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Pappas Subpoenas University

Steve Pappas has subpoenaed the University for any and all information regarding the voter registration drives held on campus last fall.
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Democrats Dominate

Come January, Barack Obama will be president of the United States. Riding on the coattails of Obama's victory, Democrats swept the local elections. Doreen Farr eked out a win in the 3rd District su...
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Chancellor Yang Walks Down DP, Visits Parties

"Oh my god. Four years I've waited for this. Four years."
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State Finances Bring Broad Cuts to UCSB

UCSB is facing one of the worst financial crunches the campus has seen in years, administrators say.
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UC Regents Meeting Concludes

With zero arrests and no real disruptions, this week's University of California Board of Regents meeting at UCSB went smoothly.
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UCSB Hosts Regents, UC President

Amid scores of protesters and loads of extra security, the University of California Board of Regents is meeting on campus this week.
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UC Workers Protest Low Wages

As the campus prepares to play host to the UC Board of Regents this week, almost 90 union service workers walked out on the job Monday to protest low wages.
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Flames Continue to Burn in Goleta

Officials were cautiously optimistic at today's Gap Fire briefing, noting that while the fire had been halted on some fronts, the blaze was still far from under control.
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Judge Joseph Lodge — 1932-2008

In his almost 50 years on the bench in Santa Barbara County, Judge Joseph Lodge had a reputation that preceded him. Seasoned trial lawyers and fresh faces out of law school knew that with a gavel in h...
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SB DA’s Office To Soften Drunk in Public Sentences

After nearly a year of experimenting with a harsher policy for underage public intoxication violators, the Santa Barbara County District Attorney's office is taking a step back and easing up on the co...
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Five Years… and Counting

For Maj. Mike Salvo, a UCSB associate professor of military science, Americans seem to have simply forgotten the pain of September 11 and the threat Islamofacism represents.
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News-Press Files New Charges

A day after union officials filed another unfair labor charge against the Santa Barbara News-Press, newspaper lawyers fired back yesterday with three new charges, including harassment.
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Union Files Suit Against SB Paper Over Wage Policy

The union representing the newsroom employees of the Santa Barbara News-Press filed yet another unfair labor charge against the paper yesterday, protesting the company's decision not to offer staffers...
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Reno Police Find Body of Brianna Denison in Field

Nearly a month after she was first reported missing, police officers found the body of Santa Barbara City College student Brianna Denison on Friday almost eight miles away from where she was first abd...
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Greka Oil May Sue SB Fire Dept. Over Order

Greka Energy Corporation has threatened the Santa Barbara County Fire Dept. with legal action in response to what the energy corporation calls the department's "arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable"...
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