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With all the hatred, killing, and suffering in the world today, why do the solutions being suggested by our world leaders advocate wiping out and destroying the bad people?

Girls Inc. Opens New Teen Center

Nonprofit now serves ninth grade girls.

District Attorney Named Attorney of the Year

Nonprofit organization Santa Barbara Women Lawyers will honor Joyce Dudley.

UCSB Scientists Help Upgrade Particle Collider

Project reaches milestone construction phase.

Can We Do More?

We may also want to ask if we can forgive ourselves for not doing enough to avert further climate change.

Goleta Chess Star Wins Bronze at World Championship

Agata Bykovtsev, 16, competed against 94 international female players.

The Holiday Season Has Arrived

State Street fir tree marks beginning of winter festivals.

UCSB Researchers Study Link Between Parasites and Fertility

Anthropologists investigate how intestinal worms affect female fertility in Bolivia.

Adoptable Pet of the Week

Adorable young bunnies need homes!

Millars History Mystery

Writers Kenneth Millar ("Ross Macdonald") and his wife, Margaret Millar, received major book awards and high praise prior to the 21st century.

City Lets It Rain Underground

Permeable paver project around parks and over parking lots aids water infiltration.

Court Approves Haggen Sales

Albertsons and Sprouts bids approved; Roxy’s Market awaits court decision on December 4.

Have a Safe Holiday Season

Driving drunk risks your life and others. If you do not harm anyone, a DUI costs thousands. Isn’t a taxi cheaper than that?

A Season of Kindness

A runaway dog brings out the best in Goleta.

Petros Santa Barbara

Petros Santa Barbara would like to clarify that we are still open for business.

Celebrate Free Redwood Parks Day

Enjoy waterfalls and forests for a Black Friday alternative.

Freedom Warming Center Doors Open

Severe overnight temps expected Thursday and Friday prompt shelter openings.

Firefighters Rouse Residents from Fiery Home

The Santa Barbara house did not have a working smoke alarm.

Snoop Dogg Demands Tic Tacs and Soft Toilet Paper

News commentary: UCSB paid $100,000 for his Halloween concert.

Holiday Shopping at The Yes Store

The seasonal artist-run co-op is open for two months each year.

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