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Locals Utilize Flying Lessons

Ever since pioneer aviator Lincoln J. Beachey landed his plane in the Goleta Valley in 1914, the Santa Barbara Airport has served our oceanside community.
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Fall Vote Sparks Controversy

City officials have expressed concern over fair voting access in the upcoming election after receiving reports of missing ballots from apartment residents.
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Ganja Efforts Roll On

With the next statewide election a year away, efforts to get a measure legalizing marijuana on the ballot have already started.
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Clinics Offer Flu Shots

With flu season fast approaching, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Dept. is sponsoring seasonal flu clinics throughout the month of October.
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UPDATED: Fire Torches Houses, Forces Out Thousands

5/06/09 8:26 p.m. UPDATE: The Governor has declared a state of emergency in Santa Barbara.
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Santa Barbara Burns Again

Flames broke out in San Roque Canyon at 1:45 p.m. this afternoon and have since burned over 150 acres of the hills above Santa Barbara. The Santa Barbara County Director of Emergency has declared the ...
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Students Rally Against Use of Child Soldiers

At one o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday, hundreds of UCSB and SBCC students were "abducted."
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Officials To Remove Island Cats

The feral cat population on San Nicolas Island has been slated for extermination by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in an attempt to maintain an ecological balance on the island.
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Felines Threaten Island Wildlife

The feral cat population on San Nicolas Island has been slated for extermination by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in an attempt to maintain an ecological balance on the island.
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Candidates Test Waters for 35th Seat

Though still a year and half away, the race for the 35th District State Assembly seat is heating up as two former political allies prepare to square off.
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Officials Prepare for Future District Race

With November's election a few months past, some local politicians are already looking to 2010 and the next statewide election.
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After the Fire, Anger Lingers

In the months since authorities linked the Tea Fire to 10 young adults and their ill-advised late-night bonfire, the public response has been ferocious.
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Arsonist Torches I.V. Cars

Twenty-foot flames burst from the charred remains of two cars early Thursday morning after a Christmas tree lodged beneath one of the cars caught fire.
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Fire Fighters Establish Charred Cars as Arson

Two cars exploded outside a house on the 6700 block of Pasado Road early Thursday morning from a fire investigators have deemed an act of arson.
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Protesters Memorialize Soldiers

Three hundred and nine white tombstones lined West Beach last Friday, each symbolizing a teenaged U.S. serviceman who has died in Iraq or Afghanistan
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