New Libertarian Group Seeks Major Redistricting Shakeup

Reason in Government is seeking to create an independent committee.

S.B. Attorney Gets Convicted Killer Off Death Row

Robert Lewis Jr. was deemed too intellectually disabled.

Wife Recalls Husband’s Arrest By ICE Agents in Goleta

She said Jorge was convicted of a DUI 15 years ago but has stayed out of trouble ...

Supervisors Adopt New FEMA Flood Map for Montecito and Carpinteria

It’s not perfect, they say, but it will help people rebuild more safely.

Celebrating Summer Solstice

The longest day of the year gets a hero’s welcome with parades, food, and fun.

Animal-Free Circus Vargas in Town

Dreaming of Pirates! is this year's theme.

Crying Children Audibly Illustrate Border Crisis

[Update] AP reporters learn infants are among the incarcerated. Inhumane separation of families protested by everyone from Melania Trump to Xavier Becerra.

Foresters Fire Up the Summer Ball

Santa Barbara semi-pro team starts undefeated; plus, Mexico’s big World Cup win.

Los Lobos to Play Ojai’s Libbey Bowl

Keyboardist/saxophonist Steve Berlin talks band’s hits and coming up in the early 1980s L.A. music scene.

Immigration Raids Chill Santa Barbara County Community

A quiet has settled over Old Town Goleta after at least five people were grabbed by ICE and vanished without warning.

PCPA Presents ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’

Victor Hugo’s beloved tale comes to the Solvang stage.

Santa Barbara Drone Club Now Meeting

The new group is all about education and connecting pilots.

‘Anthony Bourdain’s Les Halles Cookbook’: Classic Bistro Cooking

2004 book expresses the celebrity chef’s personality and ethos

Game of the Week: U.S. Polo Association Intra-Circuit

S.B. Polo Club hosts final tournament of 12-goal season.

Watch This Live Stream of Some Condor Chicks

Live video of the baby condors is streaming from Hopper Mountain in ...

Napa Valley BottleRock Music Festival 2018

Each May, Napa is transformed into a music mecca, as artists and fans from across the globe descend on the bucolic wine town.

Attorney General Becerra to Co-Lead Multistate Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration Over Family Separation Policy
County Undersheriff Named as Assistant County Executive Officer Over Public Safety
CDFW Accepting Proposals for Restoration Projects that Provide Greenhouse Gas Benefits
EPA Backs Down, Will Implement Critical Safeguards for Agricultural Workers after Lawsuit by New York, California and Maryland
Family Service Agency Partners with the Legal Aid Foundation to Improve Holistic Legal Services for Senior Crime Victims
Local Students Tune in to Summer Music Camps
Thursday: Youth Bands Bring Music & Fun to Free Summer Meal Programs
U.S. Senate Committee Unanimously Sends Santa Ynez Chumash Bill H.R. 1491 to the Floor
Black Lives Matter and El Centro Invite the Community to First Annual Juneteenth Event, Celebrating the Anniversary of the End of Slavery
East Side Diabetes Initiative receives funding from The Fund for Santa Barbara
Girls Inc. Carpinteria’s Eureka! Program Graduates Second Cohort of College-Bound Girls
Lompoc Names Jim Throop as City Manager
Tribes, Landowners, and Climate Groups Expand Campaign to Build Solar Inside Keystone XL Pipeline Route
Implicit Bias Workshop For Local Parents Kicks Off Series
Sheriff’s Lieutenant and Local Special Olympics Athlete Carry Torch into Opening Ceremony of 2018 Southern California Special Olympics Summer Games
SoCalGas Awards Scholarships to Four Students from the Central Coast
Our County. Our Kids. Seeks Local Businesses to Support Youth in Foster Care and Resource Families Through Massive Community Outreach Event
Attorney General Becerra Issues Cease and Desist Letters and Files Suit Over Dangerous Levels of Lead in Toddler Formula
Cannabis Amendments to County Ordinance Now in Effect
Santa Barbara Unified School District Statement Regarding the Sudden Passing of Jo Ann Caines, Principal of La Cumbre Junior High School
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