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Event offers donors a rare behind-the-scenes experience.
The 1/9 Debris Flow impact on school funding could mean teacher layoffs.
An approved tax would raise funding for parking, public safety, and tenant mediation services.
Unconvicted detainees languish behind bars, unable to pay bail.
The number of prospective students is up 12 percent over last year.
Receiving agencies have helped more than 19,000 impacted by fire and flood.
Engineered laminated wood panels are transforming high-rise construction while benefiting the planet.
Santa Barbara County’s new probation chief arrives with decades of experience in juvenile justice.
Bizarre 1933 film offers up a ‘benevolent fascist’ fantasy.
The Pulitzer Prize–winning author of ‘Evicted’ is speaking at Campbell Hall on February 22.
The scare factor underlying this series on Trump follies is its proximity to the chilling non-cartoon world over which the Trumpster has dominion.
Santa Barbara–raised professor comes home to discuss entheogens and healing on March 3.
Montecito Fire Division Chief Kevin Taylor explains how a small department pulled a big rescue.
With Santa Barbara in severe drought, the city is giving out free efficient sprinkler nozzles.
George McClintock’s jazz club, the Spigot, brought world-famous jazz musicians to Santa Barbara in the 1950s and 1960s.
Sheriff’s Lieutenant Eddie Hsueh brings safer ways for law enforcement to work with people with mental illness.
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Years of struggle, votes, and meetings culminate on April 2.
A third of the money raised will benefit victims of fire and flood.
Mayor Cathy Murillo and Councilmember Jason Dominguez duke it out over SBCAG
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