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SB News-Press Saga Continues, Charges Paterno With Libel

While students went home to relax for the break, the Santa Barbara News-Press pushed through the holiday season with more claims against others, less claims against themselves and the same claim surro...
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Parlor Provides Piercings, Parcels, Personal Ink

Isla Vista residents interested in piercings, henna, body jewelry, ink-inspired paraphernalia, or perhaps just some stamps and mailing packages will jump for joy over the opening of Energy Tattoo at 9...
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IVFP, CHP Inquire Into Crimes Over Holiday Weekend

Three separate calls for service kept local law enforcement busy the day after Thanksgiving, as officers arrested one man for attempted burglary in Isla Vista and responded to two separate vehicle inc...
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News-Press Files New Suit After Union Protest

The Santa Barbara News-Press filed another unfair labor practice charge against the Teamsters Union on Wednesday for having its members protest during the newspaper's 18th annual banquet last weekend.
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News-Press Advocates Protest Reporter Firing

Over 50 Santa Barbara News-Press staff members and supporters continued their fight with upper management.
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Repavement Causes Closures, Towing

Despite the abundance of "no parking" signs disbursed throughout local streets, about 44 cars were towed from Isla Vista on Wednesday, as the Santa Barbara County Public Works Dept. began a nine-day p...
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SB Board of Supervisors Elects Warfield to IVRPD

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted against the Isla Vista Recreation and Parks District's wishes yesterday, appointing Ken Warfield to fill IVRPD's vacant seat.
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Service To Celebrate Life of Student

The friends of UCSB student Alisa Naret - who died in a car accident last week - will hold a memorial service to honor her life this Saturday in the Humanities and Social Sciences Building.
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Cedarwood’s Tenants Settle With Conquest

The eviction cases between Conquest Student Housing and the Cedarwood Apartments tenants concluded yesterday with all defendants accepting a settlement agreement to move out by Dec. 1. The individual ...
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Truck Mishap Leads to Car Crash; Claims Life of UCSB Student

UCSB suffered the loss of student Alisa Naret this past week; the fourth-year biopsychology major was killed in a car accident early Thursday morning in La Conchita. Naret was driving southbound on U....
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UCSB Students Feel Effects of Bacterial Bout

A hangover is not the only thing making UCSB students sick in Isla Vista, as a recent outbreak of salmonella infections has students running for the toilet. Michele Mickiewicz, deputy director of the ...
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News-Press Files Case Against SB Independent

The Santa Barbara News-Press continued spiraling into its seemingly endless cycle of legal and journalistic disputes this week, as it dropped charges against former Business Editor Michael Todd but br...
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Workers File Suit Against News-Press

Santa Barbara News-Press upper management received two blows in the past two weeks, one from a class action lawsuit and the other from a recent decision by the Los Angeles branch of the National Labor...
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IVRPD To Send Power Underground

The lofty poles and power lines on El Colegio Road and Camino Corto will soon be another relic in Isla Vista's history, now that the Isla Vista Recreation and Park District has unanimously approved a ...
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Convicted SB Woman To Serve Time for Homicide

Malinda Jones was sentenced to life in prison without parole yesterday for the murder of UCSB graduate student Jarrod Davidson.
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