Coastal Zone Boundary Mix-Up Renders Permits Null and Void
The Coastal Zone Boundary mix-up renders permits null and void.
How Santa Barbara Propelled Sean Hannity to Fame and Fortune in Just 28 Short Years
How Santa Barbara propelled Sean Hannity to fame and fortune in just 28 short years.
City, County Water Agencies Spar Over Cachuma Contract
City and county water agencies are sparring over their Lake Cachuma contracts.
State Takes Over Lease, Begins Process of Decommissioning Oil Rig
The state takes over the lease and begins the process of decommission the oil rig.
Downtown Vacancies Mean It’s Time to Round Up the Usual Suspects
Downtown vacancies mean it’s time to round up the usual suspects.
How Blind Cabinetmaker Bruce Munson Fought the Army Corps of Engineers and Won—Almost
How the blind cabinetmaker Bruce Munson fought the Army Corps of Engineers and won—almost.
The Pilot Program is Only Four Months Old
The pilot program is only four months old.
Political Rifts Underlined During Budget Discussion
Political rifts underlined during budget discussion.
Four Years In, All Parties Mum
Four years in, all involved parties are still mum.
Jackson Unsure if She Supports
Jackson is unsure if she supports the proposed legislation.
Downstream Communities May Lose More Water to Fish
Downstream communities may lose even more water to the fish.
Santa Barbara Wine Mogul Key Go-Between for Putin Influence Peddler
Santa Barbara wine mogul key go-between for Putin influence peddler.
Once and Future Mayor Dogged by Term-Limit Questions
Once and future mayor dogged by term-limit questions.
Family Contends Shooting Was Unecessary
Javier Gaona's family still contends the shooting was unnecessary.
Movers and Shakers Ponder Which Way Downtown
Movers and shakers ponder which way downtown.
Cachuma Half Full Thanks to Winter Rains
Cachuma half full thanks to winter rains.
President Declares Open Season on Browsing Histories and Click Habits.
The president declares open season on browsing histories and click habits.
Caltrans fights for a solution to water torture by agua alta.
City Claims Jurisdiction over Flood Safety at Punta Gorda Homes
City claims jurisdiction over flood safety at Punta Gorda mini-homes.
Is Craig Gilbert the Problem or the Solution?
Is Craig Gilbert the problem or the solution?
Rental Politics Rehash: What Would Silvio Di Loreto Think?
Rental politics rehash: What would Silvio Di Loreto think?
Carbajal Celebrates Republican Retreat on Health-Care Bill
Carbajal celebrates Republican retreat on health-care bill.
Singing Duo Commands Arlington Theatre by Way of New Orleans on March 17
The singing duo commanded the Arlington Theatre by way of New Orleans on March 17.
Santa Barbara Is Resurrecting its Chapter
Santa Barbara is resurrecting its chapter.
But Officials Caution Drought Is Far from Over
But officials caution the drought is far from over.
Republicans’ Repeal-and-Replace Health-Care Bill Benefits Young, Healthy, and Rich
Republicans’ repeal-and-replace health-care bill benefits the young, healthy, and rich.
Tough and Energized, They're Swinging High and Hitting Hard
Tough and energized, they're swinging high and hitting hard.
Case Pits First Amendment Against Rights of Sexual Assault Victims
Case pits First Amendment against rights of sexual assault victims.
Republican Repeal Bill Passes Budget Committee
Republican bill to repeal Affordable Care Act passes House Budget Committee.
City of Santa Barbara has most with 790 individuals.
And Carbajal Drops Mic on Republican Repeal Bill
And Carbajal drops the mic on the Republican repeal bill.
As Pushback Mounts, Enforcement Won't Begin for Another Six Weeks
As pushback mounts, enforcement won't begin for another six weeks.
Medical Center Additions Would Go Long Way in Filling Pressing County Need
The medical center additions would go a long way in filling a pressing county need.
Russian Influence Exerted From City's Founding to 2009 Mayor's Race
Russian influence exerted from city's founding to 2009 mayor's race.
Affordable-Housing Program Survives Attempted Moratorium
Affordable-housing program survives attempted moratorium.
But How Much Remains to be Determined
But how much remains to be determined.
Major Progress Made, but Money Problems Brewing
Major progress has been made, but money problems are brewing.
Anthony Durham Repeatedly Abused Two Granddaughters Over Four-Year Period
Anthony Durham repeatedly abused two granddaughters over a four-year period.
City Makes Major Voting Change in Face of Lawsuit
The city makes the major change in the face of a looming lawsuit.
Santa Barbara DA Accelerated Japanese Roundup
Santa Barbara DA accelerated the Japanese roundup.
The decision came shortly after investor Ray Mahboob bought the building.
‘Go Big or Go Home’ is Motto for 27-Musician Ensemble
“Go big or go home” is the motto for this 27-musician ensemble.
Hundreds Oppose Trump's Vow to Cut Funding
Hundreds oppose the Trump Administration's vow to cut funding.
Says Landlord Exposed Tenants to 'Hazardous, Horrific, and Unconscionable Living Conditions'
Says landlord exposed tenants to 'hazardous, horrific, and unconscionable living conditions.'
County Approves $4 Million to Convert Old Juvy Hall
County approves $4 million to convert the old juvenile hall.
Members Mimic the Take-No-Prisoners, In-Your-Face Style of Right Wing Populists
Members are mimicking the take-no-prisoners, in-your-face style of right wing populists.
Santa Barbara's ‘Oversized Vehicle’ Ordinance Incurs Wrath of RV Dwellers, Mercedes Sprinter Owners
‘Oversized vehicle’ ordinance incurs wrath of RV dwellers and Mercedes Sprinter owners alike.
Receives 3,200 Notices of Code Violations at 13 Properties
He received 3,200 notices of code violations at 13 properties.
Scandals Cost Puzder Republican Votes on Senate Committee
The mounting scandals cost Republican votes on Senate committee for Puzder.
He Blamed His Gambling Addiction and Deceased Accountant
Blamed gambling addiction and deceased accountant.