Kaiden Vague was a sophomore at Dos Pueblos High School.
Sheriff’s Office and casino officials are providing scant details as investigation is ongoing.
Efstratios “Elias” Argyropoulos accused of operating two fraudulent investment schemes.
Hand crews continue digging out mud-flooded homes and trees in the Montecito disaster area.
County supervisors place a utility user tax on June ballot.
A new state law will distinguish registered sex offenders by crime severity.
High-altitude explorations are the subject of this cinematic lineup.
The areas under a voluntary evacuation warning were the hardest hit, as seen from above.
Funds go to undocumented immigrants affected by the Thomas Fire and mudslides.
Senator Jackson plays cap 'n' trade hardball with the governor and wins.
Our editors explain why we’ve decided to end reader comments via Independent.com.
The president, Secretary of the Interior, and Santa Barbara’s late, great oil spill of 1969.
They must be trained in racial bias to safeguard all students.
805Strong, King Shelter, and more shows rock February.
NASA commander Terry Virts goes crazy with a camera aboard the International Space Station.
It’s the final Gaucho home game on Saturday night for four seniors.
Sino West celebrates the Year of the Dog with dancing and storytelling.
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents Alan Ayckbourn’s ‘Communicating Doors’ March 2-17.