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Poll Booth Stations Give Voters Options

Students can cast their votes for the upcoming mid-term elections at one of the many on and off-campus polling stations tomorrow.
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Bicyclist Sustains Injuries

A female biker was rushed to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital yesterday after colliding with a skateboarder on the corner of Pardall Road and Embarcadero del Mar.
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol arrested 17 people, issued over 30 citations and responded to cases of sexual battery, physical assault and theft this weekend.
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Props Seek To Redraw City Bounds

Voters will determine the future of state redistricting this November by voting on two contradictory California ballot propositions: Props 20 and 27.
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Fair To Promote Mental Wellness

The Mental Health Association of Santa Barbara will host the 17th annual Mental Health Arts Festival this weekend to encourage discourse about mental illness in the community.
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City Taxes Tourists to Fund Ads

The Santa Barbara City Council completed the final procedures to initiate the Tourism Business Improvement District plan yesterday.
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Liquor Store Upsets Peace

Despite controversy within the community about its establishment, BevMo! celebrated the grand opening of its new State Street location last Friday.
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Stores Plan for School

As the majority of UCSB students moved in this past weekend, local stores geared up for Gauchos looking for dorm and apartment necessities.
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Festival Downsizes to Stay Afloat

West Beach Music and Arts Festival will reappear near the scenic Santa Barbara beachfront from September 24-25.
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iParty

Every year, hundreds of people are arrested and cited for alcohol-related offenses that could have been easily avoided.
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Police Blotter

Burglars struck nearly three-dozen Isla Vista residences in the month of July, often entering through unlocked doors to take computers and other electronic devices.
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Santa Barbara Celebrates Fiesta

Today marks the first day of the Old Spanish Days Fiesta, Santa Barbara’s five-day festival that commemorates the city’s Spanish heritage.
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SB County Proposes Sales Tax Hike to Fund New Jail

The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted yesterday to place a measure on county ballots this November which would raise county sales taxes by a half-cent.
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Dudley Wins Office, Lynn Loses Position

The recent elections are over and the Board of Supervisors officially appointed Joyce Dudley to the position of Santa Barbara County District Attorney yesterday morning.
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Local Suspect Could Face Death Penalty in Stabbing Case

Santa Barbara resident Adrian Robles will appear in court today for allegedly stabbing UCSB alumnus and former Daily Nexus photographer Robert Burke Simpson.
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