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The Cost of Santa Barbara Superior Court's "Culture of Delay"

The supervisors are in the middle of complex budgetary talks. Read story.

Big Nature on the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve

The Nature Conservancy is three months into a comprehensive approach to managing the 24,000-acre property. Read story.

Thousands of Plaintiffs Added to Refugio Oil Spill Case

Litigation Follows Footsteps of 1969 Union Oil Spill AttorneysApr. 21, 7 a.m.

Push Comes to Shove Between Law Enforcement and Mental Health

County Supes Confront Too Many Needs with Not Enough MoneyApr. 20, 4 p.m.

Sheriff Brown Wins Endorsement from Governor, Feinstein

Incumbent Faces Challenges from Two Lieutenants Apr. 19, 12 a.m.

Big Nature on the Jack and Laura Dangermond Preserve

The Nature Conservancy Moves Forward with Management PlanApr. 19, 12 a.m.

The Cost of Santa Barbara Superior Court's "Culture of Delay"

Supervisors Taking Hard Look at the County Budget Apr. 19, 12 a.m.

Casmalia Superfund Site Draws Renewed EPA Focus

Toxic Waste Site Closed in 1989 Apr. 19, 12 a.m.

Awareness and Practice Can Help Overcome Hidden Biases

Westmont College Associate Professor Carmel Saad Lectures on the IssueApr. 17, 10 a.m.

Arts Festivals Still Reeling from Fire and Flood

PuppetPalooza Struggles to Pay Vendors and CreditorsApr. 12, 12 a.m.

Crime Rates Are Down, but Police Use of Force Is Up for Discussion

Apr. 12, 12 a.m.

Post-1/9 Debris Flow, Private Montecito Group Partners with County

They've Funded a New Position Within the County Executive OfficeApr. 12, 12 a.m.

Santa Barbara Commuter Train Back on Track

After Week of Delays, New Service Arrives on TimeApr. 12, 12 a.m.

Nearly Three Years After Refugio Oil Spill, Plains All American Trial Begins

Pipeline Company Faces 15 Criminal Counts from the 2015 SpillApr. 12, 12 a.m.

School Chief Plays Poker with Sacramento Over Armory

State, Santa Barbara Can't Agree on the Property's Price TagApr. 12, 12 a.m.

Commentary | Brugger Says Farewell

Heads for Nation's CapitalApr. 11, 1 p.m.

Talk Reveals Lone Woman of San Nicolas May Not Have Been Alone

Research Locates Records of Contemporaneous Visits to the Island Updated Apr. 17, 1:06 p.m.

Chill Deltopia in Warm Temperatures

Citations, Arrests Drop in Comparison to Past YearsApr. 9, 3 p.m.

Mudslides Force Casa de Maria’s Sister Pauline to Leave Santa Barbara

After 48 Years of Service, Devoted 88-Year-Old Nun Retires to Los AngelesApr. 9, 2 p.m.

Invasion of Privacy Lawsuit Against Sheriff's Deputy Moves Forward

Judge Rules For Access to Deputy's Personnel Records Apr. 5, 12 a.m.

The Green Rush Comes to Lompoc

Growers Grabbing Up Warehouse SpaceApr. 5, 12 a.m.

An Art Revival on State Street

Artists Provide Installations Along Downtown Corridor Apr. 5, 12 a.m.

Funding Sought for Expanded Mental Health Training

Advocates Seek Full-Time Position and "Co-Response" Team Apr. 5, 12 a.m.

Thousands of Plaintiffs Added to Refugio Oil Spill Case

Litigation follows footsteps of 1969 Union Oil spill attorneys. Read story.

Push Comes to Shove Between Law Enforcement and Mental Health

County supervisors confront too many needs with not enough money. Read story.

Sheriff Brown Wins Endorsement from Governor, Feinstein

The incumbent is facing challenges from two of his lieutenants. Read story.

Casmalia Superfund Site Draws Renewed EPA Focus

The toxic waste site was closed in 1989. Read story.

Awareness and Practice Can Help Overcome Hidden Biases

Westmont College associate professor Carmel Saad lectures on the issue. Read story.

Arts Festivals Still Reeling from Fire and Flood

PuppetPalooza is struggling to pay its vendors and creditors. Read story.

Crime Rates Are Down, but Police Use of Force Is Up for Discussion

Chief Luhnow Takes Tough Questions from the Council Read story.

Key Questions Shaping CA’s Primary Election

Can Democrats snatch early defeat from the jaws of victory? Read story.

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