development Impact
Environmental groups have continually blasted the project's design and development impact.
It's 'Time to Give Someone Else a Chance,' She Said
It's 'time to give someone else a chance,' she said.
Gelb Stands Accused of Disturbing the Peace with Homophobic Slurs
Gelb is accused of disturbing the peace after shouting homophobic slurs on State Street.
Encounter Started with Criticism of Controversial Landlord's Practices; Ended in Homophobic Slurs
The encounter started with criticism of the controversial landlord's practices and ended in homophobic slurs.
Oceanfront Residents Worry Development Restrictions Will Affect Existing Stairways
Oceanfront residents worry new development restrictions will affect existing stairways.
Feds Continue Campaign Against Pot Sales
Union Bank has a dim view of the pot industry and recently shut down suspicious client accounts.
Hopes to restart offshore platforms; Plains All American applies to rebuild broken pipe responsible for Refugio Oil Spill.
Since Legalization, Adult Use Has Not Increased
Since legalization, adult use has not increased.
Meanwhile, California Looks at Scrapping the Problematic System
Meanwhile, California looks at scrapping the problematic system.
After Years and Years of Debates, the Deed is Finally Done
After years and years of debates, the deed is finally done.
County selects Glendora firm to review Public Works' financial records.
'Opportunity of a lifetime' includes duplexes, four-plexes, and single-family homes.
Jackson and Limón Discuss Culture of Sex Demands at State Capitol
Jackson and Limón discuss culture of sex demands at State Capitol.
Cappello Hired to Sue City of Santa Barbara and Sailing Center
Cappello hired to sue City of Santa Barbara and Sailing Center.
Crawford-Hall Files Suit to Stop Chumash Land Deal with County
Crawford-Hall files suit to stop Chumash land deal with Santa Barbara County.
The drop-off point is the downtown Rescue Mission.
City Becoming Santa Barbara County's Cannabis Capitol
The city is quickly becoming Santa Barbara County's cannabis capitol.
Amid donations from various native tribes around California, some residents have called for Williams to recuse himself.
Council Votes to Allow Every Type of Cannabis Business
Council votes to allow every type of cannabis business.
Santa Barbara's State Reps Behind 21 New Pieces of Legislation
Santa Barbara's state representatives are behind 21 new pieces of legislation.
City Ordinance Committee Starts Tackling the Tough Questions
City ordinance committee starts tackling the tough questions.
Chumash and County Reach Proposed Terms
After years of wrangling, Chumash and county reach proposed terms.
Deejay and Saxophonist Grant Kwiecinski Talks Live Music, Homosexuality, and Revolutions
Deejay and saxophonist Grant Kwiecinski talks live music, homosexuality, and revolutions.
Knowing What to Keep Might Be the Secret
Knowing what to keep might be the secret.
Will Send ICE into Neighborhoods, Says Santa Barbara Sheriff, Instead of Jails
Will send ICE into neighborhoods, says Santa Barbara sheriff, instead of jails.
County Board of Supervisors presses forward with assessments of energy alternatives.
Resolution dismissed by some as 'symbolic,' others receive it with gratitude.
Hawaiian land board officials approve construction permit atop Mauna Kea.
British Indie Group Treated Fans to Its Classics
The British indie group treated fans to its classics.
Auditor-Controller Receptionist Said to Have Noticed Suspicious Activity
Auditor-Controller receptionist said to have noticed suspicious activity.
UPDATE: The fire is 441 acres with 60 percent containment.
They Lament the Camp 4 Deal Was Hashed Out Behind Closed Doors
They lamented the Camp 4 deal was hashed out behind closed doors.
Did Eight Co-conspirators Launder Money Through a Youth Football Conference?
Did eight co-conspirators launder money through a youth football conference?
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.