Gang Wars Hit City Hall

The injunction will head to trial after heated debate. Read story.

Dies Family Sues U.S. Government, Capps, Morua

Attorney argues hospital costs and punitive damages are owed. Read story.

Patient Care in Crosshairs

ADMHS Making Improvements After Years of FailuresApr. 24, 12 a.m.

Twelve Resource Projects to Watch

Apr. 24, 12 a.m.

Gang Wars Hit City Hall

Injunction Heads to Trial After Heated DebateApr. 24, 12 a.m.

Pangas Still a Problem?

Though Numbers are Down, Enforcement Action ContinuesApr. 24, 12 a.m.

Mick Kronman Traces Fishing History

Santa Barbara's Harbor Operations Manager Pens New BookApr. 24, 12 a.m.

Dies Family Sues U.S. Government, Capps, Morua

Attorney Argues Hospital Costs and Punitive Damages are OwedApr. 22, 10 p.m.

Navy Closes San Miguel Island to Look for Old Bombs

Public Safety Concerns at Former Test Range Prompt Long-Term OperationApr. 21, 8 p.m.

Freeway Closed at Castillo Due to Triple-Fatality DUI Crash

Updated Apr. 21, 9:00 a.m.

Fracking Freak-Out Justified?

Enviros and Industry Reps Trade Jabs at Coastal Protection HearingApr. 17, 12 a.m.

Edgy Frustration Over Drought

Water Rate Increases Coming Next MonthApr. 17, 12 a.m.

Big Plans for the Big House

Proposed Jail Currently Designed in Mission ThemeApr. 17, 12 a.m.

Santa Barbara's Cafeteria Queen

Nancy Weiss Heads a Reimagined School Food ProgramApr. 17, 12 a.m.

Wolf Collects Another $20,000 From Labor Union

Donation Came One Day After Aceves Made Allegations of Donation-Disclosure MisconductApr. 15, 2 p.m.

Morua Pleads Guilty to DUI and Fatal Hit-and-Run Charges

Will Be Sentenced to 20 Years to Life in PrisonApr. 15, 11 a.m.

CA Coastal Commission Approves Paradiso del Mare Project

Last-Minute Settlement Talks Lead to a Finding of No Significant ImpactApr. 15, 9 a.m.

The Deltopia Disaster Debriefed

Visitor vs. Student Numbers Released; Supervisors Question Sheriff Over TacticsApr. 10, 12 a.m.

Caution Peppers Budget Talk

County Remains Hopeful but Guarded Over Cash Flow and ReservesApr. 10, 12 a.m.

Fraudster Sentenced to Probation

Rosemary Baugh Avoids Prison After Stealing $700,000 From Elderly VictimApr. 10, 12 a.m.

Feds Order State Water Transfers Stopped

Broken Pumps and Dead Fish Throw Wrench in the WorksApr. 10, 12 a.m.

Health Officials Work to Contain Tuberculosis Outbreak

Diagnosis of Santa Maria High School Student Only Tip of IcebergApr. 9, 8 p.m.

Los Angeles Teen Accused of Sparking Deltopia Riot Charged as Adult

Apr. 8, 7 p.m.

Man Sentenced to Eight Years for Punching Elderly Victim

Doug Stekkinger's Criminal Past Came into PlayApr. 7, 2 p.m.

Deltopia Party Devolves Into Isla Vista Riot

Apr. 6, 8 a.m.

UCSB Professor Pleads Not Guilty to Theft and Battery

Apr. 4, 1 p.m.

City Hall Rejects Slander Claims Against Cops

Attorney for Six Alleged Gang Members Likely to File Lawsuit NextApr. 3, 4 p.m.

VIDEO: Al Gore's Daughter Gets Married in Carpinteria

Local filmmaker Larry Nimmer documents the small ceremony outside Lucky Llama Coffee.

D’Vine Café Closing After 10 Years of Business

Owner thanks loyal customers and looks forward to honeymoon in Italy.

Congressmember Capps to Host Gender Equality Discussion

The Women’s Economic Agenda Forum will be held this Saturday at SBCC’s ...

Air Quality Watch Issued for Santa Barbara County

High winds expected to bring increased dust particles.

Computer Science Academy Approved for Santa Barbara High School

Educators point to a rise in tech industry jobs.

UCSB Leads Way in Green Efforts

Campus touts long-water water conservation efforts amid drought.

Hotel Tax on the Rise?

Voters may decide on the proposed 2.5 percent jump.

Neighborhood Clinics Opening New Goleta Facility

The Santa Barbara Neighborhood Clinics received a Health Resources and Services Administration ...

Unemployment Rate Drops

March 2014 data shows that Santa Barbara’s unemployment rate sits at 6.7 ...

Goleta Appoints Interim City Manager

Michelle Greene, who has been deputy city manager of Goleta since 2013, ...

Hotel Oceana Becoming Hotel Milo

Hotel Oceana on Cabrillo Boulevard will officially become Hotel Milo on 5/1 ...

Boys & Girls Club Allowed to Use School Fields

School boardmembers agreed to allow the Boys & Girls Club to use ...

Abalone Poacher Faces Stiff Sentence

The urchin diver caught with four illegally harvested abalone on a boat ...

State Water Flowing Back to Cachuma

The Central Coast Water Authority is again pumping state water into Lake ...

Santa Barbara Fair & Expo

Santa Barbara Fair and Expo celebrates “25 Years of Magic”, ... Read More


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