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The ruptured Plains All American pipeline responsible for the Refugio oil leak has been ordered shut down immediately.
Santa Barbara’s VitaTravel introduces the carbon-offset tool VitaExplorer for eco-conscious travelers.
Home of Santa Barbara expats grows itself a lively Americana weekend.
Somali-born scholar, activist, and politician speaks at Granada Theatre on May 23.
Website connects dog owners with dog sitters.
Area issues get buried during national races, and money is wasted.
I am appalled by the scant response to the oil spill 18 miles north of Santa Barbara.
How did 2,500 barrels of crude oil escape without Plains All American Pipeline noticing.
In a split vote, county supervisors support Das Williams’s AB 3.
City of Goleta braces for expected beach contamination.
A claimed tax is "to go toward projects improving sidewalks, community buildings and fire and police stations," with no legal mandates.
Why was this rogue company from the insane clown posse state of Texas allowed to operate?
What is happening to many young people in foster care is not something that can be left unattended.
How can the oil industry be managed when its regulator is tied to the growth of that very industry?
Cleanup efforts along the beach and at sea have been ongoing since May 19 contamination.
Benches and plantings in People's Park designed in memory of victims.
City council votes to table the proposals until a later date.
Two friends out for a short backpacking trip encounter unexpected conditions, leading to a tragic death.
Blue LEDs memorialize May 23 killings.
Plains All American Pipeline pump shutdowns linked to 105,000-gallon leak.
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