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Jackson Confirms CA Senate Candidacy

Former state assemblywoman and KCSB 91.9 FM commentator Hannah-Beth Jackson announced her decision to run in the California State Senate race for the 19th District yesterday afternoon.
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Local Workers Hold Rally for Higher Pay

Rallying in support of better wages, dozens of Santa Barbara public employees marched during their lunch hour yesterday demanding their pay match the cost of living for the area.
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Walk Makes Strides for HIV/AIDS Care

Droves of Santa Barbara residents and local activists "stepped up" Saturday morning to raise money for HIV/AIDS prevention and support programs.
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SB Locals To Take Part in AIDS 10k Annual Walk, Run

Hundreds of Santa Barbara County citizens will take to the streets this Saturday in effort to raise funds for various HIV/AIDS programs and services.
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USDA Shoots Down Gun Club Permit

The U.S. Dept. of Agriculture recently revoked a local gun club's 20-year special use permit, citing the group's proximity to a sacred Chumash Indian site as grounds for dismissal.
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Police Jail, Seize Property of Alleged Drug Dealer

As part of an investigation that may strip a suspect of his home and car, local detectives are currently compiling the final pieces of their case against alleged cocaine dealer Robert Carlton Lavilett...
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Public Defender To Set Up Shop in I.V.

As UCSB students prepare their return to school, William C. Makler, the self-proclaimed "Isla Vista Lawyer," is readying himself for a busy Fall Quarter.
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Burning Banks, Albino Raccoons, Tipi Villages Color I.V. History

Just as you wouldn't dream of approaching your hallmates without doing a little preliminary Facebook research - fear not, it only becomes stalking when you start collecting hair samples - freshmen new...
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County Official Faces Charges of Misconduct

Former Santa Barbara County Public Defender James Egar recently filed a lawsuit with the Santa Barbara Superior Court against County Administrator Michael Brown, alleging that he suffered discriminati...
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Gas Station Proposal Ignites Criticism

Plans to build a Costco gas station in the Camino Real Marketplace have fueled a storm of controversy among residents recently, after business owners and community advisers vocalized concerns regardin...
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Idea To Limit Underage Drinking

Isla Vista parties may come under closer scrutiny if a proposed county ordinance passes.
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Scientists Look Into Seashore Strandings

A recent influx of stranded, dead dolphins and whales along Central and Southern California beaches has prompted the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration to officially declare an "Unusual Mor...
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Capps Proposes Law Authorizing Animal Hunting

Last week marked a new chapter in the long battle over the future of Santa Rosa Island, as Congresswoman Lois Capps introduced a bill that would once again put the island's non-native elk and deer pop...
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Dance Clubs To Lose Footing

The allure of Santa Barbara's entertainment district is not hard to identify. With plenty of clubs and an ample supply of booze, it's a prime location for some innocent chatting as well as some hardco...
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Local Community Aids Annual Record-A-Thon

Community members are making learning a little easier for visually impaired UCSB students and Santa Barbarans this week, as yesterday marked the first day of the Recording For the Blind & Dyslexic's 1...
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