WEATHER »

Most Recent Stories

Fareed Files Papers to Run for Congress

The two-time congressional candidate has $54,000 left over from his last race.

Profant Foundation Dazzles All at Fiesta Finale

Event raises scholarship funds for musicians, dancers, actors, artists, and writers.

No Debate

Santa Barbara's City Council has met to consider whether we need new ordinances for just-cause evictions, mandatory leases, mandatory inspections, and enhanced mediation.

Overtime Case Settles for $6 Million

Guadalupe packing company ends class-action lawsuit.

Council Caps High-Density Housing

Votes to put brakes on successful and controversial city program.

Beware of Eclipse Eye Protection

Only certain equipment will protect you from the sun.

Hollister Ranch Public Access Case Ongoing

Talks continue, but the issue may soon head to trial.

Circle V Ranch Camp Rebuild Underway

The Whittier Fire destroyed two lodges and a water facility.

S.B. Getting First Protected Bike Lane

The route will connect the Eastside to downtown.

Special Ed Head Reassigned

Helen Rodriguez now focusing on English-learned students.

Vitamin Angels Bring New Hope to Forgotten People

How distributing Vitamin A to small Mexican villages changed lives.

Santa Barbara's Cost of Housing Is Five Times Greater

When compared to similar cities, the real issue is home costs.

Tracy Macuga Leads Public Defender's Office in New Directions

She inherited a department with morale and turnover issues.

UCSB to Host International Soccer Match

The Gauchos will play Mexico’s Club América Under-20 Team.

Get in Line and Wait

I wasn't the least bit surprised when the president enacted "government work force training

Plains Proposes to Replace Pipeline

Massive oil-transport company decides not to repair broken pipe that caused Refugio Oil Spill.

Trial by Fire

A to Zines, Athena Tan hits the ground running as Indy's new copy editor.

Bill Coleman: 1941-2016

Known for a personality that could engage nearly anyone, Bill Coleman was a farmer and an important part of the original organic food movement and the development of the current farm-to-table and slow-food trends.

Goleta Public Library Happily Shouts Mutiny

Library to leave Santa Barbara system.

8/19: College Men’s Soccer: Westmont at UCSB

Both teams come off winning seasons.

Story Archive

Click the dates below to read all available stories...

event calendar sponsored by: