Santa Barbara County Releases First Quarterly Report
Santa Barbara County releases first quarterly report.
Saturday Farmers Market May Lose Its Longtime Site
Santa Barbara's Saturday Farmers Market may lose its 35-year site.
Neighbors Complain as City Hall Fast-Tracks Grant Application
Neighbors complain as City Hall fast-tracks grant application.
Planning Commission Finds Cota Street Lot Best Location for New Police Station
Planning Commission finds Cota Street Lot best location for new police station.
Democrats Celebrate a Very Blue Tuesday
Democrats sweep countywide races and secure House of Representatives.
It was possibly the largest bust in state history.
Jane Sherron De Hart Demystifies the Notorious RBG
Jane Sherron De Hart demystifies the Notorious RBG.
Commerce Secretary Sets Out to Screw Santa Barbara by Undercounting Residents
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross sets out to screw Santa Barbara by undercounting residents.
Santa Barbara City Parks Subject of Ongoing Debate
Santa Barbara city parks subject of ongoing debate.
Victim’s Uncle Lived Here
Jamal Khashoggi’s Uncle lived in Santa Barbara.
Sewer District Told ‘Cease and Desist’
Sewer district issued ‘cease and desist’ letter.
Ongoing Fine-Tuning Needed as Basic Facts Under Dispute
Ongoing fine-tuning is needed as basic facts of rental market are under dispute.
Hospital CEOs in Talks with Behavioral Wellness, Sheriff's Office
Hospital leaders are in talks with county Behavioral Wellness and Sheriff's Office.
Do Excitable Advertisements and Inflammatory Charges Hold Water?
[Update] Elections at Montecito’s water and sanitary districts cause waves and a cease-and-desist letter to be delivered.
City Retail Dispute Spurs Lawsuit as County Cracks Down on Illegal Grows
City retail dispute spurs a lawsuit as the county cracks down on illegal grows.
Orchestrated Campaign Seeks Water and Sewer Board Positions
An orchestrated campaign is seeking board seats with water and sewer districts.
A Case Study in Why Councilmembers and the Administrator Don’t Fix the City’s Problems
Santa Barbara City Council and its staff fight among themselves and don’t fix the city’s problems.
$820-Million Project Increases Beds, Children’s Services, and More
The $820-million project increases beds, treatment for children, and other services.
Decline-to-States Now Almost Outnumber Republicans in Santa Barbara
County Supervisor Steve Lavagnino registers as a decline-to-state voter in Santa Barbara County.
Fire Chief Goes Toe-to-Toe with Environmental Groups
Fire Chief Eric Peterson goes toe-to-toe with environmental groups.
Upper State Apartment Complex First to Receive Density Bonus
The controversial apartments were first to receive density bonuses.
Party Activists Knocking on Doors near Vegas
Party activists from Santa Barbara are knocking on doors near Las Vegas.
Dr. Charity Dean takes a new job as assistant director of the state public health department.
Took Nearly Four Years to Open Doors
It took nearly four years for the Collective to open its doors.
Will ‘Female Assistant’ Save Mitch McConnell and Republican Leadership from Committing a Judicial Travesty?
Will a “female assistant” save Mitch McConnell and the Republican leadership from committing a judicial travesty in the Brett Kavanaugh hearings?
Argument: Oversized-Vehicle Ban Is Discriminatory
Peter Marin argues that the oversized-vehicle ban is discriminatory.
Integrated Care Clinic Hits One-Year Mark
Integrated Care Clinic hits one-year mark, busier than anticipated.
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.
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.
Organizers Cite Wildfire Concerns, Pricing
Organizers cite wildfire concerns and pricing.
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.