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Santa Barbara's sister-city in Dingle, Ireland announced their dolphin mascot has gone missing after 37 years.
A collection of documents released by the National Transportation Safety Board points out lithium-ion batteries and a lack of fire training on the Conception boat fire that killed 34 people.
Two new restaurants, "SALTY at the Beach" and "CHOMP on the Rocks," plan to open soon at the Santa Barbara Harbor.
The beauty industry is arguably one of the hardest-hit industries during the COVID-19 pandemic, but one local spa owner is pivoting to offer safe relaxation and pampering when we need it most.
The Santa Barbara City Council voted unanimously to restructure its budget for the next fiscal year that includes removing $2 million for the new police station.
The Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors held a hearing on racial equity and the county's criminal justice system on Wednesday due to protests and discussions supported by local residents.
The Santa Barbara City Council unanimously decided to take steps to meet the demands set forth by the local Black Lives Matter chapter after hearing over three hours of public comment.
Local high school students organized a rally and march against police brutality with thousands of attendees to deliver a set of demands to the Santa Barbara Unified School District
[Update]: Local restaurant Sambo's plans to change its name and rebrand following calls to boycott for its racist name.
Nearly sixty community members held Santa Barbara Mayor Cathy Murillo accountable during public comment Tuesday for her refusal to kneel with protestors and listen to Black Lives Matter activists ar a recent protest.
Local protestors joined the nationwide movement to protest police brutality and injustice at the Santa Barbara Courthouse on Sunday afternoon.
Santa Barbara County Supervisor Gregg Hart discussed the financial constraints of reopening businesses on Governor Newsom's framework.
The University of California sent out a mass email last week directing university staff to stop donating medical supplies to local hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic.