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Anxiety Still Lingers for Fire Victims

Researchers at UCSB have found that the the Jesusita Fire from more than a year ago and its counterparts also took a toll on the mental health of local residents.
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Agencies Made to Give Up Funds for State Budget

The City of Goleta’s redevelopment agency gave $811,609 to the state last week in order to help mend California’s depleted budget.
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Firefighters Quell String of Small Blazes

Over the past two days, local fire departments responded to three wind-fueled fires.
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Weekend Crime Wrap-Up

Aside from the normal amount of alcohol-related crimes, the Isla Vista Foot Patrol dealt with an unusually high number of thefts this weekend. Isla Vista Foot Patrol Deputy Freddy Padilla said most of...
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Health Bill Reforms To Help Recent Graduates

Local Congresswoman Lois Capps and the Obama administration are working with insurance companies on a health care provision that would extend coverage for young adults.
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Drive-In To Reopen for Summer

After 19 years of disuse, the Santa Barbara Drive-In — located just minutes from campus — will burst back into life Friday night with the premier of "Iron Man 2."
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Police Release Murder Suspect

Authorities dropped charges against the main suspect in the murder of a local man and former UCSB student at Hendry’s beach, arresting another man in his place.
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Weekend Crime Wrap-Up

Local authorities responded to six burglaries and a medical emergency during the weekend, in addition to arresting a group of residents for counterfeiting money.
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Police Jail Three for Homicide

Authorities have arrested three people in connection with the murder of UCSB alum Robert Burke Simpson.
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Park Event Rewards Talented I.V. Rollers

Over 150 UCSB students and out-of-towners flocked to Anisq' Oyo' Park this Saturday to let the good times -- and the joints -- roll at the sixth annual Joint Rolling Competition.
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Weekend Wrap-Up

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol handled a deluge of Floatopia-related crime this weekend, responding to thefts, medical emergencies and alcohol violations.
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County Blockades Beach Access

Local law enforcement, county officials and a small crowd of students met at I.V. Theater last night for a public forum regarding the county's plans to stop Floatopia.
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County Blockades Beach Access

Local law enforcement, county officials and a small crowd of students met at I.V. Theater last night for a public forum regarding the county's plans to stop Floatopia.
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U.S. Census Tallies Transients

Santa Barbara County recently worked alongside the federal Census Bureau to conduct a count of the local homeless population for the 2010 Census.
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Ecological Event Praises

Film director James Cameron will be hailed as an environmental hero at Santa Barbara’s 40th Earth Day Festival. The Community Environmental Council’s award recognizes environmental advocac...
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