Southern California-Wide Arrests Nab 188 Immigrants
Southern California-wide arrests nab 188 immigrants.
Smell of Buds in Bloom and Quantity of Cash Worry Neighbors
The smell of buds in bloom and the quantity of cash involved worry some neighbors.
Would be a means to stop gun purchase temporarily.
Supporters pack Santa Barbara City Hall.
‘Searching for Sugarman’ Thrills Crowd
The ‘Searching for Sugarman’ subject thrills a beaming audience.
A Refugio Retrospective, Two Years After
A Refugio retrospective, two years after.
County Will Look at Charging at Parks, Beaches
The county will look at charging at parks and beaches.
Last week's dispute brought up many tricky questions.
Celebrity Drama Previews Hard Look at Private Wells
The celebrity drama previews a hard look at private wells.
Trump’s Executive Order on Agriculture Could Open Door for Worker Program
Will Trump’s recent executive order invite a worker program for agriculture?
Profiles of Cool Careers, and the Latest Employment Trends in Santa Barbara County
Profiles of cool careers and the latest employment trends in Santa Barbara County.
Bursts into flames after descent, passengers and pilot safe.
Couple Serve the Underserved in S.B.
The black lesbian couple serves the underserved in S.B.
State Law Eases Permits for Accessory Dwelling Units
State law eases permits for Accessory Dwelling Units.
Supervisors Clash on Where County Funding Should Go
Supervisors clash on where county funding should go.
Marchers Get the Word Out on International Workers’ Day and People’s Climate March
Marchers get the word out on International Workers’ Day and People’s Climate March.
Singer Sounds Great at 84
Though he played the night before at Stagecoach, the singer’s voice was the opposite of tired.
California Fights Trump's Federal Drilling Order
California fights Trump's federal oil exploration order, including in Santa Barbara Channel.
Supervisors Make Unlikely Allies in Drafting Pot Ordinance
The supervisors have made unlikely allies in drafting the county's pot ordinance.
Urges Rep. LaMalfa to Rethink Annexation Legislation
She urges Rep. LaMalfa to rethink annexation legislation.
One Reporter’s Journey Through a Strange Land
One reporter’s journey through the strange land of Donald Trump’s first 100 days
Carbajal raises a half-million dollars in first three months of this year.
Cites Steep Increase in Colorado After Drug Was Legalized
She cited a steep increase in Colorado after the drug was legalized.
Sheriff's personnel trained how to administer the heroin overdose antidote.
County Department Preparing to Lay Off 128 Employees
The county department is preparing to lay off 128 employees.
Residents Offered $1,000 to Improve Air Quality
Residents offered $1,000 to improve air quality by not burning wood.
Gay Man Hit in Face, Jaw Broken
Gay man hit in face after basketball pickup game, jaw broken.
Bill Passed the State Senate, Headed to the Assembly
Sheriff Bill Brown said the law wouldn't make communities safer.
County Forced to Work with $11 Million Less
The county is being forced to work with $11 million less.
The funds already paid for emergency anti-erosion work during the storms.
Carp Farmers, Members of Indivisible Help Families Afraid to Re-Register for Food Stamps
Carp farmers, members of Indivisible help families afraid to re-register for food stamps.
The State Street eatery suddenly closed Tuesday.
Growers Thank County For Its 'Progressive' Approach
Growers thank the county for its "progressive" approach to regulation.
Alleges she couldn't take breaks and didn't receive overtime pay.
After Apologizing, Feds Call out County Yet Again for Not Cooperating
After apologizing, the feds call out the county yet again for not cooperating.
Federal Agency Apologizes to Sheriff Brow
The federal agency apologized to Sheriff Brown.
Linked to Drug-Dealer Arrests
Linked to drug-dealer arrests.
Hospital Makes Policy 'Idiot-Proof,' Says Plaintiffs' Guardian
Hospital makes emergency-room policy 'idiot-proof,' says plaintiffs' guardian.
Tough and Energized, They're Swinging High and Hitting Hard
Tough and energized, they're swinging high and hitting hard.
Legal Aid Forums Held, People Afraid to Come
Legal aid forums are being held, but people are afraid to come.
It's Been a Busy Year for Kenny Kahn and His Tribe
It's been a busy year for Kenny Kahn and his tribe.
For a 2,000-square-foot home, that translates to a $2,380 increase.
Nonprofit recently purchased Anacapa Street plot for $3.5 million.
Questions Arise Over Mobile Home Park's Fate
Questions arise over the mobile home park's fate.
Controversial Project Ignited Debate Statewide
Controversial project ignited debate among environmentalists and energy workers statewide.
Mental Health Advocates Pleasantly Surprised by Lt. Mark Mahurin
Mental health advocates have been pleasantly surprised by Lt. Mark Mahurin.
'It's becoming stronger and more powerful,' said participant of women's movement.
Can Santa Barbara's Hippest Neighborhood Keep Its Cool?
Can Santa Barbara's hippest neighborhood keep its cool?
Supervisor Peter Adam Says Mass Deportations May Be a Good Idea
Supervisor Peter Adam says mass deportations may be a good idea.
The county's recently retired auditor-controller will tackle the funding a dilemma.