Wednesday and Thursday overnight closures will alternate in both directions.
Grass-roots groups to hold protests on Presidents' Day.
Repairs ongoing at a cost of $2.2 million after Whittier Fire debris blocks culvert.
Five ‘Indy’ Staffers are Engaged
Five “Indy” staffers are engaged.
Monday evening visit brings deputies to investigate.
Incident occurred at Fairview and Stow Canyon Road intersection.
Santa Barbara County states debris flows not expected with week's storms but advises vigilance.
Odin helped end a dangerous pursuit in Goleta.
Monies Arrive from State Transportation Commission
Monies arrive from State Transportation Commission.
SBPD have been investigating for 10 months.
Former Art Director Back with Santa Barbara International Film Festival Cover Creations
Our former art director is back with SBIFF cover creations.
Festival Heads into its Last Weekend
Film festival heads into its last weekend.
Man Was Holding a Radiator Hose, Not a Gun
The man in question was holding a radiator hose, not a gun.
[Update] State Route 154 remains blocked; evacuation has ended; rains less than predicted.
Highway 101 Expected to Reopen Fully This Evening
Highway 101 expected to reopen fully by 8 p.m.
Highway and roads closed from flooding and debris in roadway.
Areas below Sherpa, Whittier, Thomas Fire burn scars and City of Santa Barbara residents notified of imminent flooding.
A powerful storm is headed for Santa Barbara and could trigger flooding, debris flows.
A maintenance employee was allegedly cooking up DMT in the hotel’s boiler room.
Get the Info on Festival Deals
Get the info on festival deals.
‘Independent’ Once Again Sponsors Film Fest’s Audience Choice Award
The ‘Independent’ is once again sponsoring the film fest’s Audience Choice Award.
The fight for the planet is just beginning, environmentalists declare on Sunday.
Takes place Saturday at Lake Los Carneros.
Wednesday night theft occurs at gunpoint.
Combining the Arts and Storytelling
Combining the arts and storytelling.
Adaptation Is Now the Name of the Game
With the weather growing ever weirder, adaptation is now the name of the game.
Life Is All About Chicken, Fetch, and Smells
Life is all about chicken, fetch, and smells.
He previously headed the airport in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Heavy system split north and south.
Decreased rain forecast prompts all clear.
Our Former Sales Administrator Is Now an Ad Rep
Our former Sales Administrator is now an ad rep.
Survivors recount the Montecito debris flow.
Police receive call of fight downtown; find suspect pinned by citizens.
Santa Barbara County Courthouse accepts flag to honor first responders and veterans.
Strong storms are moving through Santa Barbara County.
'Raising Our Light' event commemorates the Montecito community tragedy.
Cover Story Author Explores History of Santa Barbara Costuming
Cover story author explores the history of Santa Barbara costuming.
Property housed a preschool and animal rescue site.
Relationships between the dead clarified, autopsies pending.
Last year, 40 people died on California roads around the New Year.
Voskuyl Library Turns 50
Voskuyl Library turns 50.
[Update] Victims are family members of suspect, David Gerald McNabb, a former custody deputy.
Our Annual Photographic Review of the Year That Was
Our annual photographic review of the year that was.
Eight-year-old approached by woman to get in car.
Four arrested after intra-auto altercation.
Our Annual Collection of Stories About Hometown Organizations Doing Global Good
Our annual collection of stories about hometown organizations doing global good.
Santa Barbara Born and Bred
Santa Barbara born and bred.
[Update] Vehicle chase ends at Hope school; shelter-in-place alert lifted.
State Street Storefront Features Award-Winning Decor
State Street storefront features award-winning decor.
Santa Barbara Footwear Company Gives Away New Shoes
Santa Barbara footwear company gives away new shoes.