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Two Additional Suspects Arrested For Nov. Isla Vista Armed Robbery

SBSO, with the assistance of the San Francisco Police Department, served three search warrants in San Francisco on Friday at the each of the suspects’ homes.
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Police Issue Debris Flow Evacuation Warnings for Areas of SB City, Goleta

During the storm, individuals should avoid going out and stay off the roads. 
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Cave Fire Grows to 4,100 Acres, UCSB Emphasizes No Threat To Campus

Classes for the remainder of the week were cancelled at 10:44 a.m. on Tuesday in an email sent by Chancellor Yang, but the fire “poses no threat to our campus,” with no evacuations planned.
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Painted Cave Fire Poses “No Immediate Threat” to Campus, Officials Say

Campus officials are “closely monitoring the situation” and are in touch with local safety officials, according to the email. 
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Police Arrest Two Suspects in I.V. in Connection With Armed Robbery

Initial reports came in around 10:23 a.m. on Monday that three individuals had fled a house on the 6500 block of Sabado Tarde Road in Isla Vista after reportedly robbing two victims at gunpoint. 
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University Takes Second Attempt at Controversial Faculty Housing Project

The proposal would demolish Ocean Road and cover the 16.7 acres of land up and down the street with up to 540 housing units.
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Police Searching for 3 Suspects in Armed Isla Vista Home Invasion Robbery 

Students are advised to lock their doors and stay away from windows.
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RCSGD Kicks Off 20th Anniversary Celebration

The center kicked off its 20th anniversary celebrations with an event on Tuesday evening, with Craig Leets, RCSGD director, giving attendees a small history of the RCSGD.
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37 Days Later, Stranded Boat Removed from Coal Oil Point

The boat, owned by a 27-year-old Northern California resident, ran aground on Oct. 5.
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A.S. President’s Campaign Promise of a Student App Moves Forward

The app was introduced to the A.S. Senate through a resolution authored by Letters and Science Senator Olivia Campos and Off-Campus Senator Tianna White.
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Halloween Weekend Crowd “Very Small,” SBSO Says

Halloween weekend saw “relatively slow [activity] compared to a typical weekend.” 
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Over 40 Former Tenants Sued Isla Vista Luxury Living Over Security Deposit Disputes — and Won

The plaintiffs received $13,785 back in money initially put into security deposits and $1,200 in “bad faith” charges.
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Pre-Halloween Weekend Shows “Relatively Slow” Activity

This past weekend saw 19 citations and four arrests on Friday, and eight citations and one arrest on Saturday.
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Rape Reported at Sigma Pi House, Third Sexual Assault Allegation in Past Month

This is the third sexual assault allegation naming Sigma Pi in the past month.
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UCPD Plaintiffs Unable To Come to “Meaningful Settlement” Following First Internal Mediation

The plaintiffs plan to have a second mediation session in December.
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