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School District Tackles $2.5 Million Problem

Teaching positions and operating budgets are getting chopped.

ACLU Mounts a Comeback

Santa Barbara is resurrecting its chapter.

Transgender Community Space Opens

Lisa's Place is one of kind.

Land Trust Moves Closer to Paying Off Carp Bluffs

Recent $450,000 payment meant to offset impacts of nearby 101 widening.

Lawn Watering Ban Lifted

But officials caution the drought is far from over.

Landlords Resist Tenant Protections

With greater urgency, renters are mobilizing against the housing crisis.

Lawn Watering Ban Lifted

But officials caution the drought is far from over.

Chumash Chair Reelected

It's been a busy year for Kenny Kahn and his tribe.

ACLU Mounts a Comeback

Santa Barbara is resurrecting its chapter.

Gauchos Baseball Spruces Up for Big West

Coach Andrew Checketts tightens the reins after an uneasy season start.

Transgender Community Space Opens

Lisa's Place is one of kind.

White Mallow Makes Miraculous Return

Flowering plant hadn't been seen on Channel Islands in more than a century.

Second Annual Santa Barbara Jewish Film Festival

This year’s roster features 13 films about Jewish culture from around the ...

Spring Happenings 2017

Swing into spring with these upcoming events and activities in and around ...

Chef’s Corner: Jen Jasinski

The James Beard Award–winning SBCC grad returns to S.B. for Cooking Up ...

Gauchos Baseball Spruces Up for Big West

Coach Andrew Checketts tightens the reins after an uneasy season start.

Beefhearts Pop-Up’s Popping Off

Chefs Nick Bodden and Ronald Allen crank out creative takes on comfort ...

City Council Discusses Tenants' Rights

Santa Barbara City Council discusses potential residential tenant protection measures including enhanced mediation, mandatory leases, multiple-family rental unit safety inspections, just cause eviction, and rent control.

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