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Sexual Assault Report Card Stuck in Limbo

A project to track sexual assault in Isla Vista hasn’t gotten off the ground in nine months, even after a high-ranking university official referred to it as “in progress.”
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Police Search for Attempted Burglary Suspects in Isla Vista

Three male suspects attempted to burglarize an Isla Vista residence on Sunday morning, breaking into the home and later fleeing the scene, the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Office reported Wednesday.
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Program for Students in Recovery Expands to Meet Diverse Community Needs

Gauchos for Recovery (GFR), which provides free recovery support for substance addiction and other addictive behaviors, recently expanded to meet increasing demand for its services and soaring attenda...
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

Learn about the goings-on in Isla Vista this week.
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Naloxone Used in 9 Overdose Cases in SB County, 5 in I.V. Since April ’17

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office has administered Narcan, an opioid overdose treatment, nine times since the start of its Naloxone Program in April 2017, five of which occurred in Isla Vista.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

On Tuesday, Feb. 13, The Women’s Center is hosting a guided art class and an evening of self-care from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the UCSB SRB Multipurpose Room.
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New Report Calls 2014 I.V. Mass Murderer An “Alt-Right Killer”

Investigations into Rodger’s internet posting history, along with his manifesto and the videos he uploaded to YouTube, led the SPLC to designate Rodger as a member of the alternative right.
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New Lieutenant to Head Up Isla Vista Foot Patrol

The Isla Vista Foot Patrol (IVFP) is now led by a new station lieutenant, who took over the position this week after the departure of Lt. Ruben Cintron.
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Beaches Still Closed Due to Mud Runoff

Santa Barbara beaches have been closed for three weeks as the county continues to find high levels of contaminants in the water, according to the SBCPHD.
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IVYP Welcomes New Director After Three Month Search Process

After a rigorous three-month process of vetting over 70 candidates, the Isla Vista Youth Projects (IVYP) has selected Lori Lander Goodman as the organization’s new executive director.
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iV Menus Owner’s Preliminary Hearing Setting Scheduled for Feb. 15

iV Menus owner Patrick Galoustian’s preliminary hearing setting was postponed to Feb. 15, a superior court judge ruled Thursday.
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Vista Point: Weekly Goings-On in Isla Vista

The UCSB Associated Students Commission on Student Well Being is hosting high intensity interval training classes on Monday, Jan. 29, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. H.I.I.T. classes generally involve a c...
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I.V. Homeless Population Weathers Fire and Rain

The hazardous smoke of December’s Thomas Fire didn’t spare Isla Vista, as air quality dipped to unhealthy levels and forced residents to strap on N95 respirator masks while outdoors.
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High Insurance Costs Prevent El Elotero from Selling on Campus

Local street vendor Hijinio Camacho, El Elotero, will not be returning to the UC Santa Barbara campus to sell his famous elotes during Winter Quarter because he cannot afford the high insurance costs ...
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Vista Point

The goings-on in Isla Vista this week.
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