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Measure S: The $288 Million Question

Supporters rally for city college construction, but who will benefit? Read story.

Chumash Expansion Ignites Valley Fever

County officials are negotiating with the tribe over the controversial plan. Read story.

Sewage Pipeline Moved out of Wetlands

Goleta West Sanitary District Relocating Line and Anticipating GrowthAug. 29, 3 p.m.

Drug-Dog Days Continue

Despite Zero Busts Last Year, School Board Renews ContractAug. 28, 12 a.m.

Measure S: The $288 Million Question

Supporters Rally for City College Construction, but Who Will Benefit?Aug. 28, 12 a.m.

Chumash Expansion Ignites Valley Fever

County Negotiating with Tribe Over Controversial PlanAug. 28, 12 a.m.

Trashy Summer Reading on Tajiguas Landfill

Dump May Be Retrofitted With High-Tech FacilitiesAug. 28, 12 a.m.

Death Valley Mystery Solved

Santa Barbara Team Discovers Wind and Ice Behind the Racetrack’s “Sailing Stones”Aug. 27, 12 p.m.

Gaviota Pier Not Opening for Years

State Parks Plans to Reopen, but Repairs Will Cost Many MillionsAug. 22, 12 a.m.

Court Records Shed Light on Holzer Murders

Nicolas and Ex-Wife Juana Exchanged Accusations of Sexual Abuse Against Sons Updated Aug. 21, 5:00 p.m.

Cuyama Valley Drying Up

Study Confirms Groundwater Being Used Faster than It Recharges Aug. 21, 12 a.m.

Air Force Study Opens T-Ridge Drilling Prospects

County Endorses Jackson Bill to Close Loophole and Halt Potential ProjectAug. 21, 12 a.m.

Chumash Expansion Plans Scrutinized

Four County Departments Express Concern Over Massive ProjectAug. 20, 12 p.m.

CHP Ordered to 'Un-Arrest' Hundreds

DUI Charged but Not Prosecuted Should Net a Clean RecordAug. 14, 12 a.m.

NPR Saturation in Santa Barbara?

Four Public Radio Stations Come to TownAug. 14, 12 a.m.

Multiple Murder Victims Found in Home Near Goleta

UPDATE: Nicolas Holzer Arrested for Fatally Stabbing Parents and Two Young Sons Updated Aug. 12, 9:00 p.m.

No Slack for David Lack

Jury Finds Former GOP Bigwig Guilty of FraudAug. 9, 10 a.m.

Spunky Lawyer Makes a Splash

Lawyer to the Oppressed Goes into Combat for Gang InjuncteesAug. 9, 12 a.m.

Collective Chill Pill at Cachuma

Temperatures Rise as Water Supplies Dwindle Aug. 8, 9 p.m.

Third Time the Charm for Miramar?

Developer Rick Caruso Presenting Smaller Plans for Rebuilt HotelAug. 7, 12 a.m.

Water Conservation Crawl

City Customers Cut Back by 18 PercentAug. 7, 12 a.m.

Attorney, Activists Defend Voting Rights Lawsuit

Say Not Premature to Legally Challenge City's Election SystemAug. 7, 12 a.m.

Direct Relief Seals Airport Deal

Nonprofit Buying 8 Acres of Public Land to Build New Facilities Updated Aug. 7, 10:00 a.m.

The State of Solar Energy

John Perlin Chats About Photovoltaics Past, Present, and FutureAug. 7, 12 a.m.

Ship Versus Whale in Santa Barbara Channel

Many Vessels Agree to Slow Down as Study Reveals Blue Whale Hub off San Miguel IslandAug. 5, 10 p.m.

UCSB Number 3

Party Title Slips in Princeton Review RankingsAug. 5, 1 p.m.

P-ing Up a Rope?

County Looks to Soften Legal Blow from Fracking BanJul. 31, 12 a.m.

Poisonous Bird Food?

Poison-laced feed used incorrectly at waterfront hotel to get rid of pigeons.

Loaded Gun Seized from Suicidal UCSB Student

Deputies responded to his Isla Vista apartment Wednesday afternoon.

Teen Killed on 101

San Marcos High School student driving south in the northbound lane collided ...

Crustacean Thief on the Hook for Jail Time

Stealing crabs from competitors' holding tanks and other offenses net John Anthony ...

Big Bucks for Bike Projects

The state awards Santa Barbara $8.6 million in grants.

Thirsty Montecitans Trucking in Water During Drought

Cutbacks surpass goal, but overconsumption penalties reach $1.9 million.

Jury Still Out on Jail Funding

Supes poke holes in report that questions funding scheme.

Venoco Selling Oxnard Oil Field for $200 Million

Venoco announced in a quarterly report that it plans to sell its ...

'No on P' Far Outraising Opponents

Californians for Energy Independence has raised more than $1.8 million in its ...

John Sperling Dies

John Sperling, the outspoken educator who made billions by starting the University ...

T-Ridge Drilling Bill Dies State Assembly

A bill to ban offshore drilling of Tranquillon Ridge from state waters ...

UCSB Ranked 15th in Nation

UCSB ranked 15th among national universities in an annual listing published 8/25 ...

Granny's Field Inches Closer to Development

Plans to convert a vacant lot into a senior living facility in ...

Kamala Harris Gets Married at County Courthouse

Attorney General's quiet nuptials come a day after she defends California's death ...

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