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McKinny Returns to Head IVFP

Residents of Isla Vista, tip your drinking caps because there is a new lieutenant in town and he's big, bad and ready to enforce local ordinances.
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County Votes to Deny Oil Drilling

A proposed oil-drilling project that would have been the first to allow drilling in state waters in over 30 years was left stagnant in the water on Tuesday, Sept.24 when the Santa Barbara County Board...
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Oil Company Seeks to Drill Off Lompoc

On Sept. 24, Santa Barbara County may approve millions of new barrels of oil being pumped through its borders while it continues to face a multimillion dollar lawsuit.
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IVFP Ready and Waiting

From now through Halloween, there will be an increase in officers patrolling I.V. and the zero tolerance policy will be in effect - thereby removing officer discretion in the writing of tickets.
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Housing Options Still Available in I.V.

For those procrastinators who still haven't found a place to live for the upcoming school year: No need to start decorating a cardboard box in the park; there is still housing available in Isla Vista.
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Judge Denies Motion in Attias Case

Santa Barbara Superior Court Judge Thomas Adams denied a motion by murder suspect David Attias' defense attorneys Wednesday to suppress evidence collected by the California Highway Patrol.
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Student Prepares Play Based on I.V. Tragedy

After a lethal car crash created a dark cloud over the Isla Vista community last year, a UCSB student is doing her part to try and shed some light.
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Police Arrest Carpinteria Man for Murdering Woman After Dispute

A 70-year-old male Carpinteria resident allegedly shot and killed a 37-year-old female after a domestic dispute Monday evening.
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SBCC Student Falls To Death From DP Home

Twenty-year-old Santa Barbara City College student Timothy Baptista was pronounced dead Sunday at 1 a.m. after falling off a 40-foot cliff onto the beach.
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Search Continues for Father of UCSB Student Lost Kayaking in Costa Rica

After five days of searching, the fate of a UCSB student's father, 55-year-old John Huber, is unknown after he was lost at sea last week in Central American waters.
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SBRCC Raises Flags for Awareness

On Tuesday, the Santa Barbara Rape Crisis Center lined State Street - from Victoria Street to Cabrillo Boulevard - with purple and black flags in celebration of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
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Activists Rally to Increase Wages for City Workers

Members of the Living Wage, a group dedicated to raising the minimum wage for Santa Barbara city employees, gathered in front of City Hall on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. while the city council weekly meeting...
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County Seeks State Funds to Provide Disaster Relief

Santa Barbara County Administrator Michael Brown proclaimed a local emergency in the County of Santa Barbara on March 14, due to an estimated $1.3 million in damages to county facilities caused by rec...
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Party-Goer Accidentally Falls to Death During Party at Del Playa Residence

An unidentified male was pronounced dead on the scene Sunday morning after falling from a Del Playa Road balcony.
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Community Grieves Together at Campus Memorial

Thursday was a day of remembrance for approximately 5,000 people who gathered to celebrate the lives of the four victims of Friday night's fatal incident.
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