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Lois Capps takes issue with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Is the proposed $1-per-barrel fee headed for the June ballot?
The Goleta City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to move forward with pedestrian safety improvements for the intersection of Cathedral Oaks Road at Santa Marguerita Drive, where a driver hit and killed a woman pushing a baby across the street on 11/11.
Islamic Society celebrates the long-awaited community center.
The Arts Fund continues to showcase important Santa Barbara artists in inventive settings.
Prepare to get your holiday party on this Saturday, December 21.
Santa Barbara Revels is part of a national organization dedicated to building community through music, dance, drama, and ritual.
Santa Barbara's resident rock legend talks about his latest holiday project.
The StoryCorps mobile recording trailer will be parked on Library Plaza through December 20.
Pet-friendly travel? Head up to Cambria for a weekend getaway that’s gone to the dogs.
S.Y. Kitchen offers northern Italian cuisine and cocktails
Ethan Stewart’s Year of Living Dangerously
Poodle barks of big goofs at Cottage, one a mistake, the other on purpose.
Wherever she lived K.G.'s generous spirit spurred her to volunteer to help troubled youth, animal shelters, a Hawaiian-culture group in Kona.
The city council allocates cash for tenant protection.
The new cab service launches amid curiosity and criticism.
The Santa Barbara-based nonprofit is now attacking malnutrition in The Philippines.
Last July, unbeknownst to me, I was bleeding internally at a rather rapid rate thanks to a baseball-sized cancerous tumor growing deep in my gut.
Wounded Warrior Battalion volunteer finds immense caring for wounded Marines at Pendleton.
As a junior at UCSB, Ginny Chung was looking for something different when she applied to intern in The Santa Barbara Independent’s calendar department.
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