Public Works Accountant and Eight Others Accused of Misappropriation of Public Funds
Public Works accountant and eight others accused of misappropriation of public funds.
For those with a work permit that expires soon.
Helping the office and helping the community, Rachel Gantz is the shoulder to lean on.
Santa Barbara’s Marco Farrell Practices Catch and Release
The fish was spotted in the shallows chasing a one-ounce lure.
Plover protections lifted after chicks fledge.
No one was hurt in 2 a.m. fire.
Christina Martin, 57, was battered about the head and upper body.
Multi-Year Santa Barbara Councilmember and County Supervisor
Served many years as Santa Barbara councilmember and county supervisor.
The female officer struck her head on a truck bumper and lost consciousness.
The four men are all from Long Beach.
After 32 years of heavy use, the facility was in serious need of improvements.
Dedicated Indy vet keeps the office moving in his own unique way
The $26 million replacement project took three long years to complete.
[UPDATE] Two women found dead at Hollister Village identified.
Digital intern uses her platform to stand up for what she believes in.
Play structure at Alameda Park will be rebuilt over the fall.
The Independent's very own tri-team takes on the annual Santa Barbara Triathlon.
Subject captured on video surveillance this June wanted for questioning.
The victim's fingers were badly sliced in the assault.
Free flowing with Richie DeMaria
New app from Metropolitan Transit District keeps riders up-to-date; some route timings change.
Deputy fires on suspect near Bradley Dip, who later dies at hospital.
Caltrans attacks water seepage problem with geothermal membrane and drains this time.
A to Zines, Athena Tan hits the ground running as the Indy's new copy editor.
They talked strategy, canvassing, and preventing burnout.
Aspiring screenwriter gets a taste with Film Fest and the great Hans Zimmer.
Indy dancer, meet flamenco.
Learn the lineup for El Desfile Histórico horse procession on August 4.
The Bacara Resort & Spa, just next door to the Venoco oil processing facility, is currently in negotiations with a potential buyer.
New Cuyama incident results in an arrest for vehicular manslaughter.
Second incident within a week near Goleta Train Station.
From one beach town to another.
Landfill diversion and local foodstuffs earn hospital national recognition.
Video features hostage negotiations team, behind the scenes of Deltopia, and MacGyver the search dog.
Falling trees endanger viewers at Ellwood; public forum to be held Wednesday.
[UPDATE] Identified as Edmund Backus of Goleta; did not respond to blowing train whistle and horn.
Clara Hillis always takes the challenge.
New City of Santa Barbara zoning ordinance sets rules for operators.
Reporter Keith Hamm takes on the Whittier Fire.
Continues to Creep Eastward, Challenging Terrain Complicates Work
Cooperative weather aids in containment milestone; meanwhile, fire continues to creep eastward, and challenging terrain complicates work.
Mechanic mishap broils three vehicles; man severely burned.
Crews Reach 25 Percent Containment, Fire Continues to Creep South
The return to an onshore flow allows fire crews to reach 25 percent containment; meanwhile, fire continues to creep into southern canyons.
The U.S. Forest Service, Cal Fire, County Sheriff, and County Fire departments held a joint press conference on Sunday at 2 p.m.
[UPDATE] Crosses border into Santa Barbara County, driven by winds; now 19,000 acres in size.
Hey Santa Barbara, Nick Welsh is looking for people who make cascarones.
Santa Barbarans go abroad to Europe's westernmost point.
Chaucer’s Books Staff Selections
Chaucer’s Books staff offer myriad selection of great tomes.
Report quantifies effect on local economy and employment.
The Indy lands in St. Petersburg.
Glassdoor announces Employees' Choice Awards for top industry leaders.