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.
On-Site Inhaling Allowed
City location allows on-site consumption.
Makes Potentially Life-Saving Decision During Welfare Call
Sgt. Freddy Padilla reflects on potentially life-saving decisions during welfare call.
Real News Still Practiced Here
After 12 years, Melinda Burns and Wendy McCaw are both still standing.
Opening of New Cannabis Storefronts Remains Months Away
The opening of new cannabis storefronts remains months away.
The owner of the Pickle Room and Three Pickles was 69.
Montecito resident was an iconic heartthrob of screens both big and small.
Assemblymember Saves Taxpayers from $2B Cleanup Bond
The assemblymember teamed up with colleagues to defeat $2 billion cleanup bond.
States 'Business as Usual,' for EPA Pacific Southwestern Branch
States it's 'business as usual,' for EPA Pacific Southwestern branch.
November Election to Decide New Districts for County
New supervisorial districts are the focus of two countywide efforts.
Weight of 13 Investigations Becomes Too Much for Pruitt
Weight of 13 investigations becomes too much for Pruitt.
Judge Finds Delusional Killer Could Tell Right From Wrong
Judge finds delusional killer could tell right from wrong.
Outspoken, Curmudgeonly Civic Crusader and Public-Access Talk Show Host Calls It Quits
The outspoken, curmudgeonly civic crusader and public-access talk show host calls it quits.
Signs Final Document for Superfund Cleanup at Casmalia Toxic Dump
Signs final document for Superfund cleanup at Casmalia toxic dump.
One of America’s Greatest Rock-and-Roll Bands Made Everyone Believe in the Possibility of Summer
One of America’s greatest rock-and-roll bands made everyone believe in the possibility of summer.
Restoration Project Targets 1,400-Foot Stretch
The restoration will target 1,400-foot stretch along Las Positas Road.
Regulation Growing in Fits and Starts from Goleta to Lompoc
Regulations are growing in fits and starts.
Lompoc Valley Medical Center Left Holding $28 Million in Loans and Losses
The Lompoc Valley Medical Center is now burdened with $28 million in loans and losses.
Bill Passes to Address Fragmented Delivery System
Lone vote against bill in Judiciary Committee to address fragmented delivery system.
The Beloved Burger Shack on Linden Avenue
The beloved burger shack on Linden Avenue.
How a New Group Claims to Be the Voice of the Radical Center
A new group wants to change Santa Barbara County district lines that will control who is elected.
Ringleader Gets 13 Years, Eight Months
The alleged ringleader pleads guilty.
New Burger Trend Is Old-School
This new burger trend is actually old-school.
Neighborhood Clinics Lose 8 Percent of Operating Revenue
The operating revenue of Neighborhood Clinics is down $1.1 million.
Reason in Government is seeking to create an independent committee.
Robert Lewis Jr. was deemed too intellectually disabled.
California Coastal Conservancy Receives over 600 Angry Letters
The California Coastal Conservancy received over 600 angry letters.
Tests Indicate Remains Are Between 9,700 and 10,200 Years Old
Tests indicate the remains are between 9,700 and 10,200 years old
Claims He Is Not Mentally Ill
She denied Holzer showed any signs of mental illness during their six-year marriage.
On Becoming Monsters: Trump, Sessions, and Miller Advance Their Policy of Hate
Trump, Sessions, and Miller advance their policy of hate on the United States border.
Longtime Principal Jo Ann Caines Passes Away
Longtime principal Jo Ann Caines died last week.
Pot entrepreneurs make the rounds between county and city administrators.
Congressional Candidate Struggles for Support in Isla Vista
The three-time congressional candidate struggles for votes in Isla Vista.
Expert Witness Struggled During Cross-Examination
An expert witness struggled during cross-examination.
Can Santa Barbara Handle Something Fun and Functional?
Lime-green electric scooters hit State Street.
Social Worker Succumbs to Blood Cancer
He described his social work as more of a mission than a job.
Judge Hill Considers Killer’s Sanity
Judge Brian Hill to determine if killer is not guilty by reason of insanity.
City Council Is Picking Winners and Losers in Cannabis Trade
Santa Barbara pot shops are vying to win State Street locations.
Violations Cost Company over $14 Million
Violations cost the company over $14 million.
Legalized Cannabis Outlets Remain More Myth Than Reality, for Now
Legalized cannabis outlets remain more myth than reality, for now.
Receiver Met with Empty Bank Account and Bedbugs, Cockroaches, and Trash
Receiver was met with empty bank account and bedbugs, cockroaches, and trash at properties.
Foodbank’s Eric Talkin Reflects on a Decade of Work
Foodbank’s Eric Talkin reflects on a decade of work.
Or Why Salud Carbajal Should Have Given All His Money Away
Can Democrats blame Abel Maldonado or Salud Carbajal if Republicans win the House in November?
New Eastside Bridge Culminates Years of Struggle
Grand opening for new Eastside bridge conveys a tingle of progress.
Average Monthly Rent for a Studio Is Up $400 Since 2013
The average rent for a South Coast studio is $1,553.
Revenue Close to Falling Short of Expenses
Population was half today's; revenue close to falling short of expenses.
Council Approves Additional $375K in Protracted Enforcement
The City Council has approved upward of $375,000 for additional enforcement.
Trial Starts May 30 in Santa Barbara Superior Court
The trial starts May 30 in Judge Brian Hill’s courtroom.
Former Santa Barbara County supervisor confirms his appointment as regional head of Environmental Protection Agency.