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Two congregations and police officers gather for a meeting of the minds.
Hospital makes emergency-room policy 'idiot-proof,' says plaintiffs' guardian.
MJIC produced a stimulating trade show in San Diego in March.
I have good news for cat and dog owners.
I wonder if, just maybe, there's a world where the headlines might read, "Landlords Conspire on Eve of Tenant's Rights Meeting."
Carbajal celebrates Republican retreat on health-care bill.
Most presidents utter these words: "I want to bring our nation together.”
University taking too long to investigate case in which complainant dropped charges.
Gives city until after 2020 Census to draw boundaries and hold a vote.
Professor Garrett Hardin (b. 1915), pioneer in the life sciences later consolidated as ecology, taught biology at UCSB.
In the year 1961, my grandma, Irene Valencia Cordero, was taken from the reservation after remarrying to a Caucasian.
The singing duo commanded the Arlington Theatre by way of New Orleans on March 17.
Santa Barbara Zoo CEO Rich Block is speaker.
Lisa's Place is one of a kind.
Recent $450,000 payment meant to offset impacts of nearby 101 widening.
Santa Barbara is resurrecting its chapter.
Teaching positions and operating budgets are getting chopped.
Republican’s repeal-and-replace health-care bill benefits the young, healthy, and rich.
510 Casitas Road is a sweet slice of Santa Barbara history.
A large-animal doctor, Bob Saunders treated cattle, ostriches, llamas, and alpacas during his time, but his business was horses.
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