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This modest adobe, sheathed in clapboard of pinkish hue and located at 820 Santa Barbara Street, is among the oldest in the city.
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A Santa Barbara judge has accused attorney Darryl Genis of contempt of court, alleging that Genis "fiddled" with a prosecutor's notes and took pictures of documents during a recess in court last month.
A solar farm proposed for the Cuyama Valley received the nod of approval from the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission on Tuesday after multiple speakers praised the project's promises of jobs and clean renewable energy.
The Santa Barbara bicycling community suffered a devastating loss on Friday, July 18 with the sudden passing of Ralph Fertig, an exemplary leader in sustainable transportation.
A man was seriously burned Monday night after some kind of explosion and flash fire in a Goleta apartment, according to Santa Barbara County Fire .
The unemployment rate in Santa Barbara County was 5.4 percent in June, up from a revised 5 percent in May and below the year-ago estimate of 6.8 percent.
A body was found Monday afternoon in Lake Cachuma, 10 days after a 22-year-old boater went missing in the area, according to the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department .
A solar farm proposed for the Cuyama Valley to generate enough electricity for up to 15,600 homes is scheduled to go before the Santa Barbara County Planning Commission on Tuesday.
The California Highway Patrol received a call of a vehicle on its roof in the roadway at 11:26 a.m. and responded to the scene along with Santa Barbara County Fire .
Taken on Sept. 26, 2013, Lake Waiau is barely visible as the water levels hover at 15 meters wide.
Measure P bans specific, risky oil extraction techniques - fracking, acidizing, and steam injection - in Santa Barbara County used in new projects.
The cloudy skies over Santa Barbara County may make it look like rain is on the way, but only a chance of sprinkles is expected on the South Coast on Saturday.
A judge in a Santa Maria gang-related torture and slaying case with seven defendants re-emphasized on Friday his intention for the trial to start in mid-November.
"We're beyond cutting to the bone; we're amputating limbs," said Darrel Parker, executive officer for the Santa Barbara County Superior Court.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 05:42 am
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