County Renews Brown as CEO

Despite an ongoing lawsuit regarding his alleged employee abuse, the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors voted last week to extend County CEO Mike Brown's contract until 2011.
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Campus Survey Center Gathers Locals’ Opinions

Querying issues ranging from life satisfaction to immigration laws, UCSB researchers found out what area residents really think during its annual telephone survey.
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Bust Nails Alleged Drug Dealer

An Isla Vista resident suspected of dealing heroin was arrested last week after a search of his Abrego Road apartment revealed a stockpile of the opiate and the necessary tools to peddle it on the str...
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Cypress Tree Falls on Three Visitors Touring UCSB Campus

A falling tree near Campus Point hit and trapped a visiting San Diego high school student last Thursday when she was touring UCSB as a prospective college.
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Third Woman Comes Forward To Accuse Local Man Of Rape

The man who was arrested last weekend for allegedly raping two women after injecting them with Ketamine, Steven Neff, is now being accused of a third rape.
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District Attorney Seeks Order in Frimpong Case

District Attorney Mary Barron surprised the courtroom during Eric Frimpong's hearing yesterday by requesting a restraining order against second-year UCSB student Pat Monahan.
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Goleta Eatery Closes Due To Fire Damages

Kahuna Grill, a Goleta restaurant popular with UCSB students and community members, suffered damage in a fire that broke out early yesterday morning.
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Editor Hired As Storke Publications Director

Former executive editor of the Santa Barbara News-Press Jerry Roberts has been selected to fill the role of publications director for the Daily Nexus and La Cumbre Yearbook. After a six-month process ...
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UCSB, Intel Partner for Hybrid Laser

A collaboration between UCSB and Intel has yielded the world's first hybrid silicon laser, an advance in computer technology which has the potential to boost data transfer rates far beyond anything cu...
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UC Briefs: January 3, 2005

Abercrombie & Fitch (A&F), one of the nation's largest clothing retailers, settled a $40 million race and discrimination class action lawsuit Nov. 16 with lawyers working on behalf of 16 named plainti...
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UCPD Detains Former Student

The University of California Police Dept. arrested a 19-year-old UCSB student April 4 for unlawfully entering the campus.
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David Attias Faces Four Counts of Murder, Four Counts of Manslaughter

Attias is being charged with four counts of murder, four counts of vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and five counts of felony driving under the influence with injuries.
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