He Was a True Man-About-Town and Engaged Public Citizen
He was a true man-about-town and an engaged public citizen.
Government Exec Implores Growers to Get Legal Before Time Runs Out
A government executive implores growers to get legal before time runs out.
Non-Enforcement Comes in Response to Court Ruling
The non-enforcement comes in response to a new court ruling.
What's the Real Reason Father Gavancho Was Terminated From Our Lady of Sorrows?
What's the real reason Father Gavancho was terminated from Our Lady of Sorrows?
UCSB Geologist Says Predictions Are Purely Guesswork
A UCSB geologist says predictions are purely guesswork.
Planning Commissioner Forced to Beg Landlord from Dais
Santa Barbara City Council Progressives refuse to require affordable housing for middle-income residents.
Virtuoso Gives Workshop, Plays Concert September 22
Virtuoso will give a workshop and play a concert September 22 at Live Oak Unitarian Universalist Church.
City Approves High-End Rental Project for Garden and Anapamu Streets
City approves a high-end rental project for Garden and Anapamu streets.
It Will Most Likely Be Between 3.3 Feet and 8.2 Feet By 2050
It will most likely be between 3.3 feet and 8.2 feet by 2050.
When Incompetence Bleeds into Malfeasance You Get an Oil Spill
The Plains pipeline verdicts were guilty on eight misdemeanors and one felony.
Who Is Crazy and Who Is Insane in the Jails and Courts and on the Streets
Who is crazy and who is insane in the jails and courts and on the streets?
He Succeeds Barney ‘Yoda’ Melekian as Sheriff Brown’s Right-Hand Man
He succeeds Barney “Yoda” Melekian as Sheriff Brown’s right-hand man.
Jury Finds Oil Transport Company Guilty on Nine Counts, Hangs on Three
Jury finds oil transport company guilty on nine counts, hangs on three, in Refugio spill.
Why We’ll Never See About Trump’s Critical Appointment to the Supreme Court
Why we’ll never see the true record of Brett Kavanaugh during his Senate confirmation hearings for a seat on the Supreme Court.
Public Comment Window Closes September 7
September 7 is the deadline for public comment.
Martial Arts, Dance Students Help Celebrate Her Birthday
Her martial arts and dance students help celebrate her birthday.
Santa Ynez District Challengers Need Not Own Property
Challengers for the Santa Ynez water district board don't need to own property.
Organizers Cite Wildfire Concerns, Pricing
Organizers cite wildfire concerns and pricing.
San Luis Obispo Investigators '100 Percent Wrong'
Investigators wrongly identified 30 acres of hemp.
Controlled Burns vs. Hard Houses: The Bickering Must Stop
Firefighters and Enviros Bicker over Control Burns and Hard Houses.
Outreach Efforts Help River Squatters to Leave Voluntarily
Outreach efforts help river squatters to leave voluntarily, for now.
Woman is the attorney who represented slain boy's father, Aramazd Andressian.
Killed His Parents and Two Children
Sentence includes a lifetime for each person killed in 2014: Nicolas Holzer's parents and children.
What to Do and What Not to Do with the Homeless
What to do and what not to do with the homeless on State Street.
James Gelb's Homophobic Slurs Caught on Camera
James Gelb's homophobic slurs were caught on camera.
Anti-Casmalia Crusader was 90
The anti-Casmalia Crusader was 90.
Hope Ranch Resident was Democratic Heavy Hitter
Hope Ranch resident was heavy-hitting Democrat.
SGSB, Inc. Says Retail Selection 'Manifestly Unfair'
SGSB says retail selection result was "manifestly unfair."
Injured Woman Wins $105,000
The injured woman wins $105,000.
Marc Martinez: It's a Class Thing
Ousted Marc Martinez said Old Spanish Days has become "less inclusive."
Changing World Market to Blame
A changing world market is to blame.
30 Acres Inspected in San Luis Obispo County
Inspectors visited 30 acres in San Luis Obispo County.
Santa Barbara Wrangles with Downtown Retail
City Hall hosted a packed meeting on downtown woes.
City Council Votes Against ‘Monolithic’ Fourplex
City councilmembers voted unanimously against the proposed “monolithic” fourplex.
Former Movie Star Once Lived in Santa Ynez
The former Santa Ynez resident is a Russian citizen.
Ballot Initiative Funded by North County Interests
The November ballot initiative has been funded by North County interests.
Planners Release Recharge Water from Cachuma
Planners started releasing water from Lake Cachuma
How Trickle-Down Policies Affect the New Abnormal
How Trump’s trickle-down policies are affecting climate change.
Former Lieutenant Governor: 'My Thinking Has Evolved'
'My thinking has evolved,' said former lieutenant governor.
List of Fiesta Booth Vendors Had Been Given to State
List of Fiesta booth vendors in Santa Barbara had been given to the state tax-compliance department.
Project Designed for Low-Income Seniors
The project is designed for low-income seniors.
Plastic Straw Bans, Fake News, and Me-Too Journalism
Plastic straw bans, fake news, and Me-Too journalism collide.
Mentally Ill Santa Ynez Resident Charged with Assault on Officers
The mentally ill Santa Ynez resident was charged with assaulting officers.
Pop-Up Road Construction and Cellular Projects Plague Santa Barbara’s Downtown Streets
Pop-up road construction and cellular projects plague Santa Barbara’s downtown streets.
Son of ‘the Marc’ Comes Downtown to Anapamu Street
Son of ‘the Marc’ comes downtown; 52 apartments proposed for Anapamu Street.
No More Plastic Straws or Styrofoam
City Council says no more plastic straws or Styrofoam.
Nonprofit's Board Not Legally Constituted
The nonprofit's board of directors was not assembled properly.
Response and Treatment Rates Rise
Response and medical treatment rates are on the rise.
Voters Will Decide on Commission to Redraw Supervisor Districts
Voters will decide on a commission to change supervisor district boundaries.
UCSB Prof Gives Media Low Marks for Reporting on Climate Change
County supes consider buying green energy, and a UCSB prof wants more reporting on climate change.