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Two Suspected Gang Members Arrested In I.V. Following Police Chase

Three males and a female fled on foot after stopping and exiting the vehicle on Fortuna Road.
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Community Takes Small Steps Toward Electric Scooter Regulation

December saw a decrease in electric scooter related crashes, fewer impounds and lower numbers of citations.
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Five Water Rescues Launched in I.V. Early Wednesday Morning

Zamboni said the surf is “extremely high” in SB county today, particularly in the I.V. area.
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CCS Burglarized Over Winter Break, $10,000 Worth Stolen

Clark clarified that there was no breach of personal information for students, alumni, faculty or staff.
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Senate Votes To Hold EVPSA Winter Quarter Special Election

The vote, conducted over email, passed with 9 yeses, 3 nos and 1 abstention.
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I.V. Resident Arrested For Reportedly Brandishing Gun, Threatening To Shoot at Dublin’s

Rios was booked on a $50,000 bail.
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UCSB Alumnus Dies in Redwood City Following Police Confrontation

Hart was transported to a local hospital for treatment. He was pronounced dead at 9:30 a.m.
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Munger Donates 1800-Acre Property to UCSB, College Will Maintain as Working Ranch

The property also includes seven homes and a man-made lake.
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GSA Votes To Boycott Title IX Student Advisory Board

GSA President Cierra Sorin said GSA voted to boycott the board due to changes in the Title IX selection process among other reasons.
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Former SBCC Student Dies Outside College in Motorcycle Accident

Young was not an SBCC student at the time but had previously taken classes in 2017.
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Vacant Judicial Council Seats Filled Nine Weeks After Quarter Begins

Nine weeks later, UC Santa Barbara’s Associated Students has a full Judicial Council.
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Do Not Consume Romaine Lettuce Harvested Within the County, SB Health Department Says

This includes all kinds of romaine lettuce, such as romaine hearts, heads, boxes of pre-cut lettuce and salad mixes.
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S.N.A.P. Benefits Extended to Hot Foods in 14 Fire-Affected Counties

This hot foods exception applies to 14 California counties, including Santa Barbara.
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On-Campus Senator Yasamin Salari Admits to Living Off Campus, In Violation of Legal Code

Salari, a second-year pre-political science major, spoke Wednesday night regarding rumors about her living situation.
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UCSA Releases Demands to UC Regarding UCPath Implementation

UC Santa Barbara began transitioning to UCPath at the beginning of this quarter, hoping to create a more streamlined approach to paying its workers, according to the UCPath website.
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