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Homeless Houston Animals Arrive in Santa Barbara

The cats and dogs were scheduled for euthanasia before they were offered space at the Humane Society ...

Two Injured in Helicopter Crash at Santa Barbara Airport

The chopper went down Sunday morning.

Study Finds Two-Thirds of Local Beaches Will be Lost to Sea Level Rise by 2100

The recent study looks at how coastal wetlands, beaches, a shore species will be affected.

County Employee Charged with Taking $1.7 Million

Public Works accountant and eight others accused of misappropriation of public funds.

Families of I.V. Shooting Victims Reportedly Receive $20 Million Settlement

They alleged Capri Apartments management ignored warnings about Elliot Rodger.

Carrizo Plain Safe from Interior Secretary Zinke?

A leaked memo suggests the national monument is off his list of targets.

In First Forum, Candidates Tackle Housing

The discussion centered on density, downtown, and millennials.

Lila Downs Opens Arts & Lectures Season

Grammy winner Downs brings music new and old to the Granada.

Study Finds Two-Thirds of Local Beaches Will be Lost to Sea Level Rise by 2100

The recent study looks at how coastal wetlands, beaches, a shore species will be affected.

Judge’s Ruling a Major Setback for Pini

The city's lawsuit against the notorious landlord continues.

Doctors Without Walls Holds Spectacular Balloon Glow Event

Fundraiser supports health care for the homeless.

The S.B. Questionnaire: Ivy Vahanian

Talking theater, hubris, and tenacity with cofounder of The Producing Unit

‘Dolores’

The film gives valuable, equal time to Dolores Huerta, an undeservedly lesser-known ...

Striped Bass in Southern California

The fish was spotted in the shallows chasing a one-ounce lure.

Wandering Dog Enters Craft Vinegar Game

The seminal Solvang wine bar finds a home for Broken Clock Vinegar ...

Fall Football: Braves v. Dons

Lompoc High running back Toa Taua whooshed downfield, leaving S.B. High defenders ...

Homeless Houston Animals Arrive in Santa Barbara

The cats and dogs were scheduled for euthanasia before they were offered ...

Santa Barbara Soaks Up the Great American Eclipse

From the mountains to the coast, Santa Barbarans kept their eyes on the sky during this morning's partial ecplise, using everything from eclipse glasses to cardboard cutouts, and even the morning marine layer to safely view the moon's transit in front of the sun.

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