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Police Issue Debris Flow Evacuation Warnings for Areas of SB City, Goleta

During the storm, individuals should avoid going out and stay off the roads. 
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BREAKING: Classes Cancelled For Rest of Week Due to Cave Fire, Campus To Remain Open

Classes will resume on Dec. 2, after Thanksgiving break. 
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Cave Fire Grows to 4,100 Acres, UCSB Emphasizes No Threat To Campus

Classes for the remainder of the week were cancelled at 10:44 a.m. on Tuesday in an email sent by Chancellor Yang, but the fire “poses no threat to our campus,” with no evacuations planned.
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Painted Cave Fire Poses “No Immediate Threat” to Campus, Officials Say

Campus officials are “closely monitoring the situation” and are in touch with local safety officials, according to the email. 
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37 Days Later, Stranded Boat Removed from Coal Oil Point

The boat, owned by a 27-year-old Northern California resident, ran aground on Oct. 5.
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Over 40 Former Tenants Sued Isla Vista Luxury Living Over Security Deposit Disputes — and Won

The plaintiffs received $13,785 back in money initially put into security deposits and $1,200 in “bad faith” charges.
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Green New Deal Forum Proposes Climate Change Solutions for Santa Barbara

The evening centered around the importance of community collaboration to achieve a Green New Deal suited to the Central Coast.
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Galoustian Files Motion In Court Requesting UCPD Internal Documents, Alleging Violation of Due Process In His Arrest and Investigation

Judge James E. Herman will hear the motion during the afternoon proceedings of the Santa Barbara County Court, which begin at 1:30 p.m.
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CSD General Manager, Prominent Isla Vista Democrat Jonathan Abboud To Enter California Assembly Race

At 27, Abboud is by far the youngest candidate to announce his candidacy for the seat.
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U.S. Government Sues SoCal Edison For Allegedly Sparking Rey Fire

Listed in the suit is Southern California Edison, an electrical services company; Frontier Communications, a telecommunications company; and Utility Tree Service, a tree trimming company. 
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A Look Inside the History of “The Most Unique Local Government in California”

As it approaches nearly three years since that November election, the district has begun to land on its feet following a rocky first few years. 
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“A Community Effort”: Diana Collins Puente Selected as First I.V. Community Center Director

The center will have a soft opening in October with a grand opening in either January or February 2020.
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Second Aggravated Assault Occurs in Nearby Area, Suspect at Large

As of Tuesday evening, the suspect in the two assaults has not been apprehended. 
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“Power Is Found In The Community”: Santa Barbara Gathers at Vigil for Mass Shootings

Over fifty members of the Santa Barbara community convened downtown last Monday evening to mourn those who were killed in the mass shootings in Dayton, El Paso and Gilroy.
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In Photos | Santa Barbara Mourns Victims of Gilroy, El Paso and Dayton Mass Shootings

On Monday, Santa Barbara County residents gathered in eastside Santa Barbara to mourn the lives lost in the three mass shootings that happened last week.
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