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If the FEMA map was created or based on January 9, 2018, then why do all the mountains still have chaparral plant growth on them?
Santa Barbara can at times feel like an island: isolated, non-urban, at a remove from events of the "outside world."
It’s been rough going lately for working people in the Santa Maria area.
The industrialized world's entire immigration system, with the exception of some countries, is a disaster.
Another demonstration is planned for June 30 in De La Guerra Plaza.
Trump's 'babies crying is not a good look' comes simply too late for more than 2,300 children.
Voters asked to consider higher salaries to bring greater diversity to city government.
Reason in Government is seeking to create an independent committee.
Robert Lewis Jr. was deemed too intellectually disabled.
Get your North County food fix at the museum fundraiser; plus, tastings to do.
This impressive first feature film drops us into the murky world of Nancy, who may or may not be a woman kidnapped as a young girl.
Donors and sponsors hear about upcoming season.
This administration targets the most vulnerable, from children who will not be immediately reunited with their parents, to survivors of sexual assault and violence.
Anthro prof attacks changes to SBCC coursework; department head counters that UCLA now accepts the class.
In a world of consumerism, I did not consume.
The California Coastal Conservancy received over 600 angry letters.
Tests indicate the remains are between 9,700 and 10,200 years old
UCSB premed student steps up to fight childhood obesity.
She denied Holzer showed any signs of mental illness during their six-year marriage.
It’s not perfect, they say, but it will help people rebuild more safely.
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